bunnies

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bunnies wrote

I found myself in a similar situation a while back. After reading some reviews, I decided to buy a new PS4 controller, and I'm pretty happy with it. Feels very solid, good d-pad, you can use a micro-usb cord (not included) or bluetooth (if the computer supports it). Getting it to work in Linux was as easy as plugging it in.

As for downsides, the micro-usb connection doesn't feel quite as robust as one would like for a controller imo, compared to just having the cord sticking out or maybe an usb-c port. But I doubt it will become a problem in practice.

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bunnies wrote

Nice comment!

And not to get all nostalgic and weird and shit, but I have enjoyed reading your posts and comments over the years :-)

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bunnies wrote

The world's first Secure and Trustless Decentralized Ponzi scheme

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bunnies wrote

Better quality version with goodbye's

Nu kan vi ikke flere    |    We don't know any more [songs] now
tak for i aften         |    thank you for tonight

He sure chose an epitaph, jesus christ...

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bunnies wrote

We believed that we would "stay with it". We would never become our parents, we would always "get it". We thrived in the weirdest corners of early 2000s internet, nothing could phase us.

Everything changed when the fire nation attacked.

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bunnies wrote

I was curious enough that I decided to check it myself. Here are the total counts of punctuation marks in the plain project gutenberg text: https://i.imgur.com/EEblCqU.png

The em dash was represented as two characters (--) so I didn't include it (would have been like 5 minutes more of work), sorry hoppet.

Wasn't really as extreme as I thought, but the semicolon/period ratio does seem to be higher than in all the other analyzed books. The period/comma ratio is also quite interesting to compare.

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bunnies wrote

Cool! I'd like to see how Jane Eyre compares: Charlotte Brontë and semicolons, name a more iconic duo.

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bunnies wrote

I am far from a fashion person, but when it comes to men's clothes for $200, here's what I would do:

$100: A nice pair of skinny jeans, with fairly thick fabric. The ones with thin, stretchy fabric will feel great, but they tear quickly. In my experience, you can just walk into a shop with jeans, tell them what you're looking for, and they will set you up.

$30: An ok dress shirt, to wear tucked into the jeans for nicer occasions. You won't get the great stuff at this price point unfortunately, so look for sales. The important thing here is that you feel comfortable wearing it, but if you're not that into dress shirts you might need to convince yourself.

$40: 2-4 t-shirts, with a shape and print that you like

$30: A nice sweater

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bunnies wrote

Ardour has the weirdest business model. It's free software but you can pay for binaries, and I'm pretty sure that they're trying to keep the build process as difficult and annoying as possible on purpose.