Michael Obama reveals Malia and Sasha were conceived through IVF after miscarriage by useless_aether in conspiracy

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3 questions come to mind:

So?

Is this a conspiracy?

Why should I care?

Gab: “We Will Build Everything From The Ground Up If We Have To” by useless_aether in censorship

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I could easily find some dicey comments on Youtube, is it time to shut down youtube too?

Let's talk about a Kennedy legend you've probably never heard and why it's important today...The suspension of habeas corpus is the end of our country. by allie in conspiracy

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This guy seems smart, and he is an absolute amazing story teller. Suspension of habeas corpus over something as small as some refugees at the border would be insane.

At the same time Trump says a lot of things, and follows through on about none of it, so I wouldn't let it keep you up at night.

After Bernie got cheated in 2016 I can no longer convince myself that voting in fraudulent phony corporate elections matters. Thoughts? Are you voting? by EndlessSunflowers in WayOfTheBern

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If more people voted like me, for 3rd party candidates that had no chance of winning, then maybe someday your only option wont be Democrat or Republican, and you wont be stuck voting for candidates like Hillary, you'll have an actual choice.

Thats my thinking at least, I may be right I may be wrong. It's either that or not voting for me though. Obviously not as clever as your strategy though

After Bernie got cheated in 2016 I can no longer convince myself that voting in fraudulent phony corporate elections matters. Thoughts? Are you voting? by EndlessSunflowers in WayOfTheBern

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I vote, but I just go down the ballet and vote for anyone who doesn't have an R or a D next to their name

I dont usually know who I'm voting for, but I would take anyone not democrat or republican, and it makes me feel like I'm helping.

I would have voted for Bernie though

Why capitalism is better than socialism by voter in news

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This has got to be one of the worst written article of all time. It reads like a high schoolers essay that was written in 15 minutes. It kind of felt like every paragraph was 1/4 of a totally brand new thought.

I guess it's not an article you actually supposed to read, just a nice title that everyone would agree with

Top 10 Wikileaks Achievements by salvia_d in conspiracy

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I like Jimmy Dore, but it's tough to tell how seriously I should take him. Either way I like him though

Google’s smart city dream is turning into a privacy nightmare by Vigte in technology

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Why are you so obsessed with privacy? What are you hiding? /s

Bayer Stock Crashes After Monsanto Cancer Verdict Upheld by Judge - Analyst Estimates $800 Billion in Future Liability by useless_aether in news

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I think everyones stock is doing bad right now. Or at least all the stock I own is doing bad right now...

Looks like they're doing especially bad though.

June 15: $31.53 => Now: $18.93 (40% drop)

CSS Hole - Interactive Web Apps using only HTML and CSS by Mnemonic in programming

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Making Mario Kart with only css and html is cry for help if I've ever seen one.

Someone get this man some help!

A reminder that Monsanto and DuPont used nearly $9 million to defeat GMO labelling in Washington. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Only $9 Million? They must have bought those politicians on clearance.

Only $9 million in lobbying, probably the same amout in "donations" of one kind or another

Soldier from Texas killed by roadside bomb in Syria by voter in news

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I see, my bad, makes sense

Soldier from Texas killed by roadside bomb in Syria by voter in news

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Did the guy respawn after 7 months? Is he good now?

Why is news from 7 months ago a "warning"?

Me coming back to saidit after being busy and gone for a bit, trying to figure out what is happening. by Goober_notorious2 in AntiExtremes

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I'd been looking for a replacement to reddit for some time and thought it was either Voat or Reddit. Voat's a little.... yeah. But then saw you on Tin Foil Hat recently and jumped on board!

The US War on Terror Has Cost at least $5 Trillion and Increased Terrorism by 6,500%. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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And people wonder where we could possible get enough money to pay police officers enough.

Or where we could get the money to provide cheap/free college.

The CIA helped spread crack cocaine in black ghettos for nearly a decade and helped create the modern drug cartel network by funding the biggest Nicaraguan Contra drug dealers. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Gary Webb was a well respected journalist who claimed the CIA had a large part to play in distributing crack, and connected the CIA to the main drug cartel responsible for crack getting popular

Too bad he commited suicide. Shot himself twice in the head

There’s a reason that programmers always want to throw away old code and start over: they think the old code is a mess. They are probably wrong. The reason that they think the old code is a mess is because of a cardinal, fundamental law of programming: It’s harder to read code than to write it. by magnora7 in programming

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Agreed. But it also depends on how large the re-write is, and sometimes the old code isn't a mess, but is waaayyy to unnecessarily complex to want to read through.

A lot of times the most important part of reading someones code is knowing exactly what they were thinking, and at that point, it's garbage