Canonical launches free personal Ubuntu Pro subscriptions for up to five machines by TheRealPanzer in Linux

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Paying for linux is cringe af

Free Dick Pics by sexgod in Introductions

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Dick Pics raped and murdered three women between 1975-1981. No parole for Dick Pics!

Ready for Nuclear War? Iran news source reports the US may have destroyed the Russian Nordstream pipelines and next might detonate a nuclear false flag attack in Ukraine. ~ How would you... Or, would you... survive an atomic war? Prepare to meet your Creator. by In-the-clouds in news

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Just because people are "unstable" or ego driven does not mean they are suicidal or can't think ahead to the consequences of pushing the button. Nukes are a great deterrent for other nukes but are a very poor choice strategically for any other scenario except maybe fighting kaiju or blowing up a meteor

Ready for Nuclear War? Iran news source reports the US may have destroyed the Russian Nordstream pipelines and next might detonate a nuclear false flag attack in Ukraine. ~ How would you... Or, would you... survive an atomic war? Prepare to meet your Creator. by In-the-clouds in news

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No country in the forseeable future will ever launch a nuke. Period. Barring an overwhelmingly huge number of hypersonic nukes from an overwhelmingly huge number of launch sites, any country that did would cease to exist, which generally not the desired outcome of a conflict. Even if a country was successful in wiping out all of their initial enemies, the fallout and destruction from the nukes would leave them with an uninhabitable world filled with millions if not billions of survivors out for revenge against this rogue country. Nuclear war is simply not realistic.

Scientists: Blundered terrorist attack of Nord Stream pipeline single worst environmental disaster ever. Will bring endless pain to EU and humanity....Joe Biden: "If Russia invades .... there will be no longer a Nord Stream 2. We will bring an end to it." by SoCo in news

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  1. Surely these types of pipelines have valves to stop the flow immediately if necessary

  2. Why not just burn it off like methane in landfills

Is SaidIt just a platform for nutjobs and conservatives or is it something more? by whatevernevermind in AskSaidIt

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Well there's also a good number of trolls constantly spamming worthless content and making deliberately inflammatory posts looking to get a rise out of people

Russia bans soundcloud by chickenz in whatever

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huh thats a surprisingly neutral article for state-run media during a war

The gov can Ban menthol if they want, I'm ready already by [deleted] in pics

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plot twist his "teeth" were actually pure tooth-shaped tartar from years of unhealthy living

The dying bees of Syria by Pis-dur in WorldNews

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no not the bees

Reporter hit by flying tree branch during Hurricane Ian in Florida by In-the-clouds in news

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pfft that's nothing a reporter got hit by a whole flying billboard back in 2004

A Power Mod That Dedicated An Entire Website to Years Old Anonymous Posts Has Instructed Me to ‘Move on’ Within 24 Hours of Having Preemptively Cross Platform Banned Me for Posts Made on a Different Website Outside of His Control by Questionable in censorship

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Yeah I read it, but mainly I'm making fun of you for being a flat earther. If that's an inaccurate descriptor then yes this is a censorship issue otherwise it's a tard wrangler issue.

A Power Mod That Dedicated An Entire Website to Years Old Anonymous Posts Has Instructed Me to ‘Move on’ Within 24 Hours of Having Preemptively Cross Platform Banned Me for Posts Made on a Different Website Outside of His Control by Questionable in censorship

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Normally this would be bad and stupid but if you genuinely believe anything even close to the existence of a flat earth you probably shouldn't be using the internet as cognitively you're a bit behind a toddler.

Yahoo deletes all your yahoo email if you dont log in within 12 months by TheRealPanzer in Internet

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That seems very counter productive if they want people to use yahoo

Officials in Nevada demolish tiny homes built for homeless in Las Vegas by Drewski in corruption

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What part of "giving the homeless tiny individual private huts in a designated area will quickly turn that area into a dense uncontrolled slum filled with trash, drugs, and prostitution, and that will create 1000x more issues and anger when it eventually needs to be disbanded" are you struggling with

Officials in Nevada demolish tiny homes built for homeless in Las Vegas by Drewski in corruption

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Creating that kind of temporary housing for the homeless is like throwing 50 other people in the water with the drowning man; he might drown slower by pushing another person down or vice versa, but either way there are now more drowning people and it's much harder to save any of them.

