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15 Feb
One of the biggest game-changing apps I've heard of recently is Gab Dissenter.

You know how sometimes your comments get censored on certain sites or outright disabled, like YouTube?

Gab Dissenter creates an alternative comments section for every page on the web.
So instead of the manicured comments section that they want you to see, you get to see the raw uncensored comments from all users.

It was a genius idea, until both Chrome and Firefox removed the browser extension from their app stores for stupid reasons.
But Gab then built their own browser to circumvent that, and it's growing rapidly.

I think people are just tired of being told what content they can and can't consume, being lectured at about what's "misinformation" and what's not, being condescended at with "fact checks," etc.
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12 Feb
It's this type of naivete that brought us to where we are today.

No, taking the vaccine won't bring us back to normal.

Governments are all drunk on power now.

They'll never just give it up.

Just like privacy and air travel are never the same again post-9/11.
I hate the "just cooperate" bunch.

If everyone just bent over and took it, we'd be living in a dictatorship within 24 hours.

You have no idea how many people died over hundreds of years to give us these inalienable rights.
If you want to cooperate, do it.

Don't have to force the rest of us to.

Want to stay home? Do it.

Wear 3 masks? Do it.

Jab yourself with the vaccine? Do it.

Just don't force others to do it against their will.
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4 Feb
One lesson I learned today is you're better off picking a side in American politics, at least you'll have some friends.

If you're a reasonable centrist, you're technically not "with them," so you're "against them."

From here on now, I'm whatever the room I'm in is politically.
Political discourse is so tiring.

It attracts the lowest, basest creatures of humanity -- it takes no domain knowledge or experience or even baseline intellect whatsoever to have a political opinion.

It's natural that no high-quality discourse can arise from such a crowd.
Want a contrast?

I was waxing lyrical about the $GME fiasco just days ago.

Endless tweets from my end with the same candor and fervor.

Not a squeak.

It's because the prerequisite knowledge to even grasp such discourse is a natural barrier-of-entry to participation.
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4 Feb
The greatest irony of America:

The Nazi flag-waving conservatives are actually the least-Nazi -- they're pro-guns, pro-free speech, anti-authoritarianism.

The rainbow flag-waving liberals are actually the most-Nazi -- they're anti-guns, anti-free speech, pro-authoritarianism.
Most liberals would actually be on the wrong side of history if they were transported back to 1935 Germany.

They would be the ones cheering the government on as they confiscated guns, banned Jews from public places, and interned the communists in concentration camps.
Don't think you're one of the good guys if you're on the left.

You're not.

Conservatives aren't angels either, but they have way less in common with the National Socialists than you.
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3 Feb
One of the biggest challenges I face as a solo entrepreneur starting a product business is competition.

Since the internet is global, I'm not only facing international competition but, being a one-man operation, I also face competition from real companies with unlimited funding.
These corporations have had years' of a head start:

-Their product is farther along;

-Their partnerships/distribution channels are established;

-Dozens or even hundreds of employees vs. me alone;

-Millions $$$ in their coffers;

-All the marketing/branding goodwill, etc.
Remember, if what you're doing has a market, COMPANIES WILL COMPETE WITH YOU.

Don't assume that, because you picked a niche market, no one will come and fight with you for a slice of the pie.

Even Goliaths like Google ventured into things as niche as A/B testing tools.
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23 Jan
I hate it when people say they "settled" for their partner.

Guys, girls, don't matter.

Bitch, you didn't "settle" for no one.

That IS your standard.

If you could have done better, wouldn't you have done better?

Obviously you would.
You think your partner is beneath you, yet you can't do better.

Well guess what?

By definition, that's just your best standard, the best you can pull.

So don't say you "settled" for him/her.

What it is is that you accepted the best option that you had at that time.
It especially grinds my gears when girls say "I was getting older, so I decided to settle for that nice guy."

Bitch, you didn't settle for no one.

