when you're a famous dubstep producer and you're struggling with getting ideas for a new track 

@kescher *when your payment gateway sucks ass

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Opinions based on propaganda videos on Russian conscription and war stuff 

I saw a video that's supposedly fresh Russian conscripts being told that they need to source their own sleeping bags, hygienic supplies and medical supplies.


Shieeeeet


I cannot comprehend this shit
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oops~ what a shame! our security feature actually completely removes adblockers from existing

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(if any of you wants to get the domain "trackrack.app", just ask me and you can get it transferred to you. it was related to the project)

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❄️ Snowflake is helping people in Iran and other countries circumvent Internet censorship.

Let people know you're operating a Snowflake proxy by downloading and printing our Snowflake sticker pack!

community.torproject.org/outre

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Currently, the Tor Browser is based on Firefox Extended Support Release (ESR); it lags behind stable releases by up to 13 months and only receives the subset of security backports deemed to be a high-enough priority.

The Tor Uplift project is an initiative to upstream all the Tor Browser’s patches into Firefox. Its goal is to make re-basing the Tor browser patches easy enough for the Tor Browser to track Firefox’s stable release channel. The Tor Uplift has been in progress for seven years, with several of the Tor Browser’s biggest modifications successfully upstreamed (first-party isolation, fingerprinting resistance, and more robust proxy support).

On 2022-06-28, Firefox 102 ESR was released. Today, on 2022-09-20, Firefox 91 ESR will lose support. That gave a window of about three months (the duration of three Firefox stable releases) to re-base Tor Browser patches.

The first stable release of the Tor Browser based on ESR 102 hasn’t yet shipped (it’s close; an alpha version is available). Seven years into the Tor uplift, the Tor Project isn’t able to keep up with the Firefox ESR release calendar. I don’t think the Tor Uplift will succeed at getting the Tor Browser to track Firefox’s stable channel; at best, it’s keeping the Tor Browser from falling too far behind ESR.

POSSE note from https://seirdy.one/notes/2022/09/19/state-of-the-tor-uplift/

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The image in this post displays its own MD5 hash.

You can download and hash it yourself, and it should still match - 1337e2ef42b9bee8de06a4d223a51337

I think this is the first PNG/MD5 hashquine.
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after a few hours of fucking around: yes!

i have a nokia 5.4

⚠️ PSA: the-sauna.icu is back online.

Well it was never "offline" but the domain's serverHold was removed - it was removed after i emailed nic.icu's abuse email for the 3rd time (or something like that).

Everything is back to normal and services seem to be stable.
I'd love to know why but all i got was an: "We have removed the server hold" which is to say is a tidbit disappointing.

This all was a hellish experience and I get no answers.
Thanks a lot ShortDot.

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