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What if Tesla cars aren't self driving, but are secretly remotely controlled
by cheap Indian employees?
-[deleted], Jul 2016

Confession: I don't hate software 

Most of software is fine, really. Some of it is truly delightful — and I tend to pick that kind of software whenever I have a choice.

Some is just bad, that much's true, but a) I'm fortunate enough to not have to use most of it, b) it's not all *that* bad 🙂

@lain one time my truck was stolen. the police recovered it and a few weeks later i was driving around late at night. Even though they were the ones to recovered it they didn't report it had been found. I got pulled over by 9 cop cars and had about 10 guns drawn on me. I thought i was going to get shot for sure. The most difficult part of the whole ordeal was complying to multiple officers shouting at me at the same time. Even though i complied the whole time I still got thrown to the ground and held down for about 5 min with a knee on my neck while they search my truck. It is the closest i've come to getting murdered.

My sister in law had a car accident. She was hit by old guy who ignored red light. It showed that his son is a policeman, so we are preparing for lots of lying, crooked denunciation and disappearing evidence.

There is now a Mastodon instance for publishing scientists: FediScience.

Everyone is welcome from PhD student to professor, as well as researchers from outside of academia. You are welcome to stay afterwards, but it is also easy to change to another server.

There will be a lot of science talk on this server, but there is no need to only talk science

fediscience.org/invite/j6X8z7q

Boosts are appreciated to let others know about this new instance.

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Here's another one, but from The Intercept:

"In reality, political correctness, or cancel culture, or whatever it’s called, is not a phenomenon of the left, right, or center. It’s a phenomenon of human nature. All humanity’s infinite tribes are prone to groupthink and punishing heretics. That’s why the principle of free thought has to be defended: It is, unfortunately, a weird and unnatural fit for humans."

theintercept.com/2020/07/18/po

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Journey to the savage planet is finally beaten both main game and DLC 100%. It was really good.

I hate the boss fight in the hot garbage dlc of journey to the savage planet. I really do. It's much harder than the boss fight in the main game.

Před malou chvílí ve vysílání @CT24zive@twitter.com: „…musí nastoupit do dobrovolné karantény.“
Tak nevím, *musí*, nebo *dobrovolné*? 🤔

Why all restaurants in a walking distance have broccoli soup today? Is it some kind of conspiracy?

Wow, has fastest lap in both races. I hope this is the new trend.

So how will this fiasco with Watch Dogs 2 giveaway for watching their conference end up?

Police asked 17000 companies about it. I quite pity them that they have to process so many answers.

Our company got some fraud mail in May that we should pay for some register. It looked officially, but we recognized that it's a fraud and happily ignored it. Now we got mail from the police about it and I had to spend 2 hours preparing the answer. Much bigger annoyance than the fraud itself.

I've deleted PayPal account last week and today I got email that they'll change terms and conditions. Why?

It's so nice to see McLaren nearing back to the top.

Looks like current horror movies are about switching genres. The Boy did 1 switch, Eli 2.

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