running the jvm inside a docker container inside k8s on linux running inside a virtual machine that runs on a hypervisor that runs in user space within a zone on solaris which runs inside a virtual machine hosted by a hypervisor inside a freebsd jail which itself sits inside hyperv on windows all running within an x86 emulator built to run in a plan9 namespace on a raspberry pi
Back in 1913, the mine workers #union was not f-ing around!
(via birdsite: https://twitter.com/postlexical/status/1315044312225181696)
The amount of money you make does not determine your class status. How you relate to the means of production determines your class status.
There is no arbitrary salary line that takes you from working class to bourgeoisie. Going from $99k to $100k doesn't flip a switch.
Do you make your living by buying the labor of others to make things that you sell? That's bourgeois.
Do you sell your labor so that you can survive? That's proletarian.
@dankwraith i think the root of this is that it is laughable to talk about "cultural appropriation" in an ahistoric way. it's absolutely a thing that exists, but it exists as part of a larger framework of systemic oppression and _that's what makes it so bad_. there is an incredible amount of liberalism in adopting the idea of "cultural appropriation" but completely divorcing it from colonialism.
When coffee makers are demanding a ransom, you know IoT is screwed
Watch along as hacked machine grinds, beeps, and spews water.
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