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JeffreyOrange @lemmy.world
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  • Lol this would actually be legal in germany. If you are severely disabled you can get a prescription prostitute paid for by your healthcare provider. Makes sense if you ask me, everyone need some human connection.

  • Anyone else who used to be on Reddit in the early 2010s remember how it used to be a Wild West?
  • I don't think Moderation as a concept is wrong. I also filed an appeal, so i'll see what they say after taking a closer look. But I sense a huge problem of people not being able to understand any nuances in this topic. So they just leave the whole thing for the extreme right as their talking point.

  • Anyone else who used to be on Reddit in the early 2010s remember how it used to be a Wild West?
  • How would you solve problems pertaining to immigration when you can't talk about experiences. There is actually a large problem of parallel societies in germany that has been rampant for decades because no one wants to talk about it. I mean like people doing what I talked about in my comments or not learning the countrys language in decades and having no contact to native germans. I my comment I was actually talking about people who were born here and their familys lived here for generations. In western europe in general it's driving people to the extreme right, because no one dares talk about it in a normal and legitimate way. Censorship only makes these problems worse. There needs to be a way to talk about this topic with some nuance, not just blatant hate rhetoric.

  • rule (reminder don't take dietary advice from internet strangers)
  • In my personal experience people judge it to be more like 25-100%. But I stand by 200kcal being nothing. It's not a make it or break it kind of difference. 200kcal more doesn't make someone obese or even fat. If you over eat by 200kcal a day it will take a long time to get fat and you will have years to intervene with a slight change that will fix it. And that would only be in the most extreme case. For most people we are talking about much less than 200kcal. If you have actually only a differnce of let's say 50kcal from the median and cite that as a reason for being over or underweight it's just wrong. But I have seen people use it as a reason so many times.

  • Anyone else who used to be on Reddit in the early 2010s remember how it used to be a Wild West?
  • I think that should be decided by the readers of the comment not by reddit. Unless I actually incite hate or violence. Or maybe if I had a history of leaving comments like that. But it was the first time I talked about it. Or if my account was new or a bot. I don't like to assume the worst about people just because they criticise something adjacent to a controversial topic. That's how problems get swept under the rug and never solved.

  • rule (reminder don't take dietary advice from internet strangers)
  • https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15534426/

    "In humans, the coefficient of variation in the components of total daily energy expenditure is around 5-8% for resting metabolic rate."

    That is nothing. That means the most extreme examples of this would be 200-300kcal. It's often just used as an excuse for a bad diet. And people believing in this myth is hindering them in making informed decisions.