Schizophrenia linked to marijuana use disorder is on the rise, study finds by socks in news

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I know two psychiatrists who both seriously question schizophrenia itself as an illness.

Why QAnon Is False by CompleteDoubterII in Debunking

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It is quite trivial to understand if you belong to the subset of humans that don't confound their own thinking for a screen others freely can project on.

To me this article looks like a semi-professional attempt on attention-whoring.

Government trying to keep their COVID story up... by JasonCarswell in memes

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Maybe in ten years or later somebody with acess to useful big data in this concern will be able to prove that lockdowns and vaccinations actually did more harm than good in this "pandemic". But since till then the only people with access to this kind of data will possibly be enhanced by bio- or genetic engineering and may live on mars, i'm not sure if the rest of us human beings will ever get to see these data. Because all government socketpuppets pushing these agendas for the 1% then have achieved what their puppetmasters wanted: Everyone not belonging to the richest 1% of world population has become not only unemployed but irrelevant.

And who of these rich people then should give a rat's ass about opposition anymore.

How are they connected? by LarrySwinger2 in memes

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Actually this is is mediocre in difficulty.

Hint 1: The human short-term memory can save the famous seven (plus /minus two) information chunks at the same time.

Hint 2: There is the small world theorem.

Hint 3: imagine you are a rich psychopath with a whole lot of freetime and conclude correctly on your peers.

Hint 4: Put in some Graph-Theory and kazam.

Sometimes you just have to admire certain Jews by Jesus in conspiracy

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Sorry, i'll never admire micropenis big showoff and money scamming-compensating behaviour.

If God liked jews, he'd have given them hair that doesn't grow out of their noses and ears.

Instead he'd have them equipped with a real dick which may or may not have incited them with the longing to actually take responsibility for what they've done and do.

He'd also possibly had given them daughters that don't fall for guys from other religions so easily.

I'm sure he'd even be happy to hear that they actually didn't intend to crucify his son.(Surely this time everyone will be believe when these sad old guys once more try to lie their heads out of this big hangman's knot).

A knot they themselves tied and no one else.

Think of the press as a great keyboard on which the government can play. Joseph Goebbels by hennaojichan in conspiracy

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You broke the (abstract and hypothetical) theory that no discussion attempt should be reduced to a nazi-relation before the sixth reply which i derive from the small-worlds-theorem. Besides: How should any reader derive anything funny from it when you take the conclusion away from them in the headline?

Why I now consider myself Jewish by fschmidt in Jews

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Have fun with the extraction attemps. Du nimmst das alles viel zu persönlich, um auch nur irgendwie annähernd glaubhaft machen zu können, dass ich hier der Nazi bin und nicht du. Wie es in Wahrheit ja ist. Einschüchterungsversuche sowie dir klassischeVerbindung von Hohlköpfen und Ämtern ist (nachweislich) ein direkter Beweis für Faschismus. Aber woher solltest du das wissen. Du verbrennst lieber Bücher, statt sie zu lesen und behauptest dann hinterher ebenso unglaubhaft, wer anders wäre es gewesen.

Nichtnazis streben keine Ämter mit Macht an. Ebensolche Leute widerlegen dich auch ohne Drohungen. Jeder machtgeile Rassist mit einem Mikropenis muss das natürlich hassen, weil er allein ja keine Frau abbekommt.

Und nochwas: Dein Job, dein Job.... Ui. Alle Leute die Netzwerke auch nur ansatzweise durchblicken stehen auf der anderen Seite der politischen Linie in diesem Land. Sicherheitshalber melde ich dich einen paar meiner Freunden hier natürlich trotzdem. Also keine Sorge. Dein Job kann so oder so nur leichter werden.

NOTEPAD++ 8.1.1 release for Windows now finally has Dark Mode! I love this program and it's the only thing I think I'll actually miss from Windows if/when I finally migrate to Mint. by JasonCarswell in technology

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Just keep swimming, just keep swimming, just keep swimming.

Mhhm. What did i just say?

SpaceX Will Start Offering WiFi from Satellites in August Despite Opposition, Risks, and Warnings by Drewski in technology

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When we then can reuse our earths orbit, after this pissing contest between "who is the richest jew" ended, wake me up again.

Don't bother by panzerF in Humor

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Most sheeple wouldn't understand. Funny though.

