there are many reasons to code. utility, curiosity, obsession with control, horniness, vindictiveness, the overwhelming desire to cure oneself. yes. just do it. I know you can.Today I almost felt like trying again to develop software, but then I remembered that I cancelled my Pyra preorder, and it just seemed kinda pointless.
I mean, the world definitely isn't suffering from a software shortage, but at least with a platform like Pyra, you can get noticed by Pyra users, even if you can't get noticed anywhere else.
And what about gray areas? Donating to wikileaks, for example.the illegal kind and Pyras.
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I misread your sentence as donating to wikipedia at first, which I thought fairly odd, but then I don't know what floats your boat.And what about gray areas? Donating to wikileaks, for example.
The Main stream media has done a good job of erasing it from the minds of the populace. It's still there, but I recommend using tails to look at it. And just like the guy that maintains the timezones... it's still there. As for Snowden he is giving conferences (streamed) and enjoying being a dad.is wikileaks still a thing?
That's the point: they just need to give you $40 for you to have $65.Staff said they were going to lower my weekly spending cash from $75 to $40, in order for me to have less money to gamble. All over one tiny $25 scratcher too. I don’t see what the problem is; I won $50.