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Cake day: Nov. 16, 2021


Ich bin kurz vor 2500 Stunden Spielzeit in CS:GO. :D Warframe wollte ich auch zocken, aber habs nicht unter Arch Linux zum laufen bekommen.

I don’t want to start a debate here and you are free to believe whatever you want. I am not saying I am right, this is - as stated - just my personal belief and opinion. Maybe you are right, but you should be careful to not be indoctrinated into a certain mindset. Try to keep an open mind at all times and don’t give in to confirmation bias, while creating an echo chamber around you. It is always important to hear people thinking differently than you.

Stardew Valley has gotten me through some dark times in my life, where I didn’t even want to leave my bed. Minecraft and Stardew Valley are my comfort games.

Age of Mythology and Quake are awesome. We played Quake III Arena on every LAN ever, even to this day.

If you like Factorio you should definitely check out Mindustry. Its open source and you can download a free version, or buy it for 5$ on steam.

I remember playing the San Andreas multiplayer mod (SA:MP) with my best buddy back in the day. Even ran my own little server. Simpler times.

Warning: Inscryption spoilers ahead.


I felt sad for Leshy at the end.

I have watched Vinny (Vinesauce) play Hylics. I loved the artstyle and how weird it was.

I’ve never heard of The Dark Mod. I will definitely check that out.

In my opinion it is very unrealistic that “real” communism will ever work, because of how humans are and behave. Unfortunately I think capitalism is currently the only answer if you desire a high standard of living.

The Stanley Parable blew my mind back when it was first released. I remember watching tons of other people play it after I had finished it. I also enjoyed Antichamber alot.

Great list. Thanks for reminding me about Binding of Isaac. I really enjoy rogue-likes, yet I still have not played that game.

It obviously isn’t the greatest for standard of living. But it certainly is in soft and hard power towards the world (closely followed by china). Honestly though, as a german, I would much rather be controlled and spied on by the United States than China.

In no particular order. Feel free to post yours. :)

Is switching to a tiling WM worth it?
I am currently using KDE and it works fine for me. I don't want to spend days configuring a tiling WM. Is there a TWM that works well out of the box?