the ceo of dengism

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Cake day: Jan 12, 2021

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the last point about bitcoin not being “real” money is so true. the most important thing to come out of cryptocurrency development is really the use of blockchain




people are reeeeeeeeeeeeeal sensitive when it comes to milk. i saw a dude freaking out saying marx would say we should keep torturing cows on a mass scale because capitalism has made the process efficient. like… dude… for milk? really?



The State of IPv6 support on the Tor network | Tor Blog

As of December 2, 2020, 54% of the relays on the network run a version of Tor that supports IPv6. Of the 6852 relays in the network, 3587 are running version 0.4.4 and 8 relays are running the latest Tor version 0.4.5. From all those, 1588 are announcing an IPv6 address and port for the OR protocol…



a lot of people deal with this and it can be very hard to walk away but it does get easier with practice




anyone who calls an anarchist a “fucking marxist” is not worth debating in the first place because they clearly have no clue what words mean.

i think it may help you to try a few things.

  1. walk away from “debates” that are just arguments
  2. try to keep a bit of emotional detachment during debates by turning the person’s argument around on them. you can do this by posing questions which will lead them to your point. be careful not to use this often on people you are close to though, there is a reason people hated talking with socrates
  3. instead of debates, have conversations. debating can be a great tool but you talk of wanting more action. you can get regular people to better understand ideas by explaining them simply, in a way that is relatable to them. and it becomes easier for you to help if you find out from them what they need.

this reads exactly like satire lmao

To a bemused driver with several sandwiches wrapped in tin foil who asked if he could maybe surrender the meat and keep just the bread, one customs officer replied: “No, everything will be confiscated. Welcome to the Brexit, sir, I’m sorry.”