DivineSoda

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  1. Nice 😅 .. being able to laugh and keep things light in the face of such a shit situation is super important. I'll play, here's another:
  2. Yes, if you just focus on those words taken out of context, it is wow. I'm saying we should be outraged at all pedophilia, but it's interesting how we care more about a musician on YouTube rather than the systemic issue of pedophilia in positions of significant power all over the world. Remember Epstein? He had a lot of friends in high places. You would think there would be more discussion around that, rather than this relatively insignificant YouTube character.
  3. I don't see this as a step in the right direction at all. But it's nothing new for social media platforms like Reddit. I'm all for removing hate speech. It's sounds fantastic on paper. The problem is, what is "hate speech" and who gets to decide that? You would think that's a simple answer. This is not about controlling hate speech. It's about control. They fear social and political dissidents the most. Remember, Reddit/Twitter/Facebook/Instagram/YouTube/Google/etc are not merely independent corporations. They are highly influenced and connected with government (this is publicly know, mainstream information). So there you have it. Another slippery slope we've created for ourselves. Pile em on.
  4. He's just a musician. More importantly, why are we not outraged by the pedophiles and sex offenders in our government and other positions of power?
  5. What does that mean to you?
  6. Yea it's called societal collapse/revolution I never said anything about liberatianism. That was a Ben Franklin quote yes, but I'm just referring to his words. I don't pretend to support anything else beyond just those words. Libertarianism is an ideology. All ideologies are inherently limited in their thinking and nuance. I'm not a fan of any ideology except for the one that says "all ideologies suck" lol.
  7. You can justify a whole lot of authoritarian shit under that same logic. It's about balance. The question is, have we become imbalanced? If you look at the road we've been going down since 9/11 (and arguably before), the answer is obvious. There is no end to these ever increasing measures we take in the name of safety and security. And once you take away a little freedom here and there, you'll never get it back. Extrapolate that, and you get a good look into the future we're heading toward (it's actually already here). "Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety." - Ben Franklin
  8. The messaging has been confusing as hell since the beginning. I think people should do their own research and make their own decisions. Don't worry so much about what others are doing.. it's just creating more stress, hate, division ♥️
  9. I tried working for them before I got my current job. They're based out of Colorado. No luck unfortunately : ( But I hear it's an amazing place to work!
  10. You think so? It's already pretty high. What about the other smaller crypto's?
  11. Careful using blanket terms like "anti-this" "anti-that". It puts people in easy to understand boxes and doesn't allow for nuance in thinking. For example, if I make the claim that the vaccine schedule for babies is way too aggressive (70+ shots in the first 2 years) before their immune system is even fully developed, I am now an anti-vaxxer. I'm a nut job in the eyes of the mainstream, case closed. See what I'm saying? We can be better than that. Remember at first they told you not to wear the mask? Like emphatically? And now it's yes to the mask? It's not that we are "learning more as we go". This is like basic medical knowledge. They don't work the way you think they do. You should listen to some doctors other than in the mainstream talk about this. There's even evidence that the moisture you create on the masks acts like a magnet for bacteria/viruses which you then carry around with you. These can easily then get into your own lungs through the sides of the mask or other people as you sneeze/cough/breathe. Way too much emphasis is being put on these masks. Do you notice how nobody's talking about how to actually strengthen your health/immune system? Diet, hydration, sunlight, exercise, sleep, stress/fear, supplements, deep breathing, etc? Why not? Why do we just focus on telling people what to do and complaining about those who don't follow the rules? To be fair to that first video, masks do reduce the oxygen intake (and make you recycle your CO2). I've heard a number of workers complain that they hate wearing them and it makes it harder for them to breathe. Thus wearing masks actually decreases your immune system strength. The U.S. numbers are terrible for many reasons which one could know if they dug a little deeper than surface news headlines.. none of which have to do with "hey, that guy isn't wearing his mask like he should!"
  12. Because the system wants chaos. With chaos comes opportunity for a new order. This is a deeper conversation than I can have here on these forums. But I agree with you, it's kinda messed up. But not to worry. There is a higher order at play that we cannot see so easily. Don't take all this political circus too seriously. Go inward and discover what really matters ❤️
  13. You can.. check out your Invision admin settings for content discovery -> search. It should be putting more weight on words appearing together rather than just either or. You can also bump up the weight it gives to words appearing in titles.
  14. @Leo Gura I've been meaning to suggest, the search function on these forums is not that effective. Do you think you can tweak the search settings? Searching this Law of One to find your old thread is a good test.