Monday, March 16, 2020
Feel like this is important to this sub
Submitted March 16, 2020 at 07:38PM by LordEldritch
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Cleaning out the office when a save icon appears
Submitted March 16, 2020 at 02:14PM by Mojo1094
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#geek - #How to build a cheap cord-cutting DVR using Raspberry Pi - The $35 Raspberry Pi is the most cost-efficient way to roll your own DVR.
How to build a cheap cord-cutting DVR using Raspberry Pi - The $35 Raspberry Pi is the most cost-efficient way to roll your own DVR.
Submitted March 16, 2020 at 12:52PM by Philo1927
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(I also posted this somewhere else) I'm just being curious here. I am "child-like" and "nerdy" (I use quotes because labeling can be annoying, but anyway...) I enjoy playing a fashion app where I dress up a model, I enjoy rewatching things I did when I was a kid, board games/other games and crafts are fun to me...I am also pushing 30. Now, I don't believe anything is wrong with me doing/liking these things, but there's sometimes this thought "Am I too old?" I try to fight this because I feel as tho there isn't anything wrong with liking what you want and being a "fun" adult. But adults now are different from before, and before, adults let the simple fact of their age or title as an adult define them, and some people turn their nose up to people like me. So, I want to know ya'll opinions. Should you let age define you? Should you not read Harry Potter because you're 45 and a parent? Should you stop cosplaying because you'r 33? Should you not get excited about fairs and carnivals because you are 29?
Submitted March 16, 2020 at 12:16PM by lapsrrodgers
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#geek - #The Andromeda galaxy is headed toward our Milky Way galaxy at 110 km every second. Credit: NASA/ESA/STScI/physicsJ [Xpost from r/cosmicporn]
The Andromeda galaxy is headed toward our Milky Way galaxy at 110 km every second. Credit: NASA/ESA/STScI/physicsJ [Xpost from r/cosmicporn]
Submitted March 16, 2020 at 12:56AM by tismuma
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