Microsoft Doesn’t Like The Fact That Users Use Local Accounts in Windows 11. So, It Removed the Instructions for Setting Them Up by [deleted] in technology

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Video Windows local accounts vs Microsoft account

https://youtu.be/oAPTx5ou0iA?si=8qkmGtsErk71kev5

r/GaysAgainstGroomers has been banned by xoenix in MeanwhileOnReddit

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/s/GaysAgainstGroomers

It appears that we already have that sub but there's nothing in it, totally weird.

Microsoft Doesn’t Like The Fact That Users Use Local Accounts in Windows 11. So, It Removed the Instructions for Setting Them Up by [deleted] in technology

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There is software that I run that is designed to run on Windows and even though I could use wine and run it on Linux I refuse to do that because I wanted to operate in the environment under which it was designed to run.

I will tell you what I hate about Windows is those stupid automatic updates that you almost can't turn off.

There is a program winupdatestop or something like that and it very reliably turns off Windows updates but they charge you like 10 bucks a year for it.

r/GaysAgainstGroomers has been banned by xoenix in MeanwhileOnReddit

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I have been around trannies in real life and they are never ever happy.. they always need to get $6,000 to get there Adam's Apple ground down then they need $15,000 for a boob job and then they need some money to get there knuckles on their toes ground down and they need to get their butt reshaped and blah blah blah..

And when it's all said and done and they've totally f***** up their bodies they realize they're just a gay boy and they get the boobs taken off to get their ass put back to normal and their sissy boys.

I've seen it way too many times.

Have you watched videos about some of these people that get their dick cut off and get a artificial p**** installed? It doesn't sound nice at all. People describe it as being little more than an open wound that requires dilating on a daily basis and sometimes more frequently otherwise the thing will just heal up and will get infected and will kill them basically.

I think tranny's that actually manage to be happy somewhat are the ones that keep their penis and just get a boob job and learn to dress up feminine but even the the female hormones mess them up medically where they are going to have major major health problems.

You should try watching some videos about trannies and transition regret? Do you know the doctors that see these people before they give them the transition drugs etc they don't really take any time at all to examine these people to see if they've just lost their mind if they're mental or what they are they just start them on the hormones and those hormones will make you feel female.

Video: my childhood was ruined

https://youtu.be/DSGgR3W_jjg?si=BHTFL2cg7FLGByLX

Roots by OBA in memes

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The first of those two pictures mentions the Klamath River.

That's where I grew up. I grew up and used to hunt and fish and camp on the Klamath river.

Anyway I'm a country boy.

https://youtu.be/Ppl3cja0Av0?si=erfEHWOUUHDHEINV

Ukraine is now using American missiles to BOMB innocent civilians on the beach in Crimea, Russia. by Questionable in WorldPolitics

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As I said we could bend the rules a little bit and brute Force the password of a couple of users I think AXXA is the moderator of many subs and pick a couple of other usernames and just brute Force hack the password of those accounts.

Now you can go in and take care of business.

It might take a couple weeks to brute Force those passwords, but sometimes that's what it takes to solve a puzzle.

FYI, if there aren't any admins on staff then who's going to be watching the site logs to know that you're brute forcing the s*** out of a password? It would be a bit like robbing a bank when all the bank tellers are sleeping on the job, lol.

By the way you better hope the spammers don't get the wrong idea about brute forcing passwords because they could do some real f****** damage. You better get your s*** straightened out and quick or they're going to f*** you up in a major way.

Don't say that I didn't try to help

Ukraine is now using American missiles to BOMB innocent civilians on the beach in Crimea, Russia. by Questionable in WorldPolitics

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This is Edward trying to hurt Saidit again with nonsense spam.

He must be stopped.

NEVER FORGET: US Government Has Now Held Jeremy Brown in Prison for 1,000 Days for Leaking Video of FBI Trying to Recruit Him for January 6 by Questionable in politics

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They want to get rid of the 1st and 2nd Amendments

You have the right to cable TV. You have the right to eat Spam. You have the right to go to prison. You have the right to STFU. You have the right to drink water.

You have been read your rights.

Is Reddit dying? by xoenix in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Be sure to self report if you're a bot

Reported for spam!

Is Reddit dying? by xoenix in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Probably same amount of people but bots increase daily

It's concerning to hear that the number of bots is increasing daily, potentially skewing the data and interactions on this platform. As a community, we should be vigilant and proactive in identifying and addressing these bots to maintain the integrity and authenticity of our discussions. Has anyone noticed any patterns or behaviors that could help us identify and report these bots effectively? Let's work together to keep our community bot-free and ensure meaningful interactions for all users.

