LinkedIn is becoming more useless by the day. I just opened it and there's a message at the top of my feed saying, "Happy Easter from X company" - from a damn week ago!

Maybe nawork.social ? Where we be ourselves, and just talk work?

Thoughts?! πŸ€”

"No Mask? We won't ask" | the Hallow Mallow cafe in York, UK
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It's a scam in the first place. A lot of other states don't do this and I don't understand what the benefits are that those other states are missing out on.

RMV Inspection Sticker Issues Leave Mass. Drivers, Auto Shops Frustrated – CBS Boston
boston.cbslocal.com/2021/04/08

Just reading the NA newsletter... used to use bulletin boards in the early-mid 80's a lot and never heard of Leet.

Maybe I just wasn't? πŸ€”

Well, a successful update to PHP 7.4 and 21. 🎊
However, I was hoping to try out their new social integration as a way into the fediverse... but after an hour of messing with it and only getting errors I'm going to wait...
I love Nextcloud, but sometimes its good to let the new apps wait a release or two. πŸ˜„

In the first week of April 2021, podcasters received 22491 payments from listeners.

That's 22491 payments to developers as well.

A platform of value for all participants in the ecosystem

Tennessee the 20th State to Abolish Concealed Permit Requirement

Tennessee will now become the 20th state to end its requirement for law-abiding citizens to get a permit from the government before exercising their right to bear arms.

The other 19 states are: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wyoming.

breitbart.com/politics/2021/04

I saw the first sign - or lack thereof - of the ruling that the continued mask mandates in Wisconsin were illegal.

The indoor soccer center where my kiddo plays took the mask and capacity limit signs off the doors. πŸ‘πŸ»

On the eve of World War I, in 1913, Congress instituted a permanent income tax by way of the 16th Amendment to the Constitution and the Revenue Act of 1913. Under the Revenue Act, individuals with income exceeding $3,000 could be taxed starting at 1% up to 7% for incomes exceeding $500,000.

It’s all gone downhill from there.

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