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MrDynamicMan

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    MrDynamicMan got a reaction from Ben17 in How to Link Discord to Your Forum Account   
    I might be retarded but I can't sync it on mobile? 
    Edit: am retarded 
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    MrDynamicMan got a reaction from paddy-stone in Amazon discontinues $200 Kindle Voyage eBook Reader   
    I still use my kindle when out and about, but typically only on holidays or at home. I prefer the lack of backlight and the battery is a big draw too.
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to Dabombinable in List Of Games Supporting Raytracing   
    Ok. With PUBG on that list, truckloads of salt are needed.
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to Trik'Stari in Google employees protest work on censored search engine for China   
    It's almost as if communism is one of (if not the absolute most) the most evil forms of governance ever devised. Because it is the religion of government as god. At least if you're going by the standards of number of people killed, human rights violations, etc.
     
    Communism gets away with their shit because they claim "the greater good" and present an unrealistic vision of what they actually do. While vilifying and demonizing any detractors in a very fascist way (which would be hilarious if it weren't so fucked up).
     
    I'd agree if it wasn't for the absolute monopoly that is Youtube and Google, Twitter and Facebook, etc. They check all the boxes to qualify as "public space" IMHO and therefore should absolutely be held to the standard of free speech. Either that or have to admit their bias upfront in an EU style "our policies have changed" manner.
     
    Ignoring this style of censorship will essentially give more power over the population to these companies than our governments actually have. Our populations are willingly apart of these companies, and have become dependent upon them to be informed. Giving said companies the ability to decide what said people see, will essentially be giving them more power to control the population than has ever been witnessed in human history, at least in terms of sheer numbers.
     
    I'm sorry but when things are bad enough or have a bad enough outlook that you have me of all people speaking up for government regulation, you've crossed a damned line.
     
     
    If I were in some seat of government in the US currently I'd be 100% proposing some kind of action against google that would amount to financial harm equal to whatever the Chinese government is potentially offering them, or whatever they potentially stand to gain financially from a presence in China if they don't already have one.
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to EarthWormJM2 in Google employees protest work on censored search engine for China   
    By your definition, no, it is not censorship... 

     
    But by the actual definition of censorship, what YouTube does by suppressing those videos that they think are politically unacceptable to them is a form of censorship. You don't have to be able to be jailed and it doesn't have to come down from a government agency for it to be censorship. 
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to Taf the Ghost in Google employees protest work on censored search engine for China   
    All of the major Tech Companies get massive contracts from the Government, so the whole "there's a big wall between the Tech Companies and the Government" has always been false. There's also the little issue of how most of them got a start with funding from the CIA's Venture Capital fund.
     
    But the real one that blows a hole in the argument is the DoJ case against Microsoft in the 90s. Everyone got the message: you better pay the danegeld or the Government will destroy your business. It makes all of the Big Tech into quasi-government agencies, a bit like a military contractor. 
     
    Welcome to the way the world actually works. Big Government & Big Business are just different job descriptions & skill sets, there's no bright line between them.
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to HarryNyquist in Google employees protest work on censored search engine for China   
    <<YOUR SOCIAL SCORE HAS DECREASED. PLEASE REPORT TO THE NEAREST SCORECENTER FOR REEDUCATION>>
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to TrigrH in Valve accidentally leaks their upcoming Twitch competitor Steam.tv   
    inb4
    http://steam.tv/hl3/
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to Vode in RTX 20 Series Cards Confirmed With Pricing   
    1) Paper launch.
     
    2) 1200 bucks for a cut down die.
     
    Nice. PC gamers starting to get the D from Nvidia.
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to Dylanc1500 in Flying car named "Blackfly" a game changer?   
    The train on its way to imagination station.
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to Lurick in Facebook allows NASA child slave colony on Mars posts   
    Eventually it will run so efficiently that all the physical labor will be done by a single Australian man!
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to Syntaxvgm in Facebook allows NASA child slave colony on Mars posts   
    All I know is a person that is 18 in martian years is probably about 33 ish in earth years, so they really probably aren't children by earth standards, so this is certainly fake news. 
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to Syntaxvgm in Facebook allows NASA child slave colony on Mars posts   
    they shouldn't ban anything. Fuck em. If people wanna believe people are space enslaving children on mars, fuck em. Low gravity is easier labor anyway 
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to TacoSenpai in Facebook allows NASA child slave colony on Mars posts   
    I'll take the potentially unpopular opinion here.  Why should I let Facebook...no anyone for that matter tell me what is fake news?  Are they basically trying to tell the individual that they are incapable of doing that themselves and we need Big Brother Zucc to do it for us?
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to rcmaehl in Facebook allows NASA child slave colony on Mars posts   
    Sources:
    Tech Crunch
    Business Insider
     
    TL;DR:
    Despite attempting to combat "fake news" Facebook has refused to ban Infowars in fear that it would create a Martyr in the conspiracy community
     
    Quotes/Excerpts:
     
    My thoughts:
    I can understand allowing Satire such as TheOnion on Facebook, even with Facebook marking it as Satire nowadays. However, obvious repeat offenders of obvious Conspiracy theories should not be allowed.
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to AntiTrust in Thieves Steal $27K Worth of Devices From California Apple Store   
    27000$ stolen? did they get one lightning cord?
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to potoooooooo in Thieves Steal $27K Worth of Devices From California Apple Store   
    You guys have clearly never been in a situation like this before. I can literally guarantee you none of you would do anything either. The entire video is literally only 38 seconds. They were gone long before anything serious could happen, that's literally the entire point of moving so quickly. The fact that that big dude stood at the door is pretty impressive, and he did better than i would have expected given he was shoved by 4 people at the same time.
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to DrMacintosh in In Six Months, 'Fortnite: Battle Royale' Has Cut PUBG's PC Playerbase In Half   
    Don’t build a super generic game and you won’t have to worry about someone else “stealing” your player base 
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to Syntaxvgm in In Six Months, 'Fortnite: Battle Royale' Has Cut PUBG's PC Playerbase In Half   
    Wrong. 
    PUBG cut PUBG's PC Playerbase In Half in 6 Months. 
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to PCGuy_5960 in In Six Months, 'Fortnite: Battle Royale' Has Cut PUBG's PC Playerbase In Half   
    I'mma keep it unreal engine 4 witchu chief, that's not true. 
     
    Fortnite hasn't cut PUBG's player base in half, the reason why a lot of people are quitting PUBG is the bugs and performance/netcode. I mean, dying to desync doesn't feel very nice, I'll tell you that.
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to BurnedPriest in In Six Months, 'Fortnite: Battle Royale' Has Cut PUBG's PC Playerbase In Half   
    It's so funny when I see people saying they went from PUBG to Fortnite. It's like, you're just a casual, maaang.
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to Damirmk in In Six Months, 'Fortnite: Battle Royale' Has Cut PUBG's PC Playerbase In Half   
    I like that part too but the shooting mechanics in PUBG feels better ( to me )
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to AskTJ in Scientists make first 'on demand' entanglement link   
    Hate to be that guy, but a lot of people will be triggered and will post the thread format. You need a source, quote from the article and your own comment on it.
     
     
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to Kanox89 in Nvidia: No next gen graphics cards for a long time   
    This is totally something someone would say, who wants to get rid of their current stock before releasing a new product
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    MrDynamicMan reacted to goodtofufriday in Leaks suggest 3rd Model of Pixel 3 with Midrange Price and Specs   
    My only comment is please have a headphone jack
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