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โฆบ irick ๐Ÿ๐Ÿˆโšฉ @Irick@vulpine.club

alright, i'm heading out to the planetarium again :3
it'll be a while, long drive.
Be well everyone <3

@craigmaloney
Big Woah notation is just pictures of Keanu Reeves at various points in his film career, in rough approximation of complexity.

@loki @lottie
Wait. They made an MMO of NWN?
I... wat? The entire coolness of NWN was being able to host your own campaigns! ... or at least play in the campaigns other cool people hosted >.>

@Miredly @Canageek
Synapse was pretty good, though most of the GNOME 3 based stuff built the basic functionality into the desktop shell so I haven't poked at it in a long time. GNOME 3 is pretty Aqua-y in general.

@Miredly @Canageek
No problem :)
I loved that program when I was in the OSX ecosystem!
That and quicksilver where basically my jam.

@rrix
Reverse side of pole:
"Lost DJ
Looks to be in their 20s.
Responds to 'Mix Master Ficus'
If found please keep supplied with constant bass drops."

@eladhen
That's a pretty ahistoric read. I have issue with this type of analysis. The assumption that we can derive meaningful understanding of underlying social conditions of a culture from a surface read of a single phrase is as best highly nieve. If we are not going to view terms of art as cultural constructs, with meaning dependant on the usages and norms of the community of origin, then what exactly are we claiming is their utility for ethnographic insight?

@Cyphergoat
"You would be angry at Max Stimer, but he's just so darn cool."
Damn it Engels!

@Canageek @InspectorCaracal
E.G. the noir elements are present, but the idea of frontier wondering is definitely a theme, and arguably the noir and cowboy elements crossover with their heavy use of fellow travelers to expound on the nature of existence. Where as noir, i feel, is fundamentally about highlighting the dark side of humanity that is hidden in the sprawl the cowboy genre is about exposing the fullness of that expression outside of it. Bebop does both admirably.