This brief quip is brought to you by my distaste for the nitrous-infused soda released by Pepsi. I bought a can, despite not having access to a no-sugar variant, because I figured I would at least give it a try. Let’s just say that both myself and a housemate could conjure up ideas of things […]
Xial talks about an in-house streaming machine for their already purchased content.
Bloody act like it. This starts a rant about Cost Plus World Market, and many other websites that requests your email address, but uses some archaic, distressingly not-updated method of determining if the email address might or might not be valid. As you can see, this post happens to be sitting on a domain, lick.blue; […]
Xial laments and rambles about the growth of the local pharmaceutical desert in their area.
Just a short one, this time. I’m learning how to drive a manual transmission car, by way of being blessed with one recently. I’m doing reasonably well with the concept, and with further thought, I think that if I ever need to buy another car and it’s not all electric, I could buy a stick […]
Well… I’m starting to ponder a change of hosting. In theory, I could move most of my stuff to my recently configured Scaleway Stardust instance, as I’m using it to learn Caddy. Caddy has been extra easy, thus far, though I am not sure how I would handle the equivalent of Apache’s mod_rewrite rules, which […]
Xial comes back to the tale of living homelessly in the past.
The one thing that gets me about open source projects is that while many of them are becoming simpler, others are turning up the complication factor beyond a comfortable level. Maybe this time… MAYBE… Maybe Lick the Blue Things will announce its presence on the Fediverse. Also on: brid.gy
In which Xial talks a fair bit about the past, of loss and homelessness.
Who the fuck are you to tell me to just “not worry” about a separate discount card that my medical practice suggested I use for a new medicine? Sure, it might “only” save me $15 on this refill, which you might think is inconsequential, but to me, that was also the cost of NEXT month’s […]