@majken it's so sweet, you could get diabetis from whatching these 2 fluffy creatures cuddle :D

If you think brave browser is a privacy respecting browser, you should read this thread in codeberg, made by the spyware.neocities.org team: https://codeberg.org/shadow/SpywareWatchdog/issues/40#issuecomment-165767 Summary: brave connects to some domains when you start it up (phones home), one of these domains is static1.brave.com, if you curl --head it, you get this:

> curl --head static1.brave.com HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently Date: Mon, 28 Dec 2020 23:26:23 GMT Content-Length: 0 Connection: keep-alive Location: https://www.gstatic.com/

(In simple words, it is a redirect to google) But even worse, if you do an IP lookup to static1.brave.com, you get this:

> curl ipinfo.io/$(dig +short A static1.brave.com) { "ip": "", "anycast": true, "city": "San Francisco", "region": "California", "country": "US", "loc": "37.7621,-122.3971", "org": "AS13335 Cloudflare, Inc.", "postal": "94107", "timezone": "America/Los_Angeles", "readme": "https://ipinfo.io/missingauth" }error code: 1003error code: 1003%

That's right! brave browser is chainloading spyware and ads companies!

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I did once a survey, where I asked people if I should tell my story as a psychotic man. well I just lived trough a phase and I put my phase and parts of my live in Music and Lyrics.

I want people to know my Story, so feel free to boost


peope are talking about problems now, it's about funking time!

@Tommy Keepass databases sync great with selfhosted coulds like seafile or nextcloud, if you know what you've doing, it's pretty save. also the keepassdb sould be encrypted.

@wizzwizz4 @tinfoil-hat how do I do that, as I understand, I have to create an alias in pleroma?

@Gina you infected me with paying supermario on my NES again :D

and decreed that any man who killed one had to pay for the funeral for the animal

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In Greek mythology, Charon, the ferryman, wore wolf ears. In the Epic of Gilgamesh, the goddess Ishtar had the power to turn enemies into wolves. Hecate, the goddess of Death, was shown as wearing three wolf heads. In another
Greek myth, a king named Lycaon was turned into a wolf by the god Zeus. (the name Lycaon survives today, in the gray wolf subspecies Canis Lupius Lycoan, the eastern timber wolf.) The Athenians had great respect for the wolf

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