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[-] 0 points 13 hours ago

What are you absolutely Notting?

[-] -1 points 13 hours ago

Dogs aren't put down for their meat, so the discussion of the acceptability of putting dogs down is not based on their meat.

Thus, the point is about humans simply killing animals.

This isn't about the human imposed utility, it's about if it's fine for humans to decide what animals live and die. Humans don't need beef to live, there are other foods, so humans make a human centric choice to kill cows.

Since humans are deciding what, based purely on human wants, why would dogs be free of that assessment?

[-] 3 points 14 hours ago

Woah I think I just saw some neurons firing

[-] 3 points 14 hours ago

Displacement based on ethnicity and combat also counts

[-] 4 points 14 hours ago

I'm sure folks are just lending super helpful tidbits

[-] -2 points 15 hours ago

I bet more cows are killed in a year than all shelter dogs on earth.

So, for most folks, the "no death" argument is silly

[-] 3 points 15 hours ago

They should require a license to own and a reason to be bred

[-] 8 points 15 hours ago

A Chihuahua can be yeeted into the stratosphere by 99% of humanity. Not so for other breeds

[-] 3 points 16 hours ago

Got that billy gates up in ya

[-] 15 points 19 hours ago

It's shareholders vs shareholder. Leverage is derived by stake

[-] 5 points 1 day ago

Very cool. I'd like to see more of these... Multi image old school paintings. The mixed composition seems unique for the time

[-] 5 points 1 day ago

Do I have full phase and state control of that 1 ml of water, and can also move it around, magneto style? Do I always keep all 1ml in my control?

You could cause a lot of havoc with that

submitted 5 months ago by to c/

Just seems like everything is "this company did this to their employees" and less about "this novel messaging protocol offers these measured pros and cons." Or similar

And yes, I could post things, but I'm referring to what hits the top, 12h.

Can anyone rec communities with less of a biz and politics and wfh vs in-office vibe?

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