Cannabis compounds blocked COVID-19 infection in laboratory study by IkeConn in 420

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What doesn't stop covid? We keep throwing unrelated drugs at it and it keeps working. Yet none of them are ok to use.

Reality Check by Questionable in whatever

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The ending of fatphobia is an excuse to end civilization. The irony is she wouldn't be fat anymore if that happened. This is a very round about diet plan.

Has no one here heard of bitchute, odysee, rumble, brighteon? Come on man! by rubberbiscuit in SaidIt

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If doing asymmetric cryptography there is a much easier way. On sign up you give them your public key (or even a hash of your public key if using a elliptic curve system like bitcoin). Then when you sign in they just give you a small bit of text to sign (like a captcha), and you enter in the signature in the sign-in form.

Has no one here heard of bitchute, odysee, rumble, brighteon? Come on man! by rubberbiscuit in SaidIt

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Actually, they kind of are. Crypto-signs really ought to be what we use for everything. Even a weak crypto-sign is infinitely better than passwords. We tend to not use them because the applications that require them also require absolute security so in practice they require much more effort than a password. But with passwords already getting complicated enough that people are using managers anyway, using a manager that helps you with crypto-signs would be just as easy and 1000x more secure.

So yes. Passwords are stupid. No web developers have moved away from passwords because confronting someone with an unusual signin right when they are first using your site is a great way to chase off 90% of the people who visit a site. So I guess we'll all just live with a society where phishing works, and grandmas get hacked easily.

Has no one here heard of bitchute, odysee, rumble, brighteon? Come on man! by rubberbiscuit in SaidIt

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I probably shouldn't comment about gvid too much but, it lets you pick a password of any length you want. A single character if you really wanted.

It's front page uses different methods. The one you select from most recently ends up at the top so if you prefer random videos that's what you get. If you prefer recent videos, that will be at the top. If you want popular videos, videos tailored to you, or some combination of them, you click on a section, that's the algorithm you will see next time. Each section is sorted by the last time you selected a video from that algorithm.

Has no one here heard of bitchute, odysee, rumble, brighteon? Come on man! by rubberbiscuit in SaidIt

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Can't profit from it.

That is untrue. Look at Family Guy's use of Mickey Mouse under fair use. Do you think they profited zero from that episode just to include that one clip?

I am going to self plug though. If you want above 720p video and no-monetization, gvid.tv has you covered.

The Powerful Truth by EndlessSunflowers in memes

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No. It won't.

Spike in autoimmune diseases blamed on fast food by AmericanMuskrat in Health

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Was there a spike in fast food consumption?

Megameth - Piss sells but who's Piss? [tribute] by Entropick in music

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Wow! I hate it.

Seed, Egg, Flower, and Tree of Life (Sephirot) - The Origin of Life and the Transmutation of the Human Race (Part 5 of 6) by thelight in Soulnexus

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That's some unconvincing kabalah you have there.

r/RedditAlternatives - The best Reddit alternative is the one without redditors. by JasonCarswell in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Youtube must have some kind of comment incentive system. Maybe it's people trying to grow their channels. Either way, youtube is full of comments where it's clear they were just trying to make a comment.

r/RedditAlternatives - The best Reddit alternative is the one without redditors. by JasonCarswell in MeanwhileOnReddit

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No. It's hand rolled. It uses spacial distance between posts and users as part of the sorting algorithm, so you see things that are a combination of closer to you, more voted, and newer. When you upvote things you move closer to them. And when you downvote you move further.

r/RedditAlternatives - The best Reddit alternative is the one without redditors. by JasonCarswell in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Great. Mine has zero redditors because it has almost nobody to begin with. https://matrix.gvid.tv

Differences between Chinese Censorship and Big Tech Censorship by zyxzevn in censorship

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Social media companies do have external oversight. It's called you. Do you want the government to do it? Because if they did the tech companies fearing the whip would just do whatever the government wants them to do. It would probably involve surveilling us more.

