Mark Zuckerberg's plea for the billionaire class is deeply anti-democratic by Mnemonic in LateStageCapitalism

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Like it's using 'Cards Against Humanity' to formulate what to say about a given topic ლ(ಠ_ಠ ლ)

Saidit.net - New feature: Wider "MY SUBS" list by magnora7 in SaidIt

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I see what else you just changed while I was sleeping... and it's better on the eyes!

LIVE: Protests against jailing of Catalan independence leaders continue in Barcelona [new, today] by Mnemonic in Europe

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It goes way back before political parties were a thing, Spain just wants Catalonia, doesn't matter what party is ruling.

24/7 Alan Watts channel for keeping your mind open and relaxed by FormosaOolong in Meditation

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I've only read his 'The Book: On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are' and it was very accessible.

I really like his voice and mostly his black and white lectures before he got the beard. It is a good thing to keep in mind (and sobering) that he drank himself to death https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Watts#Death .

I just got a ban on "incels" sub by Snow in SaidIt

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As I said, it seems to me a grey area since you prefer to just post in another sub (calling them names) instead of engaging in the Original Thread. (that's what I call drama btw)

Are you going to ban me on your subs just because I had an opinion different with you?

No, why would you think that?

EDIT: What does your edit even mean? "Stop to quote out of context." I didn't quote anything there..

And I didn't "dragging discussion down the pyramid" on my complaining post.

That's where I think different then.

I just got a ban on "incels" sub by Snow in SaidIt

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How does your given definition differ from mine?

And you still haven't answered what rule they did break according to you...

I just got a ban on "incels" sub by Snow in SaidIt

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Yes, name calling: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Name_calling

just stop to being a drama.

You're the one making this all a drama, what rule did they break by banning you?

EDIT: name calling is even in the pyramid by name: https://saidit.net/static/PyramidDebate.jpg

I just got a ban on "incels" sub by Snow in SaidIt

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What rule did they break in your opinion by banning you? Seems to me this is a grey area because you went around their backs shit talking them in another sub instead of addressing your issues head on.

You did name call them: https://saidit.net/s/SaidIt/comments/15zs/the_sincels_sub_looks_stupid/

If someone comments something like "kys dummy Bengals are best idiot" then you have the option to ban them because it's not in good faith as per the pyramid of debate, despite being on topic.

I just got a ban on "incels" sub by Snow in SaidIt

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Going around posting shit about their sub while they did in fact answer you, seems like they aren't charmed by that kind of talking behind their backs.

I'm from a country with freedom of speech, but I won't be surprised if I'm not allowed into a bar when I go around town talking shit about the barkeeper behind his back.

Saidit.net - New feature: Wider "MY SUBS" list by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Hmm, yes, I might begin to use it!

People’s Vote march: from every corner of the land they came, to join a very British rebellion in the rain by Mnemonic in Europe

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clear outcomes

That's just the whole problem, not only with promises not being met. Scotland and N-Ireland voted to remain, the way they both are ignored with regards to input for a deal upsets them greatly to the point of maybe leaving. Combined with the 3 years this has been going on and now in 1-2 weeks some scraps were written down as a 'deal', the EU is very pleased with those terms and the people (both remain and leavers) are outraged (already for over 2 years) about the mess the parliament has made of this.

The /s/Incels sub looks stupid. by Snow in SaidIt

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You can check for new subs every day, minute, hour or whatever time interval you want here: https://saidit.net/subs/new/

People’s Vote march: from every corner of the land they came, to join a very British rebellion in the rain by Mnemonic in Europe

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You mean the first referendum that started this all?

Basically because the 'leavers' (in parliament) haven't in come up with a leave-plan/deal remotely close to what they promised +- 3 years ago and the people want to vote again because a nodeal is not what the leavers voted for. (also Scotland and N-Ireland voted respectively remain and are f*gged beyond recognition by the 'deal' BJ wants to have now).

The /s/Incels sub looks stupid. by Snow in SaidIt

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You can still sub everything except incel and that would solve your problem.

The /s/Incels sub looks stupid. by Snow in SaidIt

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Your previous could be explained in at least 2 ways as it's not well formed. Instead of choosing to answer normally to a question asking you to clarify what you mean, you choose the "joke on me" route.

