trappleton
trappleton
Mar 11
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You know that hypothetical question that goes, “If you could push a button and instantly have a billion dollars, but some random person, in some random location on Earth, dies because of it, would you push the button?” Read more

Mar 11
6

Close! Some people are trying to protect every last nickel they can, while others are trying to save lives.

Feb 24
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Sad to see this is a Playstation exclusive, and not on PC. :/ At least I don’t have to worry about all my productive hours going down the drain, though.

Feb 18
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I don’t have the star in the upper-right-hand corner, but I do have an “Enhanced License.” (Says so in the middle-top.) I’ve found conflicting sources that this either *already is* or *does not count as* a Real ID. Can anyone shed some light on this?

Feb 12
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Just curious, what appealed to you about Yang, as opposed to Bernie?

Feb 7
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What differentiates this from the many similar handhelds in RetroMini’s catalog?

Feb 7
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Pretty rich coming from a lady who clapped throughout the speech.

Jan 22
14

Effective voting is contingent upon two things: Complete anonymity, and total trust. Electronic voting makes both of these things impossible to guarantee.

Dec 10
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Truly amazing how entertained certain people are by endless, minute variations on “I identify as an attack helicopter.” Read more

Dec 10
1

Malthusian fears of population overload have been debunked for decades. That’s not the problem. 

Nov 11
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Oh hey, this is great! I have a first-gen Pixel XL, and it’s available there, too. Maybe the last update my phone will get, but a good one!

Nov 6
4

The organizations our society rewards are those that reap the greatest profits. The rest are eventually swept under. Seeking profit above all else is both the most successful strategy and inherently evil, so... yes.

Oct 30
5

I’d be making a worse program, plain and simple. That’s the alternative that matches my budget, so I’m grateful that I don’t have to do that. Read more