Debanjan
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10/4/19
7:25 AM
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Did anyone really believe this is how cop interactions happen in the country :) 

10/2/19
7:28 AM
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I concur, but the more apparent problem is that geese today don't fear God.

10/2/19
7:18 AM
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Probably because each service has their own structure of fees, and no one service is always the cheapest.

9/28/19
5:04 AM
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Jesus. If watching Superman didn’t make me want to tie on a clothesline and jump out of a window, then watching Joker isn’t going to make me do anything. Read more

9/27/19
5:49 PM
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Driverless cars alone will not solve congestion, but reduce road accident deaths. Read more

9/27/19
7:25 AM
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This PIN based verification is pointless unless it is made mandatory, i.e. that the ride cannot begin until the drivers enters it in. I hope that’s the case. Read more

9/25/19
7:20 AM
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Sadly, parts of America were always racist; they've just been emboldened under Trump.

9/21/19
11:52 AM
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I guess the question is not whether Impossible burgers are unhealthy, but whether they are unhealthier than an already unhealthy meat burger. Read more

9/19/19
10:36 PM
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The demographic that likes Apple overlaps strongly with the demographic that likes shiny things and is poor at math. Read more

9/17/19
8:56 PM
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Where Uber went wrong was in marketing their service as a means to earn a living wage. Read more

9/13/19
1:58 PM
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When your choice of catering for your partner's birthday depends not on the quality of that place, but on your perception of how they are planning to spend the gratuity... *facepalm*

9/10/19
6:58 PM
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The point about rewards on cards offering donations, being lower, is not correct. The aforementioned World Wildlife Fund card from Bank of America gives you 3% cashback on a category of your choice - and the options are as broad as ‘dining’, ‘travel’ or ‘online spend’. Read more

9/9/19
1:58 PM
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You could have signed up for Experian's free credit monitoring service, no need to get it from this Settlement at all.

9/9/19
1:57 PM
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This. Right now it’s a pure game theory scenario whereby the fewer the number of people who jump through the hoops, the more each of them will get. Read more

9/9/19
1:55 PM
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Maybe, but that’s still 4 cents more than the value of the Credit Monitoring option, which is exactly zero, because several companies offer it for free. Hell, even Experian offers it if you sign up.