If we as a society are incapable of punishing bad social media companies on our own when it is as easy as finding an alternative, then we deserve all of the negative consequences that come with our moral laziness.

Are Rumble, Bitchute etc. any good? by Cornfed in nonmorons

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When I reached out to AmRen and they decided to put videos up on Gvid, they said they got more views than they did on most platforms.

My platform honestly does suck at getting people to comment though. I don't think I want to do anything to push for that though because not only is that dishonest, it's clear that youtube does it and they are blessed with the lowest effort comments on the whole internet.

They're murdering people using COVID protocols by jamesK_3rd in whatever

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We need to figure out how to synthesize ivermectin on our own.

Brady Bunch - Sunshine Day by [deleted] in MusicVideos

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What is this, a video for very blurry ants?

Is Magnetic Refrigeration the Future of Cooling? - Action Lab by magnora7 in videos

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Last I checked most of Earth is not a low oxygen environment.

Completely normal Youtube update by x0x7 in videos

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On most platforms you just use /embed/ and the url as it was. If anything it's youtube that makes it way more complicated than it needs to be.

Completely normal Youtube update by x0x7 in videos

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I do see the irony. But meanwhile... saidit. I guess the real point is motivation.

Is Magnetic Refrigeration the Future of Cooling? - Action Lab by magnora7 in videos

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I definitely like action lab. But I don't think we'll be using that any time soon. You still end up needing a pump/compressor because you are going to want that heat exchanger to be pretty active to drive any real amounts of energy from such a low temperature delta.

It's called "regulatory capture," and even cynics would be shocked at the level of corruption running rampant at the FDA. Did you know that Big Pharma funds 75% of the drug approval research that goes on at the FDA, and in return for those hundreds of millions of dollars can get "expedited" service? by Orangutan in politics

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That 75% number isn't really shocking. Basically if you want a drug approved you have to take care of the expenses of it being researched. The bad part is really that part of "taking care of the expense" is conducting the research yourself, which leaves opportunities for research to get skewed.

"If it ain't 3rd party replicated it ain't science," needs to be our new model. It's such a basic idea that it seems malicious that people so smart haven't realized the necessity or advocated it.

Moaning about how transphobic your country is on Al Jazeera by jet199 in Troll_GC

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It's simple. Just change gender to sex on all your forms. We keep using this gender word like it's actually useful.

Let's stop having a debate over a word that shouldn't even be in common usage. It's a bullshit concept when sex already describes everything we need in a word.

Ma'am child by jet199 in TumblrInAction

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It sounds like he might be an asshat psuedo-alpha personality type. The kind that thinks if they are an asshole people will take them seriously instead of realizing they are retarded, thus forming the full extent of their social strategy. While real alpha men develop skills, a lot of them, including basic social skills.

Sorry, I've got one hell of an incompetent little fucker I'm managing at work. And his friend we hired around the same time is around the same camp, but luckily not as incompetent.

What do you think this was? by Gravi in whatever

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A prison. At first I was thinking a school. But then I remembered that schools and prisons are built by the same people for largely the same purpose so I had better check first that it's not a prison. Then I saw the bars on the windows where it alternates which side gets normal vs non-normal windows. So that implies two populations occupying opposite sides of each floor, one of which needs bars.

Scientists mystified, wary, as Africa avoids COVID disaster | AP News by Horrux in LockdownSkepticism

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It is weird that anti-parasitic drugs keep working.

"Dear fellow straight white men" - check the last name. Nice try, Horowitz. by Chipit in politics

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He's projecting.

The New Frontier for Female Victimhood by Tarrock in politics

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I mean, so does VR chat. The difference is that Facebook is marketing this to everyone instead of being like VR chat that's a niche thing that people only join after they learn about it and decide they want to join.

The same thing happened to the internet. It went away from opt in, to I have a right to be here, and things should run the way that makes me want to be here.

Building an artificial sun that looks unbelievably realistic... by magnora7 in videos

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Do you spend enough time looking at the sun to notice the difference?

