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My art challenge for December is Fatvent Calendar, a body-positive drawing-a-day event focusing on human bodies with a bit of meat on them. I will draw one fat person a day, living or dead, famous or obscure, real or fictional, but always gorgeous and respected.
If you are or have been fat, are unapologetic about this and are willing to share a photo for me to draw from, please respond here and I will add you to the queue.
More info here: https://twitter.com/fatventcalendar
There needs to be a tabletop RPG called "Lawyers & Litigation" so wannabe Lionel Hutzes and pseudolaw scholars can get it out of their system without hurting anyone in the real world (and so D&D rules lawyers can have something to really sink their teeth into)
The rulebook is a thousand pages long and the entire game is arguing about the rules of the game
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If you pride yourself on playing through life on easy mode, you disgust me.
The least you can do is to make sure to do all the fucking side missions, and align yourself good.
Help the people who ask for your help.
"Computing" would take care of the business logic of today's applications, and a computing module would make a list of actions available to the system, that would handle data/files/databases.
This is somewhat related to unix's CLI utilities, but with typed commands (actions) meant for other software rather than text commands meant for people.
"Interface" would be generic widgets or specialized apps that use the actions of computing modules to help people achieve their tasks.
#CrazyIdea: an operating system that separates interface, computing and data into three different domains (Kinda like a Model-View-Controller framework, but as an operating system).
Data would be a familiar filesystem, possibly with databases added as first class citizens (i.e. a database would have a location in the filesystem and a basic query interface with optional advanced interface).
As a Native American I'm still here. I am strong. I'm not a mythological fairy tale character. I will speak/write my native language when my ancestors were forbidden. I will not be stopped. I'm a descendant of survivors from the largest genocide in the world. I'm a generational curse breaker. I refuse 2 be white washed. I refuse 2 celebrate Thanksgiving, 4th of July, or Columbus Day. I refuse 2 be apart of organized religion. I will 4ever defend tribal sovereignty, treaties, & natural resources.
Ugh. It seems I have to draw more tiles. My current method of making the paving tiles change base-color (grass or dirt "background") based on the surrounding tiles, lead to stack explosions (actually " too much recursion" errors, but that doesn't sound as cool. Tail call optimizations would have fixed that issue, although it would probably just shift it to an endless loop instead).
I should probably just write a program to draw the tiles from composable parts for me.