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What's your secret? Flesh eating bacteria?
He was a pretty good teacher, but he's also batshit insane and smells like ferret pee.
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On chapter 5 of Fat Ernie's. It's not remotely the same as the original idea for the comic.Awesome!
It's also pulled a Little Orange II on me. I had intended a series of 2500 word short stories, and instead I'm at page 10 and still going.
In other news, I may have finally found a company to come and upgrade my computer for me, rather than me have to go to them (harder than it sounds). Assuming it all checks out tomorrow, once it's done and my current training bullshit is over, inbetween dissertation writing I'm going to start making regular videos again.
Hey PD, what do you call a blind German?I hate you.
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This thread caused me to return to the arguments against human uniqueness outlined by the illustrious Professor Trol Bearington.
I forgot all about that thread. It was hilarious.
Get a Surface? Not particularly a cheap option but they (should) run Windows 10 now which is the same OS whether it's on tablet or proper computer.
Really? Because it was my understanding that with the Windows 8 Surface tablets this was actually a lie and they actually ran something called "Windows RT"What I am hearing, here, is "I want a tablet that is also fully-functional computer but I only want to spend $150".
I don't expect that; I expect to end up with a tablet that is a very low-end computer only*
*(ie. with all feasibly removable tablet-specific things completely deleted and preferably formatted over)
So you want a tablet that has all tablet functionality deleted?
Have you considered getting one of these? https://jet.com/product/9c7fc841ce764c9ca3458c73a04fad4a?
I think I'm gonna hand the expertise on the subject of race over to the people with the most day-to-day experience with it.
Would you prefer to have a high rise building's tabs (the metal hangers that are used to hold the concrete slabs in place) inspected by a welder with 20 years experience, or an engineering professor with zero time in the field?