disposablehero8
DisposableHero
disposablehero8
Dec 19 2018
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Well I at least knew that Amazon is sharing our household browsing history with Facebook. A few years ago, Facebook nearly spoiled my wife’s xmas gift to me via an Amazon ad.
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Jul 13 2016
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So before I address your question, I want to point out that - in the range of Metal vocals - I’m just not seeing how Pantera, Slayer, and Nekrogoblikon are comparable. Maybe it’s a perspective thing... Read more

Jun 11 2016
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To clarify, this is just for the photos that Facebook automatically synced into a “private” folder from your phone, not photos and albums you’ve shared, correct? Read more

Jun 10 2016
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...bars and restaurants (but good ones? the number of Outback Steakhouses shouldn’t count), and arts and culture index (they have none although friends report OKC has come a long way). Read more

Mar 30 2015
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*raises hand* Count me in too. I have a Bluetooth adapter plugged into my stereo that I connect to on a regular basis, and not once has iTunes opened. Perhaps it's device-specific?

Feb 2 2015
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Signatures with a ton of images. Yeah it might look good to have your company logo, some kind of badge, and social icons, but you're flooding everybody with attachments. Read more

Oct 14 2014
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The difference here being that the hashtag was being used by the harassers first - the people who claim to be legitimately concerned about games journalism latched on to a movement that was using it as a flimsy pretense for harassing women they didn't like instead of going after ACTUAL CORRUPTION.

Once again, nobody is Read more

Oct 14 2014
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Not allowed to have phones, but you're allowed to browse the web, log in to your personal Dropbox account, and listen to music? Sounds like someone got their priorities mixed up.

Sep 15 2014
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But don't freak out; Microsoft promises that Minecraft will continue to be available on all the platforms it's already on, including PC, Android, iOS, and yes, Playstation.
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Aug 14 2014
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The thing with that argument though, is you don't necessarily have to use IE as your web browser to have issues with it. I haven't actually used IE as my primary browser since IE7, but as a web designer, I'm fully aware of how often IE fails where other browsers succeed. That fact doesn't give me much of a reason to Read more

Jun 13 2014
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I'm guessing you didn't read the "...and it's all my fault" part of the headline, then?

Apr 4 2014
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Yes, the article you commented on mentioned he bypassed parental controls.

Apr 4 2014
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Isn't the story talking about parental controls? As in something most people don't even turn on because it's not a necessary feature for anyone who doesn't have kids?

Feb 4 2014
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You don't have to accept anyone. You're perfectly welcome to instead accept all the social consequences of acting like a jerk toward your fellow humans. It's totally up to you though.

Feb 3 2014
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"Paul didn't comment on the reliance on welfare by extremely religious married couples who have more children than they can afford without aid, like staunch Roman Catholics, Hasidic Jews, or polygamist Mormons." Read more

Jan 30 2014
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Okay - so the insurance company stopped offering your plan. Then your employer chose to stop offering health insurance instead of choosing a different one.

The real question though, is how is any of this relevant? A lot of times employers have special rates with insurance companies, or they pay for part of your plan, Read more