[-] phoneymouse@lemmy.world 4 points 20 hours ago

Blake Stone. Now that’s a name I haven’t heard in awhile

[-] phoneymouse@lemmy.world 4 points 22 hours ago

Honestly, your job doesn’t matter. Study the absolute hell out of leetcode and do mock interviews. Then, when you feel confident you’ll know you’re ready.

[-] phoneymouse@lemmy.world 5 points 22 hours ago

India, maybe stop kissing Russia’s ass

[-] phoneymouse@lemmy.world 9 points 1 day ago

Looks cool, and a major first letting players be Zelda

[-] phoneymouse@lemmy.world 2 points 2 days ago

Can’t they do that at the Capitol Hill Club?

[-] phoneymouse@lemmy.world 47 points 2 days ago

It’s not the speed that kills you, it’s the force?

[-] phoneymouse@lemmy.world 110 points 3 days ago* (last edited 3 days ago)

Yeah all the people bitching about gas prices are getting 8-12 mpg in these things, filling a 25 gallon tank once a week. A lot of these folks aren’t exactly rich either and the trucks are expensive. They’re paying a mortgage payment in monthly fuel, insurance, and loan expenses on these things.

If they could keep their egos in check, they’d save a lot of money.

[-] phoneymouse@lemmy.world 7 points 3 days ago

They had to give it a new name “antifa” in order to obscure who the bad guys truly are.

[-] phoneymouse@lemmy.world 1 points 3 days ago

I don’t think this is likely to happen. There are very wealthy zionists on wall st that will do unpredictable things if any company were to do something like this. In the case of university protests they had a private chat group with the city and state leaders, pressuring them to use the police against students. They’ve gotten multiple college presidents fired. I doubt any company wants to wade into this fight. There is zero upside for them. If anything, they’ll just end their donation matching if it becomes too political.

[-] phoneymouse@lemmy.world 1 points 3 days ago

They do not choose which non-profit to donate to, their employees do and they match. And it’s not just Apple, thousands of companies use Benevity and are also matching employee donations. It’s a pretty standard thing, so calling out Apple specifically is misleading. It sounds like in your view you’d rather that no company match any donations at all because you disagree with some of the 501c3s that exist.

[-] phoneymouse@lemmy.world 18 points 3 days ago

As a millennial I grew up a bit with MTV, but it was also not mine, if that makes sense. MTV is a Gen-X thing in my view.

[-] phoneymouse@lemmy.world 1 points 3 days ago* (last edited 3 days ago)

I don’t assume that. I’m just saying what is considered good is controversial and political some times, so companies trying to offer a generic matching program will find themselves stuck in the middle. This is a position they don’t want to be in because they’re likely to just piss off someone they don’t want to piss off on either side, when all they were trying to do was match donations, which was a business they got in to because they were trying to do some “good.” If it ends up attracting more negative attention than positive attention, they’ll just stop doing it. I mean who wants to give away money for free if it is just going to make people hate you?

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What annoys you? (lemmy.world)
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Anyone recently watch the docuseries American Conspiracy about The Octopus Murders on Netflix? Any theories on who killed Danny Casolaro or any interesting information on some of his connections? I had never heard of the case before but, my god it’s like a rabbit hole that pulls you in.


I’m always surprised by the quality of comments on Lemmy and the analysis provided, often by experts in their field. It gives a sense that the average Lemmy user is a lot smarter than the average member of the public.

Also, when it comes to politics, I think the average Lemmy user is pretty perceptive of what real power dynamics are at play and what interests society should be looking to promote.

It's been a pleasure to be on this platform with you all. Where do you all come from? And why is it so hard to find people like you in the real world?


There can be a lot of junk on Temu admittedly, but it’s kind of fun to find a few deals.

Found a pair of Leatherman Raptor shears ($99 USD) for $12

Also found a Benchmade Follow Up Fixed Blade ($120 USD) for $16

Bought a drone for $15. It’s not high quality, but it’s a drone, for $15. Fun to mess around and learn with.

Anyone else find some deals? Or, got another suggestion besides Temu?

All the essentials (lemmy.world)
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  • Otis Club 100
  • Titanium Tweezer
  • Air Island Metal Comb
  • Mr. Green Ultra Thin Nail Clipper
  • Elephant Wallet P Wallet
  • Fisher Space Pen
  • Leatherman Wave
  • Keysmart Vegan Leather AirTag Compact Keyholder
  • Olight I1R 2 Pro Eos
  • Stainless steel rattlesnake clip
  • iPhone 14 Pro
  • Apple Watch
  • AirPods Pro

My favorite part is the way my grooming kit and pen fit into my minimalist wallet. Always handy to have a nail clipper, comb, and pen in your back pocket taking up as little space as few credit cards.


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