[-] Crackhappy@lemmy.world 1 points 3 hours ago

Some people don't wipe at all. Bidet gang represent!

[-] Crackhappy@lemmy.world 2 points 3 hours ago

Your "eyes clothes" typo was so unexpected it got me good. I couldn't stop giggling for a solid minute. My partner asked me what was so funny and I gasped out "eyes clothes" and she just sighed and walked away.

[-] Crackhappy@lemmy.world 2 points 3 hours ago

Do you have a journal?

[-] Crackhappy@lemmy.world 1 points 3 hours ago

sigh Not at all surprised by this. After Suharto left, and progressives made strides, it's no surprise the political pendulum is swinging back to the conservatives again.

[-] Crackhappy@lemmy.world 1 points 4 hours ago

Was just gonna link that.

[-] Crackhappy@lemmy.world 1 points 1 day ago

I am enjoying all of your experiences. Every one of you has broadened my musical mind.

[-] Crackhappy@lemmy.world 3 points 1 day ago

Boom Blocks - Wii - top of my list. Not because it's a good game, but because my kids and I had uproarious hours spent playing it together.
Video game I have not yet figured out the name of. It came out in 1986(ish?) and it had a robot/cyborg in a kind of metroidvania level set. Macintosh.
Doom, the original. Scared the PISS out of me. Then I played it hardcore after that. Doom II came out and I set up LAN parties and opened up my nascent IT outsourcing business for those. Helldivers 2 - Honestly, I haven't actually engaged with a game this hard for decades. Senua's Sacrifice - This game helped me considerably, in understanding the people I love. Doom 2016 - What's not to like. It's perfect. Starcraft II - When it came out. Excellent weaving of story and gameplay. HI-FI Rush - Unexpected fun. Zork - I would have never expected this level of amazing story telling this many years ago.
I know I am short of 10, but I can't think of anything else.

[-] Crackhappy@lemmy.world 12 points 1 day ago

I'm typing this past my dripping lips. How did you make something so appetizing?

I demand a recipe.

[-] Crackhappy@lemmy.world 2 points 1 day ago

It was fascinating reading through your playlists, colored by your description of them.

[-] Crackhappy@lemmy.world 16 points 2 days ago

I am trying to figure out why you did this. Is it an ad hominem attack?

[-] Crackhappy@lemmy.world 16 points 2 days ago

Decided to do some fact checking on the crime claims. Oregon is in the top 10 for crime rate, while Idaho sits at 4th. If you did further into statistics, they're pretty close to equal on violent crime, while Oregon has much higher property crime and robberies.

I haven't delved into the socio economic reasons for it, the policy differences or any of the causes of the difference. I live in western Oregon and enjoy the culture and freedom here, although I also don't like the massive property crime rates. I recently moved due to property crime. Went from various crimes being perpetrated either where I lived or on my street to zero.

[-] Crackhappy@lemmy.world 5 points 2 days ago

I'm a big fan of coaster studios on YouTube: https://youtube.com/@coasterstudios?si=LpMZjwPZjNfsTkdT

Small channel with a fun way to review parks and rides with a positive attitude and wonder.

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Edit: I'm pretty sure that I made a mistake here, in that I tried to use my main credentials to sign in and transfer, but I actually bought the lifetime on a different account. The likelihood that I confused myself with my paranoia is likely high.

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I dare you.


Is it now a Hollywood tradition to make really shitty movies set in Oahu?

Don't get me wrong, I did enjoy watching this movie but holy fuck is it bad. The premise is nonsensical, the jingoism is super over the top. Is this meant to be a satire?

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Dogs run about 10 degrees hotter than humans, so do you think they regard us as the giant cold ones?

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