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Reverendender DominusOfMegadeus @sh.itjust.works
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Iceland issues license for 128 fin whales to be hunted this year
  • You...you think cows are an "artificially created species?"

  • Iceland issues license for 128 fin whales to be hunted this year
  • 5 per year. It's such a small percentage of 150, it's nbd.

  • Raspberry Pi becomes a public company
  • At faster growth rates each quarter!

  • Kevin Spacey Admits He Was ‘Too Handsy’ in Piers Morgan Sob Story
  • You can't figure out whether they consent until you grope them, and see how they respond! Did you not read the quote? I meant caress, not grope! Caress response determines consent!

    /s

  • Raspberry Pi becomes a public company
  • I had so many ideas for things we could use these for that completely revolutionize what is now a terrible user experience. No idea how to implement on these ideas, but it's a start I guess.

  • Raspberry Pi becomes a public company
  • Well, so much for that I guess

  • Does anyone know a way to ~~'whitelist'~~ allowlist certain email senders, so that the images load every time, without me having to click "load" every time?
  • No, I was putting it in quotes because I didn't think it was technically the correct term, but I will change it!

  • 31 years ago, Jurassic Park was released
  • It was a monumental achievement, and I have seen it more times than I can count. I read the book 3 times.

    Unpopular Opinion: It doesn't hold up as well as I would like, and I would be all about a remake that stayed true to the book.

  • Mistress of the Apes (1979)
  • I found a torrent on iDope. For science.

  • King Charles portrait turned into Wallace and Gromit character by animal activists
  • I think it's a terrific representation of the horrifically bloody history of the British Monarchy

  • Iceland issues license for 128 fin whales to be hunted this year
  • This is bullshit. Can I have a license to hunt and kill 128 U.S. politicians please? They're not as smart or empathetic as whales.

  • Paint a vintage bike or just ride it as is?
  • I have my father's old steel 10 speed from like the 60s. Are there any drawbacks to riding around on one of these vs something new?

  • Cleaning tips @lemmy.world DominusOfMegadeus @sh.itjust.works

    Has Anyone had experience or luck with cleaning the inside of a Breville toaster oven? BOV900BSS

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    Apple @sh.itjust.works DominusOfMegadeus @sh.itjust.works

    Does anyone know if there is a way to have my apple watch series 9 wake me up if my blood oxygen falls too low while I'm sleeping?

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    Ruthless (2023)

    A high school coach, whose teenage daughter was murdered, takes matters into his own hands by going after the men who kidnapped his student for their human trafficking operation.

    A 'late night' Hulu offering that caught my eye. With the usual 27 different production companies, I was far from optimistic. And yet, what a pleasant surprise! This is a gritty, delightful (though dark) revenge flick, complete with a really weird looking police detective (who winds up killing it!), AND a couple decent plot twists! (I checked the rules and nothing said recent movies are not allowed, and I strongly consider this one to be a B-Movie!)

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    Does anyone use a mail client other than Proton to access ProtonMail?

    I ask because not all emails will live update, they basically get imported and then that's it. What do you use, and why?

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    "What do you think, Cecil?"

    70's British sci-fi creature feature still. Midjourney

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    Home Improvement @lemmy.world DominusOfMegadeus @sh.itjust.works

    Faucet removal assistance - *SOLVED

    I am not familiar with this bronze colored nut that is holding my current Grohë Ladylux kitchen faucet to the counter. Does anyone know the best way to remove this? Thanks very much in advance!

    EDIT: I figured it out. You CANT unscrew the bronze colored piece from below. You have to Disassemble the upper part and then there's an internal threaded bit in the upper part that you have to unscrew. The guy in the video whips out some special tool that hasn't been seen or mentioned before in the video and uses it to unscrew the interior threads. I don't have that magical tool, so I just used pliers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRZ1QOinJsE

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    Ethical Consumerism @sh.itjust.works DominusOfMegadeus @sh.itjust.works
    www.nbcnews.com Report finds Nestlé adds sugars to baby food in low-income countries

    Experts say there can be long-term health consequences for babies and infants who consume too much sugar at a young age.

    Report finds Nestlé adds sugars to baby food in low-income countries

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/15047303

    > Report finds Nestlé adds sugars to baby food in low-income countries > > Experts say there can be long-term health consequences for babies and infants who consume too much sugar at a young age. > > In Switzerland, the label of Nestlé’s Cerelac baby cereal says it contains “no added sugar.” But in Senegal and South Africa, the same product has 6 grams of added sugar per serving, according to a recent Public Eye investigation. And in the Philippines, one serving of a version of the Cerelac cereal for babies 1 to 6 months old contains a whopping 7.3 grams of added sugar, the equivalent of almost two teaspoons.  > > This “double standard” for how Nestlé creates and markets its popular baby food brands around the world was alleged in a report from Public Eye, an independent nonpartisan Swiss-based investigative organization, and International Baby Food Action Network.  > > The groups allege that Nestlé adds sugars and honey to some of its baby cereal and formula in lower-income countries, while products sold in Europe and other countries are advertised with “no added sugars.” The disparities uncovered in the report, which was published in the BMJ in April, has raised alarms among global health experts.

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    Oaklands @sh.itjust.works DominusOfMegadeus @sh.itjust.works
    oaklandside.org Reading rivalry: Oakland students face off in OUSD’s first Battle of the Books

    6 OUSD elementary schools, plus two private schools, came together for a cross-community book club and competition.

    Reading rivalry: Oakland students face off in OUSD’s first Battle of the Books

    In Oakland, students from 14 schools participated in the Oakland Unified School District's inaugural "Battle of the Books" event. The competition aimed to promote literacy and teamwork by having teams of fourth and fifth graders answer detailed questions about ten pre-selected books. This challenge not only engaged students in reading but also encouraged a deeper comprehension of the texts, fostering a spirited and educational environment among the participants. For more details, you can read the full article here.

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    Garlic Butter Swordfish

    I took the picture before I remembered to put on the mustard sauce.

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    Then I regretted it because it was better without the sauce.

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    4KTV @lemmyonline.com DominusOfMegadeus @sh.itjust.works

    Did LG remove Airplay support from their TVs?

    I have a OLED77C2PUA and I no longer seem able to airplay to it from either my Mac or iOS devices

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