Message from Flint in Nice Respectable People Group #general
@Jacob Porn wasn't illegal in the USSR, a lot of people owned porn, or "Black books."
It was illegal to distribute porn, though.
So how'd they get it?
so... it was illegal?
Sounds like pilpul
Jacob you kashubian bro?
I'm half Kashubian
I couldn’t have guessed
I'm pretty sure it was illegal to make
They didn't exactly have handicams back then
I mean I guess no one was gonna go after you for making a private sex tape for personal use
The fastest I could get was 72 words per minute on a normal keyboard. https://www.typingtest.com/
Camera's were expensive and technical with film reels that needed to be developed
@ThisIsChris I got 50 wpm after 3 beers and listening to a podcast, looking forward to another try tomorrow
It's actually really hard to type an Aesop's fable when listening to a podcast
72 is pretty fast though, not sure if I can reach that. Maybe I can push 55-60 tmrow
Average is 36 wpm? I would think the average is higher than that
I wonder if I should buy Julian von Abele's book.
I'm going to, probably both--it's about $23 for both and hopefully sends a strong signal that this doxx stuff is over
We're basically in a tug of war with these people who get harangued by the media and Universities. They try to make them bow, we try to show them how not to kneel, cuck, or apologize
This'll keep happening until people stop cucking on whatever it is that brought the attention on them
This week they got Kevin Hart's scalp (Oscar hosting stuff)
So far this Adele young man is the most defensible and most promising individual we've had get into hot water. Unconnected to any group, child prodigy, author, no crime, no bad history (in fact, the opposite)--if we can't get behind him we cannot get behind anyone.
Where we're at now (not bad):
(link to article in tweet)
I'm probably really late with this question buy who is buying Ebeles book?! I am, one copy of each.
this could be used as an educational resource
so... I just found out my friend has cancer
what would you do to help in this situation?
Just be a friend
Terminal? Can it be treated?
I don't know yet but thanks
I had a friend get leukemia in late 2015. Every person is different as is every case. The reason I bring up my friend is because my instinct was to rush to their side and spend lots of time, but that's not what my friend wanted. They withdrew to really close family. They recovered and after we talked about it and while they appreciated my willingness to be attentive, they didn't want to to be socially overstimulated.
Your friend could be completely different. The point is, pay attention to what they want and don't be afraid to ask!
Honestly, I worked in a hospital and had to go to the cancer institute often, the hospital gives them the treatment, but they really just need companionship, friends, and family outside of that.
Or to feel normal