Officials in Nevada demolish tiny homes built for homeless in Las Vegas by Drewski in corruption

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While something is obviously preferable, I'd say nothing is much better than something that makes the issue worse. Like throwing water on a grease fire.

Windows Will Die: 90 Minutes to Do 5 Minutes of Work by TheRealPanzer in technology

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I agree with the overall sentiment but this dude's issues sound like he's running everything off of HDDs, with his boot HDD in the process of failing.

Officials in Nevada demolish tiny homes built for homeless in Las Vegas by Drewski in corruption

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It's more that providing private areas to homeless creates environments that are hard to police and maintain and end up making things worse. It's why actual homeless shelters are usually a large open areas with beds and tables set out as needed.

Multiboot USB creator Ventoy now supports more than 1000 ISOs by TheRealPanzer in technology

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Not all ISOs ever? ISOs and bootable drives aren't some arcane dark magic; sure there's some gotchas and special conditions but there's only so many ways to have something boot and it's not anywhere near 1000...

Russian forces wiped out three M777 platoons, one HIMARS in Ukraine. by HibikiBlack in WorldNews

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Given that the source is a spokesperson for one of the governments currently participating in the conflict, it really should have a "Russian Defense Ministry Spokesman claims" at the start of that title

Holocaust Denial Arguments: Despite cracking The Enigma Code, the British forces found no record of killings by gassing. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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I mean all of them, not just the ones you feel are relevant

Holocaust Denial Arguments: Despite cracking The Enigma Code, the British forces found no record of killings by gassing. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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The decoded messages contain no references to gassings.

Okay but how many deaths in total were recorded and what causes of death were listed other than the ones you've mentioned?

Saudi police shut down 'Camel Urine' drink vendor for filling bottles with his own piss. by EternalSunset in NotTheOnion

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sounds like saudi police are a bit transphobic

The symbolism of the moon. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Much more interesting than this boring article is imagining the symbolism and myths in a reality where the earth has multiple moons, perhaps of different sizes/colors/orbital speeds

Don Lemon gets schooled on reparations by P-38lightning in politics

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Lol

Google removed our website from search because it uses youtube-dl by TheRealPanzer in Internet

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Legitimately ridiculous that google would get so ass mad over the mere existence of tools like youtube-dl instead of just accepting it as an inevitability and doing something like inserting ads directly into video streams so they aren't as easy to sidestep.

A reason why every site should move past passwords: Kiwi Farms hack. by x0x7 in technology

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... op the post literally breaks down exactly what happened and it has nothing to do with passwords. It isn't saying that they store your password as plaintext or even that anything to do with passwords or anything else was accessed. It is saying that regardless of the severity of any hack on any site, it is always a good idea to assume the worst and update all security info.

C++ is horrible... by Vulptex in programming

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Huh. I've always seen older people agree with me, because even C++ is too "outdated" nowdays to be taught in schools. Not only that, but schools are what encourage the "best practices" which are actually the worst. This is usually excessive OOP, little to no optimization, pointless commenting, getters and setters and other waste of time bloat, using features for the sake of using them, and thinking about inheritance and object structures before the actual program. Basically busywork, it seems like you're getting something accomplished but it's not advancing your program any. And it ends up being a bloated, unreadable mess that has to be completely refactored to make even small changes.

This is exactly how I felt during high school as someone who had already spent many years learning to code outside of school. While I'll agree schools don't generally spend enough time on real world use cases, the reason you are being taught these concepts is because they aren't necessarily obvious, and just because you are already familiar with these things doesn't mean everyone is. Many of these concepts, like OOP, are easier to digest as something like the classic car+tires example, which is obviously not a realistic use case. It's busywork, yes, but that's because it's a lesson. The same goes for things like commenting; while you aren't going to be putting comments on every single line of your code, it's a good exercise to reenforce the purpose of the code being written. It's also good practice for learning how to describe functionality in a concise way, which IS something you'll be expected to do in real world programming regardless of the language, especially since tools exist for automatically generating documentation from comments in a project.

