ECONOMIC IMPLOSION: 25% Of NYC Renters Haven't Paid Since March by EndlessSunflowers in news

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That's insane. And the landlords aren't getting paid, so they're going to default on their mortgages too.

It's like Jon Stewart said in 2008... why bailout the banks when you could just bail out the loanholders, which would make the whole system solvent again, at a fraction of the cost of pumping of the stock market, because it addresses the base assets rather than the derivatives?

Apparently the Federal Reserve's answer to this was "It creates a moral hazard".

But them somehow giving literally trillions to their buddy banks for completely failing, is not a moral hazard? They're literally incentivizing failure at the trillion-dollar level with these giant banks, who now price these bail-outs in to their expected budgets! The whole thing has gone off the rails and could be fixed with a little but of unconditional basic income. That $1200 everyone got, should be every month until the end of the year. And that money comes out of what would be given to the banks, since that money will immediately go towards paying rent and mortgages anyway!

It's ridiculous!

Huh... /r/joerogan set to private by ThisMyAccount in JoeRogan

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Well, welcome to saidit all joe roganers!

Another ban wave just happened. by EmptyCode in MeanwhileOnReddit

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June 10th, exactly a month ago: https://www.theverge.com/2020/6/10/21285835/reddit-board-replacement-alexis-ohanian-michael-seibel-y-combinator

That fits the timeline about right. Just enough time to get his office set up and learn how things work, and then start making "informed" orders about what subs to remove to clean up saidit.

Meanwhile Ohanian can just walk away from the train wreck and take none of the blame... haha

Alternative theory: Maybe Huffman wanted to do these changes, and will pin it all on the new black guy, just like they did with Ellen Pao. And then he'll quit in a year or so, just like Pao, yet Huffman will stay. I could see that happening too.

SJC Raises his hand at GOO again. by Xenial in Ice_Poseidon2

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I wish some big nig would kill this faggot already

No advocating violence

Another ban wave just happened. by EmptyCode in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Well the timing is just very coincidental. They haven't done mass bans like this in quite some time, and now they've done 2 rounds of it in under a week.

I can easily imagine the new diversity-hire ceo wanting to "shake things up" and show how they're going to set a new tone for reddit, and cracking down. To me, it seems like the most likely scenario of why they're doing this now

Wtf is with all the antisemitism here? by aThievingStableboy in whatever

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Yeah it's the ultimate taboo in their mind, I'm sure.

Mayor of Seoul, Korea found dead by magnora7 in WorldNews

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Yes. But at least they were able to use mass protest to effectively oust their prime minister in 2017 after it was discovered she was getting guidance from some dark cult: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2016%E2%80%932017_South_Korean_protests

So their means of protest is more functional than in the US, which is the sign of a healthy democracy. So despite the flaws, it's perhaps still maybe not so terrible. But this mayor thing is obviously not good

Mayor of Seoul, Korea found dead by magnora7 in WorldNews

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Uhh wasn't the South Korean prime minister the one who was ousted via mass protests, just a few years ago, because of her connection to some "black magic cult" or something?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2016%E2%80%932017_South_Korean_protests

So maybe that ties in to the Gilsangsa Temple

Wayfair internet-based human trafficking ring discovered? by magnora7 in pedogate

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Yes this is a very good point. It could be a maxwellhill cover. It is absolutely everywhere on that sub.

Ghislane Maxwell's father, Robert Maxwell, owned Macmillan/McGraw-Hill which is the largest public school textbook manufacturer in the USA. This may also be what the "maxwellhill" username is referencing by magnora7 in WorldNews

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Yeah it's like peeling back this onion of lies.

The nice thing that is at some point you start expecting it to be lies, so it stops being a shock to peel back more layers. But one has to be careful not to get too cynical with this attitude. The natural world still exists, and trees and plants never lie :)

Wayfair internet-based human trafficking ring discovered? by magnora7 in pedogate

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Yeah and one of the head wayfair owners got an award from the Clintons a few years ago, what a coincidence

Linux Mint drops Ubuntu Snap packages by magnora7 in Linux

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Yeah I also am a fan of mint.

