Screaming asshat video popped up as a YouTube ad on my iPad. I found the source channel / video. But apparently YouTube has no way for me to Block a channel short of Reporting it for violating ToS, which I assume it isn't.
I'm amazed I can't register a Block of a channel within YouTube itself. Chrome extensions exist for local blocking. sigh.
I even reproduced getting the ad on my laptop so I have more buttons, but the YouTube Ad Management stuff is broken.
Fuck that guy + company.
Life goals: teleporter + farm in the middle of nowhere raising sheep w/ fiber Internet somehow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9PED-2NDJY
sex worker rights
New concept to me: Selling sex: legal, buying sex: illegal. So abused workers can call the police with the power imbalance in their favor.
at 58 minutes
"Bert Kreischer with Liza Treyger to talk about twitter fights, sex, porn, gang bangs, feminism, and much more!"
DEV1: It’s been some time since I used Sublime, but it doesn’t have a test runner, auto-imports via node modules, github integration, remote node debugging, sftp, ssh, docker containers… off the top of my head.
DEV2: my editor doesn't need a terminal, I already have one of those. It doesn't need (inevitably bad) vcs integration, because I learned the git cli 10 years ago. I don't want it doing ssh or sftp and I definitely don't want it launching containers
Monk S7E13, he goes to a football game and the captain does the aggressive alpha male teasing thing with his friends and Monk tries to do it too and it goes very badly...
And I understand Monk's perspective far better than the "normal" guys. Even though my sense of humor / style of friendship often has a lot of that aggressive teasing / posturing I learned in high school in Detroit in the early 90s.
Fascinating how my brain works. And doesn't. :)
So, many of you may already know that I design board games with my cousin Marcus.
Well, we have a new game that JUST launched on Kickstarter!
What is it about, you ask?
Police procedurals I "watch" write characters out of shows between seasons all the time. The remaining cast awkwardly bumbles through some explanation of weird off-screen events. I Google and the actors contract was up and they moved on to other projects, often for more money / bigger roles.
Googling Dr. Kroger's heart attack explaining his sudden absence from S7E1of Monk: actor Stanley Kamel died of a heart attack.
Some Google results are surprisingly sad.