You picked the best romantic option you had at the moment.

Out of the pool of guys who would MARRY you, you picked the best one.
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23 Jan
Here's the thing.

An mRNA vaccine probably won't change your DNA.

(Technically it can if coupled with the right reverse transcriptase enzyme, but let's stay on track.)
But it's not the same as your regular vaccine that contains antigens (e.g. dead bacteria, virii, surface proteins, surface sugars, etc.) to train your white blood cells to produce antibodies.
The more accurate term for this Covid-19 vaccine is gene therapy.

It introduces foreign genetic material into your cells' cytoplasm and utilizes your cell apparatus like ribosomes, etc. to translate that RNA into spike proteins found on the Covid-19 virus surface.
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21 Jan
Collectively, these 3 war criminals have been responsible for starting more than a dozen of wars, mostly in the Middle East.

Former POTUS @realDonaldTrump started a grand total of ZERO wars. πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ
The left one heavily bombed the Serbs in the Bosnia/Kosovo crisis of the 90s.

His Secretary of State even said that murdering 500,000 Iraqi children was "worth it."

Cruel bastards.
The middle one will always be remembered for starting the Afghanistan War (2001) and Iraq War (2003).

Trillions of dollars wasted, thousands of American lives lost over false claims of "weapons of mass destruction."

National debt skyrocketed.
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16 Jan
I hate it when people compare big tech censorship to the gay wedding cake bakery case.

Really, comparing multi-trillion dollar oligopolistic mega-corporations with revenues dwarfing the majority of nation states' GDP... to a local small business with a 6-figure turnover? πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ
And we're not even talking about the same thing.

A wedding cake is trivial and optional.

The right to speak up and be heard, the only practical way to disseminate ideas in today's lockdown smartphone age?

That's not so trivial and definitely not optional.
Whoever controls the airwaves controls the world, period.

The fundamental prerequisite of any functioning democracy is a free flow of information based on which its citizenry can then make informed voting decisions.

You lose that, you have no democracy.

You have an autocracy.
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15 Jan
I have enormous respect for sex work/OnlyFans.

I do believe sex workers provide an essential service for lonely men who simply can't get intimacy the normal way... to put it kindly.

It's extremely lucrative and also gives power back to the sex worker, not the studios/agents.
The only problem with it is that it takes a massive toll on one's self-esteem.

If you sell well, great, cool.

If you don't, it's hard not to feel like you're a worthless loser.

You literally went all out, so to speak, and you still failed to make enough to pay for rent.
Contrast this to selling products you make.

Sure, it might not sell well too.

But at least there's a layer of abstraction that separates your creation from you, the person.

You can at least convince yourself it's your product that's problematic and needs tweaking, not you.
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14 Jan
Republicans: "Let Trump finish his term."

Corporations: "We will not be donating money to your party."

Republicans: "Trump must be impeached."
Noam Choamsky was right.

There's only 1 party in the US, with 2 factions (Republican and Democrat).

And that party is the Corporatist Party.
Every government entity has tremendous checks and balances.

The White House, federal agencies, the Supreme Court, Congress, state governments, local governments, etc.

Power is distributed and under tremendous scrutiny.

And all of them are bound by oath to the Constitution.
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14 Jan
I know it's popular wisdom that you should move on if a girl rejects you.

But I find this to be suboptimal or even wrong.

The only exception is if she starts ignoring your texts.

However, if she still responds and says she's busy when you ask her out, you still have a chance.
From my personal experience, girls might genuinely be busy with their lives, not feeling it that night/week, seeing other dudes, etc.

It's your job as a man not to overreact if she says no, gives an excuse, or even agrees yet flakes at the last minute.
In fact, I never ever reply whenever that happens.

I don't even give them a reaction.

I just wait a few more days, ask them to come over again, as if nothing happened.

I take it all in stride and stick to the game plan.

There's no room for emotions in the game.
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13 Jan
When you work for a company, you need to prove yourself by constantly making noise, or else your boss will think you don't care.