There's a reason a lot of top programmers stick to C and other "old" languages. They not only produce faster programs, but they're much cleaner and more maintainable, and you don't waste time with all those complicated abstractions. Many open source projects also do this for the same reason.

"Top programmers" generally branch out to whatever is new and popular and don't limit themselves to a single language, especially not a low-level language. Code is still written in C (as well as C++ and some more esoteric languages) because existing codebases use those languages.

And apparently corporate codebases are horrific, so they probably need to reconsider their practices as well.

This is because the overly verbose dumpster fire that is Java was super popular once, and companies used applets for cross-compatibility just like companies use Electron and/or SPAs today.

But unfortunately most people don't worry about how well something works when it comes to technology, only how new it is.

Nonsense. People choose what takes the least amount of effort and time to produce a reasonable result. Currently that would be JS and Node JS. A while ago it would have been Python, and Java before that.

I'm not sure what you're talking about for C++ and lifetimes and locality of data.

This is now sounding like you aren't actually familiar with C++ beyond coursework; one of the main abstractions of C++ is RAII and specifically move/copy constructors. In conjunction with references and const declarations, these allow you to describe the ownership of an object and safely pass it between various scopes. Along with classes this also enables you to make guarantees to the compiler regarding the intended state of an object, what data it carries with it and which methods are valid to use with it. Whereas in C, you're passing around raw primitives/structs, pointers to those primitives/structs, and pointers to functions, which all give the compiler none of the context it needs to effectively inline function calls or remove unnecessary initialization/copying.


Look, I understand exactly where you're coming from. I felt the same when I was younger. In the real world you'll quickly realize your current attitude toward abstraction is only going to hold you back, lower your productivity, make those who inherit your code want your head on a pike, and keep you from some genuinely exciting and satisfying types of programming.

C++ is horrible... by Vulptex in programming

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No offense but this is typically the attitude of programmers fresh out of HS that obsessively optimize despite the real world cost of an "expensive" operation being something like +1 nanosecond and 3 extra bytes of memory, or think that the number of function calls in a section of code directly correlates to the performance of that section.

Much of the ugliness of C++ is a result of abstractly describing the lifetimes and locality of data, which in many cases can allow the compiler to generate more optimal code that is actually faster than what a simpler C program could achieve.

Scams are showing up at the top of online searches by TheRealPanzer in Internet

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Searches for product reviews have been completely unusable for at least a decade, and given the insane advances google has made in the field of ai it is simply impossible that they don't know how to fix it

Kiwi Farms gets dropped by its CDN by [deleted] in censorship

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Kiwi farms uses a classic flat forum model and the draw is its extensive existing catalog of Internet personality happenings. This site has neither

SF Bike Coalition infers bike thieves are either black or brown by noshore4me in whatever

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What other solutions to bike theft could there possibly be other than policing lmao

Daily Dose of Tucker Carlson: This is why they are attacking Queen Elizabeth II by [deleted] in videos

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Monarchy is pretty cringe tbh tho

Some guy just built an AI that can take an Instagram photo and find out where and when it was taken, and pull up video of the shot being taken. by Canbot in whatever

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*If you give it the location and you happen to have been captured on one of the unsecured cameras that the developer recorded for a week or two.

Not nearly as impressive as it initially sounds; essentially it's just detecting people (and not specific people) in a photo then looking for video frames with as many of those people in them at once.

Why I Still Think Alex Jones Was Right About Sandy Hook by raven9 in conspiracy

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Of the 5000 people the majority aren't spooks, and a significant number are minors. Not even slightly plausible that that many people could be made to keep silent or even just keep their story straight.

Why I Still Think Alex Jones Was Right About Sandy Hook by raven9 in conspiracy

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If the family of each one only had 10 close friends, relatives and neighbors that would have been 5000 people with first hand knowledge so when all the hoax theory began, there should have been thousands of people saying they know it really happened because their bother's kids were at that school or because their dad was one of the fireman or the cops or their cousin or their neigbour had kids at the school etc.

This logic actually shows how ridiculous the hoax theory is; do you honestly expect anyone to believe that at least 5000 people could be involved in some way in such a thing and not a single one has blown the whistle by now? Or do you think none of these people ever existed?

