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Fucking companies that always look for "senior", "top 1%", "ninjas".
But to give the opportunity for someone to become one of these, God forbid, right?
Fuck you, cunts.15
We're visiting the capital of my wife's home country, and it's frustrating how taxi drivers take advantage of the people. They don't use the taximeter and ask for a higher amount than would normally be. It's only here, though, because where we live it is illegal not to use the taximeter.
When we arrived at the airport and took a taxi, the driver was fined during the way to our hotel and once we arrived, he asked for 9 to 10x the price, because of the fine. He wanted us to cover the fine for him. Of course, we denied, and she gave a much smaller amount, of which I still think it was too much. If it was me, I'd just toss a smaller amount on the car seat and walk off. What'd he do? Tie us, put us forcibly in the trunk, and drive back to the starting point?
Indeed, the cost of living here is expensive, but they assume everybody is rich, especially if it's a foreigner. To be honest, I'm not even working right now, and she earns in dollars. We can afford all of this, but it's infuriating how shitty they are. It makes us want to stay in the room doing nothing until our flight back.
I hope we won't need to come back here again.9
TypeORM, you piece of shit.
After version 0.3.x, you decided to make the life of the fools who use you a complete nightmare. It's the second time I put myself in this hell and try to use you, but whatever "tutorial" I follow to make you work doesn't fucKING WORK.
You know, the mere fact Prisma exists automatically makes you irrelevant, worthless, and deserve to have the whole of your source code, along with any backup of course, deleted from every corner of the internet, and any physical device you might lurk in, incinerated.1
Ubuntu 22.10 and it still fails to either suspend or wake up.
Last night, I suspended it and went to sleep. In the morning, I noticed it wouldn't wake up despite the power button light being on. Then, I felt the computer was hot, unusual if it was suspended to RAM, so I imagined it did not after all, and I did not see, or it failed to wake up due to the long hours, like a jobless teenager living with the parents. Since I had previously suspended it twice without issues for a short period only, I assume it is the latter.
This is always with GNOME, too. With KDE, it failed only once and then never again in the following months I used it.
Fine, I guess. Nothing is perfect.