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  1. Comment on What games have you been playing, and what's your opinion on them? in ~games

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    I've been playing this too! I introduced my non-gamer fiancee to the Ace Attorney series a while back and it really grew on her. I had already played them all up to that point but it was fun...

    I've been playing this too! I introduced my non-gamer fiancee to the Ace Attorney series a while back and it really grew on her. I had already played them all up to that point but it was fun reliving them with her, and then when Spirit of Justice came out we got to experience it fresh together. We've done all of them except for Investigations and the Layton crossover (which I own, but she didn't like so we dropped).

    I had the same issue with you in the first case, although now I'm early in case 3 and I think it's abated a little bit. The new gimmicks (along the lines of psyche locks, mood matrix, etc) are pretty fun too, they might be my favourite of the series. And I like the characters too. So far it's my favourite AA game among the ones that don't star Phoenix.

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  2. Comment on Reddit has banned the misogynistic "Men Going Their Own Way" subreddits r/MGTOW and r/MGTOW2 in ~tech

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    Those communities existed before anyway, so I'm not any more worried than I was about them. I think even if it is as risk, the benefits of removing a dangerous or harmful community from a...
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    Also worried that chasing these communities out of mainstream platforms could force them into echo chambers that not only allow but borderline encourage hateful views, which is already what's happened with the incel community.

    Those communities existed before anyway, so I'm not any more worried than I was about them. I think even if it is as risk, the benefits of removing a dangerous or harmful community from a particular platform outweigh the risks of doing so (although the earlier the better).

    Banning the community from Reddit makes women more welcome on Reddit (and thus more likely to congregate and speak up there, preventing an echo chamber in a different way). It causes the group to lose mainstream legitimacy, and reduces the chance of "stumble-upon" recruitment of borderline men who may otherwise have found a healthier way to deal with their negative emotions. It also adds a a bit of friction for people who not fully invested to have to go to some secondary site - even a little bit of additional friction can have a huge influence on someone's behaviour, ask any UX designer.

    There's also the psychological phenomenon of the illusory truth effect: the more a person is exposed to a particular idea, the more likely they are to believe it. This is subconscious and happens to many people even when they are aware of the effect. Just seeing ideas can trick a person into believing they are credible out of familiarity. Even more, once an idea becomes entrenched in this way, even refutations can counter-intuitively strengthen a person's conviction in them (so keeping them around for the sake of arguing with them doesn't tend to be all that effective either).

    Even if I didn't think all of the above, though, I still think it is justifiable to remove them simply because they are toxic to others. Making these people welcome under the premise of disinfection by sunlight amounts to asking women to be OK with being regularly exposed to misogynistic content for the broader goal of edifying the men who hate them. With no concrete plan to de-radicalize these men and no support for these women in the meantime, it's asking for something from women on Reddit - for the sake of an idea that actually be making things worse for them, who knows - and offering precisely nothing in return.

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  3. Comment on Fitness Weekly Discussion in ~health

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    I'm feeling pretty awesome lately. I haven't lost a ton more weight or anything in the last couple weeks, although I did lose a little, but I'm feeling a big difference in my muscles from even...

    I'm feeling pretty awesome lately. I haven't lost a ton more weight or anything in the last couple weeks, although I did lose a little, but I'm feeling a big difference in my muscles from even just a month or two ago.

    I'm so close to doing a real push-up. And I can now hold a weighted plank for almost a minute when I really struggled with a normal plank early on.

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  4. Comment on What games have you been playing, and what's your opinion on them? in ~games

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    I'm playing what might be the most obscure multiplayer game I've ever played - a massively-online sandbox survival RPG called Chimeraland. It's currently in closed beta test for people in the...

    I'm playing what might be the most obscure multiplayer game I've ever played - a massively-online sandbox survival RPG called Chimeraland. It's currently in closed beta test for people in the Philippines and Canada only and I was one of the lucky five thousand. No idea why just those two countries and if anyone has any clue I'd love to hear it.

    There's almost NO information about it anywhere, I suppose because right now it's in quite a limited testing phase. I imagine they'll ramp up their advertising closer to release, which is currently scheduled for November. Right now it's only testing the mobile client, but they're also planning for a release on PC.