Look no further as to why people stop engaging.

The /s/Incels sub looks stupid. by Snow in SaidIt

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Which one? Yours?

The /s/Incels sub looks stupid. by Snow in SaidIt

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Unsubscribe from that one sub

The /s/Incels sub looks stupid. by Snow in SaidIt

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They did explain it in a reply, at least their 'reasoning'. https://saidit.net/s/Incels/comments/12pw/why_fakecels_cucks_faggots_trannies_soyboys_and/1zun You even replied to it, not asking for clarification, just asking if the poster was thirsty... I mean, you didn't even try.

The /s/Incels sub looks stupid. by Snow in SaidIt

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Saidit.net - New features: Imgur upload button, change in subscription list for new users by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Can't say I'm not pleased about these decisions.

Does anyone use the "MY SUBS" dropdown menu in the top-left corner of saidit? by magnora7 in AskSaidIt

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Here you go: https://saidit.net/subs/mine/

Footer -> List of subs -> click 'my subs'

How CIA altered the ending of Orwell's 'Animal Farm' to project Communism as the sole tyrannic system by Mnemonic in books

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This clears up so much, everyone always talking about the bad pigs.. They themselves were the lazy movie watchers.

Mark Zuckerberg keeps lying about Facebook's origin story by Mnemonic in Internet

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Welcome to the desert of the real.

Does anyone use the "MY SUBS" dropdown menu in the top-left corner of saidit? by magnora7 in AskSaidIt

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Like most, I curated my list (and still check every week orso for new) when the 'subscription-home' option came into being.

Maybe (just maybe) it might have more merit if it was sorted on 'new posts' aka your subs with new posts came up top, but then still I doubt I (and only speaking for me) would use it.

Samsung: Anyone's thumbprint can unlock S10 phone by Mnemonic in TechSec

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Exactly, the thumbprint is easier to 'hack'/'crack' than any sufficient password.

Does anyone use the "MY SUBS" dropdown menu in the top-left corner of saidit? by magnora7 in AskSaidIt

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Nope, too much to be usefull.

EDIT: maybe if I get an 4K screen, but my 1366x768 not so much no.

Livestream Barcelona riots by Mnemonic in Europe

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No thanks needed, where they are needed is here: Thanks for this platform :D

Livestream Barcelona riots by Mnemonic in Europe

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In the US it's seems much harder, Catalonia is very small but a (semi) independent entity under the 'law' of Spain (kinda like the Dutch were). On foot some one can reach in one or two days any destination in Catalonia so it's easier to protest anything.

Hmm why it's all happening together is kinda like the 'suicide virus' once it's in the air and the message is 'we are not content' it can easily spread, everyone got something they are not content with. Like there are also a lot of small protests going around from since I was born, with the internet they all combine. A lot of twitter/facebook-ish clones are made by protestor groups and because everyone knows facebook the whole online revolution is a thing the public can handle.

A lot of disinfo is going around from both parties (although, not in Catalonia, that's just plain oppression and a political trail). It's very cyberpunk like, it's one big riot and every party that you can clearly label is wrong (again, Catalonia being an exception). The hooligan culture (from soccer) plays a big part too in Europe, they are banned from games, so they throw rocks at other events where there is police.

When the 'sport'-fans in the US join the protests it's going to be mayhem.

A song for the real revolution: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zm071U5p3Xw

Livestream Barcelona riots by Mnemonic in Europe

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Yeah it's pretty messed up, 9 years for organizing a referendum... some voices are "they used public money" Sure, okay, but not more than 1 million so I would be okay with their sentences if everybody (in government) were held to the same standards, but alas.

I bet there are coming UK riots no matter what (if any) deal is struck on Brexit, so many things/people are f*gged over by that.

TIL about the inspiration for "The green mile". by Mnemonic in TIL

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If you click the read more, from the imgur include ehmm.. wait, I'll just quote the read more, I admit it's hard to see in the embed and easily overlooked: [you're looking for the very last sentence]

George Stinney Jr. was the youngest person sentenced to death in the 20th century in the United States.

He was only 14 when he was executed by electric chair.

