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Ready-Stick5106

When you come across a feel-good thing.

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.







Ready-Stick5106

When you come across a feel-good thing.

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.


Ready-Stick5106

When you come across a feel-good thing.

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

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  1. How well ChromeOSFlex works depends on your computer. Some have some compatibility issues depending on drivers, etc. For eg, on my Dell laptop, there are issues what the scroll wheels on some mice don’t work.

  2. Are you sure they're refunding hardware? I assumed they'd only be refunding software, aka games, purchases.

  3. It’s not semantics to point out that this is the way the system works and it is entirely normal. The same thing happened in Manitoba, for example, with the current premier after Brian Pallister stepped down.

  4. Turner and Hooch, and I can’t imagine what the other three are

  5. You know you can switch back to the old way from settings, right?

  6. Not really. The list mode is better but still not as good as the previous OS

  7. I realize that Edge can do this -- automatically pull from Chrome every time you open the browser. But Chrome doesn't seem to have the same functionality. Are there any third-party extensions that can do this?

  8. Yeah this would have to be a Chrome thing or a third party extension

  9. Tim's has been shit for nearly 20 years.

  10. Unpopular opinion: quality there has always been shit.

  11. This should not be a controversial opinion. It has always been ok quality and cheap, which is not a bad combination. But it’s never been anything that could be considered good

  12. I'm on a 200+ day content streak playing/recording/advertising Wordle every single day. I genuinely considered quitting today because of how painfully obnoxious my ad was, and how it completely fucked up my recording setup.

  13. Are you a NYTimes subscriber? I wonder if that affects it. I don’t see ads

  14. Clearly this person is an asshole or mentally ill. The kids don’t need to be dealing with this kind of shit.

  15. It’s just so over the top that it feels like an anti-trans plant

  16. wow this could have ended much worse. He didn't even look.

  17. Not helpful at all. The solution to landlords is public housing. Without that, you need to provide an incentive for private actors to build and supply housing, so we have rent. Landlords are a necessary evil because governments refuse to provide housing. But it doesn’t have to be that way

  18. The grinding clearly wasn't intentional but Apple wisely isn't guaranteeing warranty coverage in patch notes, as people should expect.

  19. If the camera is damaged that would very clearly be covered by warranty

  20. You can only automate something that the phone can do. iPhones can’t record calls. There is no way around this. There are third-party apps that involve calling another number and then using conference calling to connect and record. That doesn’t help you here.

  21. >saying that intermittent fasting is really just a way to get into a calorie deficit without calorie counting - and you can get the same benefit by simply calorie counting.

  22. Do those exist? If they do why not build them there? It will still take oil and gas to build the parts to build the plane. You know metal , plastic, wire all that jazz. To help keep the lights on, gas in employees vehicles. All kinds of things will take oil and gas to keep things going if not coal for power which is worse. Don’t see why anyone would have an issue with one last thing not using fuel to run. So don’t know why they wouldn’t be able to use it to make electric planes if they exist since there will be still lots of reasons to bring oil to the surface yet. My thoughts anyhow.

  23. Masking, social distancing, online learning, retrofitting schools with better HVAC systems.

  24. No province in Canada is really doing any of the things on that list

  25. I’m saying, let’s say they do report it. Their supervisor reports it. If it ever gets anywhere, the police union shuts it down and forgives, which it’ll only get to if something very bad happens anyways. Arresting someone while they’re on shift is not going to happen

  26. What you’re describing is a corrupt system, which police forces are. Even if most cops don’t think that they are bad cops, they know bad cops and for whatever reason, don’t report them or intervene. At best, they ignore it because they think it doesn’t involve them and don’t believe the system would do anything meaningful. Worse, they condone it. And even worse, they participate. But in any of those scenarios, it’s still bad. Even if it’s the first option, they are still part of a corrupt system; participation and silence are complicity.

  27. What’s the argument for someone being “above the law” solely by birthright?

  28. There is no good argument. The only real argument is that’s the way it’s always been,

  29. The ability to toggle background app refresh is new, I think because Safari now supports push notifications

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