Democratgate and the deep state plot to take over America (and the world) by Vulptex in politics

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Andrew Jackson was deep-state but got rid of central banking? I don't know if your theory extends that far back in history with zero exceptions as you claim. Maybe you dislike Andrew Jackson. Maybe he was corrupt in some ways that you can highlight as all politicians are, but he wasn't deep-state. If anything he was a huge upset to the current powers that were.

Tulsi Gabbard blasts political leaders for considering nuclear attack on Russia by Tarrock in politics

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Things have gotten so backwards that the government threatening Russia with nuclear action makes us think, "Surely this is the least insane thing that our government has confronted us with lately." And it ends up on the back burner and hardly news, and forgotten about in a few days. We need sanity now.

CIA Confirms the Rumors: It Really Is Working on Cryptocurrency Projects by Drewski in cryptocurrency

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I know one of the guys working on it. They aren't that far along. It sounds like they aren't planning to do anything unique or significant with it. But they want some of every kind of tooling in house so when they see they have a use they have some abilities with it. Maybe it will help them move dirty money around with less patronage of drug traffickers. That will be nice.

It's funny how dirty CIA money has to get even dirtier before it can be considered clean. Where'd you get all that money? Drugs! It was drugs! Ok, I guess that adds up.

Majority of Americans support going to war with Russia and China over Ukraine and Taiwan respectively by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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It's better to give Taiwan nukes and let them fight their own wars. We can probably make money off of it. We should also sell nukes to Japan and South Korea to take care of the North Korea issue.

Well at least he's got that inner confidence by jet199 in funny

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Low quality women prefer men who are indifferent to their needs.

We are told that building 7 was not hit by a plane, yet collapsed in freefall for 5.5 seconds due to office furniture fires. A supposed complete failure of the steel beams due to burning furniture. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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No steal structure before or after 9/11 has ever fallen due to fire, but on that single day that very rare event (such that there are no other cases) happened three times on the same day.

Over half of Germans want lockdown for all – poll by fschmidt in nonmorons

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Over half of Germans want lockdown for all – poll by fschmidt in nonmorons

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This is why you don't let people have their way just because they are the majority. If it's restrictive, society should need a strong majority to justify something. I know we don't use direct democracy anyway, but people use poll numbers to say "over half of us want something so we should do it." The cut off should be 66% if it is restrictive, at minimum, before such an argument can be used to moralize some action on the part of the government.

Sorry, had to do it by jet199 in memes

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I swear I work with this woman.

Living with the virus requires confronting obesity by [deleted] in Coronavirus

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Or just let them die. It's their right to be unhealthy. It is no ones right to be immune from death. We very recently developed this fake right and it will be infinitely costly the more we insist on it, because death is a guarantee for every person on the planet no matter how many resources you through at the problem or how much you restrict people's freedom.

If our solution is to throw money and our liberties at the problem, you are going to end up poor and a slave before you even make a dent in trying to provide that right to people.

Google voluntarily de-lists The Pirate Bay by Chipit in censorship

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We probably need a better system than torrent anyway. Literally broadcast what you are downloading to as many parties as possible. Even if you have nothing to hide (you likely do because of copyright) it just isn't a good culture for privacy. We don't have our ip addresses next to our usernames on this site for a reason. Maybe that wouldn't be the end of the world for most of us, but it still doesn't make sense as a practice.

And, yes, you can use a vpn. But any good protocol should have the properties you want from it out of the box. Privacy should be one of the properties we want in a peer downloading system. Maybe it's ok to admit that torrent is a bad protocol for what it wants to do.

Gender Math by CleverFoolOfEarth in TumblrInAction

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I you could simply stop being a faggot and not have to deal with any of that.

Bread alignment chart by Chipit in funny

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It really is the only correct way to do it. Quick and a perfect seal, and nothing finicky to mess with when you want to get a slice. You can't get a better way to do it.

i am playing around with custom proxy code and it seems that we have all kinds of weird outbound network requests on win 10. by wonderwoman in technology

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It's weird to use windows if you care about privacy at all. Linux is pretty solid as a useable system these days. Complaining about privacy while on windows is like moving to Norway and asking why snow has to be a thing.