During his trial, until the day of his execution, he always carried a bible in his hands, claiming for innocence. He was accused of killing two white girls, Betty of 11 years old and Mary of 7, the bodies were found near the house where the teenager resided with his parents. At that time all the jurors were white. The trial lasted only 2 hours and the sentence was handed down 10 minutes later. The child's parents were threatened and prevented from giving him gifts in the courtroom and then expelling them from that city.

Before the execution, George spent 81 days without being able to see his parents. He was trapped in a solitary cell, 80 km from his city. He was heard alone without the presence of his parents or a lawyer. He was electrocuted with 5,380 volts in the head.

70 years later, his innocence was finally proven by a judge in South Carolina. The beam with which the two girls were killed, weighed more than 19.07 kilograms. Therefore, it was impossible for Stinney to be able to lift it, let alone be able to hit hard enough to kill the two girls. The child was innocent, someone put everything together to blame him just for being black.

Stephen King was inspired by this case to write his book The Green Mile, which was taken to theaters in 1999.

'Panama Papers' law firm sues Netflix over film based on scandal by Mnemonic in Movies

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Could be why it has made it to the media, though I don't think the suing was done for publicity. Like I can see Netflix making a call to the press: "You know what just happened?" and i would even be surprised if they didn't.

Dark web child porn bust leads to 338 arrests worldwide by Mnemonic in WorldNews

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Ah :p Yes, well, then I guess so too.

Dark web child porn bust leads to 338 arrests worldwide by Mnemonic in WorldNews

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A mixer (I called it scrambler) just makes it 'difficult', they use the marketing term 'anonymous' to lure money for peeps.

Though I wouldn't share your guess.

Dark web child porn bust leads to 338 arrests worldwide by Mnemonic in WorldNews

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Crypto is the opposite of anonymous, the blockchain is all transactions ever done. You can make it difficult to trace but to be reasonably secure you need mule-systems, just scrambling doesn't even bother the IRS if they caught a hint of suspicion.

Deep learning algorithms on the blockchain poop out suspicious 'flows' and the interesting ones get a follow up by [insert interested parties]. I won't be surprised if criminals use the transactions to seek out underling who to rob, as the xkcd goes, any encryption (from a BCwallet) can be broken with a $5 wrench [And that encryption has nothing to do with being anonymous/untraceable].

Though in this case they got the link to the darkwebsite via a convicted peadopile's computer and so got on the bitcoin payment trail etc.

How Facebook shot themselves in the foot in their Elizabeth Warren spat by Mnemonic in Internet

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Would have been something else if Facebook reacted with that clip :p

But it's about facebook who censors people but makes an exception (in their rules) for politicians and when Warren (who thinks Trump lied in that ad) had a fit about it they went claiming all sorts of things.

Manchester University students attempt to block plans for Gandhi statue 'because he's racist' by Chipit in news

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So you're either 8 or you're setting a bad example by sticking around?

My account is 2 weeks old. So its time to get it banned. by WebcomicAddiction in SaidIt

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As moderator you can make posts 'an announcement', go to one so that you can comment on it, if you're a moderator you will see this option in the grey little area on the right side of the options to sort comments.

How Facebook shot themselves in the foot in their Elizabeth Warren spat by Mnemonic in Internet

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The advert with lies was, according to the article (it has links to other articles, check "advertising campaign" in the first paragraph, leading you here: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/08/technology/facebook-trump-biden-ad.html):

The 30-second video ad released by the Trump campaign last week is grainy, and the narrator’s voice is foreboding. Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., it says, offered Ukraine $1 billion in aid if the country pushed out the man investigating a company tied to Mr. Biden’s son.

Though this article focuses on the fact that Facebook did:

Facebook took the highly unusual step of tweeting a public response to Warren by name, comparing itself to a local broadcaster who is required by law to carry political ads, and even citing Federal Communications Commission rules as a rationale.

Hong Kong protesters engage in racist abuse against LeBron James and the Afro-American community. by Chipit in news

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It certainly is a fitting punishment

No, not everyone in Hong Kong is a racist and I don't wish living in a dictatorship upon anyone.

Thus it must be returned, and that's exactly what's happening right now.

It's not being returned, their special status is still maintained. 150 years ago China wasn't what it is today, Hong Kong is right to want independence.

If racism is the big gripe, why not support Hong Kong Independence as a punishment towards China for being racist?