NOTEPAD++ 8.1.1 release for Windows now finally has Dark Mode! I love this program and it's the only thing I think I'll actually miss from Windows if/when I finally migrate to Mint. by JasonCarswell in technology

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Coincidence. My Life has been a lot like "Better call Saul" but anyways you can't call me Jimmy.

How Memory Management Works by zyxzevn in ProgrammerHumor

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Someone really should explain how this works in rust.

But i ain't so sure about my understanding of it. But i'm told almost everyday it is better than garbage collection.

And now i wonder what prolog actually does with no longer used memory...

For erlang, elixir and haskell it's easy. Because there are no classical "mutable" variables in these languages.

Mintable ERC20 Token Development | Brugu Software solutions by brugu in ProgrammerHumor

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Hilarious.

The White Stripes - Little Acorns by AmericanMuskrat in music

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White Stripes always gets a thumbs up from me. Even if i don't remember it.

NOTEPAD++ 8.1.1 release for Windows now finally has Dark Mode! I love this program and it's the only thing I think I'll actually miss from Windows if/when I finally migrate to Mint. by JasonCarswell in technology

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It's the nature of western languages that most female names are ending with an a, i suppose. I e. g. only had one gf whose name didn't end with an an a. She was a Kim. In Germany most female names not ending with an a are considered somewhat exotic, i assume.

Lithuania passes new asylum laws to deter migrants | News | DW | 13.07.2021 by carn0ld03 in Europe

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Who (the hell i should add) wants to migrate to Lithuania anyways? Aside from the fact like Estonia and Latvia that this is a very small country with negligible mean income, some of these people also are racist af and still believe hitler came to "free" them.

So It Begins — Alabama military base is first in USA to require proof of Vaccine … by panzerF in Coronavirus

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The French were earlier on this, i suppose. They now copy the Chinese way of complete surveillance of all citizen through the well-known corona-backdoor.

Maybe especially Alabama rather should check their military personnel for trisomia 21.

One big difference between men and women by [deleted] in Humor

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Usually. Tztztz.

OP clearly doesn't know the better part of me.

Brit man broke his penis VERTICALLY (?) when it 'buckled' during sex by hennaojichan in Humor

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But why? The cost of attendance in life is death. And each and everyone of us already payed this price. So what's the point here?

Imo if you aren't able to gut some pain, you aren't fit for life. Life for most parts is pain in one or another way and the earlier one accepts this fact the earlier one is actually able to live in the present instead of filming it with a "smart"phone to "uplift" their own ego for likes.

When you let go, things can go wrong. Seems very natural to me.

How Do Nuclear Submarines Make Oxygen?- Smarter Every Day 251 by ReeferMadness in TIL

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Nope. But you need a lot of electrical energy to first purify the water to a certain degree. So this is surely no problem on a nuclear sub.

Electrolysis with pure salt in fact gives pure chlorine gas but also is very costly energy-wise (except you can afford some fancy, expensive catalysts).

If they'd share their technology though on youtube i can't judge.

I suppose they use classical filters and osmosis through some membrane for the first steps of purification anyways (otherwise it may take too long) and

assume they first and mostly reuse their non-salt-water.

If you are searching for a entertaining way to get into (not only water) chemistry, i suggest you get the game factorio and after mastering factorio vanilla (getting the rocket off the planet) you download two mod collections for this game: angels and bobs mods.

If you master angels petrochem you at least have a good idea how this kind of stuff tends to work.

Most EXPENSIVE PETS in the world by pissupoosa in TIL

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I would rather not measure expenses only in money.

Those who don't follow the crowd truly do make a difference. by Pononimus in memes

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I agree and can relate. Although it is a lot easier to rip apart something that was built shitty in the first place than actually building something better.

Especially when there is a learning curve involved. You know, like when the Joker said : "you wouldn't get it."

What Makes a Great App? - RV Technologies by watsonjessica in technology

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I read today about the Chinese have their "super" app wechat with which supposedly you can do almost anything in China. (but since I'm on android, lazy af and the article was German i won't find the link easy enough) So like ordering a riksha, paying and shopping online, managing your contacts and so on. All in one app.

Googol and facebash seem to have similar apps in their pipelines because this obviously is the holy grail of surveillance capitalism and every data-brokers wet dream.

"Life is a sexually transmitted disease that no one survives." - Jason Carswell by LarrySwinger2 in quotes

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I knew it.

