Ah, someone was paying attention https://www.cjr.org/the_media_today/g-o-media-jim-spanfeller.php
Think we’re a little past “this doesn’t affect me, therefore it doesn’t matter” when one out of every four people on the planet uses Facebook
That’s just it though, he *can* enter the agreement—and either not actively use it, or use it for other purposes—but in doing so would have stripped himself of the right to sue. You’re right that the SC considered this as parallel to discrimination in brick-and-mortars, like the example you gave, except bakeries…
We do jokes sometimes!
Nothing but respect for *my* forgettable democratic candidate
It would be cool to be able to be excited about absolutely anything anymore! I’m sure this will become either a disappointment or a circus
Karen only uploads, like, four times a year and has the audacity to keep asking for Patreon subscribers. People!
Buddy, I’d love to know
Probably so. Better luck next time
Ok yeah that seems to be precisely the case
Something to do with their paywall I’m guessing. Swapped it for one of the many, many other examples of the dude fucking something up words-wise
let us have our fun, thanks
God forbid Uber and Lyft become scarcer and we have to invest some money into public transit
Because the writers and the commerce teams are completely separate. Do I love seeing BUY AMAZON’S AMAZING DEALS alongside the stuff I write, or knowing some portion of those posts prints my paycheck? Of course not. I’m also thankful what we write isn’t hidden behind some annoying paywall. The online publishing…
At least garage sales sell interesting junk that doesn’t spy on you