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Jobs was a businessman, not an inventor 13 comments
guest_ · 5 hours ago
I’m glad someone noticed.
Pretty kitty 5 comments
guest_ · 5 hours ago
Tbh as much as I love animals and would want to do “right” I likely would too.
Boom! 3 comments
guest_ · 5 hours ago
Nhilism would tell us nothing matters in the grand scheme. Lacking the omnipotence to say what matters or not in the grand scheme- I can say that things matter to people even if they don’t factor in to an abstract conclusion of the idea of reality. I know that lacking omnipotence I must break things down to what I can perceive, and that individual pieces alone may not mean much, but in repetition and combined with other things form patterns which can help understand a larger picture. I suspect that on a global level the grand scheme may not be its own living entity but in fact a combination of the factors that occur in a daily basis. Lacking the power to move planets with my mind I must move mountains one stone at a time. That’s a silly picture unless you do it long enough that people can see a result. Then one might say it made a difference in the bigger picture. Does no one care? Does this matter? I dunno. My bloviating merited the time and attention for a reply, so there’s that.
Would you sit on this? I would love to try it. 6 comments
guest_ · 5 hours ago
Very true.
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So inspiring 1 comments
guest_ · 6 hours ago
Some do. There are also on again off again fashion trends for random English printed items like bags and clothing in Japan and China.
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Pretty kitty 5 comments
guest_ · 6 hours ago
My father had a pet skunk when he was young. He said it was like a cross between a cat and a dog somewhat. Very smart and playful. His wasn’t de scented but you can get the scent glands removed. It’s not good if they get loose, and depending on your beliefs you may think it cruel- but it does make having them as pets easier. Dad said it really wasn’t a problem. They only spray when upset. Once they’re older and more socialized they generally don’t. It may be an issue if you have other pets or a noisy/busy/chaotic home. He lived in the rural as rural gets and found it with its dead mommnot far away and nursed it.
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Looks done to me 2 comments
guest_ · 6 hours ago
It’s like a broken gameboy (color) screen.
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Rip vine 12 comments
guest_ · 6 hours ago
That would be a real nightmare for people in sensitive sectors. I’d spend a lot more time hangin around with stock traders and bumming around where Apple, google, and other huge corporate employees hang out though. It isn’t insider trading if it’s written where anyone can see it!
Would you sit on this? I would love to try it. 6 comments
guest_ · 6 hours ago
Lol. I totally missed the part implying the woman- and read it as it being a nice chair. I can see someone not liking the sentiment- but someone had to make the joke, and it’s just in fun. As you say- in the end a dv is a small issue in life if even one at all. But still- manners and all, they could at least discuss why. But some folks aren’t wired that way I suppose.
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Would you sit on this? I would love to try it. 6 comments
guest_ · 7 hours ago
Why did someone downvote you for that? Sometimes this site.... up vote for you.
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Boom! 3 comments
guest_ · 7 hours ago
Remember America: when you honor our service men and women the best way to do that is to make sure you tell everyone about it and make sure the world knows it’s a spite invite. It’s important to let those vets know that in your book the ladder of American heroes goes: Super Bowl winner> then below that 4 tours of duty in a combat zone. You’re always welcome at the White House as long as someone else cancels and it can be used as a publicity stunt and attempt to blackmail compliance from someone using shame as a threat and you as a weapon. Because that’s what you are to this woman. You’re a tool. When you were in the service she saw boots and numbers on paper, once your inactive so long as she has a use for you she’ll call. A true patriot. We are blessed to have someone with such a big heart looking out for our vets. Thanks Kellyanne.
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Dang It!!! 6 comments
guest_ · 8 hours ago
The beautiful thing about that sign is that asking someone from almost anywhere in the world they’d swear they can’t say exactly where the picture was taken but they’ve been there, or could point to it on a map. I suppose some things are universal.
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Jobs was a businessman, not an inventor 13 comments
guest_ · 8 hours ago
Well- in fairness marketing wasn’t his only trick. He gamed patent law and used many brutal and questionably legal (let alone unethical) methods and tools to force out, discredit, intimidate, or otherwise destroy competition. I’d argue those methods likely did more for him early on than marketing did. Pipes and Kings also historically tended to use force or threat of force to gain and keep power. One can’t argue that killing, torturing, or harming anyone who opposes you (if you have the power or ability to do so) doesn’t produce results. That doesn’t mean those results should be held up as examples that those methods are ones we should tolerate.
Jobs was a businessman, not an inventor 13 comments
guest_ · 8 hours ago
Yes, but as guest says, he may be innovative, imaginative, he may have the “vision” to see a path and the skills to make that vision come to market. He may have connections, he may be creative with business- but he isn’t an inventor. He didn’t invent his products he’s not the first person to start a radical business model, succeed, and sell. An inventor creates the fork, an innovator figures out a fork can style hair and a business person finds a way to sell people branded hair forks. He may be the latter two, but as an inventor he’s lacking credentials regardless of his business acumen.