Software fees to make up 10% of John Deere's revenues by 2030 by TheRealPanzer in Internet

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Unless each individual hardware component is a total black box I'd imagine it wouldn't be too hard swap in a different controller, which itself can't be all that complicated for the type of products John Deere sells

Found and Not Found at Ground Zero by Tarrock in politics

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Dude, again, there was unquestionably a plane sized and shaped object that hit the tower. There is a ton of footage of the thing, from various sources, from various angles. The impact site is very elliptical despite the angle at which it hit, as one would expect from a plane shaped object. If you want to deny that you are reaching flat earth levels of denial and gangstalking levels of psychosis.

Like legit, what is your argument? That every single witness, both civilian and media-affiliated, lied? That in 2001 the government somehow altered all the video feeds from all live cameras, and then manufactured civilian footage from actual people that do exist, to show a realistic plane shaped object instead of some sort of magic missile that completely vaporizes itself, and coordinated with every single on scene reporter to lie about what they are seeing? That an engine, made of many small parts and not particularly dense for its size, would not be torn up and chewed to shit by not only an impact with a skyscraper, but the entire mass and momentum that skyscraper breaking into pieces and collapsing onto it, impacting it not only in the air, but on the ground? That such a force would not be many times that of a missile weak enough to produce such a relatively small explosion?

edit: look up flight 1771 for an example of how thoroughly a plane can break apart by impacting just the ground, without also being crushed by a falling skyscraper

Found and Not Found at Ground Zero by Tarrock in politics

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demonstrate how an engine can disappear from existence?

Demonstrate how what must have been a missile the size and shape of a plane disappears from existence.

Why hasn't Aerosmith been cancelled over "Dude Looks Like a Lady" yet? by IkeConn in AskSaidIt

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Because it was written by a successful strong and empowered trans woman

Found and Not Found at Ground Zero by Tarrock in politics

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There is plenty of footage of the second plane. There are plenty of people who witnessed the planes first hand or watched the second plane live on the day it happened. It's definitely a plane. It flies at a speed you would expect from a plane. It leaves a plane-shaped hole. The planes had passengers. Those passengers had friends, families, and coworkers. Those passengers are not alive today, according to their friends and families and coworkers. If you want to pretend that none of these people ever existed or are ALL liars, you are psychotic.

Also:

  • This is the actual size of a 767 engine

  • Black boxes are not designed to take the force of nearly half of one of the tallest structures in the world at the time falling on them at terminal velocity, especially not after taking the force of the plane crashing into a massive skyscraper.

  • Jet engines are barely recognizable if a plane flies straight into the ground at high speed. They can significantly shred themselves to pieces if just a single blade falls off the fan while at speed. They are also not designed to take anywhere near the weight of half of a skyscraper crushing down on them at high speed.

  • Guess what ground zero and the surrounding area was covered with, in addition to metal, concrete, and asbestos? Papers. As the towers fell, internal pressure from each floor blew out windows and ejected loose, light objects, including things like wallets and passports. These things did not take the ride to the ground inside of the falling building.

Found and Not Found at Ground Zero by Tarrock in politics

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Here's a fun experiment you can do: drive a car as fast as it can go, directly into a wall. Have someone check and see how damaged your driver's license, which was in your wallet and pocket, is from that impact. The results may surprise you.

Everyone has a men's urinal in their kitchen by RACHEL_THECOW in whatever

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This shit is elsagate 2.0

Found and Not Found at Ground Zero by Tarrock in politics

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So now we're pretending that not only was it an inside job, but there were no planes at all? You people are fucking psychotic.

With the recent close of kiwifarms and 8kun, where is the next "cool kids club" going to be? by arcopegasole in AskSaidIt

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Has kiwifarms actually closed or is it just being moved to a different server/ddos mitigator?

Pit Bull Owner Sentenced In Mauling Death Of Littlerock Woman by Rastafoo in videos

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How does a dog manage to maul a rock woman regardless of her size it surely would have broken its teeth

Holy shit boys by IndianaJones in whatever

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Lmao at that MeWe site:

Unlike other social networks, at MeWe we have absolutely no political agenda and no one can pay us to target you with theirs. MeWe is for law-abiding and TOS-abiding people everywhere in the world, regardless of political, ethnic, religious, sexual, and other preferences. We have a strict and clear Terms of Service protecting our members: haters, bullies, porn, spammers, bots, lawbreakers, violence inciters, etc. are prohibited.

