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Would you date a drug dealer?

2021.11.28 03:01 autistic__angel Would you date a drug dealer?

I’m (24F) in a relationship with a drug dealer (33M). He is one of the smartest, sweetest, and realest people I’ve ever met. Plus he always has cash to blow. I do care about him, but I’m just worried about the possibility of going to jail. I’ve been to jail before and I definitely don’t want to go back. Nor do I want to ruin my reputation for good. Is it worth it? He wants to stop in a year and start his own business. Anybody else dated a drug dealer?
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2021.11.28 03:01 Material_Progress456 Need some advice. Currently living in Japan and all my my colleagues at the gallery keep taking about Blue Shoes NFT Club…. I would like to buy a few and surprise them, but my Metamask won’t connect to Rarible. Anyone have this issue?

Need some advice. Currently living in Japan and all my my colleagues at the gallery keep taking about Blue Shoes NFT Club…. I would like to buy a few and surprise them, but my Metamask won’t connect to Rarible. Anyone have this issue? submitted by Material_Progress456 to NFTExchange [link] [comments]


2021.11.28 03:01 MarkHAZE86 Red Dead Redemption II needs Rockstar Editor Mode.

It would promote the game when everyone makes westerns and shares them.
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2021.11.28 03:01 sharewithme Word of The Hour: unutrašnjost

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2021.11.28 03:01 johnrock001 Fullmetal Alchemist Filler - Complete Filler Guide

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2021.11.28 03:01 Cute-Spend9723 NA LFG lvl 37 Not a chad but wants to become one

Hello im 27 years old and about to become a dad of 2 so ill have 9 months to play this game before all hell breaks loose lol. Jk but just looking for peeps to run lots of raids, mostly customs...i like that map the most but if you can make some of the other maps fun by teaching me thats cool too. Im not a big task guy right now and i just want pvp to be honest. If anyone out there wants to play i can run any squad size...dont even have to be in the same discord but would prefer to be. Discord is Cheez#1248
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2021.11.28 03:01 ConsistentExplorer92 Does the money still come through even if I used the wrong account name?

I've recently sent money from overseas to my ASB account but accidentally gave my full name instead of my full account name when transferring to my ASB account. The account number is correct but it's just the account name that's different. Will the money still come through?
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2021.11.28 03:01 _Joe_Momma_ On Tips

A recent post here gained some steam, admonishing servers who criticize not or under-tipping, describing them with very loaded language such as "these people" and "audacity". There's been pushback, even from mods, but also a lot of support which is... concerning.
I'd like to introduce a trickier, but I find to be a much better, stance;
Tips are a scam. Do it anyways.
So, how do I square that one? First, it's best to get everything in order.
This post and discussion will be about tip culture in US. I'm not familiar with how it works elsewhere nor will I claim to be. I do ask that outside perspectives be shared, just clarified as such.
I'll be using a lot of terms in layman's sense. For example, the distinction between servers (those who rely on tips such as waiters, delivery drivers, bellhops, bathroom attendants, etc.) and wage earners (self-explanatory) is technically inaccurate since servers still earn hourly wages, just at such a low federal minimum it's essentially negligible. There can also be overlap. A server going to a restaurant in their off hours is now a customer regardless of their job as a server.
I'm going to speaking broadly here. I'm sure there's servers in luxury venues that are tipped incredibly well. I'm sure there's servers that are terrible at their jobs. I don't care. My intention is to aim wide and discuss principles and systems of power. Individuals are antidotal.
I'd also like to emphasize a distinction of tipping, the system and tipping, the practice. The system of tipping is the broader socioeconomic standards and expectations decided and/or set by the industry and the managements within. The practice of tipping is whether the customer decides to engage with said expectations and leave a tip or not. These are 2 different things and I will be referring to them separately.
And for full transparency; I worked pizza delivery for over 2 years before The End Times. I do not currently rely on tips, but I very much know what it's like to. I ask other servers, current or former, to preface with their experiences as well.

Despite the seeming divide, a lot of the sub is like-minded and I believe can all agree on a few starting points:

