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Considering saving/putting in extra work/etc so I can try and make a japan trip this autum, before we all die or somthing. With a stop off in bejing because I would like to go again with no pressure to see everything/not at the end of a month of travel

I had a rif going on birdsite about sourdough communism and no-one seems to be into it so/but seems like it's a perfect way to describe my politics

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I spent the day working on a completley random and personal twine that has no social or political purpose and then built a new gaming pc for a friend, and I am feeling FULFILLED.

having an existential crisis so because I'm a trans woman I opened twine

hello horses i got logged out and missed this place

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google are fucking me off with the stuff theyve been doing recently so im switching from web browser to web browsette

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family, death, od mention 

coping 

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fediverse drama, apparently? 

trots 

trots 

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FOI 

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