Because we still can't move (I'll be on break from Uni in a week and a half, then I'll do it, I promise), we're holding off on Mastodon 3. Apologies.

Because we don't have a screaming baby on board this time, the fucking lady one seat over is watching videos of screaming kids at full volume. Wouldn't want to have a calm flight for a change...

Zwischen den beiden Shirts liegt ein Jahr, vier Fachfortbildungen, eine Fachqualifikation, eine Weiterbildung, und 3000 Kilometer Luftlinie.

Just paid €16 Cyprus customs on a package from the US. It's value? €0, a patch for being a disaster response supporter. But because shipping was €25, they charged the minimum import fee.

If you TRULY think, that I implore you to work a week as support in an ER and take the job of telling sick people that they'll have to wait another hour because "compassionate care" applies to everyone, and STEMI or needing a day off, you're same in line.

Hey guys, we're moving the move (pun, pun) of by one or two weeks. Today's pre-move testing revealed, that we have shitty connectiity between the old and new host, owing to an outage at the DECIX. This would make the rsync take ~8 hours and we're not sure if we can get everything over inside the window.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: On November 15, around 8pm GMT we'll take down to move from Digital Ocean to a better host (longer explanation in a post on as soon as we're done). The migration itself might take between 3 and 6 hours, followed by DNS propagation delays. We're setting TTL for very low, but can't guarantee that your DNS server or upstream DHCP DNS relay will catch up quickly.

New York City EMT suffers stroke driving ambulance, then colleague who came to help has aneurysm

I'm in Cyprus for more than a month now, and though I miss Munich terribly, I could get used to this. It's not a trip into the Alps, but it's got its advantages :)

Going back to school is tedious, tiring, and the people around me fall neatly into "nice" and "no way would I ever..." And, yet, I love every moment of it. School is your partner on the crapper, but if you still have butterflies going there every day, you have the right job.

Love is ... when you come home from work and your partner had the bad lobster last night, sits on the can, the door is open, and you can hear it all, see it all, smell it all... and you still love him.

That's how I feel about being here, right now.

We apologize as we fix some issues with the server. We might be up and down on for a bit. Long story: don't use certain hosts. TL;DR: Fsck!

Cyprus... Loving it here! And to think that this will be my home for the coming years...

"Currently, there are around 15,000 Thomas Cook customers in Cyprus, 8,000 of whom were to fly out this week. They include both tourists and Cyprus residents."


FACTBOX: What Thomas Cook collapse means for Cyprus


“We have no idea what’s going on - it’s utterly hopeless”. I caught up with some of the 15,000 frustrated Thomas Cook customers affected by the operator’s collapse here in Cyprus, as well as some of the many businesses who depend on tourism -


A dude moved into the dorm across from me. Big guy (Greek), gangbanger demeanor and clothes, pants down to his knees. His mother, small frame, singing, does all the cleaning and setup for him, has to assemble his desk chair.

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Mastodon Bayern

Eine bayerische Instanz vom Mastodon, für jene, die hier leben, hier gerne leben würden, oder hier mal gelebt haben.