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Cake day: June 18th, 2023


  • Depends on the how lean of a mix you use too. I use fattier ground beef for tacos (80:20 lean to fat) and drain the fat after browning. I find that with that ratio draining doesn’t dry out the beef at all. The other key I’ve found is to cover the serving dish with the beef, while it’s sitting between being scooped for servings. Seems to dry out much faster if left exposed to open air

  • What they really want is their base to think “the big bad fda is trying to control them.”

    This way, when their party dismantles the fda (in the interest of no longer regulating corporations on animal treatment or food or drug quality) their supporters cheer, as the food they are sold increases in price for continuous drop in quality and safety.

    Followed by the unregulated sale of placebo drugs making unrequited claims with with no studies on health or side effects required, the banning of generics, so on and so forth

  • There’s a reason it’s one of the main strategies in this book:


    Which heavily influnce(d|s) Russia’s use of social media to attempt to destabilize the US both socially and politically

    Russia should use its special services within the borders of the United States and Canada to fuel instability and separatism against neoliberal globalist Western hegemony, such as, for instance, provoke “Afro-American racists” to create severe backlash against the rotten political state of affairs in the current present-day system of the United States and Canada.

    Russia should "introduce geopolitical disorder into internal American activity, encouraging all kinds of separatism and ethnic, social, and racial conflicts, actively supporting all dissident movements – extremist, racist, and sectarian groups, thus destabilizing internal political processes in the U.S.

    It would also make sense simultaneously to support isolationist tendencies in American politics".

  • Philosophical take.

    We can. We figured out how. Thousands of humans fly every day across the planet faster than any bird. We can also live in environments we were definitely not designed to whether it’s with clothing, fire, or advanced HVAC systems. And we’ve pushed that further with our own little atmospheres under the sea or in space.

    Evolution didn’t stop with us. It is us. Evolution, in trying every possible permutation landed on an organism that adapts the world around it, rather than waiting generations to adapt to the world around it.

    Now it’s a matter of if our social and societal evolution will see us succeed or end in failure. If we don’t solve the climate crises we created, if we end up murdering each other, if we get smacked by an unforeseen object from space, potentially built by even more advanced evolution, we lost, and evolution will continue. Evolution is us, but far too often we’re too blind to see that gift, and advance responsibly

  • Reminds me of the Ashley Madison leak. Watching the Netflix documentary where there was a class action lawsuit

    In August 2015, after its customer records were leaked by hackers, a $576 million class-action lawsuit was filed against the company.

    In July 2017, the parent company of Ashley Madison agreed to pay $11.2 million to settle the class action lawsuit filed on behalf of the approximately 37 million users whose personal details were leaked

    Lol cost of doing business, a write off by their accounting department

  • My intention wasn’t to dismiss your argument. I think having to experience advertising in each corner of existence is the farthest dystopian we’ve come. I moreso meant that the entire system is broken, perhaps humanity is. I feel like today if I pick a group of 10 random people, 9 of them would be willing to step on their fellow humans if it meant they could get ahead. And that seems to be the cornerstone of not only capitalism, but the hyper-capitalism we see today. We’ve really reached a peak of “fuck everyone else I’ll get my own” and I hate it. So I mean that to a franchise owner struggling against a multinational trillion dollar fuel conglomerate, yes it’s a no brainer. They take the pittances just as they fuck over their employees who also take the pittances, it’s shit all the way down