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creamkern 1 point ago +1 / -0

welcome to reddit for the last 10 years

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creamkern 2 points ago +2 / -0

As a woman, same. There is no point in those designations. Experiencing it right now seeking a lawyer. Another one is "mask wearing in the office"... and that's a NO, thanks for telling me your views.

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creamkern 4 points ago +4 / -0

There are more results on the site itself, this image is an overview.

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creamkern 16 points ago +16 / -0

Gender changing is a perfect way to sell someone meds and procedures for life. People with underdeveloped brains (sometimes up to age 25) are affected more by peer pressure. They need a group to function. This story was a perfect example. I'm glad they shared it honestly.

They wanted to be liked and a part of something (eg. there is no group to join for straight people, only gay groups exist). I'm sure they aren't the first to regret youthful decisions.

The difference in these decisions is that it involves medical groups reaping a monetary reward for "going with the flow". Want to be a guy, we have meds and surgery for that. Want to be a girl, we have meds and surgery for that too. Yes, yes I will take the yacht, this year, write up my contract, Jeeves.

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creamkern 1 point ago +1 / -0

money money money money... mah-nay

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creamkern 2 points ago +2 / -0

reuters claims it was heat related

https://www.reuters.com/world/us/heat-humidity-kill-least-2000-kansas-cattle-state-says-2022-06-15/

CHICAGO, June 15 (Reuters) - Extreme heat and humidity killed thousands of cattle in Kansas in recent days, the state said, and sizzling temperatures continue to threaten livestock.

The deaths add pain to the U.S. cattle industry as producers have reduced herds due to drought and grappled with feed costs that climbed as Russia's invasion of Ukraine tightened global grain supplies.

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment knew of at least 2,000 cattle deaths due to high temperatures and humidity as of Tuesday, spokesperson Matthew Lara said. The toll represents facilities that contacted the agency for help disposing of carcasses, he said.

Kansas is the third largest U.S. cattle state behind Texas and Nebraska, with more than 2.4 million cattle in feedlots.

another source claims 10,000 estimated have died

https://www.dtnpf.com/agriculture/web/ag/news/article/2022/06/14/heat-stress-kills-estimated-10-000

The current heat wave blazing through Kansas feedlots has killed an estimated 10,000 head of fat cattle.

Final death numbers continue to come in, but that early estimate was shared with DTN by livestock experts, who put the geographical center point for those deaths at Ulysses, Kansas.

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creamkern 4 points ago +4 / -0

or walls, firemen go through walls with only an axe when doors are a dangerous path, lots of walls on homes

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creamkern 3 points ago +3 / -0

I can't tell if those are crazy eyes or some sort of filter on social media posts but she's freaky.

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creamkern 1 point ago +1 / -0

Since I didn't see any gay people, I'll guess this one isn't a Netflix thing.

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creamkern 1 point ago +1 / -0

She's on the wrong target.

WEALTH systems were weaved into our founding documents and principles.

This is because there was a time when only white men who owned property could vote. Women could not vote and black men were considered 1/2 a person in their swaying power.

Wealth was rewarded there, not race.

Males being wealthier was due to father son inheritance when women were considered domestic servants and not much else (unless you were a wealthy female, then you could be a flower - a performer for civilized society by singing or enunciating a poem well, you were a presenter, not a thinker because your purpose was to present the views of a man in a more attractive shell for other men).

Without the ability to "own" things on paper women were worthless to pass things down to. The only value was to add it to her dowry (which was a prize her husband gained for marrying her). It didn't belong to the woman to use freely, it was only hers to bank until the man took it over.

Wealth is the word she wanted. Even today, wealthy people buy other people to work for them.

I was thinking about this the other day, in this way.

We all only have 24 hours in one day. Wealthy people extend their hours available by hiring people to do tasks (cook, maid, gardener etc.). Then we have a hierarchy of people leveraging the hours of other people by receiving something worth 100 then paying their worker 50 to perform the work. Those middlemen could be an employer, a temporary company etc. All these create passive income layers act like a ponzi scheme the higher you move up the ladder. It's why some people never take vacations and some people take them several times a year. They BOUGHT the hours of someone else's life, essentially.

