@Pixley I encouraged the bitmoji revival in hopes that I could finally figure it out.
attached is my application for monads
I'm thinking about how after Trump got elected we were all told we would see a flourishing of art under this newfound cultural conservative duress, and yet every single piece of "resistance" media has been just the most embarrassing shit.
the hyper local is crumbling and many blame @Laser for switching phone carriers
@swirlz that stuff covering 71% of our planet? Clearly irrelevant
side note: snails can also carry diseases and parasites (like literal brain worms) that can be passed to humans which is one of the many reasons I am anti-snail based skincare
heres the shout out they get from the paper I'm reading
"It has been estimated that only .00002-.003% of the world's species are used as a source for modern drugs/discovery. Sea snails, "nature's combinatorial chemistry factories" produce a diverse array of conotoxins, typically 10-30 amino acids in length, and active at many mammalian drug targets."
I have gotten into arguments about this with old retired white engineers who tell me studying the ocean doesnt actively help people. the #1 antiviral used to treat HIV/AIDS came from a sea sponge. first non addictive alternative to morphine? sea snail.
sea snails and sponges are honestly prolific in this sense
@pisscotheque if you go to the city you can see real life rats and roaches clipping through the irregular geometry trying to get into our homes
person next to me at this coffee shop looks just like @garfield and I'm shook