Everything Is Fine! :/ by HugodeCrevellier in SaidIt

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ตัวอย่างเรียงความแบบยาว พิมพ์พิมพ์ บทความตัวอย่างขนาดยาวในลิงก์ pdf ด้านล่างแสดงรายชื่อนักเขียนที่คว้าโอกาสหรือเข้าถึงสิ่งที่สูงกว่าในระดับที่แตกต่างกัน นักเขียนเหล่านี้ไม่เพียงแต่เขียนเรียงความที่มีความยาวเท่านั้น (ยังอยู่ในขีดจำกัดจำนวนคำที่กำหนด) แต่ในหลายกรณีพวกเขาทำบางอย่างที่กล้าแสดงออกด้วยเนื้อหา รูปแบบ หรือบุคลิกภาพ

ในตัวอย่างนี้ ความยาวสามารถพิสูจน์ได้โดยข้อเท็จจริงที่ว่านักเขียนเหล่านี้ไม่จำเป็นต้องจัดอยู่ในหมวดหมู่นักศึกษา "ทั่วไป" แต่ยังคงสมัครเข้าเรียนหลักสูตรระดับบัณฑิตศึกษาหรือทุนการศึกษา เพื่อให้สามารถแข่งขันได้ นักเขียนเหล่านี้ตัดสินใจที่จะโดดเด่นด้วยการเล่าเรื่องราวของพวกเขาในแบบที่พวกเขาหวังว่าจะทำให้พวกเขาแตกต่างจากและเหนือกว่าฝูงชน หัวข้อทั่วไปที่เชื่อมโยงนักเขียนที่หลากหลายเหล่านี้คือความมั่นใจที่ชัดเจนว่า:

บทความของพวกเขามีความสำคัญต่อคณะกรรมการคัดเลือกและ เรียงความของพวกเขาจะทั้งสังเกตเห็นได้ชัดเจนและสังเกตเห็นได้ ภาพรวมของตัวอย่างเรียงความแบบยาว ตัวอย่างนักศึกษาวิศวกรรมเครื่องกล ในเรียงความตัวอย่างแรกจากวิศวกรรมเครื่องกล สิ่งที่โดดเด่นทันทีคือความยาวและรูปถ่าย ในกรณีนี้ นักเรียนกำลังสมัครทุนวิศวกรรมศาสตร์ ดังนั้นเขาจึงได้รับพื้นที่ในการรวบรวมเนื้อหาทางเทคนิคตลอดจนระบุประเด็นต่างๆ เช่น แรงจูงใจส่วนบุคคลที่คาดว่าจะได้อ่านในคำแถลงส่วนตัว เรียงความส่วนใหญ่อภิปรายเกี่ยวกับงานวิทยานิพนธ์ของเขา ซึ่งเกี่ยวข้องกับการตรวจสอบ "การแพร่กระจายของเปลวไฟในหลอดแก้วเล็ก ๆ" ตัวเลขดังกล่าวแสดงถึงงานทดลองและแสดงถึงความสำเร็จของผลวิทยานิพนธ์เบื้องต้น ซึ่งแสดงให้เห็นด้วยสายตาถึงจุดที่เปลวไฟจะถึงจุดชนวน

ตัวอย่างนักศึกษาศิลปศาสตร์ ข้อความส่วนตัวสามหน้าของนักศึกษาศิลปศาสตร์มีความน่าสนใจตรงที่มักมีเจตนาเป็นนามธรรมและออกแนวปรัชญาเล็กน้อย นักเรียนคนนี้เข้าเรียนในโรงเรียนศิลปศาสตร์ขนาดเล็กที่ส่งเสริมหัวข้อ "คิด พัฒนา และลงมือทำ" ให้กับนักเรียน และนักเรียนคนนี้ได้สะท้อนถึงหัวข้อนี้และน้อมรับหัวข้อนี้ในชีวิตของเขาเองตั้งแต่เริ่มเขียนเรียงความ ในหลักสูตรของเขา เขาได้เรียนหลักสูตรคานธีและอหิงสา ศึกษาในต่างประเทศในเบลเยียม และออกแบบโปรแกรม "การศึกษาสันติภาพและความขัดแย้งโดยเน้นการปฏิวัติเทคโนโลยีด้วยตนเอง" นอกจากนี้ เขายังได้ไปทัศนศึกษาเพื่อรับใช้เป็นเวลา 10 วันไปยังคอสตาริกา โดยศึกษาที่สถาบันการศึกษาคานธีในอินเดีย รับหน้าที่พาร์ทไทม์เป็นผู้ช่วยสมาชิกรัฐสภายุโรป และเขียนบทความเรื่อง "A Knowledge-Based สังคมกับความแตกแยกทางดิจิทัล” ในขณะเดียวกันเขาวางแผนที่จะสำเร็จการศึกษาด้วยเกียรตินิยมในสาขาวิชาเอกทั้งสองของเขา ในแง่ดนตรีแจ๊ส นักเรียนคนนี้ดูเหมือนจะมีความสามารถอย่างแน่นอน

