Torskion

Torskion wrote

Reply to comment by MerkuryVolkanik in by !deleted17103

I don't think it looks sus. He spends a long time debating the merits of two products, drops three of them, and then put two back. It seems pretty normal shopper behavior,

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Torskion wrote

Reply to Bad spider by ziq

How does ownership work in an anarchist society? (Although it might naive to even consider an "anarchist society" as having a solid set of rules...)

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Torskion wrote

Reply to by Thanksreddit2

Man, I love this drama. Seeing how everyone cares so much about things that are tangential to shoplifting and illegalist thought makes me wanna munch some popcorn.

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Torskion wrote

Imo, the fear mongering over target is disproportionate to the threat they represent. In addition to that, because I do agree that they have the best LP out of any big box store, you can mitigate the risk greatly through a variety of methods. My favorite is to dress up like a homeless man and have my girlfriend steal everything because they're too stupid to see past class and will have every PTZ in the store trained on me.

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Torskion wrote

Reply to comment by !deleted17103 in Banksy on advertising by ziq

Do you know how to remove your metadata from videos and pictures? I personally don't think it would be that hard to ensure the pigs couldn't build a case on you.

Straight up! I've been feeling guilty returning to reddit to visit their Graff subs but ours here is so dead. I might go on a run tonight but I'm not confident in my work.

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Torskion wrote

Reply to comment by !deleted17103 in Banksy on advertising by ziq

Lmao, I wonder if the Pigs would arrest him if he was caught or if he has transcended beyond the common Graff artist in their eyes.

Do you submit to the Graff subraddle? We need more content there

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If you're into Sci-Fi, I heartily recommend The Stars My Destination by Alfred Bester. It's an intense novel about a man consumed by his desire to exact revenge. I warn that there is a rape scene.

The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas by Ursula K. Guin is a great short story that touches upon the topic of Utilitarianism. Not a light read.

For a lighter read, I recommend Howl's Moving Castle. A lot of people don't know about the book because of the success that the movie had, however, both are amazing in my opinion. And the book tells a completely different story from the movie so its worth picking up.

(Wait haha, I didn't realize that you didn't want non-fictions) Non-Fiction I would recommend "Hero of the Empire" by Candice Miller about Winston Churchill's escapades in South Africa during the 2nd Boer War. A fun read.

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