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This tablet is BREAKABLE.

Here, let me prove it to you...

Nooooooo!



Bob made his campfire too big and his marshmallow stick too short.

He SCORCHED not only the marshmallows but his sleeve as well.



@yam655

Hello.

Thanks for making the link.
Interesting sound on that album.

I would guess your next step would be to gather some ambient recordings of your own to back the improvised ballads.

Maybe a two mic setup, one close for doing voice and the other remote to get the background sound. Mixing, please, not like Fox Sports, though with "crowd" noise overtaking the voices.

Good luck with your work.
Be safe.

@_cr0_tab

Thank you for connecting.

I heck much more than I hack.

Complaining is so much easier than actually trying to solve the problem.

Keep up the good work and decide if I should be able to follow you back...your choice.

My foolishness is public by design.

Have fun.
Be safe.

olid

/ˈɒlɪd/
adjective
literary
Smelling extremely unpleasant.

Origin
Late 17th century: from Latin olidus ‘smelling’, from olere ‘to smell’.

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Olive's olid cheese is served in its own room with an airlock from a decommissioned spacecraft instead of a normal door.

@flavigula

Thanks for connecting.
Glad to see your

Keep an eye on PixelFed as a replacement for Google Photo. It's a federated photo sharing tool which is in early stages, though functional.

@pixelfed

Hope to stay in touch.

@qwerty

Thanks for connecting.

I am enjoying all the conversations these links are creating.

Do your "oldbytes" suffer from bit rot?

All my bytes are still holding together...barely.

Have fun.
Be safe.

shamus

/ˈʃeɪməs/
noun
North American
informal
A private detective.

Origin
1920s: of unknown origin.

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Aloysius is attempting to channel Sam Spade, the fictional famous shamus. He's pretty good when the clues are clearly labeled.

The future happens *because* of what we do today...

...so...

Do something today.

It will probably be best if both of these BOTTLES are kept closed.



logbook

/ˈlɒɡbʊk/
noun
1 another term for log (sense 2 of the noun)
1.1 British - another term for registration document

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This place serves me as a logbook of the words I've known at least long enough to write them down here.

Algot boosted

open source developers are almost as bad as open source users

Algot boosted

@laraby

Thank you for following.

I hope you will keep posting photos here in the Mastodon space, at least until this federation thing makes it more effective to share across tools.

Have fun.
Be safe.

Hey, Siri, would you ask Alexa what Google thinks about artificial intelligence?

Attention:

"Female asbestos workers who also used talcum powder may be suffering from Ovarian Mesothelioma."

We are ready to sue...somebody.
Please call NOW!

Aloysius has been working hard at Tin Gym for two days. He was WEAK on the 15th.

He actually isn't strong after two days, but some of his muscles have become SWOLLEN and he is very proud.



hypocrisy

/hɪˈpɒkrɪsi/
noun
mass noun
The practice of claiming to have higher standards or more noble beliefs than is the case.

Origin
Middle English: from Old French ypocrisie, via ecclesiastical Latin, from Greek hupokrisis ‘acting of a theatrical part’, from hupokrinesthai ‘play a part, pretend’, from hupo ‘under’ + krinein ‘decide, judge’.

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I generally avoid hypocrisy by lowering my standards every day.

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Sears near me is closing.

I suspect they only had sales while all those other stores were having "events" instead.

mumbo-jumbo

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