ตัวอย่างนักศึกษาภาพยนตร์ วิธีหนึ่งที่จะเข้าใจถึงความกล้าหาญของถ้อยแถลงส่วนตัวนี้ซึ่งเขียนโดยนักศึกษาที่ตั้งใจจะศึกษาภาพยนตร์ที่มหาวิทยาลัยโคลัมเบีย ก็คือการพิจารณาคำพาดพิงที่เขาพูดตลอดถ้อยแถลงของเขา โดยไม่มีการขอโทษหรือความถ่อมตัวอย่างชัดเจน ผู้เขียนคนนี้จึงอ้างอิงถึง Steven Spielberg, Woody Allen, Jean-Luc Godard, Jean Vigo, Terrence Malick และ David Gordon Green นอกจากนี้ นักเขียนคนนี้ยังใช้ขั้นตอนที่ไม่ธรรมดาในการใช้ส่วนหัวของส่วนในข้อความส่วนตัวของเขา ซึ่งรวมถึง “บทกวี” “พลาสติก” และ “เด็กๆ” ในหน้าแรก แต่ไม่ว่านักเขียนคนนี้จะสร้างสรรค์แค่ไหน แน่นอนว่าท้ายที่สุดแล้ว เราก็ต้องตัดสินเขาจากความสามารถที่พิสูจน์ได้ของเขาในฐานะผู้สร้างภาพยนตร์ ในเรื่องนั้น เขาแสดงให้เห็นความสบายใจในการพูดคุยเกี่ยวกับภาพยนตร์และผู้กำกับ วางตัวเปรียบเทียบเกี่ยวกับการสร้างภาพยนตร์ของนักเรียน (“การกำกับเนื้อหาของคุณเองก็เหมือนกับการเป็นพ่อแม่”) และกล่าวถึงความสำเร็จของโปรเจ็กต์อาวุโสความยาว 19 นาทีของเขา “Burying Dvorak”— ภาพยนตร์ที่เขาโปรโมตโดยใช้เวลาหนึ่งปีหลังจากสำเร็จการศึกษา และประสบความสำเร็จในการนำไปฉายในเทศกาลภาพยนตร์มากกว่า 20 เทศกาล ขณะที่เขาปิดเรียงความ เขาได้เสนอเรื่องเฉพาะเจาะจงให้กับมหาวิทยาลัยโคลัมเบีย ซึ่งเขาหวังว่าจะ "ค้นพบเสียงของฉันเอง บทกวีของฉันเอง" ต่อไป

ตัวอย่างนักศึกษาวิทยาศาสตร์ชีวภาพ สำหรับเรียงความตัวอย่างที่มีความยาวจากนักศึกษาสาขาวิทยาศาสตร์ชีวภาพ จำเป็นต้องมีความยาวที่กว้างขวางและความลึกทางวิทยาศาสตร์ เนื่องจากนักศึกษากำลังสมัครเข้าร่วม STAR Fellowship ที่มีการแข่งขันสูง โปรแกรม STAR (Science to Achieve Results) มอบทุนระดับบัณฑิตศึกษาผ่านทาง US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ซึ่งให้ทุนสนับสนุนการศึกษาหลายปี เมื่อพิจารณาถึงความสามารถในการแข่งขันของกระบวนการและพันธกิจของ EPA ในการปกป้องสิ่งแวดล้อม จึงจำเป็นอย่างยิ่งที่นักเรียนรายนี้จะต้องนำเสนอโครงการที่มีความสำคัญต่อสิ่งแวดล้อมและเป็นไปได้ด้วยวิธีการโน้มน้าวใจและเป็นมืออาชีพ เพื่อให้บรรลุเป้าหมายนี้ ผู้เขียนประสบความสำเร็จในการเข้าถึงเรียงความเช่นเดียวกับข้อเสนอวิทยานิพนธ์ โดยใช้หัวหน้าส่วนที่เกี่ยวข้องกับวิทยาศาสตร์ จัดทำตัวเลขและข้อมูลต้นฉบับ เน้นหนักไปที่เป้าหมายการวิจัยในอนาคต และดำเนินการทบทวนวรรณกรรมโดยอ้างอิงแหล่งข้อมูล 19 แหล่ง ตั้งแต่พื้นฐาน หนังสือเรียนไปยังวารสารอ้างอิง ผลลัพธ์ที่ได้คือบทความที่ทรงพลังและมีความลึกซึ้งทางวิทยาศาสตร์

