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spiderwort, (edited )

If you don’t care about it then you shouldn’t be investing your (valuable, finite) attention in it.

So all that weak stuff, be slackful about it. Squeak by on the halfassed minimum.

And the stuff that matters, do it perfectly.

That’s what every great artist/inventor/scientist/philosopher/etc has done since forever.

spiderwort,

The greats are often famously slovenly, antisocial etc.

And here you are, pushing mere shame.

Your shame seems small, comparatively .

spiderwort,

Ah, “shitstain”. No shame here.

It sounds to me like you care very much about fitting in etc. Well more power to you.

But some of us don’t.

So you do you. And don’t pretend that you know how to do us.

Practice a little humility.

spiderwort,

Consider most of lemmy.

Childish. Ignorant. Smug. Reactionary.

And if I was a politician, they’d be my #1 demographic.

spiderwort,
  1. The book.

A book is a stack of rectangular sheets of processed plants printed with text, all held together on one side.

spiderwort,

Meh. You people take race too seriously.

spiderwort,

It’s called science fiction you gibbering philistine.

spiderwort,

You had me at dystopian

spiderwort, (edited )

But does it have a voting system?

Because I don’t recall seeing any voting booths in the Enterprise.

spiderwort,

It’s a dumb point. Basically fanfic/dogmatism processed through a child’s brain. I’d really rather spend my attention on something better

It’s amazing how small the 99% is. Narrow and shallow. I am re-astonished every time I come here. It’s like the zombie apocalypse happened and nobody noticed.

spiderwort,

Observe, model, propose policies… run simulations even

Plain ol science

spiderwort,

It isn’t a fallacy. It works pretty good most of the time, it’s easier than doing your own research and it’s how we get 99% of the information in our society.

spiderwort,

Yeah those guys are the worst.

spiderwort,

Is simply being a living breathing person sufficient to garner your respect?

spiderwort,

What many?

spiderwort,

So “yes, unless”.

Well there you go.

spiderwort,

That is a very good question.

spiderwort,

So, yes, unless.

Does the plain fact that somebody said it carry any weight?

Someone left a 4 inch rock rock with a line circle carved in it in the dirt next to my door

What do you guys think was the intention with this? I recently had an episode of mania, and was behaving a bit oddly, but I confirmed with my mother (this was her condo I’m renting it) that it wasn’t here when she left and I’ve never seen it before :|

spiderwort,

Check out mr moneybags here with dirt next to his door.

spiderwort,

We can but the solver won’t come from the mainstream, it’ll come from the edge. One of those insane weirdos that everybody knows is badwrong.

So be kind to weirdos.

The normies you can safely pound to paste tho.

spiderwort,

Ideology reflects emotion. Angry people adopt angry ideology. Find a justification for anger and somebody to hate.

Cure the anger and the ideology disappears.

spiderwort,

What would “stopping fascism with the power of love” look like? Do you have a hypothetical example?

spiderwort, (edited )

So is accusations of “troll”. Around here we prefer that

spiderwort,

Note the nice uniforms. They don’t grow on trees. These guys are funded.

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