fortypercent

fortypercent wrote

Reply to Electric bike by notorious

I wouldn't lift any bike with a kit on it. Usually if people use a kit instead of buying a purely electric bike, they're working class.

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fortypercent wrote

Reply to by !deleted17039

I'd buy followers for cheap from a service already out there. Then post memes or whatever people like, real people will follow assuming you're popular, then sell at your peak. I assume that's how most people do it anyway.

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fortypercent wrote

Reply to comment by !deleted20673 in by !deleted20673

I don't think anarcho-prim is the way to go about this. There are many ways to reuse the current smartphones and such that are already out there. The problem is mass pollution created through capitalist demand. Technology is the peak of human invention, but its been corrupted by capitalism to become another "get the newest!" cash grab.

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fortypercent wrote

Reply to by !deleted20673

Maybe, but we won't. Technology has brought us so far that asking people to stop using it is like asking them to cut off one of their own limbs.

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fortypercent wrote

Reply to by !deleted19894

It'a s scam. There's no way to generate money for free and without effort. They make money by taking yours and then not sending you anything.

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fortypercent wrote

Mostly out of habit and so they can see the usually only people they know, other students. As for their view on the future, I might be projecting, but a lot of people I've spoken with after graduation just didn't care about the future anymore. Life was tough and some of us didn't expect to live to graduate. I did the most I could to stay green at the time but I understand why others didn't even bother when we relied on drugs to get through class.

A lot of teenagers want to do something but see themselves as powerless and too late. A seemingly doomed world on top of mental health issues... it's just too much to fight both when you can barely fight either.

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