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Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

When you come across a feel-good thing.

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

Everything is better with a good hug


gelatinous_pellicle

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

When you come across a feel-good thing.

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

Everything is better with a good hug

I'm in this with you.


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Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

Everything is better with a good hug


  1. Maybe someone should tell them that New growth forests are shown to absorb more carbon then old grown forests(1*). Yeah each old growth tree may absorb more carbon(2*), but a new growth forest has more trees to absorb the carbon, and you use the carbon better, instead of it burning up in a fire.

  2. Wow, imagine wanting to cut down something that has taken hundreds of years to grow and of which there are very few left.

  3. This post kind of surprises me how close to home it is. I see people commenting here that are a variety of ages; I don't think this in particular is about how old you are. I'm in my mid-40s and that comes with its own conditions. However I think it's that I'm the only one driving this thing and know where all the pieces are and burdened with all the risks. I don't mean to complain in one sense because it's exactly what I want to be doing. But it has been so all consuming for almost a year now trying to get this thing off the ground. The emotions and challenges are different than what people who work for The Man experience. I've networked with entrepreneurs in the past, but socializing there is sometimes difficult because everyone just wants to either give advice or sell things where I'd rather commiserate.

  4. What is exactly the problem here? Looks like you are on a site called newsmemory.com Is this a complaint about the mobile format not being responsive? For a struggling local paper? I'm over 40 so maybe I just don't have eyes for the issue. Like, seriously.

  5. Ivermectin doesn't have a political stance. It won the Nobel prize in 2015 and is listed as an essential drug by WHO. It's an incredible anti parasitic drug. It's used for animals and humans. Not sure why anyone should be embarrassed over the truth. I am double vaxxed. A lefty, and pro science. If you think that's apologizing for the right, you are politicizing this drug exactly like the right does. You cant see that?

  6. Good filtering criteria. Into conspiracy theories and think you know more than doctors about vaccines? Then your judgment is seriously fucked and you are unfit for the job.

  7. Didn't know about this rally. I would have liked to have gone. I'm literally pro abortion (too many people already) and Planned Parenthood does a billion more things than abortions.

  8. Appreciate the forthrightness in posting your site. My two cent feedback: I read your headline and clicked on the link. I'm not getting paid so I just wanted to get gist here. Takes me about 3 seconds to see if there's anything unique. Didn't see it. Back to school sale? My thoughts- is this a store for college kids- thats a hot trend these days? What?- look at all these categories. Why would I shop here? I'm out.

  9. I see exactly where you are coming from and 100 percent agree. I felt like it was also a bit scattered especially when I want people to be able to buy multiple items that fit their aesthetic without having to browse through too many categories. It's always easier to bring ideas to the table when outside sources like yourself point it out. Much appreciated for your time.

  10. Personally if I'm not shopping at a place from convenience or just very best price what entices me is the sense that there is a person (not an anonymous store) who is curating the products and categories I'm browsing, that there is some underlying rational other than just a store selling things. I say personally, but this is also my professional opinion about how to differentiate an ecommerce experience.

  11. Just give me a postseason appearance so we can break the longest playoff drought in American professional sports.. I mean the Sonics have been in the playoffs more recently lol

  12. I'm quite enjoying the Mariners being the Mariners and never getting to the post season and choking at best in late summer. It's tradition.

  13. You don't need anyone with industry experience. You need someone with a proven track record of growing ecommerce sales through organic and PPC campaigns. The freelance sites are a minefield of fake profiles and offshore people claiming to be in the U.S. and with all kinds of misleading info. I suggest doing some basic research on PPC and SEO companies; hire a firm rather than a freelancer.

  14. I have a business in the complex, called Bailey Hill Industrial complex. Unfortunately it looks like a hash oil explosion, confirmed by investigators I talked with. No businesses there are supposed to be doing any of that, but unfortunately one has and here's what happened. I hope the two young men that were severely burned turn out ok, but this was extremely foolish and reckless of them.

  15. why is butane hash oil extraction still legal? There are much better alternatives for both yield and safety, such as supercritical CO2 extraction. I wonder how the legal proceedings will go, as it may be a case where they might not be properly insured due to the quasi-legal status of cannabis?

