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  • NaibofTabr@infosec.pubtoLemmy Shitpost@lemmy.worldNope
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    15 hours ago
    1. I don’t know if I’m “serious” yet - I am here to test the product/service. I can’t determine if I am serious or not until after I have tested it, and neither can you. I should not have to share financial information with you until after I have determined that, so this justification about “seriously” wanting the product is bunk.

    2. You are dipping your hand into my wallet. Just because you haven’t pulled your hand back with money in it yet doesn’t mean this isn’t an attempt at picking my pocket.









  • NaibofTabr@infosec.pubtoLemmy Shitpost@lemmy.worldNope
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    1 day ago

    Sorry, no. The only reason you could possibly want my credit card information is so that you can start collecting rent if I forget to cancel, which is the goal. That is an extremely shady way to collect customers marks.

    It’s a con. The goal is to collect rent from people who don’t actually use the service. It’s basically theft.


  • I didn’t ask any “extremely vague” questions, I asked you for evidence that supports your opinion. There’s nothing remotely vague about that.

    Oh sorry, you wanted evidence for her normalizing it?

    She’s the boss. If the boss does it, it’s okay.

    This is not evidence, it is conjecture. Evidence requires you to present some corroborating information which substantiates your opinion. You still haven’t presented any. Everything you have said is still just your opinion - that is, a load of hot air.

    That may not sound complicated enough to you

    Being complicated or not has nothing to do with it. You need to present information that backs up your claims, otherwise they’re not worth the time you spent typing them.

    Did I get your question? If not then that’s on you.

    There is no question to “get”. There is simply a request for evidence. Sources. News articles. Stock value tracking. Data analyses. Anything.

    To put it bluntly: [citations needed]




  • NaibofTabr@infosec.pubtoGreentext@sh.itjust.worksAnon feels regret
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    2 days ago

    This is pretty much what I was wondering. How many of these classifications (such as autism) cross cultural/linguistic boundaries?

    Obviously nitpicking one identifying characteristic (object personification) isn’t really valid to dismiss the diagnoses entirely. Perhaps it’s a valid diagnostic and Japanese culture is just more accepting of certain autistic personality traits, where American culture would suppress them. Identification of weird/unusual/possibly unhealthy behavior can be hard to separate from cultural norms.