SarDeliac
SarDeliac
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Perpetual mumps or a seriously botched forceps delivery, at a guess. Could also have a chipmunk, hamster, or some other member of the gerbil/rodent genus in the family tree somewhere. Hard to rule out anything at this point.

3h
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Really enjoying how HATE and LIES have their own separate tabs; they traffic in so much of both that they have to have subsections of their own. Read more

3h
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“How we govern our state is not something that should change based on someone’s unique circumstances, like mine,” Barrett said.

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8:43 video, less than 60 seconds of actual content related to the title. Typical.

Jul 31
1

Just waiting for Bezos to step up with, “Yeah, don’t sweat it, we’ll handle the logistics.” Or just cut a check for 25% of the profit Amazon made in Q2 alone to fund USPS through 2024.

Jul 31
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Neutral: Legislation doesn’t create markets and consumer interest, so... sure, let them try? Won’t work. The US can’t even require manufacturers to hit increasing MPG targets, but I’m sure requiring them to make only BEVs instead will definitely work.

Jul 31
2

Finished The Last of Us II. Still mulling it over. Went for NewGame+, got past the intro to Jackson, put it down, turned it off, and have had zero desire to play it ever again. Not sure why. Read more

Jul 31
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If they’re talkin about a pop filter, Snowball, and a webcam, they’re streaming. Having extra adjacent screens to monitor chat, the stream, and the overlays and technical stuff while the game’s up on the main screen is extremely useful.

Jul 31
39

Exactly. This ain’t her first rodeo. It’s just the biggest ring.

Jul 31
1

For ten bucks, or 45 minutes in the driveway with a hose, they could have washed it. This is an owner that isn’t willing to put even the minimum amount of effort into addressing issues. Read more

Jul 31
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Maxwell’s much more thorough, clever, and paranoid than Epstein was. There’s a non-zero chance there are hundreds of safe deposit boxes and caches secreted all over the globe with “in case of my death, open and distribute” instructions attached to them.

Jul 31
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It definitely wouldn’t be a bad thing. It would be fascinating to watch the wreckage of the GOP try to slide in with ‘em Dixiecrat style and try to be convincing. The schisms, purity testing, and infighting would be... interesting. Read more

Jul 30
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Bezos appearing before Congress to answer questions is like you giving your manager “360 feedback”—what you ask and the answers you get may be instructive, but at the end of the day, you’re still working for them. And you both know it. Read more

Jul 30
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Come drive through the downtown connector in Atlanta and then tell me how much you love manuals. Read more

Jul 30
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If the pendulum of history is any indication, what rises from the ashes of the GOP’s conflagration is going to be a much larger coalition of Blue Dogs, which would be... interesting.

Jul 29
34

After the Parkland shooting, his aides had to give him a cheat sheet on how to act human, but he didn’t write it, clearly.

Jul 29
151

Can I just say how nice it is to read a presidential candidate’s cheat sheet that contains multisyllabic words, complete thoughts, a logical progression, and isn’t comprised of four-inch-high letters drawn with a fucking billboard-sized marker in what you know is a clenched fist with his tongue sticking out and beads Read more