In the ideal technolibertarian world, being unable to start your car in an emergency is just normal.

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I just finished a play-through of Okami and now I'm sad that it's over. :(

I'm back to using a flip-phone for the time being. My only qualm is that it does not support Signal.

I work for a governmental agency that supplies food stamps, and I am eligible for food stamps. 🇺🇸

I've finally cleared out enough space in my garage to place the solder station.

Now I get to whiff lead fumes away from the living room.

Still alive, just distracted with life matters.

Currently prodding my brain with arbitrary programming exercises.

I've been fooling around with the 1040STfm, joined with one Yamaha PSR-41 via . My living room is cluttered with cables and wall-warts, but sacrifices must be made for fun.

I call this little tune Haulin' Oats: my.mixtape.moe/blnzhs.mp4

The music software used was Dr. T's Tiger Cub.

I would be into purchasing game consoles if their manufacturers weren't so openly hostile to user modifications.

Got drunk, now it's 0330 and half of the apartment has shampooed carpets.

Finally, a silicon sealant brand that really speaks to me personally.

I'm currently looking for an editor for my science fiction book about the dangers or proprietary software. It's heavily influenced by free software and its culture.

Here's a link to the Reddit thread, since there's too much information for a single toot.

old.reddit.com/r/HireAnEditor/

If you're interested or know anyone, feel free to get in touch.

I finally got my VCR to output Hi-Fi surround with my receiver amp.

Time to watch Boyz n' the Hood

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