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  1. Mr.Maelstrom

    Mr.Maelstrom "Pull up" Belt

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    She's a tripod, her leg had to be amputated after getting it ran over while dashing across the highway in Oklahoma city. Then I adopted her from this sweet family who take in rescues and find them homes.

    She's a sweetie, but she's also lost a limb lol. so she's always slightly cunty when I take pics of her
     
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  2. WklySportsMemes

    WklySportsMemes Purple Belt

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    TY. Her name is Nike.
     
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  3. Kovalev's "Man Bag"

    Kovalev's "Man Bag" I don't do titles

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    Wow. That's terrible what happened to her. She's cute for sure though and she reminds me a whole lot of one of my now deceased female Pits. How old is she?
     
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  4. Mr.Maelstrom

    Mr.Maelstrom "Pull up" Belt

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    3. April 7th will be 2 years I've had her.

    Funny thing is, even on 3 legs she's. So. Fucking. Fast.
    First day she got out and just bolted. Now, I'm somewhat of a quick runner but she's so low to the ground that I just couldn't keep speed while stooping to snag her up. But she ended up coming back while I was out looking for her, thank god.

    Sorry to hear yours passed, I'm a sucker for dogs:(
     
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  5. Kovalev's "Man Bag"

    Kovalev's "Man Bag" I don't do titles

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    She outran you on three legs lol. That's awesome. The female that passed was the best dog I've ever owned. I used to breed Pits (APBTs) but I haven't in years. It's a lot of work and you want to make sure they're actually going to good homes. I love all dogs but I have a strong preference for bulldog breeds and the various mastiff breeds.
     
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    Respect, sir. I know a lot of work and effort goes in to breeding pits, but they're wonderful dogs.

    Yeah, the missing leg might have just been weighing her down. She burned my ass on a dead sprint lol
     
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    cocksure Silver Belt

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  8. Kovalev's "Man Bag"

    Kovalev's "Man Bag" I don't do titles

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    I would be careful using that VPN service provider. At the moment I'm actually using it myself, but cautiously, and only on a very temporary basis (for a couple more days until I get an issue rectified with my previous provider). Contrary to their logging policy claims they do in fact log user data (most VPN providers do regardless of any 'zero logging' claims) as they've handed over one of their customer's personal information and metadata to US law enforcement a few years ago.

    It wasn't surprising to see their logging claim be exposed as a lie (on Reddit of all places) since their data centers are located in the US and the service is both owned and operated by US citizens. I'm not saying you have anything to hide at all but the mere fact that they're lying and continue to lie about keeping customer logs isn't very reassuring.
     
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  9. mozfonky

    mozfonky We oughta be fightin' a bottle of Geritol.

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    for a picture of duran and barkely? what's the worry? I don't trust those places either, I do deliveries and i'm constantly badgered for photo verification, i guess because someone is actually stupid enough to go through the trouble to make the little money we do from it without actually being verified (maybe someone letting a buddy use the app). Anyway, they say that no human sees the photo, i don't believe that shit for a minute, it could be true but I doubt it. I don't have an issue with it myself, i just don't like seeing all the age in my face, the first one I took I thought, "oh god, i look like Robert Blake". The data thing is interesting, there was a girl who dissapeared here in seattle about 8 years ago, her family (including journalist Michelle Malkin) did everything they could to get her phone companies and google accounts to give up any info, I don't think they ever got any. The family hounded police but honestly, it looked like a very sad case of a depressed young woman killing herself and doing it in such a way that no one would find her, I don't think there was anything nefarious going on but family always like to cook up shit like that.
     
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  10. mozfonky

    mozfonky We oughta be fightin' a bottle of Geritol.

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    as far as dogs, i love them, probably like cats more but really, i love animals. I always take leftover food and throw it out where racoons and squirrels can get to it, they are fast too, the food is never there more than a few hours.
     
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  11. Kovalev's "Man Bag"

    Kovalev's "Man Bag" I don't do titles

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    No, not Duran and Barkley. I edited my post so that it's clear what I was replying to which was the first picture he posted in the thread being a screenshot. I noticed he was using the IPVanish VPN app for his desktop computer. I'm an infosec guy, commercial software developer and a privacy advocate. As for Google, they have lots of data on all of us because we use their 'free' software & services and their Android smartphones. They in turn use that data to profile us, mine our data, track us across the web, and use it to deliver targeted advertisements to us based on the user profiles they've built.

    It's creepy and extremely profitable for them which is why alternative web search engines like DuckDuckGo's are becoming so popular now with technologists (Tor uses this as their default web search engine).
     
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  12. ConorFacts

    ConorFacts Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    rewatched the conor v floyd fight … holyfuck floyds fight iq is some next Level shit

    Forget the double leg … the way he countered conors "floyd give me your back" was crazy.

    crazy how adaptable floyd is.
     
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    ConorFacts Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    he isnt the leader of crimenetwork, so why should he be carful?

    even if he does illegal stuff, the ISP provider will usually delete the history after a few weeks.
     
  14. Kovalev's "Man Bag"

    Kovalev's "Man Bag" I don't do titles

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    Did someone accuse him of being a criminal? No. As for his ISP, VPNs aren't the same thing though they share a lot in common. In fact, one of the main reasons people even use VPNs is to hide their activity (traffic) from their ISPs. VPNs shield your network activity such as your browsing history from on-path observers like your ISP and from any third party that could be snooping on the wire.

    An ISP's data retention policy depends on the laws of the country they operate in, such as the UK (see Investigatory Powers Act of 2016 & GDPR which applies to EU nations). On average ISPs worldwide retain data for at least 6 months as the lower bound while the upper bound is 12 months and in some cases more. You pulled that "few weeks" figure out of your ass.
    Data retention
     
  15. mozfonky

    mozfonky We oughta be fightin' a bottle of Geritol.

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    i'd kinda have to agree, wierd shit happens with data, i've been watching some porno, somehow, all the sudden, my facebook has a bunch of naked women on my friends suggestions. I really would never ever believe anything these entities tell you about data. A lot of idiots have ended up in prison because they thought they could just delete shit. that blt killer was ruined by a floppy disk he thought he copied over. Idiots, it's little things that really ruin a lot of these criminals, little things like telling someone they thought they could trust or wanted to brag about or as in the unibomber, his brother turned him in. Even the smarter guys do some stupid shit, partly because we all do stupid shit but also because they don't have self control. I ain't interested in doing anything to anyone but it is creepy and naive to think they can't dig up everything on us.
     
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  16. JayE

    JayE Red Belt

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    My buddy's shop is likely to strike soon. Thought it was fitting.
     
  17. JayE

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    Also, in the spirit of Uncut Gems. One of the better movies I've seen in a minute.
     
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  18. Boxiana

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    you might also like “Good Time” - earlier work by the same guys
     
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    JayE Red Belt

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    Saw it and loved it. Same with their junkie flick called Heaven Knows What.
     
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  20. BluntTrauma21

    BluntTrauma21 Broner Brody / Pulev Posse

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    I thought Uncut Gems was the best movie of last year, that and Parasite as a close second. Sandler finally made a good movie for the first time in like 20 years and he fucking killed it. As a gambler I found it extra entertaining. I agree it's one of the best movies I've seen in awhile.
     
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