I had it on a hot-install USB stick, and a laptop would boot on to the USB stick with default OS settings with nothing installed. And everything worked perfectly every time from the default install with no changes, it was impressive. I used it like that for months.

Ghislane Maxwell's father, Robert Maxwell, used to own Conde Nast, which is the company that bought reddit by magnora7 in Collusion

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Yeah that's not a bad idea. I was pretty conflicted about removing it or not. Oh well, it's off hot now

How Developers Stop Learning: Rise of the Expert Beginner by magnora7 in programming

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Worked for me. Although I'm still not that great at some super-high-level stuff because I started low.

Mayor of Seoul, Korea found dead by magnora7 in WorldNews

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Interesting, you could be right.

I think it's more likely she killed him, than him having covid though. Maybe covid would be the cover story though. Just another guess though, I don't really know.

A Web-Based Version of Window XP's MS Paint by magnora7 in Internet

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Yeah it's fun to play around with

Why I am deeply alarmed by reddit censorship by Jizera in MeanwhileOnReddit

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In terms of the internet specifically, I think part of it is that the barrier to access for things like internet forums has become so low that there's literally lots of 8 year olds talking on the forums, whereas 20 years ago, most people online were at least highschool or older and it was a little hard to figure out so you had to be somewhat smart and capable to get there in the first place. Whereas now they can give a baby a phone with a reddit app installed and they can post. The internet used to be filled with geeks, because those were the only people who cared enough to figure it out. Now it's so ubiquitous you can sneeze and accidentally post on the internet

Why I am deeply alarmed by reddit censorship by Jizera in MeanwhileOnReddit

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their personal objectives (getting virtue points) is often at odds with the objectives of the organisation (gaining market share, making money)

I think that's why they decided not to do an IPO and not to become a publicly-traded company. Because if they did, then doing what you said would actually be illegal and they could go to jail or get massive fines, instead of it merely being bad business sense.

Why I am deeply alarmed by reddit censorship by Jizera in MeanwhileOnReddit

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When you could be a centrist and skate by, it was okay.

Now centrist opinions are banned.

Then they're so far left they even started banning some center-left opinions. This is going to backfire bigtime, because that's most of the people on reddit. They're just on an ideological purity trek, and they're alienating more and more of their userbase as they do so.

Why I am deeply alarmed by reddit censorship by Jizera in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Yes, I have to wonder, if a website is the #6 most visited website on the entire internet, shouldn't that be considered a public utility? Why is a private company with a few randos at the head, able to completely control and censor international discourse? It's quite insane, if you really step back and look at it.

That's why we need like 100 reddit alternatives, and they all need activity. We need to democratize our speech by democratizing our presence around the internet.

The fact everything on the internet has coalesced around Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit, is just upsetting. I think that era is coming to an end for obvious reasons.

Another ban wave just happened. by EmptyCode in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Wow even LGBdroptheT

They've gone all-in on the idea that "criticizing trans is not allowed" apparently.

I wonder who is pulling the trigger on these decisions. I wonder if it's the new exec that took Ohanian's place

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Oh okay that sounds fine by me. As long as you've got tabs on it, I'm happy.

Top section is broken.. by DustWasMe in Ice_Poseidon2

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Hah yeah. Thanks for figuring out the exact scope of the problem though, that's helpful

Top section is broken.. by DustWasMe in Ice_Poseidon2

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well at least it's a small bug then :)

Top section is broken.. by DustWasMe in Ice_Poseidon2

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/u/d3rr maybe can look at this one possibly, this is a caching or database issue

Wayfair internet-based human trafficking ring discovered? by magnora7 in pedogate

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Maybe it's nothing, maybe it's not, I don't know. I'm just making this info available so more people can look in to it

Wayfair internet-based human trafficking ring discovered? by magnora7 in pedogate

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Sorry for the reddit link, but the discussion in the comments is pretty key to understanding what this is about, this is all brand new and people are just starting to connect the dots in the last day or two.

