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I don't think it's an unpopular opinion to hate people politicising everything - politics should stay in politics.
Sometimes you just want to chat stupid shit and get away from all that crap.

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While this is funny, unless Reddit recently became a microblogging website, this is the wrong place for this post

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It's gross, but also inevitable. If there's an untapped niche to make money from, somebody's going to try it -- plus if they want to waste their money on generating accounts only to have them be banned, then so be it.

Makes me kinda thankful that this community is smaller and less likely to be targeted by this sort of crap.

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Damn, feel like I could do with a good reset from time to time haha

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It's definitely cringy, but I often admired the attempts when my uni lecturers tried.

Meme culture evolves rapidly, especially nowadays - and for a job that already has a fucked work-life balance, the fact that they're even trying to keep up is admirable.

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Yet another confirmation of what we've known already for a long time, that the far-right and MAGA are pawns for the Russians...

I mean christ almighty I don't think there's a single person alive who sucked Putin's dick as hard as Trump did during his time as president, and he's supposed to be the poster-child for the whole thing.

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I bet they contacted Israel to ask them to pretty please not do that again, without imposing any consequences for doing so again

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Damn, convinced me. I guess "show don't tell" is just a load of shite

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Definitely a good point - I'd need one hell of a breather before I so much as think of what to do with even a fraction of that kind of money.

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The stem - even if the other side is more optimal, I hate the brown bit, so I prefer to open at the stem (which isn't usually that hard) and throw that part away when I get to the end.

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Most commercially sold eggs aren't actually fertilised, they're essentially chicken periods. As such the human equivalent would really only be blood, a barely visible ovum, and any visible remains of the uteral wall that was shed.

There are definitely fertilised eggs sold (see the photo @65gmexl3 shared), but if you're literally just buying normal eggs off the shelf, they aren't going to be those ones.

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True, but I'd argue the first guy still has a point. Balut is a speciality food item and not mass produced in anywhere near the same capacity as regular eggs - so while you can find them, if you're buying eggs you're almost certainly not going to accidentally buy Ballut eggs.

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Sure that true for a chicken - but a human's unfertilised egg/ovum doesn't come with any of that. As such what you're saying doesn't make sense.

The human equivalent of an unfertilised chicken egg is their period, which is what I was referring to above.

The only way you could get what you said is with a very well past fertilised human egg, and at that point you're comparing apples to oranges.

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Sure, but then as I said you're comparing apples to oranges. You're comparing the product of human birth to a chicken period, which just aren't equal.

In any case, I think this is just gonna go round in circles, so I'm going to stop here - have a good one

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112 people who would clearly love a one-way ticket to Russia, since they seem so keen to suck Putin's dick

How to make it so frequently used sites don't constantly require 2FA? [SOLVED]

EDIT: After reading all the responses, I’ve decided to allow cookies to persist after they close the browser, which I expect will make it so that 2FA doesn’t kick in as often, at least not on their most frequently used web sites. I may also look into privacy oriented browser extensions that might offer some protection, such...

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I'm a bit late to the party, but I would be inclined to agree with the majority here. Your choice to have their cookies deleted on browser close is adding more friction to an already quite high friction process - you managed to get them to switch over, you don't want to undo all that over cookies of all things.

You have to remember, it is their machine at the end of the day, and while you might be able to put up with having to redo 2FA loads due to cookie deletion, they're clearly not... And if that's going to be the dealbreaker, you're far better off forgetting cookie deletion for now and focusing on more passive privacy options like blocking 3rd party cookies, trackers, and ADs.

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[...] Another unusual result from their tests was that sometimes the tested devices did not require a constant input of electrical charge to maintain their thrust. Given that the device already appears to violate the known laws of physics by creating thrust without propellant, this result even stumped Dr. Buhler and his team.

Hold up a minute, not only does this thing generate momentum out of essentially nowhere "a new fundamental force", it is also able to generate thrust without a constant supply of energy?

If I told you my car could run without petrol, you'd call me a liar, but apparently this didn't ring alarm bells to them?

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I know right. NDT may be passionate about science, but the guy is way too far up his own backside to do what Sagan did... Narcissists aren't inspiring to anyone but other narcissists, to the rest of they're insufferable.

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He's doing his best to give tips to the other narcissists out there - after all he learned from the best, himself

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It keeps looking more and more like the Tories are going to get their way as they keep knee-capping the NHS over and over again with a stagnant budget in the face of ever rising costs/demands.

They want to make the NHS shit to incentivise people going to private, so they can justifying privatising more and more of our NHS, until we end up looking like the US.

Honestly, fuck the Tories

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The rich Tories who stand to make bank off it being that way. Who would've thought it's a bad idea to let the rich decide things for the masses.

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That's kinda the point though. Outside of a true vacuum or a literally perfect anechoic chamber, you won't get true silence anywhere. There's always something, even if you can't consciously perceive it.

Getting pure water is easier than true silence, but it's still not something most people will encounter in their life - and basically anywhere else you can get water on Earth will have some level of minerals in it, as such that background flavour is the flavour of water...

And like with sound, everywhere has it's own flavour of water.

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Problem is the people in power saying that first part know/think they won't have to face the consequences of climate change, as such they only care about the short-term gains.

Capitalism will only solve problems where there's a profit incentive, and there's very little incentive to solve climate change until it starts unavoidably harming profits... By which point it'll be too late.

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Oh I wasn't implying most of these people have a plan, beyond simply believing they'll be able to buy their way out of the consequences or that they'll die before shit really hits the fan.

It's less evil and more just the worst combination of greed, narcissism, and stupidity.

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