Former CIA Spook: "Deep State Wants Epstein Gone" by BillionDollarEgg3 in WorldNews

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I think it's interesting that, in all the times that Epstein has been caught with his hand in the cookie jar, it "stuck" this time. The media has clearly been instructed to make his story disappear in the past. The opposite this time.

VOAT IS BACK by [deleted] in 11MRadio

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It is very down tonight.

Google CEO Asked About "Videos Of Hillary Clinton Consuming Remains Of Children All Over Youtube" by Tom_Bombadil in pizzagate

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That's what the Internet Kill Switch was for.

Skeletor tries to rob a store with dire consequences by DoctorsHateHim in WatchPeopleDie

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I was a little concerned for the downrange bystanders, particularly the person in red. He seems to have pulled it off successfully.

Dashcam recorded the death of the driver and passenger car by DoctorsHateHim in WatchPeopleDie

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Testosterone. Kids (young men) drive way too fast and don't have the experience to be able to pull it off.

Windows 10 Keeps Getting Worse by Optimus85 in technology

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I'm really fond of XP, Win 7, and I tolerate Win 8.1.

Win 10 is a disaster.

Florida couple wins the right to plant veggies in front yard by [deleted] in powertrip

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I know that Cody (of Cody's Lab) has had his run ins with Utah law. Grass is wasteful of water and labor to cut it. He planted a garden in his front lawn instead. The city came along and wrote him several tickets.

This is dumb. Grass is stupid. It's a holdover from when wealthy landowners could afford to have land that wasn't used for agriculture. It was a sign of ostentatious wealth. As long as it looks tidy, who cares if it is a garden instead of grass? Incredible waste of billions of gallons of fresh potable water every year. And with the aquifers now being depleted at an alarming rate. What will people say about our society 100 years from now? (If there are still people.)

In my area this isn't an issue, plenty of people have ripped out their grass and put in a garden, raised beds, or even (shocked) native plants.

Corporate pride by Mnemonic in memes

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You've never been a part of a marketing / graphics design team, have you? That graphic with the rainbow took a team at least a week and three drafts to complete for the customer. Guarantee that hashtag went through a focus group.

Our business gets a minor revision to its logo about once every two years (one year it was a gradient color from top to bottom, the next year it was a solid color with a border, the next time it was a font change). We all get new shirts and new business cards. They have to throw out 9/10 of a box of business cards with the old logo. They cost the company $250 per person. We have 1000 employees.

Corporate pride by Mnemonic in memes

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The moment you ever see any parade or protest with preprinted (professionally produced) signs or banners, you know this is being paid for by somebody. In this case, MasterCard spent thousands of dollars to design that, print it out, and probably had to pay somebody to walk it in the parade. They may have even paid for the placement in the parade.

My favorite is when a spontaneous protest erupts. Someone (Shareblue) pays for the busses, the protestors (actors), the signs, and even the media placement. If you see hundreds of preprinted protest signs that are all the same, caveat emptor. You are being sold a prepackaged news story.

/r/The_Donald has been quarantined. by r721 in MeanwhileOnReddit

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This really is their IPO. They are clearly being paid to manufacture the narrative. It's just not a public IPO.

/r/The_Donald has been quarantined. by r721 in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Wow, good digging.

Bayer sold a medicine tainted with HIV. Once it was discovered in the US, they continued to sell it overseas for over a year in order to clear stock. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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How does a medicine become "tainted with HIV"? HIV doesn't live long outside its human host. It's a living virus.

Tesla Model 3 Spoofed off the highway - Regulus Navigation System Hack Causes Car to Turn On Its Own by Mnemonic in technology

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Yes, you can replace the battery on a Leaf. Mine is 3 years old and it still has full battery capacity at this point. The new batteries cost almost as much as buying a used Leaf. (About $9000 USD) It can be done yourself, but the batteries are really heavy and come in a very large pack. So usually it is done by a Nissan shop mechanic. I'm still waiting for a third party battery manufacturer (or someone who will rebuild an old battery pack) for cheaper than a new Nissan battery.

I've also seen replacement batteries for hybrid cars such as Toyota Prius. These have been around long enough that you can buy a third party manufactured battery and they are a LOT cheaper than Toyota's factory battery.

