My name is Jake.
Like all websites, the about me page must have a self portrait; here is mine.
Self portrait of Jake Thoughts, by Jake Thoughts.
My email's tld, .top, is suspicious according to spamassassin so there is a very good chance my email may end up in your spam folder or even outright rejected/no-queued. Sad!
Thinking about sending me an email? Just do it, don't think.
Jake, when he receives an email.
Who am I?
My name is Jake. I am just a */Linux noob who actually unironically uses Arch (did you know it has auto-installer now? Lol). Everything I know about Linux is because of Arch so I want to give my heartfelt thanks to it. I won't claim to have a lot of experience with computers but I will share what I find to be interesting or useful. This website was created as a way to say mean things about the elite of the world but ended up being a place where I actually amuse myself endlessly. 'Would this be cool?' is something I actually ask myself often when it involves my website and if the answer is yes my next question is 'how hard would it be?' and if the answer is easy then I do it. Otherwise I place it on the back burner of things I want to do which to be honest is quite large.
(These are more plan than project.)
- The Game. There are other game projects, but this game is The Game. If I learn proper game-dev-ing, it is for this project alone. Prototypes seem to suggest that this game is doable even as a one man army. I spend too much time thinking about it instead of making it.
- 'The Manga.' Similar to the game, except I can't draw.
- Comment System? I think this qualifies as a project.
Things that I like
- Freeze peach
- GNU/FSF project, despite the SJW tier stuff.
- Good people
- Falun Gong (Not the social movement which is described as cultish by actual members)
- Making 'old style' advertisments for my meager website
- Photos of animals
- Dank memes
- The color blue
- UEFI only allows 'secure' os
- Future motherboards ship UEFI without 'legacy support' and prevent the user from disabling secure boot and requires an active internet connection to even turn on (to make sure evil hackers haven't librebooted your UEFI chip). I am convinced that UEFI is a weapon to only allow windows, macos, and nothing else to boot in the coming future.
- White genocide.
- Not being able to find a job that doesn't involve risking my senses and/or my life.
- Big tech wins.
- Medical tyranny.
- Becoming a debt-slave or a wage-slave.
- Being drafted into WW3.
Things I want
- To become a better person, eventually the perfect being that I can be. I think this is possible but will be somewhat difficult.
- A farm with essentially dial-up internet available. Additionally, with some acres of land where I grow my crops to feed myself and people that I care for. Barn animals too, I like sheep even though they are accidentally suicidal.