    That also means that playing it is interesting, because nothing about it can be looked up right now! I kind of missed that feeling from older games.

    Overall I really don't know what to think of it! It comes off as kind of a cash grab in some ways: it's got a super cluttered UI (reminds me of BDO, but on a phone), you can definitely just outright buy weapons, and takes some design elements from trashy mobile games that are designed to suck money out of you. But some other things about it are actually pretty interesting, to the point where I get frustrated with the small things that are wrong with it - plus the fact I'm not big on "action" games on mobile.

    Here's some stuff about it:

    1. It is third-person camera, and controlled with onscreen joysticks. Action combat. Aimed range attacks.
    2. It is Absolutely Very Chinese. I don't mean this in a negative way! Just that even with the very Chinese aesthetics and lore aside, you can tell it was developed in China just from similarities to other Chinese MMOs. A sort of maximalist approach, if that makes sense.
    3. It advertises itself as an MMORPG, and while it does have stats and power and skill points and so on, I'd peg it as more of a sandbox survival. There are mechanics such as temperature, energy, hunger and item degradation which seem more prominent than in a typical MMORPG.
    4. It seems to be one large shared world for everyone on the server, no instancing. There are three factions, each getting a continent: West, East, South. Each area has some unique monsters and resources, but if you travel outside of your home continent you get flagged for PVP. There is also a Central area, which is a no-man's-land where everyone is flagged for PVP.
    5. The world is actually spherical - you can circumnavigate the globe, which I think is pretty cool and I'm not sure if I've seen before. I also think you might be able to fly to space? I'm pretty sure you can land on the sun and do stuff there, although it's a bit barren right now.
    6. One of the main features of the game is the ability to build and level up your house. The house is NOT instanced - your house is out in the world, you can plop it down BASICALLY wherever you want, and you can run into other peoples' houses and other people can run into yours like if Rust just had one server. You level up your house by building things until you fill up a bar, then you need to gather materials to complete the level-up. Leveling up unlocks more available building blocks, increases your build radius, and allows you to have more services (like a loom, a forge, etc).
    7. I am pretty sure your house can be raided. I've also seen screenshots of some kind of wildfire event. This is, I suppose, their plan for scaling the non-instanced houses and dealing with abandoned places - they will degrade or get destroyed over time.
    8. Another main mechanic of the game is the pet/mount system. Pets are central part of the game, not just a side thing. You can capture just about any monster out in the wild with a "mustard crossbow." When you do this you will rarely get an egg, which you can hatch in your home, but more often you will get a "temporary" pet which you can deploy. When the temp pet is deployed, you can then have a hatched pet or mount "DEVOUR" the temp pet, which causes them to fight each other. If your pet wins, then it devours the temp pet, and your pet gets a stat boost OR takes on a quality of the devoured monster which can have associated visual changes. I have a horse right now with a glowing head because it ate a spectral deer, for instance. This is where the "Chimera" comes from.
    9. Both pets and mounts can help you in combat. Some mounts can swim or fly (again: into space???).
    10. The character creator is wild. You choose your "clan" and then within that clan there's a slider that goes from old man -> young man -> child of unidentifiable gender -> young woman -> old woman. Entirely aesthetic. Clans include humans, cow-people, fish-people, bird-people... I think there's some elements of "chimera"-ing here too, where you can through gameplay unlock features of other clans to stick onto your character (like putting a cat tail on a bull-man), but I haven't been able to do it.
    11. It's overall a "classless" system, you invest in your effectiveness with different weapons via a "constellation" skill point tree system that, again, I have no idea how it works. There are separate fighting/gathering skill points. Not sure about caps or respeccing.

    Honestly the whole thing seems like a bit of a mess, but that's not to say I'm not having fun. I feel like it's definitely going to be a Pay-to-Win thing when it releases, though, which is unfortunate because some of its systems are pretty neat. I really like the spherical map.

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  5. Comment on What games have you been playing, and what's your opinion on them? in ~games

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    I tried out the beta a bit and I felt mostly the same about it - it's fine, but I feel like I want to wait for it to become a bit more mature, the shared zones made early questing pretty hard...

