Seeing as I should prolly redo my #Introductions
Heres a block of the rest of my gay tags and stuff:
#FuckOffGoogle Street View <3
(You know what to do next time you see a Google car near you!)
Europe's right-to-repair movement is surging -- and winning
I've placed this "Lil Red Library" in my local thrift store. The books are all appropriate. On each I put a sticker that says "READ ME then bring me back or pass me on". I have enough stuff on hand that I should be able to keep it full for a while. And maybe I'll actually meet some Fellow Travelers in Meatspace! Squeee!
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i have a story about ancom animals in space. disconnected from their homeworld aboard a ship intended to operate for only twenty years, the crew worries about scarcity. will there be enough food? enough space? how will we face unexpected, catastrophic failures? some suggest strict rationing; others, coercive population control.
hara of the organizing syndicate declares, “utopia is not a place or a technology. it is a duty and an obligation.”
i’ve been thinking about that 🤔
"Peter Parker, also known as the popular super hero 'spiderman', is roughtly 16-17 years old, meaning he was either born in either 2001 or 2002. Contrary to popular belief, this places him firmly in the 'Gen Z' category, eather than the millennial category that many place him in. By extrapolating this information, we can conclude that Peter Parker not only knows what a furry is, but constantly has to grapple with the fact that his spider-centric identity is, in fact, his fursona. In this essay I will-"
Living on the other side of scientism.
Really bad at proofreading my toots. Covfefe
Sunbeam City is a solarpunk instance.