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Keep_on_Trumpin 46 points ago +47 / -1

Dorsey looks like a homo Bin Laden. What a chump. I hope he goes down and goes down hard

MakinBacon 21 points ago +21 / -0

"homo bin laden"

lets make that a trending hashtag.

cjcivicx 6 points ago +6 / -0

His boyfriends like the way his beard tickles their balls...

workinating 1 point ago +1 / -0


Pedeville 5 points ago +5 / -0

looks like a poor gandalf with no magic or swagger


deplorabetty 1 point ago +1 / -0

Take my upvote.

MAGA_JUICE 31 points ago +31 / -0

The Post is getting my money!

Super_Dave 10 points ago +10 / -0

I just came here to say this. Got some based friends I might get a sub for also.

GreatestAmericanEver 15 points ago +15 / -0

Big tech companies are information cartels, and should be dealt with similarly.

braveContrarian 5 points ago +5 / -0 (edited)

you know, when dial up was going the way of the dinosaur and this shit first started centralizing i was against it then.

yes it was for dubious reasons -- that I missed the wild west of the internet where piracy was more common than anything else and there was little way to detect guilt over it -- but it was also for OTHER reasons.

mainly that it went further then trying to end piracy, or just weed out the chomos or terrorists. instead it became about centralizing and CONTROLLING everything.

I didnt want more of a mass consumer market for tech than the OG computer revolution brought either. Combined together, it made the internet a place for "anyone" (read any common normie) who not only wasnt educated deeply on how the underlying technology worked. back in the day we were all hobbyists, knew at least basic scripting and coding and how the computer worked. we made our own websites by hand, often in ways even modern corporations would deem "too expensive" and "work intensive". the only reason you have your "wordpress" today is because WE were writing our own CMSs by hand in a way that would currently be considered (and would be) way to expensive. THOUSANDS of dollars now that you can simply install someone elses code and rent that for cheaper up front.

I view it like the wild west -- yes there was crime. lots of it. most of it insignificant, but some of it not so much. but on the flipside there was freedom in that lack of control. and because the baseline for profit was so low, there wasnt much barrier to entry. not only that some people literally just did all the work FOR FREE because it was cool and they wanted to and it was enough to count for a job instead of bothering with a degree in the past (portfolio alone)

not to mention one positive of running a 300mhz shitbox with 16mb ram is that it barely has the power to do the excessive data collection, monitoring, spying etc. if that happened back then youd KNOW because the computer would basically halt.

today you could be running infected for years and not even know.

I cant stress enough, its not that I miss the CRIME from the freedom, but the freedom and lack of ability to have excessive controls in and of itself.

but ever since that normie invasion caused by the smartphone revolution, its more important to a majority of users to have one, centralized set of links (facebook, google, youtube, twitter, reddit, amazon) than it is to go search and cross reference sources. most people dont even know how the damn search engines work.

in my eyes it was the normie invasion around 05'ish that really started the ultimate downfall of tech. before that the majority of consumers and people writing the websites were still... DIYing it. if they made profit from advertising the business was 100% theirs -- not some subsection of google getting paid pennies on the dollar to be influencers that in the past would have had full-on advertising jobs and be paid better.

I guess myspace is what got the kiddos into the stupid "website done for you no database coding necessary" BS where everyone got a page with a MySQL backend.

but at least that still slightly encouraged people to learn some HTML and JS i guess (even though I hate JS and web scripting, remember im old-skool and still waste time programming end-user applications and games at a low-level like in C. yes sometimes my code is less efficient, but i DIY it all)

I want individual people to own websites and forums and chat rooms again to destroy the ability of censorship and allow a wide variety of private moderators in a decentralized network again. I actually want most aspects of the past back, and for people to not simply choose the "most profitable" use of tech in favor of the "right use"

believe me ive tried to at least get common users to use alternative central sources -- and moreso to drop them altogether (discord, reddit, facebook, etc). I really truly want people to educate themselves and go back to the past. but it will never happen. especially as long as they restrict us from running basic servers on consumer internet without static IP or high enough speeds.

like shit why not just let me have the consumer internet, still run a server, and if i go over a certain amount of bandwidth charge me an overage fee?

i get that IPs are limited, but we could just switch to IPv6 like the rest of the damn world.