  1. Systems of tipping are a scam. It's a way for venues to avoid paying full wages to the sever and foot the cost to the customer. It's also designed to favor the self-interested who are willing to shirk others guilt free while straining the altruistic with more charitable tendencies.
  2. Ultimate responsibility for systems of tipping are management's. (While ultimate responsibility is theirs, not all responsibility is theirs. A customer that forgoes the practice of tipping is breaking their social contract, more on that later.)
  3. Venues that use systems of tipping are in the wrong and should have their interests undermined. Don't buy from venues and platforms that use a system of tipping. Oddly, there was a lot of people on the post that inspired this claiming that by encouraging the practice of tipping one is defending businesses that use a system of tipping. Those who still try to strawman this interpretation will have all of the above points quoted at them and their mother insulted.
  4. The system of tipping should be moved away from. The actual end goal is hotly contested, whether that be severs being paid a living wage, the implementation of socalism and workplace democracy or full on money-less Communism rendering the problem moot. Regardless, the direction away from the current status quo is shared. (The means of reaching these ends within the service industry are also debated. Put a pin in that, we'll get back to it.)
  5. Servers are workers. They are paid for labor through services, not ownership. They are subject to the same economic pressures and needs as other workers and trying to paint them as an 'other' outside of the workforce is dishonest through inaccuracy.
  6. Servers are reliant on tips. The sub agrees that $7.25 an hour is not a livable wage. The US federal minimum for servers is $2.13. It's beyond peanuts and onto empty peanut shells. The only way anyone can make ends meet on that is through tips.
So, with point #6 in mind, I'm going to introduce something that will make most of you uncomfortable but is not all unreasonable; priority.
Have you ever seen a group of old men talk about women's reproductive rights or billionaires talk about the validity of socalism and thought to yourself: "...Why are they leading the discussion?" Discussions of women's rights should be mostly headed by women. Discussions of worker's right should be headed mostly by workers.
And discussions of pay in the service industry should be headed mostly by servers. To the customer tips are occasional, mild expenditures. To the server, tips are their livelihood. Between the 3 parties involved (server, customer and management), servers have the least direct power and the most skin in the game. Granting their voices and needs priority is the start of redistributing that power in an equitable manner. (Alliteratively, so is deprioritizing management by telling them to shut the fuck up, which is admiditly a lot more fun.)

That was merely the practice swing. Now we reach the real controversial part; Why forgo tipping?
Well, that seems obvious; tipping is a scam. But there's a sneaky equivalency happening here. It's forgoing the practice of tipping because the system of tipping is a scam.
So, forgoing the system of tipping? Absolutely. If you're in management, either don't implement it or get rid of it if. If you're a customer, don't go to venues that rely on it. If you're an active or prospective server... well... You can't make it on no income. Organize and/or seek other work where you can. Otherwise do what you have to to keep the lights on.
But forgoing the practice of tipping? No. The other thread had a few approaches for how this was good, actually. None of them hold up.
The "Fuck You, Got Mine" Approach Usually said a more eloquently, but affect doesn't make the underlying message any better. It's a thought process along the lines of "They took a bad job, why should I pay for it?"
Thankfully the least common approach I saw on the original post and the easiest to refute.
First, it's just horribly self-centered. It's refusing to look into any systemic causes like coercion, intentionally ignoring the social contract of service they agreed to (more on that later) and only considers the consequences onto the self as legitimate. It's self-imposed object permanence of the brain. Any other viewpoints or systems outside of the immediate sphere of thought don't exist.
Second, it breaks worker solidarity. As I set up earlier, servers are workers. Blaming workers for a system management chose is horribly counterproductive to any labor movements and just bad practice.
The Hostage Approach One of the popular takes on the other thread was to forgo the practice of tipping as it would eventually put enough pressure onto the businesses to change to wages. Now you may have noticed that this approach is missing any mention of the severs. This is because they're in a middle step that's been intentionally brushed past.
The actual process is; When customers forgo the practice of tipping, it places an extreme economic strain onto the servers who will be forced to either raise absolute hell to management until they get wages (a very unlikely prospect) or quit and seek other work. This leaves management short staffed until they change to a system of wages.
This is a version of abolishing systems of tips where the customer is centered in a bizarre adaptation of the libertarian concept of a Consumer Regulated Market rather than the more collectivist, worker oriented approaches usually advocated in leftist circles because it's the one that actually works.
A knock-on effect of favoring customers and pushing the servers to the sidelines is they're denied agency. The economic pressure is forced onto servers without their consent and regardless of if they can afford it. Can they make rent with a majority of their usual income missing? Too bad, it's happening!
Because management has already benefitted from underpaying servers and servers are already being underpaid, servers will face the pressure first as a guarantee and management will possibly face it eventually in theory. It's trying to resolve a hostage crisis by shooting through the hostage.
The "Should" Approach Another approach that claims interest in abolishing systems of tipping is to say servers should organize and collectively bargain. This is my favored approach. Servers are neither stupid nor helpless and it is predominantly their fight, not the customers. It would be good advice if it ended there.
The problem arises when this is used as an excuse to forgo the practice of tipping. It's gesturing to a vague solution somewhere in distance, then ignoring the server's immediate conditions.
Yes, it would be nice to be earning living wages instead. But they aren't yet. And rent is still due next week.
All problems must be met where they are, not where one wants them to be. If wishes were horses, beggars would ride.
Of particular suspicion is that in order to not tip, one has to order, then pay without tipping. The bill goes to the venue, meaning it benefits management while forgoing the tip is at the detriment of the server. It's the complete opposite of the interests they claim to hold. If they truly wanted to support servers and oppose management, they'd dine and dash while leaving a cash tip. (This is not a recommendation to do that, of course. Because that'd be illegal.)
The actual purpose of this is akin to concern trolling; offering a solution to the server's economic wellbeing (something the customer in this case doesn't actually care about) as a way to shun any responsibility for the server's immediate needs because the server merely has to start a union. Or find a better job. Or some other task that is made out to be quicker and easier than it is and most importantly; the server's personal responsibility.
This is a bootstraps narrative with a coat of red paint. Don't fall for it.