If you like reading non-fiction books you could view it this way too. When you buy a book you are hoping to buy all the research time someone else humanly spent. You are hoping that they organized things to make the reading smooth and pleasurable and that this BOOK (human effort) will reward you with more hours in your life.

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creamkern 2 points ago +2 / -0

wearing multiple pairs of slouch socks (different colors) was in style too

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creamkern 1 point ago +1 / -0

He forgot, they devalued college education with their activism and inability to stay on-topic.

My degree now sits at the bottom of my resume because being self-taught is more important than college education in tech now. Education that requires activism be taught is diluted learning.

It has its own term, continuous learning. The schools that can't stop being political drove people to bootcamps and technical schools that focus on... woah, the subjects people want to learn instead of the propaganda.

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creamkern 2 points ago +2 / -0

This one I wouldn't agree with the sentiment in the middle about who people hurt.

The reason is because people often seem to hurt who they CAN hurt.

Some examples.

People who take out their frustrations at the world on their spouse, kids, or aging family members.

People at jobs who treat their co-workers badly because they are management, and above them so can punish them capriciously.

Even the ramblings on race and reparations are punishing people uninvolved in the past. They can't punish dead people so take out anger on live people who did not participate in anything.

What we see from humans is that they can take out issues on humans unrelated to the actual perpetrator.

Those that do are rare. The only ones that come to mind have had movies made about them, like the unibomber. They get in depth thoughts made about them. Those are the people the "system" truly fears because they DO lash out at people they consider complicit in the application of pain.

Overarching all this though is that the majority of these shooters have crazy in their pasts. Mentally ill people don't act normal so we have to take that into account which means they could DO anything. That's what being crazy is, participating in irrational behavior. Analyzing crazy people won't lead to definite, repeatable conclusions because they are crazy.

The only portion I think you can apply to all humans is a desire for convenience. It's convenient to beat the people in your house rather than go out and find a victim etc. It's convenient to go to a building you have been in previously and know the layout for... convenience and familiarity should lead the charge in discovering "what" people might do, IMO.

Pretend you are planning your last day on earth. Do you make it difficult for yourself or convenient.

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creamkern 17 points ago +17 / -0

On a side note, wonder how many parents know their kids are being spied on online by the schools for their intentions.

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creamkern 1 point ago +1 / -0

it's their version of prepping - gotta be about 8 bags of twizzlers in each leg

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creamkern 2 points ago +2 / -0

a clown nose in every color would actually be more pleasing - then they could have a background color as a rectangle the nose sits on with a shadow, that's 3 colors possible per patch (rectangle + nose + shadow)

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creamkern 1 point ago +1 / -0

it looks like a license plate sticker where someone keeps applying a new year over the old one.... tacky

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creamkern 2 points ago +2 / -0

That wobbling reminds me of when one or both legs are "asleep" and you try to walk through it on marshmallow stumps with invisible knee braces from the Forrest Gump movie set.

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creamkern 2 points ago +2 / -0

The article of the website is from a gateway pundit article - https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/05/russia-bans-963-americans-entering-country-including-politicians-warmongers/

In the article they focused on names of people who are banned from Russia but I took the document they linked to Yandex to translate it (since Google wouldn't translate a .ru document... probably sanctionining them) and read more of the document. Near the bottom they have a breakdown of "America" - from the Russian official perspective.

Found an interesting part to snip, so posting that portion.

Also, when you translate the article you can read all the titles of the people that were banned. Tried using archive.is of the translation but it didn't pickup so you'll have to translate yourself.

This is the site to translate linked in gateway pundit article - https://www.mid.ru/ru/maps/us/1814243/

This is yandex translate (I'm sure Google won't mind if I get my Russian translations from them since they blocked the site from translation - keep censoring yabos). https://translate.yandex.com/

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