if you're one of those "offense is taken not given" people, unfollow me plz

man: "not all men, for example i don't do that"
me: that's a bold claim, we're gonna have to investigate this. I'm gonna need detailed accounts of every social interaction you've ever ha---oh, nevermind, I'm already getting reports that contradict your assertion, from pretty much every woman you've ever talked to

@debugninja @thalon yea, that's the right command, here's the line from my crontab:

0 6 * * * cd /home/mastodon/live && RAILS_ENV=production /home/mastodon/.rbenv/shims/bundle exec bin/tootctl media remove

you can also add `--days <NUMBER>` to the end to customize how many days back you want it to start removing media

If i'm ever suddenly gone from the fediverse, don't worry about me, i'm probably fine, except that someone I know from irl decided to try this "mastodon thing" and found my profile

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@MmeLibertine my info is a couple years out of date now, but last time I knew, she had a consultant/friend that helped her with the gaelic

she's a great follow, she tends to take a lot of *beautiful* pictures of the scottish countryside, and suffers no m̶e̶n̶fools in her mentions :)

plus her books are really fun reads

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@MmeLibertine such a good thread, thanks for the link. she is one of the few people I miss after leaving twitter, her threads are always really interesting

@ella_kane (by the way, the manner in which we get "i have coffee" from "tha cofaidh agam" is a bit wild -- gaelic doesn't have the verb "to have" so it uses the prepositional pronoun "agam" - "at me". so it's literally "coffee is at me")

@MmeLibertine ugh, i didn't know who either of them were but after 5 minutes on her feed i can see that a) she's trash, and b) he deserves better

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"cèilidh" (pronounced "kay-lee") is a Scottish Gaelic word meaning "visit." It is used to describe large gatherings where communities would come together to eat, drink, and be merry.

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