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Crumbgrabber @lemm.ee CRUMBGRABBER @lemm.ee

Florida man uses alligator to open can of beer

wcyb.com Video: Florida man uses alligator to open can of beer

'Florida Man is why America can never be defeated.'

Video: Florida man uses alligator to open can of beer

The most American post I can find

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Begging for all the Lemmy Audiophiles recommendations on computer speakers!
  • A friend of mine who owns a music studio recommended Edifiers to me, and they sound great. He was originally looking for a cheap temporary studio monitor and bought a pair and ended up liking them just as well as his expensive studio monitors. My wife and I have 3 pairs of them for 3 different computer systems and have been really happy with them.

  • Prospect of low-priced Chinese EVs reaching US from Mexico poses threat to automakers
  • I'm not an expert, but I think its totally possible to make a safe 20k EV, maybe even cheaper. We dont need supercomputer touch screen sell yer data super gps NSA track all civilians crap in there either. Just a simple goddamn daily driver.

  • Question: How to Calculate Just Pay for Work
  • TL;DR Impossible, you can't just split all the money among the employees.

    If you want to be fair in this you need to include all the expenses any business has and also reduce that by some multiple, no business can spend all it makes and survive for long.

    Businesses have the same risks and problems as people do, with ironically, additional problems and risks brought on by the people themselves, such as embezzlement and theft.

    You have to include or calculate for holding back profits to stay in the bank to get the company through a recession, natural disasters, or unforeseen circumstances on the downside, or to buy new production facilities and equipment on the upside.

    There is almost always debt service on real estate or existing equipment.

    There are lots of costs any business has and must provide for such as defending against frivolous lawsuits, patent trolls, and grifters, as well as the usual ones such as advertising, complying with government regulations, taxes.

    For retail and manufacturing, supplies and enough inventory takes up a lot of capital and also financing to make it work.

  • Dig a tunnel underneath the US to Peru and steal all the gold

    phys.org Illegal gold mining eats into Peruvian Amazon

    On the banks of the Madre de Dios river, dredges work day and night in search of gold, part of a scourge of illegal mining that is slowly devouring the Peruvian Amazon.

    Illegal gold mining eats into Peruvian Amazon
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    Build a tech bro AI based school jersey to see if people took their pills. Profit.

    www.eurekalert.org An AI-powered wearable system tracks the 3D movement of smart pills in the gut

    Scientists at the University of Southern California have developed an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered system to track tiny devices that monitor markers of disease in the gut. Devices using the novel system may help at-risk individuals monitor their gastrointestinal (GI) tract health at home, wi...

    An AI-powered wearable system tracks the 3D movement of smart pills in the gut

    An AI-powered wearable system tracks the 3D movement of smart pills in the gut

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    Until you eat your vegetables, they are just hopeful intentions

    Until you eat your vegetables, they are just hopeful intentions

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    Is Craigslist Dying?

    I went to Craigslist in my local area for the first time in awhile. I used to like “best of” Craigslist because some of them were great, there still are some, but its just not the same. A community I used to visit had about half the number of posts as I remember, and of jobs and things for sale, I would say roughly half the posts are just bottom feeding companies autoposting one post a day.

    Is Craigslist going to be another web 1.0 app that just dies off? Is it the same in your area?

    Craig himself is long since retired from doing stuff and they never seemed to be interested in working with other apps because most of them just scrape and don’t add value to CL, but the Fediverse can, if there was a filter for the spam. What do you think?

    #craigslist #fediverse #federation

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    Crumbgrabber @lemm.ee CRUMBGRABBER @lemm.ee

    Is Craigslist dying?

    I went to Craigslist in my local area for the first time in awhile. I used to like "best of" Craigslist because some of them were great, there still are some, but its just not the same. A community I used to visit had about half the number of posts as I remember, and of jobs and things for sale, I would say roughly half the posts are just bottom feeding companies autoposting one post a day.

    Is Craigslist going to be another web 1.0 app that just dies off? Is it the same in your area?

    Craig himself is long since retired from doing stuff and they never seemed to be interested in working with other apps because most of them just scrape and don't add value to CL, but the Fediverse can, if there was a filter for the spam. What do you think?

    #craigslist #fediverse #federation

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    Crumbgrabber @lemm.ee CRUMBGRABBER @lemm.ee

    Because I need them, that's why

    www.cbsnews.com Man, 71, arrested after LAPD finds nearly 3,000 boxes of stolen LEGO sets at his home

    The individual boxes have a retail value ranging from $20 to well over $1,000, police said.

    Man, 71, arrested after LAPD finds nearly 3,000 boxes of stolen LEGO sets at his home
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    New business plan-break into the museum, steal the T-Rex, add colored lights and Trumps voice using AI, and make doom predictions with it until the ransom is paid.

    phys.org Three boys found a T. rex fossil in North Dakota. Now a Denver museum works to fully reveal it

    Two young brothers and their cousin were wandering through a fossil-rich stretch of the North Dakota badlands when they made a discovery that left them "completely speechless": a T. rex bone poking out of the ground.

    Three boys found a T. rex fossil in North Dakota. Now a Denver museum works to fully reveal it

    cross-posted from: https://lemm.ee/post/33835948

    > New business plan-break into the museum, steal the T-rex, add colored lights and Trumps voice using AI, and make doom predictions with it until the ransom is paid. > cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/16184904 > > > Based on the size of the tibia, experts estimate the dino was 13 to 15 years old when it died and likely weighed around 3,500 pounds (1,587.57 kilograms)—about two-thirds of the size of a full-grown adult. > > > > Ultimately, a Black Hawk helicopter airlifted the plaster-clad mass to a waiting truck to drive it to the Denver museum. > > > > Lyson said more than 100 individual T. rex fossils have been unearthed, but many are fragmentary. It is unclear yet how complete this fossil is. So far, they know they have found a leg, hip, pelvis, a couple of tailbones and a good chunk of the skull. > > > > The public will get to watch crews chip away the rock, which the museum estimates will take about a year.

