Fool

Fool wrote (edited )

John Smith actually was talking to his hat. It's just our settler mentality makes this seem like some silly idea.

Wake up people you could be talking to your hat right now, if not inhibited by White Nationalist Settler preconceptions!

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Fool wrote

Reply to by !deleted33114

Due you think it could be due to racism?
Are all of them "most annoying", or maybe there is a specific subset, that truely take the crown?
Rich old hippies?
Albino Women from Africa?
Store Manakins with Terror Inducing Uncanny Faces?
All "women" (using the reference point that "girls wear pink" so anyone wearing pink is a woman, and gender changes with clothes)?

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Fool wrote

You seem to be confusing greater reporting with greater issues. Though you have brought to my attention things I had forgotten. I now remember the push back on moving from Sysvinit. (I started on Solaris, and later worked on old SCO Unix, when the change to Linux occurred I had forgotten why nobody wanted to migrate earlier).

10 years ago most computer security was a joke, but a lot less trust was placed in computers. The main things is people now understand how much money can be made.

Windows XP did not have any legitimate security, Windows Vista was a major upgrade.

A lot of vulnerabilities being reported are very old, and often well known by government backed groups.

Things like software defined networking and virtual network functions provide both good and bad points.

Overall you want to make choices based on what the device is used for, only connect stuff to the internet if it really needs it.

And if you're going to rely on Mobile devices for any security, you should harden it properly.

But there is a point to be made about a phone OS focused on Security.

I'm not sure if my comment was coherent.

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Fool wrote (edited )

My problem solving:

  1. Kava is from Pacific islands so unless that place is run by islanders, they're probably don't mind profiting from colonisation.

  2. 'Awa is the Hawaiian name for it, so you'd think that would be the name in America, but it has probably come via another English speaking culture (American Samoa is another possibility, or Guam... I don't know much about Guam).

  3. Australia and New Zealand have much higher Pacifika population than other English speaking countries.

  4. Hollywood Vegan's / Wellness is heavily linked to sections of Australian Vegan community which are openly spouting pro-fascism talking points.

My guess, kava bars in the US are being backed by "Australian Nasi Hippies" via "Hollywood Elites"

Now I feel like I just started a conspiracy theory.

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Fool wrote

Reply to comment by morr in Hello by morr

I found peace, it's written just above my comment here.

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Fool wrote

Reply to comment by MHC in Draft health plan by MHC

šŸ¤Ŗ I was just being silly but that's great.

Maybe I should have provided more input.

I think I'm going to refer to possums as giant squirrels now.

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Fool wrote

I think you're mistaking fascism for run of the mill authoritarianism. The problem with antifa is that they can include anyone, including liberals and conservative socialists. As such, while opposed to fascist nationalism, some may be quite open to licking the boots of other types of authoritarian.
I'm sure you could find considerable criticism of antifa within this forum, in various zines, and in the Anarchist library.

As far as anything related to the safety of the vaccines, could you link something specific. If there was a plan to utilise vaccines for mass killing of the masses, wouldn't it make more sense to provide a large supply to the lower classes and the global south, rather than keeping the bulk for the wealthy.

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Fool wrote

The media was never on our side, its is already bought and sold. Both the "fake news" and the fake news are selling narratives, one would hope you have critical thinking skills.

The fact that you seek to pedal this information as something new shows that which you're attempting to achieve.

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Fool wrote

Bones.

If they don't have bones, it's probably a good idea not to get intimate...

...last time I tried I ended up with welts all over my face...

... But oh what a magnificent kisser...

... Fucking Jellyfish. /s

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Fool wrote

The areas with the highest death rates currently are India and Indonesia (both densely populated) and both sit at a bit over 6% vaccinated, wouldn't these be higher if the cause was the vaccine.

Wouldn't somewhere like Australia have a higher death rate at 12% vaccinated?

Unless of course Australia isn't real... Just Terra Nullius.

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Fool wrote

On the last point, I feel somewhat similar, and I think in this regard the older term genderqueer was much better than non-binary is.
At least to me, genderqueer just means that something about your gender doesn't match the current societal standards. It's queer (weird). Nothing specific about, just different.

If you haven't read Baeden already, I would definitely suggest it as a great text.

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Fool wrote

I was originally quite sarcastic in my reply... But thinking about this statement, I swear capitalists often say the above statement with the words reversed. It's funny how ideology can be

I hold capitalism as the greatest force of oppression, and would genuinely prefer communism out of the two... But I'm very irresponsible.

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