Looks like wayfair-brand furniture is selling these cabinets for $14k each through wayfair. Then they got called out for this being weird pricing with huge differences in what appear to be similar models, and then they removed all of them suddenly without explanation. Then it turns out if you google (or yandex) the serial numbers from the cabinets, it shows lewd pictures of children. And then the unique names of the cabinets match the names of missing children, which is shown in this tweet: https://twitter.com/darrianperdue/status/1281488352164929539?s=21

Supreme Court Rules Nearly Half of Oklahoma is Indian Reservation by Vigte in news

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who may well be able to rape, murder and steal with no consequences.

Uh, I'm pretty sure the tribal laws also has rules against murder and rape...

Ghislane Maxwell's father, Robert Maxwell, used to own Conde Nast, which is the company that bought reddit by magnora7 in Collusion

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Yeah there was some info I read that was incorrect, but I corrected it as best I could

Ghislane Maxwell's father, Robert Maxwell, used to own Conde Nast, which is the company that bought reddit by magnora7 in Collusion

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Yeah I thought about it, but I didn't want to delete all the discussion. I added edits to everything. I made an updated post: https://saidit.net/s/WorldNews/comments/5ar2/ghislane_maxwells_father_robert_maxwell_owned/

Ghislane Maxwell's father, Robert Maxwell, used to own Conde Nast, which is the company that bought reddit by magnora7 in Collusion

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Looks to be correct, and a Vanderbilt is the CEO as well.

Reminder that new members are only aware of 30 or so subs they are automatically subbed to as they sign in. by kokolokoNightcrawler in AskSaidIt

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The welcome message that new users get in their inbox explains this

Gary Larson releases new Far Side comics by philosopher in funny

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Always loved Far Side. I think he was a bit too protective with the copyright and it limited the spread of his comics (unlike, say Garfield or Peanuts) but the quality of the jokes were top-notch

World of Warcraft is adding Gender Changes to the Barber. Anyone who posts anything against it gets banned. by teelo in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Imagine spending your day sitting around banning people on an internet forum for talking about the gender of a fictional video game character

"Reddit banning all users commenting on Maxwellhill threads. Closing threads of this theory that is now blowing up. This should let you know that there is basis behind this theory. Reddit has been shaped as a pedo-apologist website for a decade. Mossad/CIA infiltration." r/conspiracy by asterias in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Ghislane Maxwell's father owned Macmillan Publishing and was also a Mossad agent. Macmillan/McGraw-Hill is the #1 producer of textbooks in US schools.

Macmillan = Maxwell.

Macmillan/McGraw-Hill = MaxwellHill

Supreme Court Rules Nearly Half of Oklahoma is Indian Reservation by Vigte in news

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I don't know much about it, but from what I understand the two systems will mesh. Basically if you're native american you live by tribal law rules, but if you're just american then everything carries on as normal. So I think it just frees Native Americans up in that area to live by their own rules.

But there's a lot more details to how it works, I'm sure.

Platform Preference by Edvin in SaidIt

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Yeah I personally don't use the app, but it has over 5000 downloads so I guess some people find it useful

Mayor of Seoul, Korea found dead by magnora7 in WorldNews

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Maybe it's a stupid point to bring up the DMZ. My point is he had a lot of people who wanted him dead, I'm sure, so the fact he's in danger should at least bring questions to the suicide theory

Ghislane Maxwell's father, Robert Maxwell, used to own Conde Nast, which is the company that bought reddit by magnora7 in Collusion

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Yeah the textbook thing freaks me out a bit tbh. Every Macmillan texbook is basically Mossad...

Ghislane Maxwell's father, Robert Maxwell, owned Macmillan/McGraw-Hill which is the largest public school textbook manufacturer in the USA. This may also be what the "maxwellhill" username is referencing by magnora7 in WorldNews

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Now McGraw-Hill is owned by this $300 billion dollar international company: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apollo_Global_Management

And the CEO of that is also the president of the Museum of Modern art in NYC and has a net worth of $8.8 billion: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leon_Black

Ghislane Maxwell's father, Robert Maxwell, used to own Conde Nast, which is the company that bought reddit by magnora7 in Collusion

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Correction: Macmillan publishing does not own conde nast, so Maxwell does not own reddit. However the CEO of conde nast is a Vanderbilt: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cond%C3%A9_Nast

And it appears Macmillan/McGraw-Hill, who makes probably 70% of US textbooks, was owned by maxwell as well:

Macmillan's school publishing operations were merged into a joint operation with McGraw-Hill in 1989. McGraw-Hill acquired full ownership of Macmillan/McGraw-Hill in 1993 after Maxwell's death.[30]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macmillan_Inc.