    I tried out the beta a bit and I felt mostly the same about it - it's fine, but I feel like I want to wait for it to become a bit more mature, the shared zones made early questing pretty hard because of overpopulation and I found the combat a little hard to get used to. I also found the visual design a bit lacking in imagination, but the sound design was absolutely incredible.

    One thing that did encourage me to try it out was that they do offer a full refund up until full release. I will probably refund it and wait a couple months before deciding whether to go in on the game proper.

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  6. Comment on Why Koko the gorilla couldn't talk in ~science

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    I haven't watched the video, but have you seen any of the channels of people teaching their pets to communicate via button-pushes? One such example is Bunny the dog, another one is Billi the cat....

    I haven't watched the video, but have you seen any of the channels of people teaching their pets to communicate via button-pushes? One such example is Bunny the dog, another one is Billi the cat.

    Obviously we don't necessarily understand how these animals conceptualize of these buttons internally, and there's really no grammar to speak of. But there have been a few instances where it at least seems like they've created a novel combination of buttons to communicate something that isn't easily communicable with just a single press.

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  7. Comment on What have you been eating, drinking, and cooking? in ~food

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    I know what you mean about that vibe! There's a Caribbean place which is locally famous for that warm atmosphere, it's run by three generations of family with the matriarch grandma as the head...

    I know what you mean about that vibe! There's a Caribbean place which is locally famous for that warm atmosphere, it's run by three generations of family with the matriarch grandma as the head chef. A lot of the menu items are called "Mama's [whatever]" in reference to her, and the wait staff all call her "Mama" too. It's a great place.

    Apparently Snoop Dogg ate there, and of course the first time I went I ordered what he ordered, I believe it was jerk chicken wings. They were so spicy they made me cry... won't make that mistake again, haha.

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  8. Comment on What have you been eating, drinking, and cooking? in ~food

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    I've been eating an absolute tonne of eggs lately and I almost always pair them with some kind of spicy sauce. I've used regular hot sauce (various kinds), buffalo sauce, sriracha, gochujang, and...

    I've been eating an absolute tonne of eggs lately and I almost always pair them with some kind of spicy sauce. I've used regular hot sauce (various kinds), buffalo sauce, sriracha, gochujang, and sambal, but this last week I picked up some Chinese-style chili oil from a local market and I think it might be my new favourite egg topping. It's spicy and savory, without the vinegariness of hot sauce that I'm not always into. I like using the solids and there's just something so attractive about the colour, too.

    I definitely want to try and make my own now! The stuff I bought is good, but I want it to have a bit more of a kick.

    I've got a lot left. I've used it on noodles also, but if anyone else has ideas for what to use this stuff for I would be open to them.

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  9. Comment on What have you been eating, drinking, and cooking? in ~food

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    I'm also a big fan of Ethiopian food. I live in a relatively small city and I feel very lucky to have access to a nice little Ethiopian cafe. The proprietor and chef will even set up a traditional...

    I'm also a big fan of Ethiopian food. I live in a relatively small city and I feel very lucky to have access to a nice little Ethiopian cafe. The proprietor and chef will even set up a traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony for small groups and it's something I would really like to try soon.

    Before I was a vegetarian I loved injera with key wat, the oily spicy beef sauce/stew. Now I have it with spiced lentils and kale instead. It's still great!

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  10. Comment on Hi, how are you? Mental health support and discussion thread (July 2021) in ~talk

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    I'm in kind of the same boat. My partner was diagnosed with ADHD last year, and said that a lot of the stuff on the checklist applied to me as well. Thinking back, I have always struggled a lot...

    I'm in kind of the same boat. My partner was diagnosed with ADHD last year, and said that a lot of the stuff on the checklist applied to me as well. Thinking back, I have always struggled a lot with executive dysfunction. I did well on tests in school but I struggled to do homework, I would almost never turn things in.

    I am a bit surprised and a bit irritated that instead of any teacher or adult in my life thinking "this child has ADHD" I was instead punished (which I was very sensitive to) and called lazy. I cried a lot about this as a kid, I was very emotionally distraught over not being able to do my assigned work. It probably doesn't help that ADHD was mostly associated with boys at the time, although that is changing.