Hong Kong protesters engage in racist abuse against LeBron James and the Afro-American community. by Chipit in news

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Because some protestors are racist you want to condemn the whole to Chinese Dictatorship?

The rhetoric that Hong Kong is racially Chinese and therefor belongs to China is racist.

Why These Social Networks Failed So Badly by Mnemonic in Internet

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inb4 "these didn't receive CIA backing"

Government scraps online 'porn block' plans after law hits kinks by Mnemonic in Internet

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Great pun of a headline.

Hong Kong protesters engage in racist abuse against LeBron James and the Afro-American community. by Chipit in news

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Thanks for providing the source, that places it all a bit more into context than just a random screenshot.

Hong Kongers are Chinese, genius.

If you know anything about the protests you would know what I meant, but I'll elaborate:

That's China-talk: The status of Hong Kong is complex. Beijing is responsible for appointing the Chief Executive of Hong Kong. However, Hong Kong acts like an independent country in many ways. The protest began over an extradition law from Hong Kong to China. (Here you can read the 'mini-constitution' created as part of 'The Hong Kong Handover' in 1997: https://www.basiclaw.gov.hk/en/basiclawtext/images/basiclaw_full_text_en.pdf)

The fact that at least some protestors are angry with his comments is obvious: https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nba/2019/10/15/lebron-james-no-longer-king-james-for-hong-kong-protesters/40321229/

James stressed that he did not consider Morey to be "misinformed" about his understanding of the Hong Kong protests. Instead, James believed Morey remained "misinformed" on how China would react to his tweet. James reiterated that message in a pair of tweets shortly after speaking to reporters.

Hong Kong protesters engage in racist abuse against LeBron James and the Afro-American community. by Chipit in news

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How do we know they are Hong Kong protestors and not Chinese trying to make them look bad?

Euroteam Feat A. Gordon - Rasputin by dabrepus in music

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Ha, didn't know this version yet, thanks!

Guess which child said her childhood was stolen by Chipit in memes

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Getting mad about a 16-year old girl for being white, that will teach ehm!

It's detrimental if you agree with her message but only because she's white (not blonde though) not.

It doesn't upset me, it does add up in my view of America, never encountered it in an interactive form.

Guess which child said her childhood was stolen by Chipit in memes

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How's that an answer, we were talking about Greta and the UN and how it seemed to look like to me that you were saying that you only dislike Greta because the color of her skin... And now some CNN (American) bullshit is thrown in.

Maybe I should have been more clear: If she was a different skin color would YOU have liked her message?

Also how is she blonde? Are we even talking about the same person?

Guess which child said her childhood was stolen by Chipit in memes

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She spoke at the UN because the UN invited her, maybe gear your anger towards the UN for giving her the stage, or towards the (mass)media for how it's all being handled.

You whites

? Are you trying to address me?

So are you saying that if Greta had a different skin color, you would like her message?

Guess which child said her childhood was stolen by Chipit in memes

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That's basically what Greta is/was saying, she's lecturing the western world leaders.

It's even present in the above quote:

Because that future was sold so that a small number of people could make unimaginable amounts of money.

Facebook to Pay $40M Under Proposed Settlement in Video Metrics Suit by Mnemonic in Internet

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Well it's just a few advertisers that are doing this, not 'everyone'. But yes even the $100-200 M that potentially coul be given as sentence was this not being settled is not much for FB, but may make a president for others to sue too.

Guess which child said her childhood was stolen by Chipit in memes

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Not Greta, she said her future was stolen:

Now we probably don’t even have a future any more.

Because that future was sold so that a small number of people could make unimaginable amounts of money. It was stolen from us every time you said that the sky was the limit, and that you only live once.

So which one?

"Nothing is True, Everything is Permitted" (More inside) by Vigte in quotes

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Probably because the people who believe that is what it means, are the loudest/most noticed - rather than wiser, older members.

In this case I do blame the Church, TV-evangelism and weird outsiders that read the text and go "If I could do anything I would eat babies and rape children... so these people must be doing that!" for that misunderstanding, Crowley's world-tour didn't help either.

"Nothing is True, Everything is Permitted" (More inside) by Vigte in quotes

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"Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law" is Thelema, not something needed nor prescribed for being a Luciferian (unless, as many a case on saidit, Luciferianism is just slang for some 'big baddies inc.' used by TV-evangelists).

