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Hello Internet Traveller, you have come across my federated mind dump of a blog. I’ve been writing on the internet in various ways since the mid nineties (all of that was totally lost in time) and started a LiveJournal in the year two thousand.

I finally figured out how to inject posts into Plume so you can see a lot of the shit I wrote as an angsty teen old posts from the last twenty years here over the coming weeks.

If you want to say hi or send a manifesto of whatever is on your mind, you can use just about any fediverse tool to interact with this blog’s posts and comments @kevin@blog.sus.fr or use the traditional contact form.

Old entries can also be found at archive.sus.fr (for now)

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Latest articles

Dystopian AI Cartoon

I've never loved anything as much as I love this - for the wrong reasons

This Late Stage Neo Liberal Brand Capitalism is Fucking Wild

The joys of being in the job market and trying not to die

Writing here is not Ideal, but it is happening

Mirrored article from my backup blog - k.cymru

Great Thing About Drowning is it Won't Stop but there is Hope in the Strangest Places

CW : a bit ragey and tiny bit emotional - Trying to deal with these vibes by screaming in to the void

A Real-Life Video Game Adventure: Choices, Cake Baking, and Chasing Freedom

A Thrilling Real-Life Video Game Adventure Filled with Choices, Cake, and Revolution

Lost and Angry - Spewing Feels Online

Yet another situational rant, YOLO

Mass Effect 3 - Gays in Space

Why inclusive gaming really matters, and if you don't think it does, then the modders will do it for you

The Taste of Poverty

When you make too much for a food bank you're basically on your own

LiveJournal - Alas, the end always comes

A goodbye note to the LiveJournal I have loved for over twenty years, recorded here as an archived post

South Englandshire

Putting the Great in to "Don't Swim in the Water Because it's Full of Piss, Shit, and Jellyfish"

Pour one out for the Platforms that Were Lost in Time(Warner)

Yearning for the early years of journals, homepages, and all that fun stuff. Even though AngelFire sucked.

Things are Depressing

But I'm trying, as well as I can