I don't quite get Ami Yamato's thing in general. I think she's generally a slice of life vlogger who happens to be CG. But this week she's playing around with Star Trek.
DS9, Trans Julian
I like the idea of Julian being trans involving the enhancements that his parents had done to him, until I get to the part where that seems to imply his parents assigned him his masculinity after birth because they didn't want a daughter and he just leaned into it.
Less problematic is the whole "Julian wasn't kidding when he listed himself as a potential candidate to transplant Keiko's baby into". That's just clever. I hope.
There's talk of a five week general shutdown, which I would welcome if I could still have the things I need or the money and means to get them. But then I think about how "getting them" means either delivery or going to grocery stores, and if either of those essential industries are still running, then so would my retail shipping store, so I'll still be out working.
I think Steven Moffat just came back to write for Doctor Who before RTD.
Non-essential trips does not include going to work. Mail and shipping are considered an essential service and we'll be staying open even if the city shuts down.
The chair is because we had to throw away my pretty nice desk chair due to suspected infestation three weeks ago.
Also remembered too late to go out that I still have a comic book the store pulled for me a month ago that I still haven't gone to buy.
My last day off for wedding stuff but everybody's gone home and my wife has to work checklist:
✔️ Deposit wedding gift check
✔️ Get gas
✔️ Get marriage license recorded
✔️ Return overdue movie to library
❌ Pick up holds at library (all branches closed for two weeks)
✔️ Check at post office for lost package (not there, but I already got a refund)
✔️ Read comic book that was about to come due before library closure
✔️ Respond to census as a married household
✔️ Buy cheap folding chair for desk
What I installed SubtitleEdit for: had an upward trend in professional requests for transcription for titling purposes and SRT tweaks and I wanted get something easier to use than Aegisub, which was the one the office I had interned at recommended.
What I actually use SubtitleEdit for: things that my wife and I want to watch are often unavailable in Spanish on streams or library DVDs, so I have to download a rip and either source & resync ESP subs or use SE's autotranslate on an ENG track.
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There's a billboard I drive past a lot lately that's just a website called What's After ATX. With no context, I thought it was about planning career moves out of Austin, ahead of the curve as the city's still growing rapidly.
I got an online ad from the campaign and I clicked on it. Turns out it's about Near Death Experiences. Why does a website about NDEs have an advertising budget? Why are they specific to this city?
Look, I’ve seen a lot of great ideas for Reed Richards casting, but your boy-next-door Reeds and your cold, hard Reeds are both wrong.
I want someone with “I meant to come to dinner but I had 50 ideas” energy.
Honestly kinda this guy.
I can't recall offhand if Deanna could sense Lore's emotions, but I do remember her sensing something in Data when Lore was feeding him anger and hate and stuff. And she could sense Lal when she started spontaneously having emotions. And it would've been very suspicious if Juliana was a blank.
But when Soji, the most human Soong-Type ever, more deep cover than Juliana, shows up on Nepenthe, Deanna immediately knows she's Synth because she can't read her.
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