Just found out that one of my classmates that I kept in touch with died alone in a hospital last month. We couldn't have been much more different, yet we could co-exist. She had a crazy childhood and I always felt sort of called to be part of her life and pray for her, despite her almost violent opposition to my way of life. Real compassion, not duty. Have you ever felt like that about someone? She was an interesting, funny, and disgusting person really, who partied til the end.
After losing his parents, a priest travels to China, where he inherits a mysterious ability that allows him to turn into a dinosaur. At first horrified by this new power, a hooker convinces him to use it to fight crime. And ninjas. @sinbach
Me, after trying to understand software projects. I don't have a great knowledge of programming, but I like to tinker. Are you guys having an abstraction contest or something? The worst part is that I feel like everyone else sees this as a non-issue. I don't have any solutions, and I definitely can't visualize how I would ever be able to contribute to a project without making it a full-time job. Hats off to all you machines out there who really get this stuff.
A lot of thought and hard work have been poured into the Cardano project, and I think a historic moment is coming up tomorrow with the advent of smart contracts on the network. Whatever the price does, that’s irrelevant. This technology can be a force for good in the world and shouldn’t be viewed as some get-rich-quick scheme. It is complex stuff, but a lot of things that we use every day are.
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