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- Jul 18, 2018
Random question: what do you do when a homeless, young, healthy guy begs you for money or food in the supermarket parking lot? Do you ever give them something, say no, lie that you'll buy them food only to hope you'll sneak out without them seeing you (lol), ask the supermarket employees to call the police?
I always think that if they're healthy and young, they can easily find some kind of work. So by giving them stuff I essentially sponsor their laziness and make their lives even worse (because if they keep getting stuff, they'll never stop begging). I can understand helping out an elderly or sick person though even then, often it's unfortunately a part of a gang scheme, not just a single person struggling.
Isn't that strategy mentioned on your YouTube channel some years ago?
The fact that you're asking about a strategy with a 10 year time horizon in a book that was released 6 weeks ago tells me that you don't really understand how the strategy works
About once a year, I get up the courage to try linux because everyone says it’s sooooooo fricking much better, and I get the distribution that everyone likes and I install it on usually my laptop first.I disabled all Windows telemetry and the privacy stuff from my PC. I moved to Brave browser, and I'm using DuckDuckGo. I'm also going to move from Gmail to Protonmail soon.
I'd move to Linux, but man, I'm not ready to give up videogame nights with friends. Rough life.
On an unrelated note, don't these look awful and overpriced? Could you do something similar but better with a raspberry? Random idea lol.
I've seen this outlining how it could be made. Maybe I'll try to build one for myself just for the heck of it. I'm awful at manual things, so it'll be a great learning experience.
yes, it's a very cool game.
Did you see Kanye West’s “DONDA” listening party in Atlanta? The legendary artist reportedly generated more than $1 million in ticket revenue with just 72 hours notice, 0 promotion, and no actual performance. It’s surprising what you can pull off when you have a cult following like Kanye.
If you haven’t heard of NSO’s “Pegasus” spyware you should look it up.
A couple of things stand out to me. The biggest of which is that they are selling this to governments around the world. Governments that are no doubt making them sign super tight nondisclosures. It wouldn‘t surprise me if the US government, by way of the NSA, was working on implementing Pegasus and having back door access to every phone in America.
It can infiltrate the iPhones and androids of even the most security conscious without even clicking something. Right now it sounds like it goes through what’s app and iMessage. It goes without saying, delete WhatsApp and turn off iMessage, for now.
Once it is in your phone, it literally can do anything. Listen, watch, steal your information.
Right now there’s not much we can do, but remember that Apple has been telling even the world governments to piss off for years. They have a great track record for privacy. They’ll patch it, but it isn’t patched yet. Keep your stuff updated.
Indeed. However, Pegasus did pose a threat to a wider net of people. They certainly made it easier for the government to spend a lot less money and gain access. The cool part is that every time something like this happens, it’s pretty temporary.The whatsapp and iMessage were the only backdoors that were published. The NSO guys hire some crazy-good programmers right out of the IDF where they do the same thing. If someone powerful wants to get into your android/apple they will and there is nothing you can do unless you go without a cellphone.
They use multiple zero-day exploits meaning apple and android developers don't even know there is a problem to patch. There are millions of dollars on the line (maybe billions?) and the sole reason for this companies to exist is to find and exploit new ways to hack into phones and other devices...Indeed. However, Pegasus did pose a threat to a wider net of people. They certainly made it easier for the government to spend a lot less money and gain access. The cool part is that every time something like this happens, it’s pretty temporary.
I normally switch back and forth between apple and android every year, but went with android for a couple of years straight. Right now, I am really happy with my iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Reports indicate that Apple has likely patched a previously reported vulnerability in its iPhone software with the latest iteration of iOS 14.www.google.com
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