of hot soup
in my belly"
Тут @firstname.lastname@example.org прислал скрин из Hitman 3, а там просто мой муд на всю жизнь (внимание на синюю надпись)
ЗА НАМИ ПРИШЛИ (временный ролик для своих)
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#образование #просвещение #глупость #чиновники
not gonna be surprised if the zoomers, or whatever the generation that's studing in schools and universities right now is called, end up all contributing to our scientific understanding of the world in the way no previous generation ever has
politics question, uk/eu pol
so, this whole brexit situation in many ways depended on the european union's position that free movement of goods, services and capital must also be supplemented with free movement of people.
and i understand the moral argument: immigration restrictions are bad, and if free trade can be an incentive to establish free immigration in a country, that's good.
but is there a purely political/economical argument for it as well? i don't think an organization as big as the european union, which includes nations all the way from spain to hungary, really has a singular ethical position on immigration. did the e.u. actually have something to gain from making sure europeans could freely enter and leave the u.k. (or as freely as possible given it wasn't in the schengen area)?
are the first three free movements actually incomplete or smth without the fourth? could the e.u. function if it were only concerned with free movement of goods, services and capital and _not_ people?
the problem i imagine is: without control either by the state or by a large corporation, would it be possible to link all the required industries together (resource extraction, production of necessary chips and components, etc.)?
and it's not even about all the exploitation that goes into producing one right now -- i believe it is possible (if less profitable) to produce a modern device purely locally w/o relying on conflict materials and stuff like that.
so, an early prototype of "ducktales" for the nes was found, and it has a way different menu theme: https://tcrf.net/Proto:DuckTales_(NES)/Feb_5,_1989
given that the final game reuses the menu theme for the level clear and the ending, i think the earlier tune fits the latter way better.
like, i'm pretty sure the n.s.a. wouldn't hire someone whose public position is that edward snowden's leaks are good (which they are, btw).
attack and dethrone god by not enshrining it in the russian federation's constitution