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cdd: << Not the kind of attitude I intended to portray. No, I do not have daddy issues.
dulapbot: Logged on 2021-11-15 20:30:23 vex: meanwhile in testnet, cdd, who is your daddy and what does he do?
dulapbot: Logged on 2021-11-15 20:30:55 vex: pls don't say nfi, coz 19 years ago....
vex: no fucking idea, also bbl is be back later
vex: this is generally considered common knowedge
vex: all i'm saying is I hope you know your daddy coz I was pretty prolific in oz 19 years ago
vex: it's a small space
cdd: << I don't text people much, spend most my time jacked in with a keyboard so shortcuts are unnecessary, I'll keep that in mind.
dulapbot: Logged on 2021-11-16 02:43:38 vex: this is generally considered common knowedge
dulapbot: Logged on 2021-11-16 02:51:38 vex: all i'm saying is I hope you know your daddy coz I was pretty prolific in oz 19 years ago
cdd: Legitimately confused at what you're trying to infer.
shinohai: buenas dias cdd
cdd: 'morn shinohai
shinohai: $ticker btc usd
busybot: Current BTC price in USD: $60427.19
cdd: << We'll see just how small when the census results are published.
dulapbot: Logged on 2021-11-16 02:53:52 vex: it's a small space
shinohai: << if anyone tuned in gets this working, lemme know. the mode code is broken but u dont need that where *were* going anyway
dulapbot: Logged on 2021-11-14 11:53:11 asciilifeform: meanwhile, in misc. finds : a quite compact cl ircd, possibly usable as a pestron frontend.
jonsykkel: 14:55 < jonsykkel> if anyone else using irssi:
asciilifeform: jonsykkel: ty!
thimbronion: A suggestion for a possible debugging technique for those who are not able to peer: create a separate net with only yourselves. much less noisy.
thimbronion: Obvs. if you're both behind a nat, one of you will need to know their ephemeral port first.
BingoBoingo: cdd Have you ever seen Kindergarten Cop, the classic film?
whaack: << cool. what exactly are you doing though? Linking to a view-txn call? I want to update the api eventually but don't want to break anything already being used
dulapbot: Logged on 2021-11-15 00:01:08 signpost: also, added a link to whaack's explorer for txn info
signpost: whaack: nah do w/e makes sense, and I'll fix my literally one line with a URL in it
signpost: I'm just linking to the page that comes up when you search for a txn
signpost: bahahaha cdd for fuck's sake, relax
signpost: life's short, have a chuckle now and then.
signpost: btw "crtdaydream" is a way cooler handle than cdd
signpost been meaning to ebay himself a trinitron sometime
whaack: signpost: sounds good. atm i don't plan to change the link address, just the format of the output, so you likely won't even have to do that 1 line change
whaack: for anyone who may be interseted: i took a cortisone shot yesterday in both hands, and unfortunately today i have mild/no symptom relief
signpost: hm, that sucks
whaack: it possibly needs a few days to kick in, but the success stories i've heard from people always mentioned how it worked immediately on application or at most 1 day after
signpost: ever been checked for allergies? might have a source of inflammation of some kind
signpost: I'm about to start the round of shots to alleviate mine, allergic to just about every damned plant in texas
signpost: amusingly, allergic to just about none of those in new england
signpost: (where family hails from)
whaack: i have seasonal allergies , cat allergies, and i recall i had a bad soy allergy when i was younger
whaack: and yup, in CR luckily the seasonal allergies are very mild / non existant, the seasonal allergies mostly affected me in spring/fall in nyc
signpost: I'm going to do the food allergy thing next, bad heartburn that seems food-specific.
signpost blessed with the genes for celiacs, which wouldn't shock me if they're actually the genes for e.g. glyphosate issues
signpost: re: soy they put that in damned everything these days.
signpost: my wife does an awesome job sourcing actual food for us, at ever-greater cost.
signpost likes to joke that she thickened up my beard doing so, but probably just getting old
punkman: whaack: did you try any diet/supplement interventions yet?
signpost also points out that black market weed is often covered in pesticide.