  16. Whatever this was it wasn't legal. The tenants claimed to be landscaping company. No this won't be insured so the owners will be on the hook. This will be a criminal case, and whoever the tenant / renter is should get a long jail sentence not just for the property damage and damage to adjacent businesses, but for the sever injuries caused to his two young stupid workers. This was completely ghetto and has no place in Eugene. We have a high quality legal weed market here- do it right and don't cut corners with your butane crap and dangerous illegal industrial setup.

  17. Yep. Tenant in one of those spaces. Fucking sucks, its supposed to be all legit businesses there and a couple of idiots do this. Investigator who interviewed me says "everything I'm seeing looks like a classic [technical term for hash oil] operation". I hope the two fucking idiots who were in there that caused this turn out to only have minor injuries and learn from this. They've put many hard working business owners there in a tough spot.

  18. Headless cms like Zesty and headless commerce like Fabric. Way more control over display/user experience.

  19. How's the learning curve for each of those? Asking as an experienced back-end dev.

  20. Magneto, OpenCart, custom carts. I get the feeling 90% of people here are not devs? Nothing wrong with that, but I wonder what the different roles people have on here, and what percentage of people are drop-shippers. How many people rely mostly on organic sales? How many people have to deal with shipping, especially freight? Hmm, would make a good reddit poll.

  21. These are people who are fighting for their rights as well as yours. We don’t want our freedom of choice take away in order for the governing powers to dictate our health and livelihood.

  22. Right for what? No one is forcing them to be vaccinated, though they should be for public health's sake.

  23. The older we get it can be several years before we see friends. I saw a friend the other day I hadn't seen in maybe two years that had a brain tumor since I'd last seen him. Have had many deep shared conversations with him. His appearance has changed but I knew him well enough to see him as he's always seen himself vs how people see him now. When you get to be middle age or older you have lots of friends that go through life or death that you've been out of touch with.

  24. Friends I used to make fun of racist uneducated conservatives by calling them inbred, but then I watched this video and I literally haven't been the same since.

  25. Oregonian. Drove my young nephew from Kalamazoo to Oregon during pandemic spring 2020. Curious about your route. He was super excited about tornado alley. I was excited to show him the rockies and the desert, especially Nevada. Hopefully you are winding your way through the slowest and most boring (:)) spots. Something about getting through the great plains is a great opportunity. We did Badlands and Wyoming.

  26. Yes because jihadists strapping explosives to their chests and blowing up a crowd of people is exactly the same as not getting a vaccine lmao that's not a reach or anything.

  27. Both result in the death of others. How bout drunk driving? I believe that I can drive safe after drinking way above the limit. Am I an inspiration for following my beliefs?

  28. Drunk driving is against the law. So is blowing people up. Choosing to not get vaccinated is not illegal. At least not yet. Your comparisons are weak.

  29. We could change the law to make it required to get vaccinated. Your critical thinking is weak.

  30. What makes you think I’m upset? Accurately calling out your smugness and self-righteousness doesn’t equate to me being upset.

  31. Hey there now, we can't let facts get in the way of a good old fashioned internet witch hunt.

  32. Dude got roasted by public opinion today with no real info on what happened. Reminds me of Bill Burr's joke about famous people being under the microscope of public opinion.

  33. Sure, but this was a phone call so I’m not sure how the dispatcher would know the color of her skin.

  34. Just have to run more ads. 10-12k/month is very low and I doubt you hit any sort of ceiling. Once you truly hit a ceiling with FB Ads add another marketing channel such as Google. When you hit the ceiling on that add another one snapchat for example.

  35. What are common margins for spending $12k+ a month on FB ads? I manufacture products and also work for a brick and mortar company with online sales. So different then dropshipping, but we barely do any PPC. The thought of spending $10k/mo seems really scary if we don't know what our return would be.

  36. You see the results as you go and scale accordingly. I started at $5 a day and was stressed to the max at that spend lol. Worked my way up to $200k+ a month on FB alone. I don’t have a “budget” if I’m getting a return I’m comfortable with.

  37. Part of what I'm dealing with is selling a product that costs about $1k, so I expect a very low conversation rate, having to lay down a bunch of cash before converting. But it's good to hear from others that it's not stupid to spend so much on ads but actually how the game is played these days.

  38. Prodigy and AOL. IBM PC Junior. 32MB hard drive cost $300 at RadioShack in the mall.

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