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user79005 wrote

New user/longtime lurker here. Was browsing reddit when mod of r/againsthatesubreddits said this. What gives?

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ziq wrote (edited )

It's true. We fully support hurting fascists. The gutless liberals on that sub could use a spanking too.

Re: doxing:

f/Awesome_facts

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supernice wrote

I've engaged in battle with a spider. Found him creeping in my studio and tried to take him out with a slipper the other day but missed. I woke to find that he had bitten me while I slept, his revenge apparently.

I saw him again yesterday and decided to use chemical warfare (I'm ashamed with myself, but the Rubicon has been crossed) by zapping him with bug spray. I missed! The bastard jumped as soon as I pulled the trigger and escaped into the shadows.

I'm clearly the villain in this one. I just don't know how to plot and scheme properly. I'm afraid he's going to come back with friends in the dark of night.

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raindropq wrote

can you let it climb on to a paper and walk outside with it to find a new home?

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supernice wrote

I should have done that to begin with. My murderous human mentality went straight for the kill sadly :(

If I'm lucky enough to see it again, I'm going to try that instead.

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ziq wrote

I even have wild tarantulas roaming around my place. It's good fly control.

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supernice wrote

I see tarantulas around in places that I hike sometimes. It's crazy how big the things are actually.

I have to admit, I have a completely irrational fear of spiders.

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ziq wrote

It's so fucking hot that I have to take my clothes off as soon as I get home.

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Anarcropolis wrote

It's been raining slightly more than last year. Protests also seem to be picking up. Figuring out that I hate living in suburbs as much as the idea of living in a city, maybe more. Failing to finish reading Desert again

lyfs gud

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supernice wrote

I went from the city to the suburbs years ago. I hate it now as much as I started to hate the city. I'm trying to convince my partner-in-crime to head out into the country, but she's not willing to entertain the thought yet.

I wish I had more rain where I'm at.

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Anarcropolis wrote

I've never lived in a city and I've never liked the crowds or pollution or traffic so I'd rather not move there. Moving to the country is bitter sweet because where I live used to be country but was developed into suburban sprawl and gated communities so I feel like the sprawl would catch up to me anyway if I left :/