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“Robot and Frank” (It’s free)

Released in 2012 yet still feeling like a 2021 movie, Robot and Frank surely hit all the right angles. From emotional pull to outright standard behavior of a "robot." Poor Frank couldn't be trusted in good faith by his community due to his shoplifting habits, but his latest gift (the robot) will soon make things interesting. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_EHfppp8PE Available for free: YouTube Pluto TV Tubi https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1990314/...

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Tai Lopez caught up: “Curb Your Self-Help Guru”

Posted from a chatter. I called Tai a fancy talker. Full debate below. Capitalization Rate = Net Operating Income / Current Market Value -- Investopedia https://youtu.be/R_nZN_15jBo The speculation around Tai Lopez It's already been rumored and Internet researchers (for lack of a better term) have allegedly exposed Tai Lopez in the past. "The cars he claims to own are leased," or simply not his. The house is not his either, etc. Here's a breakdown video: 00:54 Specific video production as in Here in My Garage lamborghini 04:18 The mechanism is done like when he mentions his mentors 05:14 Tai Lopez anticipates where the viewers' mind is at 05:42 Tai Lopez utilizes a real disqualifier in his products 07:24 Tai Lopez repeats the call to action multiple times https://www.youtu

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A West Virginia area Shelter-in-place lifted: Chemical Plant Explosion

KANAWHA COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- A shelter-in-place order has been lifted, nearly four and a half hours after an explosion at the Chemours plant along W. Dupont Ave. in Belle. The shelter in place was lifted about 2:30 Wednesday morning. Rt. 60 has reopened between Campbells Creek and the Chelyan Bridge. Kanawha County Commission President Kent Carper said three people were transported to the hospital, while a fourth person took himself to seek treatment. Two of the people transported were from inside the plant. The extent of their injuries is unknown at this time. -- WSAZ Seems this neck of the woods is plagued with tragedy. Here's another incident: (2014) WV Gov. Declares State Of Emergency For Nine Counties After Chemical Leak According to a news release, the leak happened at F...

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Hack, hack, hack: HACK THE PLANET!

Article via chatter in #development. https://techcrunch.com/2020/11/29/supreme-court-van-buren-hacking/ “If there are potential criminal (and civil) consequences for violating a computerized system’s usage policy, that would empower the owners of such systems to prohibit bona fide security research and to silence researchers from disclosing any vulnerabilities they find in those systems,” said Pfefferkorn. “Even inadvertently coloring outside the lines of a set of bug bounty rules could expose a researcher to liability.” -- Tech Crunch I'm slightly confused at how it got this far. Mainly because I guess I - and - others I know have ignored it and the companies welcoming it have ignored it. I suppose this is the beauty of US "hacking" laws and what companies and individuals can agree on.

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Washington Post: In a possible first, San Francisco charges an officer with homicide over fatal on-duty shooting

Source: https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2020/11/24/san-francisco-police-homicide-charge/ By Paulina Villegas November 24, 2020 at 5:12 p.m. EST A former police officer was charged with manslaughter by the San Francisco district attorney’s office Monday, three years after he fatally shot Kita O’Neil during an alleged carjacking incident.   District Attorney Chesa Boudin announced that his office had filed homicide charges against former San Francisco Police Department officer Christopher Samayoa, a decision that appears to be the city’s first homicide prosecution against a law enforcement officer who has killed someone while on duty.   Samayoa faces charges of voluntary manslaughter, involuntary manslaughter, assault with a semiautomatic wea

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No, really: “What NO ONE is Saying About The Lockdowns”

Despite your opinions on COVID itself, it is real, but the results of lockdowns and business shutdowns are going to get more real if these "lockdowns" aren't handled a bit more appropriately. Businesses are clearly allowed to reject would-be patrons for not wearing masks, but remember you could be rejecting someone with medical issues (and I don't wanna hear "have someone go out for them," because I've already disputed this), and making it extremely difficult for them to do what they need to do or help others. Those same businesses may eventually have to face terrible consequences later for these rejections. Telling businesses--correction: threatening to terminate business licenses is nothing less than extortion and complete martial law at its finest and all busines...

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Found on Twitter: “Nazi See” (Twitter taking on government)

Captured from Twitter. https://twitter.com/Jquip3/status/1331772851116937218 More important to note Twitter is now directly taking on the tweets of government officials. What's important to note here is that Twitter of all "organizations" is making a clear stance in not giving two shits who fails to meet their standards. This is an very important to note: People want to object the government in certain ways, but rarely do (in public...?) People (sometimes including myself) say government officials (including POTUS) shouldn't be silenced on "social" platforms Except these social platforms are privately owned, e.g., you're stepping into their house People are proactively opposing Twitter and Facebook's stance on banning government officials, leading to sometimes

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