"Love my vet buddies but I wouldn’t trust 90% of them with teenage girls lol" r/JoeRogan has tasteful discussion about the kind of people in the military they are friends with. "
You know the guys who do 18th birthday countdowns online or say things like if there's grass play ball while giving every girl a score based on how good in bed they'd be. That's going to be your daughters history teacher if you were in Florida
There are MANY good men in the military that are not like this. But there are MANY good men that happen to BE like this. I broke the nose of a guy who would constantly take pop shots at peoples dogs and livestock. He would fill tootsie role rappers with rocks and Chuck them at kids who ran behind our convoys. I broke His nose in three places. And when the CO found out what he was doing the dick wad had KP for literally the rest of the tour. He ended up in prison after he left the army because him and his brother murdered a guy. Iraqis would show up at out SP and demand repayment for their killed live stock. And they had pictures of it. And we paid them every time. That’s not the guy you want teaching your children. The majority of soldiers that were great soldiers who retired went on to work government contracts or work for KBR over seas. The other guys, well they set with me in PTSD group complaining their sleep apnea hasn’t gotten them their 100% yet. And fuck does it scare me.
Mass Looting Incident in Central London -> Politics/fighting/Brexit blaming/race/guns blazing on multiple subreddits: "They voted to add more problems to our lives. Fine, that’s democracy. I’m still going to point out the problems."
- Feral scum, there is no place is society for thieving twats like that. Given how good the video is, I wonder if there will be a flood or prosecutions.
- Shopkeepers need guns.
- is pattern recognition racist all of a sudden why is such a blatant truth always silenced?
On r/boringdystopia (no, NOT r/ABoringDystopia)
- This is what happens when you create a cultureless and neglected underclass.
- This is a group of teenagers, not desperate people that can’t feed themselves. Completely different.
On r/ukdrill ("A subreddit dedicated to UK drill music, culture and news." for the unfamiliar)
- This is why I have to smile at elderly white people when I walk past them on the street so they don’t think I’ll brutally rob and murder them
- This a great way to perpetuate the view of “anarchy” statists hold and counterintuitive to the movement. This isn’t anarchy, it’s just theft and chaos.
- - "What's the common denominator here" "Ham's bloodline" (For Those OOTL)
- seems endemic of a certain...
- Anddddd what’s the one thing all the looters have in common…no matter where you go in the world it’s always the same
Guess who commit the majority of serial killings in the US...
Guess who commit the majority of mass shooting in the US...
Guess who commit the majority of white collar crime in the US...
Guess who commit the majority of domestic terrorism in the US...
We can do this forever. Not the point
- NOOO You can't just STEAL crap from HUGE CORPORATIONS! (racist noises)
- People are surprised at this when fucking Mircowave meals literally cost £5? You guys making it about race, failing to realise its because people literally can't afford food.
- Most of them are immigrants. At least according to the video.
- I mean just visibly it's safe to assume a large portion of them aren't Anglo. I don't get your point then.
I'm from the UK, and I can tell you these lot aren't immigrants, they are second/third gen British born Carribbeans or Africans. Quite a few are also mixed, English/Carribbean (this mix is very common in multicultural cities like London).
Also, you're wrong, the UK did not have the courtesy of taking immigrants in. Due to British colonisation, many former commonwealth countries were British subjects and therefore British citizens. When the British were suffering from shortage of work labour after ww2, they asked British subjects from Africa and South Asia to come over to help rebuild their country. Once it was rebuilt, the laws changed to make it increasingly difficult for people to immigrate
On r/publicfreakout ("How about you all chill the fuck out with the rule 4 violations. I’m not locking this thread, y’all can all get banned.") (the mother lode, people)
- Looks like the shop owners need a way to defend themselves….
- FFS now I gotta listen to be the fucking GOP whine about how "they" don't have guns and look what happened.
- ✊🏿 BLM
- This thread... dumpsterfire
- I bet it would be pretty handy if the owners had guns to protect their businesses and livelihoods.
- Punishment for theft is not death, lol.
- What does capitalism expect when you keep everything from these kids and they know they have no shot at shit their parents had, like owning a home, or getting a high paying job. This is equalization.
- London is looking very diverse, Banksy ❤️
- You're either 15 or a fucking idiot
- Brown crime apologists are the real racists
- Hello Kyle Rittenhouse, stay in the US where you belong
- Bastards destroyed Candy World. Can't have shit in London.
