So I never did an #introduction but I probably should, so...
Look I have so many reservations about BLOODLINES 2 but in this one thing, at least, I am content: they're bringing back... THE DANCE.
I've discovered I have a really specific squick for pinching in fic. Like, that thing where characters will ~playfully~ pinch one another, usually on the flank, to show disapproval.
Like... is this a sibling thing? Cultural? Because I've never encountered it and honestly if someone tried to do it to me they'd be getting a fist in return.
(It might also be triggering my physical consent boundaries? Like, I have *such* a negative reaction to seeing it, when it's really not that "serious", so...)
facebook, death, big (---)
Hey y'all remember that article froma while back about how fucking awful it is to be a Facebook moderator?
Guess what? There's a Part II: https://www.theverge.com/2019/6/19/18681845/facebook-moderator-interviews-video-trauma-ptsd-cognizant-tampa
spiders, like SPIDERS don't say i didn't warn you
(Incidentally, the pre-digital historical precedent for this sort of thing also fucking sucked. Just, like. In case you were wondering: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Company_scrip )
So in my Space Demons book (that I'll totally get around to posting soon I swear), one of the little bits of side-fluff is that every galactic megacorp has its own "in-game currency", i.e. a digital token that's used on its worlds and, well...
TIL Takashi Miike directed a magical girl tokusatsu show and now I 100% need to watch it.
My poor tiefling rogue, Skaira, found out last session that not only is the party in the perfect position to piss off TWO clashing crime lords, but he also apparently has a doppleganger tied in to one of them.
Thanks to everyone waiting on art so patiently. The last couple of weeks have been super tiring and long. I promise this was just a quick stress-reliever. Updates on all outgoing work tonight!
possible application for neural net-generated landscapes: sarcasm
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