why do you like jazz, hikari? that's simple. it has sax appeal. it's saxy. it's— (crowd cheers as i am yanked off-stage)
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hello i am the Vibe Decider and i have decided that today's vibe is: aggressively MIDI-sounding cover of a high-energy vocaloid song
if the purpose of a system is what it does, then the purpose of a photo on photo ID is to reassure both parties that this is a valuable item that nobody would store carelessly, and therefore it is not necessary to check the photo against the person's face, possession is enough
you have to read this article. if even half of it is true, and it's incredibly detailed, it explains a Lot (it's about how the IDF picks targets and how they have loosened the rules significantly with this conflict)
today we remember Henry Kissinger. in his case, the Norwegian Nobel Committee made the unusual decision to award him the Peace Prize anthumously, that is, before he died. unfortunately it seems that this took longer to take effect than anticipated, but well done, committee!
if this is where i fall and die
remember that i tried to fly
the hope and joy that brought me here
were worth the risk: a sky so clear
i am so over purity politics. someday maybe i should write up how i feel about it, but honestly writing political texts does not spark joy for me. i find a lot more satisfaction in writing about art, and i'll just hope that somehow, the joy promotes humanity
there's a street in my local area (broadly construed) that has a used and new musical instrument shop and, right next to it, the local office of the company behind my favourite stealth game series. i'm kinda giddy at that discovery, this combination is very my thing
wait, the climate crisis means the EU and US have suddenly started caring about industrial policy again? is the deindustrialisation era finally ending?
really says something when a piece written by (checks notes) the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy manages to sound very measured and pro-Palestinian. that's how badly the Israeli response has been going, huh. https://www.ft.com/content/e188a90d-e203-42b8-9fbb-896267d596b6