It's that wonderful time of the year again
We'll finish decorating today, the kids have some parties to go to, then if I'm lucky I'll get to play some more Risk of Rain Returns :D The game is really good!!! There are so many new good indie games on Steam, what a great time to be a gamer.
Also Saw X is finally available to rent for sub $10 in Canada so I may rent it this weekend, pretty excited for that.
What's everyone else doing today? What are you watching or playing?
Post your faces and have the best Saturday you awesome people, enjoy the first weekend of December!
74 tagsGuy would killed George Floyd stabbed 22 times in prison
Article doesn't say he's dead. How do you survive getting stabbed 22 times?
Democrats Turn Tables on GOP in Judge Nominations
"The two preceding chairs of this committee violated the letter and spirit of Committee Rule IV," Durbin said. "In doing so, Republicans established a new precedent that I followed on one occasion last Congress and will follow again today. I've said time and again there cannot be one set of rules for Republicans and a different set for Democrats."
During the heated exchanges in the meeting, several GOP senators were left astounded and angered by Durbin's refusal to allow them to debate the judges before going to roll call as standard.
27 tagsNot that the shows are good but Sony deleting shows you paid for off your PS4/5 because their licensing is done with Discovery.
14 tagsWorried about the privacy of your personal information? You should be.
Despite years of negative press, it took the fallout from the June 2022 Dobbs Supreme Court decision for many to fully recognize the threats data broker business practices pose to our civil liberties. When data brokers can collect and sell sensitive data like health care-related websites visited (e.g., Planned Parenthood), online searches performed (e.g., “How to get the morning-after pill?”), precise geolocation information (e.g., visits to a medical clinic) and the apps people have on their devices (e.g., period trackers), it feels to many like a further attack on individual health decisions.
It’s the Wild West out there on the privacy front, I really like what California is doing to reign it in