You should watch "Dr Pimple Popper," and learn how these things work. Some pimples aren't meant to be popped. If you pop the wrong area, you can hit the artery, and die. That's one example, but other examples is that they are very stubborn in that if they don't want to come out, it won't come out and will cause pain. Intense pain. So, keep that all in mind.I don't understand how they can stick a needle right into it and not "burst" it? Or have the stuff inside leak out. I suppose the jelly inside is solid and not pressurized liquid like we're made to believe in movies. I guess I thought it was something that'd just "pop" because of all the daft action movies that have scenes like that in.
Now I'm thinking about it. That laser eye surgery stuff sounds scary as well. And eye tattoos.
Yeah, I see this often in The Quartering's videos. In the past, he's been controversial in card/board games industry, and he's begun to target the game/film industry, so now everyone on Twitter hates him just or the mere fact that everything he says gets twisted and used against him for no reason other than controversy. Just unfollow this person who asked you to unfollow the other person because those people aren't good followers.Sometimes people block because of whoever someone has on their friends list or associates with.
I had someone on there ask me to unfollow them the other day for some weird reason, they didn't want more followers than they wanted to follow... it didn't make much sense. I mean if you don't want anyone following just put a moderation thing on who follows surely
You gotta understand, people on Twitter are very venomous. They could care less what you think is petty or whatnot. Right now, the echo chamber is springing the sound so loud that it tumbles down the hallway so everyone can understand this is not how "they operate." And the worst part is, 90% of the SJW's, in the Twitterverse are from UK, so you guys are getting the bad rap. The U.S. government doesn't realize that U.K./Germany/Russia are/is selling misinformation on Social Media in wildfires. It won't stop until either someone with brains at Twitter/whatever stands up and takes action, or the government takes action. It's not just affecting people's lives, its also businesses, brands, and economies.I'm thinking the association with someone they didn't like was probably the case. Which frankly is just juvenile at this point.
That's...weird. What gets me is, they can limit who follows them; I've had it happen where I went to follow someone, and it was pending until the person either accepted or declined. It can be such a good platform, but damn if it isn't a dumpster fire a lot of the time, too. Even when you try to stay well out of it, it drags you in. x_x
CT: On one hand, that sounds like an interesting prospect. On the other, if it's being approached from a non-fiction stance, I'd be way out of my depth. Guess there's no harm in asking him what he's aiming towards.
Steve has literally just had one delivered for all the above reasons - Amazon does a neat little one for just over a fiverI needed to buy a book to keep all my emails, passwords and usernames in. It's probably a foolish thing to do, but there are just too many to keep track of, especially when some sites just spontaneously force you to change your password because you logged in with a different account.