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Feels good to be a girl 32 comments
guest_ · 8 hours ago
1. Nice try. I am not the one who are in here throwing around the word conjecture. I stated both our stances are conjecture unless you know him or are him. That was my rebuttal to you, so you ant rebut my rebuttal by rephrasing it.
2. Ok. Sure.
3. Ok. Sure.
4. Ok. Sure.
5. Ok. Sure.
I’m done. You’re either trolling, or I’m very sad for you. Either way I wish you the best in overcoming what’s put you in this place emotionally. That said- there’s no point in further discussion as you don’t have anything to say. You just repeat the same things over and over, and as this conversation shows you don’t actually read (or can’t conprehend) my replies. So as I said before- believe what you want. If you think your view is how the world works I would challenge you to go pay someone $700 to do shots with you and see how trying to get your money back goes. Regardless I’m done here. Enjoy the rest of your day.
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Jobs was a businessman, not an inventor 13 comments
guest_ · 9 hours ago
True. But you can succeed and still be an asshole.
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Dang It!!! 6 comments
guest_ · 10 hours ago
Well- technically it’s not game, it’s live stock. But the sign doesn’t say you can’t bugger game, although that poor quail....
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Feels good to be a girl 32 comments
guest_ · 15 hours ago
.... and anything either of us say is conjecture unless you are the guy in the story or at the very least interviewed him on the subject? You can’t even troll right man. Believe what you want, it’s your right to be wrong, but if you wanted to try and make a legal case of this you’d throw thousands of dollars and a boatload of time into a VERY slim chance you’d win. On a moral ground if our “conjecture” is he really cared what she drank and not just that she drank with him, we can say ethically she deceived him in some form. However deceit is not automatically fraud, and there is no argument that her actions changed his enjoyment of drinking shots with a woman, unless he intended that to lead somewhere else in which case she isn’t responsible for his expectations and that’s creep factor 11.
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Feels good to be a girl 32 comments
guest_ · 15 hours ago
So your argument amounts to restating the information we already have, and expecting that the average person would “obviously” understand paying $700 to drink with someone? I’ve paid exactly $0 in my life to have someone drink with me, but maybe that’s a normal Friday for you? My argument is “conjecture” while your assumptions of his intent are fact? What we know is he paid a stranger $700 to drink with him. You fail to rebut why it had to be that stranger and why one wouldn’t assume he would have just paid another stranger. The harm isn’t the damages. We know that. It’s “obvious.” The harm is the mechanism of legal injury. What crime was committed? You fail to support your argument on anything but opinion. And FYI Phoenix Wright, a civil case is on preponderance of the evidence. It’s not a criminal case where one must prove intent beyond all doubt. Intent must simply be reasonably assumed. You have made no argument why he reasonably needed her to drink alchohol....
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In a nutshell 8 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
Is it? Not to split hairs, but Venezuela is socialist.
Human shelf 7 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
“I didn’t know they stacked shit that high.” RIP.
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The glorious american system 14 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
That illustrates the problem doesn’t it? The same schools that can’t supply enough teachers to teach, that can’t supply the basic supplies to learn- need to come up with money to pay teachers a better wage. From where, and how are the questions. If money could be manufactured in bulk without devaluing currency why wouldn’t we just let everyone have as much as they want? Resources are finite. So yes, teachers should make more. Yes, everyone should make a living wage- at bare minimum no one should ever have to worry about being homeless, hungry, or sick and receive inadequate, unacceptable, or no aid. My point was that it’s apmost a self evident statement that people (or to some- “working people” should be able to live decently. What isn’t so easy to saber rattle and jingoism away is how one plans to do that without taking money from somewhere else- or what they propose to do about it- and if you come up with an agreeable answer that actually works- congrats.
The glorious american system 14 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
It’s so simple. Thank you for solving all America’s issues of inequality. We simply need to pay people more money every time prices go up. Luckily the government sets limits on trade prices for goods, services, and housing so that should be easy.
Feels good to be a girl 32 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
You keep pointing at an obvious assumption and a context- other than date rape (which judges aren’t super keen on) what is the obvious context? What is the purpose of their interaction. For him to be defrauded he needs to have a specific desire to get something from the interaction. What was he specifically wanting from the interaction that he did not get? In what way was the experience of taking shots with her changed by the contents of her glass? What damage did he suffer? For there to be a legal case there must be harm. Even if you consider this deceit- deceit is not a crime unless it causes harm. He went to a bar, he obviously was going to pay someone $700 to drink with him. He would be out $700 either way, so how was he harmed. Those are my questions. Specific questions you have yet to answer. Where is the crime?
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I’ve seen how mean reddit is. Let’s see how mean FS can be. Roast my bff! 15 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
It’s not the most flattering picture, but nothing looks abnormal for a young adult. They look like they’re really happy or enjoying that moment.
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