So the largest US textbook maker, was owned by a Mossad agent until 1993.

Ghislane Maxwell's father, Robert Maxwell, used to own Conde Nast, which is the company that bought reddit by magnora7 in Collusion

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Maxwell again put all his energy into business, successively buying the British Printing Corporation, Mirror Group Newspapers and Macmillan Publishers, among other publishing companies.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Maxwell

On October 31, 2006, Condé Nast acquired the content aggregation site Reddit,[16] which was later spun off as a wholly owned subsidiary in September 2011.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cond%C3%A9_Nast

Although I can't find that Macmillan publishing owned conde nast, I had previously read that somewhere but I guess it was incorrect. However the CEO is a Vanderbilt: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cond%C3%A9_Nast

Although it appears Maxwell/McGraw-Hill, who makes probably 70% of US textbooks, was owned by maxwell as well:

Macmillan's school publishing operations were merged into a joint operation with McGraw-Hill in 1989. McGraw-Hill acquired full ownership of Macmillan/McGraw-Hill in 1993 after Maxwell's death.[30]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macmillan_Inc.

TIL that Madagascar was not inhabited from nearby Africa, but from Indonesia some time between 200 and 500 AD. by Jashfior in TIL

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I guess the Indonesians were a sea-faring people as Indonesia is a chain of islands, so they had boat tech figured out, so it makes sense I suppose. Still surprised me a bit though

The last big banning of different communities made me disappointed by BlueSkyPeriwinkleEye in Introductions

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Welcome. There are more and more hobby communities popping up as saidit grows, and I hope to see more of them too!

Many people come here from censorship on subs like consumeproduct or gendercritical, so those types of disucssions are what matters more to them. The hobbyists subs don't get bothered by reddit, so they're content to stay. But at some point I imagine the censorship will even start affecting those subs, and they will begin to migrate to saidit as well. It will take time though.

But like we often say here on saidit, be the posts you want to see in the world! The communities can only grow if someone first plants the seeds with a few posts.

Anyway, happy to have you here.

Wtf is with all the antisemitism here? by aThievingStableboy in whatever

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I'm certain Jews that speak out against Zionism would be treated like blacks that speak out against BLM.

Yeah that's a great analogy.

And using American military to do it.

You got it. That's why the US invaded Iraq, Kuwait, Syria, and many others. The US military is a tool of Israel's expansionist imperialism.

This explains a lot about everything leading up to WWII...

Yeah exactly. If you want to learn some very interesting stuff most people don't know about, read these two wikipedia articles.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balfour_Declaration

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haavara_Agreement

Ghislane Maxwell's father, Robert Maxwell, used to own Conde Nast, which is the company that bought reddit by magnora7 in Collusion

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I guess Robert Maxwell owned Macmillan Publishing Inc, which owned Conde Nast. edit: this part is not true

And Swartz left the project just a couple months after it was bought by Conde Nast.

edit: After further research, Conde Nast is owned by the Vanderbilts, and not the Maxwells. So this post is false. But the Maxwells do own the textbook manufacturer Macmillan/McGraw-Hill, which is possibly where the maxwellhill name comes from

Wtf is with all the antisemitism here? by aThievingStableboy in whatever

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Approving of sending US taxpayer money to Israel is clear cut Zionism to me.

Yeah I'd agree with that. I think the real core of Zionism is the belief that Jerusalem (where Mt. Zion is) belongs to Israel, and they want the Dome on the Rock gone, and the Temple of Solomon rebuilt in its place. To me, that's the central core of Zionism, and stuff like giving money to Israel is just a part of that goal.

