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Feb 25
1

Well put. I also believe that all politicians should be forced to live on the average American’s salary, even if they have money prior to gaining office, it should be held or something until they leave. While it probably wouldn’t completely eliminate it, this would at least deincentivize the power hungry sociopaths Read more

Feb 17
40

Can we just start building nuclear power plants again, please?! It’s not a solution in and of itself, but you’ve gotta start somewhere.

Feb 16
6

Definitely not only apply to Apple, but 30% is also definitely a huge, huge cut for the service provided and totally arbitrary versus how that cut should be implemented.

The fact that every major platforms asks for 30% or close to doesn’t mean that Epic (or any other publisher/dev) should just shrug and move on. Like Read more

Feb 16
8

No matter your view on this, I do appreciate the fact that this 30% cut for basically doing nothing (and from a company that sells its cheap charging cables 25 CAD$ a piece) is being questioned by an entity that has they power to do something against it, even if let’s be honest, they do it for themselves first and Read more

Jan 28
3

Wouldn’t it be “The toilet calling the urinal yellow?

Jan 19
4

it’s not bricking in the traditional sense.  bricking means unfixable.  in this case, you could reformat the drive and reinstall Windows 10.  use your Microsoft account credentials and you have almost everything back.  the only stuff that wouldn’t be back would be stuff that wasn’t backed up to the cloud.

Jan 19
2

It’s joanna tha same that wrote an article saying one drive and office online are paid services, never fixed even if literally everyone told this in the comments. Read more

Jan 18
1

I had the exact same thought, though to give the researchers the benefit of the doubt, it’s possible they totally considered this and accounted for it but no news outlets reported it. The full paper linked in this article appears to be free to access, so I’m going to read through it at some point and report back. If Read more

Jan 18
1

I agree, it is basically just optimal foraging in the presence of exploitable people.  I don’t think they understand it as economics.

Jan 16
12

Celebrity worship will always be a thing and has been since before recorded history. It’s just a damn shame it’s mostly for useless people.

Jan 15
17

I don’t come away feeling like I am doing anything wrong or they are doing anything right. I come away feeling that our entire economy is broken and needs a massive correction.

Dec 17
7

By actively dismissing this aspect of the story, he’s denying, or at least highly discouraging, the audience from playing along. “This one’s too hard for you. Just enjoy the explosions...” Except in this case,the explosions weren’t THAT enjoyable. The effects, while expertly executed, are often hard to detect, being Read more

Dec 3
27

It’s free as in “unlike Disney+ and Mulan, you don’t have to pay extra on top of your subscription fee to the streaming service itself”

Nov 25
3

And then it falls to 12k in 10 minutes and we get to start over building it back up again.. Yay!!!

Oct 15
16

You mean OTHER than belonging to a ‘religious zealot’ organization so extreme that they had to splinter off from ‘normal’ religious zealots and form their own special brand of cult? Read more

Oct 15
18

Facts are facts. They are not political. They are not open to debate. They might be contentious, but just because some people are ignorant neanderthals that don’t like confronting any truth that conflicts with their worldview, it doesn’t change the fact that facts are facts are facts; not opinions; not political; just Read more

Oct 15
12

Republicans...working to put a batshit crazy nutjob into power? How totally unexpected! They’re usually so sane and reasonable and rational!