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good_night_right_side wrote

Anarchism to me is the idea that governments, institutions, and hierarchical organizations in general do not work, and instead create classes of people in an attempt to generalize an approach to satisfy the needs of most people. Eventually, those in charge figure fuck those people; let's just fulfill me and my friends needs and wants.

So to me being an anarchist means to be against authoritative or hierarchical organizations. Each person has their own flavor of how to work together which is why you have so many anarcho-[ideology] branches.

PS. ancaps are the worst.

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GaldraChevaliere wrote

Are you for real? Pretty sure hating cishets for literally enacting policies designed to systemically deny LGBT folk medical and public service access, secure employment and income, and basic human dignity isn't some 'reverse racism' shit. Fuck off with your high horse and your horseshoe theory idiocy. It's straight up lazy.

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yaaqov wrote

As far as I know, every structure in Klingon can be found in some language. That's more than could be said of Lojban.

And, well, Esperanto also allows plenty of consonant clusters that are rare crosslinguistically, like /gn/ or /kv/ in word initial positions, for instance. Lojban allows things like /txl/ word internally, where /x/ is the ‹ch› sound in "Bach" or "Chanukah"—also really marked in such a sequence. Of the most widely spoken languages on Earth, only Russian (and Arabic, depending on the variety) approaches the permissiveness of Lojban or Esperanto with respect to these factors.

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Dystopia_Drifter wrote (edited )

I hit bandcamp pretty hard, search tag words I search discographies of artists I enjoy pretty thoroughly for 'split' albums and compilations featuring other artists then search those, which has been fruitful in finding bands with common interest to the ones already on my playlists. Every once in awhile I'll hear an individual in a social situation playing a niche song I'm familiar with and go out of my way to pick their brain.

Here's a couple recommendations within the genre's you prefer.

Mischief Brew (folk-punk)

Ludlow (folk-punk)

Lee Reed (hip-hop)

Blackbird Raum (folk-punk/riot-folk)

The Rebel Spell (punk)

For some of the more common or oldies I've stumbled across blogspots with large libraries, like this blogspot. They've got a ton, from Against All Authority - Voodoo Glow Skulls - Leftover Crack - Streetlight Manifesto

Here's Another Link to a forum with posts and file hosts.

I love talking music, feel free to message me. if you're in search of more recommendations. I steer clear from problematic lyrics as much as I can.

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Fukmylife69 wrote (edited )

They have to be activated at the point of sales terminal unfortunately. That's why they're so easy to lift because they know they're useless at that point lol. Buuuuuuut.....there's always this technique... https://www.pymnts.com/news/security-and-risk/2017/gift-card-fraud-bbb-pin/

My only concern with this technique is how difficult it can be for purchasers to get their money back. We all want to screw over the nasty corporations, not other innocent bystanders.

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0w0 wrote (edited )

I'll take it as that the bourgeoisie is ditching the ol' tactic of make the police appear being civil because they are increasingly worried that the social unrest threatens their status. So maybe means that social presure are making them nervous about how much control they have on society.

Edit: a word.

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A_Plus wrote

The family probably stole large amount of items multiple times, Walmart was able to identify them and called the cops next time they entered Walmart. I don't think an undercover cop sting operation will be used for someone lifting alone which most of us seem to be. But it's good to know that this is possible at Walmart.