Another way to put it is that Zionism is Israeli Imperialist Nationalism. Supporting expansion of the Israeli empire.

And of course this rise in Zionism was funded in the 1860s by the Rothschilds, to whom the Balfour declaration that created Israel is addressed.

I've still seen VERY few Jewish people that are not pro Israel.

Yeah because they know if they speak out, they will get in a lot of trouble because Zionists have so much power over Judaism. In a lot of ways, no one has abused the Jews more than the Zionists. The anti-Zionist Jews are basically told to shut up and sit in the corner, as their ideology is stolen and spearheaded by a power-hungry organization.

And then of course Zionism is a more encompassing term because the majority of Zionists are Christians, not Jews. This is the purpose of Freemasonry, to get Christians to support Zionism and rebuilding the Temple of Solomon (after which many of the 33 levels of Freemasonry are named)

TIL that "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective", "The Mask", and "Dumb and Dumber" were all released in 1994. by skunkwerx in TIL

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Jim Carrey was busy that year!

Looking back, I think 1997 was one of the best years for media. So many awesome things came out in 1997.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1997_in_film

Titanic, men in black, good will hunting. And also the n64 came out.

Thankyou by Suzieq in conspiracy

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No problem, glad to have you here.

Platform Preference by Edvin in SaidIt

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Nice poll!

And the next question... of the people using their phones, how many are using the app, vs just going to saidit.net in their phone browser (which is what I personally prefer)?

Seattle Public Schools will reopen to students of color before reopening to white students by nostromo in politics

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Didn't segregating education by color end in the 1960s?

Seattle - bringing back racism we haven't seen for 60 years

TIL that "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" is one of the most profitable films of all time with a 6150% return on investment by skunkwerx in TIL

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I remember that movie being a huge phenomenon for like a year.

I think the reason the returns were so high was because it was super cheap to make! No special effects... just a bunch of no-name actors, some food, and a bottle of windex, haha

edit: The article says the budget was $6m, which is super low for a film that grossed 1/4 as much as Lord of the Rings

Mayor of Seoul, Korea found dead by magnora7 in WorldNews

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Seems pretty bad that the mayor of a capital city went missing and was later found dead. Seoul is right next to the DMZ, does he not have security?

They say he left a note "like a will" but that could be fake. They say he did it because of a rape allegation

Wtf is with all the antisemitism here? by aThievingStableboy in whatever

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In the title?

The true crisis of Zionism: silent majority of US Jews have never supported it

Seems like /pol/ might have found Ghislaine Maxwell's reddit account. by send_nasty_stuff in debatealtright

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The number of connections these people have is incredible. Thanks for the video

"Reddit banning all users commenting on Maxwellhill threads. Closing threads of this theory that is now blowing up. This should let you know that there is basis behind this theory. Reddit has been shaped as a pedo-apologist website for a decade. Mossad/CIA infiltration." r/conspiracy by asterias in MeanwhileOnReddit

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I think the MSM jury is still out on saidit. They really hated gab, so I hope we fare better than gab did in terms of media perception. But if we're truly a challenge to the MSM narratives, they'll just ignore us. They only gave gab hate-airtime because it fed the divide-and-conquer narratives about racial divisions.

Wtf is with all the antisemitism here? by aThievingStableboy in whatever

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Wtf is with all the antisemitism here? by aThievingStableboy in whatever

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Ultra-orthodox are exempt from military service though, so there are loopholes.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exemption_from_military_service_in_Israel

Also apparently includes all expatriates. So there's a lot of exemptions

Do you ever feel isolated in your interests vs. the mainstream popular content being pushed? by PencilPusher55 in AskSaidIt

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Another reason I'm glad saidit doesn't have ads, it cuts the pageload times in half

I think the front page algorithm should show more newer posts. by NorfolkTerrier in whatever

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Ha is that what they do too? It just seemed like the smallest definintely-noticeable amount

Seems like /pol/ might have found Ghislaine Maxwell's reddit account. by send_nasty_stuff in debatealtright

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Wow I just found out Ghislane Maxwell's dad is Robert Maxwell. Robert Maxwell used to own Conde Nast, which is the company that bought reddit. That kind of blew my mind.

