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ill stop obsessing over it when someone actually examines the leak and explains its contents to me in a way that isn't passive aggressive

besides, idk how yall aren't obsessing over it. its been a wild ride. you could be calling the house majority leaders personal cellphone literally right now if you wanted to. i did and he called me back but it forgeted me up to see him do that so i didnt pick up

The reality is, this will nolonger change or effect the election.

The media deliberately covered this up, but it's too late to make people aware for the presidential election.

Please, refocus on preparing for 2022. This helps no one. 

Y'all have your ketchup with or without ice?

Off Topic / Re: What Actually Happens If Soldier Disobeys an Order?
« on: September 22, 2021, 09:02:57 PM »

Teams have been autobalanced.

Off Topic / Re: Extremely touching news article
« on: September 22, 2021, 09:00:01 PM »

Off Topic / Re: ews border crCIA
« on: September 21, 2021, 01:29:20 PM »
there are two practical ways to immigrate to the US: family or a job. jobs that will sponsor non-seasonal visas are few and far between (and seasonal visas do not give you any chance of immigration), and family of course is a coin toss. mfs love to pretend that it's just a matter of saving up for a few months and filing some paperwork. that's cus yall don't read stuff. even most family visas take forever, around seven years if you're not the spouse, parent, or child of a US citizen, on top of costing you thousands of dollars, which is a much greater expense for most of the world than it is in america

Yeah, but its kinda like complaining that getting into harvard isnt accessible. Its not supposed to be.  But to be fair, we do have less capable and more unintellgieny people born american than migrated. But that may be because of our strict policies not in spite of them.

Still, crossing the border illegally can be a deadly trip. Only to end up on the other end a second class citizen.

It's really not good for anyone involved.

I understand wanting to come here, but many migrants pass through other safe nations relative to where they started.

We may not see them as safe because of our absurd comforts and security, but that does not mean those nations are hellholes. 

Certainly they have there issues, but if you say mexico has corruption of drug dealers and mobsters without acknowledging the us has corruption of petrol dealers and labor exploitation, you're not playing a fair hand.

US is great for the meaningfully wealthy. Upper middleclass and above. But illegal immigrants are going to be treated as second class citizens because they can be deported at a moments notice.

And if we were to lift restrictions we would see a downgrade in quality of life for everyone nationwide.

This is a stuff situation.  And the way i see it, greedy ancaps are trying to exploit cheap labor and the 'made in the usa' titles.

Off Topic / Re: DEBATES OF THE WEEK: Grape or Strawberry Jelly
« on: September 21, 2021, 10:03:30 AM »

you get 1.4 million osrs gold

i insert the soul of the ban the user above you forum game thread
You get banned for that post.

I insert a Broken CD. You can't quite make out the text but you're certain it's a trial CD for something.

Off Topic / Re: The Linux Thread | Useful tools inside.
« on: September 20, 2021, 09:30:46 AM »
Updated Thread.
A Whole GNU World

Let's get down to business, this is the list where I'll put useful and helpful Linux software.
I'll be avoiding cliche and usually garbage software like GIMP.

Krita - A Photoshop-like Image Editing tool. It has much less of a learning curve than GIMP.
Librewolf - A Fork of Firefox that removes telemetry among other security risks. Note: All login information is set not to be saved by default, and enabling it requires editing the config file. Browsing history is deleted by default on close and will not reopen when restarted. These are security features, but if you wish to disable them I'll have a guide section later in the thread.
MultiMC - An OpenSource Minecraft client with many features that the default vanilla cannot offer. Such as Isolated instances, Importing and Exporting instances from one MultiMC install to another, or between users. Modloaders can be installed via a setting option on each instance.
KeePass and KeePassX - A Multiplatform Password Manager, KeePass is available on most every platform relevant today, and some that are certainly not. Android, MacOS, Windows, Linux, and IOS. What this means is you can put your KeePass file on a usb storage device, and take it to multiple different software environments and have access to the same KeePass file.
Pakitheme - A Terminal based GTK Repackaging tool used to convert installed themes to Flatpak. If you're having issues with some pieces of software not following the system theme, it's possibly because it wasn't a flatpak install of the theme.
Atom - An open source text editor with a large community supporting it. Nearly anything you want is available to install as a plugin. And those are almost always open source too.
VLC Media Player - I know I said I was gonna avoid "cliches" but this one is an exception. VLC is a useful video playing and capture playback tool.
Virtual Machine Manager - An Open Source virtual machine software. If you still need some things from Windows, or you want to go Distro Hopping without erasing your main install, this is a great option.
LibreOffice - This is a great Office Alternative with file compatibility between MSOffice and LibreOffice. Just be warned, some formatting may be altered from exporting to a MSOffice file format, but otherwise the content will be the same.

Linux Distributions

Pop_OS! - Ubuntu Based, very stable and user friendly, great for beginners.

Mint - Ubuntu Based, stable, user friendly and great for everyone.

Manjaro - Arch Based, stability depends, user friendly, great for slightly advanced users.

Arch - Arch, stability is up to you, not user friendly but well documented, great for tinkerers.

Gentoo - Gentoo, stability = California's tectonic plates, not user friendly and documentation is hit or miss, great for masochists.

Off Topic / Re: whoops john cena called taiwan a country
« on: September 19, 2021, 12:24:25 AM »
Time to start learning Chinese.

Wtf? Went to get my vaccine today and the guy in front of me collapsed and started shaking and seizing. Bunch of men came from behind the counter and ushered us all out of the building
shoulda talked to his doctor

Off Topic / Re: forget adobe
« on: September 16, 2021, 01:56:19 PM »
ngl ever since I stopped hoisting the jolly roger I haven't had a crash.

It's seriously only a thing on Windows adobe.

Back when I was using CS6, and yes it was a legit copy, of Photoshop, Premiere and Dreamweaver, I had crashes.
And they were often just because it was running too long and i guess the garbage collection for the windows versions are stuff.

But for the Mac versions I've never had that happen.

Although for Modern Adobe products, crashes could end up being caused by the DRM which uses an integrated internet explorer.

Off Topic / Re: forget adobe
« on: September 16, 2021, 11:44:44 AM »

GIMP is over rated.

Even though it's advertised as a drawing tool, Krita is much better as a replacement for photoshop than gimp.

Off Topic / Re: forget adobe
« on: September 16, 2021, 11:25:06 AM »
not really but my dumbass found out i’ve been actually accidentally paying 15 bucks per month since december for adobe. i should’ve did inventory sooner. plus they charged me another 15 dollar cancellation fee???? forget them robbing my ass for like 135$

Come to the GNU side.

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