Probably planted the seed yeah, considering he was replying to nobodies. Went after "ethnonats" on my channel then started going after the same types on twitter.
I did a search for him using the term and he hadn't used it in ages, so it seems to fit.
Master Brew saw my video and that played a part as well, spoke to him via DM and he said Raheem was stealing his content early on without credit. Raheems chickens are coming home to roost it would seem.
It's so bland and tasteless, haven't had it in the longest time, and the last time I did reminded me exactly why I stopped.
I don't know of anyonewho owns them, but Ive seen an ever increasing number of ads for them. There's a fucking butter advert in which some animated character is using one. The normalisation of corporate and government spying is so fucking dangerous and yet people fall for it.
Convenience laziness Why bother getting your phone out to search something when you can just ask your very own state agent for the info.
technological progress masks societal decline
The arguments for marijuana legalisation are really starting me triggered tbh lads.
You can objectively punish it and completely stop its use by the simple act of having regular, random drug tests. It isn't some fucking mystery. We have them at our college for all cadets. Company sends you a text in the morning telling you you're up for a drug test at 9am and if you don't turn up you'll be instantly fired/have your education terminated. Simple. You fail - you're out on your arse and you'll never be hired in the industry again because it goes on record. Literally always get one or two idiots every year that fail it, thinking it's some kind of joke and end up kicked out of the college + company they were sponsored by.
Why is that so hard, lads? Why can't normal universities make their students take drug tests? Literally any profession that's worthwhile/necessary for society will make you take drug tests so why not prepare students for the real world by starting them at 18.