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Cake day: Oct 02, 2021


Thanks! That explains why I could not find more :) Anyway, it is a great track!

Really like this track! Did not expect it to get posted here… :) Do you know any more songs of PJOTR V?

Agree, calling people “normie” requires someone to feel “superior” (or others “inferior”) and is not a good way to get new users. It is not necessary. Also, many people want to be “normal”… Lastly, Lemmur is great (your phone/internet maybe not…) - zero issues here…

post as opposed to comment. But I get what you are saying…

For a meaningful discussion it needs a balance between questions and answers. Hiding behind questions because you do not have answers (i.e. evidence) is rubbish IMO. Why post something if you have nothing to say?

Also, no one said anything about racist stereotypes… sorry to hear the image resonates with you.

Ah yes, the good old “jUsT asKiNg qUEstiOns”… Has never been associated with trolling/(click)bait and was always a start of a good discussion.


They really gathered the most brilliant minds of the internet: "https://lemm y.ml/ here’s the link, it’s broken so they can’t detect the traffic is from 4 chan " - 4chan

So you can get stuck in an other echochamber… Very wise!

Given your account age, I doubt you took a lot of time to interact or read what has already been discussed here (and on other instances). Why the questions about banning (makes it seem like a ban-evasion)? Also, why the antivax/freedom example? Why not observe and try to understand the culture? If you don’t like it you can make your own instance (or find another one). In my opinion, if you have to worry about getting banned before starting then maybe you should not use it to begin with.

Everyone who reads cares about spelling. It has to do with readability. I know that most mainstream click-bait article headline authors do not care. They do not need to, since their message is typically trivial. If you read more complicated texts it becomes obvious why words cannot be spelled differently in every paragraph. (Also, it seems to be a Usonian problem…) Controversy is not the issue. It can arise. The problem is when posts are made with intent of controversy (a.k.a “user engagement”). In a scientific discussion, controvery disappears with increasing evidence (no need to argue when the facts are clear). Also, ban the trolls from everything (never feed them!).

No trolling? The username is ‘vaxedpeopledie’… To me the way vaccinated is written (with one ‘x’ or more) is already unsettling enough (if not trolling). But jokes aside - who has a username like this without the intent to stir up controversy?

Edit: Also, I trust this platform because people get banned (i.e., moderation works).

It also says “W[orld]H[ealth]O[rganisation] warns” - seems OK imo.

“Valid votes” which only confirm your opinion? How do you know they are bots?

We simply do not want ideas/opinions/beliefs/stories/news/etc. from the right. The internet is already full of that garbage. Too many platforms exist for center-right-nazis… Lemmy should not be one of them.

It might aswell indicate that severe COVID causes reduced levels of zinc. Correlations need to be tested experimentally (e.g., like the vaccines).

You should learn how to write shorter. Stick to few mmain points per comment. No one can follow a discussion where you list 20 different (tangential) aspects.