SURVEY: Confidence of Americans in military continues to fall after Afghanistan withdrawal by AadrianAddison_ in news

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I mean, they are really mostly just a threat to us. The military is woke cancer.

Union of Musicians and Allied Workers (@UMAW_): "Last year we launched spotifyunwrapped.org to expose just how little Spotify pays artists. Spotify's legal team demanded that the site be taken down." by Drewski in censorship

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IP is kind of bullshit anyway. If you are able to make a few cents from IP you've already earned more than you can absolutely demand. If you make a few cents more than that you should be grateful and stop complaining.

Central Banks launch Digital Currencies - Perfect Technocratic Control - The Iceage Farmer by Noam_Chomsky in conspiracy

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It's going digital anyway. Might as well fight to make digital currencies that they don't control viable. Learn about and interact with non-government digital currencies today. Learn how to do lightning network.

YouTube Hate Speech Warning by Tiwaking in censorship

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Gvid.tv

Israel to ban entry of foreigners from all countries over Omicron aka more fear propaganda from the asshole of planet earth by Rob3122 in Coronavirus

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Israel is the dick of the planet. It's always scheming to fuck you. China is asshole of planet.

Mouse study shows microplastics infiltrate blood brain barrier. Much of the millions of metric tons of plastic waste that washes into the sea each year is broken down into tiny fragments by the forces of the ocean... by Pis-dur in WorldNews

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We should really use a lot of paper, and then not recycle it. Paper is a farmed resource. There is no scarcity. It doesn't cause deforestation. If anything does it's development. Wood farms compete for land space with other farms. The more paper product we use the more economically viable it is to have more of our managed land be forest. When you don't recycle it it's even better. It sequesters carbon.

Honestly I don't care about climate. I think it's all hammed up. But I care about health. If there is any possibility that micro-plastics could cause significant health issues into the future then paper should be our new obsession.

Men’s meat-heavy diets cause 40% more climate emissions than women’s by jet199 in environment

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There were 40 million buffalo in this country. Now there is about 11 million cattle. Either you have to prove that buffalo farts are less dangerous than cow farts, or admit that bolvine farts are not a new and pressing problem.

The WHO Is an Institution of Corruption - Global Research by zyxzevn in CorruptScience

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Most organizations are institutions of corruption.

Fucking Remember by Tarrock in politics

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Then be afraid.

J.K. Rowling Gives Radical Trans Rights Activists Who Targeted Her Home the Smackdown They Deserve by Rob3122 in news

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This is when she starts attacking people by revisioning her own works on twitter.

"Voldermort was a tranny" - J.K. Rowling 2021

Typical Fucking Jew by Tarrock in TheJQuestion

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Every single time.

Austria becomes first Western country to resort to mandatory coronavirus vaccination by Vng418 in VaccineSkepticism

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It doesn't work.

Cannabis use disorder may be linked to growing number of heart attacks in younger adults by BravoVictor in Health

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This wasn't propagated by bible thumpers. This was propagated by vax cultists to cover for their side effects.

What is the concept of simplifying voxels into super voxels called? by x0x7 in AskSaidIt

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Are you GPT-3? Because I asked about voxel consolidation and you've injected nonsense about tensorflow and political manipulation. If you aren't GPT-3, then holy cow has the standard been lowered for exceding the rationality of a human being.

Get some meds.

The Jews are not God's Chosen People by x0x7 in Religion

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God rejected you. He can make you his people. He can un-make you his people. Why would he scatter you if not a rejection of you? You chose to not be his people when you and your people adulterated with other gods. From that point the tent of who is God's people expanded to any group that respects him. You may say that you respect him now and don't worship idols like your ancestors, and therefore that doesn't apply to you. Then you are only his people on the same grounds as anyone else. You want the here and now to apply rather than the past. But you also want the past to apply rather than the here and now. You are double minded.

