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Hey, everyone. Check out this awesome portrait I got from a resident of SpinDizzy MUCK:

From copying we are born, through copying we learn, and in being copied we are remembered.

As of yesterday afternoon, we have one very persistent cicada under our windows. Poor lonely bug. Good thing we live on sixth floor though.

"Meet me in the middle," the unjust man says.

You step forward, he steps back.

"Meet me in the middle," the unjust man says...

Tiny brain: cars

Expanding brain: electric cars

Galaxy brain: no cars

Ah, the time of day when America is still asleep and Europe is trying not to melt into a puddle of goo.

This may sound obvious to many, but it's so easy to forget: evolution hasn't stopped just because we invented agriculture. If anything, modern humans are likely best adapted to life on a farm and a bread-based diet.

tech knowledge PSA 

"Irreplaceable works of art. Chunks of land. Words written in a book. There are lots of things humans value more than human life."

Law Enforcement 

[FACEBOOK, YOUTUBE, AND TWITTER]: "Listen, we can't be held--" *takes down a video for using a popular song per a major label request* "--responsible for our users' content, we're--" *takes down unauthorized use of a clip of a TV show* "--not publishers, we're a platform for communication--" *takes down a streaming movie for copyright infringement* "--we can't be expected to take action every time someone uses our service--" *works with the police to provide info on its users* "--for nefarious purposes..."

ive been riding public transit in this city for the better part of a decade now. union station downtown used to be a ghost town. now it is packed 24/7. why? because the city has massively developed its transit infrastructure.

this is a perfect illustration of the fact that when it comes to infrastructure, demand follows supply. if something is useful, people will use it more. a lack of people using public transit isnt an argument for not investing in it - its an argument for investing more

Furries rejoice! Turns out catfoxes (or foxcats?) are a thing, and they live in Corsica, of all places:

saying "x isnt complicated" when somebody is having trouble with x is never helpful and pretty much never true. you just got used to it.

Let me be clear.

Saying devs shouldnโ€™t make any ethical decisions concerning software is a cowardly decision, which enables hate, abuse and harassment to continue.

Youโ€™re not a centrist or being logical.

Youโ€™re giving space for hate to flourish.

When you have trouble finding people around you because maybe you're socially awkward or different, the internet is a great way to find friends that live 5,000+ miles away that you'll probably never meet and will fall in love with.

"a brick quarry"? Is that like a spaghetti plantation?

A convenient gender-neutral way to address a group of people is โ€œfoolish mortalsโ€

A discussion of trends in Wikipedia contributors and the consequences of its policy changes:

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This instance is focused around the furry community, and is open to anyone interested in it. It was created by @Tiwy57 originally for a small group of furry friends, but thought it might as well be open to all fluffies and scalies ! If you like meow, consider donating something via paypal or Liberapay