- Joined: Nov 1, 2011
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Former video game strategist, current fashion strategist. Video games were more fun.
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Yup, no one ever had an issue with Rogan before, and this is all a conspiracy by Fauci. He controls the government of every nation on Earth, other than a handful of red states, and every media outlet.
This makes perfect, absolute sense, and you should continue not thinking very hard about it as you spread it everywhere, just like Joe does with most of his claims!
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Yup. "we made a feature for photos so important you want them password protected, but so unimportant you can lose your phone and they’re gone forever."
Pass. Nothing will go there for me. Absolutely worthless and not addressing a needed feature
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No, they produced Squid Game themselves. I thought what you did, too, but it’s part of their international production push
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They have a point. Everyone talked about Bird Box and Squid Game. I never watched the former and can still tell you a lot about it.
No one talks about Red Whatever. No cultural significance, despite heavy views. It’s already forgotten. Having you movie immediately forgotten isn’t really great…
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Bad button, bad concept
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Are people of your generation so precious that you can’t pick up on tone and satire?
You’re probably my age, but angry that I’m on your lawn
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If he waits 20-40 years and keeps it well maintained in that time.
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Having recently purchased a house I’m in the market for these, and the Ecobee seems to be the most feature-rich and customizable, by a wide margin. Some of the YouTube tutorials really show the detail you can go into if you choose. You can only do geolocation for 1 person, I believe, which is a bit dumb, but not the worst.
This may be good for the price, but it seems the Ecobee can be much better at saving you more money while keeping you comfortable. I’d like to see a good comparison.
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I don’t understand the way these apps are designed, or why people flock to them.
Again, probably because I’m 40. I grew up when you had AIM names your family didn’t know. So that’s still my approach to social media. Facebook is public facing and where my wife’s grandparents friend me. I have zero interest in connecting that to my Instagram. Facebook is for what I’d say out loud in public, meaning it’s banal and sanitized. Instagram is more for what my close friends see. While none of it is anything I’d mind leaking, I don’t need my aunt seeing the club I was at or the weird art exhibit I walked past. Different use cases. Different audiences. I don’t want those connected.
And even more, I don’t want any of it connected to how I message. I don’t want the antivaxxer cousin to be able to message me, so why would I have a Facebook messaging app?
Basically, 3 levels. Facebook is for family and aquaintances I have little interest in hearing from more than once or twice a year. Instagram is for a social group. Actually being able to message me on something that gets priority on my phone and in my life is for close friends and family. I have no interest in piercing those rings. No interest in the girl that sat in front of me in third grade seeing the vacation photo I put on Instagram. No interest in my second cousin seeing anything other than what my dad tags me in.
Crossing platforms just seems messy. Breaking messaging out of platforms seems even worse. But maybe I’m just old. If you agree I am, send me a Facebook message letting me know. I’m sure I’ll check it via the desktop site sometime in the next 90 days…
No one cares. Everyone knows the type of person that mass bombs anything online
No one said "no more."
Why is it always black and white to some of you? At least acknowledge that you’re making an argument that improvements are worthless unless they’re perfect solutions. Which is absurd.
Again, other platforms have done this, too. It’s widely considered good for social media. You can argue about whether YouTube fits that description, but can’t argue that dislikes improve social media