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Welcome to the 21st century, where everything beeps, blinks, and tells you when there's an error, yet not a damn system can fix itself.

I've looked up punk Internet radio stations, and there's a decent number located in Germany. Any insight into this, @Venn?

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You know you're heading down a strange route when you pass a sign that says "Dangerous curves ahead", and then you pass a voluptuous woman who winks at you from the side of the road. That way probably has terrible country music and crazy ex-husbands.

Looks like it's starting to rain outside. While my car will be rinsed, I would also like the rain to wax and polish my car. That would be a very lucrative business for mother nature.

Here's another video where I say product information in an announcer voice.

This time, it's The Complete Guide to Monty Python.

@dielan Thank you for making an inspirational bot. It's quite lively, and, uh, is a Master of the Universe.

Finding a job can be nerve racking. Even when I get a call from the interviewer, I must remember what to say. While they do want to know about the value I bring to the company, I don't think they want to hear about my journey of making hardware do funny stuff.

@gdroid NewPipe takes way too long to start the video. Also the subscribed channels I have are fine. But it would be nice if I had an option to have something like a "video suggestions" section. Then again, YouTube or NewPipe would have to get to know me just to suggest similar content.

Can't tell whether I'm getting older. My old man falls asleep watching sports. I fall asleep while watching Brutal .

I notice that people (or just young people) use the word "university" rather than "college" to describe a place of higher learning. I wonder if this has a connection to the increased cost of tuition over the past 20 years.

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Here's another video of me saying product information in an announcer voice.

This time, a Kinderjoy Bueno bar.

I hear fewer people using units with items. For instance, a coffee shop may advertise a free coffee. Though how big is the container of the coffee? 2 fl. oz.? 100 ml? You have to specify these things.

Another video where I say product information in an announcer voice.

This time, the Pillow Pad.

About damn time someone tried solve the problem of access to science papers (although the method of giving access to them is a bit sketchy).

RT @yogthos: Reminder that Alexandra Elbakyan is a fucking hero theverge.com/2018/2/8/16985666

For the longest time, I've wanted to see the sources for the Bash left-square bracket ("[") program. Whenever I try looking it up, though, I seem to get generic "Bash" results with my search engine of choice.

Here's another video of me saying product information in an announcer voice.

This time, it's Chap Stick.

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