RDrama seems to have reached the critical mass of users where the same piece of news (even the exact same article or Reddit post) will get posted multiple times a day.
From just today, I found all of these reposts (and there are probably more):
https://old.rdrama.net/post/30999/monke-marseytrans-ancestors-of-gigavaccinator-found (which is actually a repost of a repost of a repost)
I'm not a very active user on this site anymore—I try to spend less than fifteen minutes a day on here in total—but even I have noticed the drastic increase in reposts over the past few days. It's not that hard to use the search box to see if your news item has already been posted.
That being said, posts don't show up in the search results if the user who posted them has a private profile. Perhaps @Snappy could work on a solution to this.
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My method sure hasn't worked very well... or has it? I was looking for cheap warehouse space to start a business in, and did a nation-wide search for the largest, cheapest building in the entire continental US.
I found one that seemed too good to be true. a 220,000 sqft metal warehouse and office complex on 17 acres. I thought the price was a typo at $375k.The agent assured me that the price was correct, and I flew out to see the place.
Fast forward 2 1/2 years, and I've had nothing but problems. Break in after break in. Can't work through the red tape with the city so my warehouse sits empty. It feels like they are actively working against myself and other entrepreneurs I talk to. At least 2 others who bought buildings and tried to open businesses left after getting nowhere.
The town is killing me though. I haven't seen my kids very much lately - I don't think it's safe enough for them. I'm probably going to be moving back to Utah in the next couple of months because it's just too much out here.
holds robber at gunpoint, twitter account is full of videos of getting robbed
devotes most of the rest of his time to pooping on pine bluff
tldr: @911roofer origin story
Employees signed an acceptable use policy acknowledging no expectation of privacy while using work computers, and furthermore that job searching while on the job is not permitted. Not sure what business you're in, but we don't want to pay employees to search for new jobs, nor want them to exfiltrate all their work product to take with them to their new gig.
Nobody is expecting corporate communications to be private from their employer, but at the same time nobody assumes automated behavioral analysis of all of their communication to be running 24/7 trying to recreate Minority Report - and the text above doesn’t suggest that the targeted users are notified this is happening in any way at all.
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IVE noticed that when you are browsing reddit on NEW MOBILE BROWSER REDDIT certain comments sections wont load but they will load if you go to i.reddit or old.reddit. Surprisingly these comment sections are always about controversial shit like abortion or gun control or racism or rape. Is there real censorship on the reddit phone? Please discuss.