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Youtube has algorithms that can identify key words, in a video so it wouldn't even be hard to find videos like this and report them. They need to be held to account as to why this person and others have made video after video that shows them to be threats even to themselves and/or others, yet nobody got him the help. by Pikachu in Ranting Thu Nov 15 7:57 PM
I think establishments should, not discrimnate but choose their own views about how they do things so people with certain beliefs can still maintain certain environments and it leaves the choice with people. While discrimination should be shunned policies can vary especially in education. Peoples beliefs are varied and hopefully states will cater to such.
Because of this and other things they should loosen school zoning restrictions. by Skeezy in Ranting Tue Nov 13 4:29 PM
I've been playing Dragon Quest XI for about two months. I'm nearing the end of the "second act" of the game. I've heard there are three.
This is certainly my favorite Dragon Quest game. These are old-school RPGs, with turn-based combat and lots of story and NPC dialogue. Lots of minigames - the casino is the best iteration yet, with Slime Slots being the most fun I've ever had setting a game on autoplay. The characters are fairly ranged, going from the conventional Hero and the thief friend Erik to a mysterious flamboyant juggler, a princess-turned-martial-artist, twin magicians, and others. by Sonic# in Mixed Media Mon Nov 12 7:37 PM
Engineering is one of the coolest jobs in the world, but there are so many disciplines it can be a little daunting to choose one for yourself! I wasn't happy with the existing quizzes, they were mostly way too direct (do you like bridges or wires? uh...) or way too career-spammy, and they were all way too serious. So with that in mind I took some personality traits and kinda did my best attempt at mapping them to engineering fields. It's not scientific or accurate because it really doesn't matter, engineers do so many things and move around so much there's no way to predict what path you'll end up on... so relax! This point of this test is to combine the fun of a personality quiz with the usefulness of a career test... hey look at that, fun AND useful? It's getting engineer-y already! Mon Nov 12 3:00 AM
Does anyone get a box or magazine subscription for their kid? Any you would recommend?
My mom had the idea of giving my kid Little Passports but they don't ship to Finland. Kiwico has a similar line that will come here, but there's still the concern about how well they're teaching about different cultures, how much does it other and ignore colonialism? Does it cross the line from appreciating world cultures into consuming cultures for entertainment?
Whenever I sing, usually for some holiday event, someone comments that I have a good voice. My musical training was exclusively through music classes in elementary and middle school, so on a good day I can identify notes on a sheet and ding them out on a piano. So I don't know if I'm in key. by Sonic# in Random Sat Nov 3 3:47 PM
I'd have actually put up the mirror in my guest bathroom. We're renting, and the situation has been otherwise good (prompt care for A/C and other maintenance requests), but it's so weird to move in and find the guest bathroom mirror on the living room floor. by Sonic# in Random Sat Nov 3 3:44 PM
I remember attending a convention panel where Kepler was being discussed. It hadn't been launched yet.
What I love: how fine the evidence is. The actual Kepler images are basically capturing light from stars: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/02/329161main_fullFFIHot300.png . It's the interpretations of changes in light and artists' renditions that give them life. by Sonic# in Science & Technology Thu Nov 1 6:11 PM