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Please pardon my language, but...

Good riddance, motherfucker, and make sure to let the door hit your ass on the way out.

(This is the guy who ran against a triple amputee Vietnam vet, Max Cleland, mainly on the grounds that Cleland was "un-American".)

Nope, total failure. Now the parking lot is closed off, I can't find where to park, and it doesn't look like the drive-thru is open either. Just a line of people out the door, no idea where *they* parked.

Test marketing gets an A for popularity, D for logistics.

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I thought, let's go try the Fried Chicken today, and get there early. It's only been open for a half hour, and it's drizzling out, so nobody's really going to be waiting in li—


People around the block and cars for a half mile. Trying again later. 😆

Well... I hope they don't run out by the time I get there for lunch tomorrow, because I'll be there. OM NOM NOM


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I have to say, my eyes hit the photo before the headline on this one, because at this scale it looks like a close-up of some kind of dessert.

Broke: Poking fun at people in their 40s by saying jokes about how they're "so old" when in your teens and twenties

Woke: Finally understanding why those mean jokes were so damned hilarious to the 40-somethings you told them to as a youngster You really need animated stickers to obey the no animation flag in Android just like GIFs do. Some people need automated motion turned off for accessibility reasons, not just bandwidth.

So very tempted to set my primary language preference to Middle English at my doctor's office.

I should ask whether they have a time machine hidden on premises. 🤣

I've been to a bar on a motorcycle, but I do *not* ride impaired. If I haven't given enough hours for my kidneys to get a drink out of my system, it's a taxi/Lyft/Uber for me. Drinking and riding is a sure-fire recipe for disaster.

Psychedelics are back in research after decades of political paranoia because of promising applications in medicine and elsewhere. (My migraines can vouch.)

Here's a panel presentation from about psychedelics given yesterday.

1. Like, "duh?"

2. No, this was neither disclosed to users, nor was it possible to opt out.

3. Y'all trust FB while calling out Google, which says up front what it does with data, as a "privacy nightmare" (especially oblivious iPhone Siri users)? 🤦‍♂️

It does feel pretty hot out there, but not quite 140 degrees Fahrenheit.

Go home, You're drunk. 😆

I left the computer/console gaming world in the mid 1990s, just as FPS/perspective-based gameplay was on the rise, so I really haven't been significantly exposed to that.

So my gaming experience is about as separated from modern gameplay as it was from Pong.

I need to catch up.

This is something I find silly. Googlers who are complaining about treatment for expressing political opinions at work, your first mistake was EXPRESSING POLITICAL OPINIONS AT WORK.

Free speech is in the public forum, not in the workplace. When the accidental pause has just the right look and caption

Tonight/tomorrow, loud SFX in ATL dramatizing the '96 Centennial Olympic Park bombing for . It's a film so I wonder if it will even *mention* the bombing also by Eric Rudolph. We'll have to wait and see.

I know not everyone likes The Atlantic, but they are first publishers of this.

Reagan to Nixon: "...those monkeys from those African countries..."

Yeah, I already spit on Reagan's memory for his treatment of AIDS. This just adds to his bullshit legacy.

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