whaack: punkman: yes, i was taking vitamin b supplements for a while, i take collagen and tumeric regularly, and i tried eating an 'anti-inflammation' diet for 2 weeks, which primarily consisted of no meat or dairy products, no sugar (besides that coming rom fruit smoothies) , no caffine, and lots of 'leafy greens' as iirc trinque pointed out
whaack: i also almost entirely gave up drinking, bar a glass of wine now and then, and have picked up/revived a ganja habit
signpost gave up pot until living in a legal jurisdiction
punkman: I used to have 2-4 day incidents of carpal pain in early twenties, had to avoid writing/typing. was really worried then that it'd get worse. Perhaps some combination of overuse and bad diet, but never really looked into it.
punkman: can't remember last time I had one of those, maybe once a year tops
punkman: 2 weeks for new diet, seems kinda short though
signpost: iirc the anti-inflammatory diet is measured in months
punkman: no meat or dairy also sounds like a bad idea
whaack: punkman: thanks for the tips and link, i'll take a look and consider increasing the diet timeline
punkman: lots of interesting articles on that website
punkman: might also want to search at Google scholar for ideas
punkman: if the doctors aren't helping, no other choice
punkman: excessive anxiety about the issue also won't be helping, gotta work on that too
signpost: yeah, holding oneself tensely really fucks with bloodflow.
signpost in years past thought the weed was helping mellow out, definitely did not.
signpost: not that I have any moral aversion, shit's fun. just builds up in you with too much of a habit.
punkman: I remember getting quite depressed by the carpal pain
signpost: punkman: yep, when my left hand was going numb I figured it'd be career-ending.
signpost: anyway I figure whaack has a brain, just sharing perspective.
signpost: incidentally punkman I'll get the ticker checked out, but my history of heartburn suggests it was probably that.
signpost: my body's favorite reaction to the unfamiliar is hives, boiling gut, etc
signpost at least mends quickly when his immune system has something real to chew on.
punkman: not uncommon for folks to confuse bad case of heartburn with heart attack even
thimbronion: was able to fix my hearburn issues by cutting out tobacco, caffeine, and getting a bed that can incline.
signpost: if I give up coffee they're going to send me the mormon underwear
signpost: interesting re: bed though; I apparently snore like hell so that might solve two problems
thimbronion: signpost: I can have like 1 cup a week. I could have more but then it would snowball.
signpost drinks one per day, has a pour-over ritual
thimbronion: glorious
punkman: I got a bunch of niacin (B3) and melatonin today. wanted to have at hand in case of chinese flu, but gonna try it daily for a bit, see if it improves anything.
punkman: had to order regular niacin from EU, was impossible to find the regular niacin locally. could only get no-flush, extended-release and such
jonsykkel: re: "Must be the first/second/third command", ftr irssi seems to send in order PASS,NICK,USER
signpost: it's doubtful specifying the order here gains much
signpost: probably enough to say that when all three are provided, the pest node and irc frontend proceed to the connected state
jonsykkel: would think so, dunno if some specific reason why that in spek
signpost: sensible thing to specify if not trying to avoid rebuilding clients at this juncture.
signpost: (but in that case, we'd just make connecting a single step)
jonsykkel: inded
verisimilitude: I've been doing better lately, due to my new keyboard, but I'm still having some relatively minor issues. I believe taking vitamins and exercising has been helping.
verisimilitude: I still need to find a suitable voice system, preferably one I can just install from a package manager; I hate playing system administrator for software I didn't write.
verisimilitude: Anyway, here's something stupid and perhaps amusing: I will pay you cash to delete your npm module
verisimilitude: ``npm's culture presents a major problem for global software security.''
verisimilitude: I loathe this attitude of ``Your problem is magically my problem, so fix it now!''.
verisimilitude: The article is satire, but the first sentence isn't.
verisimilitude: I be not the only one here drinking six or eight cups of coffee each day, right?
verisimilitude: A cup for me is roughly the imperial cup measurement unit.
bonechewer: I expect asciilifeform will be too disgusted by the segshit'ism to do more than flame this, but I thought a from-scratch reimplementation of bitcoind in C might be newsworthy, even if only as an organ donor for useful coad
verisimilitude: I didn't investigate that at all, so tell me if there be a catch to it or not, bonechewer.
