You probably already have some of these sitting around but having extras of these simple items is always a good thing. Plus they take little space. Foil and cling wrap have hundreds of uses. Wooden matches are sometimes better than a bic lighter.
So as I was finishing up my dinner my boyfriend was putting away what I assumed was his leftovers. He was doing this in the opposite corner of the kitchen so I couldn’t quite see what it was. He took out the plastic cling wrap to which I immediately said ‘use a container instead please!’. He ignored me and began to tear off the piece. So I repeated my request. He turned around and said ‘ok’, got a pretty large container, and started pouring his leftover beer in it while looking me dead in the face. I found this pretty funny so I started giggling. He went upstairs still kind of annoyed and we currently have a container filled with beer sitting in the fridge. Nice.
Hi everyone, a lot of you have sent me messages about Cling Wrap not being compatible with the latest Tinfoil release.
For those who are unaware;
Tinfoil cannot be used on Switch Consoles that are running Kosmos or DeapSea sigpatches, using these results in the red screen saying Kosmos has been detected or something like that, and asks you to delete the offending files. The way that it checks for this, is by detecting the presence of certain folders on the SD Card.
This software simply renames those folders so you can launch Tinfoil, which I have dubbed "Wrapping". It is VERY IMPORTANT to "Unwrap" (rename the folders to their original state) using the software once you are finished in Tinfoil, otherwise you may have problems booting.
In the event that this happens, and you forget to unwrap, the fix is simply to manually rename the folders on your SD Card back to
/atmosphere/kips/ where applicable.
Please leave feedback below, I didn't actually get a chance to test the latest release, so hopefully it has all gone to plan.
This was a quick, dirty solution, so it is not nearly as robust as I would like it to be. In the future, I will allow the user to enter the string that gets used for renaming the folders, but for now, a quick workaround will do.
Download them from either of the links above, or below;
Sorry if this is too controversial with Elliot's news.
I come from a community where some of my friends aren't...the most inclusive, as inclusive as I am at least. Yeah, I was in the MRM before this, and while I refuse to be ashamed of my attempts at steering discourse in a productive progressive direction, I've never fully fit in with either camp and the egalitarian (similar enough to us, though still more sexist) and tradcon/antifeminist split was too much in the end. So my exposure to trans as well as queer/NB identities is still limited, at least too limited for my own satisfaction. In terms of theory the most I've done is read Judith Butler's *Gender Trouble*. Egalitarian MRAs correctly identify that a lot of TERF ideology has misandry as much as misogyny as it heart, and tradcons, obviously are...kinda openly transphobic, lol.
I sense that at the heart of transphobia is a sense that there is some sacred order about the 'male/female' 'masculine/feminine' gender binary. This precedes and supersedes any ignorance to or refusal to accept the science that sex=/= gender imo.Some of these friends regard it as a conspiracy. It's also a sacredness that appears to be held not just by the Religious Right. I'm not sure what's going on. Maybe it just takes time for people to adjust to new concepts, but we don't have much time to protect people whose lives are threatened by invalidation of their gender identity. What do you think? What can I do to help myself and my, well, *bigoted* friends understand?
《Change–and everything is change; nothing can be held on to–to the degree that you go with a stream, you see, you are are still, you are flowing with it. But to the degree you resist the stream, then you notice that the current is rushing past you and fighting you. So swim with it, go with it, and you’re there. You’re at rest.》
_ Alan Watts
My friend died on Wednesday night in a car accident and I don't know how to process my emotions. I have never had a healthy relationship with grief and I tend to just bury my emotions.
These past two days I have been relatively ok, probably because I had taken some antidepressants but now Im justing sitting here constantly looking for every shred of evidence that he ever existed.
Religious people don't realize how privileged they are. They get to make up fantasies of an afterlife and that they will see their loved ones again. Must be nice to deny reality like that.
Oh shit, here we go again. Every time I make a significant change to my setup (TV, AVR, ...), It's a struggle to update the harmony setup. Somehow, it seems worse every time, and this time, the tricks I thought I knew don't work anymore.
What should take 5 minutes to setup takes hours because:
I could go on, but I've listed every issue I have had in the last two days. TWO DAYS. This software is riddled with bugs, is sluggish as hell... It's been 6 years and not one single improvement. If anything, it's even worse than it was 6 years ago.
Not a single penny spent by Logitech to get a couple of devs to do something better. When you see the sometime prohibitive price of the Harmony device line, this is outrageous. The fact that there are no alternative with as much support and as good hardware really hurts. I would have left long ago if there was a viable alternative
I've played a ton of turn-based RPGs, but the only SRPG played for more than a few hours was FFT probably 15 years ago. I liked it, and I wanted to try another SRPG, so I picked up Let Us Cling Together, but I'm really intimidated by it (I'm still in Chapter 1)! I'd like to get some pointers and tips if possible.
For example, the story. I love the characters and the cutscenes so far. But there's the Warren Report which has a lot of info that I'm not sure is critical to the story. There are already so many characters and factions, which is really interesting, but also tricky to follow. Will I keep seeing the same people repeatedly, or is this going to be a swirl of complex shifting groups? I like either, but I'm afraid I won't understand everything unless I absorb the Warren Report after every 'event.' What's the best way to enjoy the story?
Another example is the shop/equipment system. There are instantly so many weapon and armor combinations and I'm having a tough time keeping everything straight - a class can have multiple types of weapons, each one with a different level requirement, and it's hard to remember who is equipped with what: I keep having to back out of the shop to go to the party screen and check each individual piece of equipment. With so many characters, who may come in and out rapidly, should I really be focusing on min-maxing each character? It's taking me a while and I don't know how valuable my efforts will be.
I'm just trying to get a grasp of the game and what I should be focusing on. Are there any 'training wheels' I can use to make things simpler? It's quite overwhelming. Any other tips would be helpful too. Thanks.