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Buglamp

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what the shit windows 10

Yesterday, 11:57 AM

I upgraded to windows 10 'cause I figured I may as well before the freeness expires, but my firewall is now failing to block programs from accessing the internet.

Ableton Live is now asking me for authorization. :confused:

Also apparently the new administrator account has gone full retard and randomly can't do things, so I have to operate on a non-admin account.


Wondering if I even should've upgraded, it's mostly a bunch of unwanted features and limitations for only a bit better performance.


Poor choice of name for their little helper/search bar thing as well. Cortana? Really?

Brexit lol

24 June 2016 - 03:05 PM

My parents gave me 20k to mess around with in the stock market, what should I buy now that shit's on fire?

White hair on the side of my head :D

02 June 2016 - 09:51 PM

So I've found a few white hairs. Pulled on them and they're legit grown myself. Hoping it's not a fluke, looking forward to the look. I think it'll actually work well for me even if I'm not even close to old enough to pull off a wizard look yet.

[spoiler] Hodor

26 May 2016 - 08:40 AM

:(

Do you have male camaraderie in your life, junkie?

03 May 2016 - 01:49 AM

https://en.wikipedia...ki/Male_bonding


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In ethology and social science, male bonding is the formation of close personal relationships, and patterns of friendship or cooperation between males.

In the context of human relationships, male bonding is used to describe friendship between men, or the way in which men befriend each other. The expression is sometimes used synonymously with the word camaraderie. The first widely noticed use of the term was in Men in Groups (1969; 2004) by anthropologist Lionel Tiger.

Male bonding takes place in various locations such as gyms, locker rooms, sport fields or courts, fraternities, and barbershops. Anthropologists at Germany's University of Göttingen found out, by studies on the Barbary macaques (an ape which exhibits humanlike social behaviour) that spending more time with other males relieved their stress levels and reduced stress-related illnesses, and may do so in humans as well.

I can't say I really ever have had a good sense of this. I played sports but never really became close with my team mates - maybe 1-2 friends. Also went to summer camp and they divided us into animal named groups, but I was more popular with the girls than the guys - even those in my own group.

One year at camp I kind of screwed my chance of good relationships up because of the canoeing though(I thought ramming people with my canoe was amazing but they didn't care for it), but the year before I had no excuses.

I can sort of appreciate the whole male camaraderie thing in media where it's romanticized to some degree but I've never really been a "bro" type IRL.

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