Like I love the chorus I find my self singing hwiparam sometimes. Jennie and Lisa raps are immaculate and are really catchy. The queen jisoo is of course shining as always in this video and her hey boy at the beginning still get me. Rose vocals are absolutely beautiful. I love just love the vibe of the song and think it’s the best blackpink has released. I think this might be unpopular cause I think at lot of peoples favourite is lovesick girls or DDDD
A friend of mine is starting a project that tries to sneak some anarchist (specially mutualist) ideas like mutual aid into the startup/maker ecosystem. These are heavily anti-political people and buy into "anarchism/communism bad" ideology hard (but "ancaps" are okay lol), so we are trying to think of some language to put into the project description and as copy to signal to fellow Anarchists what we are about without scaring away the libs. Plausible deniability=> anarchist dog whistles
Seriously, he is singing the song 3-6 hours a day, for 3 weeks now. We've made cookies shaped like Ireland. We've played it and listened to every version on Spotify and watched at least 100 versions on YouTube and he's still totally into the song. So I was hoping to surprise him with the ability to actually talk to someone in County Down or nearby who can talk to him about Ireland and play the song for him on an Irish instrument. Doubly amazing would be an Irish language speaker.
Where could I find someone like this? And what would be a reasonable price for this? $50 for one hour?
What's all this?
Rebekah Jones? COVID data? Florida state shenanigans? Quick recap of the original events for those out of the loop.
Yesterday, Forbes named geographer and former Florida COVID-19 data curator Rebekah Jones its “Technology Person of the Year.” Jones said she was fired for being too transparent in regards to COVID-19 numbers and refusing to manipulate data.
Jones was also the target of a sudden and arguably unnecessarily hostile police raid, which Jones had recorded and uploaded to their Twitter account.
Today, /r/technology has weighed in with their reactions to Forbes' announcement, their thoughts on Jones' previous public record, clashing opinions about what it actually means to be a "technology person", and random political rants:
Jones not "tech" enough for the subreddit:
Despite this award being related to COVID, it's time for /r/technology users to switch gears and weigh in on her mental health and previous transgressions
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