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01:19 23.03.2021

Today's shit was very much like the last one I posted a picture of, except for it's smaller thickness and larger length. The texture was nice, although it was not a very compliant son of a bitch. I eventually had to wipe it out with toilet paper. I am sorry for not providing a picture, but the view was obstructed by ass wipes once I was done. This wasn't a very good shit, but it also wasn't bad neither.

 
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from chronicles of diarrhea

Today I had three times my moment. Seriously I'm not making this up. A regular meal, although a bit excessive. it doesn't justifying going to the shitter THREE times. Oh well thou gotta do what thou gotta do. I skipped blogging the second because oh well that could happen but the third means that a blog needs to be written. Nothing special intake, three meals like recommended. Didn't feel like eating snacks after the last meal which is unsual. Hopefully tomorrow isn't as turbulence because its exhausting. Lol peace out

 
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from chronicles of diarrhea

Not diarrhea this time but worthy nonetheless. I obviously didn't had enough fluids today meaning it was quite a squeeze and dropped two little snakes. According to some monkey in the new republic it means 'movement and change' in Chinese. Oh well that might actually be true and its not my bowels moving. Feeling better overall. Clean flush, not so bad. Shit you not.

 
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from chronicles of diarrhea

After hours of slowly letting go pressure of the day a big shit was laid upon the throne. It was little squeeze yet little bits of what was first ingested. The deliverable required multiple flushes and manual cleaning of both the throne and myself. Many weight was transferred and the relief was great.

 
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from chronicles of diarrhea

A moment of poop. Let's take a moment. Face it, not literally please. There is a reason it has toxic fumes. Don't eat it or apply it to yourself or your sexual partner(s). Unless you are into that, that's all up or down to you. Anyway back to let's take a moment. Isn't it amazing how we have to separate ourselves from the busy life. Temporary lockdown just you and your bowels. We even lock our doors in most societies or take some bushes a bit away from where we eat. Disturbing someone during this process is highly funny and awkward. At some time in life unless you shit yourself earlier to death this is reversed and someone will need to help wipe ass. A moment of poop together.

 
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from chronicles of diarrhea

Ok my previous post was a bit shit. As the writer of these chronicles i don't want to write from a mighty porcelain throne but rather share the amazing experience that all those who can solve captcha can relate to. Many shitheads keep on going about their cooking and how delicious their meals we're made. Of course that is of great importance of the final end production that we deliver to the magical hole that either accepts or rejects it. Earlier I mentioned that only those who solve captcha participate in this cult yet we cannot forget the amazing animal kingdom that contributes to our loggings. Also a shoutout to midek who promptly delivered this shitty platform. I was like “give blog” and great release without any pressure. It's like being at someone's house and they acknowledge you ruining their bathroom. Thank you, I won't let you down piece of shits.

 
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from midek

Rofi comes with modi for your open windows, ssh connections, binaries in path, and desktop files.
There are also multiple projects that use Rofi as a general UI like rofi-pass.

All those nice features already make it super useful by default, but why not make your life even easier by adding more modi?

Since we can already search all ssh connections, it works nicely when you also add all the other connection types, such as VNC connections or even RDP connections that you make frequently.

A simple modi that lists files in a directory and executes them will look like this:

#!/usr/bin/sh
remote_files=$(ls -1 ~/remote/)

if [ "$@" ]
then
	coproc ( xterm -e ~/remote/"$@" > /dev/null 2>&1 )
	exit;
else
	for remote_file_scripts in $remote_files
	do
		echo "$remote_file_scripts"
	done
fi
exit 0

Add this to your rofi modi and combi in ~/.Xresources with:

rofi.modi: combi,run,window,drun,ssh,remote:~/.config/rofi/remote.sh
rofi.combi-modi: window,run,ssh,remote

and put your VNC shell scripts in the ~/remote/ dir. My connection files usually look like this:

#!/bin/bash
vncviewer 10.0.0.22 -passwd <(vncpasswd -f <<<$(pass show devices/kvm-stahl | head -n1))

(yes, it takes passwords directly from pass, isn't it comfy?)

Now when you search your rofi combi, it will also show all the scripts from that directory.


Another thing i am doing, is tightly integrating rofi with my browser and bookmarks manager.
Fortunately, vimb stores all its browsing history in ~/.config/vimb/history so its as simple as cat'ing it out.
For bookmarks i use shiori in json mode to get the urls. I used to parse it with shiori print -j | jq '.[] .url' | tr -d '"' but turns out jq is slow as shit and its way better to just do some grepping and seding.

So, rofi script to integrate with a browser would look like this:


#!/usr/bin/sh
mybookmarks="$(shiori print -j  | grep '\"url\"' | tr -d '[:blank:]' | sed -e s/\"url\":\"/\/g -e s/\",//g)"

myhistory="$(tac ~/.config/"$BROWSER"/history | cut -f 1 | uniq)"


if [ "$@" ]
then
	coproc ( "$BROWSER" "$@" > /dev/null 2>&1 )
	exit;
else
	echo "$myhistory" "$mybookmarks"
fi

exit 0

After adding it to modi and combi:

rofi.modi: combi,run,browse:~./config/vimb/vimb.sh,window,drun,ssh,remote:~/.config/rofi/remote.sh
rofi.combi-modi: window,run,ssh,remote,browse

not only can you now directly search your entire browsing history and bookmarks, you can also select the browse modi and enter a URL or query to launch the browser immediately.

With qutebrowser, it was slightly harder to get the browsing history, but its still possible by querying its sqlite database sqlite3 ~/.local/share/qutebrowser/history.sqlite .dump – everything is pretty much the same from there.

 
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from one

  • Parses the whole post / article (text), acting as a proxy, providing a preview (some posts might not load because bot handles all the requests over Tor).

  • Converts YouTube, Reddit, Twitter, Instagram links to respective privacy focused front-ends.

  • Converts (several) clearnet site links to respective onion links (includes news media / publication / online services sites).

  • Rates linked services privacy / ToS friendliness (Grade A to F, according tosdr.org)


The bot will place custom m.reaction (DM preview / DM alternative) on link containing message which will trigger (if clicked) the bot to send converted alternative links and requested articles (will include media elements soon) in a separate room. This achieves utmost efficiency and opens up potentials for more new features.


Available onion sites:

➤ Freedom of the Press Foundation, ➤ The New York Times, ➤ The BBC, ➤ ProPublica, ➤ Intercept, ➤ Archive.is, ➤ Facebook, ➤ PrivacyToolsIO, ➤ ProtonMail.



MXID of the bot: @nu:fairydust.space


Support room: Join

 
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from midek

Software in the same categories are sorted by how often i use it or how much i like it.

Webshit

Bookmark Manager

Web Browser

Email

Reading

Sending

Downloading

Notifications

Matrix Client

RSS

Downloading

Torrenting

Personal Information Management

Calendar

Contacts

Tasks

Server

  • Nextcloud

Synchronization

Universal stuff

Filesystem

  • zfs

VPN

Terminal Emulator

  • urxvt
  • alacritty
  • st
  • konsole

Shell

  • Zsh
  • Bash

File Manager

Password Manager

Application Launcher

Window Manager

  • bspwm
  • awesome

Text Editor

  • vim

Music Playback

Server

  • mpd

Client

Video Playback

Server

Client

PDF Reader

Servers

Virtualisation

Deployment Atomisation

  • Ansible

Video Hosting

Media Manager

Communication

Email

  • Postfix+Dovecot+Spamassassin+postgrey

Chat

 
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