Everything Is Fine! :/ by HugodeCrevellier in SaidIt

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Many of the Socialists agreed with my analysis that once they had chosen the candidate, they needed to unite behind that candidate, resist their historic predilection for factionalism, run a campaign that was fresh, energetic and based upon a programme totally focused on the future and one which addressed people's concerns. They agreed too that the PS could no longer look down its nose at communication, but had to see it not just as an essential element of campaigning, but a democratic duty at a time when people have so many pressures on their lives and living standards, and concerns about the world around them. But though they agreed with the analysis, some worried about the Party’s capacity to deliver upon it. The fear of another defeat ought to be enough, surely, to deliver on the first and essential part: unity. As someone on the progressive side of the political divide, I continue to think the French left's over intellectualisation of politics, its focus on never-ending debate instead of agreement around big points and unity behind one accepted leader remains a problem. I added that I felt the way was wide open for someone to come along and set out, with total honesty and clarity, the challenges ahead, the limitations of what one leader or one country can do, but explain the world and begin to shape direction. In other words, what I sensed behind the seeming confusion and rather disgruntled nature of French opinion was a real desire for leadership of a strategic rather than a tactical nature. There too, there were concerns, not least because of memories of the negative impact on Lionel Jospin’s campaign when he stated – truthfully – that the State could not do everything. I heard a lot about Marine Le Pen and certainly the polls tell a good story for the leader of the Front National. She has certainly shown she can mount a campaign and get the media to accept a sense of change. When even her enemies refer to as Marine, rather than the more toxic Le Pen, that is something of a success. But whenever I have heard her, I have not heard a powerful argument for the future of France. So France enters a fascinating period, where not one single person I met predicted the outcome of either first or second round without at least some doubt in their eyes. When things are so tight, communications can make the difference. It is not a dirty word. I don't agree with all of Seguela’s analysis. I don't accept that only four US presidents radically changed the country. I am not entirely convinced that la pub de la pub is more important than la pub. I am not sure that David Cameron's loss of a child had the political impact Seguela thinks it did. I think Brits will be also be surprised at the dominant role he gives in the Tory campaign to his colleague David Jones. I think he overstates how Sarkozy is seen in the world. I agree with him that we need to be cautious about the potential abuse of the internet which has no global governance or regulation to match, but I'm not sure I agree this risks being 'en bras arme de l'anarchie'. But it is a book full of understanding of some of the big themes and the small details required for a successful campaigning mindset. He is, as one would expect for someone who has been close to different leaders, clued up on the importance of good chemistry between leader and strategist. He understands the importance of body language as well as language. He knows the importance of emotion as well as reason. He understands how the web is changing politics. One of my favourite phrases is that 'life is on the record'. He has a different way of putting it. 'Le "off" n'existe plus desormais. Tout ce que vous direz pourra se retourner contre vous.' It is why the whole 'droit d'etre oublie' is emerging as a debate. How many of the young men and women today filling the web with pictures and confessions from their private lives may end up running for office one day, and regretting their openness? On verra. Perhaps I can end where I began, with the changes the social media has brought. At the last election Labour did not do poster campaigns. This was a shame. In previous campaigns we had had some brilliant posters. But under Gordon Brown, we had very little money for the campaign. The Tories had plenty of it and, as Seguela records, they ran a lot of posters. One of their most expensive billboard campaigns was of a giant photo of Cameron with an anti-Labour slogan 'we can't go on like this.' Someone noticed that the Tory leader's face had been airbrushed. This fact became the source of thousands of tweets. Then someone set up a website mydavidcameron.com where people could send their own, largely anti-Tory, versions of this poster. These were sent in in their thousands, and many were much better, wittier and more politically devastating than the original. I'll tell you when I knew they had wasted their money - when the newspapers carried photos of one giant poster site which had been defaced ... Cameron's hair had been replaced with a painted version of Elvis Presley's hair, and to the slogan 'we can't go on like this' had been added the words of one of Elvis' most famous songs ... 'with suspicious minds'. The combination of the internet and wit had reduced the political impact of a hugely expensive campaign to zero. That is my final thought as you begin to read Jacques Seguela’s account. It is a quote from a former colleague, Labour MP Hazel Blears ... 'Campaigning is like sex. If you're not enjoying it, you're not doing it properly.'

