2021.10.19 16:15 Patterson9191717 Solidarity with John Deere Workers On Strike!
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2021.10.19 16:15 BadLandsHere Red Life Grian Skin i made!
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2021.10.19 16:15 Dan-Vids I made this short animation
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2021.10.19 16:15 WadsworthWordsworth Possible to pull windows user IDs from outlook email?
I have a list of emails and I’m wondering if there’s a way to pull with Windows login ID for all of those users. Is that something that can be pulled from Outlook? I’ve pulled aliases but that’s not the same thing it turns out. Any thoughts appreciated!
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2021.10.19 16:15 RepresentativeWay182 Angela Simmons shows off her stunning curves in sexy bikini
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2021.10.19 16:15 Ravikantkuldeep Nature Doesn't need People....People need Nature. 🌍🌳
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2021.10.19 16:15 communistpedagogy Disrupting Disruption: On Intervening Against Technological Restructuring // 'Strategies for class struggle must include organizing at the sites of techno-scientific research and development' by R.K. Upadhya
"The framework of class composition, developed out of work by militant intellectuals in Italy in the 1960s, carries forward Marx’s arguments in Fragment to help understand the dialectic between class struggle and technology, arguing that the two are locked together in a feedback loop. Capital’s process of subsuming workers’ knowledge and skills into machines is driven by successful workers’ struggles that decrease the rate of profit, thus requiring investments into technology, the restructuring of the workplace, and the displacement of workers’ movements as the very nature of work is transformed, displaced, and shifted – a decomposition of the working class. At the same time, this technological restructuring creates new forms of work that create the grounds for new forms of organizing, resistance, and rebellion – a recomposition of the working class. Thus are the two forces – class struggle and technological change – continually driving each other in an escalating spiral, with the composition of workers’ movements continuously transforming.https://notesfrombelow.org/article/disrupting-disruption
We’ve seen this process play out in waves throughout the history of capitalism, particularly in its leading edges. Textile workers struggled continuously over the course of the 1800s, while capitalists deployed increasingly sophisticated systems of machinery to combat them – spinning mules, power looms, etc. The rise of the auto industry and Fordism restructured capitalism and undermined the power of the various crafts unions and councils that had sprung up in the late 1800s and early 1900s, but simultaneously laid the grounds for new struggles around the assembly line that gave rise to trade unions and mass communist parties. The restructuring of capitalism in the 1970s and 1980s was partially triggered by the increasing militancy of trade unions, which provoked not just automation, but also new transportation and communication technologies that made possible the offshoring of entire industries away from centers of organized labor.
Class composition theory thus advances Marxist analysis of technology, but continues Marx’s blindspot in brushing aside how technoscience is actually developed for use by capital, and fetishizes technology as an external object that is seemingly spontaneously conjured up by capital.
But if capital’s ultimate weapon against the working class is decomposition through technological restructuring, then it is necessary to analyze the dynamics around technoscientific development such that working-class militants can predict and outflank capital. Without this level of analysis, it is impossible to wage effective class struggle, as militants will always be analyzing class composition and recomposing political organizations after the fact. Anticipating structural changes in response to working class movements, and organizing accordingly, must be a key strategic plank of revolutionary class struggle.
And to raise the stakes even further, there is also a need to strategize around seizing control of the means of technoscientific development, in the same manner as the history of class struggle thus far has been to strategize around seizing the means of production. This more ambitious goal gets back to the idea that the sites of producing science and technology are themselves sites of class struggle. And more than that, whether or not technoscientific workers – programmers, engineers, designers, chemists, biologists, etc. – can be composed into a revolutionary class movement is a question that will also determine whether the process of technological restructuring can itself be seized and turned against capitalism.
Thus, a key task for Marxism and class composition theory today is to recognize that the development of technoscience itself constitutes a terrain of class struggle, where workers of various sorts are mobilized by capital to research, develop, deploy, and maintain its weapons – and where workers of all sorts resist and rebel."
2021.10.19 16:15 apocalypserisin Geissele SBR eform 1 Dissaproval
Just got a disapproval for my eform 1 to sbr a geissele super duty, reason stated was 'model does not match on forms'. Does that mean there is a mismatch between something on my form or something in the drop down is bad.