Pedeville 1 point ago +1 / -0

its like saying you only want people to drive cars if they can build their own car

internet being so huge is what makes us able to find the truth when people in power want to bury it. you think people woulda seen the hunter pics if we were living without internet? or if you had to have coding knowledge to access it? no, because the only way to spread it would be through the news and they’re fucking corrupt

braveContrarian 2 points ago +2 / -0 (edited)

honestly what i really want is to replace shop class with basic IT classes.

you're right in that having the internet does help in some ways but it also hurts in others.

people should understand how the basics of something works and be able to judge if a product actually had work go into it or is just like the red-dot sight DLC that cost literally .05 cents of someone's salary once to make. they should also have the ability and opportunity to make their own way of it rather than being forced through defacto centralized authorized sources.

I think we need to get people... educated on how it works so that we can decentralize and have people make good decisions and run their own businesses and sites and servers again.

like if i ran my own physical server with IRC on it, you could talk trump all day, all year and I wouldnt ban you like twitter or facebook or even discord would. My standards are different than theirs, and thats why I want the private ownership back even if it means adding complexity. Because if I write a review, i wont be being paid AT ALL, so therefore I am NOT an influencer and will give my unbiased, unpaid opinion.

Pedeville 1 point ago +1 / -0

problem is commies own all schools so they only teach us useless shit

braveContrarian 1 point ago +1 / -0

tell me about it i learned everything I know outside of school and hate the education system. I officially on paper dont have qualifications so I just work my trades as a hobby and accept whatever hard labor jobs I can get.

Pedeville 1 point ago +1 / -0

I dont think I learned anything after 5th grade, I could already read and basic math before I started school tho

zerosmokescreen 1 point ago +1 / -0

Health & information (news, entertainment, academia included), those are the left's strongholds as I see it.

The average person doesn't understand these really and defers (submits) their control to "authority"

blacktankguy 8 points ago +8 / -0

I bet they are selling more papers than ever right now. Trump train = winning

shadypollster 5 points ago +5 / -0

I have to agree NYPost has shown its worthy to have my money.

MAGA_____bitches 3 points ago +3 / -0

They should put a photoshopped picture of Dorsey sucking a cock and force him to sue the Post to remove it.

HumblePede 3 points ago +3 / -0

I assume there is a quantifiable loss of income from Twitter banning/blocking The Post. Maybe they have some legal recourse for compensation. I certainly hope so!

RowardHoark 2 points ago +2 / -0

Piss them off good! Hurt their feelings!

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Pedeville 1 point ago +1 / -0

owned by muslimes*

55ll 2 points ago +2 / -0

how come false advertising laws don't apply to big tech? If I went to a store to buy milk and they gave me a carton of spiders, they cant just be like "oh sorry you didnt know but we are only sell cartons of spiders". How come twitter, who advertises as a platform for people to post their thoughts and interact with others, can say "oh sorry you can only post the approved thoughts and interact in the approved way"?

Pedeville 2 points ago +2 / -0

because big milk dont have the private DM’s of every powerful person on the planet

RedJive 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is the part that doesn't get mentioned engouh

AedraLord 2 points ago +2 / -0

The NYP has been on fucking fire lately!

jackasskicker 2 points ago +2 / -0

NY Post should sue Twitter. What's stopping them?

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glow-operator-2-0 2 points ago +2 / -0

Put all that shit on bit.torrent

Filetsmignon 1 point ago +1 / -0

Good for the NY Post. Go after that asshat heavy!

2bitaxe 1 point ago +1 / -0

Great headline and front page! Wouldn’t mind seeing that on billboards around San Fran.

Joe_Hiden_69 1 point ago +1 / -0

Nuke this Liberal filth.

Freedombunker 1 point ago +1 / -0

They all are.

ProfessionalCourtesy 0 points ago +1 / -1

Xerxes of Persia commanding King Leonidas of Greece, to kneel before him.

New York Post : "Days of slaughtering all your Deep State NPCs, has left a nasty cramp in my leg... kneeling won't be possible."

Twitter : "Reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!"