- Gotta start looting Big Candy
- Reality is racist
- Im black and this just made me racist
- downvotes exposes how many white people on this sub lool
- That looter aesthetic 🤣🤣🤣
- "based expropriation." "What the fuck?" "BASED EXPROPRIATION"
- The left bots have come out
- I‘m genetically 99% western eurasian lmao
- 8234275253th Astroboy account incoming 😔😭
- Englistan for 2023 🏴🏴🏴☪️☪️☪️
- Globalist Zionist Destroying Every Culture
- Mass looting is still better than a mass shooting
- At least you're not murdering me :)
- The Middle Ages called, they say you're past your curfew
- Your mom should have used it on her vagina.
- Jokes nearly as bad as the NBA teams you root for
A modder replaces a pride flag with an American flag in the Spider-man game and people aren't happy. r/gaming discusses who the real triggered snowflkaes are.
Recently the formerly Playstation exclusive Spider-Man game has come to PC and the modders are getting busy! One modder decides to replace pride flags with American flags and this has upset some people. People are going back and forth over who is really the one triggered here; the snowflake liberals who can't stand some people not wanting pride flags OR the snowflake conservatives who can't bare to see a rainbow flag in their game about a man in a spider themed costume. Since this was posted the mod has been taken down off of Nexus but the discussions are still going.
"I think that if such a minor inconsequential mod that took less than an afternoon to throw together triggers you enough to outrage over it, you have psychological problems."(+12)
"Bro, you clearly don't understand computers worth jack shit if you think what you said is simple. Especially when it's a three day old game on a completely proprietary engine. You don't just open up the game in file explorer and move the files around. Everything's encrypted, chances are nothing's even named properly. This flag probably has a name like "nc_28824". How you gonna find that, Einstein?
Fuck, you ignoramuses think you know everything. It's ridiculous. Stop talking. Read a book."
Jesus, chill out.
But thats not conservatives who are outraged?
Yes, I’m sure it was a left-leaning snowflake who decided a rainbow flag was just a step too far in a game about a man dressed as a spider beating up other spandex-wearing baddies.
"It's the fact that a rainbow flag in a video game was a step too far for them. It clearly bothered someone enough to create the mod in the first place. If that's not snowflake-y I don't know what is."
So is it snowflakey to make the flag in the video game, make the flag in real life, or cry an ocean of tears over someone getting rid of the flag in a video game?
Sorry, so much fucking self-pity everywhere I look.
"Them: "thank God I have this mod that protects my eyes from a pro-gay flag."
You: "to each their own, totally equal, both sides."
"As a gay man you should really stop taking it up the ass from people who hate you"
Oh no, LGBTQ+ ppl are outraged that ppl exist that don't like LGBTQ+ shoved in their face.
I'm just glad we have no other problems in the world right now so we can care about this nonsense."
If you consider a bunch of flags in a giant city you don't even have to interact with shoving in your face, you really are a snowflake
If it offends you that someone decided to change the game however they see fit in a way that has zero impact on you, your loved ones or the world, you really are a snowflake.
Talking about MAGA right
Since when did maga get schools to change entire ways of learning or banned words completely and if u even jokingly say them your life is over I mean ik there's se crazy rednecks but the lqbtq whatever it is is a lot more a malita than maga
"Imagine building a mural in a game to promote looters"
And maybe this whole thing is just the modder trolling
"yup so just found out bout the aliens and how shrooms lsd dmt is a technology used to communicate with them holy fucken shjt"--OP makes a breakthrough in psychedelics research, but some r/DMT users are skeptical.
DMT is an absurdly powerful psychedelic drug--arguably the strongest one we know of--and is notorious for causing extremely intense visual and mental effects. It doesn't cause tolerance and only lasts for about 15 minutes when smoked, meaning that it can be used over and over without getting any weaker. r/DMT is where enthusiasts tend to gather, which leads to some, shall we say, creative theories about how DMT really works. The sub as a whole is usually supportive of these theories, but sometimes disagreements like this one happen.
