Some asshole's snarky "let me google that for you" response to a question someone once asked on Reddit is now the top search result for that query. Guess how I learned that.

Nice work, dickhead.

@mike I seem to get a result like that EVERY TIME.

a lot of sore losers at the start of new tv show 'for all mankind'

find someone who loves you as much as jaycar catalogues love home security cameras

What idiot designed the Euro coins? Not individually, but as a set. They're all too similar to each other.

The notes are p cool tho.

i don't plan to get a dog but i can't imagine naming it anything other than mister peanut butter

The four turtles at the top of this fountain represent important Italian Renaissance artists: Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo, and Raphael.

Singapore is technologically advanced in so many ways, but is still heavily reliant on cash.

i have downloaded half of netflix to my phone, my library to my kindle, and just discovered a great new show on in-flight entertainment. i have no reason to buy internet access but did anyway to share this exciting day with you fine folks. be well.

also for the novelty

@ben_hr I gave that to my programmer colleague as a secret santa present.

I prefer 16:9ish aspect ratios even at the movies - it's just a comfortable width and I can see the whole screen. I know people love wider pictures at the cinema, though, and it can be an artistic choice or whatever. Cool, great, enjoy. At the cinema!

Why the fuck are shows made for TV and never shown in cinemas being produced at super-wide ratios? I know they will fit some phones nicely, but surely no director wants to optimise for a tiny phone screen?

Is it just snobbery? Do directors just associate 16:9 with lesser-quality work? I'd wish they'd get over it because cropping like this shits me.

It's Greenland. What could it cost, ten dollars?

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