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They should make a Mixed Reality version of where I think I'm in a whimsical world, but really I'm just doing chores around the house.

Look at Mars! The only people who live on Mars are robots, and yet they get twice as many moons as we do?

How does that even make sense? What good are moons to a robot?

Those should be our moons.

Our solar system has 184 moons, why is only ONE of them orbiting Earth?

This is what NASA should be doing : Capturing those 183 wasted moons, and bringing them here where we can enjoy them.

Why do we bother teaching babies to crawl?
They're never going to use that when they grow up!

Not common knowledge apparently.

I think the history of salad could be summarized as centuries of people in temperate climates struggling to avoid admitting that our plants don't actually taste very good.

Long term, there's no more effective time-management technique than procrastination.

It may be too late for America to reverse course and avoid apocalypse, but what if we just nudge it sideways from its current course, and towards a 90s b-movie cyberpunk apocalypse?

At least then we'd have a cool apocalypse!

You want to strictly schedule this sort of stuff ahead of time.

I think Bethesda has put themselves on an uphill path if Fallout76 is really a online survival game.

The survival game fad has definitely come and gone, and even if they're frantically changing it to a Fortnite clone, they're going to be late to that party too, unless they literally launch it during e3.

I hope they're also working on a New Vegas -style spin-off, because if they're not, they're leaving money on the table.

So now Fallout is getting a prequel?

Prequels are a disease that attacks aging media franchises.

A "Change your password every month" policy is a good sign your IT department is full of olds who haven't been paying attention since 1998.

"The river? Uh, yeah, It's right over there. Do you white people not know what a river looks like?"

Twitter should use this same wording for the new follower notification.

Whoever decided that LED flashlights should have a "blink" mode is an enemy of humanity.

It's funny how companies that make things like smart light-bulbs are going out of business because they can't spy on Europeans anymore.

I'm glad I live in USA, where honest, hardworking light-bulb companies can spy on whoever they want without government meddling!