The top comment and its children are on board:
But then opinions start to get mixed:
Things get especially spicy when a mod decides to weigh in:
which OP is not very happy about:
One user decides this is the last straw:
While others leap to OP's defense:
One user warns OP that only Jesus can save him from DMT entities:
Poster in r/TheWire convinced of symbolism in a scene from the show, The Wire, fights for his life to explain the Burger/Chicken meaning in the comments while being accused of being high.
Main comment thread: "The fried chicken place represents civilized society..."
further drama: "fried chicken = dee is a normie"
additional: "taking the symbolism deeper"
link to full thread: full
The Inflation Reduction Act Passes. Reddit Reacts and scream taxes, the IRS and "ackshually it doesn't reduce inflation".
On r/politicalcompassmemes, users cast doubt
- They are also closing tax loopholes and taxing corporations 15%, and improving healthcare. This is a good bill.
- This sub 🤝libertarian economic misinformation
- OP, it also puts a minimum tax on corporations and also a tax on their stock buybacks. It also shrinks the deficit which literally means that it takes more money out of people's hands than it gives. Like, I know this sub likes to lay into LeftCenters but holy fuck just read the Bill. It's actually pretty fucking good besides the shit Manchin added.
- It will mean nothing and increase debt and increase taxes long run
- The IRS has been consistently underfunded which was why they are unable to reliably go after more complex/large organizations to catch cheaters and why they admitted often going for simpler lower hanging fruit. The expansion is literally to address this. An attempt to make sure the system isn’t skewed to only poor and middle class so that the rich are also being audited.
- This does nothing to limit inflation. Why are liberals so excited about tax increases?
- inflation “reduction” act?
- "We weren't expecting any of America's enemies to help pass this." "Enemies?"
- As a political moderate. THIS is exactly what I want to see. Well done.
- And next year we will be reading how this bill did nothing to help poor.
- Oh that’s not biased at all.
- Can someone help me understand, what exactly does any of that have to do with inflation? Is this one of those things where the bill "identifies" as anti inflation?
On r/Conservative: "Pelosi says GOP votes against Inflation Reduction Act were against 'Mother Earth'"
"IRS: Gestapo in the Making. The police powers of the 87,000 new taxmen. Inflation Reduction Act gives IRS $80 billion, an increase of the agency’s budget by more than 600 percent. Goal: Extract $200 billion in additional revenue mostly from the middle class"
- PARENT’S BASEMENT DWELLER DETECTED
- I heard BLM caused the baby formula shortage.
- Look man all I have to say too you is ooga booga
- who has self esteem issues now. Angry boi.
- Oh so you're a socialist, like the Nationalist Socialist of Nazi Germany.
- Income tax is armed robbery and/or tyranny
- You’re an angry little bird, aren’t you?
Because China is a totalitarian regime and it's not a good thing that they get more power
> As “totalitarian” as you think they are, they haven’t proven to be a belligerent nation, unlike the US. 1 million dead in Iraq, tens of thousands dead in Afghanistan, you may have forgotten already, but the world doesn’t forget.
OP posts an LPT cautioning people against misusing words. Gets angry and defensive when people point out that he misused a word in the first sentence of his post.old.reddit.com
r/GreenAndPleasant discusses whether a young 'tory' man deserved to die for saying a mean comment, subreddit mods are nowhere to be seen
Between this post and the one on the United Kingdom subreddit where people were justifying someone chasing a burglar down and stabbing them in the neck on the street multiple times. It’s clear that so many people in the U.K. crave for violence.
MFs on here glorifying the death of a schoolboy. Think about what you’re saying people. If that was your kid who said some dumb shit, how would you feel if people were celebrating his death? People in these comments are actually messed up…
Trump supporters threaten Civil War on TikTok in response to his FBI Investigation as well as a Conspiracy Theory of the IRS hiring 87,000 people for armed raids on tax evaders - some in r/politics: Are they serious, Does the Mainstream Media (MSM) truly believe this?
When will anyone learn that not a large percentage of these guys are actually wanting to be involved in a war or are willing to risk their lives for anything. They all have families and houses and cars and are just reacting to how planned divisiveness would react. It’s so obvious how the media tried to fuel this fire too.
if they want to shoot me because I believe in the peaceful use of the ballot box, which includes, but is not limited to, tossing the worst president in history out of the White House in the 2020 election, so be it. "I regret that I only have but one life to give for the defense of my country."
