AboutSometimes I get hangry and take it out on random people on the internet. Make sure to tell me if I'm a dick and should go eat something. I never actually want to hurt anyone.
Joined devRant on 12/30/2017
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Fuck I haven't taken setraline for 3 days. Life is shit. I don't want to live anymore.
My only comfort is the knowledge that this is a common feeling when coming of setraline.
Idk why im writing this. I guess that I just want people to know that mental issues are weird and some people aren't alone (*cough* *cough* Jason)
Your not alone. I don't want to live. I hate myself and everyone around me. I'm not good.12
IM SO FUCKING TIRED OF CROSSPOSTS FROM SHITTY FACEBOOK GROUPS THAT POSTED A MEME THAT HAPPENED TO BE SOMEWHAT RELATED TO TECH!
And what shits on my gears even more is that the down vote system doesn't seem to work as intended and I see these posts getting upvoted to over 10pts. WHAT THE FUCK PEOPLE?
So I have a new rule proposal:
If you see one of these posts and don't comment "fuck you" within 2 hours you get a lifetime ban from devRant.
Fuck all these 12 year olds!17
I see your cable hell and raise you my cable hell
(This is my PS4 + PSVR setup + some other stuff in my living room)3
It's Friday, I just want to go home and work on my side project.
At the end of the day some co-workers ask me to join for a beer. It's too hard to resist, it's just one beer. Just one beer? Who am I lying to? Its probably going to end the same way as last friday and the friday before that.
This is why I don't have time to work on my side projects.
I don't look forward to the headache tomorrow.
It's too hard to say no.
Does anyone of you feel the same way?4
Grew up with just my brother and mother in Russia. We had very little money so we haven't even seen computers in real life until my mother found a swedish boyfriend and we moved to Sweden the year 2000.
I was 7 years old at the time and I saw my first computer in what I think was the Swedish Migration Board office. The purpose of the computer was for convenient registration for the reception or something, but the first thing I did was found paint and drew some circles, I was completely mind blown!
My mother's boyfriend came and told me not to play with the computer because "I might accidentally install a virus".
A couple of months later we got a PC to share with the whole family, me and my brother were so ecstatic because we have previously only seen them on TV and now for some reason we have one at home "Woooot 😮😮😀"
The problem was that my mother only let me and my brother use the computer on weekends and only for one hour. Somehow this just made me and my brother even more interested in that machine, so we sneaked out from our room at night and played with it.
One night we found out about this great thing called Google and googled "how to program a program" and that's when we fell in love with programming.
When our mother found out she got very angry and disappointed. She was questioning why we were "so much in love with this stupid thing" and said "it's not like you are going to get a job working with it!"
Me and my brother are both devs now. So suck it 🖕🖕🖕1