#introduction It's ya boi Bytemoth back at it again with some outdated magick and old K6 PCs. I've been procrastinating on an open-source sci-fan universe for the past 9 years, and a website about it for 6; Stopped working on them to run some Tumblr RP blogs for a while.
I'm very asocial, so there won't be much interaction from me unless I think I can add something useful/helpful.
uspol, ranty, long
your government has failed to keep you safe.
they have neglected the systems meant to care for the populace, raided them wholesale to the benefit of big business and billionaires.
they did not suddenly gain enlightenment and decide to pivot to being good and moral due to this crisis.
they want nothing more nor less than a return to how things were mere months ago, when they were spending less time trying to make concessions to you and more time restricting your freedoms and abusing your resilience.
please for the love of all of us stop giving them any benefit of the doubt.
stop giving them blessing to continue putting all of us in harm's way at every turn.
start demanding better from the world we share.
it doesn't have to be like this. it has never had to be like this.
A nice piece about RSS feeds:
covid, guess it’s a subtoot
this virus is not a reaction from earth to global warming or whatever lmfao and imo it’s dangerous to go down this line of thinking. The rich people that destroyed the planet are going to weather this just fine. It’s mostly going to ruin the lives of people who are just trying to get by (case in point: I’m unemployed now lmfao)
If you're ever feeling down, just remember that somewhere in the world, you're someone's fursona's humansona!
But *don't* remember that that person's fursona probably also draws really weird pictures of you and posts them online.
uspol, covid19, Teen Vogue
The Coronavirus Pandemic Is a Reminder the Rich and Powerful Won't Save Us
In this op-ed, politics editor Lucy Diavolo examines a slew of news reports about how the rich and powerful are behaving amid the coronavirus pandemic, arguing it’s a lesson on the nature of class war.
@MoMartin Reminded me of this meme that nearly transcends language.
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