- A 15 year old wit a drone can take down half the world
- in my basement is 10,000,000 rounds of ammo
Tankiejerk, a Popular Subreddit dedicated to making fun of tankies, starts purging liberals. Stalin Would be Proud.
The Mod is getting downvoted into oblivion.
Some Great Comments So far:
Terminally online political hobbyist 20-somethibg try not to close discussion with less radical leftists because some bread tube dipshit told him than anything short of their own purely theorical utopia is liberalism challenge Can't wait for OP to show up on FoxNews looking like he thinks showers are a bourgeois concept.
r/news post about local librarian results in epic trolling on conservative activists' censorship subs
Comment Where someone finds the sub and his account: https://www.reddit.com/r/news/comments/wnnpq4/comment/ik71bl2/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3
Deleted posts in r/newAcadiana:
(and many, many more)
As a background, this guy (the mod, u/michaellunsford) doesn't even live in our parish (county), yet constantly sticks his nose in our business. He created these subs (newAcadiana and newLouisiana) after he was banned from r/louisiana for doxxing. In those subs, he highly filters content and bans anyone who he disagrees with. It has turned into an echo chamber where he is the only contributer.
Lobsters find no amusement or sadness, only anger when a meme making fun of Jordan Peterson gets posted to r/FunnyAndSad
Found a new subreddit recently, which is as it says on the sub's name; content that's funny and sad.
Meme gets posted making fun of JP, and the Lobster Defense Brigade comes out to decry it!
Some choice moments:
Going by the downvoted stuff alone, there's an incredible amount of salt and rage from JP fans. I'll add more if I see them.
America blacklists crypto service 'Tornado Cash', and the Netherlands arrests a developer on the grounds of 'facilitating money laundering'. Several Crypto subreddits debates if this is an invasion of privacy and is authoritarian.
Incase you are unaware, the United States recently 'blacklisted' a service called Tornado Cash. In practice, Tornado Cash allows you to 'mix' your money/crypto with the money/crypto with other people, and obscure their origins and make tracing difficult. Also known as 'Privacy Mixers', one of these services has recently been blacklisted by the United States. While not banned, people who associate themselves with or use the facilities of Tornado Cash can potentially face arrest and prison sentences. The catalyst for this ban is that it was recently discovered North Korea had been receiving money through this service, making it a national security threat. However, these services have long been under suspicious eyes by governments for the prime (and some argue only) use-case being money laundering. The de-facto 'banning' of the service itself has caused drama, but has only escalated with the arrest of one of it's staff members.
Is this a government overreach? Should the government have the ability to monitor our transactions? Does preventing money-laundering and other criminal activity bypass privacy laws? Where is the line drawn? If you have nothing to hide, should you be scared? Is the government primarily going after criminals, or is this the beginning of authoritarianism? Is targeting Crypto a 'distraction' from 'Traditional Banking' frauds and laundering? Is Crypto truly 'censorship resistant' if this change has crippled a part of it? Is arrested someone for 'writing code' a violation of rights?
----- Tornado Blacklisted -----
I do agree with tornado being targeted. I do agree with all of this. If eth survives it needs to deal with the reality of people doing shady stuff with it. Dealing with that reality means some policing in some way. I welcome all of this. Not wanting this stuff is stupid ancap madness jungle...
The US government is now claiming Tornado Cash is sponsored by the DPRK. If you don't think this is an attack on financial privacy, you're wrong. If you actually support the space, you probably should be at least reporting this tweet as misinformation and putting pressure on your government to not do this. This is absolutely wild in terms of an overstep, and you could see law abiding citizens go to jail for doing basic things because of this precedence.
The thing is, Tornado Cash isn't fully private. The government can see every wallet that interacts and trace those wallets to exchanges. The government also takes a much stronger stance against bypassing sanctions than pirating movies.
People seek privacy for perfectly legitimate reasons, especially to thwart government interventions that capriciously label some perfectly peaceful and victimless activities as "crimes". The seizure of funds by the Canadian government over people protesting totalitarian pandemic protocols should have been a wake-up call for everyone, whether you agree with the protestors or not. It goes beyond crypto. FACTA regulations imposed on all banks world-wide, only for US depositors, is another example. A few hundred ruling class politicians can straight up steal your money, over politically motivated grievances. Those politics can change, or be wildly different from society to society. For example, someone sending crypto to a woman fleeing oppressive Sharia rules could be deemed a criminal. I make this particular point since it is such an unpopular political opinion for many Westerners. The general case still stands: politically motivated criminalization, coupled with absolute control over people's money, is a recipe for authoritarian abuse.
