ErusTenebre

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ErusTenebre

33 points

17 hours ago

ErusTenebre

33 points

17 hours ago

My solution to being popular with cats is being allergic to them.

They seem to recognize this inherent weakness in me and flock to me as if I were made of cat nip.

Adorable murderers trying to kill me lol.

That said, OOP is crazy, like many people, getting a pet without doing the research. It's deeply irresponsible to get an animal without knowing what it needs to be healthy and happy.

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ErusTenebre

3 points

19 hours ago

ErusTenebre

SocDem

3 points

19 hours ago

It's not only not legal, it's also clearly not written by anyone who understands laws (like a lawyer) the "no one's business but my own" line is the easiest hint there.

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ErusTenebre

2 points

19 hours ago

ErusTenebre

2 points

19 hours ago

That's a great looking font.

Like... I'm a Century Gothic kind of guy but I really like this.

(That's right I said it lol)

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ErusTenebre

1 points

19 hours ago

ErusTenebre

1 points

19 hours ago

I'd rather have a jelly donut than a powdered or plain donut. A plain donut is like a disappointing bagel and a disappointing donut.

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ErusTenebre

8 points

19 hours ago

ErusTenebre

8 points

19 hours ago

You fell into the pit!

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ErusTenebre

1 points

19 hours ago

ErusTenebre

California

1 points

19 hours ago

I like the part that blew over. That's the best function a wall can have. Unless you get Anti-Big-Bad-Wolf insurance you're boned.

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ErusTenebre

2 points

20 hours ago

ErusTenebre

2 points

20 hours ago

Okay... so... couldn't GOOGLE pass a test - like literally, if it was allowed to essentially cheat on a test by using google, one could pass these tests. Tests test knowledge, not skill. These are pretty dumb articles.

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ErusTenebre

1 points

20 hours ago

ErusTenebre

1 points

20 hours ago

Probably better way to put it is "than all human activity, since humans."

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ErusTenebre

1 points

1 day ago

ErusTenebre

1 points

1 day ago

Hence the "very dark" part of my comment. We were in high school and teenagers in general don't really understand everything going on.

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ErusTenebre

11 points

1 day ago

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California

11 points

1 day ago

Wait...

Gross...

What?

Ugh... seriously they have the worst people.

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ErusTenebre

5 points

1 day ago

ErusTenebre

California

5 points

1 day ago

More like:

  1. Get the plebs to fight over everything they already have.
  2. Make more money off of 'em.
  3. Make more money for our dragon overlords.
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ErusTenebre

7 points

1 day ago

ErusTenebre

California

7 points

1 day ago

How I want this "discussion" to go...

Biden: "Raise the debt limit, or you're basically digging your own political grave."

McCarthy: "Okay, but we have some things we need to discuss."

Biden: "No bucko, we don't. I've got the high ground here, you're going to sink your entire party with this policy."

McCarthy: "If we just raise the..."

Biden: "Hey Anthony? Could you make sure ol' Kev here gets a candy on the way out." (Walks away)

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ErusTenebre

25 points

1 day ago

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California

25 points

1 day ago

It would be nice if DeSantis would join him under the bus. We don't need fascism making the country worse.

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ErusTenebre

163 points

1 day ago

ErusTenebre

California

163 points

1 day ago

Diet Cocaine

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ErusTenebre

-1 points

1 day ago

ErusTenebre

-1 points

1 day ago

I remember when this happened EVERYONE in my school was talking about it. It was both scary and, in a very dark way, kind of awesome to people because he was like a real supervillain.

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ErusTenebre

1 points

1 day ago

ErusTenebre

1 points

1 day ago

OMG fucking for real.

I'm an English teacher and a technology trainer at my very large high school district. One of the things I push hard in both parts of my job is that students need to learn how to use technology.

Basic things like how to use the "big three" apps like word/docs, PowerPoint/slides, and excel/sheets.

But also how to use search tools, how to communicate online, learning about recognizing scams, misinformation, copyright laws (like for images found in search, making your own videos, some light graphic design...

Most teachers don't even teach students to use our LMS and have them work solely on worksheets or notebooks. They're so consumed with the possibility of students cheating that they're avoiding teaching students the should they need to survive in a digital world.

Hell, when ChatGPT hit the news recently, the most common reaction I heard from my coworkers was "that's it! I'm going back to notebooks and students turning in physical papers."

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ErusTenebre

8 points

2 days ago

ErusTenebre

8 points

2 days ago

My favorite is when a FOX News watcher complains about "mainstream media" and I'm like, "wait FOX NEWS isn't mainstream?!"

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ErusTenebre

5 points

2 days ago

ErusTenebre

English 9/ELD 4 | Teacher | California

5 points

2 days ago

I also enjoy "utilizing my intelligence" lol

I actually enjoy just being a positive male adult that ISN'T into sports or other typical "manly things." (Not that there's anything wrong with those things).

The boys in my area are pretty much exposed to one or two types of men and they generally are the stern, "rub some dirt on it" types. But my students get to see a man who's into all sorts of things from games to art to cooking to crafting to nerding out. A guy who uses words like "cute," and "adorable," and compliments outfits and checks in on prime that don't seem well.

I enjoy being the guy that doesn't fit many stereotypes, so students can maybe learn to be that way themselves.

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ErusTenebre

13 points

2 days ago

ErusTenebre

English 9/ELD 4 | Teacher | California

13 points

2 days ago

A lot of problems in education would be solved by letting the professionals determine the parameters and requirements.

Teachers should be making most, if not all of the decisions in education.

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ErusTenebre

7 points

2 days ago

ErusTenebre

7 points

2 days ago

I'm absolutely terrible and new to the game (started about 3 weeks ago). But a PVPer was excited that I shot and killed her through the railing of my own brig (I was in the ocean). I've always been a good sniper in other games, but I was excited to be complimented by a friendly PVPer who absolutely wrecked me and my crew by herself. Several times.

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ErusTenebre

5 points

2 days ago

ErusTenebre

5 points

2 days ago

It's not up to date with 1E? Really?

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ErusTenebre

1 points

2 days ago

ErusTenebre

English 9/ELD 4 | Teacher | California

1 points

2 days ago

"wait but I did my work..."

"You did one assignment three months ago."

"Yeah, so why do I have an F?"

"..."

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ErusTenebre

2 points

2 days ago

ErusTenebre

California

2 points

2 days ago

Correct they often have some form of test that they can use to show data, but they don't have to perform like public schools.

Hell, in many states the teachers don't have to be qualified to teach through certification or degrees. My sister is an art teacher at a private school, she doesn't have any classes in child development, SPED, teaching ELLs, child abuse/neglect training, etc. When she started she was getting 15/hr.

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ErusTenebre

1 points

2 days ago

ErusTenebre

OG Southwest

1 points

2 days ago

That's cool. It would be great if they refurbished or even completely redid the outdoor stuff, that's more what made Camelot unique.

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ErusTenebre

11 points

3 days ago

ErusTenebre

California

11 points

3 days ago

I'm in Bakersfield, a red city in a blue state. We're like the murder capitol of California. Our police/sheriff departments are notorious for their "shoot first, shoot second, and if anyone is still alive, maybe ask some questions."

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