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3:48 AM
@Memor-X Someone at work made a joke about the Biden administration lecturing others about memory management.
 
 
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12:19 PM
Apple (AAPL.O) was hit with an EU antitrust fine of over 1.8 billion euros ($1.95 billion) on Monday, its first ever, for preventing Spotify (SPOT.N) and other music streaming services from informing users of payment options outside its App Store. reuters.com/technology/…
 
 
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2:35 PM
Basically a defense of C and C++. C++ is only memory unsafe when you're writing C-style code and not modern C++ code. And while memory issues are relatively common, they're also easy to detect and fix, and generally less severe these days than other classes of bugs.
> After all, C++ by itself has no major issues with memory management or a lot of undefined behavior as long as you keep away from its C compatibility syntax.
 
3:08 PM
No articles up yet, this is just out.
> Because the Constitution makes Congress, rather than the States, responsible for enforcing Section 3 against federal officeholders and candidates, we reverse.
 
Was to be expected
 
Share Message - US Supreme Court strikes down effort to disqualify Trump from Colorado primary election - BBC News
https://www.bbc.com/news/live/world-us-canada-68470315
 
Also, it's apparently an unanimous verdict
 
Articles coming in now
 
Honestly, I can live with the requirement that it should be congress to disqualify candidates. it really should be a federal court that does so, not a separate state
 
3:15 PM
The per curiam is 13 pages, there are 2 different concurrences
 
Yeah, I'm reading the rest as well now
Apparently 5 conservative justices say it's up to congress to disqualify candidates, and the other justices do not but agree that it's not up to a single state to disqualify someone
 
 
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4:32 PM
@Nzall I tend to agree with the liberal justices, and would argue that this is a power that the FEC should be able to enforce.
 
 
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9:05 PM
We already knew that Trump was going to win this case
The question is what SCOTUS will decide regarding immunity
 
@Nzall I've never been more terrified about anything.
 
Yeah, I could see the current SCOTUS decide that Presidents have full and utter immunity
 
9:22 PM
Me too.
 
That said, if SCOTUS does end up ruling that, there is nothing that would stop Biden from sending Seal Team 6 after Trump, which he would be in his full right to do since Trump is an existential threat to the USA
 
It's not even just about the country anymore. I fear for the species.
 
Trump will retaliate with The Proud Boys et al.
WW 4 will be fought with sticks and stones.
 
 
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11:17 PM
@Nzall for the best to because had he lost you know the GOP would then weaponize it
Greg Abbott: Effectively immediately [Democrat Candidate] is to be removed from all Texan ballots for their role in the INSURRECTION at the southern border
tell me that you can't see Abbott saying something along those lines
@user85795 of which they would get salughtered
 

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