"Small, observational & non-randomized studies will not give us the answers we need. Using untested 💊 without the right evidence could raise false hope & even do more harm than good & cause a shortage of essential 💊 that are needed to treat other diseases"-@DrTedros #COVID19
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Original tweet : https://twitter.com/DuckDuckGo/status/1242085441341468674
acnh item duplication bell exploit thread
- 1 copy of acnh
- 1 switch console
- 2 joy-cons
- 2 different player accounts on that switch console
- an in-game cardboard box or a table that's the same size as that
- an in-game item that will fit on the box or table that sells for a good amount of bells (i went with the mini nintendo switch console but anything that will fit on the box or table will work)
For folks who want something Patreon-esque but don't want to deal with Patreon and its various issues, this new alternative might be worth looking into: https://medium.com/@jessevondoom/introducing-substation-cd9612d04f82
It seems to be a middleware API that lets you handle your own payments and manage the communications/perks/levels yourself.
Right now I am not in a situation where I need/want to look into this further but others might want to.
The term "Social Justice Warrior" originally came from within social justice circles, in reference to people who join social justice circles with an all-or-nothing borderline view on things and try to pick up causes they don't understand, trying to be a Good Ally™ and getting clout in these spaces. They were generally reviled for it.
It's only later that trolls coopted the term and started using it in respect to anyone who cares about being good to each other for any reason.
https://hackers.town/@NOCARRIER/103897955569362076 uBlock Origion is the only one that doesn't sell exceptions that allow ads through.
Firefox also has a bunch of built in tracking protections these days.
Facebook Container stops them from tracking you across the entire web
Neat URL strips tracking information from the browser
There is also Privacy Badger to help stop tracking
hi, i go inactive sometimes, but i'm still alive somewhere, probably
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