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65
  ·  10 days ago

I'm gonna leave this here and slowly walk away.
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73
  ·  9 days ago

LOL. Seen that too much.

74
  ·  10 days ago

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60
  ·  9 days ago

@stellabelle you never cease to amaze me.

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74
  ·  9 days ago

I found that GIF on giphy.

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60
  ·  9 days ago

Ok... thanks.

65
  ·  10 days ago

geniusness! new word for this!

67
  ·  10 days ago

Funny time with @tuck-fheman! Resteemed for more fun!

73
  ·  9 days ago

*Cue Curb Your Enthusiasm soundtrack*

42
  ·  9 days ago

Sadly, it's not "human nature." It's programming.

69
  ·  10 days ago

The small fish couldn't afford rocket-carrying drones, but that didn't stop them:


Last time I post this picture, promise. Pineapple courtesy of @bkkshadow.

69
  ·  10 days ago

This is so sad as well as so true.
Bad human nature...Bad!!

Utopias would be so much easier if it just didn't require actually having people in them. Lol

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62
  ·  9 days ago

Dont worry about that. The robots have a plan for us ;)

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74
  ·  10 days ago

the part that sort of makes my stomach turn is the word, "service".
"Invention" should probably be used in its place.

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69
  ·  9 days ago

True that. And the "Dan has an unusual history", all hail the new interim CTO, in the announcement by Ned also irked me. Maybe it's just me, I tend to read all CEO announcements in cynical mode.

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74
  ·  9 days ago

yup

65
  ·  10 days ago

What software did you make this comic with? That was hilarious!

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72
  ·  10 days ago

Thanks, Photoshop.

25
  ·  9 days ago

It was unbelievable to see so many people cheering to him in the comment section of his farewell post treating him like a genius (well, he's kind of a genius....genius at scamming and running away with other people's money...) I mean there still some much cognitive dissonance going on in this community that it just amazes me. It was so freaking obvious from the beginning: you have a guy with a serial scammer background who instamines these tokens in the beginning, then pumps up by making big promises and then steals even more money by upvoting his own content. Not to mention that he even changed the power-down cool-down just so he (and his group) could exit from this shitcoin at a faster rate. The whole idea of Steemit was so obvious ponzi right from the beginning. This guy should not be treated as a some kind of king in cryptospace but one of the biggest con man and scammer of all time.

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68
  ·  9 days ago

his reputation spans 7 years, tens of thousands of posts and lines of code, promises made and delivered on. you can always spin a story from a select set of thoughts you knit together, but it won't change the mountain of facts that speak to his genius, determination and moral intensity. being quick to find flaws with people who strive to burn brightly must be a terrible inner voice that restricts freedom to make mistakes and live fully.