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Now, onto the real question: what to eat? Partner isn’t home, so zero nutritional supplements have been consumed, and I have been lazy enough not to go out to fetch me something. So… hmm, yeah. Going to an eight years old niece birthday “roller scatting” party in an hour, maybe I get lucky with a slice of pizza, or two. 🤣


@movq@www.uninformativ.de OK, I am on request/question asking mode today. 😋 How do you cancel a twt, or a reply to a twt? Say I hit my reply, and then I change my mind? Right now, even exiting vi is creating an empty line on my twtxt.txt. Is there an obvious way to cancel a twt, reply, or fork that I am missing?


@movq@www.uninformativ.de (#ifphkga)

If Subject contains the full twt, then you can skim over conversations just by reading those lines in mutt’s index pager

Yes, I do the same, true.

So I decided: Okay, let’s have mutt do it.

And Mutt does it well. I agree it was/is a good idea.

The subject lines are already “compressed”

I noticed, yes.

I am not sure why I asked to begin with; in retrospect, in was a silly request. Perhaps the OCD in me got triggered while viewing rich headers, on a specific twt, when I saw the huge subject line that is, otherwise, always hidden.

Anyway, don’t mind me, move along. 😂


@movq@www.uninformativ.de (#5jejozq)
No worries, I understood you perfectly. My reply was merely a commentary, because some here—specially the youth, and I have a 20 years old son—think that the vaccine makes the 100% impervious, and thus behave pretty stupidly.

I am the one in charge of bringing food, and helping the elderly in the family, so I take super extra precautions… for their sake.


Is it me, or Gmail’s web interface is going down the drain? Using Safari—my default browser—often takes two, or three clicks to open an email. If it weren’t because its search is amazing, I would never visit its web interface.


@adi@f.adi.onl (#gzd5mlq)
Just like your highschool girlfriend in Afghanistan “doesn’t need saving”, right? I think it is a language issue you are having, as English isn’t your mother tongue.

QAnon followers are cultist nuts. Some of them wanting out are finding that it is a hard thing to do (did you read the article?). Saying that “they don’t need to escape” is a silly thing to say, at the very least. To me, it just doesn’t make sense.


‘Trump filed a lawsuit Monday in DC District Court against the House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection and the National Archives in an effort to keep records from his presidency secret by claiming executive privilege.’ — CNN Politics

That only increases one’s curiosity about what’s in them.


@movq@www.uninformativ.de what is your cron job repeat time for jenny? Currently I have mine to every minute, and while it allows me to participate fairly quick on conversations it has some drawbacks: it captures every single edited twt, so I end up with seemingly the same twt, but not quite—as it has minor edits, etc. So, “repeats”. Perhaps setting cron to check every 5 minutes or so is best?