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necroptosis  ·  9 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: Five original paintings I haven't shared on Hubski yet

Wow these are fantastic, I absolutely love them

    who cited his hundreds of hours playing Call of Duty when asked about his military experience

I’m dying right now. So many idiots making idiotic decisions.

necroptosis  ·  41 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: Feb 22, 2022: "Putin is about to start the most senseless war in history"

There's a lot not being said about the IL and one of those is that you most likely would have never been allowed into country in the first place. For the best, that is not a place you want to be. At all. Should I go it will not be with the IL.

I hope that things getting worse in Russia will lead to changes. It may be a misplaced hope and we do truly see a NK equivalent, but in the meantime it gives me an excuse for having the same terrible thoughts as you.

necroptosis  ·  42 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: Feb 22, 2022: "Putin is about to start the most senseless war in history"

    "If you ever wondered what you would have done during the holocaust, it's what you're doing now."

Fucking hell man, there hasn't been a day gone by where I haven't thought about accepting the offer to fight. Volunteering was able to scratch the itch.. but this is just something else. Fuck.

necroptosis  ·  46 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: ‘We Don’t Know How to Phone It In’: A Final Visit With Taylor Hawkins

I just watched a doc on Alanis Morrisette and apparently they called Chris in after auditions completely on accident-they had meant to call someone else. Taylor Hawkins made a comment that he didn’t know who Janes addiction was at the time, which is perfect considering he now plays with them. What a cool guy to know.

necroptosis  ·  54 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: Signs of Lviv

Thank you. I speak a decent amount of Russian and I had a Ukrainian friend check my other translations. One small other linguistic fun fact- иди на хуй, the Russian phrase for "go fuck yourself" is more or less directly translated to "go sit on a dick".

necroptosis  ·  56 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: List of Polish funds and organizations providing help to Ukrainian refugees

https://www.comebackalive.in.ua/donate

Donate to the right places. Giving money to any smuggling operation is just lining pockets. This fund puts money in the right places

necroptosis  ·  62 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: Was China Betting on Russian Defeat All Along?

When I get home I’ll post my collection of billboards/posters. Ukrainian psyops campaigns are unreal

necroptosis  ·  62 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: Was China Betting on Russian Defeat All Along?

necroptosis  ·  94 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: I think we oughtta talk about Razzlekhan.

I’ll add a shameless plug for rocketpool here. Fully decentralized staking+fully liquid. Pretty much the only protocol I would run shared validators through

necroptosis  ·  94 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: I think we oughtta talk about Razzlekhan.

I should have absolutely elaborated and explained that the hack was rooted in solana, it’s an important distinction. I’ve been ruminating on very similiar ideas since the hack, mostly why the hell solana still has popularity. Or really any of the other L1 chains. Any other chain makes at least one sacrifice in the blockchain triangle and in the end those are the fundamentals that drive crypto.

I think the nature of the hack is slightly hilarious as well. As a more technical person explained to me, the exploit+fix was actually publicly published for anyone to see, and wormhole just didn’t fix it. $320 million of negligence is quite a beautiful thing to see sometimes.

necroptosis  ·  95 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: I think we oughtta talk about Razzlekhan.

Last week about $250 million of eth was stolen through a bridge… and it more or less can’t be touched. The moment is was stolen it’s pretty much blacklisted by every exchange and app. Wherever that money moves it will always be tracked. The hackers are basically limited to small amounts of privacy coin transfer. As you said they’d be better off with a suitcase of cash. It’s hard to imagine governments not absolutely loving crypto.

necroptosis  ·  172 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: November 24, 2021  ·  x 3

There are a lot of emotions running deep today. The past nine years have one hell of a trip. The person I was when I signed my name on the dotted line is vastly different from the one who signed out today. I've had quite a few drinks to celebrate the end so it's a little bit difficult to truly reflect but.. man idk. I'll try and put together a small album together within the next couple days of my favorite moments. The military has allowed me to meet countless interesting people, visit 30+ countries, and develop myself to a level I would have never before thought possible. While I never posted much on hubski I would like to thank y'all for keeping me somewhat grounded-just lurking and reading has been significant. When surrounded by the echo chamber of the army this website has always been a refuge to maintain at least a little intellectual capacity.

necroptosis  ·  191 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: Are you excited about Web 3.0?

I also hate every aspect of this but for different reasons. Big business and government will eventually shift to blockchain. But that is horrifying in it's own right. I mean hell, one of this guy's examples is Donald Trump being censored. Our social media platforms are already horrible enough, imagine if they're completely unmoderated.

necroptosis  ·  367 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: May 12, 2021

I just finished the last trip with my team before moving to a new job. This team has been most of my life for the past several years, so leaving has been tough. I'm planning on leaving the army at the end of this year. As much as I'm excited to gain back my independence, I'll miss the hell out of this life. It was terrible and amazing in a million different ways. I doubt I'll ever be part of such a tight-knit work team ever again.

The past year has been a wild ride personally. I've been dating an incredible woman for over a year now. Out of that time I've been gone for 8+ months of work trips. I would not recommend long-distance relationships to anyone. While we have a much stronger relationship coming out of the time, it was beyond difficult. While gone I was taking college courses and applying to an early action med school. I ended up making it through interviews before receiving a rejection to the school. Sorry @nowaypablo, it looks like no NYC for me. Between all of this, I took way too much onto my plate. I burned out pretty hard and have had a hard time bringing myself back. I was supposed to have a couple weeks off upon returning home... until our eastern friends felt like being dicks. The little time I have had to decompress since then has been enough to at least somewhat level the bubbles. I'm looking forward to taking a real vacation sometime in the future.