korny

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korny,

Thank you! I’ll give this a try later tonight and report back!

korny, (edited )

I like this guide! However, I keep running into an Operation not permitted error when attempting to change the ownership to the plex.plex group. I’ve run into this a few times and cannot seem to get around it.

EDIT: Got it working, though still running into an operation not permitted error. Though, I unmounted and remounted the drives changing the uid to a new mount point. Plex is able to see the files now!

Now to start messing with docker…

EDIT 2: Short lived, changes revert after reboot and have to remount again with changes.

korny,

I don’t use any of it, I don’t really see a use case for it honestly. Feels like I’m missing out at times, but have no idea what I would even use it for.

korny,

Just reinforcing the do first, apologize later mentality. They’ll get away with as much as they possibly can, then drop an “I’m sowwy” like a BP CEO in South Park.

youtu.be/15HTd4Um1m4?si=MEu6Q1wXVoTFoZ2K

korny,

I’ve been making Alton Brown’s seedy date bars. Not too much prep, and quick to snag and enjoy! Maybe 170 calories per bar

korny,

I nearly forgot about this game with all the calamity going on. Had so much fun with this one originally.

korny,

Currently reading Proof of collusion : how Trump betrayed America

korny, (edited )

I finished Rigged by David Shimer just before this one. I really like the style of delivery here where there is seemingly no bias. A lot of quotes in the one I am currently reading, with evidence based context around it. Kind of letting you draw your own conclusions.

I’m only two chapters in thus far, but I’m really enjoying it. I had to reach past Witch Hunt: The Story of the Greatest Mass Delusion in American Political History by Gregg Jarrett to get this one at the library, can only imagine the “facts” in that one.

korny,

AAA studios have taught me to be excited about nothing until after release. Even then, they can still take it away. I have a hard te believing this will be the labor of love this deserves, but I’d love to be proven wrong.

korny,

I hope Grove Street Games isn’t involved given the last GTA release.

korny, (edited )

In the halls of my middle school, I felt like a ghost, invisible to everyone except the bullies who made my life a living hell. Every day, they taunted me, mocked my appearance, and tripped me in the hallway.

I tried to ignore them, but the constant harassment wore me down. One day, pushed to my limit, I finally snapped. When the ringleader, Jake, shoved me into a locker, I swung back, landing a punch square on Jake’s nose.

The satisfaction of retaliation was fleeting as the principal’s office became my next destination. Despite explaining my side, I was met with a stern lecture on violence and the consequences of my actions.

But in that moment of defiance, something shifted within me. I realized that standing up for myself didn’t have to involve fists. It meant finding the courage to speak out, seeking help from trusted adults, and refusing to let the bullies define me.

That night my dad came into my room and savagely beat with a set of jumper cables for getting in trouble.

korny,

Unless it says never, this is useless!

EA is looking at putting in-game ads in AAA games — 'We'll be very thoughtful as we move into that,' says CEO (www.tomshardware.com)

EA CEO Andrew Wilson confirmed the company is considering putting ads in traditional AAA games — titles that players purchase up-front for around $70 apiece. In the Q&A part of EA’s latest earnings call, Eric Sheridan from Goldman Sachs asked Wilson about dynamic ad insertion in traditional AAA games. Wilson said,...

korny,

“Fuck yeah, I really love ads and can’t wait to support EA by buying every product I see in my $70 AAA game. Thanks EA!” - EA execs ideal customer

korny,

People do? Or is it just the poor?

korny,

You’ll never make it in politics with that attitude.

korny,

The strategy seems all too familiar, why are we letting this person become relevant?

korny,

Haha, been there as well. Took advantage of unlimited overtime for an easy job, but no way is it sustainable in the long term. I was waking up and clocking in immediately, only clocking out to eat and sleep.

korny,

The only crime here is the UI font.

korny, (edited )

Good to know! I didn’t want to miss out on @kolanaki comments, but now I won’t have to worry about it.

Where do the rural homeless near you live?

This seems to be something people don’t always give second thought to. When people talk about the homeless, the first things thought about are images of people on busy city streets in rusty clothes waiting around near allies. In there, the answer is quite static, because it can be I guess. But if that’s the case, change the...

korny, (edited )

Video taken in my county showcasing a little of how the homeless live around here: youtu.be/9YEyLb4iVHQ?si=5S6uCpv5WTQzjBMa

korny, (edited )

Definitely not me, my dad hates that after my brother did it.

It all began innocently enough. My family had gathered for a lazy Sunday brunch, seeking refuge from the relentless sun.

As the meal progressed, laughter and chatter filled the air. But amidst the joviality, a small ice cube managed to escape its glass prison, slipping onto the tiled floor with a barely audible tinkling sound.

At first, it went unnoticed. But as fate would have it, my younger brother , perhaps distracted by the excitement of the day, accidentally kicked the wayward ice cube under the refrigerator with a careless flick of the foot.

Initially, there was no reaction. But as the meal continued and the ice cube remained forgotten beneath the appliance, a subtle change began to take hold. The father, ever observant, caught sight of the ice cube’s icy trail and the faint click as it disappeared beneath the fridge.

At first, he said nothing, choosing instead to watch quietly as the ice cube remained trapped in its chilly exile. But with each passing minute, a sense of unease began to gnaw at him. The simple act of neglect, the disregard for tidiness and order, slowly chipped away at his patience.

Finally, unable to contain his growing frustration, my father’s voice broke through the cheerful din. “Did you just kick that ice cube under the fridge?” he asked, his tone deceptively calm.

He then left the room, but quickly came back and beat my brother senseless with a set of jumper cables.

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