Then in the TOS:

You may NOT:

...

Post content that is hateful, threatening, harmful, incites violence; or contains graphic or gratuitous violence.

Wow such clarity and not at all worded in a way where it can disallow basically anything they want /s

What did just happen to the site? by EternalSunset in SaidIt

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Some absolute retard forgot to renew the site's certificate and spent two days straight thumbing their asshole instead of taking literally 5 seconds to fix the problem

S.S. Minnow conspiracy. by JasonCarswell in memes

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Why would they all bring so much luggage if the tour was only three hours? WHAT DID THEY KNOW?

Find the Trans Person by Tarrock in politics

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An easy tell is whether or not they know how to do their makeup properly

Just a handful of Twitter Bots by [deleted] in MediaAnalysis

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Is it really too much effort to check that you don't use the same image twice in a compilation of 6 images?

What are the implications for copyright once AI generated creative content becomes mainstream? by [deleted] in AskSaidIt

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Given that all AI, especially those art-generating AIs, requires some amount training with real examples of the target content, I imagine there will be many lawsuits alleging use of copyrighted works as training material.

Duke/BYU racial slur drama proves truth no longer matters in today’s society. by A_White_male in news

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Yeah thanks for that one, glenn beck. Amazing how the second biden is in office you're suddenly a conservative again.

The War Mask of the Roman Cavalry by SidMeyer in history

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Looks cool until you fall off your horse and it knocks out your teeth, breaks your nose, and sheers off your eyelids

Biden walks back attacks on Trump voters in anti-MAGA speech by [deleted] in politics

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Imagine appreciating the feel of a man's hard penis inside your also male anus so much that you'd unironically type "fascsist MAGAtard 'Murican Taliban knuckle-draggers"

Biden walks back attacks on Trump voters in anti-MAGA speech by [deleted] in politics

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Imagine being such an unbelievable faggot that you feel the need to defend biden online

Biden walks back attacks on Trump voters in anti-MAGA speech by [deleted] in politics

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It's to be expected given that the admin is essentially being run by Reddit mods and discord trannies

Step-by-step guide to squirting as '69% of women experience it' during orgasm by HongKongPhooey in whatever

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Bro no one is saying women can't cum. There is no amount of squirting, high or low pressure, that isn't piss. If you have experienced any amount of liquid during sex that isn't primarily contained within the vagina you have been peed upon and brought great shame to your family.

Goodbye, humans: Call centers "could save $80b" switching to AI by TheRealPanzer in technology

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Call centers might as well be AI-staffed already given how rigidly they stick to scripts regardless of what the caller says.

Say No to “Smart”, “App”, “Cookies”, and “Touchscreens” by TheRealPanzer in technology

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The only reason the those cookie popups exist is because EU legislators, as well as a good number of boomer "privacy" advocates, are complete fucking tech illiterate retards that don't understand what a cookie actually is or what data it has the ability to store and share. Protip most browsers by default block the type of data these popups are talking about, regardless of you telling the site that you consent or not.

California Asks Residents To Avoid Charging Electric Vehicles Due To Blackout Risk Days After Unveiling New Gas Car Ban by iamonlyoneman in whatever

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Also these people never seem to know or care that far more energy is required to get power from the power plant through the lines and into a battery than it takes to simply burn gasoline.

Hal Turner's Deadman Switch: You Will Only See This Story if I have been Arrested or Killed by Questionable in finance

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but this makes it even more unhinged looking with the lack of formatting and spacing!

Hal Turner's Deadman Switch: You Will Only See This Story if I have been Arrested or Killed by Questionable in finance

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no u

Hal Turner's Deadman Switch: You Will Only See This Story if I have been Arrested or Killed by Questionable in finance

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you missed the 16 instances of omitting a space before a non-abbreviated unit of time lol

Hal Turner's Deadman Switch: You Will Only See This Story if I have been Arrested or Killed by Questionable in finance

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My dude it is literally a massive wall of text full of typos and random capitalized words/phrases, rambling on and on for paragraphs about a lot of different things but saying very little. It's the economic/political equivalent of a Dr Bronner's soap label.