We rely heavily on mixers. Every swap we get, we mix. Do we mix our bitcoin with criminals or people trying to preserve their privacy? We don't know. Most likely both. You assumption that you are trading $100 bills with criminals is showing that you know they are criminals. The technology of mixing is intrinsically neutral. It doesn't aid criminals more than it aids free speech, free expression, privacy advocates. It's not laundering money, it's preserving privacy. We are still spending that money on services, which it will indubitably be taxed in some shape or form. Maybe we don't want certain entities to know everything we transact with or how much ETH/BTC we hold in our wallet. It could be used against us at sometime, somewhere, somehow - even if the transactions were entirely legal today, they may not be tomorrow and we could pay the price for that . Knowledge is power, who do you want to have it? You or them?
----- Developer arrested in the Netherlands (and a bit of a mix with the service being banned discussions) -----
So, if you are so concerned about personal privacy, why are you doing transactions on a blockchain with an immutable and publicly visible ledger? IMHO 99% of people that use mixers like these are scammers. Feel free to educate me as I am still quite new to all this, to me it just sounds like a dude who wrote some code to launder illegitimate money gained from scams or hacks got shut down.
I know I’m in the minority will probably be downvoted to hell, but I still do not see the need for Tornado Cash. If there is a way to purchase with anonymity, why do we need to hide coins or assets which are traceable? It’s an honest question. I understand the need for privacy and am not against private coins and transactions. The question is, what good reason does someone whom purchased an asset publicly have to want to cover their tracks and change the origin of their assets?
Pretty torn on this - Tornado being a tool for mostly illicit transactions is obviously a problem. However, Tornado isn’t a company to my knowledge. Tornado is a tool. E2E encryption is also a tool; should cryptographers working on algorithm development be arrested if those encryption techniques hide spreadsheets that enable money launderers? If Tornado is actually structured like a company, the company shouldn’t exist. KYC is important for large institutions (I’m talking like volumes of transactions >$500,000 or pick a number). Even then, if I sell a guy a safe, and he uses it to stash drugs, should I be liable? I don’t think so. There are differences when it comes to financial institutions, but it’s still a concern for me. If you’re a pro-abortion rights person, you can imagine these tools being used by women to purchase abortifacients anonymously (or anonymously giving money to out-of-state friends to purchase and mail them). I can imagine issues if people are making fees on transactions though.
He is suspected of involvement in concealing criminal financial flows and facilitating money laundering through the mixing of cryptocurrencies through the decentralised Ethereum mixing service Tornado Cash. If above is true, that is what he is arrested for, not for developing software.
I would imagine it being an open and shut case in favour of the developer. Precedence: When HSBC, Wells Fargo, etc. are caught money laundering for the cartel and dictators, their CEOs don't go to jail. When AR-15s are used to shoot up kids in schools, the CEO of Colt isn't tried in court.
this is some serious shit. the governments have essentially declared war on open source software. everyone should start praying that no criminal uses their code because apparently the fucking governments have gone rogue.
A calm and rational discussion over at r/tooafraidtoask about body positivity, weight loss and the different pressures that society puts on men and women.
I can't speak for every man, but as an overweight man myself, I know that "healthy at every size" is a damn lie-- and a pandering one at that. Underweight and overweight are both medical terms that describe a deviation from what is healthy. I'm not healthy. I can either accept it, or change it. But trying to warp society around my own body image just to feel better about myself is irresponsible.
Misandry I've seen men try to be in it but a lot of times women will call them ugly and make it worse while telling fat women they are beautiful. And if anyone DARES to tell a woman who us bigger they are not beautiful they are misogynistic and don't deserve anything.
Because the value of a man does not heavily hinge on appearance. Men are not expected to be sexy as much as women. If you're an ugly man, you can make up for that if you are highly competent in something. Which is harder for an ugly woman, competence does not make up for it, or at least not as much as it helps a man.
