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z May 11
Nationalizing the banks? From an European perspective, you’re talking nonsense. It’s absolutely normal for postal offices to offer banking services, pretty much everywhere around the world. Have a look at the “by country” section here:
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z Apr 18
Replying to @ThisIsMissEm
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thaddeus e. grugq Apr 16
Replying to @thegrugq
The insidious idea that “fake news” is just fiction masquerading as news is really dangerous. Real disinformation is entirely, or at least mostly, true. It is just framed to fit a narrative that benefits the propagandist.
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whitequark Apr 15
core dumplings
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z Apr 13
Oh ok, you found out after the fact—so that would have happened with any bank. The part where you said you literally watched someone funneling money out of your bank account w/o being able to stop it painted a bleaker picture. Anyways best of luck, hope you get your money back.
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z Apr 13
Couldn’t you theoretically block the card from the app?
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z Apr 12
Replying to @helveticade @n26 and 2 others
That sucks! how is this even possibile? I have an account but never closed my old one at because I never really trusted completely… guess I was right!!
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Johnny Haeusler Mar 26
Und dann ist der Kiosk, Späti, Minimarkt um die Ecke auch weg. Haus wurde verkauft, Vertrag nach fast zwei Jahrzehnten nicht verlängert. Es kotzt mich so an. Ihr zerstört Nachbarschaften, Familien, soziale Strukturen. Ihr seid miese, gierige, schlechte Menschen.
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z Mar 11
Replying to @craigmod
38% zero spaces? Y‘all savages!
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z Jan 12
Replying to @jqtrde
one of the raddest UI out there for sure!
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z Jan 2
And I love that people are still offering it on their blogs. No idea how many of us are still out there… me, I wouldn’t trade RSS for the world :)
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z Jan 2
Anyway thanks for getting back to me and pointing me in the right direction! Looking forward to see your posts popping into my feed again :)
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z Jan 2
Got to the bottom of it. Apparently the working feed is elsewhere, on FeedBurner. This is the correct feed URL: The RSS feed’s URL declared in your HTML — the one detected by Miniflux that I was using for testing — is not working.
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z Jan 2
Yes, I remember it going on and off for a while last fall, but now I’ve been getting a steady 403 for about 4 weeks. To grab the feed I’m using Miniflux with this URL: Weirdly enough, I get a validation error using the same URL with — no 403.
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z Jan 2
Hey Dan, there’s a problem with the RSS feed over at (see screenshot). It’s been like this for about a month. Any chance you could fix it?
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z Dec 30
“The use of Facebook weaves corporate infrastructure into the fabric of ethos-driven spaces.”
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z Dec 21
Replying to @lukasbisdorf @craigmod
meh
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z Dec 21
I second Bruno Munari. Simple, plain prose, lots of great illustrations and photos, diversions in fine arts, architecture and folklore. A pleasure to read and re-read. I’d avoid textbookish stuff like “Introduction to…” and such.
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z Dec 13
hey, great project over at but apparently no RSS feed? :/
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z Dec 10
Replying to @f_schmidt_BB
Besonders interessant ist der "Wichtige Hinweis" ganz am Schluss. Lächerlich.
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