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Lemmy is a failed Reddit alternative
  • Meh, it works for me. I like it here more than reddit. Sorry that you haven't found your groove. It toom me a while of finding the right things to subscribe and right folks to follow before my feed felt fun and interesting. I use Lemmy as a jumping off point for rabbit holes that are interesting to me

  • You Don’t Need to Use Airplane Mode on Airplanes | Airplane mode hasn't been necessary for nearly 20 years, but the myth persists.
  • You should still set airplane mode when airborne for other reasons besides interference with the aircraft. For one, you'll save your battery. It takes a lot of "juice" for your device to search for cell towers that are likely out of reach. You may also want to avoid connecting to a tower outside where you have coverage. E.g. for a flight from Anchorage to Minneapolis, maybe you don't want to connect to Canadian cell towers and potentially receive charges in another country. Obviously this depends on your plan limits. But, yeah, it's not really about protecting the airplane, in most cases

  • What is the best way for a society to address adolescent autonomous agency, responsibility, and consent?
  • This reply is meant to generate discussion. It is not sarcasm or meant to be taken negatively at all:

    What is the purpose of any rules? Why have them? Is it possible to make a "perfect" rule or policy or public intervention whereby all affected persons are serviced fairly? Probably not. If you conclude we need rules, how do we balance their benefits with the disenfranchisement of some of the persons affected negatively?

    In your specific case, how do you make the rules minimize negative outcomes without excessively sacrificing the potential positive outcomes?

    I'm genuinely interested in your perspective from your age and place in time.

    These are good and valid questions. If you're passionate about them, you may consider studying political science and/or law in the future. One day, if you're still passionate about this topic, you may be in a position to change the rules.

  • New Years Eve Twins

    www.goodmorningamerica.com These twins were born on 2 different days and years

    Eve and Billy Humphrey welcomed fraternal twins on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.

    These twins were born on 2 different days and years
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    8 years and still meeting for Thanksgiving

    www.cbsnews.com 8 years ago a grandma accidentally texted a young man she didn't know about Thanksgiving. They've gone from strangers to family to business partners

    Wanda Dench accidentally texted Jamal Hinton in 2016, inviting him to Thanksgiving thinking he was a family member. They're not related, but he's been with her for the holiday ever since.

    8 years ago a grandma accidentally texted a young man she didn't know about Thanksgiving. They've gone from strangers to family to business partners

    8 years ago a grandma accidentally texted a young man she didn't know about Thanksgiving. They've gone from strangers to family to business partners

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    How do you justify continually using take out delivery services?
  • Travel for work all over and don't have a car or other reasonable transportation in random cities. It costs less for delivery than 2 taxi/Uber rides and I dont have to risk getting lost in a weird place I don't know. Hotel room service is not good in most places

  • Sometimes I miss it. It was good ride

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