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  • I've had a bunch of issues that totally belong on the right side of this graph. Broke the nginx proxy trying to add a rule for a game server and can't access the arrs anymore. Subscribed to a list that had too much crap on and it downloaded everything and filled up my drives. Buggered up permissions somehow so sonarr can download the files but I have to extract it manually with ssh

  • Progress happens with every death
  • When somebody says something like that, I bring up ancient Greeks rubbing amber on cat fur to investigate static electricity. It would have been very easy 2500 years ago to complain about these idiots rubbing cats with rods while there were bigger issues to solve. It's not like they could say "hold on bro there's this sick thing called the internet and this is step 1 to invent it!". But we're all glad people like that persevered or we'd never have electricity. In fact our word for electricity comes from the greek word for amber, elektron. Learning something new about the world is always worthwhile, even if you don't know why just yet

  • What does a world without Airbnb look like?
  • I've given up on AirBnB in the last few years. When I first started, you could get great places for cheaper than hotels and it felt exciting having a house to yourself. I don't know if the novelty has worn off or if the quality has got worse, but the last few times I've used it I've regretted it. "Check-in" is never simple. Bad directions to the place. Bad communication leading to issues trying to get the key. Stupid rules like having to put bedsheets in the wash. Reviews can't be trusted. And it's not even much cheaper than hotels now.

    This doesn't go for every AirBnB, I'm sure plenty are great. But a lot of times you don't want the uncertainty.

  • Half of Britons wouldn't take a trip to the the moon, even in guaranteed safety
  • The Lady of the Lake, her arm clad in the purest shimmering samite, held aloft Excalibur from the bosom of the water, signifying by divine providence that I, Arthur, was to carry Excalibur. That is why I am your king.

  • Out of Office
  • Interesting that this is "Livin the dream". It happened at my friend's workplace and the leading theory is that he did some diddling and is escaping the repercussions. Guess it's a fine line...