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PGP Public Key, :boost_no:​ 

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Common CW abbreviations I use:

* mh: mental health
* ph: physical health
* alc: alcohol
* pol: politics, sometimes plus locale, like:
* uspol: United States politics
* pda: public display of affection
* nsfw: not safe for work (this is rare, I prefer more specificity)

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How to contact me:

Email: noelle.d.anthony AT gmail
Discord: joyeusenoelle#5565
Telegram: Joyeusenoelle
Keybase: elekk.xyz/@noelle/992979439570

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keybase.io proof 

BEGIN KEYBASE SALTPACK SIGNED MESSAGE. kXR7VktZdyH7rvq v5weRa0zkL3g2m1 dpZwA4WriIuXUOk 3bvuW0fZytfDIXH cQwKiAUwaevbXG7 R5BPxBW45JYxjhL uL1YXIA2TytiiIe KSVy2xOKADJarTD hUSityZarbeM00h EHtU1F6u72UEVA0 NlFkgXJH8fYNLJR YpRVPnZGBM1U2yp yDavB2j. END KEYBASE SALTPACK SIGNED MESSAGE.

You can use 'keybase verify' on the command line to verify the above message.

Odd mastoadmin question:

Server running an older version of Mastodon (2.5.1, I think). All of a sudden, Puma (3.11) keeps locking up and causing Nginx to freak out. Puma gives a warning on startup about a slept ActiveRecord thread (but I am told I can ignore that) but is otherwise normal until it's suddenly unresponsive after what feels like a random period of time. This happens across both service restarts and system reboots. Any ideas? ("Upgrade Mastodon" is not a valid answer here, sorry.)

I'm back for more crime solving... with picross..

Anyway.

twitch.tv/magicalmilly

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Ultimately, the solution I'm going with is filthy, but it works. The fstring is supposed to be a dict value in a list of dicts, and not every dict in the list is going to have this element be a random choice, so:

def rstring(s1, s2):
def rfunc():
return f"{s1} {random.choice(mylist)} {s2}"
return rfunc()

and then if I need the choice, make the value equal to rstring("First part", "Second part") and then use type checking on output to see whether to use the raw string or to call the function.

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Python question: I want a formatted string to contain a value randomly selected from a list. Is there a way to do this within the fstring so that the value is selected at call time rather than at compile time, or do I need to create a separate function to concatenate multiple fstrings and call that when I want to produce the final string?

I'm wearing long sleeves, long cuffs, and thick socks, and I still feel like I need to wrap myself in a blanket. What even is summer

every so often I think of "tag your gore/pomegranates asshole" and laugh

if you want to join me for a legitimately relaxing time, come to my twitch stream!

twitch.tv/magicalmilly

I know I'm not always calm, but today's stream is just me playing picross with a crime fighting robot friend and pretending we're still in the 90s.

"Pineapples went way hard. Knives on top. Shark teeth around the sides. Once you get inside you think you've won until the juice starts eating your fuckin tongue. Absolutely metal." - PleaseBeGneiss on :birdsite:

mechanical keyboard question 

Does anyone sell adapters so you can use a 2x2 LEGO brick as a Cherry MX compatible mechanical keyboard keycap?

sprout, sprout, let your roots out

these are the seeds i can't grow without, come on

go water your plants, come on

This Greenland shark is older than 24 hours.

CHECK OUT THIS REFSHEET @scoots MADE FOR ME AND PLS GO COMMISSION THEM THEY'RE WONDERFUL

My greatest contribution to world culture may be adding Wilford Brimley to the Wikipedia list of Deaths in 2020.

"If it turns out that 'Purple Rain' is actually about the US military cloud-seeding experiments in Laos, I will give you biscuits."

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