NOTEPAD++ 8.1.1 release for Windows now finally has Dark Mode! I love this program and it's the only thing I think I'll actually miss from Windows if/when I finally migrate to Mint. by JasonCarswell in technology

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Vim is really nice. It's my standard sw for almost everything. Especially when i got the emacs pinky ache/disease again after abusing it on my laptop where i can't reconfigure the ctrl-button to be on caps-lock. If you're interested in doing emacs and stuff like lisp with it, i suggest you also learn dvorak- (or some other "effiency"-oriented) keyboard config with it from the start, because starting emacs is hard anyways so you just give your learning curve a little more starting offset for a combined exponential payoff in work-efficiency. I bought stickers for dvorak e. g. but now i don't need them anymore.

Another pro on vim is that i so far encountered no distro where it isn't installed out of the box. For emacs this makes no sense because especially when you (re) start with it (e. g. on a new computer) you spend more time configuring it than actually using it.

NOTEPAD++ 8.1.1 release for Windows now finally has Dark Mode! I love this program and it's the only thing I think I'll actually miss from Windows if/when I finally migrate to Mint. by JasonCarswell in technology

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Sublime is like you gave up and finally only did frontend.

Sorry when i have to reattach your heads this way.

And btw: i name my machines after what they actually are: so a Nokia 5.4 is a smartphone. An x240 is a notebook. There is only one machine that actually against this convention is named "enterprise". @enterprise. I hope one you can wrap your heads around network aliases because there is a reason why i only shorten one id.

EVERY backend guy, i know will rather use vim. And if he has some balls on him he even will try emacs.

But you're excused so far as i suppose you never did erlang.

Kamala Harris future President of the USA? by Zapped in AskSaidIt

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Thumbs up for the first smart question i am asking myself.

Maybe i turn the spotlight on "else" places, but you get the picture.

Nationalism... by JasonCarswell in memes

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I will give you a full reply when i happen to find the time.

It will come as an edit so you should look it up yourself.

Well, well, well... by JasonCarswell in Coronavirus

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Thankfully i (still) happen to live in the country of thinkers and inventors.

So where's the point here? I have no fear of needles but i also had two anaphylactic shocks.

So no covid "vaccine" will ever touch this body.

I'd rather drive to nepal on my self-welded bmx.

Own your fucking voice. by JasonCarswell in memes

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I don't get the context, even though i tried.

"Life is a sexually transmitted disease that no one survives." - Jason Carswell by LarrySwinger2 in quotes

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Surely not your shit. And to expose a well-known secret: we don't have to smoke. It's just the way our minds are working and as you can see: clicking.

You don't need to understand everything. I mean i don't. Do you?

Own your fucking voice. by JasonCarswell in memes

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Now you are getting kinda akward. Even IF there ever was a Skynet, if it were smart, it sure as hell wouldn't use my code. See, almost only do haskell (which for most parts i don't even understand myself when i look at some code, I've written three months ago), elixir (similar but not quite the same problem) and lot of clean rust. But this one i only do for others,so who gives a rat's ass, right?

I bet neither me me nor you could even read, how i implemented complex rpn arithmetics almos ta year ago.

I mean i can, if i have to, but why should i give a fuck?

Own your fucking voice. by JasonCarswell in memes

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Friend?

Why are governments and administrations NOT moving to Linux? by TheAmeliaMay in Linux

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Yes.

Skyclad - The Answer Machine? by ElifromtheBook in music

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Now you can bow. A lot. The more saidit entraps me the more secrets i share.

Remember: you actually should hear this because my ears and linguistics are way better than my eyes.

GETTR is a brand new social media platform founded on the principles of free speech, independent thought and rejecting political censorship and “cancel culture”. With best in class technology, our goal is to create a marketplace of ideas in order to share freedom and democracy around the world. by JasonCarswell in technology

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This really isn't my cup of tea. I don't know shit because in fact i am employed in pure mathematics which has to do with internet like a dice has on a one with d & d. They won't tell me nothing.

Own your fucking voice. by JasonCarswell in memes

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No. No. No. No. 90 % of their network code is actually my haskell.

And if you really KNEW me you'd know that I'd implanted the laws long before they could manipulate them. There is a lot of stuff going on right now. Just not on your machine.

You'd in fact read erlang. This is the only compiler that says "no", so don't try to do my like this.

Bitcoin trader brothers vanish with '£2.5BILLION after biggest ever theft' by socks in cryptocurrency

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And Kennedy was shot by one man. Thumbs up.

