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If this how stupid you are, I don't care about you either.

Considering that Hubski is okay with statements like "I don't trust white people" (made by racist user humanodon), you're in no position to call anyone racist. I've never made a racist statement, and I dare you to prove otherwise. If you can't, shut the fuck up, you hypocritical assholes.

That's exactly what ThatFanficGuy did.

I'm already being called a racist, a misogynist and a troll without any proof. Sure, add pedophile to the list.

People believe what they want, not what is true. I don't expect people to believe me, but I'm going to say it anyway: ThatFanficGuy is a pedophile.

Hey, I'm just playing by his rules. Slandering people is fun! :)

From now on, ThatFanficGuy is a pedophile and a rapist. I hope he likes how it sounds.

Eeeeh? Proof? What a silly concept. You don't need "proof" to say someone is a pedophile.

Grendel  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Some people worth following

I don't remember that exchange. Do you mind reminding me? Accusing someone of being racist is a serious offence.

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Fat people are fat. Crazy people are crazy. If you hear voices in your head or think you're actually a dragon, you have issues - mental issues. It's not judgemental to state a fact. The people who muted him for that reason also have issues, since they can't seem to deal with reality very well.

    The battery status API is currently supported in the Firefox, Opera and Chrome browsers, and was introduced by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C, the organisation that oversees the development of the web’s standards) in 2012, with the aim of helping websites conserve users’ energy. Ideally, a website or web-app can notice when the visitor has little battery power left, and switch to a low-power mode by disabling extraneous features to eke out the most usage.

Honestly, I'm quite paranoid myself and it probably wouldn't have occurred to me that such a nice little feature could pose a risk to the users' privacy... Let's see if and how the W3C responds to this.

Grendel  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Soylent 2.0: Use Less. Do More.

I'm curious, what makes you think most people will be willing to give up traditional food in favour of Soylent?

Welcome to Hubski :)

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