So….basically what Twitter is. This microblog is more like Tumblr than Twitter, IMO.
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Disclaimer: I don’t work for Spotify, not affiliated with Spotify, and think they’re pretty evil as far as things like artist compensation goes.
I might possibly ditch Apple Music for Spotify. Apple Music does not get along with Echo anything. Will report back in 3 months when my Spotify trial is up.
Ordered some guinea pig greens through Instacart, and I’m trying to add a bigger tip than usual (because Thanksgiving Eve + COVID). Instacart be like ^
(For context, the order itself was small compared to your average grocery shopping order–about $13. But I wanted the shopper to have more than just ~$5 for braving grocery shopping during Thanksgiving Eve. I usually do $20, first half given when I place the order and the second half given when the order is delivered. So I wanted to do $25-30. And Instacart wouldn’t let me tip $15 because the order was under $15???? I ended up making it $13.26 (the exact order total) and gave the rest on delivery. Instacart didn’t complain. ?♀️)
Picked up Breath of the Wild again after a long hiatus, and finished the Yiga Clan hideout and the Vah Naboris dungeon.
Go me! ?
Are these vaccines—is this injection—100 percent safe? As a parent of two children that go to this school, I’m not willing to take the chance on a question mark.
This is infuriating. Nothing is 100% safe – do you drive your kids to work? Do you wear seatbelts? Why? Because they are safer than driving without them, despite the fact that they could, perhaps, kill your child.
Like everything else, it’s a risk, but that risk is absolutely better than the alternative. I have a feeling these parents know this, but want to outsource that risk to other parents/children so that they can go on living their lives with the knowledge that other people will pull the weight of public health for them.Yhbv24 — Oct 18, 2021 9:44 AM