sanataseva

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sanataseva, (edited )

No you're right, it's mostly stereotypes that don't have any real world importance. From my intermediate POV, it comes down to GNOME being a resource hog which the 1337 H4X0Rz don't like. But with most modern systems having more than enough resources to spare, you're not likely to notice unless you're the sort to always have one eye on the system monitor pegged to your desktop. It's an argument for the sake of an argument. I use KDE btw.

sanataseva,

Absolutely not. It was sold to a third party with nebulous privacy policy among other annoyances. Get you some Bleachbit.

sanataseva,

I agree with the general sentiment here that please don't, but, if you must, I think it would be cool to practice in secret until you get really, really fucking good at it, then just switch over all at once. Preferably with a large audience. Just be giving a presentation at work and go from Liverpool to Indianapolis, mid-sentence.

What are some of your favorite music from Movies, TV, Video games, Anime/Cartoons?

I was about to just ask “What are some of your favorite music?” but then I realized some of you are gonna start naming those popular celebrity-singer songs which isn’t what I’m looking for. Because I find that songs that are part of other forms of media such as Movies and TV shows are really some of the highest of...

sanataseva, (edited )

Ho boy, this could have been long. But here's just a few TV tracks:

"Junk" by Jane Air, from The Boys. Sounds like 1999-2000 rap rock with punk, but I can't understand most of it and it fucking STOMPS.

"White Widow" by Afterhours, from Mr. Robot. Just good hard rock with some tension that fit the scene well. There's the original Italian version out there as well.

"Something for your M.I.N.D." by Superorganism, from Legion. I absolutely hated the direction this show went beyond the first season, and I only watched the last season on some (bad) advice. This song had a trippy backdoor music video in one of the last episodes, which was easily the highlight. Lo-fi electropop with half-sung, half-spoken goofy (good) lyrics.

"The Box" by Fad Gadget, from The Americans. Paranoid as fuck 80s electropop. It has this blaring melody that will get into your head. The Americans has a reputation for its musical cues, and this was probably my favorite.

sanataseva,

there are furries here, and they will find you

sanataseva,

that's just someone's cat. give pats or leave alone

sanataseva,

I'm still using Relay because on its best day Kbin/lemmy still doesn't have the content, but, when it stops working completely, I'm done with reddit.

sanataseva,

when you play a Nickelback record backwards, you hear satanic messages. worse, when you play it forwards, you hear Nickelback.

QAnon leader dies in Rochester after dirt bike accident (www.postbulletin.com)

Michael Protzman, a modern-day Pied Piper and leader of a QAnon cult who led thousands of people into believing a bizarre conspiracy that former president John F. Kennedy and his son John F. Kennedy, Jr., are still alive, has died in Rochester, according to the alternative news outlet VICE News.

Marjorie Taylor Greene has reportedly been booted from the House Freedom Caucus after calling Lauren Boebert a 'bitch' (www.businessinsider.com)

Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has reportedly been removed from the conservative House Freedom Caucus after a series of disagreements, including calling her colleague Rep. Lauren Boebert a “bitch” on the House floor....

sanataseva,

jesus christ, we really got elected officials acting like the goddamn Prom committee choosing a theme. This isn't a congress, this is high school in the Valley.

sanataseva,

It's been 30 seconds and I already want the orange flower to stfu

sanataseva,

performative lunatic performs lunacy. everyone looks, some later discover their wallets are missing. another day in kleptocratic America

sanataseva,

Nice shot man. Except that's Filter, not Fuel. Sheesh, you really need to work on your 90s B-acts knowledge.

sanataseva,

MusicBrainz won't help, because every rip will have enough variance to thwart digital identification. Also, the song lengths will be off because your beginning and end times will differ from CD rips, and this will compound until you're significantly off course by the end. I'll be happy if someone posts a better method, but I'm still using Audacity and setting manual track labels.

sanataseva,

holy shit, so that's what happened to Limp Puddle of Hoobastank

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