So she definitely knows what reddit is.

The no-downvotes and the moderation log are nice. by ccccccc in SaidIt

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Yeah it's probably a 20 hour project to build in that functionality... I might start quoting the part they were banned for. I do that sometimes but I might do it more often. I believe removed comments are automatically minimized, so if I replied with the part that they were banned for in a quote in my comment replying to theirs, then that will let others see the offending text if they're curious.

Ocean Clean-Up Removes 103 Tons of Trash from the Pacific by wahala in environment

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Beaches are the ocean's natural trash-removal system. I've seen some beaches in the ocean in the caribbean that were insanely covered with trash

Ocean Clean-Up Removes 103 Tons of Trash from the Pacific by wahala in environment

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Yes it's good. I was researching the idea of binding the floating plastic together to create a literal island, but the density is a loooong way from making that possible. It is good though that things aren't as bad as they're portrayed

Sharing my wife with a friend by Movie_scenes in nsfw

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Porn is not allowed on saidit, removed

Magnora is currently removing old posts. He removed this post an hour ago and the post was 19 days old. The censorship is getting THICK. by TheAntiJoo in Ice_Poseidon2

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Meh it's just one troll abusing the reporting system, you give them too much credit

Ocean Clean-Up Removes 103 Tons of Trash from the Pacific by wahala in environment

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I read the maximum density of the great pacific garbage patch is like 10kg of trash per square kilometer... much less dense than I expected. Still messy and could use some cleaning though, but it's not even close to a "garbage island" or anything like that like they sometimes say. But I'm glad to see these people cleaning up the trash that is there!

Magnora is currently removing old posts. He removed this post an hour ago and the post was 19 days old. The censorship is getting THICK. by TheAntiJoo in Ice_Poseidon2

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Thanks, I appreciate it. I think most websites would've deleted this sub after the first DMCA takedown or DDOS attack, but I've worked to create this place for you guys to exist, and I'm glad you all get some value out of it.

Magnora is currently removing old posts. He removed this post an hour ago and the post was 19 days old. The censorship is getting THICK. by TheAntiJoo in Ice_Poseidon2

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In the interest of a more open dialog about this stuff:

I've talked it over with d3rr and we realized something about posting the server company notices publicly... in the case of a DMCA request posted publicly, we'd be linking to removed content, thus making it visible and searchable again, kind of defeating the DMCA's purpose in some ways which might piss people off and make more DMCA requests, or maybe even larger legal accusations.

Furthermore, many takedown requests that are based on legitimate doxxing... by providing links to those posts we removed, we're basically re-linking to the doxxing, which again kind of defeats the purpose of having it removed in the first place in a lot of ways.

So while the transparency part of me would love to have a sub with the notes from the server company, the opsec part of me thinks that might be a bad idea in a legal sense because of the liabilities I described above. So that's what we've thought about so far. Not that the idea is totally off the table, but those are the serious obstacles we've realized might exist.

So really we need to study the legal status of DMCA requests themselves and if they can be publicly posted, and if that's legally protected speech or not. Then we could make a more informed decision about this.

Magnora is currently removing old posts. He removed this post an hour ago and the post was 19 days old. The censorship is getting THICK. by TheAntiJoo in Ice_Poseidon2

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Yeah exactly. Thanks for understanding. If they try the same thing again, then they've established a pattern of trolling and it will be easier to dispute the requests through our server company. So I think we're in a good place now

Magnora is currently removing old posts. He removed this post an hour ago and the post was 19 days old. The censorship is getting THICK. by TheAntiJoo in Ice_Poseidon2

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yes, and delete everything from it

Has anyone else noticed that the general population has developed a distaste for Hollywood / Celebs? by PencilPusher55 in whatever

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I think also a lot of people are scared because the foundations of their way of life are shaking, and when people get scared, they often get very egoistic and full of themselves, as a way to counter the scared feeling. Like they're just fronting harder than ever so they (and others) don't realize how worried they actually are. I think for many it's a coping mechanism