Posts with lots of hot air.

🤬 Sonic is coming to Burlingame!

Guess who is dumping their crappy Comcast internet service for Sonic? ME!

My current bill for Comcast is $130/month. With Sonic, I will be getting the exact same gigabit internet speeds for only $40/month.

And that’s not even the best part: Sonic internet is uncapped! No more sucking internet through a tiny straw all month to ensure I stay below the 1 terabyte monthly usage limit!!! #stoked

Internet provider Sonic adding faster gigabit fiber service for 19 Bay Area neighborhoods [SF Chronicle]

🤬 Modern schooling is a joke

Elementary school, junior high, and high school are near complete wastes of time. Classes such as English and theology are wholly useless in the society we currently live in. Almost nothing taught is applicable outside of the classroom. Hell, even history class, the story of how we got to where we are today, is mostly useless considering that no history after World War I is ever studied.

That being said, it looks like someone finally pulled their head out of their ass and realized that kids might need to know something about the world they live in before they graduate.

California May Require High Schools To Teach Financial Literacy As Part Of Economics Course [CBS13 Sacramento]

Heaven forbid they ever start teaching kids other useful subjects such as how to use a computer and the internet, how to engage in healthy sexual relationships, how to spot bias and false information in writing and video, how to successfully work in a company setting, how to assess political candidates and engage in our democratic system, or how to survive financially in a world where over 50% of your income goes towards rent.

🤬 State of my life

Almost every one of my friends now owns a house in the Bay Area. Meanwhile, I’m sitting here hoping that someday I might be able to find an apartment where I can live for even one day without being woken up or disturbed by my neighbors.

Life feels hopeless.

🤬 Police protecting their own

Here’s another example of police protecting their own so that unlawful behavior goes unpunished. However, this time the story comes from close to home: San Francisco.

Charges dropped for deputies accused of forcing inmates into ‘fight club’ [The Guardian]

How long is our society going to accept the lunacy of allowing police departments to investigate their own misbehavior? In nearly every facet of human life, misbehavior is investigated and remedied by an external party. But when it comes to the United States, for some reason the police are too holy to be held equally accountable.

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