This phrase is also often misunderstood as saying "lol you can do anything" for some weird reason. The phrase is clear even without context: What you do is your own made law, the only law you adhere to. This contrarily to false/popular belief means a great burden is given to you by this knowledge, you can't blame anyone nor anything but yourself, how you live is what you are.

The text from the video is more akin to Gnostic believes (I played through AC 1 and saw the 'secret'-movie clips from 2) and the world of illusion theme and the self-reliance (truth comes from within, no-one can tell you the truth, just allude to it or lie [both un- and intentionally]).

but it is powerful - and can be understood as the motivation for certain actions that appear unthinkable.

Yes, voluntary work to help the ones in need has been a rather 'unthinkable' thing to do for many people since time began. Since it's often thought that thinking about yourself is wrong, not many realize from within that 'charity' shouldn't be a word, just a part of the cycle we can life and to realize that you do need to think about yourself.

The written law is made by reason, not the divine; Jesus would be proud and the Church buttmad.

And the last part : Our creed commands us not to be free (aka lawless egde lords) but WISE.

The more you know!

Archer Season 1 Funniest moments by hennaojisan in whatever

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Frisky Dingo /u/hennaojisan you might also want to check this series out.

The "hot" algorithm has been sped up by d3rr in SaidIt

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Got to: preferences -> content options -> home page and set this to 'subscribed'

Is There Any Way To Transfer A Downloaded Adaptation of Ace Attorney Investigations 2 For A Computer To The DSi For Newbies? by CompleteDoubterII in Gaming

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This card (should) work: https://www.nds-card.com/ProShow.asp?ProID=145

I just haven't ever done it on a Dsi.

For how it works (I have an TTyy card for the Ds, same same, different brand), just follow the instructions and drop the .nds file on the card.

I've successfully played a modded FFIV version (English text but Japanese audio) this way, so if this card works on a Dsi it should be just as easy.

Most Americans don’t have a clue what https:// means by Mnemonic in Internet

[–]Mnemonic[S] 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

What has sexual assault have to do with this:

Triggering is a set of PTSD-like symptoms that arise when Leftists encounter contrary opinions.

Your words, but all of a sudden you take it to the 'sexual assault level'. You're really shifting the goal-posts here buddy.

You know full well about the 'triggered' meme , yet you choose to drag in another off-topic thing; sexual assault...

Go talk to some sexual assault survivors and get back to us.

I seem to be talking with one butthurt fellow already, are you alright mate? Dragging in 'sexual assault survivors' just to fail to prove you are totally not triggered, pfiew. . How can you think that dragging in sexual assault survivors makes you seem less triggered?

Saidit now refuses tor connections by lil_peter in news

[–]Mnemonic 3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

proxy server refusing connections.

I need more details, what is the setup? aka:

  • Do you use the tor-browser?

  • Do you use just TOR and then a browser, what browser?

  • Do you have special proxy settings enabled?

  • What OS are you using?

  • when this happens, can you access a normal site like startpage or whatever?

I'm off to sleep

Saidit now refuses tor connections by lil_peter in news

[–]Mnemonic 3 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 0 fun4 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

"what" doesn't work?

Time out error? a TOR related error? What setup are you using? etc.

Saidit now refuses tor connections by lil_peter in news

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

It doesn't for me, what is your problem exactly? [also imma gonna sleep so a response might take +- 12 hours]

The "hot" algorithm has been sped up by d3rr in SaidIt

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How to exclude my future sub from automatically being subscribed to by new users? by Pyramids in SaidIt

[–]Mnemonic 4 insightful - 2 fun4 insightful - 1 fun5 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

/u/Pyramids So to sum it up:

  • a sub marked NSFW/over 18 does what you want: No new accounts are subscribed to it while still being 'public'. This option is found in subsettings which will become apparant when you create one.

  • making your sub private also, but this means you have to invite peeps, not really what you want.

  • a restricted sub gets auto subscribed (unless the NSFW/over 18 option is enabled)

  • the option I said above does still makes new acounts auto-sub, your sub contributions just doesn't show up in /s/all

How to exclude my future sub from automatically being subscribed to by new users? by Pyramids in SaidIt

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

and 'restricted' also counts as public?