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  • aiaslives 12:29 am on October 22, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: number three   

    Bartok’s Concerto 3 by H. Grimaud 

  • aiaslives 4:17 pm on October 16, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: jewtube no longer   

    Youtube Skin 


    It embeds the videos directly, so any video you watch (probably) doesn’t get views, and you get a google-free experience! Praise the developer, risking his API key.

  • aiaslives 3:46 pm on October 16, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: jack=idiot, rip titanic, TIWBE (The Ice Was Big Enough)   

    Destiny Waltz – The Sombre version 

    The version I posted a few posts ago is way better.

  • aiaslives 3:41 pm on October 16, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: only the best   

    Tchaikovsky’s First 

    He would’ve been proud to hear this version. Stanislav Ioudenitch really nails it.

    Short film on his effort:

  • aiaslives 3:33 pm on October 16, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: actual music, only good on piano   

    "Zorba's Dance" by Vestard Shimkus 

    It gets loud ~40 seconds in

  • aiaslives 11:21 pm on October 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: actually serious   


    I’m seriously looking into accelerationism now, I’m bored and don’t want to wait until 40 for SHTF.



  • aiaslives 1:27 pm on October 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply  

    Under the radar : Microsoftie gets sued by wamen for not enough gibs 


    OpenBSD it is, then.

  • aiaslives 6:48 pm on October 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply

    Don't scroll down 

    There’s a very hideous portrait of a tranny in the my third post ever here. It’s really disgusting but I don’t want to edit that post because autism

    You have been warned.

    edit, literally less than a minute later: looking at that thing again out of morbid curiosity a few seconds ago made me concieve of a complete tranny-extermination protocol, that starts with assigning them with hate crimes and then using extended minority status to outjew them and the increasing the suicide rate to 100%. That is how bad it is. The alien (or is that me?) snorting cocaine under this post doesn’t compare. At all.


  • aiaslives 6:45 pm on October 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply

    Me doing cocaine 

    (I never have.)

    Don’t do drugs, kids.

  • aiaslives 4:30 am on October 1, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: believable, fake & ghey, fun, horrifying   

    Torvalds’ letter to the community 

    From Linus Torvalds

    Date Wed, 26 Sep 2018 11:05:24 -0700

    Subject New Kernel Patch Submission Process

    I am back from my break feeling _refreshed and ready_ to focus on kernel development again. 4.19 looks like an exciting release and includes more Spectre migration work for IBM power processors and a bunch of good stuff for 64-bit ARM.

    Now that the CoC is in place our community finally knows how to act and communicate appropriately. However – I realized I have not done much to address how our development process *needs* to change.

    Starting with 4.20 all changesets will be evaluated to ensure diversity in the kernel development process. I’ve extended git to support new author metadata, including ethnicity, sex characteristics, gender identity / expression and sexual orientation. I will be sharing my work on this soon.

    Proposed kernel changesets will now be rated in IP (Inclusivity Points). Patches sent without author metadata will be rejected.

    Subsystem maintainers will be required to calculate IP for changesets before submitting them upstream. They are tallied like this:

    • ethnicity:

    – Asian or White: -2 IP

    – Hispanic / Latino: 1 IP

    – Hawaiian or Pacific Islander: 1 IP

    – Black or Other: 2 IP

    • gender identity:

    – male: -1 IP

    – female: 1 IP

    – transgender / other: 2 IP

    • sexual orientation:

    – heterosexual: -1 IP

    – homosexual / bisexual / asexual / other: 1 IP

    • technical merit: subsystem maintainer/reviewer will assign from 1-5 IP.

    [ All changesets _must_ be 5+ IP to be considered candidates for merging! ]

    With this new system we should be able to make our kernel development process more inclusive and shift our emphasis from technical excellence to more of a balanced approach with community involvement an equal priority.

    I am eager to begin work on the new release and hope the development process will be more harmonious and joyful for everyone involved.


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