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    [–] I'm 36, and will be dead inside of a year. loftizle 1 points ago in personalfinance

    Sorry to hear there, can't help too much financially, buy a single Bitcoin if you can. Also time delay a bunch of emails to people for like 5-10 years down the track for the lols.

    [–] 5.0 looks great so far, but mission rewards are still incorrect loftizle 2 points ago in FORTnITE

    They'll get the balance right eventually, it takes time and effort to work these things out. I'm having fun playing with friends and the only problem I can see besides some poor rewards (not all the time) is that the highest level person is maxed out and probably won't ever get anything for continuing to play with us.

    [–] Spitting bars loftizle 3 points ago in iamverybadass

    This is an awesome meme idea, just paste a photo of someone you know and share it for the lols.

    [–] Congratulations new mom! loftizle 16 points ago in AdviceAnimals

    I've been the closest thing to a Dad to my daughter's cousin, you can definitely love a kid that isn't your own.

    [–] Google is wrong loftizle 1 points ago in pics

    That's it, we should never expect that mapping as much of the world would be a difficult and evolving task. Grab your pitchforks!

    [–] Copyright Marvel of Italy loftizle 3 points ago in crappyoffbrands

    He's screaming HALP MEEEEE!

    [–] Gotta love Group Policy loftizle 2 points ago in pcmasterrace

    I can't argue with that logic, also if you can get it in your chain pi-hole acts as a network level ad/pest blocker.

    [–] Gotta love Group Policy loftizle 3 points ago in pcmasterrace

    Well the environment is completely different than it used to be. You are much less likely to be exploited through something you install than you would have been in the early 2000s (not that it can't and won't happen). People are targetted through the web browser and through software vulnerabilities that are discovered in normal everyday software (browser, os, networking equipment etc etc).

    It is worrying because I have always been pro anti-virus and believe it is better to have it than to have nothing. The AV companies becoming ethics police (or being paid to block cracks) just makes people not want to use the software and that could possibly be a dangerous thing in the long run.

    [–] Huge Audio bug regarding the "Don't Blink" event mission loftizle 1 points ago in FORTnITE

    That actually hurt my ears, thanks for the tinnitus Epic!

    [–] Gotta love Group Policy loftizle 13 points ago in pcmasterrace

    I'm starting to lean towards the no more anti-virus camp because the only thing I've found they actually pick up are software that people write themselves, false positives and pirated software that generally doesn't actually contain any malware (at least in the cases I've seen).

    [–] This happened today, very embarrassing loftizle 11 points ago in AdviceAnimals

    They weren't moving until your son shit in the pool haha.

    [–] Facebook confirms that it tracks how you move mouse on the computer screen loftizle 5 points ago in worldnews

    This also sounds like the magic of most software or scripts I've ever written (or copied from Stack Overflow).

    [–] Why is XKCD so right so often? loftizle 8 points ago in ProgrammerHumor

    import Google

    Google.search(your_request)

    [–] Suicide Prevention Megathread loftizle 1 points ago in AskReddit

    Damn, your parents suck that is horrible. Hopefully you are doing much better now.

    [–] “Pays for porn” starter pack loftizle 4 points ago in starterpacks

    Even when you're not trying to look for porn it is the first link on Bing.

    [–] “Pays for porn” starter pack loftizle 1 points ago in starterpacks

    Come to the back seat of my car.

    [–] “Pays for porn” starter pack loftizle 2 points ago in starterpacks

    I pay for porn because I have a decent enough job that I don't need to worry about not paying for it. The quality is much better and it is all in one place with personal recommendations, kind of like paid Spotify. It isn't the content you pay for.