2K? More like No-K because

You ever just look at Steam and wan-die? See a new sale then click it and go “heck”? People don’t know what words mean and it makes me wan-die. Friendly reminder that a Classic” is something that can stand a test of time and an Essential” is something that is ACTUALLY GOOD, I think. What annoys you about life? Like, comment, and subscribe for more space pants.

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die

death is dark and also it is very noisy
i died and it was very black so blakc u die again for a second time but also you can hear a lot of things and it is not quiet like ppeople say
there are the sounds of dead people moving around because you can still hear througb your ears like when u were’nt dead
but also it is colours but not colours that you can see it is colours that you can hear

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University REEEEEE what is Essex challenge I want to die why are they making me do this this is a bad idea this was not thought through in the slightest and they expect first years to attempt the Turing challenge with no previous experience of programming I want to die

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Do you ever see something 5hat makes you want to die a little bit? Well that’s how I felt today when I connected to my Linux server on my phone after a meal at Pizza Hut.

I noticed an issue with my Discord bot and decided to login to my server on my phone, and was greeted with a horrific perversion of the my zsh Powerline prompt.

Powerline is an application primarily for UNIX-based operating systems to decorate text interfaces such as vim and terminal prompts. Powrline bars use a special Unicode character to create pointed sections, but alas my Powerline-patched version of Ubuntu Mono has been poorly patched, resulting in the slightly off-centre arrow pictured below.

Off-centre arrow symbol

Unsurprisingly, this has caused me a great deal of discomfort, and I am now in the process of looking for a replacement font, will report back if/when my search concludes.