DarkSydePhil, having lost popularity in the Western market, found new appreciation in the East for his commitment to lets play content, tries it content, and, how can we forget, displaying how he's the KOG (King of Gaming).
P.S. yeah, I didn't translate what it said, the above was just the head-canon that came to mind after seeing "DSP."
> tfw reading a xianxia novel
> reaches the climax of a major battle
> reads "this my home, my court"
> think, "is that a Jojo reference?"
> but then wonder, is that even from jojo, or the jojo x slamjam remix comments section.
> my memory returns...
> heater sub-par
> freezing to death
> wear two shirts and a jacket
> doesn't work
> wrap self in a blanket
> doesn't work
> stuff blanket inside jacket
I guess it was my core that needed the most insulation, and the shirts and jacket weren't thick enough to contain the heat. Thus, a makeshift "gore-tex" jacket, and I'm good.
Feet still frozen though, but bearable.
There comes a point when you realize ratings are useless. I sort of already knew that, but, at least to an extent, I wanted to be able to depend on them to reduce my workload when looking for something to read. However, when your "fetish" is the colloquial "trash" known as "isekai" or "wuxia" etc. most everything gets down-rated.
Honestly, I'd be more interested in the variance of the genre at that point, but a lot of these stories overlap with multiple genres (multi-variate variance?)
God damn do I hate Susan, Youtube, and COPPA.
Can't even look up stuff from your childhood (or anyone's childhood for that matter) without the comments being disabled due to "muh chilluns"
If they're going to have this retarded policy, have it be a moving target. E.g. kids who grew up on 60s, ..., 90s shows are adults by now, so leave the comments in peace.
In the end, I just use the endpoints (server) as a passthrough to a Python API.
It truly is a struggle to juggle conciseness, clarity, and "it just works works"^TM.
SvelteKit is OK. Kind of annoyed with the naming resolution for .json vs. .svelte, but that's opened in a GitHub issue, so whatever. It makes sense anyways, theoretically your /api wouldn't use the same namespace as your site, and if you wanted the same endpoint to work for varying types, that'd be more of a parsing 'accept' header situation.
I do hate that, if I wanted sveltekit to be standalone, it'd have to be pure JS via the pages (client) and endpoints (server).
Xianxia for life.
Highly recommend "Emperor's Domination", "Grasping Evil", and "Legend of the Great Sage."
On the gaming front, "Sennen Aigis" and "Genshin Impact" are pretty fun.
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