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  Giving Thanks And Gratitude
Posted by: admin - 11-25-2022, 10:48 AM - Forum: Here There And Everywhere - No Replies

The holiday of Thanksgiving is an American tradition and one of the biggest behind Christmas each year. Gratitude and giving thanks is something all people should be making part of their lives. The following video from the Corbett Report is an excellent dive into this increasingly rare thing.

Topics covered on the video link below are:

Gratitude is positively related to increased subjective well-being
Is Gratitude Good for Your Health?
Ben Franklin Grand-Mason
Thnx4.org
Research on gratitude by Sonja Lyubomirsky
Ben Stein Quote
Albert Schweitzer quote
Epicurus Quote


Video Link:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/1kKNvJAaI8FW/

Visit the Corbett Report website for the show notes in the video here

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  Are We Witnessing An Inside Joke Elon Musk Reinstates Trumps Twitter
Posted by: admin - 11-21-2022, 03:13 AM - Forum: Politics, News, and Hypocrisy - No Replies

A brilliant stroke of marketing genius by Elon Musk by posting a poll for the entire Twitter community to participate in simply asking "Should Donald Trump be reinstated on Twitter?'

After 24 hours of voting, 52% of said yes, 48% said no. Musk then reinstated Trump's account within hours of the results. Fascinating possibilities here. Was this pre-planned? Are we watching a movie? Time hopefully will reveal this and other questions.

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/11...d-twitter/

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Question The Pope Issuing 10 Commandments of Climate Change
Posted by: admin - 11-17-2022, 12:39 PM - Forum: Philosophy, Psychology and Religion - No Replies

An interesting video on a very strange set of "commandments" put forth by Pope Francis which eerily coincides with the 2030 Agenda of "You Will Own Nothing and Be Happy" message.




Note: Credit and follow Timothy Gordon for interesting and knowledgeable insight on Vatican current news. The power of the Vatican should never be overlooked. Follow him on Rumble here https://rumble.com/c/TimothyGordon as his YouTube Channel mostly likely will not survive much longer with his narratives of truth.

Read more about this story direct from the Vatican - https://www.vaticannews.va/en/pope/news/...ppeal.html

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Wink Delayed Election Results In Arizona and Nevada
Posted by: admin - 11-12-2022, 10:57 PM - Forum: Politics, News, and Hypocrisy - Replies (1)

What is happening in Arizona and Nevada should tell EVERYONE a lot. The invasion OF THE BORDER is on the top of their list. They are winning each and every day as thousands of criminals flood into the country. Think of the long term impact this will have on many fronts. This is diluting the nation RAPIDLY and in every way possible.

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Music Taking a Break!
Posted by: Comlink - 09-13-2022, 12:44 PM - Forum: Introduce Yourself - Replies (3)

We're going to be taking a break from posting on the website and forum for a bit.

Stay tuned for further developments.

We're going to build something new! lol


Guitar Wrench Popcorn

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Music Taking a Break!
Posted by: Comlink - 09-13-2022, 12:44 PM - Forum: Here There And Everywhere - Replies (3)

We're going to be taking a break from posting on the website and forum for a bit.

Stay tuned for further developments.

We're going to build something new! lol


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Music Taking a Break!
Posted by: Comlink - 09-13-2022, 12:44 PM - Forum: Philosophy, Psychology and Religion - Replies (3)

We're going to be taking a break from posting on the website and forum for a bit.

Stay tuned for further developments.

We're going to build something new! lol


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Photo Misinformation on social media: Can technology save us?
Posted by: Ghost4Machina - 08-23-2022, 01:47 AM - Forum: Politics, News, and Hypocrisy - Replies (1)

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If you get your news from social media, as most Americans do, you are exposed to a daily dose of hoaxes, rumors, conspiracy theories and misleading news. When it’s all mixed in with reliable information from honest sources, the truth can be very hard to discern.

In fact, my research team’s analysis of data from Columbia University’s Emergent rumor tracker suggests that this misinformation is just as likely to go viral as reliable information.

Many are asking whether this onslaught of digital misinformation affected the outcome of the 2016 U.S. election. The truth is we do not know, although there are reasons to believe it is entirely possible, based on past analysis and accounts from other countries. Each piece of misinformation contributes to the shaping of our opinions. Overall, the harm can be very real: If people can be conned into jeopardizing our children’s lives, as they do when they opt out of immunizations, why not our democracy?

