wow, por un momento me engañó y pensé que el final de #MrRobot sería un LOST-sazo! pero no! estuvo genial <3
Lo voy a extrañar :-(
¿Qué tal el guiño a Fight Club al final? eh eh? 😊
#2228 "Machine Learning Captcha"
More likely: Click on all the pictures of people who appear disloyal to [name of company or government]
Brexit has been sorted!
As the UK is incapable of leaving, a new solution has been found: EUxit.
In essence, the EU27 leave to form a new grouping called the European Alliance (EA). That means the UK stays in the EU, but is the only member. Simples!
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Four years later, and I am still using my magnetic tool holder every day https://boingboing.net/2019/10/15/four-years-later-and-i-am-sti.html https://t.co/vWxkpfMQvJ
i still lose my shit at this one every time i see it... one of my faves. @OCRbot
#AusSicherheitsgruenden @email@example.com Guten Morgen!
Knives made of human feces don't actually work, experiment finds https://boingboing.net/2019/09/23/knives-made-of-human-feces-don.html https://t.co/oPwnpwX4nU
Passing thought: nobody ever says “look at this thing Facebooker Susan Smith posted” or “check out what Twitterer Skinky Dumpawps posted”, but I constantly see “look at Redditor Throwaway477864’s insightful discussion” or “watch what Youtuber Spafford Spiderton has to say”. What makes a site wrap up it’s users’ identities that way, and is it a thing that should be generally cultivated or avoided?