@moshtodon - "We have high protein requirements", I'm pretty sure we don't. Most humans eat too much protein for our needs is what I've heard, and too little fiber.
@poncho524 - Who knows! I put it under CW because people seem to not like Twitter and GAB in here.
@evelynyap - Yeah, I got it sent oversees and I can assure you that the customs were indeed charged, haha!
Well, what I looked at before deciding on the Oryx was the Gigabyte Aero 15x, which is a Windows machine.
I always gave them the benefit of the doubt, but I guess they are kinda shitty...
If I understand this correctly.
Black toothpaste is fun at any age!
@stragu - It was pretty horrible and one of the reasons I dropped YouTube, and Google overall.
First they wouldn't do anything about it basically forcing me to spend my own time and energy on a defence against the constant slander, and then they suspended my whole channel for defending myself against this person.
At the very least, on LBRY everyone plays by the same rules, for better and for worse.
@stragu - I've no idea what Gavin McInnes is about to be honest. His content looked boring to me so I didn't click it.
I mean, on YouTube a big channel can target a smaller channel and there's nothing the smaller channel can do about it, YT doesn't care unless it gets media attention.
I literally got my channel suspended when defending myself against a raging narcissist who targeted my girlfriend and I.
All I did was to show everyone what he was doing to us and others on the platform.
@stragu - What I see is people moving there for other reasons, including myself, I even made a video to illustrate some of the reasons: https://open.lbry.com/@MH#5bd299a92e7b31865d2bb3e2313402edaca41a94/Why-I-Quit-YouTube
@piejacker875 @gbryant - They want to reach the mainstream, so they're using mainstream services to bring the mainstream over to their open, community-run and decentralized network of content goodness.
No need to judge them so harshly. It's great to be clean and pure yourself, but sometimes you have step into the mud to pull out others who are stuck in it :)
For one, I think the LBRY network would be able to handle a mass migration from YouTube, something I think PeerTube would struggle with.
LBRY also has monetization features baked in and has better search/discovery of content. It has lossless quality distribution, is not restricted to videos only and it's easier to self-host your content on there.
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