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Posted in: Do you think tech giants like Google, Facebook, Twitter, Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and YouTube have too much control over what people see and read? See in context

There is nothing stopping the users from researching all areas of the internet

It's different when they are actively trying to take over all areas of the internet so they can force their views on everyone. There is very little competition to Google's web browser and they control the information there too, often extremely liberal bias.

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Posted in: Gal Gadot 'whitewashing' row sparks Cleopatra history debate See in context

Stories like this are annoying because they allow the extremist far-right to dismiss all minority concerns as trivial frippery.

"Everyone I disagree with is an extremist"

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Posted in: Broadway shutdown due to virus extended again until May 30 See in context

Masks and tests abound. The best chance these guys have of opening is to have Biden elected so the media stops focusing on Corona in the US.

That's just about the only way the media will ever shut up about the virus. If we get 4 more years of Trump it won't be him doing the damage, it will be the media scaring people and then blaming Trump for it.

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Posted in: Afro-textured hair in Japan: Decolonizing the Afro See in context

Why does the author have to mention "demolishing eurocentric ideals of beauty and decolonizing the afro"? As if one culture is better or worse than another? Can we please get past all this anti-white b.s. We all enough space in our heads to love EVERY culture.

The amount of dislikes on your comment proves that these people are generally brainwashed to hate their own race

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Posted in: Meiji brings back much-loved Tea and Biscuits flavor ice cream tubs See in context

It was made in a lab, not a kitchen.

Welcome to 99% of packaged products.

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Posted in: Q&A: Where are we in the COVID-19 vaccine race? See in context

Same as everything you eat and drink if it was examined with the extremely sensitive tests that are used to corroborate the purity of vaccines. If you think very low levels are enough a reason to reject the vaccine the only logical thing would be to reject also every kind of food or drink you may take.

Did you really just suggest that because human and monkey fetal material is in many consumer products that it's ok

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Posted in: New Zealand PM says 'we beat the virus again' See in context

absolute insanity that millions of people need to follow restrictions put in place over a slightly worse cold. clown world.

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