DroneRights

@DroneRights@lemm.ee

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I find Beehaw admins politically incorrect much of the time. In order to be correct, you have to be interested in learning. Beehaw is opposed to learning, and that’s a good way to be wrong all the time.

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Also them making this post gives all of us a chance to tell them their mean girl games won’t be missed.

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Agree 100%. When they say be nice, they mean be white and neurotypical.

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Dutch cities are way quieter and more peaceful than American cities. This is because cars are loud.

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Where’s the article? I can only see a headline and a picture

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I wish I was as lucky as you

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I’m willing to moderate. Big NJB fan, I watch all his videos when they come out. I’m good at moderation and I have too much free time.

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I got Subnautica for free. It’s environmentalist, mostly pacifist, and it’s full of xenobiology. I love it.

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Is this Tailwind HTML? It looks like Tailwind and it’s also the reason I hate Tailwind

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Population growth is not a cause of climate change worth paying attention to. Most of those extra two billion were born in poor countries, especially in Africa. These countries have a fraction of the per capita emissions of wealthy countries like America that are currently seeing or soon to see population decline. When we’re having a conversation about how to control total emissions, it’s orders of magnitude more efficient to focus on per capita emissions than on population. For one, we can reduce per capita emissions without getting into ethical issues regarding population control or economic issues like those caused by the one child policy in China.

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We can cut emissions hugely by eliminating plastic crap, building technology and tools to last, living in vibrant medium density neighbourhoods with public transit and bicycles for all, building renewable energy sources, and eliminating meat.

I wake up in the morning, ride my bike to a job where I fix old technology and make a difference, then pick up groceries from local and sustainable businesses, get some exercise and sun in on my bike, and make a delicious vegan meal like roast potatoes. I’m happier, more active, healthier, and I feel like my life makes a difference. You, meanwhile, get to ride around in your metal box having to maintain constant focus or you could kill someone, getting no exercise, and presumably eating meat that hurts animals, wastes carbon, and kills you faster. Of course you need a vacation on a plane to make you happy; your life is miserable.

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If you want a car with privacy, you’ll have to buy an old car without a computer.

Or you could just get a bicycle and be free

Here are 20 reasons why frameworks make us lousy programmers (chat-to.dev)

It is not accurate to claim that frameworks automatically make programmers bad. In fact, frameworks are powerful tools that can accelerate development, promote best practices, and facilitate code maintenance. However, it can be argued that overly relying on frameworks without understanding the underlying principles of...

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IMO most “flashy” frameworks betray the principle of high cohesion. Importing a time library to handle timezones is a great idea. Importing a math library to calculate derivatives is common sense for good reason. But huge frameworks that change the entire way a language is written are ridiculous. I’m looking at you, Vue and Tailwind. I usually see these sorts of frameworks used by people who aren’t qualified programmers and who don’t know software architectures or best practices. In other words, the kinds of people who get promoted to management positions and tell us what frameworks to use.

(Typescript is awesome though)

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Or we teach all people to distrust authority and to remove bad leaders

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lemmy is already pushing for downvotes everywhere

The only instances I’m familiar with that disable downvotes are Hexbear and Beehaw, which are hives of scum and villainy

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Cognitive dissonance is actually the state of holding conflicting feelings, beliefs, and actions, and it’s supposed to be stressful. Changing beliefs or actions relieves stress.

Why I was banned from Beehaw (imgur.com)

An anonymous admin on Beehaw banned me for being “pompous”. In both my comments I was being fully cooperative and doing whatever the other person wanted me to do. However, the symptoms of my narcissistic personality disorder were visible in the way I spoke. I was visibly narcissistic. My symptoms didn’t affect my behaviour...

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Did you notice the part where I asked them for help following their orders, and they banned me for it?

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