Friday, May 20, 2022

CNN Amanpour speaks with Taliban deputy leader REACTION

Why would you bring a woman for this interview? I would say the interpreter speaks primitively through the translation. Repeating non-opposition is not progress,  the choice of words lacks reassurances. Something as simple as setting goals and an optimism to reach them. This is a degradation of the West I do not think it is appropriate to bring a lady into a debate field entirely occupied by men. I think the promotion of self-education is an appropriate fall back. Schools do not exist without female teachers, a website with course schedules for teachers is what you want. I want to point out that education is not a debate, it is not someones word against another. In the United States there are programs to ensure that children do not fall behind academically, "no child left behind" I think that literacy is important. Afghanistan is a country suffering from isolationism, foreign language learning should be available from a young age. The state should have a website or app for children. They probably do not want to open Google accounts and get Android phones but who knows?? From my understanding there is an American internet, Russian and Chinese with all the other countries essentially grouping into one of those securities. What I am worried about in Afghanistan is the fact that if the Taliban launched an e-mail service, I do not think the citizens would feel safe communicating complaints about the government. When flaunting sovereignty it is very important to evaluate what it is that controls government. I would advocate that communication is involved in controlling government, an open discussion for people to feel connected. Until there is a domestic e-mail service with OpenID type authentication, a modified Android system to replace Google, a search engine, and an education hub I would not consider the government's responsibility on education to be completed.

Reacting to Reaction


millennial media always needs to show signs of ADHD.

Gumby and Spiderman it sounds like he is a tall character.

"when I listen to pimp a butterfly I feel that is a piece of literature" closed

Thursday, May 19, 2022

Twitter On The End Of Censorship

 "For the purposes of this policy, we define crises as situations in which there is a widespread threat to life, physical safety, health, or basic subsistence,"

do these people realize we are going to end up dying? Old age is a pretty widespread threat to life, are we going to censor speech until I make more payments to St Judge like the commercials are telling me??

"This definition is consistent with the United Nations’ definition of a humanitarian crisis and other humanitarian assessments." whatever nigger I can play hallway monitor on my own website

Game Engine Decision

 I think I made a conclusion. Fyrox is an upcoming game engine for Rust. My development environment is basically going to take a 4x3 game, put it on a 16x9 display, and the additional width is going to be Helix editor or game console. The physics engine is an oddity to me, there are Rapier, Nphysics, Salva and they are all derived from the same thing or something I am not sure Salva looks like it might work in Fyrox I need the fluid simulation. I want to add snow to Winter Survival, my initial idea is to make an additional height map based off the terrain that can be changed programmatically and the game renders it on top, walking would lower the snow level depending on the type of snow or whatever, I would have to calculate the ground on the physics engine to be between the snow and the actual ground. If you have not seen a terrain height map for video games before it is basically an image that is darkened or lightened to signify elevation. If a car drives over the snow I can paint over the height map image that is then rendered by the computer.

This is a picture of tire tracks in some snow. I think the height map would also need a bump map to replicate? You would want ambient occlusion on by default. The game engine is still early in development, I am thinking of contributing to the 'rusty shooter' project.

Justin Amash Siding With Saddam Hussein


This was a candidate for president who calls the invasion of Iraq 'wholly unjustified' implying that he has no commitment to foreign commitments abroad, or responding to active terrorist threats against the United States. Is this how you want to take on our national security? The Libertarian party is incapable of being elected because of their immaturity on this issue. I refer to it as immaturity because of the people who perpetrate it's ignorance but at the top Justin Amash is a disgusting deceiver, a coward, and someone who would surrender American sovereignty to enemies abroad given the opportunity. His tweet before this he writes "The Defense Production Act is indefensible even when used for defense." in reference to baby formula being made by the government. He just does not want government to work it is more of a trolling status where you blame other people for not being as idealistic as you.

Notice how he says nothing about himself Elon is just suppose to throw cash at him for human cooperation which comes from freedom. I do not know how that translates into economics, he does not either but hopefully I can take over the Libertarian party and do whatever I want

Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Fast Food Industry

  • Ultra Premium Steak Loaf with  avocado, tomato, onion, celery, and a pickle
  • #17 at KFC the potato chicken bowl I think it is the #3 now
  • crispy chicken snack wraps
  • chicken tenders
  • salmon herb crusted
Cutting salmon you are not going to get the same weight every time but a similar weight, I think it would be better to give them a dynamically generated market value margin, so they would expect to pay within a 3 dollar margin depending on how big the fish is they pay that amount. Phone orders pay max with the profit added to the tip automatically.


  • sticky rice
  • noodles
  • mashed potatoes
  • bread and garlic in oil
  • bread mixed with injera Ethiopian style
  • generic gatorade, almost clear but orange tint
  • limeade
  • strawberry almond milk
  • chocolate almond milk
  • almond milk
there is a brand of almond milk I tried it is kind of expensive it has 5x as much almonds as typical almondmilk Elmswurth or something like that. Maybe 3x as many almonds as typical almond milk. I am not a big fan of orange juice's low shelf life, by the time it is in the grocery store there is significant preservatives, the Florida orange market is effected by climate change as Florida dips below freezing the orange trees have to be replanted. I think limes are a better citrus than lemons or oranges.

  • chicken
  • cows
  • salmons
  • rice
  • flour
  • potato
  • bread
  • garlic
  • gatorade
  • limes
  • almonds
  • avocados
  • tomato
  • onion
  • celery
  • pickle
Theoretically a web based interactive map with quality of supplies alongside prices, I really want to compute the best location for like a food tourist head quarters. All this and sushi. When McDonalds first started they had people come out to serve you, a robot with a touchscreen that extends to your car window should deliver the food as well. I think you circle the kitchen with parking and also have a screened and roofed outdoor dining area, when you open the door it should blow air out to keep the flies away. Some sort of food transport system to the dining, I think robots on rails that go along tall ceilings should deliver the food.

(edited 5/19/22)

Russian Response


this is really going to raise the price margins

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CNN Amanpour speaks with Taliban deputy leader REACTION

Why would you bring a woman for this interview? I would say the interpreter speaks primitively through the translation. Repeating non-opposi...