Flawless function on a Pixel 4a using Mint Mobile, speeds comparable to iPhone 12 with Verizon (for 1/8th the monthly cost). Setup with a Nextcloud server, and again this phone just works. Contacts, calendar, notes, backups, it all syncs easily. I sound like an ad, but I'm blown away.
I'll be ditching my iPhone 12 soon. #otg
Here in Chiraq most (shitty) businesses throw this sign up at their entrances. As a daily concealed carry holder, it brings me much joy to violate this unenforceable 'law'.
This sign is essentially a virtue signal at this point, since A) you don't (or shouldn't) know if someone is CCW'ing anyway and B) this will stop zero people from entering with a gun if they so choose.
Bet I'm willing to bet most Lib-Joes see it and think "Damn right, no guns allowed!!"
Sleepy Joe in 2021:
"Huh? What Kamala? We're packing the Supreme Court with ex-Obama White House staffers? Okay fine let me go back to sleep."
Joe Biden in 1983 in Congress when asked about FDR attempting to pack the Supreme Court:
"It was a terrible, terrible mistake to make, and it put in question there for an entire decade the independence of THE most significant body... in this country."
Go back to napping, Joe.
Love the CO2 warning feature... So they're confirming that wearing these fucking things isn't a good thing? I thought this was scientifically "good to go!"?
World Economic Forum posted this on their Twitter yesterday, and I wanted to share the company's website instead.
Presenting the new BreathTech-S3, the world's first smart-mask that links to your phone, with super helpful alerts and reminders. It even alerts you when you need to take a few breaths of fresh air due to too much CO2 building up inside the mask! Very cool!
Now imagine those people who see this and think it's great... wow.
"No amendment to the Constitution is absolute. You can't yell 'fire' in a crowded movie theater and call it freedom of speech. From the beginning, you couldn't own any weapon you wanted to own."
-Amnesia Joe Biden today
Last time I checked the second amendment, there were no caveats or restrictions in the text. So how about we stop speculating on the meaning and read the amendment?
"...the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed."
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