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the ui/ux needs work, most people don’t care about privacy, it’s mostly used by tech people and link aggregators in general tend to have very niche userbases

















because classism exists everywhere and even though it may manifest a bit differently it’s still the same essence


The US also spends the most of any developed country on healthcare but has the worst of them all so it’s more important how you spend the money than the quantity allocated to a specific sector



no putting aside the language barrier there’s also themes that are created for a specific audience


i think it’s due to the fact that reddit is more for niche hobbies. Twitch isn’t that popular outside of the gaming sphere and even with the recent wave of lax moderation with girls wearing skimpy outfits doing softcore porn it’s still doesn’t have a broad appeal so it’s definitely more than you can’t make money off it that turns off people. For an app to make money it has to something that attract users in the first place and neither reddit nor fedi are doing that. The reason for the fediverse not being popular imo is due to the fact that most people don’t care about privacy, the ui and ux could use a lot of work ( I know most normie stuff isn’t doing too hot in that department either but libre software just has this look where you know it was made by technical people and not designers), people you know aren’t on it and also probably wont join just because you asked and the existing userbase is mostly technical people.


no they shouldn’t for your pension you want a reliable stream of income



what are you going to use it for?





  1. I just explained why a law would be a poor tool to solve this problem

  2. All countries on the continent are not former france colonies and even for those that are we can clearly see states like senegal making real effort to create jobs so that completely negates the idea that france is responsible for everything wrong with Africa and further validates my talk about failure on the part of African governments


They have laws against child labour and all other ills that plague the continent so they wouldn’t need a new law to do this all they would need to do is enforce the law which is one of the major problems with Africa laws aren’t usually enforced and when they are it’s done often for political goals instead of justice furthermore it wouldn’t actually solve the problem at all. The way to solve the problem in the long term is to fix their system of governance so they can ensure all monies in the treasury are accounted for and are used for their intended purpose so that they can an environment in which people can well paying jobs, peace and dignity and in the term short term to put the parents in some skills training and ensuring the children don’t work in unsafe conditions instead of fining the poor parents.


The activists are natives not foreigners


yes it helps to cement in the citizen’s mind their control of the country, provides a way to gauge the strength of the opposition and sometimes a way to divide them as well


If a country cab just declare itself socialist and not commit itself to any firm principles underlying it’s economic system but just adopt whatever it’s non ideological neighbors are doing then clearly it’s a fraud


For the last time since you’re so thick headed I do not care whether or not someone of their own free will chooses to buy/not buy something but I am opposed to the labelling of any item as a scam/predatory that a person buys voluntarily it is not my/anyone’s duty to label the purchase of something that we don’t like as a scam and I was simply using banks as an example to point out the absurdity of this idea that something should be labelled a scam simply due to my personal dislike of such a thing


Are you ok in the head? You do realise that Singapore is literally the poster boy for capitalism with the lowest levels of government interference in the economy, extremely low taxes and little to no barriers to trade