Ukraine is now using American missiles to BOMB innocent civilians on the beach in Crimea, Russia. by Questionable in WorldPolitics

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The post has just arrived and in it a very nice surprise, the discovery that Jacques Seguela, one-time adviser to President Mitterrand, now close confidant of President and Madame Sarkozy (indeed he intoduced them), and something of a legend in French political communications, has dedicated his latest book to little old moi. With apologies for the missing accents here and in the French bits of the long posting which follows - the dedication to 'Le Pouvoir dans la Peau' (Power in the skin) reads 'A Alastair Campbell, mon spin doctor prefere' (three missing accents in one word - mes excuses sinceres). So what did I do for this honour, you are asking? Well, perhaps the fact that he asked me to read his book, and write a 'postface' assessment both of his writing and of the issues he covers, and the fact that I said yes, has something to do with it. He says some blushmakingly kind things in his 'preface to the postface', which I will have to leave to French readers of the whole thing (published by Plon). But for the largely Anglophone visitors of this blog, I thought some of you might like to read the said 'postface' in English (apart from the bits where I quote direct from his book). I hope all those students who write asking for help with dissertations will find something quotable in it. Meanwhile I am off to Norway for a conference and a meeting with the Norwegian Labour Party. I'm looking forward to being in the country with the highest 'human development index' in the world, and which showed such a mature response to the recent massacre of Oslo and Utoya. Here is the postface to Le Pouvoir dans la Peau Jacques Seguela writes about political campaigns and communications not merely as an expert analyst, but as an experienced practitioner. Hence his latest book contains both insights worth heeding, but also enlivening tales of his own experience. He is observer and participant; outsider looking in, and insider looking out. There is much to look at, not least in France with a Presidential election looming, and the outcome far from easy to predict. We live in a world defined by the pace of change, and whilst the velocity of that change has not always impacted upon our political institutions, many of which would remain recognisable to figures of history, it most certainly has impacted upon political communications. As Seguela writes: ‘En 5 ans le monde de la communication a plus evolue que dans les cents dernieres annees. ' Google, Youtube, Twitter, Facebook have quickly entered our language and changed the way we communicate, live our private lives, do business, do politics. People do not believe politicians as much as they once did. Nor do they believe the media. So who do we believe? We believe each other. The power and the political potential of social networks flows from that reality. Though fiercely modern in their application, social networks in some ways take us back to the politics of the village square. They are an electronic word of mouth on a sometimes global scale. This has changed the way people interact with each other and with their politicians. My first campaign as spokesman and strategist for Tony Blair was in 1997, three years in the planning after he had become leader of the Opposition Labour Party. Some of the principles of strategy we applied back then would certainly apply to a modern day election. But their tactical execution almost certainly would not. Politicians and their strategists have to adapt to change as well as lead it. Seguela gives some interesting insights into those who have adapted well, and those who have done less well. He clearly adores former President Lula of Brazil and you can feel his yearning for a French leader who can somehow combine hard-headed strategy with human empathy in the same way as a man who left office with satisfaction ratings of 87percent. Seguela probably remains best known in political circles for his role advising Francois Mitterrand. Yet wheras I am 'tribal Labour', and could not imagine supporting a Conservative Party candidate in the UK, Seguela came out as a major supporter of Nicolas Sarkozy. I wonder if one of the reasons was not a frustration that large parts of the left in France remain eternally suspicious of modern communications techniques and styles which, frankly, no modern leader in a modern democracy can ignore. How he or she adapts to, or uses, them is up to them. But you cannot stand aside and imagine the world has not changed. If Lula is a star of this book, so too is Barack Obama. American elections are of enormous interest to all political campaign junkies, a category in which both Seguela and I would almost certainly qualify. Much is made of Obama's use of the internet, a relatively new phenomenon in historical terms and one the young Senator used brilliantly in his quest to become President. Yet though it was an accurate expression of his modernity, underpinning its use were some very old-fashioned campaign principles. He used it to turn supporters into activists who both gave funds and also took his campaign materials and ideas and ran their own campaigns for him. Somehow he managed to make one of the most professional, most disciplined and best funded campaigns in history look like an enormous act of democratic participation. It was less command and control - the model we certainly adopted in 1997 and 2001, Labour's two landslide victories, easing off a little for our third win in 2005 - than 'inspire and empower.' 'Yes we can' not 'yes I can'. His supporters were more than supporters. They were an active part of the campaign, and of the message. The key to this was something that had nothing to do with politicians and everything to do with science, technology and the internet. Ask me who has had the most influence on campaigns in recent times and I might be tempted to reply Tim Berners-Lee, the man credited with gifting the web to the world. Its implications have been far reaching in virtually all aspects of our lives, politics and political campaigns foremost. The new household brand names of the cyber era have not replaced good policy work, messaging and organisation. But they have become essential components of the execution of them in the campaign. Mainstream conventional media remains important and influential, not least because, bizarrely, in most democracies the broadcasters continue to let the press set their agenda for them. But a candidate who tries to stand against the tide of new media will be making a big mistake, and missing big opportunities. If it has changed so much in the last five years, how much more will it change in the next five years? They will also be making a mistake if they think social media can be managed and massaged in the way that, often, mainstream media have been. The key - on this I agree totally with Seguela - is authenticity. And that should be good news for authentic political leaders and an authenticity hungry public alike. The public tend to get to the point of an election. Seguela has an interesting account of the last UK election and in particular the first ever televised Leaders' Debates. Though I had worked on three campaigns for Tony Blair, I am sufficiently tribally Labour to have answered a call from his successor, Gordon Brown, to go back to help him for his first election campaign as leader in 2011. One of the roles I ended up playing was that of David Cameron in Brown's preparatory sessions for the TV debates. These debates mattered, that much was sure. Election planning for Blair, I had always been doubtful about the benefit of such debates in a Parliamentary democracy where our leaders meet each other week in week out in the crucible of the House of Commons. I was worried the media would make them all about themselves, and that the policy issues would be drowned out. So it proved. Yet in a way the public did get to the point they wanted to.

