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From 13 Jul: Deadpool and Korg React - Two members of the MCYouTube react to the upcoming film featuring Ryan Reynolds and Taika Waititi. Free Guy. In theaters and definitely NOT streaming on August 13th. youtube.com/watch?v=g7q60i_Lh_

First thought with Widow : Why are they filming 1995 as if it's like some long time ago.... ooooooooh. Fuuuuuuuuuuu.....

if it were up to me all phoneshit would be legally required to be rootable and flashable

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From 13 Jul: Our brains “read” expressions of illusory faces in things just like real faces - Enlarge / This wall in an old town in Tuscany, Italy, illustrates the phenomenon of facial pareidol... arstechnica.com/science/2021/0 -psychology -pareidolia

From 05 Jul: Did lead poisoning cause downfall of Roman Empire? The jury is still out - Ancient Rome’s emperors did some pretty bizarre stuff—bursting into uncontrollable ... arstechnica.com/science/2021/0 -rome -&-culture -poisoning

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From 12 Jul: FCC speed standard that Ajit Pai never updated is too slow, GAO report says - The Federal Communications Commission broadband standard that was implemented under then-Ch... arstechnica.com/tech-policy/20 -pai -rosenworcel

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@StevenSaus Politicians are generally clueless about tech and tech policy, but this goes beyond that. They are not even *trying* to do anything useful, just ensure that they can publically lie on every platform and nobody can do anything about it.

Fortunately for us, they've decided to attack a bedrock constitutional principle, so even their packed Supreme Court won't back them.

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From 08 Jul: GOP’s Big Tech plan ignores consumers, targets “censorship” of Republicans instead - Enlarge / The Republican Party elephant symbol at the Conservative Political Action Conference in... arstechnica.com/tech-policy/20 -tech

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From 02 Jul: US hits anti-robocall milestone but annoying calls won’t stop any time soon - The nation’s largest phone companies have met a federal deadline to deploy a new anti-... arstechnica.com/tech-policy/20 -shaken

From 07 Jul: Cluster full of black holes may be spitting out stars - As we carefully map the stars of our Milky Way, we’re able to identify features that tell us... arstechnica.com/science/2021/0 -holes

From 06 Jul: How to Tell When Your Child Needs a Therapist (and How to Find One) - The past year has been rough on all of us, including our kids. Many of our kids are still too young... lifehacker.com/how-to-tell-whe -theory -and-adolescent-psychiatry -trauma -mintz -development -goldberg-mintz -health

From 06 Jul: Why the ’Slow Fade’ Is Worse Than Ghosting - Photo: Sisacorn (Shutterstock)Many people can’t stomach the confrontation of a break up, so t... lifehacker.com/why-the-slow-fa -processes -behavior -interest -relationships -sherman -of-love -love -movement -rejection

From 05 Jul: How to Break Into the Legal Weed Industry - Photo: Brandon Crawford (Shutterstock)The weed legalization train is on the move around America, an... lifehacker.com/how-to-break-in -wilks -finance -smoking -of-cannabis -growth -block -merchan -drugs

From 08 Jul: Happily (2021) and The Book of Job: A Movie Review - This review is absolutely SPOILER-RIFFIC. You’ve been warned. If you want the short form: Watch… ideatrash.net/2021/07/happily- -review

From 08 Jul: Challenge Yourself And Improve Your Writing With Us This (and each) Weekend - There is an ongoing, free critique workshop - that’s been going for years - for those who are willing to put in the work. And you have an invitation to join it. ideatrash.net/2021/07/challeng -of-writing -challenge

From 30 Jun: Master Alchemist - Work I created during my class at Smart School under Greg Manchess. Thanks so much to him for all the work and help. Very insightful artists that I learned tons from. Very happy to have met him and very influential from now on towards the passion I have for this craft.Thank you Greg. Much love. deviantart.com/000fesbra000/ar

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Faith Collapsing

Faith Collapsing is a host set up by me (Steven Saus) with the same sensibility of the BBS I ran back in the 1990s - I set it up for me, but folks I personally know are welcome to join if they like. Left-leaning; fascists will not be happy with my moderation. Incitements to violence or hate speech will get you gone.