@alx I live in Florida, so I can't complain. It just amazes me when I see folks who can't watch games at home than I can see here
@requiem here's to hoping that is the good kind of busy. Lately I've had so many friends that will likely be busy trying to find work this winter.
@alx gotcha. It amazes me how non US sports, from EPL to Bundesliga and from Gaelic Games to Rugby are easier to see in the US than in their home country. Either way... Good luck to your Kiwis!
@alx if you're in the US, many of the streaming services carried intl rugby. Take a look at both YouTube TV and Sling.
@tom79 how about blocking nazis?
From @firstname.lastname@example.org — “Saying that we should have “nothing to hide” is also a completely privileged statement and view as well—for those of us lucky enough to live in currently-democratic countries.” https://mailchi.mp/pjrvs/but-i-have-nothing-to-hide?e=74dc1d3d72
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