Pfizer’s Clinical Trial data strongly indicates their Covid-19 Vaccine causes the recipient to develop Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome by zyxzevn in VaccineSkepticism

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I did hear that some israeli physicians explain that the difference in fertility between Israel and other countries post shot is likely because Israel could have had more placebos. First off, why is there a difference, second off, why are you not telling people if they are getting placebos or not as if they are unconcenting in an experiment, third off, why would you placebo a population large enough that you get completely different outcomes for the country as a whole, fourth off, if this is all so important that everyone get the shot or it will spell doom for our civilization (how they are treating it) then placeboing people kind of reveals they don't actually think that.

Pfizer’s Clinical Trial data strongly indicates their Covid-19 Vaccine causes the recipient to develop Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome by zyxzevn in VaccineSkepticism

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Yeah. None of my family seems sick. They are pretty much all vaxed. My coworkers though.

Maybe there is something to be said about the vax and incompatability with physical strain. We've seen athletes, rock stars, and workers (my coworkers) with most of the problems. Whereas various people in my family are retired, stay at home, or work office jobs, and they are fine.

Pfizer’s Clinical Trial data strongly indicates their Covid-19 Vaccine causes the recipient to develop Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome by zyxzevn in VaccineSkepticism

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Anyone else have coworkers that are looking sicker and sicker?

The Worst Ubuntu Release In Years (21.10) (DistroTube) by Optimus85 in Linux

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Move to Artix.

The Marine Corps is reinventing itself, to focus on ‘diversity and inclusion’… by IkeConn in TheElephantInTheRoom

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Good. I like a weak military.

Congolese Refugees Use Bitcoin To Build Grassroots Economy by Drewski in cryptocurrency

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Lightning network. Also, it's not that high right now. My most recent one was 20 cents.

Your Money Is Now Losing Close to 1 Percent of Its Value Every 30 Days, According to Labor Bureau Data by Drewski in economy

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It's more than that.

Vaccinated People Are Dying of All Causes 6-1 Over Unvaccinated - Global Research by zyxzevn in VaccineSkepticism

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When you follow their links to the claim it's just a spagetti train to no actual data. Blog after blog after blog. This is Qanon scene levels of unprofessional writing.

Explain to me the political compass. What does left-right mean? What does the authoritarian-libertarian line represent? by IamCleaver in politics

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Honestly the social side of things isn't on there. It's economics on the left-right, and means on the top-bottom. People try to pidginhole social aspects onto it because they don't want to admit that left vs right is short at least two dimensions to be a useful discription of ideology and adding a single dimension won't solve it.

To really understand it you have to understand that it is a byproduct of communist perspectives. Left is anyone the communists at that point in time find favorable, and right is anyone they find disfavorable. That's how you get such polar opposites on almost every spectrum pidgeon holed onto the right, from Hitler, to Bucanan, to libertarians. None of those people agree on almost anything, yet they are all right. Instead think about a polar coordinate system where distance to center is distance from communism, and the angle encodes (poorly) all other aspects of politics. Then map that polar system to a cartisian where left-right is the distance from what was an odd center (communism) and then adjust the verticle along authoritarianism. It's an aweful way of representing an already bad perspective.

Basically right vs left isn't worth salvaging.

What is the counter-argument against blacks/minorities getting sentenced more harshly than whites for the same crime? by Sapphire in debatealtright

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Easy. Repeat offense leads to different sentencing guidelines. It's been shown that they don't get more adverse sentencing guidelines when all factors are considered and it's been show judges don't shown a racial bias in deviation from sentencing guidelines... unless it's for (((them))).

Blacks are more likely to have priors. You get 1/10th the maximal sentencing on your first go unless there are serious aggrivating factors (the maximal sentence limit is high for a reason). After that you'll get somewhere between half and the full amount of a maximal sentence per mess up (some wiggle room given to give the most horrific cases some differencial treatment). Whites tend to find thereselves at odds with our fucked up legal system only once in a lifetime, which honestly is sad.

