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neverinNJ wrote

A good theme to cover. Anyone planning to call in?

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Tequila_Wolf OP wrote

Most of our users wouldn't or security culture reasons or dysphoria reasons or other reason. But you can email in questions and comments. (Which is why they're touching on prefiguration today!)

A close friend of mine is regularly thinking about what home is and who 'we' are, so hopefully some interesting things get said there.

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PrettyPrincessPoints wrote

in the case of security culture, total safety can be bought for a 30$ smartphone, download TextNow and call from the public WiFi of your choice. then never use the number again if you like.

IMO it's safer for me to be openly political. they was I see it if the government and corporate system already knows how I think than the best solution to reclaim what power I can is to at least share that info with other people who aren't operating a surviellance network.

I don't recommend being open for everyone however I think nationally it's a good time to start telling people you're a leftist....

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Tequila_Wolf OP wrote

I am not on your continent and $30 is no small amount for me, but that sounds like a nice option for others.

My main concern with security culture is my voice though. It is very distinctive in terms of local accents / ethnicity etc.

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ziq wrote

Show is live now.

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ziq wrote

The question this week is about place. Do you have a place you call your own? That you call home? How do you honor those people who came before you? Do you know an interesting history of your home? Of displacement? Of remediation? What will your home be in 10 years? How about 100?

Maybe everyone interested should formulate some ideas beforehand.

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Tequila_Wolf OP wrote (edited )

For me, home is the people who I have affinity with, past, present and future. The present ones I want to meet on this journey, and I'd like to make some of the future ones.

I think this is in part because I have a wholly uprooted relation to the lands.

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neverinNJ wrote

I am in a location where I have a strong sense of place and affinity with nature.

But my home space also lies with the people I have met and many that I kept in contact with. (Always room for more).

Between the increase of temperatures and rising waters, our physical living space areas will likely be compressed. And that should impact what is home and our sense of homespace. The idea of Community will perhaps be more virtual than real. More offplanet than on Earth.

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