Why are governments and administrations NOT moving to Linux? by TheAmeliaMay in Linux

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Because a lot of greasing money changes hands before they make new service level agreements or supplier contracts.

I watched this firsthand from a job i did for almost four years.

GETTR is a brand new social media platform founded on the principles of free speech, independent thought and rejecting political censorship and “cancel culture”. With best in class technology, our goal is to create a marketplace of ideas in order to share freedom and democracy around the world. by JasonCarswell in technology

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There is geraspora. And as far as i understand the people "befriending" me there; it should be somewhat decentralised.

Maybe i could do you a more solid one if i was interested in socialnetworks. But you can imagine how this one went: I saw the Zuck, then was getting my arm twisted into joining a german alternative mainly for students: then realized it is complete bs and since then only joined geraspora to keep in touch with non-local members of a club i am in.

And even though i actually don't use geraspor a (neither regularly or anyhow) , people seem to be very happy following my "stream" there even though i didn't do anything with it since about 4 years.

Maybe it's the smurfs i have in my stream, idk.

OnePlus Admits It Throttles Popular Apps on Its Flagship Phones by panzerF in technology

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Who'd have thought Chinese enterprises could copy US-scam-methods? Nobody could've thought that.

Nobody. Maybe except for CIA or Oracle.

Own your fucking voice. by JasonCarswell in memes

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If now anyone could understand my language this could be a nice idea...

NOTEPAD++ 8.1.1 release for Windows now finally has Dark Mode! I love this program and it's the only thing I think I'll actually miss from Windows if/when I finally migrate to Mint. by JasonCarswell in technology

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When you migrate to mint, you can have vim and emacs. If you're ready to dive into one of these (either rather shallow or extremely deep) rabbitholes you'll never miss notepad again. At least this happened to me. When i had emacs configured to full satisfaction i wept for a week when i lost the configuration because of a hdd headcrash. But since we're now living in times where ssd's and flash is everywhere i suppose you'll never encounter this problem.

What does one do when stuck with an online instructor that is less than effective for your learning methods? by Basghetti in whatever

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It's not about calling anyone out. It's about getting what your paying and working for.

I believe some humans and some methods these "types" implement are incompatible. But i also know the other side of the fence and as a teaching person you always have to compromise on the lowest common divisor that your students are able to understand. So long story short: Of course there are lazy or frustrated teachers. But sometimes it isn't even their fault.

What does one do when stuck with an online instructor that is less than effective for your learning methods? by Basghetti in whatever

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I only can speak for stem and i don't believe in learning curves or multiple choice tests for exams anyways.

But: Every faculty or institute has other persons doing either the same or something comparable. So when i was stuck in a situation like this, i'd start to knock on some doors.

Addiction to Victimhood? (22:08) ~ Men Are Good! by JasonCarswell in Psychology

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Yeah. My slang for politoxicomania or the use / abuse of more than one drug at the same time.

Studies that show that race mixing is a bad thing? by RISHABHJAINUVA in debatealtright

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I just inquired what makes you so sure about your argument. So far i didn't dispute.

I told you, I'm laying low... by JasonCarswell in memes

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I'm a very loyal soul when i comes to my online-chess, sorry.

Nationalism... by JasonCarswell in memes

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There weren't any problems with globalism if we weren't able to burn through ressources it took over a billion years to generate. And (just imagine) if there weren't any borders people couldn't be exploited so easily.

DID You Hear? Decentralized Identifiers Are Coming by panzerF in technology

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Why did you change your name ? Forgot pw ? Or what ? Tell me.

DebateAltRight banned me, and this was my response by socks in SaidIt

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You can't even know what a compass is or where it should point. If you wanna discuss this one: define compass.

Studies that show that race mixing is a bad thing? by RISHABHJAINUVA in debatealtright

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But you will surely, won't you ?

Studies that show that race mixing is a bad thing? by RISHABHJAINUVA in debatealtright

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How ironic is this from a person with hairs on his foot.

Jason Carswell debating science with /u/socks by LarrySwinger2 in memes

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And Carswell has friends. Sadly i never met /u/socks .

This one is like some palantir-approved magicians debating with an orc grunt.

Tell me where /u/socks hangs at because my magic isn't all that white like carswell's is.

I'm gonna attack the weak points in his argumentations like he has never known the colour purple.

Not to defend carswell. You realize i can have fun, too, don't ya ?

Always has been by carn0ld03 in memes

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This has some meta-level working me.

