Surprise! New Hangover is up, and it only contains 69% socialist propaganda. Except it doesn’t... because it actually defends the capitalist system. Whoa!
You missed an excellent opportunity to mention the hilarity that is the TF2 virtual hat marketplace, but otherwise there is much good advice here. In my opinion, capitalism is (to use a newer term) very based, but consoomerism is admittedly an embarrassing negative byproduct of it.
I made a Hangover expressing why Internet comment sections are cancer! Please leave a comment expressing your opinion on that.
But, Froge, the comments section of videos is one of the best parts of YouTube, and a source of endless entertainment! https://www.lolwut.info/comp/youtube/youtube-comments.html
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What the fuck lol
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Reading this reaffirmed my conviction to stay off all social media, and even my habit lately of avoiding reading/watching the news. (Thanks, Froge.)
Thank you. Follow my Twitter you coward.
thank u king
Happy trans day of visibility!
After reading both your article and the Wikipedia article, I agree that NFTs are quite silly, and that buying one is, essentially, paying for nothing. (The example you provided with the Mona Lisa is a very good one.) It reminds me of the absurd amounts of real-world money that people pay for useless, purely cosmetic virtual hats in Team Fortress 2, which I have never understood.
The main issue I have with the article is your frequent use of the word "unregulated" in a negative sense. On the contrary, it's better that something should stay gloriously unregulated, and the fact that NFTs are (mostly) unregulated is, so far, the only good thing I can see in them. In one paragraph you speak positively of an "open and free Internet", and keeping away regulations is important for maintaining that.
I would also urge you to have more faith in bitcoin, as well as cryptocurrencies in general: they're a very quick, easy, and anonymous way to pay, and they were even better some years ago before they were burdened with all these unnecessary regulations. Let there be freedom!
I'm glad I fulfilled my purpose of making you feel old
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