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    [–] Most Americans aren't aware that Facebook owns WhatsApp flynnsanity3 1 points ago in technology

    Oh, very true. I forgot about group chats. I have Android and it's my number one gripe with them.

    [–] Most Americans aren't aware that Facebook owns WhatsApp flynnsanity3 2 points ago in technology

    Ohhh, I hadn't considered Puerto Rico.

    I mean, I don't know really. I don't use the default SMS, I use Googler Messages. Since the past few updates, the only real advantage of Whatsapp is that it has the voice recording feature. Maybe Americans don't care about that feature for whatever reason?

    I recall reading once that while pretty much every regular cell plan in America has unlimited texting and calling but limited data, it's the opposite in most other countries. Maybe that's it.

    [–] Most Americans aren't aware that Facebook owns WhatsApp flynnsanity3 14 points ago in technology

    Not to mention most of the users are those who travel abroad/chat with people abroad. Anecdotally, I don't know anybody who uses it to chat with people domestically that isn't from another country.

    [–] Voters at a church applaud man after he ends his pro-Trump speech with a Nazi salute flynnsanity3 1 points ago in trashy

    I mean my solution would be to tax them and disallow them from politics, but if the only options are one or the other, I'd pick to tax them. Again, religion is already completely and utterly intertwined with American politics. The GOP is already trying to allow 501c3s to donate to political campaigns while maintaining their tax exempt status. I understand what you're saying, but I would contend that it can't get any worse than it already is.

    [–] Voters at a church applaud man after he ends his pro-Trump speech with a Nazi salute flynnsanity3 2 points ago in trashy

    They do it already, though. From black churches in Newark WASP churches in Des Moines, they all engage in politics, endorse candidates, and push political agendas. To tax them would not change their behavior. If anything, it may help make more transparent their dealings.

    [–] Meet Opal flynnsanity3 1 points ago in wholesomegifs

    Hey. We have an albino rat named Opal and she's blind, too :0

    [–] Someone save us please flynnsanity3 3 points ago in PoliticalHumor

    She was hired in 1995, well after Affirmative Action began. How does that make her a diversity hire? Unless you believe that the only reason they'd hire a person of color is because of Affirmative Action, which would be interesting.

    [–] ‘This is live voter suppression’: Black Voters Matter blocked from taking Georgia seniors to vote flynnsanity3 16 points ago in politics

    What about Florida in the 2000 presidential election? That was perhaps one of the biggest move to suppress voters in a very long time.

    But anyways, what's your source on DNC vote tampering?

    [–] Kid bullies a grown man and pays for it flynnsanity3 -2 points ago in PublicFreakout

    Astoundingly, the parents who would hit their kids are more likely to raise kids who "need" to be hit.

    [–] It Seems Bad That the Guy Running for Governor in Georgia Is Also In Charge of Who Gets to Vote in Georgia flynnsanity3 1 points ago in politics

    The only people who are would be against that are people trying to manipulate the numbers to secure more federal funding based off illegal immigrants.

    The people who oppose Voter ID laws are hyper-aware of disenfranchisement, largely because they have been victims of it. I've worked with and around Democrats for many moons. There are some assholes, sure. But there is no conspiracy, doublespeak, or subversion. There just isn't, and it's extremely frustrating when you have my experience and then those same people are accused of simply virtue signalling.

    [–] What is a great YouTube channel to binge watch? flynnsanity3 1 points ago in AskReddit

    Matt Colville! He does DnD videos, and I absolutely adore his stuff. The videos are long (typically 13+ minutes), but extremely entertaining and I think insightful.

    [–] Want Americans to vote? Give them the day off. flynnsanity3 1 points ago in politics

    Okay, well then let's put five minutes of thought into it. How about limiting the number of hours an employee can work that day? Or just set a mandatory closing time for businesses?

    Voting week would be good, but turnout would still probably be highest on the final day.

    [–] Interesting indeed... flynnsanity3 9 points ago in PoliticalHumor

    Then why aren't priests banned from public bathrooms? Seriously. I know it's an edgy and common thing to say, but why shouldn't we? We know they've molested kids in bathrooms. Surely that makes them a higher priority than those who may molest kids in bathrooms.

    [–] Interesting indeed... flynnsanity3 4 points ago in PoliticalHumor

    They were investigating the veracity of the allegations, not performing a criminal investigation.

    [–] It Seems Bad That the Guy Running for Governor in Georgia Is Also In Charge of Who Gets to Vote in Georgia flynnsanity3 1 points ago in politics

    Okay, I'm a murderer.

    I'd be okay with Voter ID laws if an extreme amount of caution and care were put into the infrastructure for it, including opening up way more polling places to reduce wait times. But everything, in order for this be as harmless as possible, would have to be free and quick. Securing a copy of a birth certificate, new social security card, new voter ID, new license/state-issued ID... People cannot afford the process of obtaining these things, both in terms of time and money. Were it very simple and came with no out-of-pocket cost, it'd be okay in my book.

    [–] It Seems Bad That the Guy Running for Governor in Georgia Is Also In Charge of Who Gets to Vote in Georgia flynnsanity3 1 points ago in politics

    Unfortunately, it just means that the next day they'll fire you for tracking mud on the floor or showing up 30 seconds late. Retaliation is extremely hard to prove, and those most in need of protection do not have the time or money to do so.