    I've been procrastinating on getting an appointment, partly because mental health services in my area are quite limited and partly because I don't particularly like interacting with the healthcare system in general. As much as I trust the science behind modern medicine I don't have a particularly good impression of physicians themselves and the surrounding systems.

    I've heard though that among mental disorders, ADHD is the one that responds best to chemical treatment. That's encouraging. I ought to try and get an appointment too - I'll look into it today, so thanks for posting this.

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  11. Comment on Paternity leave: The hidden barriers keeping men at work in ~life

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    Like many folks here, I work in technology. I am a woman and currently the only woman on the software engineering side on a team of about 30+ men... with the other woman having been out on...

    Like many folks here, I work in technology. I am a woman and currently the only woman on the software engineering side on a team of about 30+ men... with the other woman having been out on baby-related leave for about a year. Haha. I'd say of my coworkers who have had children - we're mostly in the 25-35 age range so there's a lot of them - about 75% of the dads have taken some kind of extended leave after having a child but none so long as a year (although the mother in question is also living in a different country for the duration of her leave so there's some extra consideration there).

    I believe how it works in Canada on a base level is that there is a distinction between "maternity leave", which is for a person who is pregnant and is mostly for dealing with the biological, physical realities of late-stage pregnancy and labour and its after-effects. This is about two or three months. Then there is "parental leave", which is some amount of weeks split between the parents as they see fit.

    Interestingly, while looking up information about this, I found that in Quebec it's set up so that there's an extra 5 weeks specifically for dad (of course they can choose not to use them, although that means those weeks are lost - they are not transferable to the other partner). The stat is that 84% of fathers take at least those five weeks, whereas it's 11% in the rest of Canada. I think it's a great idea, and would love to see this implemented Canada-wide.

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  12. Comment on What games have you been playing, and what's your opinion on them? in ~games

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    I do this thing sometimes where I play games which have natural stopping points, like distinct rooms, levels, battles, maps, whatever, and in between those levels I do something productive for a...

    I do this thing sometimes where I play games which have natural stopping points, like distinct rooms, levels, battles, maps, whatever, and in between those levels I do something productive for a short amount of time. It's basically a pomodoro timer but it works really well for my brain to have an "event" rather than a "time" dictate when to move on.

    Lately I've been using Stardew Valley for this one, and at the end of each day I've been catching up on my IRL chores. I haven't played it for a while, so there's a lot of stuff in there I haven't seen before, and I heard there was a lot of new postgame content added by the version 1.5 upgrade so I'm looking forward to that. The save file I chose to use was already in the middle of year 1; I just got to the desert, and there's very few things I need before I've finished the community centre.

    I'm also still playing Assassin's Creed Odyssey. For some reason I got it in my head that I wanted to find all the Orihalcum after finding a map which lists all 607 locations. I need about 50 more, and the only places left to look are one of the islands and Macedonia. I finished the main game so I bought the DLC as well, I really liked the Elysium map but I'm taking a break back in Greece before heading on to the next one.

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  13. Comment on What have you been eating, drinking, and cooking? in ~food

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    I recently made Pasta Alla Norma, a dish with an eggplant-tomato sauce and lots of basil. Great for vegetarian eating and I will definitely make it again. I had to substitute ricotta salata, but...

    I recently made Pasta Alla Norma, a dish with an eggplant-tomato sauce and lots of basil. Great for vegetarian eating and I will definitely make it again. I had to substitute ricotta salata, but it was still great.

    One trick I really enjoyed was peeling the eggplant partially in stripes, this allowed me to have discs and a bit of skin without long uninterrupted strings of it.

    I haven't been motivated to cook much lately, so it's been a while since I've used a non-jarred sauce and I forgot how nice it is to DIY it. I even bought the nice stewed tomatoes.

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  14. Comment on Fitness Weekly Discussion in ~health

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    I was away from the gym for a full week recently, mainly because of the vaccination appointment and dealing with side-effects. Back at it as of Monday, and went again yesterday. I kind of...

