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HI FRIENDS do you like
1. zines
2. pirates
3. movies based on theme park rides
4. existential questions


please observe this good good zine made by me and and several other humans!

"A student at Doskvol Academy publishes a treatise claiming your god is a corrupted translation of an even more ancient god." - Blades in the Dark

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My Hated Rival: An RPG for 2 players Show more

As it gets darker, I see less and less of the scenery out the window and more and more of myself. Which is a terribly poetic scenario but honestly I just wanted to watch the scenery go by.

A list of art forms ordered by the average time it takes to complete a piece

Check your watch... Show more

Some of the scenery on this train ride from Chicago to Boston was pretty dull, but now that we're into Massachusetts we're into the good shit

Joyous Winter Solstice everyone! Celebrate today by loudly making passive aggressive comments about the Sun like "The Sun? Haven't seen them around here recently" or "You know who I like? The Moon. Very reliable, the Moon, unlike some celestial bodies." Hopefully that'll guilt the sun into coming back

This mechanic is never acknowledged in any of the game's framing or fiction

A multiplayer shooter where when you die, you have to dejectedly walk back to your base and tag the far wall before you can respawn

(the answers are it doesn't work, use as many as you like, it puts the rest of the page inside your attribute, and you can put as many carriage returns as you want in an attribute values)

I'm writing my own text sanitizer, for reasons, and it's forcing to ask myself questions about HTML which I've never had to ask before.

Like: can you put spaces between < and a tag's name? How about within or between attributes? What if you open an attribute with a " and then close it with a '? What if a put a carriage return inside an id?

So now I'm reading the W3C HTML standards.

On Your Bullshit

Five morning rituals to increase productivity:

1) Face North, thrice chant "inbox zero"
2) Face South, thrice chant "bullet journal"
3) Face East, thrice chant "pomodoro"
4) Face West, thrice chant "soylent"
5) Throw your head back to the sky and roar "PRODUCTIVITY"

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a small friendly instance for gay screaming content. you don't have to be gay to scream here but it helps.