It's interesting that for the Tesla, they are considering a battery "subscription". They are really easy to change out (it's the whole bottom of the car which just unbolts), so you basically just drive away with a new one when your old one dies.

If I had one of those electric scooters, I would look into replacing the battery and charger myself. You probably can get it a lot cheaper if you are not afraid of doing a little research and getting your hands dirty. It sounds like they are buying cheap Chinese batteries and chargers and marking the price way up.

Tesla Model 3 Spoofed off the highway - Regulus Navigation System Hack Causes Car to Turn On Its Own by Mnemonic in technology

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It seems that certain media outlets just love to run anything negative on Teslas that they can find. If they can't find anything negative, they just make stuff up. I strongly believe they are being paid to cast Tesla and Elon Musk in a negative light. If the company could be made to fail, it perpetuates both the oil and gas industry and the regular automotive industry. Those are the strong players that have something to lose, so they are probably funding all these hit pieces. I read an article the other day that seemed to indicate that Tesla was failing badly about something-or-other, but when you go read the data yourself, it was actually the opposite. The article cherry picked to make a negative headline.

I own a Nissan Leaf and I love the snot out of that car. When it dies I will probably buy a lower priced Tesla. Electric cars are great.

Which Joe Biden is your favorite? by Orangutan in politics

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Yeah, I definitely like the part where he gropes little girls on camera.

Only you can prevent Waco situations by useless_aether in memes

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The US government got away with sniping an unarmed pregnant woman. Randy Weaver was later acquitted.

Only you can prevent Waco situations by useless_aether in memes

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Remember Ruby Ridge, Idaho.

Spatula City from UHF by Entropick in funny

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Time to drink from the fire hose!

Spatula City from UHF by Entropick in funny

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Supplies!

PeerTube is a free, decentralized and federated video platform developed as an alternative to other platforms that centralize our data and attention, such as YouTube, Dailymotion or Vimeo. by sawboss in youtube

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If someone had a vested interest in getting rid of this, they could put child pornography on it. It'd get blacklisted immediately. How does it prevent this from happening? Either by bad actors or actual pedophiles...

Poll: Americans view fake news as a bigger problem than terrorism (Comment are a real goldmine!! /s) by Vigte in MeanwhileOnReddit

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I do believe a large number of them are paid. Or at least interns or something for some large organization.

What's the Newspeak word for "gimp" or "cripple"? by sawboss in AskSaidIt

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Interesting tidbit: double amputees who have false legs are prohibited from competitive running (in formal sports events) against unmodified humans. Those huge "flipper" legs are really, really good at running. Better than normies with feet.

What's the Newspeak word for "gimp" or "cripple"? by sawboss in AskSaidIt

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"Teacher! Teacher! He used the 'R' word!"

The Bloody 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre by yetanotherone_sigh in WatchPeopleDie

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The reason I posted it was that I didn't realize that they had purposefully run over people over and over with tanks, to make them easier to wash down the drain with a hose. Easier to hide the crime.

Video allegedly shows jailer use Taser on inmate strapped to chair by dcjogger in news

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The inmate's left hand gets loose of the strap. Then he immediately puts it back in. Probably under threat of getting tased again...

Monthly observations June 2019: what signs of collapse do you see in your region? by happysmash27 in collapse

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More homeless people in all major cities on the west coast.

I have a non conspiracy, conspiracy theory: by beautifulgirlbydana in SaidIt

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How many actual subscribers are there on Saidit? I can't find any subverses that have more than 10,802 subscribers.

what happened? by Broken-needles350 in SaidIt

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Spiffy!

YouTube, Gmail, and other Google services are down in North America, some parts of Europe by Optimus85 in WorldNews

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The end is nigh.

what happened? by Broken-needles350 in SaidIt

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Saidit was down again this afternoon. Was it a separate issue?

Sunday, May 26, 07:30 UTC: posts from only 5 users make up 71% of /s/all by [deleted] in SaidIt

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You can't tell me what to do. You're not my real dad!

Rules for Being Human by magnora7 in whatever

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Study Sanskrit for a lifetime. You'll find it.

Haven't seen any memes here yet, so not sure if this is allowed, but I guess I'm about to find out! by Laser_Magnum in piracy

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Activation codes so that you can hand in your homework.

The future is now, indeed.

Rules for Being Human by magnora7 in whatever

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They don't have a responsibility to you to explain it. You get to go find it.