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Junior testified in the fraud case in NY. It went something like

"It wasn't me. I don't know anything about business. Smarter people told me where to sign my name. Are these your pants? Cause I'm not sure whose they are. I'm just a chimp in a borrowed suit. Where's my coke? How could someone loan me a suit without some coke in it?

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When your Dalek wants to dress up as something scarry for Halloween.

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Take a minute to process this: the same people who want business owners to have the right to refuse to bake cakes for gay people want business owners to NOT be allowed to display gay pride flags in their own store fronts, so the argument that it was about the personal rights of small business owners is clearly bullshit, which we all knew.

GOP lawmakers take aim at LGBTQ+ ‘safe places’ program in small Florida town |

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You are all beautiful. Thank you for being around to keep me sane and enlighten me.

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On Aug 29, 1961: Bob Moses Brutally Beaten While Registering Black Voters in Mississippi

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The Capitalist Oligarchy

There is no horror, cruelty, sacrilege, perjury, no impersonation, no infamous transaction, no cynical robbery, no bold plunder, or shabby betrayal that has not been done or is not being done every day by the representatives of Capitalism under the excuse of “for our stockholders.”

#capitalism #oligarchy

completely discrete memory block from the return-vector stack (with guard pages), if only to fully eliminate that particular exploit attack surface.

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@pjakobs @kentindell @NRDSLR @kenshirriff
RISC-type designs often implement load/store+update as an "addressing mode", where the update part is an arbitrary offset (useful for scanning through small structs). x86 is somewat severely limited in that it can only scan scalars and only using the dedicated registers.

Hell, you can use any RISC-design register like a SP/BP – the day has come that the data content of the stack should be a

@AlliFlowers did you see this story? l mean yeah Birmingham is a long way away, but still. You gotta get the hell outta Mordor.

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Today is the Day of Remembrance for the Japanese American community. 81 years ago today, when I was just a boy of four, FDR signed Executive Order 9066, setting in motion the evacuation of people of Japanese descent from the West Coast and our long years of internment inside ten barbed wire prison camps.

We must never let such a thing happen again in America, and and we must strive everywhere to prevent the forced relocation and mass incarceration of innocent people. #NeverForget #NeverAgain

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