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If you'd like to read a blog about why Ocarina of Time was the first videogame that aspired to be a work of art, boy do I suspiciously have exactly that blog for you: frankpodmore.wordpress.com/201

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Very tired of opening up the news sites to see at least one photo of a puffy red-faced bigot yelling things.

I think need to distance themselves from Roger Hallam. All credit to him for cofounding the movement, but he's increasingly more of a hindrance than a help.

[BREAKING] Leaked Facebook emails reveal "number one threat" to its platform: decentralized platforms.

#FediverseNewsNetwork

critics of socialism fear some people might try to take more than their fair share while not contributing a justifiable amount to society SO INSTEAD we have billionaires

Why do headline writers think that writers 'pen' things? Is this how they really think? 'Better pen a good headline to grab the reader's attention'.

How would you describe your moral philosophy?

If you knew a large group of people were going to follow them, what tenents would you give to them?

Would they be any different if you knew everyone would follow them?

Thinking of moral systems a lot. I don't necessarily have answers to these questions yet but I'm working on it.

How to tell a true friend: they strip the tracking identifiers and amp junk from a url before sharing it with you.

I hope your day is filled with powerful Labour MP thinks a fetish is a "worry" and boldly declares he has thousands of them, the biggest of which is probably "the horses" energy today.

chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north

It looks like a French zoo captured one of the federating folks on this here internet!

"720 sexes and no brain"
"looks like a fungus and acts like an animal"
"one of nature's mysteries"
"named after a horror movie"

theguardian.com/world/2019/oct

I'm generally supportive of @ExtinctionR, but targeting trains in East London is a bad idea. If you're going to disrupt public transport, you need to focus on the culprits (i.e., aim at Westminster and the City), not a famously working-class bit of London.

if you're anywhere in or near London, you guys have GOT to visit some of the XR camps. they're literally just communes. all the food is being cooked by those who have the energy and time, with the food donated by those who can afford it, and you just take the food you need. the power for stuff in saint james park is powered from a solar pannel and 2 bicycle generators. and everybody is just giving speeches and having a fun time. they're awesome!

Hearing lots of concern trolling about lately. E.g., 'Are they really doing any good for the environment if they hand out *GASP* leaflets?'

If that's the best counter-argument you've got...

RT @XRebellionUK@twitter.com

Press release: Extinction Rebellion activists use fire engine to spray 1,800 litres of fake blood over the front of the Treasury in London rebellion.earth/2019/10/03/ext
The Treasury has blood on its hands.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/XRebellionUK/statu

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