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    [–] I'm ready for next Season Jaime TheyCallMeGemini 2 points ago in freefolk

    Think you meant to say allude, as in an allusion. Elude is to avoid capture, being elusive. Similar to evade and evasion.

    [–] I'm ready for next Season Jaime TheyCallMeGemini 6 points ago in freefolk

    Olly killed multiple people, all of which were good people. Olly's story is tragic but at that point the kid is bordering on actual psychopathy.

    [–] Whole of Puerto Rico without power TheyCallMeGemini 3 points ago in news

    Can't say I speak for subscribers to that sub, but to my knowledge no.

    I think there are scattered arguments about citizenship in relation to statehood, but otherwise they don't seem to care.

    [–] Half of Blink 182 would be Wink 91 TheyCallMeGemini 2 points ago in Showerthoughts

    This is the new mankind hell in the cell meme.

    back in nineteen ninety when mankind needed that sort of song the most due to the turmoil in kuwait.

    [–] She replied and unmatched me within 15 seconds TheyCallMeGemini 8 points ago in Tinder

    Oh trust me, these girls think anything sub 6 is short.

    [–] Homeland Security says Americans who don't want faces scanned leaving the country "shouldn't travel" TheyCallMeGemini 5 points ago in news

    Agreed, both sides may have their nuances but just like net neutrality this is a huge issue. We need to stop playing partisan games and focus on our growing surveillance state.

    [–] Boomco Halo Assault Rifle with Ammo Counter TheyCallMeGemini 9 points ago in gaming

    Temp readouts are important for morale. Grunts and jarheads alike take pride in how shitty the heat is.

    [–] TrumpSC Appreciation TheyCallMeGemini 3 points ago in hearthstone

    He chose his alias because of Donald. I remember him mentioning that he admired the man's business acumen and ability to generate value. I don't think he's commented on Donald becoming president, positive or negative.

    [–] Brought my Dad shooting after being anti-gun his whole life. Needless to say, he loves it! TheyCallMeGemini 5 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago) in guns

    I'm not downvoting you, but please note that your question was answered. Short of homemade guns or illegal imports, all guns are registered if sold by a licensed seller like a gun shop or a sporting store. Most of the most populated states already require background checks at the point of sale.

    Remember that criminals dont follow laws, they break them, and there will always be a black market. Legal gun owners are the ones actually affected by greater regulations.

    [–] Bathroom camera update TheyCallMeGemini 3 points ago in self

    Literally a tenth! I didn't believe it until I looked it up but Canada only has some 30-odd million.

    [–] Bathroom camera update TheyCallMeGemini 15 points ago in self

    He means that Reddit is literally American.

    Reddit (stylized as reddit, /ˈrɛdɪt/)[5] is an American social news aggregation, web content rating, and discussion website. 

    Not to mention that 57.3% of users are from the United States.

    [–] In an attempt to show the effects of slashing net neutrality, /u/AutoModerator removes all comments from a net neutrality based post TheyCallMeGemini 8 points ago in bestof

    You still seem confused

    Yes, you do seem confused.

    THE REPUBLICAN representatives ARE AGAINST IT. THE DEMOCRAT representatives ARE FOR IT.

    FTFY. You need to recognize that nonpartisan issues are becoming partisan due to the massive polarization of the voting populace. Please see that by fighting for your "team" and against "the other guys" is what has led to our divided nation. We're supposed to be debating issues and policies, not the color of our mascot.

    I support Net Neutrality, but that doesn't make me a Democrat. I'm not a Republican either, but being labeled a racist Nazi for not always voting blue is simply wrong.

    [–] In an attempt to show the effects of slashing net neutrality, /u/AutoModerator removes all comments from a net neutrality based post TheyCallMeGemini 8 points ago in bestof

    You are missing the point. It is censoring the people who are in favor of removing net neutrality, which is to say, trump and those who support him.

    I sincerely doubt that every person censored in that post was a Trump supporter.

    It is a partisan issue because republicans and trump are beholden to ISP money.

    I guarantee that Republicans are not the only ones receiving money from our cancerous ISPs.

    Regardless, being a unkind to people you disagree with while pushing your agenda is a good way to make people double down on their positions.

    [–] In an attempt to show the effects of slashing net neutrality, /u/AutoModerator removes all comments from a net neutrality based post TheyCallMeGemini 7 points ago in bestof

    Because people can change sides. I'm an independent and I try to research and choose politicians outside of party lines. Pitting an issue as "Us vs Them" only serves to polarize the populace.

    If you want to enact change you need to stop censoring opposing views, stop calling anyone who's not a Democrat a racist Nazi, and stop acting holier than thou. I'm not addressing you specifically, but look on Reddit.

    It's disheartening that moderates are being cast out and both sides are pushing to their respective extremes just to say they're opposites.

    [–] In an attempt to show the effects of slashing net neutrality, /u/AutoModerator removes all comments from a net neutrality based post TheyCallMeGemini 1 points ago in bestof

    Reddit's most visible posts are the most popular posts.

    Except they changed the algorithm.

    Popular and front page posts are weighted based on the ratio of upvotes to subscribers. The less subscribers a subreddit has, the less votes needed to reach the top. All those new anti-Trump subs are reaching the front with this new form of manipulation. The most recent example is RussiaLago. A sub with (at the time) a handful of subscribers managed to get over 3,000 upvotes on a post in less than one hour. This is clear coordination of either a botnet (I doubt it) or more likely a large discord group dedicated to flooding the front page.

    In fact, the top mod at MarchAgainstTrump was recently deposed and replaced as evidence was found of him manipulating posts to reach the top. You can check the sticky at MarchAgainstTrump for more information.