bonechewer: *shrug* I'm far from an expert on bitcoin, so not really qualified to have an opinion. But anytime I see a plain C version of a bloated C++ mess, I applaud.
shinohai: << but this thing builds and if ya need a lightweight way to do enemy txn this is a nice thing
dulapbot: Logged on 2021-11-16 17:39:56 bonechewer: I expect asciilifeform will be too disgusted by the segshit'ism to do more than flame this, but I thought a from-scratch reimplementation of bitcoind in C might be newsworthy, even if only as an organ donor for useful coad
dulapbot: Logged on 2021-11-16 10:33:50 BingoBoingo: cdd Have you ever seen Kindergarten Cop, the classic film?
crtdaydreams: I get it now, gee I've stale humor.
crtdaydreams: Sorry vex, pulling the stick out my arse in 3... 2... 1...
crtdaydreams: << Is there a way I can change that on the WoT?
dulapbot: Logged on 2021-11-16 11:46:29 signpost: btw "crtdaydream" is a way cooler handle than cdd
crtdaydreams: signpost: there's also a reason for being cdd, it's short enough to be a unix command. "cdd -v" etc. Perhaps I could make a website on that premise, a bit like
crtdaydreams: ...or a shell util of some sorts, what it would do is beyond me though.
crtdaydreams: Could be a fun demo project, some ascii art and chiptune.
crtdaydreams: What in the ever living fuck is this.
asciilifeform was out getting keyz to new pad, looks like coupla km of log, lol, to eat
asciilifeform deadly tired, will answr things tomorrow.
signpost: congrats on new fort
signpost: crtdaydreams either you like, doesn't matter to me. just sign a message to that effect if you want to change it.
signpost: just thought the name was neat.
signpost notices a profound sense of "something died recently" in the younger generation, gives me some hope.
signpost: had a huge chuckle the first time I saw girls walking down the street dressed like my mother in the 90s.
crtdaydreams: << Not sure what you mean by that, could you elaborate please?
dulapbot: Logged on 2021-11-16 22:33:25 signpost: notices a profound sense of "something died recently" in the younger generation, gives me some hope.
signpost: crtdaydreams: there's a lot of 90s nostalgia in the kids that were born after 2000
signpost: and 80s
signpost: and I was drawing a parallel with that and your "crtdaydreams"
dulapbot: Logged on 2021-11-16 11:47:13 signpost: been meaning to ebay himself a trinitron sometime
dulapbot: Logged on 2021-09-09 22:45:45 asciilifeform: meanwhile, in sads, asciilifeform dusts off priceless 'trinitron', and picture wobbles. no known cure.
asciilifeform: ( lcr meter for the innocent. )
signpost: yeah got one of those kicking around
signpost: sounds like possibly more pain than it's worth
asciilifeform: depends, naturally, on how badly you want the perfect msdos eden.
asciilifeform sadly not had time to even contemplate
crtdaydreams: signpost: part of that 90s nostalgia is that I grew up with a CRT despite being of the post-millennium generation in a 1st world country.
crtdaydreams: Having learned the history of hackerdom and personal-computing in it's infancy, I must admit that there is a silent wish that I were born into the days of the C64 and low-level low-complexity technology.
signpost: reasonable and healthy perspective imo
crtdaydreams: Then again, should that've been the case I wouldn't be here reminiscing over a past that I never experienced.
crtdaydreams: I would not have learned of lisp, and it's related technologies.
crtdaydreams: signpost: What sort of PC did you grow up with?
signpost: vaguely recall some packard bell thing, might've been a relative's. spent most of my young years on a "compaq presario" running win95
signpost: booted into DOS for various games
signpost: whoops
signpost: later a neighbor gifted me a cobbled together tower and I put slackware on it
crtdaydreams: Neat. I think for a coupla years I was on 95/98 then went to XP for most of my younger years.
crtdaydreams: I had this HP tower at home, when I went over to my grandmas my uncle (who was living there at the time) had a dell laptop that I would play games on whenever I went over.
crtdaydreams: I pretty wasted away my childhood on video games and eventually yewtoob vidya.
crtdaydreams: s/pretty/pretty much/
crtdaydreams: I think that was most of my generation actually.
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