As a researcher on the spread of misinformation through social media, I know that limiting news fakers’ ability to sell ads, as recently announced by Google and Facebook, is a step in the right direction. But it will not curb abuses driven by political motives.
How The Conversation is different: All our authors are experts.
Exploiting social media

About 10 years ago, my colleagues and I ran an experiment in which we learned 72 percent of college students trusted links that appeared to originate from friends – even to the point of entering personal login information on phishing sites. This widespread vulnerability suggested another form of malicious manipulation: People might also believe misinformation they receive when clicking on a link from a social contact.

To explore that idea, I created a fake web page with random, computer-generated gossip news – things like “Celebrity X caught in bed with Celebrity Y!” Visitors to the site who searched for a name would trigger the script to automatically fabricate a story about the person. I included on the site a disclaimer, saying the site contained meaningless text and made-up “facts.” I also placed ads on the page. At the end of the month, I got a check in the mail with earnings from the ads. That was my proof: Fake news could make money by polluting the internet with falsehoods.

Sadly, I was not the only one with this idea. Ten years later, we have an industry of fake news and digital misinformation. Clickbait sites manufacture hoaxes to make money from ads, while so-called hyperpartisan sites publish and spread rumors and conspiracy theories to influence public opinion.

https://theconversation.com/misinformati...e-us-69264

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Question Why IRS Expansion Is So Worrisome
Posted by: Comlink - 08-11-2022, 02:48 PM - Forum: Politics, News, and Hypocrisy - Replies (7)

80% of new IRS revenue will come from small businesses earning under $200K: tax experts

“The IRS will have to target small and medium businesses because they won’t fight back,” Joe Hinchman, executive vice president at National Taxpayers Union Foundation, told The Post. “We’ve seen this play out before … the IRS says ‘We’re going after the rich’ but when you’re trying to raise that much money, the rich can only get you so far.”

In fact, going after the lower and middle class can actually be more lucrative for IRS auditors than trying to get more money from the wealthy. “The rich have their lawyers and fight it — that’s why the poor are easier to go after,” Hinchman adds.

Accordingly, tax experts warn that the IRS’s audits will be far more painful and costly for small business owners — even for those who think they’re filing their taxes correctly.

“The approach here is to double the IRS workforce, take the leash off, and see how much they can collect,” Hinchman adds. “I think they’ll collect it but it will be quite painful.”

https://nypost.com/2022/08/03/why-irs-80...-business/

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  The Founder of GeoCities on What Killed the 'Old Internet'
Posted by: Guest - 08-06-2022, 11:02 PM - Forum: Here There And Everywhere - Replies (4)

How GeoCities handled hate speech, and the profound need to log off more often.

For all the zoomers scrunching up their brows, here’s a primer. Back in the 1990s, before the birth of modern web hosting household names like GoDaddy and WP Engine, it wasn’t exactly easy or cheap to publish a personal website. This all changed when GeoCities came on the scene in 1994.

The company gave anyone their own little space of the web if they wanted it, providing users with roughly 2 MB of space for free to create a website on any topic they wished. Millions took GeoCities up on its offer, creating their own homemade websites with web counters, flashing text, floating banners, auto-playing sound files, and Comic Sans.

Unlike today’s Wild Wild Internet, websites on GeoCities were organized into virtual neighborhoods, or communities, built around themes. “HotSprings” was dedicated to health and fitness, while “Area 51” was for sci-fi and fantasy nerds. There was a bottom-up focus on users and the content they created, a mirror of what the public internet was like in its infancy. Overall, at least 38 million webpages were built on GeoCities. At one point, it was the third most-visited domain online.

Yahoo acquired GeoCities in 1999 for $3.6 billion. The company lived on for a decade more until Yahoo shut it down in 2009, deleting millions of sites.

Nearly two decades have passed since GeoCities, founded by David Bohnett, made its debut, and there is no doubt that the internet is a very different place than it was then. No longer filled with webpages on random subjects made by passionate folks, it now feels like we live in a cyberspace dominated by skyscrapers—named Facebook, Google, Amazon, Twitter, and so on—instead of neighborhoods.

https://gizmodo.com/interview-with-geoci...1849179509

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