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I just made the world a little cleaner by not opting for veal today. Instead they are selling insect burgers in Germany and I had two of them.
They are made from buffalo worms, feeded and grown in Germany. No antibiotics. Almost no wasted corn or wheat.
Taste: like a veggie pattie with nuts and seeds. Texture is surprisingly "smooth".
Quite expensive at the moment, but I'll go for it again (€5 for two patties).
Would you try them?28
I guess that counts? Some of the local burger kings once had an online game they advertised, where you could win free burgers if you are the first on the highscore (the other 2 places got some sort of coupons for cheaper meals), turned out there was a score submit bug you could abuse after finishing a game (me and a colleague noticed, while trying to find some sort of bug), when I reported it they didnt care (didn't get any response, maybe spam filtered?), so I got us some free burgers, scanned in the receipt and send it again, they paniced or just realized you can generate any amount of free burgers for the time of the game being online, took down the game for a day or two, sent me a short email thanking me, thats it.4
I'm getting to the point where every time I encounter a new bug to fix I die a little inside. So tired of stuff not working and as soon as I get one thing fixed another blows up. Unresolved problems and open loops keep me awake all night. I sometimes want to switch careers but what else is there for me after more than 2 decades of this? I guess I could flip burgers and mow lawns. The burger flippers make about what I made in my last job and the guy who mows my lawn makes twice that much.4