There's something funny to me about how modern public-facing voicemail systems are actively hostile to the caller's wishes and tell blatant lies to dissuade them, and we just take that for granted and accept it.
"Please listen to all options, as our menu has recently changed. ... We are currently experiencing higher-than-usual call volumes. You can try again later..."
Amazing! PS2 can finally boot arbitrary code thanks to a vuln in the DVD Video player: https://cturt.github.io/freedvdboot.html
"If we allow anyone to vote easily then the Democrat might win" is exactly the same bad argument as "if a platform allows any opinion to be freely expressed then evil opinions might gain support" and if you draw a distinction between them then I have my doubts that you really support free elections on principle and not just as a short-term instrument
Relying on the gambler's fallacy is also a good idea. It hasn't worked at all for a long time so it's way overdue to start working
Am I misunderstanding something critical, or is https://keys.gnupg.net actually presenting an invalid certificate?
Not every instance of forgetting something is a symptom of ADHD, geez
I make very expensive video games for drunk people.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko