Here's a good mushroom gravy!
4 sliced mushrooms, fried.
1 can of mushroom soup
1 can full of milk
1tsp roasted beef base
1tbs corn starch
If you have powdered corn starch like me, prepare it by mixing it with a half-cup of milk and a half-cup of water, then pour the mixture into the gravy.
I fry the sliced shrooms in the pot before adding the soup. Fry them in butter until they release their juice, then keep frying until they suck the juice up again. Then they're done!
If you're vegetarian, try omitting the beef base. I haven't tried it, though.
Still haven't programmed much. Still drawing and singing and practicing piano, so I'm not a *total* potato, but I feel like one.
In other news, I finished editing and subtitling "boat 3", our improv skit. It took too long but at least we're all done now!
My brother's Samsung S7's left audio channel went kurput.
It probably used a weird method for waterproofing, that caused an audio contact to slide out of place easier (or something. I don't know anything about hardware).
Honestly I don't think these things need to be waterproof. I mean, if they're going to die sooner. My S5 is still fine, by the way.
Just noticed that this new version also throws in a bunch of references to their past hits. That's pretty charming, actually.
This exists on every darn page from my provincial government.
Every. Darn. One.
Relevant or not.
Lost all my work cause #kdenlive didn't write a backup and didn't properly write the save file.
Good thing I made a pre-postproduction render to work on, but I still lost a lot.
Tomorrow I'll do it again, I guess.
I should check out #LambdaNative one of these days.
Haven't been doing much programming lately. Meh.
In positive news though, @RavingKain and I are making another low-quality improv bluescreen skit!
The problem with #TikTok is not whether it is based in China or the US. The problem with TikTok is TikTok. Here's why: https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/problem-with-tiktok
We see people posting pictures of #Linux running on airport/supermarket computers and going "Look! This company is finally using good software."
But they completely miss the fact that a massive screen displaying a kernel panic message all day is not exactly the best example of a good system.
I'm a UNIX user from Alberta, Canada, and I'm a failing computer scientist who works in LISP and Ada.
Half of what you say will go over my head but I'll act like I have a solution.
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