Hal Turner's Deadman Switch: You Will Only See This Story if I have been Arrested or Killed by Questionable in finance

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I'd ask why someone would tie an openly nonsensical schizophrenic stream of consciousness containing no actual privileged information to a dead man's switch, but the question kind of answers itself.

Megyn Kelly interviews Michael Shellenberger in an eye-opening interview about Europe's energy crisis and Biden's lack of interest in helping. by rubberbiscuit in Europe

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Why should America be helping out with your energy crisis you guys suck

Lizzo to sue comedian Aries Spears for saying she looks the poop emoji and a plate of mashed potatos by HongKongPhooey in censorship

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Why would you respect a rapping celebrity blob monster at all

A reverse exorcism is when the demon tells the priest to get out of the child's body by HongKongPhooey in TIL

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invincible_not_yours_to_conquer_meme.flv

PSA: Never try to argue with police. If you have a gun in your hand and they are saying drop it and you don't? You'll end up like this guy. NSFL video by iamonlyoneman in whatever

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Always comply with police. If you think they're doing something wrong save it for the lawsuit and subsequent settlement

JK Rowling trolls Twitter after site says 'death threat' isn't a breach of rules by HongKongPhooey in SocialMedia

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The only people getting trolled are the readers of the linked article because title does not reflect the content

Rabid Fox Attacks Old Lady in Garden by Tarrock in whatever

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Lady needs a rake or a leaf blower or something that yard is looking nasty af with all those fur clumps

Elon is gone and twitter is back by P-38lightning in whatever

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The only value of any social media site is the user base. It doesn't matter if you make the most convenient feature packed social media site ever; until you build your user base your site might as well not exist

Doctors Discover Graphene Is Transmitted From The COVID Vaccinated To The Unvaccinated, Destroying Blood Cells & Causing Blood Clots by ROSS921 in conspiracy

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What is it about graphene that makes conspiracy theorists think literally every unrecognized object seen under a microscope is graphene?

Sun spot AR3085 recently grew to the size of Earth by [deleted] in space

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Aka the typical size for a sun spot and not notable or significant in any way, but reporting it without context gets more clicks

Finland built this tomb to store nuclear waste. Can it survive for 100,000 years? by GeorgeCarlin in environment

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Bizarrely this article does not make even a single mention of Into Eternity, a very interesting documentary exploring how such a site should be marked so that even if the site or its purpose is forgotten, beings of the future will understand that it is dangerous even if those beings do not speak any existing language and even if those beings aren't human.

Twitter Exec BLOWS WHISTLE, Says They LIED To Elon About Bots & Spam, Elon SUBPOENAS Jack Dorsey by Tarrock in politics

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Just the fact that they have absolutely no systems in place to prevent unlimited account creation by using a phone number shows they are focused on exaggerating their user count above all else

Step-by-step guide to squirting as '69% of women experience it' during orgasm by HongKongPhooey in whatever

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Sounds like someone is in denial about getting peed on

Peppermint OS Now Also Offers a Systemd-free Devuan Variant by TheRealPanzer in Linux

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While I understand not liking systemd for its ever-increasing scope, do people genuinely want to go back to the horrible old days of obtuse and unreliable init scripts?

Debian Cannot Keep Burying the Inconvenient Facts by TheRealPanzer in Linux

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Didn't watch the video but the summary sounds suspiciously like it's pushing the progressive idea of censorship where not explicitly censoring people is implicitly censoring other people

Is it Normal? Holding in bowel movements for pleasure by HongKongPhooey in AskSaidIt

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IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING SUICIDE, CALL THE SUICIDE GET HELP NOW LINE, CALL 863-703-7633 by [deleted] in whatever

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no u

Do you still trust your eyes? 100% unreal picture of woman created by Google AI (Imagen)... by In-the-clouds in pics

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Not really accurate to say it's 100% unreal; AI systems like this are basically taking 100% real photos and blending between them semi-randomly to get the final image.