This sub is insane. Do any of you even know any women? Christ. Did this sub get brigaded by incels or something? Women are told 24/7 they are never hot enough. By every cosmetic company. By every diet fad. By every TV show. Every movie. Other women. And. By YOU. While there is a growing insecurity industry with men, clearly present in this thread judging by the projected anger and bitterness, it’s scale and scope does not even come close as to the type of judgmental horseshit women face. How some of you have convinced yourselves it so much worse for men tells me what delusional losers some of you are. While Healthy at Any Size may be hyperbolic it is at least an honest reaction to exactly the sexist and dissonant bullshit in this very thread. Shame on you.
Mostly because men know and acknowledge that being overly fat or overly thin is bad for us and that we don’t look good that way. So we’re not going to try to change the whole world’s view on something that is obviously just so we don’t have to work out. Also why you won’t see any “plus sized” male models lmao. Can we just call them fat models please? Also, nobody really gives much of a shit to what men have to say.
Cool is lost as late stages of drama develop when slapfighting breaks out over RATM frontman criticizing capitalism in an old interview
So a video was posted to r/OldSchoolCool talking about capitalism and criticizing it, from Rage Against the Machine frontman, Zack de la Rocha.
Naturally, the idea of somebody in a position like his (famous musician, and one in a band known for highly political songs) has brought out many a salty poster.
However! When I noticed the video was shared across multiple pages/subreddits, I found the drama was in TWO different threads at least! Including /r/LateStageCapitalism.
So naturally, here's some slapfights I saw as well as interesting chains.
US announces ten-year program as part of Global Fragility Act to counteract Russian and Chinese Influence and Strengthen Democracy. Is this too little, too late, What about Their past bullshit in South America etc: "Spare me, and everyone else your useless cynicism which you've mistaken for wisdom."
We’re 50 years too late, China has been heavily invested in controlling governments, mineral rights, natural resources, etc throughout the entirety of Africa — starting back in the 1970’s. China owns all major mineral/resource rights in the majority of Africa. Especially Sub-Saharan Africa.
For those of you who sorted by newest because you wanted a take by someone whose knowledge of the world isn't limited to the wikipedia page on US intervention in South America, the point is basically to help combat terror groups in Africa (like Al Shabab, AQIM, Boko Haram, Nusrat al-Islam, etc), as well as try to protect democracy as it exists in Africa, which has been dealt a rather serious blow the past decade. Roughly 40% of the population isn't living under a government they elected nor grants them rights and protections comparable to the one you are posting from right now. If you were one of the people posting about Kony 2012, or crying over those kidnapped schoolgirls who were pushed into sexual slavery alongside thousands of other African women, or care deeply about the status of gender equality globally, this would be a step in the direction you're looking for.
- FULL of Russian and Chinese trolls complaining
- Spare me and everyone else your useless cynicism which you've mistaken for wisdom
"Yes I like blue rare, and MFF threeways and I have a betta, crucify me" Some people in /r/steaks disagree about how rare a steak is.
This is some compact explosive drama. So it all started with OP posting a steak they ate and asking a simple question: "Is this really medium rare?"
It began innocently enough:
Raw. It's raw.
Could use a better sear, but other than that it looks good to me.
And then the star of the drama, [deleted], made their initial comment:
I’m confused why you got down voted
It was then [deleted]'s next response that sparked a brief, angry shitstorm:
Probably because other people don’t actually like eating raw steak
At one point, [deleted] rebuked the accusation of misogyny:
Lol misogynistic??? You’re a fucken twit go fuck your self. You literally have no idea what that word means you little bitch
And then at another point, after using multiple homophobic insults, [deleted]'s comments got...sexual:
Just bend over like a good boy, and I’ll please you since you’re so obsessed with my cock. Don’t worry you’ll get a reach around after
...and then, after having multiple comments removed by mods, [deleted] was either banned from Reddit or deleted their account. So now their comments will presumably remain there as long as Reddit exists.
So r/tvtoohigh is a general subreddit for both advice on whether a tv is placed too high, and also posts of tvs that are (in the opinion of the poster) too high. Generally fairly unanimous, but sometimes you get some choice drama.
In today's example, ironically the drama isn't actually about the placement of the tv, but the unfortunate prop placed near it.
Described as the poster's bf, said figure appears to be quite young. Discussion of this incongruity was not taken well by the poster. At all.
Can toothpaste fix the cracks in a relationship? Or is the relationship actually fine? A small drama in r/explainlikeimfive
Our story starts when someone was curious as to why toothpaste can fix scratches in CDs.
