dmultimediab
Dan
dmultimediab
Feb 25
16

THIS. This is in no way the same as cutting in line. If you had booted nurses and the elderly to one side while rolling your sleeve up, that’s wrong. But simply having your turn come up is just that--it’s your turn 

Feb 25
19

Yep, 1000% this. There’s no guarantee that the vaccine you reject because you don’t feel like you “should” qualify will actually go into the arm of another person, because our vaccine roll-out/planning looks a lot like the rest of our lovely support systems in this country. Read more

Feb 25
56

When it’s your turn, unapologetically get that shot. I have no patience for the stupid people who judge this. It does not matter why you’re eligible. You’re in line and we need to keep the line moving until everyone gets in.

Feb 25
52

Yes, yes, there are medical reasons, but the single best argument I’ve seen to not even think twice about getting vaccinated is that, three days ago, on February 22nd in the year of our lord 2021, while getting my tires changed at a local garage, I got to pet a stranger’s dog without having weird, “Not all of these Read more

Feb 25
71

If you qualify as obese - I hate that word; let’s use... puppy. Everyone loves puppies. If you qualify as puppy, you are at higher risk of complications and death if you catch covid. That is a fact. You are just as valuable a person as someone who has a higher risk for any other reason. You should get the vaccine as Read more

Feb 24
7

Rules of inclusive statements, a Lifehacker writer making an article about an ad-blocker must also present it on a website that doesn’t require aggressive adblocking. Read more

Feb 24
14

Currently I evaluate ad blockers on their ability to allow me to navigate Lifehacker and use Kinja without wanting to strangle someone.

Feb 23
508

and the Lord Jesus spoke: “ye, if thou hast a rockin bod, make yon ducats on the site only for fans, my child! dolla, dolla bills, ye all!

Feb 23
16

I have “grammar snob” tendencies. I am a fan of the Oxford comma. I think that “figuratively” and “literally” mean different things. Read more

Feb 23
24

I was taught in grammar school in the 70's that “they” was used in cases where you wanted/need to be gender-neutral. I’m really surprised at how many people skipped this lesson.

Feb 23
582

ROFL...neighbors and parents “discovered” the site, huh? Any word on which dad or dads outed her to the rest? Jesus is fine with us LOOKING at OnlyFans, apparently...it’s only the posters who need to be kicked out. You couldn’t pay me to send my kids to a Catholic school. 

Feb 23
88

So she spent multiple videos churning up likes, unnecessarily documenting every step or random thought she had, only to finally reveal - a pretty average looking basement. And as was pointed out, it contains her fuse box and water heater - things she really should have looked at before purchasing the house - and both Read more

Feb 23
89

I think this administration is going to be full of good and boring people.

Which is pretty much what I want, especially after the last one.

Feb 23
110

But he is Jewish. So he may not know what its like to a person of color, he damn sure know what racism and bigotry means.