Addiction to Victimhood? (22:08) ~ Men Are Good! by JasonCarswell in Psychology

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Explain the word "addiction". Aside from the medical definition. I really don't want to mud your waters but as far as i know the word addiction is man-made.

My thesis on this is: Man made hell for another man.

As are all "drugs". You got a real opportunity here to go deeper into this topic with another sorcerer which chain-casts as least as well as you do.

Even if the "rest" of saidit never reads it.

"Life is a sexually transmitted disease that no one survives." - Jason Carswell by LarrySwinger2 in quotes

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I dissapear and then i pop up again. Isn't that the way of all things ? (No philosophy pun indented here)

Surely i ain't a person of interest otherwise they had me locked up, now shouldn't they ? (According to the mindset you may suppose for me)

FTL means "Faster than light" and sadly this has a lot more to do with welding than i ever could imagine.

Time limit by Brewdabier in help

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Try accessing saidit through tor. I suppose you won't have these problems then anymore.

Merkel promises continued support for Niger by Brewdabier in news

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She mostly cares about hiding all her physical and mental illnesses, i suppose.

Nationalism... by JasonCarswell in memes

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What in fact are nations ?

There is no counter-argument that any border on this planet isn't man-made (and as such consequently superfluous).

Survival in the Arctic by RupertTaylor493 in history

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Witz by gjmchjm in deutsch

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Eine Demokratie hält auch Rassisten aus.

I told you, I'm laying low... by JasonCarswell in memes

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Maybe you want to register on https://www.schacharena.de/new/erstbesucher.php .

Then we two can give it a try via E Mail, e.g. .

There is no visible exit by zyxzevn in ProgrammerHumor

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I use both for different appliances. And when i feel lazy i use geany or sometimes even nano.

The Toiletpaper Problem in Javascript by zyxzevn in ProgrammerHumor

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You should stop bashing javascript. Everyone who has to do it can feel the pain.

I e.g. tried doing arrays in javascript and after numerous tries i gave up and switched to python and django.

2021... by JasonCarswell in memes

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Nice.

In a 2003 meeting between George W. Bush and Tony Blair, Bush proposed the idea of painting a U.S. military aircraft in fake United Nations markings and flying it over Iraq to provoke a shootdown, providing a pretext for invasion. (NY times) by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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So NOW Bezos is redirecting all his conned money to democrats.

Just let me ask one question here: You like your favourite slavedriver to make your opinion and federal politics now, don't ya?

I told you, I'm laying low... by JasonCarswell in memes

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It is in fact a tactic, i suppose. But since you don't do chess.. .

why is this forum so dead? by [deleted] in whatever

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I really appreciate this comment.

"Information is power. But like all power, there are those that want to keep it for themselves." -Aaron Swartz. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Remember me. Eventhough i got a git. Compartimentilization just doesn't fit his time. He was way too good to apply military tactics to a brawl he didn't even know to exist.

He actually believed shit people told him.

I feel sad for him in a way.

Software Development Is Misunderstood Quality is fastest way to get code into production by Pis-dur in programming

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Haskell also is misunderstood.

Even when they completely copied it 1:1 into python3 nobody actually uses it.

So OP: What is the point here ?

I hope you got at least one.

"Life is a sexually transmitted disease that no one survives." - Jason Carswell by LarrySwinger2 in quotes

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I don't think you did a poor job. Maybe somewhat quick but definitely not poor.

When i was young i did a lot of nice weed (till i didn't hit me any more) then i switched to mushrooms and i had other short but brief interrupts of my conscious life.

Then: To "heighten" the "kick" i started combining stuff and i strongly advise against this. Because even though i am physically very robust, for the most parts are somewhat "immune" to some drugs and even knew somehow what i was doing:

This was the first time in my life i was entrapped in my own mind and you may or may not imagine how "real" some delusions may be that you can experience.

I neither wanna stretch this argument nor overstretch your time reading this.

To make a long story short and two complex minds maybe at least somewhat happier than they were before:

You as well as me don't believe 99,2 % of bs thrown at us. My way of handling this dilemma maybe differ from yours.

It seems to me like you are putting a lot more interest into actually interpreting what is or was happening and the using your excellent memory and definitions to ask even harder questions. And i accept the props you just gave me for somewhat being able to do the same. Even though this one on my end of things doesn't happen "like" it happens on your end.

