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boy are you a blockchain transaction because i am extremely uninterested in an explanation for your behavior

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buying a crossbow from amazon dot com for jeff bezos related reasons

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all i wanna do is 💥 💥 💥 💥 and ✔️ :commie: :hacker_n: :hacker_o: :hacker_t: :hacker_w: :hacker_o: :hacker_r: :hacker_r: :hacker_y: :hacker_a: :hacker_b: :hacker_o: :hacker_u: :hacker_t: :hacker_i: :hacker_n: :hacker_s: :hacker_u: :hacker_r: :hacker_a: :hacker_n: :hacker_c: :hacker_e:

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Anyone who talks about "biotruths" gets the airlock.

USSR flag: like a Jolly Roger but with a blade and a hammer on it, red, incredible branding.
US flag: too much stuff going on, weird color scheme, looks like a popcorn bucket.

I wonder how much American politics are down to how sick as hell the USSR flag looked compared to the US one.

Those tactical thigh packs are just fanny packs with toxic masculinity added.

Every once in a while, Reddit causes my entire brain and nervous system to error-protect and stop processing something.

Ghislaine Maxwell 

One thing I'll give the fedi is we don't have to litigate whether image board tradcaths belong in the left.

The vote to black the sky out is exactly like what was going on in Congress and NATO at the time. A bunch of it is even done through the lens of the war porn we'd been gobbling up since Desert storm. It starts as humanity steamrolling the machines, and slowly turns around in the other direction. By the end, the machines are the machines we see in The Matrix, not the awkward, anthropomorphic robots in in the first "Second Renaissance" short.

Thinking about how "The Second Renaissance, Part 2" in The Animatrix is about humanity destroying the planet and losing a war with machines by acting exactly the way the US was acting in 2003.

what is this, nazi russia i scream as i slam my macbook shut and stomp out of the nyt building

The Heavenly Kingdom was an incredibly weird mix of relative progressivism, wack religious stuff, and lasting insurgency.

"European colonial powers ally with the Qing dynasty against Christian revolutionaries" is such a phenomenally bizarre scenario.

I can definitely see how this was a deep cut for Mao, weird religious bent aside.

Been extremely fascinated by the Taiping rebellion lately for what are probably very normal reasons.

I imagine there must have been some midnight conversations that a lot of people would have otherwise never been able to have.

The thing about this is that they had individual phones, though, and those phones could still talk to each other without placing a call. It was basically a de facto party line. There were some sociological studies about this and they found that it improved the quality of life, because they all lived pretty far away from each other, and entrenched property rights had an inherent hostility because of grazing and such.

When telephones and electricity proliferated to the more atomized populations of farm and ranch country, people couldn't justify dedicated lines. This was around the same time that entire apartment blocks shared an entire line. So groups of neighbors shared the expense of a line, and they used the wire fencing as cable.

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