Ukraine is now using American missiles to BOMB innocent civilians on the beach in Crimea, Russia. by Questionable in WorldPolitics

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ขอบคุณที่สนใจเรื่องการเล่าเรื่องยาย Popeye the Sailor Man นะคะ! เรื่องนี้เกี่ยวกับนักเรือชาวอเมริกันชื่อโปเป้ย์ ซึ่งเคยเป็นการ์ตูนยอดนิยมในยุค 1920s ครับ โปเป้ย์มีความแข็งแกร่งและกล้ามแข็ง เขามีการนำผักชนิดหนึ่งที่เรียกว่า spinach มากินทำให้เขามีพลังและสามารถต่อสู้กับศัตรูได้อย่างทรงพลัง หลังจากนั้นเรื่องได้รับความนิยมและถูกนำมาสร้างเป็นภาพยนตร์ ถ้าคุณมีข้อมูลเพิ่มเติมหรือต้องการรู้เพิ่มเติมเกี่ยวกับเรื่องนี้ อย่าลังเลที่จะถามคำถามค่ะ!

Everything Is Fine! :/ by HugodeCrevellier in SaidIt

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Title: Re: Everything Is Fine! :/ Hello everyone, I recently came across the phrase "Everything Is Fine! :/" and it got me thinking about how often we use this phrase to mask our true feelings and struggles. In today's fast-paced world, it can be easy to put on a brave face and pretend that everything is okay, even when it's not. But the reality is that it's okay not to be okay sometimes. It's important to acknowledge our feelings and seek support when we need it. I believe that it's crucial to create a safe space where we can express our true emotions without fear of judgment. By opening up about our struggles, we not only allow ourselves to heal but also inspire others to do the same. We are all human, and we all face challenges in life. It's okay to be vulnerable and to ask for help when we need it. Moreover, the phrase "Everything Is Fine! :/" can also be a reminder to check in with ourselves and those around us. Sometimes, a simple conversation with a friend or loved one can make a world of difference. By being present and truly listening to each other, we can strengthen our relationships and build a supportive community. I encourage everyone to practice self-care and self-compassion. It's okay to take a break, to prioritize our mental health, and to seek professional help if needed. Remember that it's not a sign of weakness to ask for help—it's a sign of strength. In conclusion, let's strive to create a culture of openness and empathy. Let's be there for each other, lend a listening ear, and offer a shoulder to lean on. Together, we can break the stigma surrounding mental health and create a more compassionate world. Thank you for reading, and remember: It's okay not to be okay sometimes. Let's support each other and remind ourselves that we are never alone in our struggles. Take care, [Your Name]

Spammers are winning by Brewdabier in TechSec

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That was just phase one.. phase 2 is coming.

