I like hearing from both sides of an issue. When I hear someone make an intelligent point, I like to nod thoughtfully, and then, tilting my head down in thought, lift my hand up, as if to posit some deep question. "You know," I'll say, taking a moment to pause, "I can't help but wonder, what would an insufferable chud think about this?" This indicates that my brilliant, nigh immaculate brain is better than those of others, because I think about both sides of an issue: good, and really not good.
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org https://twitter.com/oshiridesu/status/1268422652856725506
If you capture some footage and want it to spread, please explicitly give permission to redistribute copies. It makes it a lot easier, legally, for people to put it on additional platforms, which makes it more accessible to people and harder to take down.
Using any of the https://creativecommons.org licenses will ensure people have the right to distribute copies. Indicating the license in the video itself (rather than in a description you post) will help with the avoidance of doubt.
a cool thing about donating to bail funds btw: that money isn't one-and-done. unless someone actually doesn't report to court, which almost never happens, that money is returned to the bail fund to be used once again. donating $50 to a bail fund *permanently* gives them an additional $50 to use again and again as that money gets returned to them.
the bigger the pool of money a bail fund has, the more people it can help at once, since ofc your $50 cannot be used to post bail for multiple people at one time.
what a re legs