Facts, not blind fear, should guide our response to critical issues related to vaping. Here's a doctor dropping some actual facts: independent.co.uk/voices/juul-

The only way to keep your health is to eat what you don't want, drink what you don't like, and do what you'd rather not. -- Mark Twain

i could put my head on my desk right now and pass out until tomorrow

Toast curry actually sounds quite appropriate for a game set in a fictional Britain tbh

"Hey remember that Tokyo Mirage game no one but @trdaisuke bought? We made a switch version no one asked for"

modern computers:
šŸ˜’ take a while to boot with a boring animation
šŸ˜’ can count past 256
šŸ˜’ too many games, choice paralysis
šŸ˜’ quiet when operating

namco dig dug arcade machine from 1982:
āœ… boots in seconds and flashes random tiles and cool shit like ROM OK all over the screen while doing so
āœ… the 255th level is broken, rendering the game unplayable from then on
āœ… dig dug
āœ… plays an eight second music loop whenever you move

Next Friday will not be your lucky day. As a matter of fact, you don't have a lucky day this year.

#FreeNAS is wonderful despite this week's struggles 

Been struggling this week with FreeNAS issues caused by old and cheap USB sticks but I guess sometimes the fourth time's the charm.

This last time I just gave up on uploading the old (and possibly corrupt) config and just imported the ZFS pools. I had to remap mounted paths on the iocage jails, and I ended up deleting my old jump box which was an old warden jail and recreated it to my specifications in iocage.

The coolest part to me was just literally copying the known_hosts from the easily-accessible files from the old warden jail, plopping it in the appropriate location in the new iocage jail, redoing permissions, and voila - back in working order. Jails and the way they work are just my favorite feature.

Still stumped trying to reimplement one or two things, most of all a File History backup location for a Windows 10 box, but if nothing else I can blow it away and set up a new History share.

Overall I'm quite impressed how easy it was to get up and running on a new fresh FreeNAS install even without config. (I guess it would be more difficult if you don't remember your users and passwords, but even then it's fine to make new users and reset permissions)

today's fortune: You will be run over by a beer truck.

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