No one in that thread had a good excuse for not practicing tipping, because there is none.
So, putting myself on defense: How can I justify encouraging others to partake in a scam? Am I going to advocate buying a debt ridden MLMs sellers excess stock next? Well, no. For one; usually the server has already provided the service. A tip is now an owed return, not a purchase. Secondly, while the MLM seller approaches customers, customers approach venues with servers. So one can just not go to a venue that relies on tips. If they are in a situation that relies on tips; it's usually because they chose to be there. This isn't the snake oil salesman setting up in the town square, this is going to the snake oil store. You know it's a scam, why are you there?! Go home!
But sometimes circumstance pushes you into the orbit a tip based system. I get it, social pressure and coercion are concepts every leftist should know. But regardless, when you are within any system of tips, the social contract kicks in.
Because it's assumed that the customer, without coercion, approached the services of the server, the customer has agreed to a contract wherein they receive service and then pay for it through a tip because that is the standard.
A customer breaking a social contract they agreed to and that the server is relying on, is a form of exploitation and the server has every right to upset about that, so long as the social contract has merit.
I argue that while the broader system of tips that produced the contract is unjust, the contract itself is still deserving to be upheld by necessity for the server if nothing else. As discussed; a server relies on tips as their livelihood. That's enough for me. What is just is secondary to what is necessary.
If you can't assure you'll help pitch in for the basic necessities of your fellow workers, how could you ever consider yourself an ally, let alone expect them to support you in turn?
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2021.11.28 03:01 clawsortega Acros II

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2021.11.28 03:01 Vexuri Best patches for my type of acne?

I’m 21 years old currently, overall my acne really hasn’t been too terrible (compared to when I was 16 or 17). But I’ve noticed that lately, I’ve been getting a little bit of cystic acne on my chin area, and a little bit of regular acne on my forehead. I’m not sure if it’s because I haven’t been drinking enough water, or what the deal is.
I was wondering, for those that have used acne patches before, what would you recommend for me? I know acne patches aren’t exactly the move for cystic acne, but others have mentioned they work no problem on cysts.
I looked up brands and saw Mighty Patch had some good reviews. Thoughts?
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2021.11.28 03:01 sharewithme Word of The Hour: ভিতৰত

ভিতৰত translates to inside
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2021.11.28 03:01 XYoshiaipomX Love thy neighbor

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2021.11.28 03:01 johnrock001 Gintama Filler List - How To Watch Gintama Without Fillers

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2021.11.28 03:01 snkde NBA 2K22 - PlayStation 5 Or NBA 2K22 - Xbox Series X $26 at Amazon

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2021.11.28 03:01 RLCD-Bot [Saffron Fennec] [Burnt Sienna Fennec: Hardline] [Campfire] [Holiday Hearth] [Xmas Lights]

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2021.11.28 03:01 homosepianoid What do you think about Omicron?

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2021.11.28 03:01 the-ugly-potato Can your average car make coffee? Thats what i thought!

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2021.11.28 03:01 InkedChild [LF] Gible for Spiritomb

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2021.11.28 03:01 sharewithme Word of The Hour: interior

interior translates to inside
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2021.11.28 03:01 No_Biscotti_8233 Should I try to become a teacher with a criminal record?

I’m graduating with a B.A. in literature next semester. I have a class A misdemeanor of deadly conduct on my record after I waved a gun at my older sibling during a schizoaffective episode, however. I cannot expunge this as they placed an AFFV.
This only comes up when seeking a license from the state of Texas.
Should I try to become a teacher still or should I pursue another career like publishing or a non-profit? What other careers would you suggest?
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2021.11.28 03:01 implicatureSquanch Holiday Travel Carry

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2021.11.28 03:01 Nobster100 [no spoilers] What are Arcane's themes?

I love this show. I ADORE this show! I can't stop thinking about it. I visit this subreddit multiple times a day just to get my fix of Arcane content, see more VixCaitlyn fanart, and I have listened almost exclusively to the album. So I come short when it comes to talking about it to a friend of mine who did not get hooked from Act 1. According to them, they find it to be lackluster writing, heavy on lore, and that the characters didn't engage them. Now, through going back and forth, we found that one of the problems is that this friend of mine (a huge cinephile) enjoys theme more than anything. More than character, more than plot, how well a story shares its theme is what matters to them. So they asked me what Arcane's theme was. What's this show about. And I drew a blank. I managed to get the "it's about the relationship between these two sisters torn apart", and managed to throw together something about "the dangers of progress" and "the risks and costs of trying to do good in a world that doesn't encourage you to do so" (pretty proud of that one). But those didn't feel like they fully captured it. So what do you all think? What are the themes of Arcane? And do you find that it does a good job of expressing them from the get-go, in Act 1? Let me know what y'all think!
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2021.11.28 03:01 SnoutStick Ugh I love fishnets. They make me feel so pretty

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2021.11.28 03:01 COC_Matters Today I am very happy

I just realised my 1 year old cousin does not watch cocomelon.. he watches this thing called blippy idk PewDiePie can still win in 50 60 years
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