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9:11 AM
I just don't understand how anyone could be healthy without California looking out for us...
 
@ConorMancone This is so stupid, really
 
It really is
The quote genuinely makes me angry
"This ordinance is another effort to create a healthy food environment that would support families by providing them the ability to avoid ..."
I'm glad that the city council in Berkely is able to provide me with the ability to make healthy decisions. I certainly wouldn't have that ability myself if they didn't provide me with it!
 
>provide them with the ability to avoid
Imagine you need to pass a fucking law because you're too weak-willed to say no to yourself or to your kid
You know how my last trip to the grocery store with my mom went? We walked past the sweets and she asked "Do you need anything?" and my response was "Nah, I'm fine"
 
I should move to Berkely. They are trying so hard to do my parenting for me! Life must be easier and better there...
@MechMK1 Berkley must have passed a law that made that possible.
 
I am 100% certain that they did. The US gov't more and more acts like a parent to adults
 
9:21 AM
So I'm being slightly excessive with the links now but anyway: The helicopter that was taking this footage kept buzzing over my house last night and kept me up for a good hour. I'm not actually that close to where this was happening (probably 10-15 miles away), but apparently that was still close enough
 
@ConorMancone Would you rate these riots as "mostly peaceful" as well?
 
9:34 AM
Apparently the business owners in the area don't. This is the front of a grocery store a mile from my house. This is covering up a big glass wall near one of the entrances, and the pallets are in front of the doors (they had a second entrance). This showed up the day the decision came out - just hours later.
 
Why do the US remind me more and more of the Weimar Republic?
Under the guise of protests for equality, groups riot and try to intimidate people for voting for Biden, or else the rioting will continue. Yet at the same time they accuse Trump of "trying to steal the election".
Imagine if every night, right-wing groups would roam the streets, smash up stores and light cars on fire so people would vote for Trump - the media would be outraged to no end, and rightfully so.

Yet since it's Biden, the riots are "mostly peaceful protests", because that sounds a lot nicer.
Just like the media tried to rebrand pedophiles as "minor attracted persons"
Because pedophile is a dirty word. Nobody wants a pedophile in their neighborhood. But a "minor attracted person"? Despite it being the same thing, the word sound a lot nicer.
 
10:04 AM
Apparently i just have a different opinion on when "rioting and smashing things" is a reasonable way to get what you want...
(different than the people who are currently rioting and smashing things in my city, I mean)
 
@ConorMancone I feel like common decency has left the channel. People are celebrating the death of others because they have different political views
When RBG died, a lot of people were really happy
Like...I mean, I am right-wing and all, but you can still show the dead some respect
 
10:35 AM
@MechMK1 I didn't hear about that. It's definitely sad to hear. I had heard about people booing Trump as he spoke at her funeral. Granted the two weren't buddies but he was respectfully saying goodbye to someone who had a huge impact on America. Booing him at her funeral seems more disrespectful to her than to him.
Regardless of her politics she was an accomplished woman who reached the top of her field despite having the deck stacked against her from the very beginning. There is a lot to respect there
 
I know too little about her to really have an opinion.
 
 
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Q: What is the correct way to store a token for application development?

HannahCarneyThe other developer and I have two different views on storing sensitive data. So, the token is only accessible at run time in a global variable right now, but I suggested moving the token to be stored in the Keychain and therefore encrypted, but he says that it is more secure to be stored as a gl...

This is an interesting question, and it makes me wonder: What actually happens if the attacker gets the OAuth tokens of my application?
 
2:06 PM
I have no idea but I'm curious. There are like a billion different tokens associated with an OAuth flow, so I always have to spend 20 minutes figuring out which one the person is talking about
 
@ConorMancone Well it's the token authentication refresh call authorization token grant request token, obviously? OAuth2 isn't that complicated.
 
@MechMK1 it was only after the second "token" that I realized your response was a joke :) apparently a "token authentication refresh call authorization" is perfectly reasonable though...
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Oh my god my sides, I'm losing it
You see, the thing about OAuth2 is that you can never quite tell what's real and what's satire.
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I'm not surprised the guy left the OAuth group after the war crime called OAuth2 took shape
 

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