Nexus Mods has banned a mod and it's creator for swapping out LGBT flags from Spider-Man Remastered. by EternalSunset in Gaming

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Never give trannies any type of power, especially in an online setting

Anger: an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured. – Lucius Annaeus Seneca (Seneca the Younger) by Optimus85 in quotes

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If you're the only one who feels it you aren't punching hard enough

Saidit is its own worst enemy - a combination of mean and stupid - which keeps Saidit very small and ultra right-wing by bootylicious in SaidIt

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Oh my fucking god no one cares can all you lefty complainers please go back to whatever faggy discord chat you came from and stop shitting up the feed on here daily for no reason

Why do Americans allow the prison system to exist even though it is costly and inhumane? by johndoyle in whatever

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Fines work

Lmao. With certain communities in the US they really don't. It isn't that uncommon of a situation in certain communities for people to buy a car far beyond their ability to pay, ignore payments entirely, then destroy the car with a crowbar when the repo man shows up. Sometimes they'll even take some shots at other cars just to show how little they give a shit.

Saidit is being infiltrated and manipulated by paid shills. This is how the fall of Reddit started and if we aren't vigilant, the same could happen here. by EternalSunset in SaidIt

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As long as the admins don't start spending most of their time in private discord chats circle jerking about their hate for the saidit userbase, there's no need to worry. Unfortunately discord trannies seem very adept at befriending lonely admins and convincing them that sites are better with heavy handed manual curation.

Yesterday evening, all the bitcoin atm's disabled cash withdrawal. by jumba_jukiba in bitcoin

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My point is the opposite; regulations would generally prevent situations like this without a clear reason

Yesterday evening, all the bitcoin atm's disabled cash withdrawal. by jumba_jukiba in bitcoin

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This is why money is one of the things that simply requires some amount of regulation; otherwise it can far too easily be stolen, devalued, or otherwise mishandled with absolutely no legal recourse.

Linux alternatives to Everything by TheRealPanzer in Internet

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<insert "systemd as a linux alternative" joke here>

Xbox has seemed to be teasing Death Stranding for PC Game Pass by Sunshine43 in Gaming

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Terrible title, article, and english fluency.

Apple could start forcing you to watch ads while you use your iPhone by HongKongPhooey in technology

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I really, really doubt it and whoever wrote this article is either a moron or intentionally misrepresenting the story for clicks. Apple already shows ads on iOS in a number of apps including the app store, the music store, and the tv app. These ads are in the form of both dedicated banners and tiles in the page structure while browsing, as well as interspersed into search results. Absolutely nothing suggests any move to force users to watch ads like on youtube or various streaming platforms.

They're called Pogo Pins because the tips are spring-loaded like the tip of a pogo stick by iamonlyoneman in pics

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Huh all this time I assumed they were an homage to John Wayne Gacy

Have you noticed how [random victim] is totally ruining Saidit? by JaysunCarswell in AskSaidIt

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Are you seriously suggesting that saidit should start moderating anti-trans shit? That is legitimately insane unless you're after the most efficient way to kill a platform.

Guy says he was part of mRNA trial in 2013: Not only did his heart stop, out of 200,000 participants, ~99.9975% died by OBA in conspiracy

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If you think 99% of 200 people dying from a medical trial, let alone 200000, is something pharma could suppress, you might have brain damage and should seek professional help.

Have you noticed how [random victim] is totally ruining Saidit? by JaysunCarswell in AskSaidIt

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ok discord tranny

Have you noticed how [random victim] is totally ruining Saidit? by JaysunCarswell in AskSaidIt

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hongkongphooey confirmed as unemployed discord tranny that has nothing better to do with their time than shitting up alt platforms and pushing for censorship

Object-Oriented Javascript by fschmidt in programming

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Bro lmao why are you so attached to old js? Literally everyone hated old js when it was the norm, exactly because there were tons of weird quirks regarding scope, lifetimes, and mutability. Arrow functions specifically are made for callbacks and control inversion scenarios where the existing scope is more relevant than the function's own scope, which just so happens to be 99.999% of scenarios where you make use of anonymous functions. Word of advice if you're this far behind in your js skills and hate modern features, definitely avoid reading about async/await and the Promise monad; your brain will probably melt.