wild posting

i guess it’s time to confess that not only am i actually over forty years old, but blackmail material is also over forty years old and i’ve been shipping lunael since before either of them were born #getonmylevel

Pumpkin Tau

/*
Hi folks! I got the idea for using this format for a MI6 Cafe recipe during the last recipe exchange, but had approximately 0 time to write it and no ideas for a recipe. But with the Fall theme this time, I decided to bring the math nerd debate of pi vs tau and some computer programming–two rather Q-worthy subjects–to a pumpkin pie recipe.
For clarity, in case people are confused by the whole tau thing: this recipe makes one full pie.
Note to non-coders: I tried to make this as readable as possible… *insert that meme with the “you tried” star*
Note to coders: I tried to make this hypothetically able to be compiled/run, but I might have messed up some syntax bc I can’t actually run it (see note at bottom) *insert star meme*
*/

//OK HERE’S THE ACTUAL RECIPE

#include <stdio.h>
#include “bakingFunctions.h" 

int main() {

   //these typedef lines are just stuff to make the code more readable
   //ignore if you aren’t a coder bc it won’t make sense
   //to the coders out there I’m sorry for the weird typedefs lmao

    typedef double tsp;
    typedef int tbs;
    typedef double cups;
    typedef int numberOf;
    typedef int millilitres;

   /*INGREDIENTS*/
    numberOf eggs = 2;
    millilitres pumpkin = 400;
    cups brownSugar = 1;
    tsp groundCinnamom = 1;
    tsp groundNutmeg = 0.5;
    tsp groundGinger = 0.25;
    tsp salt = 0.25;
    cups evaporatedMilk = 0.75;
    numberOf pieCrust = 1;
    numberOf eggForCrust = 1;
    tbs water = 1;

    /*extra variables, needed for the code to make sense; ignore*/
    int eggWash = 0;
    int minutes = 0;

   /*METHOD*/
    PreheatOvenTo(425);
    InLargeBowl(Beat(eggs));
    Add(pumpkin, sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, salt));
    StirUntilWellCombined();
    BlendIn(evaporatedMilk);
    PourInto(pieCrust);
    eggWash = Whisk(eggForCrust, water);
    BrushOverPieCrust(eggWash);

   for (minutes = 0; minutes < 16; minutes++) {
        BakePie();
    }

  LowerOvenTemperatureTo(350);

    for (minutes = 0; minutes < 36; minutes++) {
        BakePie();
        if (ToothpickInsertedIsClean()) {
            RemovePieFromOven();
            break; //this is a coding term lol it’s irrelevent to the recipe
        }
    }

    return 0;

}

   /*
   Yay! You just read through a piece of code/tau recipe!
   Note to non-coders: if, for some reason, you’re interested in coding, you can totally ask me questions about it!
   Note to coders: sadly, this won’t actually compile, since "bakingFunctions.h” doesn’t actually exist
   aka I didn’t write it, since it would be kind of pointless
   (besides, even if the program did run, it wouldn’t output anything lmao so there’s nothing to see)
   */

hey @ goyim could y'all reblog this if you're actually willing to listen to Jewish people and protect us?

we really need allies right now, and I know seeing this on people’s blogs could be comforting to other Jewish people. But please don’t do this as performative allyship- actually try and help us irl, or at least learn about antisemitism enough to spot it and call it out.

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Hi I literally don’t want to leave Zora’s Domain for more than like two minutes and I’ll give you three guesses why

(I’m not content with hylian(?)sidon yet his hair looks like a dr pepper but I’ll keep workin on it)

Breath of the Wild is still one of the most unique and gorgeous takes on a post-apocalyptic world in modern games, in my opinion. A lot of games with post-apocalyptic settings are very stark and colorless and alien and while those are interesting in their own right I still think that BotW’s take on it is just as fascinating and makes it stand out. 

Hyrule was utterly destroyed. No matter where you believe it lands on the Zelda timeline, it’s undeniable that it came thousands of years after well established kingdoms we’ve seen within games in the franchise, and that’s before we even discuss the Sheikah technology that predated this iteration of Link. We know that the wild and open Hyrule we have now is a far cry from the established kingdoms we’ve seen. People were killed. Civilizations were ravaged, destroyed, and left empty. Existing towns are small, scattered, and isolated by a violent wilderness full of monsters. Enormous mechs with land-altering properties and minds of their own threaten the livelihood of those remaining. There are fields littered with the remains of nigh-unkillable robots, and some of them still prowl the forests and mountains. At the very center of it all, the apocalypse-bringer itself is only barely restrained from releasing its absolute fury on what’s left as it continues to bring monsters back from the dead time and time again.

And yet… the world is still so alive in spite of all its struggles. The dust has settled, but instead of being dark and devoid of life, nature has crept over the ruins and roads. Wildlife thrives, birds sing, and plants grow, including the rarest flower thought to have been nearly extinct making a slow return. The sunrise and sunset are still beautiful, even if that light is cast mostly on empty, grassy fields as far as the eye can see. Wild horses frolic among the remains of guardians. Strange and beautiful spirits soar through the air or shine between the trees. Great fairies watch over towns. Even though the terrain is dangerous, people have made roads and paths for merchants and adventurers who connect the towns and villages. Monsters and guardians haven’t stopped them from exploring, scavenging, and pioneering the wild. Yes, the people know that the world is full of danger which threatens to engulf them- it’s hard to ignore that when Hyrule Castle is so visible- but that hasn’t stopped them from gathering the remains and making the most of it. It isn’t the shining kingdom it once was, but the people have a newfound appreciation and respect for the wilderness that now spans it. 

There’s just something so lovely and humbling about a setting which looks at the fallout of a magical kingdom and the new lives its people lead in the midst of a world that’s dangerous, seeing how they’re working on stringing themselves together again, and watching as they rekindle their hope… and all the while, the rest of the world keeps breathing. The sun still rises and the sun still sets.

angelblack3  asked:

you seem to be focused on your taemin han au which is fabulous because i love this doggo son he's adorable. but omg i would DIE for your mint eye flipped au where the only 'good' characters are mc, rika and saeran that would be AMAZING.

yeah but … do u really wanna see that level of angst :D

((thank you so much btw)) ♥