davidwizard
davidwizard
davidwizard
Oct 16
7

It’s offensive. Rudy is working to aid the president, who is also racist. You sure seems upset about seeing racism exposed. Why would that be?

Oct 15
73

sounds like you’re the guy who got mad reading this, guy who’s mad.

Oct 15
73

Yet here he is, a moderate liberal, doing something genuinely positive with his time and resources, and here you are, progressive bona fides and all, being internet mad about a TV show.

Oct 15
21

Going by your own mention that you already seem to not be into this season or episode because they didn’t give you the story of your preference, this really seems quite unlikely. Please, do prove me wrong though.
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Oct 13
3

Face ID uses infrared, why would sunglasses be designed to block infrared when it generally isn’t harmful to eyes? Normally they just block harmful UV. (Well apparently there are such IR-blocking glasses out there that are designed to block public face recognition tech, for anti-surveillance purposes, but surely you Read more

Oct 13
2

Speaking for myself, but i don’t see the mask thing lasting forever, hopefully not as long as i might own the phone, and we don’t wear masks absolutely all the time. Much prefer faceid over touchid

Oct 13
2

Face ID has always worked perfectly for me, with either of my sunglasses. And also with a hat, although not as reliably, but of course the more covered up your face is of course it is harder to scan. (If you are having trouble you might try disabling the Require Attention for Face ID setting—although I leave it Read more

Oct 13
2

It does work with sunglasses, simpleton. Are we really still doing this dumb ass arguments in the year 2020? Is this really where we’re still at with this stupid ass Apple vs. Android argument? How are people not tired of it when they’ve largely converged into similar platforms?

Oct 12
237

Why are you surprised? Isn’t finding bugs exactly what betta testing is for?

Oct 9
2

tip, perform feat at -20 Celcius. The bubbles will freeze before they make contact, depending on the solution of said bubbles and the item it contacts. The colder the item the morel likely it is to freeze. (ie: metal or something thats of similar temperatures)

Oct 6
1

Funnily enough, Shazam is constantly giving me shade and not suggesting the song I’m singing out loud based on my flawless rendition of the three words I know from the chorus...

Aug 18
7

I also looked at his argument and even to my non-lawyer eyes it didn’t line up. For example, he claimed to have developed a character in December 2016 that CBS later copied for Stamets...even though Anthony Rapp’s casting was announced in November 2016.
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Aug 18
9

Yes, that shirtless muscle-y mutton chop guy really sells it! He looks exactly like pale, scrawny Stamets 🙄. Read more

Aug 17
13

Dude I get it you had a bad idea for a crappy looking game, and it never finished, maybe it was funding, maybe it was your own ineptitude, you didn’t have to sue Star Trek over it. Move on... I bet you could get the rights to make a mobile version of Day of the tentacle cheap. 

May 6
1

On the few occasions when you have to leave the house for food and stuff, the people risking their lives on the front lines to keep essential businesses open will be delighted to hear that you enjoyed exposing yourself to the virus for no good reason.

May 6
8

Okay, your family all live elsewhere. Congratulations, you won’t infect them. But, uh, you know you don’t live in an entire city alone. Or work in an entire company alone, with no human interaction.