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Mr PoopyButthole @lemm.ee
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Political Memes @lemmy.world Mr PoopyButthole @lemm.ee

Why would someone harm Great Leader?

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A little Diddy about Trump.Spotify release by July 17th 2024https://ghostbrainlive.comThis song is free to use, no charge, no royalties, by any entity campai...

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T Diddy Rule

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Political Memes @lemmy.world Mr PoopyButthole @lemm.ee

Happy America Day!!

m.youtube.com Judgement Day (Supreme Court Song)

Everything you need to know about the United States Supreme Court

Judgement Day (Supreme Court Song)
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Everybody needs a little tender love and care.

Hold Me

Been writing music a long time, and now I'm learning how to generate what I write with Ai. This community has inspired me.

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So I learned that gas can go bad, will be paying for that lesson
  • Yeah, this is one of the major plot holes in Zombie/Apocalypse movies.

    You always have scenes of people siphoning gas from abandoned cars years later and it just wouldn't work.

    Ready to use gasoline can't last a year, even when stored in ideal circumstances. Crude oil even has a shelf life of only so many years.

    It's one more reason everything's going electric. Much easier and safer to sort out electrical storage long term than gasoline.

  • It's been around a year since a lot of us quit Reddit, myself included. I'm happy with Lemmy, but I still feel a bit lost online since leaving the old site. Discussion?
  • I definitely miss old Reddit, but it's definitely dead now.

    Used to be my go-to scrolling every day. After they screwed 3rd party apps I found Lemmy and love it. There was an obscure open source Reddit app that used scraping that was still working so I'd been using Lemmy and Reddit about 50/50. Nice thing was the Reddit app kept me logged out with no engagement so I wasn't feeding the beast.

    The other day all those little scraping Reddit apps finally died. Just useless. So fuck em I guess. If I ever need a more real-time larger user base I can go on desktop for it, but there is no mobile Reddit option (including offical) that's even remotely usable now.

    Can't believe how much better the Lemmy experience is, even with its shortcomings. My only issue has been that the desktop web access feels rough. It also stinks not having the benefits of centralized storage. With Reddit I could bookmark anything and everything of interest in something like Raindrop.io and go see it any time months later. With Lemmy things often seem to be gone in days or weeks, or an instance will just be formatted horribly on desktop.

    Still more convenient than Reddit and I hope the dev efforts keep polishing things up! 👍