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jimmydoreisalefty ,

Thank you for explaining this!

I have learned a bit…

Nice post.

jimmydoreisalefty ,

I prefer dots over spaces.

Spaces can mess with stuff, double space…

jimmydoreisalefty ,

Seems like a smear of Musk for not siding with Israel and instead calling for a ceasefire or peace.

Looking at the talk Musk had with Lex Fridman.

jimmydoreisalefty ,

Anti-semitism is a real thing, but Israel-Palestine has always made it harder to understand. If it is truly anti-religious or just questioning Israel gov’t and actions.

jimmydoreisalefty ,

True, politics makes Musk a tribalist issue.

jimmydoreisalefty ,

edit:2 words

Seems like a positive, good on FCC.

Seems to not be a race problem, it is more on working class vs. wealthy class problem.

Wealthier neigborhoods vs. working class neigborhoods.

Interesting news to follow, can’t wait for independent yters and the like to start commenting on this.

jimmydoreisalefty ,

Reminds me of tribalism talks.

  • Tribal Thinking

    • conversational-leadership.net/tribal-thinking/
    • The meaning of the word tribe
    • Sticking to tribal beliefs
    • Politically motivated reasoning
    • 1, Skincare experiment
      1. Gun-control Experiment
    • A big surprise
    • Bottom line
      • “This experiment demonstrates that our political pre-dispositions can strongly influence our numerical reasoning regardless of our political persuasion.”

  • Are Smart People Ruining Democracy? | Dan Kahan | TEDxVienna [13:05 | Dec 10, 2018 | TEDx Talks]

  • Tribalism: How to Be Part of the Solution, Not the Problem

    • Whether it’s race, religion, or politics, tribalism threatens all we hold dear. [July 31, 2022| John G. Cottone Ph.D. The Cube]

      • psychologytoday.com/…/tribalism-how-be-part-the-s…

      • To keep our tribalist impulses in check, I believe we must regularly ask ourselves difficult questions:

        • Do I know how to recognize the propaganda of my own tribe, and resist it when I see it?

        • Do I recognize that every event can be viewed from multiple perspectives and that my tribe’s perspective is just one of many?

        • Do I pursue multiple perspectives on important issues with intellectual honesty — or do I only solicit my own tribe’s political perspective?

        • Do I call out members of my own tribe for bad behavior as often as I call out members of rival tribes — or do I rationalize and ignore their transgressions?

        • Do I have compassion for everyone on the road of truth, even those who are walking today where I walked yesterday?

jimmydoreisalefty ,

Yes, FBI and the other agencies do have a lot of influece in everthing to do with gov’t/media.

Aaron Maté and Glenn Greenwald and some others report on FBI.

Matt Taibbi and twitter files also showed how social media companies and gov’t work together.



jimmydoreisalefty ,

It seems like media is controlled by a small number of people, not sure if they have anything in common.

Where spreading certain types of news, while excluding other viewpoints (and trying to smear the rest), will help keep them in power…

Not sure though, haha…

jimmydoreisalefty ,

Yes, I agree.

May be I should have added “…” or made it more clear, that yes they do share things in common.

My fault on that end, thanks for pointing it out!

jimmydoreisalefty ,

Ah, another thing ro watch out for. Thanks for letting me know!

Remember 99% vs. 1% protests a while ago, they were pretty big.

Billionaires and wealthy class are the groups most people think about.

Working class vs. wealthy class

edit: wording and topic

jimmydoreisalefty ,

Oh, I remember seeing this a while back on the lemmy threads, thanks for the reminder!

Burner accounts for all! You get a burner and you get a burner and you as well!

jimmydoreisalefty ,


jimmydoreisalefty ,

Talking about being a pirate in the high seas.

Torrents and 3rd party sites, and such.

jimmydoreisalefty OP , (edited )

I did resolve the DNS issue I was having, but wording and post did not fit to original reason for post.

Thank you!

edit2: context

jimmydoreisalefty ,

Humans being humane dancers, all we can do is try.