    I was away from the gym for a full week recently, mainly because of the vaccination appointment and dealing with side-effects. Back at it as of Monday, and went again yesterday. I kind of half-assed it yesterday, I was just finding my normal incline push-ups absolutely impossible and I bailed out of my last interval on the bike. Of course I started my freaking period mid-workout, so I'll chalk up the energy problem to that... explains the fact I had been an absolute black hole for food the day before too. Ugh.

    I start a new program soon, which I think will be nice. I've stalled out on my deadlifts for sure and I feel like I kind of want to mix those up a bit. I did make a little progress on my dumbbell bench press at least.

    Weight progress has also been slow. I'm not consistent with food tracking (breaking the phone I was tracking with didn't help - now I have a new one so I ought to start again). I am at least making some better decisions here and there even when I'm not writing everything down so I'm happy at least to have not gained weight in the last couple weeks.

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  15. Comment on Who else here is trying to beat the heat? in ~life

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    That's exactly what it's like! I for sure need to talk to... some kind of contractor... to figure out how to amend this, because I think the heat pump is be powerful enough to at least make a dent...

    That's exactly what it's like! I for sure need to talk to... some kind of contractor... to figure out how to amend this, because I think the heat pump is be powerful enough to at least make a dent in the top floor too. It's not a huge place, but it was built in the 70s for Canadian winters, so no consideration for central air conditioning at all. So it's purely a matter of airflow.

    One of the first things I did here was get an energy evaluation and I've addressed some of the heating/lighting/ventilation stuff, but better indoor airflow and windows are still on the to-do list for next year, probably. After the roof. It's going to be an expensive few years.

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  16. Comment on LinkedIn breach reportedly exposes data of 92% of users, including inferred salaries in ~tech

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    I agree with you, this is for sure data that people did not think would be exposed and it's very bizarre of them to say it's not private. I've had to watch enough data security slideshows to know...

    I agree with you, this is for sure data that people did not think would be exposed and it's very bizarre of them to say it's not private. I've had to watch enough data security slideshows to know that at least in my country, this meets the legal definition of personally identifiable data, which should be kept secure.

    The only way I can interpret this is them saying that the data was scraped from a bad API, rather than taken directly from the bare servers by compromising a LinkedIn dev account or a database exploit or something. Even then it's a really weaselly way of putting it.

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  17. Comment on Who else here is trying to beat the heat? in ~life

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    I'm on the East coast of Canada and I'm not getting it quite as bad as the West coast is, but it's still pretty hot here - we're under a "level 1" heat warning in a three-level system. I had a...

    I'm on the East coast of Canada and I'm not getting it quite as bad as the West coast is, but it's still pretty hot here - we're under a "level 1" heat warning in a three-level system. I had a heat pump installed a couple years ago and my attic re-insulated to reduce my winter heating costs, but it's also been a lifesaver this summer. I'm doing OK as a result.

    My main floor is nice, but the airflow in my house is such that the upstairs area gets absolutely none of the cool air. It's like a literal wall - it's not a gradual transition. Climbing up the stairs you can feel that every bit of air physically above the ceiling of my first floor is hot and humid. And unfortunately upstairs is where all the beds are, so I've been sleeping on the couch off and on when the fans in the bedroom aren't enough for me. I suppose I should talk to someone on how to get my upstairs to benefit more from my fancy heat pump.

    I'm not built for this kind of weather. My favourite summer temperature is like, maximum 25C. I remember being in 40C+ heat only once in my life, around five years ago at a festival, and I was outdoors and unable to really get away from it. It was just terrible even at "just" 40C, and I hope anyone especially where it's really bad is able to stay cool and safe.

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  18. Comment on What games have you been playing, and what's your opinion on them? in ~games

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    Nothing new! I've been revisiting two games mostly, Assassin's Creed Odyssey and Monster Hunter: Rise. For AC Odyssey, I'm playing it in New Game Plus mode and tackling some of the stuff I didn't...

    Nothing new! I've been revisiting two games mostly, Assassin's Creed Odyssey and Monster Hunter: Rise.