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    Crumbgrabber @lemm.ee CRUMBGRABBER @lemm.ee

    New business plan-break into the museum, steal the T-Rex, add colored lights and Trumps voice using AI, and make doom predictions with it until the ransom is paid.

    phys.org Three boys found a T. rex fossil in North Dakota. Now a Denver museum works to fully reveal it

    Two young brothers and their cousin were wandering through a fossil-rich stretch of the North Dakota badlands when they made a discovery that left them "completely speechless": a T. rex bone poking out of the ground.

    Three boys found a T. rex fossil in North Dakota. Now a Denver museum works to fully reveal it

    New business plan-break into the museum, steal the T-rex, add colored lights and Trumps voice using AI, and make doom predictions with it until the ransom is paid. cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/16184904

    > Based on the size of the tibia, experts estimate the dino was 13 to 15 years old when it died and likely weighed around 3,500 pounds (1,587.57 kilograms)—about two-thirds of the size of a full-grown adult. > > Ultimately, a Black Hawk helicopter airlifted the plaster-clad mass to a waiting truck to drive it to the Denver museum. > > Lyson said more than 100 individual T. rex fossils have been unearthed, but many are fragmentary. It is unclear yet how complete this fossil is. So far, they know they have found a leg, hip, pelvis, a couple of tailbones and a good chunk of the skull. > > The public will get to watch crews chip away the rock, which the museum estimates will take about a year.

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    Hack stock exchange, put all stocks at 99% discount, then profit.

    gizmodo.com Glitch at New York Stock Exchange Throws Markets Into Chaos

    Financial markets experienced the second technical glitch in less than a week on Monday morning. Premium stocks displayed prices at a 99 percent discount.

    Glitch at New York Stock Exchange Throws Markets Into Chaos
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    Crumbgrabber @lemm.ee CRUMBGRABBER @lemm.ee
    gizmodo.com Glitch at New York Stock Exchange Throws Markets Into Chaos

    Financial markets experienced the second technical glitch in less than a week on Monday morning. Premium stocks displayed prices at a 99 percent discount.

    Glitch at New York Stock Exchange Throws Markets Into Chaos
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    Get millions from the government earmarked for the poor, then spend it all fast and bribe the jurors.

    apnews.com Fraud trial juror reports getting bag of $120,000 and promise of more if she'll acquit

    A juror was dismissed from a multimillion-dollar fraud trial on Monday after reporting that a woman dropped a bag of $120,000 cash at her home over the weekend.

    Fraud trial juror reports getting bag of $120,000 and promise of more if she'll acquit

    I believe this is our best option.

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/22546942

    > A juror was dismissed Monday after reporting that a woman dropped a bag of $120,000 in cash at her home and offered her more money if she would vote to acquit seven people charged with stealing more than $40 million from a program meant to feed children during the pandemic. > > “This is completely beyond the pale,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Joseph Thompson said in court on Monday. “This is outrageous behavior. This is stuff that happens in mob movies.” > > These seven are the first of 70 defendants expected to go to trial in a conspiracy that cost taxpayers $250 million. Eighteen others have pleaded guilty, and authorities said they recovered about $50 million in one of the nation’s largest pandemic-related fraud cases. Prosecutors say just a fraction of the money went to feed low-income kids, while the rest was spent on luxury cars, jewelry, travel and property. > > During the trial that began in April, defense attorneys questioned the quality of the FBI’s investigation and suggested that this might be more of a case of record-keeping problems than fraud as these defendants sought to keep up with rapidly changing rules for the food aid program.

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    Crumbgrabber @lemm.ee CRUMBGRABBER @lemm.ee

    TIL Costco sells more than 100 million hot dogs a year, and congress is considering a bill that will limit people to only 3 per day.

    www.mashed.com What You Don't Know About Costco's $1 Hot Dog - Mashed

    Chances are that if you've ever set foot inside a Costco you've had the famous $1.50 hot dog and soda combo, but there's probably a lot you don't know about it.

    What You Don't Know About Costco's $1 Hot Dog - Mashed

    fake news, but sounds plausable.

    cross-posted from: https://lemmit.online/post/3096124

    > ##### This is an automated archive made by the Lemmit Bot. > The original was posted on /r/todayilearned by /u/TurnOffYourPC on 2024-06-04 16:50:14+00:00. >

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    We can do it. Together.

    cross-posted from: https://lemm.ee/post/33764179

    > https://lemm.ee/pictrs/image/83575b8b-3e18-4acf-af3a-7592ff847193.webp

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    Crumbgrabber @lemm.ee CRUMBGRABBER @lemm.ee

    We can do it. Together.

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    Content never really dies, it's just recycled to lower and lower tiers.

    Content never really dies, it's just recycled to lower and lower tiers.

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    Crumbgrabber @lemm.ee CRUMBGRABBER @lemm.ee

    Not my browser history

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    Crumbgrabber @lemm.ee CRUMBGRABBER @lemm.ee

    Crumbs now cost .93 apiece though

    cross-posted from: https://lemmit.online/post/3078262

    > ##### This is an automated archive made by the Lemmit Bot. > The original was posted on /r/interestingasfuck by /u/carbon_finance on 2024-06-02 16:22:18+00:00. >

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    Crumbgrabber @lemm.ee CRUMBGRABBER @lemm.ee

    Crumb rule

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