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  • devnull406@lemmy.worldtoMemes@lemmy.mlPriorities!
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    2 months ago

    Accurate. I used Sync for Reddit until they were forced out. I then switched to Sync for Lemmy for the familiar interface, the ease of setup, etc. Sync literally brought me to Lemmy.

    Since then I looked around and still prefer this app. On a side note: why does the UI for Voyager on Android look like some old version of iOS?

    Hate all you want but Sync being popular is a good thing for Lemmy adoption.



  • devnull406@lemmy.worldtohmmm@lemmy.worldHmmm
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    3 months ago

    Definitely not 38 special, that’s a straight wall cartridge you’d expect to see in a revolver. Also, it’s hard to tell but this looks much bigger than say a Glock 42 that would be chambered in .38 caliber. My guess is this is a Glock 17 which is a 9mm, but it’s really hard to tell from the picture.

    Also this clearly isn’t made of sheet metal.


  • I know you’re just trolling or whatever, but I’d love to have some reasonable answer to what a non-cowardly response is supposed to be if there is some armed person trying to hurt me or my family. The police response time where I live is 30-45 minutes. I don’t want to shoot someone, I hope I never have to, but if it’s either me or them? Well that’s what makes having guns practical.








  • In our small town - just a few thousand people, in an extremely red area of an extremely red state: there is a lady that stands on a corner of the main street though town (1 of 10 intersections). She wears her mask with a Gaza flag pattern and holds a Gaza flag with a small poster board that says like “Free Gaza” or something.

    I support her right to protest, but I’m not sure that it’s doing anything or what her goal even is. No idea what her protest is designed to do other than virtue signal.

    On the other hand I spend time in February making sure my kids and friends/family on social media see images of civil rights protests - brave people attending school or sitting at a lunch counter.

    I think protests can work and can change things, but context and strategy matter a lot.