The Killers - Human (Official Music Video)


jimmydoreisalefty ,

Seems like some people will learn more on how cars work so as to disable the features…

“Many car manufacturers are selling car owners’ data to advertisers as a revenue boosting tactic, according to earlier reporting by Recorded Future News. Automakers are exponentially increasing the number of sensors they place in their cars every year with little regulation of the practice.”


Random video that goes with above: Tesla faces possible lawsuit after allegations workers secretly shared images from car cameras www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTtRgq0WdLg [1:00]

jimmydoreisalefty ,

Thanks for sharing!

Looks like this is the norm now, Technofeudalism is here, goodbye capitalism.

Following the censorship over the years, looks similar to what happened with legacy media (main stream media).

Quote included in post:

“Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.” — C.S. Lewis

In short, the Internet opened the door to a much larger, more diverse, and more vibrant world than I would have otherwise been able to experience; and enabled me to be an active participant in, and contributor to, that world. All of this helped me to learn, and to grow into a more well-rounded person.

In recent years, it seems like the whole world has become more ornery. Maybe that has something to do with the pandemic, or with political disagreements. Whatever the reason, people have become faster to attack, and slower to recognize each other’s shared humanity. One aspect of this has been a constant barrage of attacks on communication services, Omegle included, based on the behavior of a malicious subset of users.

Fear can be a valuable tool, guiding us away from danger. However, fear can also be a mental cage that keeps us from all of the things that make life worth living. Individuals and families must be allowed to strike the right balance for themselves, based on their own unique circumstances and needs. A world of mandatory fear is a world ruled by fear – a dark place indeed.

Unfortunately, what is right doesn’t always prevail. As much as I wish circumstances were different, the stress and expense of this fight – coupled with the existing stress and expense of operating Omegle, and fighting its misuse – are simply too much. Operating Omegle is no longer sustainable, financially nor psychologically. Frankly, I don’t want to have a heart attack in my 30s.

jimmydoreisalefty ,

Everything spys on us, not just tiktok. Yes, steps can be taken to lessen the spying, but in the end of the day we are just self censoring ourselves from other platforms.

Social media is here to stay and the masses use it as a way to get information/entertainment.

Making burner accounts are a thing, share information that goes against the status quo, I think that is admirable.

Only way people are exposed to certain viewpoints is by joining that bubble and going against the narrative.

In the end this gets complicated for various reasons, what do y’all suppose is the best course of action to go against the status quo?

jimmydoreisalefty ,

edit: fix similarities typo

Awesome to see the similarities between: Newtonian Mechanics and Quantum mechanics

Coulomb’s law was essential to the development of the theory of electromagnetism and maybe even its starting point, as it allowed meaningful discussions of the amount of electric charge in a particle.

Here, ke is a constant, q1 and q2 are the quantit>ies of each charge, and the scalar r is the distance between the charges.

Being an inverse-square law, the law is similar to Isaac Newton’s inverse-square law of universal gravitation, but gravitational forces always make things attract, while electrostatic forces make charges attract or repel. Also, gravitational forces are much weaker than electrostatic forces. Coulomb’s law can be used to derive Gauss’s law, and vice versa. In the case of a single point charge at rest, the two laws are equivalent, expressing the same physical law in different ways. The law has been tested extensively, and observations have upheld the law on the scale from 10−16 m to 108 m.

jimmydoreisalefty ,

Oh, damn…

Rare for me to use, but sucks option is being removed.

I know embedded is an option, and other front ends.

What do y’all use in the rare chance you see a reddit source?

jimmydoreisalefty ,


I was thinking more like:


jimmydoreisalefty ,

Yes, that is becoming the norm, similar to websites that want adblock removed or signin popups.

Aside from lemmy what do you use for info. and other?

jimmydoreisalefty ,

A bit too cheesy for my taste, but gouda try!

jimmydoreisalefty ,
jimmydoreisalefty ,


The picture was shared on other social media sites, I did not see it mentioned in Lemmy or similar.

jimmydoreisalefty OP ,

Cones, you saaaaaayyyyyyyyy!?

I do not understand…hahahaha

jimmydoreisalefty OP ,

Been a while since I saw these posted, I forgot about it, thanks!

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