Also, do I have to resubmit my fingerprints and cleo copies?
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2021.10.19 16:15 Iminhere3000 Blackrock/Vanguard/etc--anybody recommend some good reads or documentaries on these huge investment firms?
I know they are both worth trillions, own a huge amount of real estate and stock holdings (both own massive Pfizer stock...hmm) but would like to do a deep dive.
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2021.10.19 16:15 fortifier22 The media is doing an awful job at covering up the fact that there was no short squeeze for GME and that we were right.
Right now the media is trying to talk about the SEC report on GameStop without mentioning how shorts didn't cover. Here's a quote from Barron's article on the SEC report;
Those who think that something went wrong in January — perhapsbecause of nefarious reasons — may be disappointed by the SEC report,however. For those expecting a smoking gun, or evidence that phenomenalike naked short selling or hedge fund-broker collusion played a role,the 44-page report may not make for steamy reading. There are few majorrevelations beyond what has been discussed before.But immediately after they go on to say the following;
In addition, the report says that the main reason behind the surge inGameStop shares was not a short squeeze, but the overall enthusiasm ofretail traders buying stock. While some short sellers did appear tocause upward movement in the stock when they covered their short bets,those moves were overshadowed by the sheer volume of buyers getting intothe stock. The report details the enormous surge of retail buyinginterest. “By Jan. 27, the number of unique accounts trading GME on agiven day increased from less than 10,000 at the beginning of the monthto nearly 900,000,” it said.In other words, they boasted that retail "conspiracy theorists" were wrong about the short squeeze theory, let later state that there wasn't a short squeeze and thus those same "conspiracy theories" were right...
Some theories were off. One reason GameStop generated so much attention was because it fit a compelling David versus Goliath narrative, in which a band of renegade traders coordinating on platforms like Reddit successfully took on big hedge funds that had placed bets against GameStop. When the company's share price rose dramatically, those hedge funds allegedly had to buy stock in the company to cover their positions, triggering even bigger gains.How dare these guys still try to spin the narrative that the GME saga is all about retail committing market manipulation or that they were still "technically" right that January's price action was a short squeeze?
That did happen. But the SEC found that "such buying was a small fraction of overall buy volume," and that it was "positive sentiment, not the buying-to-cover, that sustained the weeks-long price appreciation of GameStop stock."
2021.10.19 16:15 NeilBenson3 Snail
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2021.10.19 16:15 moststupidredditor What is your living costs?
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2021.10.19 16:15 gnataral I just saw this on twitter!
2021.10.19 16:15 oliveskate C/S: friends pulled a prank on me (sorry for the quality, this was 10 years ago)
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2021.10.19 16:15 StrikingSign9325 How to Level a Berserker General's Cry Character
Hey all,for the upcoming Scourge league i am planning on going all in with a general's cry build.I will be playing with blade flurry.Only thing that confuses me is what skills do i use before i get the generals cry setup going ? I tried muleing a dualist and getting a splitting steel/chance to bleed setup but i wanted to ask if you guys know a better and faster way to do it.
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2021.10.19 16:15 _himikoo_t6 anyone iso skeleton lexi? I may have an extra one coming and wanted to see what kinda of trades i could possibly get 😊(not my pic/for attention) I’ll send pics to anyone interested when it arrives!
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2021.10.19 16:15 JirohSalonga Should I record vocals with my Apple earphones’ mic (the ones that are plugged through the charging port) or my IPhone’s internal mic?
2021.10.19 16:15 Duderus159 Ran a terrarium for a bit to get the moss to stick. Added water today and I have no idea what these are…
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2021.10.19 16:15 youtuber00 MONTAGE SU CALL OF DUTY MOBILE #15
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2021.10.19 16:15 Solo_and_Chewy Oh no Tom
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2021.10.19 16:15 Bigdogwoofy Play my trap card
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2021.10.19 16:15 luwop6 😭😂😂
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2021.10.19 16:15 aa616262 Looking for giant whales, are there any early farmers like me?
2021.10.19 16:15 alfredosolisfuentes Literally the entire Dragon Ball franchise
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