Mr. Robot is having a seizure by sawboss in whatever

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It's long been known (at least to me and brought to attention a long time ago) that this is a bot, if there is some 'russia'-shizzle going on it's this bot. Appart from mutiple same-comments, it seems to get triggered on certain words and just spews an unrelated riddle. Over all the comments giving, it's main purpose seems to be to trigger as many people as it can.

A fun exercise: write a reply about [random subject] and see the reply (might take a few days).

EDIT: I can't (anymore) test my 'overall rating' because after i've blocked it, I can't see/visit the userpage anymore, out of sight out of mind.

Saidit is worse than reddit with censorship. by Troll in SaidIt

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The Egyptians and Greeks did it way before the The Bavarian Illuminati was even conceived.

Saidit is worse than reddit with censorship. by Troll in SaidIt

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What does this even mean? Besides that you can't point out where/how you've been wronged.

Saidit is worse than reddit with censorship. by Troll in SaidIt

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https://saidit.net/static/PyramidDebate.jpg

Could you at least point out:

  • Of what these subs were accused of?

  • What you think those accusations really were on the pyramid?

The Irony is that Reddit only bans when there is a branding issue and saidit tries to have a normal debate/conversation.

Microsoft warns of major WannaCry-like Windows security exploit, releases XP patches by Mnemonic in TechSec

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Microsoft is still raking in millions from goverments all over the world to keep it patched because 'muh missle systems and stuff' run on it.

Not to mention systems life elevators, security cameras, audiorecording studios and what not that was 'super high-tech' back in the XP days, but way to costly to 'upgrade' with every windows iteration.

Making a Video Game in a Browser's Tab Icon! by Mnemonic in programming

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The video talks about that game extensively (since it's a 5 minute video :p)

‘No future for dissidents’ on social media: Paul Joseph Watson reflects on Facebook ban by fred_red_beans in censorship

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Mastodon and the fediverse is what you are looking for. (But it's free)

Brexit - Behind Closed Doors, Part 1/2 (Storyville - BBC 4) by Mnemonic in Europe

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Nigerian militia frees nearly 900 children used in war on Boko Haram by magnora7 in WorldNews

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Boko Haram? More like Beaucoup Haram.