I always liked looking into infinity mirrors.

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“view of the sea or view of the road?”

“As a patriot, i’ll take the road view”


Sounds like the strategy is don’t release fully self-driving cars, that way they can always turn off autopilot to prevent being sued



I’ve heard a lot of places are quite fast in terms of anti anti homeless action ☹️


I tried moving it, it's like anchored to the ground somehow. How? If you see furniture lying around, not a bad idea to put them at bus stops that don't have a sitting area. Seems like a pretty low bar for activism 🙂


Amazing, thanks a lot! You just found all this information on like government pages?


Thanks a lot. The boss has 1 copy of a time sheet, but I maintain my own copy on my phone specifically because of things like this.


God damnit!

Are you paid by the hour or on a salary basis? If it’s the former, what is your hourly rates

hourly, suppose to be 20$ an hr. I did 52 weeks in a year x 20$ x 40hrs which the hrs i’m suppose to working = 41600$ per year.

:(


Pay stubs are too hard to understand, help me figure out if i'm being underpaid
I've been looking at my 2 pay stubs for a while and called HR and it looks like for both pay stubs i'm only being paid for HALF of the hours that i worked. Otherwise calculating the pay i was hired at vs what i'm being paid, it looks like i'm being paid literally ~40% less. Instead of 41600$ (before taxes) i'm only seeing 26000$ (before taxes) Is my income tax and whatnot suppose to equal ~40%? Canada Also shout out to the boss for trying to have me not sign in on the timesheet once


f it, lets just ban all forms of transportation that isn’t cars. f exercise, f climate change





Mostly interested in real money transfers, since most cryptocurrencys move together


What are the transaction fees associated with using coinbase?
cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/148646 > All I could find is: > > The price for using a debit card is 3.99%; however, there is an extra 0.50% fee for any buy or sell transactions made via Coinbase, on top of the 3.99% debit card fee. > > Is this it?


cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/137134 > We want people with yards to be able to raise hens (NO ROOSTERS!). Hens are quiet unless attacked and they settle down pretty quick. At night they sleep quietly on their roost. Friends have had chickens in the city and the neighbours didn’t even know. That’s pretty quiet. > Most cities limit the number to 6 or fewer per household. > With this number of birds in a yard, smell, filth, insects are non-issues. > They are quieter than dogs, don’t kill birds like cats. > They are super interesting pets and lay delicious nutritious eggs - as many as one per bird per day depending on the breed. > Properly housed they do not get loose, and we will work to ensure everyone will properly care for their flock. Most cities have a licensing process (like for a car or dog) that involves showing you have the proper set up to keep your birds safe and enclosed, before you get the license. Some places it is a city inspector who checks it out, other places it is a non-profit like us. > If they do get loose they are easy to catch and won’t hurt anyone. > They’ll have warm (warm for their needs) shelter for winter. > If anyone is not taking proper care of their birds we have farms which are willing to take seized birds. > Together we will approach the City to create an orderly, respectful process to allow Reginans who want laying hens for pets and eggs to have the option to have a small flock of their own.

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/137134 > We want people with yards to be able to raise hens (NO ROOSTERS!). Hens are quiet unless attacked and they settle down pretty quick. At night they sleep quietly on their roost. Friends have had chickens in the city and the neighbours didn’t even know. That’s pretty quiet. > Most cities limit the number to 6 or fewer per household. > With this number of birds in a yard, smell, filth, insects are non-issues. > They are quieter than dogs, don’t kill birds like cats. > They are super interesting pets and lay delicious nutritious eggs - as many as one per bird per day depending on the breed. > Properly housed they do not get loose, and we will work to ensure everyone will properly care for their flock. Most cities have a licensing process (like for a car or dog) that involves showing you have the proper set up to keep your birds safe and enclosed, before you get the license. Some places it is a city inspector who checks it out, other places it is a non-profit like us. > If they do get loose they are easy to catch and won’t hurt anyone. > They’ll have warm (warm for their needs) shelter for winter. > If anyone is not taking proper care of their birds we have farms which are willing to take seized birds. > Together we will approach the City to create an orderly, respectful process to allow Reginans who want laying hens for pets and eggs to have the option to have a small flock of their own.



secretly sponsoring beach cleaning

Wouldn’t this Not make a big company look better since nobody would know the big company is involved. 😛

The part of the city they clean up is pretty dirty from trash.

I have thought these endeavors encourage the city gov to do even less.


cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/129237 They're giving away this food/books. They organize leftist events here. The cafe is named after Fred Hampton. Good place, my only criticism is the regular food they serve is expensive. Would be nice to have a poor person menu. https://www.instagram.com/thehamptonhub/

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/130750 > Outreach pharmacy. Reasonable turn out last time. > > I think they try to do this once a month?



Any other canadians/americans here who've never heard of ebikes until this sub?
I've seen like 2 in my life and thought the persons built it themself.


I contacted them. They replied:

"Yeah we don’t have sponsorships.

Just organizations that helped build the structure that we post “Thank you” bits for.

We’ve been very adamant on not having any sponsorship.

We just try and do mutual aid. "

"We could have, yes. But many people didn’t want their names available online but rather their companies. This has allowed other orgs in town looking to build community fridges the opportunity to reach out to folks familiar with the build. "



Design a black and white poster template and I’ll use it :p


If you're trying to set up a labour movement, IWW can help you.
cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/111689 > Email a few iww members (find emails on the iww website or via duckduckgo) and ask to speak to 'leads' about setting up a branch. If you're in canada, ask to speak to jason king.


Afaik the sponsorships helped pay for construction or provide the majority of donations. The fridge would have taken much longer to build without them. Do you have a solution in mind?