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Eheran @lemmy.world
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Fuck oil.
  • The green party in Germany is still happy that they finally managed to get the last nuclear reactors offline. In April 2023. Imagine fighting something for 50 years and never adjusting your world view at all despite the masses of new data or "new" issues.

  • 'It's inhumane.' Despite how hot it is, Tennessee renters don't have a right to air conditioning
  • Yes, sure. Nobody says otherwise. But air for breathing is there regardless of AC, so I did not see how that is connected. Someone else said they just call AC "air" there, which explains it partly, but obviously you still do not need AC for breathing. That is in no way connected. You can breath super cold and super hot air without a problem.

  • 'It's inhumane.' Despite how hot it is, Tennessee renters don't have a right to air conditioning
  • Interesting. Never heard this, at least explains part of that quote.

    But I get downvoted for asking, while the US people (as is usual) expect people to know some regional slang. Reminds me of this: TO: "someone was gassed" P1: "Gassed, what kind of gas?" -250 P2: "They were physically tapped, like a car without gas" +170

    Since P1 still did not understand it, people got pissed, even mocking for asking, while the explanation of P2 actually contradicts the real meaning but gets massive upvotes (relative to usual numbers in that sub). You do not need to take my word for it, this is where it starts (who I call TO): link here

  • The EU are voting on Chat Control this Wednesday 19th June
  • I have to strongly disagree, you overestimate what people know/can/want to do. Some, sure, but not the majority. They either stay ignorant or are too lazy. Just look at add blocker usage. I can not even imagine to live without them, but here we are, I am the tiny minority! Most either do not care or are too stupid or somehow happen to not know about them.

  • Terry Pratchett: Why does Dodger scratch "Kaspar" in the carriage?

    In "Dodger" by Terry Pratchett: Why does Dodger scratch "Kaspar" in the carriage of the embassy before setting everything on fire? There is no character I know with that name and if he just randomly picks a German(?) name, why should it remind anyone of him then?

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