…and it will be glorious.
My first figure of the year will be Mimori Hinagiku (MFC) who is an original character in the SkyTube series. She’s currently on her way to me and I can’t wait anymore.
Second figure will be Makise Kuriso from Steins;Gate (MFC).
The downside is that I will probably not make it to Cock Con 2020 this year, but we can’t have everything.
This is also my first blog post in 2019, and my server is shitting itself, so maybe something will change here, too.
My habit of using the development repository on a stable debian distribution has caught up with me. I did an ‘apt-get upgrade’ on Debian Stretch (with Buster repostories), and it broke my apt.
Whenever I do any apt command now I get the same error message:
apt-get: relocation error: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libapt-private.so.0.0: symbol _ZN3URIcvNSt7__cxx1112basic_stringIcSt11char_traitsIcESaIcEEEB5cxx11Ev version APTPKG_5.0 not defined in file libapt-pkg.so.5.0 with link time reference
After a little searching around the Internet I found this bug report from the 15th of October of this year, on the Debian development mailing list:
The thread only has two replies (by the same author) but it confirmed my suspicion that it wasn’t just my problem. Apparently the newest version of gcc (7 in Andreas, the authors, case, 8 on my machine) breaks the ABI, and this affects virtually every library.
So I can’t update since I have zero clues how to fix this, but now I know where to check for updates. That’s a little bright light. At the end of the tunnel.
I recently discovered that I still got access to a web hosting account and the wordpress installation on it from my apprenticeship. And, glorious like wordpress is, the blog automatically updated and is running the latest version. I really don’t get how people get their wordpress installations infected. Like, okay, maybe if you use a plugin that doesn’t get updated very often, and so auto-update would break shit, but the solution there is not to not-update, but not to use shitty plugins which aren’t updated regulary. That’s like internet 101.
The url to this mysterious blog is http://netsh108027.web14.net-server.de/, and I can’t get an ssl certificate for it because that would mean buying one because my previous employer refuses to use let’s encrypt. They also still use their own administration interface, which is still a pain to use, but luckily you don’t have to if all you want is posting stupid shit on wordpress.
I also won’t get a real domain because that would mean fucking around in the aforementioned admin interface and adding a domain to it, and maybe my ex-boss would notice I still have this account and close it then.
Or maybe not. It’s not like it costs him big money or like the blog gets views, it doesn’t. It’s a shitty little wordpress blog like this one.
Pro-tip: If you ever want to google for web hosting sites with said company, just do a “site:web(11-15).net-server.de” and enjoy. Web11 is apparently used by some Japanese folk.
(Not really a review since I have no idea how to vocalize my taste into words. Especially with beer.)
Beer is great.
This is, or at least should be, a standard tagline for any German citizen.
Beer is fun.
At least when I’m drinking alone, in front of my pc, watching YouTube videos while playing dumb (actually, factually dumb) video games like I can’t believe it’s not gambling!.
Beer is poetry.
A good beer fills your mouth and throat like a good poem does.
Beer is dancing.
It makes you want to dance, it makes you dance (alone, in your room, probably weirding out your neighbors with your weird habits), it dances in your tummy.
Beer is art.
Fine brewed beer is a masterful craftmanship.
Beer has the potential to lead you into the light.
Sometimes I want to go drunk-driving at 3am and so far my brain has always overpowered me.
My current beer brands of choice are Flensburger and Tannenzäpfle.
When I’m back home with my mom or dad I prefer Bruch.