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  • It's nine in the afternoon somewhere.

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    *I now know why you cry*
  • Regular Terminator: AFFIRMATIVE.

    New, improved, Irish O'Terminator: TOP OF THE MORNING, LADS.

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    colepotera are our real masters
  • Isn't that basically the same life cycle as anglerfish?

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    Microsoft starts testing ads in the Windows 11 Start menu
  • I'm under no illusion Ubuntu is perfect. But I PAID for my Windows licenses. And if I paid, I don't want to see ads. I don't care about Win 8's penetrative pricing model or the $25 coupon. I don't care that I paid for my licenses 10+ years ago. Don't sell me ads on a product I paid for. And Windows serves up ads all the god damned time now. If there's anything good to be said about Windows 8, it's that it didn't take every opportunity to sell me an Office 365 subscription ever second breath I took. I don't actually remember the last time I saw an ad in Ubuntu, and I've been using it to varying degrees since 2011. I think we can at least agree Canonical is better than Microsoft, yeah?

    All that said, I've had thoughts of switching to plain old Debian, especially now that I'd consider myself much more experienced and comfortable in Linux. But if I were recommending a distro to a new user, I am one million percent telling them Ubuntu or Mint, depending on how they feel about the Windows UI.

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    Let's groove tonight
  • He takes offense with the word jiggles. He just dancin'.

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    pichu rule
  • My god this ball is freaking sweet.

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    Bird facts
  • Whoa whoa whoa mark that nsfw next time please

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    Wait, not like that
  • You will never regret buying a lot of extra 10mm sockets and wrenches. Bonus points if you have some spare 12s as well.

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    Wait, not like that
  • It's more accurate, it dirties fewer dishes, it's easier to scale recipes for larger or smaller batches, and it's much easier to fine tune portions. Plus, I make a very consistent coffee. I found something I like a lot, and I want it to be extremely repeatable.

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    Wait, not like that
  • I recently converted all my recipes to metric and now I dump everything in a bowl on a scale. Total game changer.

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    OK rule
  • It's making a comeback here.

    Edit: I read that as methlahoma. Because meth is making a comeback for sure.

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    The rule is still present in your time, as it was in ours
  • The funny thing about this is that they're designing it to warn of the danger, but humans always have been and always will be curious about the danger. If being dangerous and scary was enough to keep humans away, then nobody would have ever messed with fire. One day, someone will try to dig this stuff up. Maybe they'll have figured out a way to use it. Maybe not. But they will try because humans are much too smart and stupid for their own good.

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    YSK if you've built a computer and it won't boot, sometimes the issue can be resolved by taking the memory out and putting it back.
  • One time, my brother and I were building a new rig for him. After spending an hour putting the thing together, it wouldn't boot. Like, push the power switch and NOTHING happened. We called his buddy who's a real wizard with computers. His first question was, "Did you try reseating all the power connectors on the board?" And that's right when we discovered we didn't connect the power for the CPU.

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    Nickelodeon
  • All of the Angelica ones are pretty bad but the cross with Mr. Krabs takes the cake.

    I'm not going to talk about the Krumm crosses. Those are all their own levels of Hell.

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    Don't call before 9, my minutes aren't free
  • Back in that day, before everything had an app, most notifications were important

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    Don't call before 9, my minutes aren't free
  • After being pointed out that I basically nailed the window for just millennials, I realize this comment is really fucking stupid. So if you wanna waste your time.......

    I think that's a good name for kids born between 1980 and 1995. We mostly grew up with NO Internet at all but were pretty immersed in it by the end of high school. I'm young enough to have had both floppy disks and flash drives in my youth. Once my classmates and I got flash drives, that's how we shared music between each other after we got Chris to download what we wanted from Limewire lol

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  • I knew girls like this. I was friends with girls like this. I was almost girls like this. I wonder how they're doing these days.

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