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MetallicBioMeat 5 points ago +5 / -0

Reparations as a service.

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MetallicBioMeat 3 points ago +3 / -0

Could we argue that games and most entertainment has a similar pattern of moving towards cheap? Or why is animation the one that stand out?

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MetallicBioMeat 4 points ago +4 / -0

Why is platformer the genre chosen? I think someone just want to find a new platformer to play. haha

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MetallicBioMeat 13 points ago +13 / -0

The story of all modern products, It does not need a internet connection, but we will require one anyway.

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MetallicBioMeat 8 points ago +8 / -0

The small gains of smart meters and so on could be gotten for the consumer by making them part of their own local system (aka their own home).

Edit: Regarding cars, if you must have it be able to adjusted from outside, also included a manual override.

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MetallicBioMeat 9 points ago +9 / -0

I'm getting more and more concerned that the level of delusional insanity we are seeing from even the politicians themselves is so astronomically high, it makes me think they are subjected to the same level of psychological operations from the intelligence community as Yoel Roth was.

There is none at the helm of the vessel, only old doctrine and cults.

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MetallicBioMeat 2 points ago +2 / -0

Not so fast INTELLECTUAL, You missed the step were these statistics were generated by a computer model created by an AI and validated by a blockchain.

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MetallicBioMeat 15 points ago +15 / -0

Good Job Officer, you have found the nazis that were hiding in steam. We will take it from here.

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MetallicBioMeat 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well, going around waving you rights is quite harmful, others might see it you know.

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MetallicBioMeat 7 points ago +7 / -0

I'd actually bet Australia is not actually very corrupt. I think they just breed authoritarianism. There's a problem with national holiday, universal voting: it means that there's basically no difficulty to overcome the voting process. If you think you might want to maybe kinda vote, the political parties will basically drag you in. This isn't a problem for Democracy itself, but it does mean that the inherent problems in Democracy are now guaranteed: people uninterested in actually benefiting their communities now get to be used as a force multiplier for specific interested parties to magnify their political power. That's the problem John Adams and Blackstone pointed out

It should be even worse, since there is a fine for not voting (I think)

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MetallicBioMeat 6 points ago +6 / -0

Well, I think it is a mixture of getting the message out (wiki articles) and thus it being pushed and that people no longer read as much, the medium of communication has become to listen and watch.

The fun thing is that this should soon become bot infested so we might get a market oversaturation so large that it crashes?

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MetallicBioMeat 8 points ago +8 / -0

Open AI already got all the components for that up and running. Just need to package them.

Edit, missed Speech output, so not all components.

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MetallicBioMeat 8 points ago +8 / -0

Hmm, It would be interesting to see how much corruption there is in the France, UK and Australia voting and then compare it with the American to see what the difference it makes, oh well.

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MetallicBioMeat 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yes and no, depends on how long this winter is and how much of industry it will shut down and credits it will break, which will lead to the perfect opportunity for more laws to break the public with, as you are aware they already want rations of energy and price caps.

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MetallicBioMeat 1 point ago +1 / -0

but I just dropped 4 figures on a car repair for my family friend because I can do that.

The conversion must have costed, unless I missed that the repair shop accept gold now.

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MetallicBioMeat 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yes and no, (depends on the nation of europe), The EU is all for Net Zero, this is old climate change agenda and Paris accord etc. And before the energy crisis it has been quite the heresy to question net zero in middle class and upper class (these has gained quite a lot on the corruption of the system), not sure about the lower class but then they are already beholden to the system. And now the politicians are most likely to blame that it was not them and they cannot do any changes since that would break contracts with the EU... or something (atleast that looks to be the game plan atm).

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MetallicBioMeat 1 point ago +2 / -1

Because so far your suggestion has been, The system is fucked, It cannot change, Join it and you might win the million (taxes not included).

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MetallicBioMeat 3 points ago +3 / -0

But your solution is not to prepare for battle but to join the system and go on landmine and hope it is a dud? I would like to see your receipt for your claims of helping anyone.

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