@djsundog Feels like your caption buried the lede on why the listing is no longer active. ๐Ÿ˜›

For your wallet: :blobpats:
For your family and friends who are just resigned to this now: :blobpats:
For yourself: :blobpats:

@codl Back in the day, you could just remove the springs from an otherwise normal one, I assume there's something similar these days. May not apply if the joystick is heavy enough to fall sideways if it's not centered, though.

@djsundog *And* a part of said scale models! Make sure you'll be happy with your representation.

@kellerfuchs @SuricrasiaOnline "O-zone? That reminds me of... ah, yes, exactly where that link goes."

(But yes, good air filters are good and useful. I use a higher-spec-than-it-should-be filter on my central air and swap it every few months, but if that's not an option for you, standalone ones can be handy too.)

@SuricrasiaOnline Like when you sit on it, or you generate a lot of dust when putting the sheets back on the bed? Could just be that your existing sheets need replacing in general.

(I'm a big fan of "jersey" knit sheets, which are basically soft t-shirt weave, but they have a bad rep because they're not shiny or whatever. But my sheets are for sleeping in, and I generally assume I don't need to worry about impressing people with high-thread-count Egyptian cotton or whatever. No dust I've seen.)

@SuricrasiaOnline They're really only useful if you have the problem they solve. If you're having headaches or something when you wake up, it's cheap enough to try a pillowcase. But if you're not currently having those problems, they aren't an all-purpose sleep improver either.

food 

@KitRedgrave Yeah, so I definitely read the first half of this as being about food, and it still seemed moderately on-brand.

@er1n Because life wouldn't be interesting without challenges? ๐Ÿ™ƒ

@gdkar Oh no! Every time I'm trying to straighten a wrinkle out of a shirt, I reflexively think of your "so much for the tolerant weft!".

(Are you likely to be around elsewhere?)

@SuricrasiaOnline Command *hooks* are awful and un-ergonomic, but Command *strips* are great hacks for all kinds of places, like semi-permanently holding something to my monitor.

@ajroach42 @djsundog Are you by chance using line feeds instead of carriage returns? ๐Ÿค” Seems like that behavior must be on purpose.

@KitRedgrave Yeah, I assume the large ball bearings work better than the large gumballs, but I honestly haven't tried.

@manifold I'm a sucker for mandolin music, so I'd watch it, yeah.

@SuricrasiaOnline It generates state secrets and implants them in viewers... interesting. ๐Ÿค”

re: food 

@ajroach42 Ooh, I used to love the Lotte koalas.

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