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uspol, ms workers call out ms collaboration with ice Show more
> In an open letter to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella sent today, employees demanded that the company cancel its $19.4 million contract with ICE and instate a policy against working with clients who violate international human rights law.
echoes of google workers and project maven. there must be consequences for fascists and collaborators!
Guys I’m literally starving. Please help. my paypal: paypal.me/JourneiG
My peertube hosting fell through and I am looking for someone who can host/work with me on it. Basically, I need a masto.host but for Peertube.
Now I want to make Snacks of Catan with Annies hexagonal crackers for the next game night
In other news, we played Settlers of Catan last night, so much fun
20,000 pounds (GB) = $26573 (US), beer mention Show more
And the guy who drove Mendocino Brewing Company into the ground, Vijay Mallya, the so-called King of Good Times?
He's restricted to only 20,000 GB pounds per week. To put that in perspective, that's more than 91 full-time minimum US workers.
USPol, Trump, authoritarianism Show more
Okay, it's official: I am scared now
uspol, fuckgoogle, antitrust Show more
The Boston Globe is getting on the #fuckgoogle wagon.
If anyone got any good resources on how to organise a hackerspace that would be cool
Henry George wrote _Progress and Poverty_ in San Francisco, pawning all his belongings to cover the cost of the plates because no one would publish it, recognizing exactly the same problems that we see in San Francisco today. And he identifies the remedy (property tax, in particular tax on land valuable by virtue of location), the very remedy that wealthy voters have explicitly excluded from California with Proposition 13.
2018: begging your parents to stop watching so much TV because it rots their brains / not to believe everything they read on the internet
Why I'm watering weeds Show more
We believe in gardens, but not lawns, so we've established a garden and planted a lot of trees and bushes, either fruit/nut or native species, to feed ourselves or our local wildlife.
But we let the rest of the lawn go, and also be naturally brown during the drier months.
A no-no, per our real estate agent, who even brought in a senior RE agent to bolster her claim that I ought to green up the lawn by wasting water.
And that's why I am watering weeds