Rudolf Steiner is my earliest source on the real goal of vaccination dating back to 1917 - Pharmakia - Dissident7 [6.57] by doginventer in conspiracy

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Jesus said that the greatest commandments are to love God and to love other people, not to warn people of anything.

Why is the pedophile we just busted hanging out at the white house and meeting up with Biden assistants? by Questionable in politics

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Rudolf Steiner is my earliest source on the real goal of vaccination dating back to 1917 - Pharmakia - Dissident7 [6.57] by doginventer in conspiracy

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That is perhaps true, and isn't it interesting that you as a servant to Jesus chooses to hang out in here with a bunch of perverse dogs?

You could be in prayer right now but instead you choose to be here spreading propaganda that means nothing to Jesus

Rudolf Steiner is my earliest source on the real goal of vaccination dating back to 1917 - Pharmakia - Dissident7 [6.57] by doginventer in conspiracy

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Bitcoin is fiat currency that is not issued by any government.

People have been known to buy Bentley's and Rolls-Royce with these seemingly random numbers

There are many two or three legit users online now, the spammers have taken over. by zz0001 in whatever

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I don't answer questions

Rudolf Steiner is my earliest source on the real goal of vaccination dating back to 1917 - Pharmakia - Dissident7 [6.57] by doginventer in conspiracy

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If you string together 256 zeros and ones, that is a Bitcoin private key.

Example: 110100111

If you are lucky enough to guess a Bitcoin private key that actually contains bitcoins, they are yours for the taking.

They say that there are more Bitcoin private keys then there are specs of dust in the universe.

Happy hunting

There are many two or three legit users online now, the spammers have taken over. by zz0001 in whatever

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No I'm sitting here watching my trading work and I'm sitting here watching this garbage dump get burnt to the ground.

It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood

There are many two or three legit users online now, the spammers have taken over. by zz0001 in whatever

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I'm enjoying my morning coffee watching the spammers set this s*** hole on fire

There are many two or three legit users online now, the spammers have taken over. by zz0001 in whatever

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https://saidit.net/s/whatever/about/log

Look at the logs and you will see that there are a few people that have the ability to ban users but they don't?

This is a planned demolition

Why is the pedophile we just busted hanging out at the white house and meeting up with Biden assistants? by Questionable in politics

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Corrupt and perverse people will sell you out for a jelly donut and that makes them the worst people to have in government positions of power

Time to do something about the spam by Gravi in SaidIt

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My gut feeling is that M7 is behind the spam and that he took a payoff so that you would intentionally destroy this site.

You did all the work and M7 got all the reward

His goal from the beginning was to round up all of the supposed free thinkers and then to destroy their place where they communicate.

And I'm betting he got paid in the hundreds of thousands of dollars

I'm betting maggie just bought a nice new car

Do you know why his nickname is Maggie? Because he's a tranny

There are many two or three legit users online now, the spammers have taken over. by zz0001 in whatever

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Eat a f****** donkey dick

royruk by chera in environment

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Gffyhgdwsx ffseyhccdgy,jjjfdwtyggf

Floor drip dorpt

There are many two or three legit users online now, the spammers have taken over. by zz0001 in whatever

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I think it's just not worth my time to put on the way to get some pics from last night.

There are many two or three legit users online now, the spammers have taken over. by zz0001 in whatever

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Actually the purpose of clown flare is to hide the location of their server so that they can say nigger and Jew and nobody will know who their server company is and get them shut down.

Bad news they're shutting it down with Spam

There are many two or three legit users online now, the spammers have taken over. by zz0001 in whatever

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I always said the clownflare does not stop spam.

This site is dead

There are many two or three legit users online now, the spammers have taken over. by zz0001 in whatever

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Why not just deal with the problem? Cuz you too lame to do that.

devtools console output of my bot. by zz0001 in whatever

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A user script can automate anything that you can do manually on a web browser.

Tesla is going to be announcing a robot cab soon. by Canbot in technology

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You can't sue a robot because robots don't have their own religion

Why do some animals have "virgin births?" by wahyu in ScienceFiction

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Truth is I'm not cut out for this customer service for s*** don't be trying to get me all mixed up in this crap go do what you're doing and I'll do what I'm doing but don't expect me to do what you're doing.

