JudgeHoltman5373 karma2019-02-12 23:17:18 UTC
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Social media echo chambers build up stereotypes that we force onto others.
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JudgeHoltman4091 karma2017-09-14 16:03:26 UTC
Discovery has promoted the hell out of your show, and it has a huge fan and fanart base.
What's the strangest place you've seen your likeness?
JudgeHoltman783 karma2019-09-25 19:04:04 UTC
Basically, he put in his 2 weeks notice instead of spray painting "Get Fucked" in St. Peter's square.
JudgeHoltman606 karma2019-08-28 23:21:09 UTC
You are currently polling at less than 1% and don't even make the top three in any regions.
You don't seem to stand for any particular issue more than anyone else, and don't have a 'gimmick' policy to push like Yang's UBI concept that would be adopted by the party later on as American spends a few years thinking about it.
Your biggest claim is that you've won an election in a Trump State, and that you have a the best chance to beat Trump. That's Biden's whole platform, and polling says he has a fantastically better chance at beating Trump than you do. What do you feel you have that Biden doesn't?
What good do you feel you're contributing with your continued presence in this Presidential Race?
JudgeHoltman481 karma2020-12-18 18:43:42 UTC
I'm an Engineer and regularly use MS Office to produce reports and calculations. Subscript and Superscript are something I use all the time.
For at least the last 15 years, in MS Word I can hit "Ctrl +" & "Ctrl Shift +" to make the highlighted text Subscript or Superscript.
But MS Word sucks for calculations, so I use MS Excel. But MS Excel it's about 8 clicks to make something super or subscript, and the hotkey technology hasn't made it in.
So my question is, why was MS Office 2003 the best version of office that was ever produced?
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