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i have bpd which means i have a horrible out of control fear of abandonment. if i randomly unfollow you and i don't chew you out and we seemed to be on good terms i probably just decided you hate me and are going to abandon me and that's me trying to take control of the situation by just cutting you out straight away

you can check in if you'd like to still be mufos

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hey! i have memory problems! if i request to follow you a bunch it's probably just because i forgot i already requested! you can drop me a DM reminding me and i'll cut it out

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guess i should do like an intro toot or sthg

i'm a human, living on earth in the year 20 thousand and whatever, and i'm queer and disabled

i am interested in tech and science and math.

Before the rise of industry, it was normal for people to sleep in two phases each night.

People had no set bedtimes. Sleeping was determined by whether or not there were things to do. Most people would have a first and second sleep, with a couple of hours awake inbetween. This is probably the way humans are supposed to sleep.

Modern schedules don't really let us do that. Perhaps we should think about changing that.

sciencealert.com/humans-used-t

Is eating latex gloves I found in the dumpster behind the hospital "unsafe"? Maybe. But that's why I vote Republican, they respect the Bill of Rights.

joking aside i think the bots are broken..... maybe i shouldn't care but cool.......................

also when i raise these issues the answers they give feel dodgy

"join to make revolution bc you're a radical!" -- but i'm not a Wob-style syndicalist

"disabled people are workers too!" -- okay but the IWW refuses "political" struggles and only does workplace direct action. they literally think it's reactionary to pressure electeds over, say, social security funding or state disability funds or public housing, which are a BASIC REQUIREMENT for survival of a lot of disabled folx

anybody have any resources on what, concretely, the IWW can be said to do for chronically unemployed disabled people? i'm just wondering because wobs pressure me to join a bunch but like

they want $10 or sthg in dues per month which is almost a full 5% of my income and they make it a virtue that they don't do anything outside workplaces or for non-wage-workers.

i've heard there's dues waivers but i don't care. if they don't serve chronically unemployed disabled folks then they're not for me.

jpmorgan chase just introduced a crypto backed by the USD. This makes sense and will certainly add value to their enterprise

"if you just let anyone use AI they could do horrible things" -- i mean that's how i feel about rich people and corporations having access to AI

as though rich people could responsibly use AI better than poor people

AI ethics so far as I can tell is mostly about the bourgeoisie retaining control over advanced technology

what is it with the queer community seeming intent on eating each other alive?

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