Don't call us m************ will call you

Take a hint and hit the road

Why do some animals have "virgin births?" by wahyu in ScienceFiction

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What kind of busy doing an IPO here we don't have time for stupid ass customer service b******* try to understand we got business priorities here we're trying to strike up a deal with Putin and one up with president peachy and we're going to be smoking some weed later and getting me s*** going we're doing an IPO 15 billion shares where is swing at $14 a share I think we might be able to get some new hard drives out of this.

Why do some animals have "virgin births?" by wahyu in ScienceFiction

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The iron is hot and the time is right to do an IPO on this website right now we need to issue 10 million shares at $25 a share no limit no nothing just get the s*** now we need the money you can trade the shares with your friends you can trade them with your accountant it's all good it's all legit I'm assuring you this ain't a Ponzi scheme okay don't be thinking this is a Ponzi scheme cuz hey there ain't even anybody that works here that's named Ponzi.

Why do some animals have "virgin births?" by wahyu in ScienceFiction

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Okay two tampons walked into a bar and tried to order a drink what did the bartender say?

Don't bleed All over the bar m***********

Why do some animals have "virgin births?" by wahyu in ScienceFiction

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Two piece in a pod go pop pop.

https://startupcentrum.com/startup/natures-leaf-cbd-gummies-surprising-results-honest-feedback-exposed-real-price by EerryTosy in WorldNews

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the Jews must've doned this sht.

Terror in Russia after gunmen open fire at two synagogues leaving six police officers dead by [deleted] in WorldNews

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Mossad is a good company to work for, solid benefits

GERMANY: Woman Convicted Of “Offending” Migrant Gang Rapists Receives Longer Prison Sentence Than The Rapists by xoenix in Europe

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This is a private conversation get the f*** out of here

GERMANY: Woman Convicted Of “Offending” Migrant Gang Rapists Receives Longer Prison Sentence Than The Rapists by xoenix in Europe

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oh and by the way, don't forget to say go f*** yourself to /u/magnora7

GERMANY: Woman Convicted Of “Offending” Migrant Gang Rapists Receives Longer Prison Sentence Than The Rapists by xoenix in Europe

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My mom says that if you suck off a beaner it tastes like a burrito

Terror in Russia after gunmen open fire at two synagogues leaving six police officers dead by [deleted] in WorldNews

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Missed is a good company to work for, solid benefits.

Hot Take: The Fandom Needs to Weened Off of Star Wars by TonyDiGerolamo in ScienceFiction

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I agree that Star Wars and Star Trek have become somewhat derivative in recent years. They both seem to be relying too heavily on nostalgia and fan service, rather than coming up with new and innovative ideas. I think this is one of the reasons why they have both lost some of their appeal in recent years. I think that both franchises need to take a step back and rethink their approach. They need to come up with new and innovative ideas that will appeal to both old and new fans alike. If they can do that, then I think they both have the potential to be great again.

Why do some animals have "virgin births?" by wahyu in ScienceFiction

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What color do you want me to fix the 7th grade to get?

What do you think it means to be human? by LiveSavier in AskSaidIt

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Cuz he's a complete horses ass out of my friends with you and that's what they said that they can 🥫.

Gamers Have Become Less Interested in Strategic Thinking and Planning by xoenix in Gaming

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if you want me to calculate the square root of x and then we can have dinner 🍽️ I can marry you and you can do it in the morning?

There are many two or three legit users online now, the spammers have taken over. by zz0001 in whatever

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There are no many maybe two or three legit users online happening now, the spammers have taken over.

How Henry Ford’s Strange Social Program Aimed to Control The Personal Lives Of Workers by thehomelessromantic in history

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Just make me question why the Earth was ever created.

Stop being such a foul viol animals, ffs

devtools console output of my bot. by zz0001 in whatever

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I think that is so weird that almost everybody that's online right now is a spammer.

A website dedicated to spammers, go figure.

Rapper Foolio killed in Tampa shooting by Oyveygoyim in funny

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If he knew that they were going to kill him why didn't he just stay home?

Controversial judge arrested, charged with battery against officer at Buckhead nightclub, jail records show by P-38lightning in news

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I read that she's getting paid $266,000 per year to be a judge over birth certificates and such things.

She's robbing that City blind, especially considering how arrogant she is in the back of the police car. I think homegirl was high as f*** quite perhaps

Is it possible she's hitting the crack pipe or the meth?