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I really, really want a platform that is *like* Patreon but where the creator can list multiple areas of work that they do, and each one of those can be patronized individually.

That way the creator gets more feedback on which areas of their work people like, and people don't have to support work that doesn't interest them in order to support a given creator.

rant about negativity on online friends 

anti-neurodiversity scare piece 

So who wants to start a union for academic peer-reviewers with me?

No clue what the next step is, but I'm very angry so

clothes, srs (+) 

incoming police state

There are no problems with the official story in Ba Sing Se.

(CW: skyscraper with smoke)

The Future Liberals Want


(ethical dilemmas for the modern world: "do I CW this and make it non-previewable on Discord, or *not* CW it and risk triggering someone?" Let me know if the latter happened...)

photo taken at August 28

autism, femininity, and abuse 

What do you recommend to listen? Send me some obscure music!

Boost this please.

On :antifa: 161 patrol :anarchy: today in Downtown Portland in the afternoon

I could really use the money for food/drink today. Food stamps do not refresh until the 1st of September. Help me stay effective in running Patriot Prayer and Proud Boys Fashies out of town.:black_bloc_blob: :socialiststar:

I haven't eaten since Friday.

Cash app: $AntifaPrimeMinOffice
Venmo: @ AntifaPrimeMinOfficePDX

the fact that it’s basically impossible to opt out of society and do your own thing is a good sign that something is wrong with it

So, @ConnyDuck -- there's a subtle problem, let's call it a conceptual design issue, with the filter options on .

I kinda agree with @eryn* that:

1. just being able to see one iteration of replies isn't enough to enable keeping track of conversations
2. social media as a *communication* tool is why we're here on Mastodon
3. ...instead of Twitspace or Fazebook, where social media is viewed more as an attention-absorbing, click-aggregating tool
4. ...which is the kind of thing that only being able to track one iteration of replies *does* tend to support.

TLDR: "new mentions only" kinda supports corporate thinking, where "all mentions" is more user-empowering.

* thread begins at

I fairly fell over laughing at today's fortune cookie fortune...

... @kestra "helped" with the photography because apparently she knows all about such things ;D

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