neku

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neku wrote

the third one has his eyes open a little bit. hes ecstatic

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neku wrote

sometimes posts just need a little time for themselves

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neku wrote

Is that a fucking electric recorder. Jesus christ hes really going in huh

"The EWI has a silicone mouthpiece with sensors for air pressure (sending MIDI Breath Control by default) and bite pressure (which sends vibrato, more specifically a quick pitch up-down "blip" by default)."

technology is amazing

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neku wrote

and what do you intend to do with your mandate governor srsly

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neku wrote

I think conflating surreptitiously taking videos of strangers with surveillance sort of normalises it in a way that makes me uncomfortable. Like, I don't like having security cameras everywhere, but those ostensibly are to investigate crime etc etc. These are just creepshots for zoomers

designed to fit a surveillance aesthetic

What, pray tell, is the surveillance aesthetic

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neku wrote

The laws and legal systems of the U.S. will be complicated at best to understand and follow. State and territorial laws can vary widely from one jurisdiction to another, meaning that the US actually consists of at least 54 separate legal systems with regard to any area of law not within the purview of federal law.

*wikitravel voice* shits real weird

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neku wrote

Also proof of ownership only works as long as people recognise that proof of ownership as valid. If I turned up with a deed to your house from the House Deed Printing Company you would be like "what the fuck is that? get off my property." the more the idea of nft "possession" as "ownership" is undermined, the more valueless it is. so there's financial consequences, despite being abstracted

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neku wrote

I mean sure, but the Mona Lisa has value beyond its scarcity (though its scarcity is a significant contributor to its value) because it's a historical artifact with artistic merit

NFTs are completely devoid of value independent of their scarcity. They have literally 0 artistic merit because they are basically picrew avatars pumped out by cynical bitcoin shitheads in order to drain money from morons. Without their perceived "uniqueness" they are not interesting at all. So they hate it when that putative uniqueness is undermined because it reminds them that they spent four or five figures on a jpeg of an ugly monkey

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neku wrote

i was so bummed that they got rid of this majima design for yakuza kiwami... i loved his little ponytail

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neku wrote

extremely disappointed this wasn't a link to the black mesa facility announcement robot voice saying "this user has been banned"

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neku wrote

The revolutionary group your character joins is called libertad, and the Canadian spook you encounter does make a joke about lib-tard; really the only based part of the entire game.

cringe

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neku wrote

the half life expansions are pretty good! theyre not amazing but theyre pretty good