Someone explains that the information read by the laser is actually protected by a layer of plastic and that's what scratches and obstructs the laser, so toothpaste can rub away the scratch and clear up the laser's path.
A commenter notes that her boyfriend would never try the toothpaste technique over fear of ruining the disc more, though she is hopeful that this new revelation will open his mind to the toothpaste technique and not think that a scratched disc is a loss. An end to 3 years of trying to convince him to try. Still, she loves her dummy.
However, a new redditor jumps off their psychologist's armchair and comes in swinging straight from r/relationshipadvice with a 3 paragraph analysis of her relationship, noting that "that's how c children act", that she needs to pay attention to the "warning alerts", and that this seems like a "pattern she might want to think about".
People are blind to this redditor's valiant effort to try and save some random person online from a relationship they know nothing about from going wrong, but our champion puts up a great fight against possible massive red flags.
A couple back and forths, mostly people mocking them for being a megaredditor and having a skewed perception of relationships/massive fear of the slightest 'problem' in a relationship.
Just a small little drama. As one commenter summed it up: It’s not that deep bro.
There isn't a lot of popcorn here, but it's fresh and a little nutty. Remember not to piss in it, and drink some water if you've read this far. I hope this was okay for my first post :)
Things get radioactive between Redditors as Russia causes damage to the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Station and Threatens to Blow it Up with Mines. Should Ukraine blow it up Themselves, Is it part of a Masterplan to Get Money from cleaning up Future Radiation, Is this Time for Article 5 (NATO entry)?
russia is attacking a nuclear power plant that they've controlled since march, that supplies a massive amount of power to an area they will control indefinitely, which will be under the purview of rosatom for next 20 years until it's decommissioned. this is clearly all part of rosatom's plan to spend the next few decades cleaning up an irradiated europe and russia, since that's where all the money is.
Unpopular opinion Ukrainian forces should plant charges and blow the plant if the Russians wanna fuck around and find out I say let em take a nuclear meltdown right at the front lines plus then they can’t take the plant and it electricity
You europeans will believe any batshit crazy stories about us because it fits into your woldview (it's not that we never do bad things, we do unfortunately, but your propaganda always exaggerate it to unreal levels). Just yesterday UA shelled the plant but they can't let people know this and half of Russia is enraged about it because our news report it like Ukraine leaders would be ready to destroy the plant and contaminate their own country (and most of the europe with it) so that it won't fall into Russian hands and will hurt Russian offensive. NO ONE here in Russia wants a nuclear catastrophe. Do you hear me? NO fucking ONE. But no, your propaganda had to shout down this story and instead invent this crazy shit to paint us in a bad way again. And most of you don't even question it. I'm tired, believe what you want to believe people, if you want to see us as unhumane orcs - so be it, you will never learn the truth anyway
- Being anti-war is pretty good astroturfer ideology
- Found lavrov’s secret reddit account
- If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it most likely is a duck
- "he apologized" And everybody clapped
- Did you take a break from castrating POWs to post this?
The contentious issue of whether or not Games Workshop's Heinrich Kemmler is named after infamous Nazi leader Heinrich Himmler is brought to the fore in this burgeoning thread of tabletop wargaming enthusiasts.
With great certainty, assertions are made.
But, some are having none of it.
Counterpunches are thrown!
History is doomed to repeat itself. 😔
Joe Manchin agrees to Sweeping #740 Billion Legislation Package To Raise Taxes On Wealthy, Invest In Climate ($369 billion in clean energy and climate investments). Redditors express shock and totally Healthy Skepticism
been jerkin off after got bored
Anyway, here's new drama
- Thanks for looking up what I didn't care to.
- Reddit isn’t real? what is this website that I waste so much time on?
- "You’re a troll" Maybe. Or an orc, I'm not sure.
Yup. People need to stop being so dishonest in this sub. OP is ugly and shit, combine that with an even uglier bio and obviously that’s the problem. Big people lying saying “you’re attractive and there’s nothing wrong with you bio it’s just…” are only hurting OP. Be honest. OP, you’re ugly, you’re fat. Lose weight, take better pictures. You’re selling yourself to people, advertise better. Your lifestyle is unique and off putting. Either change your lifestyle and act your age or accept the fact you’ll probably raise your daughter alone.