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Bonesince1997 @lemmy.world

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Dislike Arrows and Comments swap

I see that the voting arrows and the comment section icons on the front page have swapped sides, maybe in a recent update. I'm using the mobile app of course. I don't know if this is the right spot to voice my complaint. I just think it was better the previous way, arrows on the right.

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www.theguardian.com YouTube’s video games are almost impossible to find – but once you do, you’ll wish you never looked | Dominik Diamond

After a labyrinth of menus as intuitive as dadaist poetry, players are rewarded with knockoffs of decades-old games too maliciously bad to have been designed by AI

YouTube’s video games are almost impossible to find – but once you do, you’ll wish you never looked | Dominik Diamond

> I assumed I would boot up the app and there would be a big red button saying GAMES … but no. I have to sign up to PREMIUM. Then find the YOUR PREMIUM BENEFITS section. Then find EXPERIMENTAL FEATURES and select TRY EXPERIMENTAL FEATURES. Then find the TRY GAMES ON YOUTUBE part therein and tap on TRY IT OUT.

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Backpack Hero - Launch Trailer - Nintendo Switch

Backpack Hero is the inventory management roguelike! Collect rare items, organize your bag, and vanquish your foes! It isn't just about what you carry, but how you organize items within your bag! Their placement has huge effects on their power! You can move items to increase their power! There's more to Backpack Hero than just organizing your backpack. You explore ancient dungeons, caves, swamps, and more! Don't get lost! When you aren't putting your life in danger, you will use the resources you have gathered to upgrade your town! By organizing the perfect town, you will restore the world of Orderia and rescue the animals who live there! Your progress in the overworld unlocks new content but it won't give you any unfair advantages on a trip into the dungeons.

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www.usatoday.com Missing Colorado hiker's dog found alive, waiting by owner's body after months in wilderness

Colorado hiker Rich Moore was found dead months after he was reported missing but his Jack Russell terrier, Finney, was alive, waiting by his side.

Missing Colorado hiker's dog found alive, waiting by owner's body after months in wilderness

> A Colorado hiker who was missing for months was found dead in late October, but his 14-year-old Jack Russell terrier was found alive and waiting by the hiker's side, according to reports from the area.

> A hunter came across the body of 71-year-old Rich Moore in the Lower Blanco drainage basin on Oct. 30, according to reporting by 9News in Colorado. And Moore's white Jack Russell terrier, Finney, was found alive nearby.

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www.theguardian.com ‘I’m more worried today than I was on January 6’: top conservative’s warning to America

Retired judge Michael Luttig is battling to stop a Trump victory – which he says would be ‘catastrophic for America’s democracy’

‘I’m more worried today than I was on January 6’: top conservative’s warning to America

> On the night of 4 January, Luttig received a call from old friend Richard Cullen, who was working as a lawyer for Pence. Cullen explained that John Eastman, who had previously clerked for Luttig, was making the claim that Pence had the constitutional authority to stop certification of the election results.

> Luttig told Cullen to advise Pence that this was flat wrong and further set out his views on Twitter: “The only responsibility and power of the Vice-President under the Constitution is to faithfully count the electoral college votes as they have been cast.”

> On January 6 a mob of Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol and demanded that Pence be hanged, leaving a trail of death, destruction and excrement, but the results got certified all the same.

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U.S. government agrees to settlement with migrant families separated at the border

The U.S. government has agreed to compensate thousands of migrant families who were forced apart at the southern border in 2017 and 2018 as part of the Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" policy.

The class-action settlement with the ACLU was filed Monday in federal court in San Diego. It's a milestone in the years-long battle over family separations.

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