In Dutch there’s an expression “Hij die een hond wil slaan, vind gauw een stok”. Not sure if this or something similar exists in English, but translated this is “He who wants to hit a dog, will easily find a stick” and basically means that if you want to find a reason to tell someone they are bad, you’ll always be able to find something. I think this is true for many of the “Pleroma is for nazis” “discussions” I’ve seen so far and I think that’s sad
I just told my fiancée that I won’t let our future kids’ photos on Facebag. She asked why.
I then explained how they can track the progression of their facial recognition, and give them a facial recognition fingerprint. She said there was no such thing. We then downloaded her data and went to the “facial recognition ID” number she was given. Jaw dropped, “yes we are not posting kid photos online.”
How exactly do you "accidentally" write software that logs into an email account, pulls down the contact list and stores it in a FB database? #privacy https://www.businessinsider.com/facebook-uploaded-1-5-million-users-email-contacts-without-permission-2019-4
THE most critical statement of the day:
"There is substantial evidence to show that the President was frustrated and angered by his sincere belief that the investigation was undermining his Presidency, propelled by his political opponent, and fueled by illegal leaks" AG Barr.
Undermining of POTUS Presidency, propelled by his political opponent, and fueled by illegal leaks.
Let that sink in. They know. They have evidence. They will be held accountable
The reason I get angry over "NPCs" is because most of the time they aren't liars. They're just constructing their lives, their focus and their persona over distortions and poor information. It is hard for me to have empathy for them at all because they seem incapable of admitting they are wrong or thinking what they believe deserves examination. They consistently fail to uphold themselves to the standard I hold for myself. In this, they disappoint me for being simple.
but still a lot of spam is coming through and friends on my box are getting increasingly frustrated.
what are your sure-shot spam-fighting techniques? please help with advice!
Chase Bank Denies Political Motives as Controversy Erupts Over Closed Accounts
Chase and any other banking institution that decides not to do business with someone with no evidence of criminal activity should lose their Federal Deposit Insurance (FDIC) membership or any other government privilege. If they can deny business to taxpayers then why should taxpayers be forced to help them?
@natecull I thought this was a photo of my COBOL class back in ''82 but, of course, we were still using punched card back then.