It's great that lots of folks are coming to Mastodon, but the whole cycle of stuff that always happens when we get a new wave of users gets a little too Groundhog Day.
There's a perverse pleasure in a library book being lousy. "At least I didn't pay for this!"
Here is a large inflatable pickle.
Suppose you want to make a scale model of our galaxy using salt for the stars. First of all you will need 11,000 pounds of salt, the kind with the little tiny grains, not the chunky gourmet stuff. Next you will need a canvas, get this, the size of the North American Continent.
Stockholm, you've been great, we'll be back again.
Norway is pretty cool.
Hey, how do I mute/block an entire instance again?
I just want to become incredibly wealthy without doing any work. Is that too much to ask?
"I could agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong."
So much Duolingo.
Hey, worship whichever god floats your boat, although it seems to me Poseidon would be ideal in that particular case.
The ends justify the median.
I'm very much a descriptivist, "language does what it does, there aren't any eternal rules," person.
But people who use "blog" when they mean "post" are the spawn of Satan.
Not sure why everyone is going on about an old Fred Astaire movie.
David Byrne was terrific, BTW.
Seeing David Byrne tonight!
Is there a book focused instance?