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I mod the 40k, militaryporn, and military communities. Ask away if you have any questions on a community.

I also run the hobby and nerd interest website scratch-that.org.

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You wouldn’t download an anti-piracy message.

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In TOS Kirk really leans into not interfering with the “healthy” development of a civilization. If it isn’t healthy in his judgement, he interferes. So, essentially when it comes to Kirk if it offends his sensibilities he assumes free reign change it while paying lip service to the idea of non-intervention.

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I just get teased by my computer guy because I still use WinZip. Apparently that’s now considered “retro”.
Ow my dignity.

setsneedtofeed ,
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Apparently 7-Zip. I’ve never felt bother enough by WinZip to stay en vogue with the times I guess.

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Because it’s a Jaws reference and she’s in a shark toy, you see.

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Inevitably there will be more cat in the shark.

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  • setsneedtofeed ,
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    The hurdle is content. Lemmy has an overflow of politics and mindless memes, but it needs to have more content beyond that to attract people in.

    Everyone who wants Lemmy to succeed should give redditors a reason to stay by posting in some of the smaller and more niche communities.

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    Probably Duke Nukem 3D, introduced by way of my uncle’s at the time high end computer.

    I’d seen arcade games and things, but an actual interactive 3D world I could walk around in was wild. It was also a much bloodier and more “adult” game than anything I’d seen before.

    Later that year, 1997, I got a Nintendo 64 for Christmas along with Goldeneye and StarFox64. Those two games became mainstays for me at home.

    setsneedtofeed OP ,
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    The orange one accidentally locks herself in the closet on a regular basis.

    setsneedtofeed ,
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    Unexpected to see updates on this game.

    setsneedtofeed ,
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    Unexpected, yet entirely on brand to do the opposite of what he says.

    setsneedtofeed ,
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    Last panel needs dark blue shirt guy looking in through the window.

    setsneedtofeed ,
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    Kojima isn’t JJ Abrams.

    Abrams writes mystery box stories where everything hinges on resolving the box and ends up with an ultimately lackluster resolution.

    Kojima stories are confusing webs within webs throughout. They exist on theme and vibe, while being simultaneously incredibly well researched, intentionally absurd, and with ill advised choices that surely mean something when they were made.

    Kojima is the Richard Kelly of video games.

    https://lemmy.world/pictrs/image/483f1a3a-d778-4918-819c-182befab7452.jpeg

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  • setsneedtofeed ,
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    This is an easy question to get people riled up into a frenzy. So many great games have terrible parts of their communities. I’d say there isn’t a fandom out there of anything that doesn’t have its bad parts.

    Hyperfocusing and magnifying that part of a fandom just gives it more of a social footprint though. That’s a sad thing when the game (or whatever) is really good. Somebody who thinks of themselves as a “good” part of the fandom should spend the time and energy showcasing the good things about what they like, and focusing on the better fans. Let the worst parts of a fandom fall into obscurity.

    setsneedtofeed ,
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    It’s really nice to have videos do it automatically though. I don’t even think about it anymore.

    Ferrari F333E Lizard, an attempt to join the defence industry by Ferrari engineering in 1986 [472x328] (files.catbox.moe)

    Original description: Ferrari F333E Lizard, an attempt to join the defense industry by Ferrari engineering in 1986. Could be configured for many different roles and could be armed with recoilless rifles, ATGM’s, machine gun’s and even flamethrowers. It was able to reach speeds of up to 120km/h....

    setsneedtofeed , (edited )
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    “Drone” is a wide term. Expand thinking from just off-the-shelf quadcopters and start thinking purpose designed long range remote planes.

    The attack was supposedly carried out with the UKR Beaver, which is said to have a 1000km range.

    Beaver drone info.

    Article that the attack used a Beaver drone.

    setsneedtofeed , (edited )
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    While that’s a quite exciting spy story, it appears the attacks were done with long range drones.

    The attack was supposedly carried out with the UKR Beaver, which is said to have a 1000km range.

    This model was already used in attacks in Russia in 2023, so it is not untested.

    Beaver drone info.

    Article that the attack used a Beaver drone.

    setsneedtofeed ,
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    It is being reported to be a UKR Beaver, which is indeed a purpose built long range model.

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