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acasper 1 point ago +1 / -0

I guess they may find that more fun. Depends on their kink though.

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acasper 3 points ago +3 / -0

Here is a related article if you want to share it out with a proof.

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acasper 1 point ago +1 / -0

Find a new agitprop narrative instead of recycling last year. We need new content.

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acasper 1 point ago +1 / -0

Duress. The real reason they were crying during their testimonies.

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acasper 4 points ago +4 / -0

Military is going to be busy in Africa for the next forever.

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acasper 10 points ago +10 / -0

Molestation is effectively the reproductive strategy for pedophilia. If bright colors increase success/opportunity rates then the individual being caught wouldn’t impact the spread over time too much. It’s actually a fairly effective evolutionary strategy to have both strategies present at the same time with one optimizing for persistence and the other for volume.

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acasper 9 points ago +10 / -1

Understand that you very possibly could be heading for a difficult winter because of the potential for ADE.

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acasper 1 point ago +1 / -0

You mean last year, today, next week I think.

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acasper 7 points ago +7 / -0

It’s called Invidious which is a buffer layer between YouTube and your browser. Prevents most of the data collection done by YouTube for embedded videos (which I hate seeing here for this reason) and direct visits to videos in a browser or the app. Invidious instances also provide a very convenient “Download” function in most cases meaning it becomes stupid easy for many people to store a local copy of a video file and/or propagate a video file through decentralized hosting services like https://siasky.net and https://www.opacity.io/ or trusted centralized hosts like https://catbox.moe/

There are many instances of the service itself all hosted by different individuals and organizations so it’s entirely possible that data is still being collected. That being said, I very much doubt that it is as detrimental to privacy when compared to the vanilla viewing experience especially if you’re logged into any google services.

Here is a list of instances:

Here are a couple other useful utilities:

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acasper 7 points ago +7 / -0

Worse, he’s tied to the Port Authority Board.

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acasper 9 points ago +10 / -1

This is becoming more and more true. Decentralization, specifically for consensus and value transfer, make the vast majority of what the state does irrelevant. The 1900s dichotomy of collectivism versus individualism is also becoming less relevant as it becomes apparent that the actual problem is centralized power and enforcement in the state.

Side note, have you been following the push to make the USPS into a 30,000 branch bank recently? There are an incredible amount of enormous programs like this that are being pushed right now while the smokescreen lasts. Another one was the USG providing a foundational transaction layer that all payment processors would be required to run on. I’m wondering if PayPal and other financial services operations are trying out for a state sanctioned monopoly designation with their recent moves.

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