The US mobile landscape – terrible as it is! – is one of the few ways this country is better than Canada.
Just spent a couple hours researching wireless data plans, we have a new family member wants to get on, and continuing issues with data at the cabin. Left in a state of white-hot fury at the Canadian mobile oligopolies.
my new MetaFilter post http://mefi.us/w/181439 is about https://twitter.com/bombsfall/status/946391315146788864 , affirmational fandom, that song from "Commentary! The Musical" about dissecting narratives, "Cat Person", and tolerance for ambiguity
I’m already donating to @RAICESTEXAS@twitter.com and to the @ACLU@twitter.com. You should, too.
This? This is the America the alt-reich wants.
This is the first step on the road to Dachau. Don’t take a second.
IF YOU CARE ABOUT WHAT T@RAICESTEXAS@twitter.comG AT THE BOR@ACLU@twitter.comyou need to read and share this thread.
@jacobsoboroff @JuliaEAinsley please read this.
I have just gotten off t…
I know I’m late to the party, but this is fucking gold. https://www.mcsweeneys.net/articles/every-nimbys-speech-at-a-public-hearing
I am constantly looking for reflections of myself in MeFi threads about housework, both of my flaws and virtues. https://www.metafilter.com/181407/Want-to-be-a-male-ally-Clean-the-house
In fairness, “I’m a f*ckin’ doctor, not a f*ckin’ miracle worker” is comedy gold.
"Four to beam-the-f*ck up"
"F*ckin' A, Jim! I'm a f*ckin' doctor, not a f*ckin miracle worker"
"Make it f*ckin' so"
"...to boldly go where no f*uckers have gone before!"
There’s no question in my mind who I would choose for POTUS if I had a choice. https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2019/6/12/18652215/elizabeth-warren-interview-2020-democratic-primary-policies
Why do we call it Cyberpunk 2077 and not Neo, Liberal?
Why do we call it Cyberpunk 2077 and not Neonliberal?
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