He slayed the dragon.
The princess cried for days.
She loved that dragon.”
i actually cannot believe that there are people attacking queer sherlock fans for being queer
like do you not realise that the programme is co-created by an openly gay married man who works directly with lgbt+ organisations who was highly influence by the private life of sherlock holmes in which he deems holmes to be in love with watson and that the programme literally would not exist without the input of queer people
it’s been a while
a sexuality?? in THIS economy???
We’re heading for Nome on the @iditarod trail! #iditarod
Of all the things I expected, I never expected this. What a great thing to wake up to.
I have only been using Linux for half a year and I’m not sure I’d be able to handle any other distro right now. Within the past few days I’ve been playing around with Arch that I installed to a 16gig flash drive to use at school but I’ve been surviving on the online documentation. Is this a more worthy distro?
How about Bedrock Linux? Is that unstable enough? I’ve been looking around for something else to play with and that caught my attention. Or are you more a fan of Slackware because it still somehow exists even though it’s ~15 years old? Is Gentoo your distro? Do you dislike precompiled binaries? Or are you just a user of a 14.04 *buntu?
One of the first things I noticed about Arch was that it did not come with X, which isn’t really a problem, but after trying to write a theme switching script, I realized that Arch was already on the Python3-by-default bandwagon. I really do appreciate that, but I was less prepared than I would like to admit. I feel that I may not be destined to use python because I like to write things myself instead of using the standard library.
While I’m thinking about it, what DE or WM do you use if any? What would you deem worthy of use? Is Wayland with Weston your idea of a good time? Do you use the Binary Space Partitioning Window Manager with X? Or are you a fan of the Mir development builds with Unity? Do you prefer tiling or floating?
How do you use your workspaces? Do you have a workspace dedicated to each program or do you pile everything onto the same screen?
Tell me what to do to satisfy your Linux standards. Do you want me to use yum, pacman, apt-get, or manual installations? I want to know.
What was even the point of calling him names though like uh excuse the fuck out of you but he can like whatever be wants and as long as he’s not hurting anybody„„„ which he isn’t…if you’re truly that frightened of somebody who likes to use an OS you don’t then I’m sorry because your life must really difficult. I bet you have to hide from people all day.
Being a furry has nothing to do with loving Elementary OS and honestly that’s the most pathetic reason to call someone names I’ve ever heard of.
"talk dirty to me"