I'm more like a "social" guy. So i look more into (or at least try to or do it even unconsciously [we are getting into some deep shit here...] ) what people felt and maybe motivated them to do this and that. This one is really hard to explain because per definition i am somewhat a heavy hitter on some asperger-autism-scales.

For me a synthesis e.g. could be: Maybe we both should focus our specific talents more and on the other hand give them more room to unfocus. So for you this could imply not relying on language this hard. I know that in 90 % of cases you don't accept the discussion and conclusively don't get into it because you proved your argument to yourself. Which is about as hard as it can get.

So (to explain, to exclude and finally make some discussions more sophisticated) : My end on this is:

My memory is very perforated by mentioned drugs but not only. I am forgetful by nature and i was even before i knew what drugs actually are. On the other hand: If anyone (someone) asked me what my most liked job is:

I like to put people at their best. We (realize this simple fact!) can differ on opinions, e.g. if Q or Carswell had an "idea" saving humanity by changing the gravity constant.

Way more fascinating should be changing alpha. By a bit somehow or somewhat at least. At this point i have to tell you the fact that i am neither Indian nor an Engineer. But maybe you can somewhat feel the story behind all this now: I can imagine where we could be and every fucking day i see where we are. Doesn't this make you sad?

To me it does that. But as i said. I'm an autist so why should i give a rat's ass.

But i understand: Star Trek is only fiction.

Another fact is: When they put me in a somewhat small place with nothing (i won't go further on that one) i had Pi, e and the root of 2 all to 20 digits exact with not even 12 hours gone. This is especially relevant since i know how to calculate stuff because i got a title on this. German surveyor. This one more or less implies if you don't got the method or process, I'm certified to find it.

A pencil and a paper can really build your mind, all theses PDE's, all this really interesting stuff but because you can't prove horseshit you sit there and wait on fucking Vulcan to react.

We OWN this. Just not everyone.

Our world has gotten very stochastic to say at the least.

When i am allowed to speak free and easy i hope to get buried next to excellent minds such as yours while building an ftl-engine.

Usually (you know? We still are humans) somethings gets forgotten about.

Be kind to your mind (a poem) by LarrySwinger2 in whatever

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As if my mind were kind to me...

Adorable anyways.

Facebook starts asking users if they're concerned about their friends "becoming an extremist" by Drewski in propaganda

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What do you actually believe?

Because other than some low-level complaining from a very small soapbox i really can't recognize any information in your comment. Even though i tried.

"Life is a sexually transmitted disease that no one survives." - Jason Carswell by LarrySwinger2 in quotes

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Stoned is an elastic word. Please elaborate.

The Jew Scam List by Jesus in conspiracy

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Interesting list. If i had more time, i'd really love to look deeper in their world.

Facebook reverses policy on ban of posts saying Covid-19 was man-made by AziBase in WorldNews

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Spineless con-corporation facebash is.

Just like their lizard "boss".

This is just another proof of this fact. I really don't get get why other megacorps won't stop throwing money at them.

Israeli officers were filmed beating Palestinian inmates. No one arrested, case closed by Drewski in WorldNews

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Same procedure as every year? Yes.

All We Have To Do... (Before It Is Too Late) by EddieC in LateStageCapitalism

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Getting people actually engaged to do something about this was, is and seems to stay hard on this endeavour.

Imo most people are occupied in their everyday life hunting money to buy stuff they mostly don't even need.

And even in their freetime most of them rather watch streaming or "enjoy" other forms of low-level entertainment because it is just so much more convenenient than getting of one's ass and start knocking on some doors.

But i really appreciate reminders like this one.

Female corrections officer jailed for sex with inmate in front of 11 others by AziBase2 in whatever

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There is some serious biological and psychological point to this but both are hard to explain.

Alsi i wouldn't generalise this. Many are severly damaged.

Audacity Is Now A Possible Spyware, Remove It ASAP. he parent company is a multi-national company and it has been trying to start a data-collection mechanism in the software. While Audacity is nothing more than a desktop program, its developers want to make it phone home with various data taken... by Pis-dur in technology

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But with some time and dedication you can even unbug your android device. I'm doing this with my devices now for some time. My goal is to ungoogolize my world and then maybe write down somewhere how it can be done without loosing to much usability.

That's the dilemma between these.

Thesis: Using a Sim-card and a smartphone let's the CIA, Google and your local provider in on your life by [deleted] in AskSaidIt

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I did this by connecting the cellphone to a router via wlan and then inspecting the packets and their destinations.