Bill Gates Warns of Coming ‘Bioterrorist Pandemic’ If Governments Do Not Comply by Rob3122 in politics

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The fact that they managed to get parts of AIDS into a respritory corrona virus might mean they can package any virus into a respritory corrona virus.

Bill Gates Warns of Coming ‘Bioterrorist Pandemic’ If Governments Do Not Comply by Rob3122 in politics

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Found the bioterrorist.

Comparing US states to Entire Countries by GDP. DC as Ukraine lol. by Chipit in maps

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I'm not seeing any Norway on there. Just saying.

The CDC's Rachelle Walensky is asked a very simple question about CDC employees and the % of them that are vaccinated. Her response speaks volumes by Rob3122 in conspiracy

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What did you have for lunch to day?

Um. We are following the regulations and providing technical assistance to comply with hhs guidelines.

IRS provision 6050I of the Infrastructure bill turns cryptocurrency users into felons by Drewski in cryptocurrency

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I'm going to call bullshit a little bit. Why is there not a banner on my pro.coinbase.com account asking for users to oppose this. If a law was two days away from being passed that would make its developers, owners, and customers felons they would use their platform to try to stop it.

Yet nothing. I stopped by multiple crypto-news sites. If this were true it would be the top story. Yet not mentioned on the front page of any of them.

Jesuit control over the banking system (2019-2021) and Catholic records of anti-Semitic propaganda. (X-post from s/Jesuits) by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Right, the Jesuits control the Jews who control the Federal Reserve. whilst also being anti-semitic. The Jews have the power to crush anything that is even percieved as anti-semetic in any other context, but when it comes to the Jesuits they have no capacity to oppose, but only to serve them.

Or... the Jesuits don't control everything, but rather the Jews.

‘I Was Raped By The CIA Medics,’ Says Black-Site Survivor by Drewski in corruption

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The Taliban deserved to win. Lesser evil.

High school under investigation after posting photos of students giving teachers lap dances by AmericanMuskrat in news

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Way to deflect from the criticism.

Build Back Better = bbb = 666 by Popper in whatever

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You can't build back better without destroying everything first.

What is the concept of simplifying voxels into super voxels called? by x0x7 in AskSaidIt

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Searching for it my search engine suggests I meant neural network instead. I know quite a bit about those, but I'm not quite seeing how to use one for this purpose.

The amount of Haskell I know could be summed up to having read some basic code written in it once. It made sense, but I've never created anything in it.

What did I inform the far right of? Maybe I missed some detail somewhere.

"The media is the most powerful entity on earth. They have the power to make the innocent guilty and to make the guilty innocent and that's power. Because they control the minds of the masses." -Malcolm X by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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According to them they have the power to declare the president.

Mom isn't the first word out of this kid, wait for it. by x0x7 in videos

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Maybe it's time I start transcoding to low res. Maybe when I get a proper gpu I can real time transcode it down on demand.

BREAKING: Pfizer Senior Director of Worldwide Research Vanessa Gelman RUNS from Veritas' Questions by Chipit in news

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The Streisand effect will be strong with this one.

Let's all start emailing her?

what is this efnet? by humancorpse in technology

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EFNet is an IRC server provider. Instead of running an IRC server you can set up a chat room on their site an it will be a channel on their server.

IRC is a really old chat room technology. It's like discord, but instead of it being a software its a protocol so there are a lot of different client and server programs for it.

BREAKING: Pfizer Senior Director of Worldwide Research Vanessa Gelman RUNS from Veritas' Questions by Chipit in news

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That was its best attempt.

Ubuntu causes girl to drop out of college -- h3h3 reaction video by Drewski in funny

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You'd think if they wanted to do that they would have installed windows on it.

The funny thing is if she is dumb enough to think the internet comes from a CD then she's going to keep having problems on Linux. Linux isn't hard. You just have to have an ounce of common sense. Same is true of Windows, but now you have an unfamiliar OS to blame and you don't make progress solving your problems.