    For AC Odyssey, I'm playing it in New Game Plus mode and tackling some of the stuff I didn't do in the first playthrough. I started out with the intention to do the side quests, special targets, and bosses... my approach with open-world games is often doing things by area, rather than by quest, thinking I'll get the next quest flag when I happen to be in the area for it rather than intentionally setting off to find it. But that got to be a bit of a slog eventually, and I started noticing a lot of repeated structures and textures and little tricks that the game tries to pull with the smaller camps and quests. So I ended up rushing through just about everything towards the end of the game with regards to the Personal Odyssey, didn't get a super great ending due to some choices earlier in the run, and didn't end up finishing out the other two main questlines. I was interested to see the endings of the other two lines, I had just overplayed the game at that point and needed a break from it.

    Replaying it, I'm having a bit more fun making "endgame builds" and seeing a lot of stuff that I missed on my first go. The game world is absolutely enormous, so there are entire islands and areas that I never visited. I got to Pephka for the first time recently - the island of the Minotaur - and the quests there were really good. There was a lot to do there, and I can't believe I just completely bypassed it!

    One thing I really love about Odyssey though is how nice the world is to just be in! It looks good, and it really does give me a sense of adventure to play sometimes. I could not care less about the whole meta-structure of the animus, but I love the fantasy Greek setting even when it veers into weirdness. Not just being buddy-buddy with Sokrates, but stuff like

    spoilersPythagoras being a superhuman who is over 150 years old due to a magic staff, he guards the gates of Atlantis and he's your biological father
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    I was thinking of picking up Valhalla, but I have more I can squeeze out of Odyssey first and by then I'll probably need another break from that open-world style of game. So I'll grab Valhalla when I can get it cheap.

    As for MH: Rise, I've mostly been playing with my younger brother after he got a Switch. He just got to HR 8 last night. He mains Sword and Shield, and I main Gunlance, although we switch off now and then to try new things. (I would say my 2nd favourite is Light Bowgun, and his 2nd is Switch Axe.) He's a lot pickier about gear than me so I spend a lot of time waiting for him to finish up browsing armors so I set up silly shout-outs and stickers and so on. I'm so excited to fight some of the endgame bosses with him, especially

    monster spoilers valstrax!! The ambush is so fun, I love the absolute panic I had the first time it happened.

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  19. Comment on Weekly coronavirus-related chat, questions, and minor updates - week of June 28 in ~health.coronavirus

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    Got my 2nd vaccine ahead of schedule! I'm not sure how I feel about it - I was told I may have to wait until August to get it, but ended up getting it about four weeks after my first. The issue is...

    Got my 2nd vaccine ahead of schedule! I'm not sure how I feel about it - I was told I may have to wait until August to get it, but ended up getting it about four weeks after my first. The issue is that when the appointment was scheduled, it said I'd be getting my 2nd dose of Pfizer, but when I arrived and was in line there was a security person verifying everyone had the right appointment time and everything and they said that the Vaccine of the Day was Moderna due to shipping issues with Pfizer and it would be a few weeks before Pfizer was available again.

    I did end up getting it rather than waiting longer, although it took me a minute to decide. Although I am just a humble layperson, as far as I am aware Pfizer and Moderna are both mRNA vaccines and differ only by one ingredient, as well as maybe the way the doses are distributed between 1st/2nd shots. There's some talk about "mixing" vaccines making people nervous, but I'm not sure the term "mixing" really applies because it's not like the vaccine itself hangs around in your body to protect you. It's your own body's immune system which retains the experience of responding to the vaccine.

    My one real concern is that I might not be considered "fully vaccinated" by other countries which do not allow for different 1st and 2nd doses, but I don't plan on traveling internationally for a while.

    As for side-effects, the 2nd dose kicked my ass and kicked my partner's ass even more. I couldn't move my arm the day after, developed an aching, tiring fever in the evening, and was sick through the second day with some soreness lingering into day three. My partner had a fever for two full days and the injection site swelled up a lot, to the point we got a bit worried and drew circles around it for reference in case we needed to go to the hospital. It looked like she was smuggling a golf ball under there. Fortunately that died down around day three also, but between the two of us it was a miserable 48 hours.

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