It really should be about your work, what you do, and what you deliver.

But in my experience, surviving a job requires some degree of politics.
Unfortunately, it's not enough to just work.

You need to fake your emotions to look like you care more than everyone else.

And for that, you need to constantly make noise.

In-person, in a meeting, on a Zoom meeting, etc.

Everywhere where your boss is looking.
This is definitely a big reason why corporate jobs are so ridiculous sometimes.

Instead of working, people make noise by faking interest, because they feel they have to.

Your boss is faking it for her boss, the boss of your boss is faking it, so you have to fake it too.
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11 Jan
Which Big Tech company is the hardest to boycott?
Do note that Google owns Android and YouTube, among others.

Do note that Facebook owns Instagram and WhatsApp.

Do note that Amazon owns Whole Foods and Twitch.

Do note that Apple owns of course the entire iOS ecosystem, including iTunes.
I can get rid of Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp today.

I don't use Apple products as a matter of principle. Score.

Amazon is easy to look for alternatives, as I don't shop that much.

Google... Ugh. 😳
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11 Jan
One of the must-use marketing strategies these days is built-in virality.

Let your customers advertise for you indirectly as they use your product.

Hotmail used to do this with a "get your free Hotmail account" boilerplate.

Apple does this with "Sent from my iPhone."
This strategy is especially important if you're a solo entrepreneur and can't dedicate enough time to marketing without ignoring the product.

When you tie your marketing directly to product usage, all you have to focus on is making a delightful product that people want to use.
That should free you up some time.

Oh, also use your own product daily.

You have to eat your own dogfood to improve it.

Plus nobody is a better ambassador of your own product than yourself.

The founder has to fully believe and stand by the value of his product.
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11 Nov 20
Do the real thing.

Whatever your goal is, do the real thing.

Don't do fake things to prepare for the real thing, while fooling yourself that you're making progress in the real thing.

You're not.

I'll explain to you what I mean.

[THREAD] πŸ‘‡
Back in high school, we had a physical fitness test called the NAPFA 2.4km run.

To prepare for it, guess what I did?

I ran 2.4km every day on a treadmill in an air-conditioned gym.

I was making excellent time on the treadmill, hitting 9-minute times consistently.

I was ready.
Well the day of the test arrived, and I was determined to get the best time in my class.

Guess what happened?

I gassed out like 5-6 minutes into it.

Despite leading the race for much of it, I saw people from the back overtaking me while I was forced to walk the final stretch.
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31 Oct 20
We don't like to acknowledge that we judge people by their looks and dish out different treatments based on it, because it's admitting that we're shallow assholes.

We'd rather blame our mistreatment of unattractive people on their "bad personalities."
That way, we're not the bad guys, it's just a defense mechanism against their so-called bad personalities.

Which is a total cop-out/rationalization.

Truth is we perceive attractive people to have good personalities, even when they actually don't.

And vice-versa, obviously.
An ugly guy who's confident will be accused of being "cocky," "uppity," "faking it," "try-hard," etc.

A hot guy who's confident will be perceived as, well, exuding true confidence.

But guess what?

It's the exact same personality trait, just expressed by different people.
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18 Sep 20
Very few understand that Tinder and OnlyFans go hand in hand.

Tinder is the worst thing that could have happened to your average Joe, as it creates extreme outcomes for men in the dating market.

You're either drowning in pussy, or you become an invisible incel.

[THREAD] πŸ‘‡
Why does Tinder create extreme outcomes for men?

Because it democratizes dating and allows everyone to be within reach from the comfort of our own homes.

Women no longer have to limit themselves to their local neighborhood, college, workplace, or bar to meet men.
And since women are the choosers, the most attractive men on Tinder now have more options than ever before.

These men are the most reluctant to settle down that they've been, because their dating options are now LIMITLESS.

It's the best thing since sliced bread for them!
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