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CSS is being live edited by Mnemonic in Internet

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(⌐■_■) Well, well, well, Mister Anderson... A little too perceptive aren't we?

CSS is being live edited by Mnemonic in Internet

[–]Mnemonic[S] 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

<.< I just did and will be doing it more the coming days! Can you spot the matrix reference though? (No it's not the colors, also not the vote buttons they were already there, something new!)

Edit: just spotted something else to fix because of this comment :p

Edit Edit: Fixed already B-)

Russian man fined £365 for calling Putin ‘fantastical f***head’ in first use of new censorship law by useless_aether in censorship

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I was first thinking this all happened in the UK.

Too bad I can't find how the offense was done, dd he shout it somewhere? Did he tweet, facebooked or Instagrammed it?

I would guess a blog.

Is it possible to block/ignore all posts from one user? by roc in help

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See: https://saidit.net/s/SaidIt/comments/37r/welcome_to_saiditnet/

Saidit's sub 'subscribe' system is an opt-out system, rather than reddit and voat's opt-in systems. This means that when your account is created, you're automatically subscribed to all subs, then you can unsubscribe from the ones you don't want on your home page. If you'd rather do it the other way around, you can go to 'preferences' in the top right to see your user preferences, then select the option 'unsubscribe from all subs' and you can build your own sub subscription list from scratch. This opt-out system also means that when you create a sub, any new users to saidit will automatically be subscribed to your sub.

I don't think I've ever felt a true connection with another person. by Zombi in whatever

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How can I say I know anything about myself when I don't even know how to feel?

This is not how the body works. You can only know what you feel in the present, memories of the past and musings about some future are gone and imagined, reflecting on those doesn't give you feelings about the present you're in. 'Knowing how to feel' implies to me that you, if you knew that, would try to somehow enforce that feeling when you 'know' you have to feel this or that right now? That's even when you view it with the scientific knowledge of the brain as of now, impossible. (Else the cure for depression would be a simple "Just cheer up a bit more, if that doesn't help, cheer up more").

It all just gets so confusing and the deeper I think about myself and my wants/needs/thoughts/past actions the more "lost" I get.

If needs are the basic survival things, like eating, sleeping and a bit of washing then wants/thoughts/past actions (past actions are just thought about past events) are the same: thoughts.

Lost in thought is a funny expression because it's used so casually while it's all too real. Drowning out thoughts through activity, drugs or even self harm (aka other stimuli) isn't a real good way of combating the thoughts simply because you only force yourself to 'just stick to one' thought and that's still a thought.

To get to yourself is accepting the thoughts, but don't follow them. A meditation practice trick (one of many) is to visualize thoughts as boats on a vast ocean, just watch them go by, not engaging.

This isn't done quickly, but when it begins to work the calm it brings into your real life (when you're not meditating) makes it easier to engage ( or 'open up') with people, being confident in what you think and expressing it. But not in a way of ehmm, forced confidence, natural smooth confidence, because you know what and who you are beneath all those thoughts.

Anyway, for a better read I would recommend the easily readable and kinda humorous, not too serious book (also not religious) The Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are (It's a site from Hungary, but IIRC it's the whole book in pdf)

And here is a nice introduction and guided meditation from the same dude Alan Watts

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Thanks for this anamnesis.

After browsing this site for a few hours, here's some suggestions I think would help this site. by Infrastation in SaidIt

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2 pages to say "hi".

and explain the basics on how everything works and where to find certain things (such and the Terms and Content policy [which is still shorter than Apple's] ). It's all pretty neatly packed and you're always free to comment and/or ask questions about it in those threads. (Or even suggest a better text.)

I'm glad you've found what you needed and ehmm "Hi!"

I don't think I've ever felt a true connection with another person. by Zombi in whatever

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but again there isn't that "connection" with that sort of love, you know?

I don't and neither do you going from what you posted.

https://youtu.be/QxUS4lI-_i0 Tells it nicely: Love is just a word, what matters is the connection it implies. A big problem with 'love' (the word) is that it's used in overly dramatic ways in media (from movies to books) and that it's hard to comprehend what it's all about.

Love, or being in love, doesn't mean you think nor feel a certain way all the time with someone. It's about the connection you have with someone, how does it work (the connection) with you and the other person.

Hmm, the best way I heard of 'love' or this 'connection' being described is to see it as a verb. It's not something static, it's something at work and needs to be worked by all sides.

I don't feel like anybody in my life really knows me at all and I feel like I've been this way for so long that I am incapable of actually opening up to people.

Maybe, like maybe because i don't know, to open up you might need to know yourself a bit more. Helped me out.

Also: https://www.audiodharma.org/talks/?search=love the latest (as of now) "Love and the Weight of Suffering" is pretty cool.

What would you think to yourself if you somehow found out that white males and black females are given another vaccine than all the others? by Hirnsuppe in conspiracy

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I live in Europe.

I also did not mean you would find it out as a person injecting the vaccines, but rather as a person that is involved in the process of manufracturing those.

I would then ask myself how are they going to get those specific vaccines 'for white men only' and 'for black women only' delivered to the specified hosts. Or if I was less inquisitive I would assume something todo with Africa and special vaccines for mothers (bearing children) and the visiting usually white male doctors (who need different shots).

After browsing this site for a few hours, here's some suggestions I think would help this site. by Infrastation in SaidIt

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Also, too many words in welcome page. Like, it was a small book.

Copying it to a WYSIWYG text editor with the standard layout it's not even 2 pages long...

After browsing this site for a few hours, here's some suggestions I think would help this site. by Infrastation in SaidIt

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Go to preferences -> subscriptions and set 'unsubscribe from all subs' to yes and save.

As is explained here: https://saidit.net/s/SaidIt/comments/37r/welcome_to_saiditnet/ (see footer) more eloquently:

Saidit's sub 'subscribe' system is an opt-out system, rather than reddit and voat's opt-in systems. This means that when your account is created, you're automatically subscribed to all subs, then you can unsubscribe from the ones you don't want on your home page. If you'd rather do it the other way around, you can go to 'preferences' in the top right to see your user preferences, then select the option 'unsubscribe from all subs' and you can build your own sub subscription list from scratch. This opt-out system also means that when you create a sub, any new users to saidit will automatically be subscribed to your sub.

After browsing this site for a few hours, here's some suggestions I think would help this site. by Infrastation in SaidIt

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It does work that way, it acts like /Subscribed/new (that would be the old way to access it).

For the new demand: In the footer is a link to https://saidit.net/subs and https://saidit.net/subs/new/ is that list sorted on new.

After browsing this site for a few hours, here's some suggestions I think would help this site. by Infrastation in SaidIt

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I'd still like to ignore users and subs

You mean it's not working? Or don't you know that in preferences you can easily unsubscribe from all subs and than manually pick them out from https://saidit.net/subs/ . Or do I now misunderstand you?

After browsing this site for a few hours, here's some suggestions I think would help this site. by Infrastation in SaidIt

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Yes, /s/home is that way I think because of the chat.

Which remind me, to easily join the #home channel on chat (with your settings set to subscribed) you can also type:

/join #home

in chat and then switch channels via the channel menu.

Because every 48 hours chat gets purged and you are only in channels of subs you visit and well, I had it too, with this setting you never visit # or /s/home .

After browsing this site for a few hours, here's some suggestions I think would help this site. by Infrastation in SaidIt

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Issue one is fixed if you go to preferences->content options->home page and set it to subscribed.

After browsing this site for a few hours, here's some suggestions I think would help this site. by Infrastation in SaidIt

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Issue one is fixed if you go to preferences->content options->home page and set it to subscribed.