Moonside

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Moonside wrote

It's especially tragic when you consider that there was never a rule banning dogs from playing baseball.

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Moonside wrote

Tbh it's true that there are/were scolding social justice oriented people who were what the term originally referred to before it got taken up by the right wing, the current bΓͺte noire of critical race theory is like an order of magnitude more removed from reality.

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Moonside wrote

I used that today and woah

Wordle 214 3/6

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My personal record!

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Moonside wrote

I resent how the pandemic finally made QR-codes into a Real Thing, real Milhouse is Forced Meme situation.

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Moonside wrote

You know what? As a kiddo in Finland, my family (and our immediate neighbors) were one of the few to see Cartoon Network at all so I have childhood nostalgia not generally shared with my fellow countrypeeps. After CN stopped airing (and we children should have been in bed), the channel occasionally aired sumo wrestling which was so cool. Everything's better when it's bigger.

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Moonside wrote

The royal family is such that I am in favor of its abolition in principle and in practice I'd rather treat them like they were already gone.

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Moonside wrote

Reading Danish is so weird from Swedish as a second language perspect

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Moonside wrote

People say that the problem with the contemporary internet is that the truth is paywalled and lies are free. True to an extent, but problem with contemporary googling is that answers are on Discord and the rest is Pinterest.

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Moonside wrote

If it in the billions territory, it will absolutely have fallout for the less well off and the scammees include like farmers in Africa. Also I appreciate reading about clueless millionaires and consider it a social good that they get written about.

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Moonside wrote

I just love how my brain, on some subconscious level, totally buys that this is one episode in a real old stop motion animation series.