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Albert Einstein, Fake, and Google: 32% D 20:35 Spark NZ r/CasualConversation Posted by ht 3h I just matched with my downstairs neighbor on Tinder R Just Chatting Discussion Imagine my surprise when I'm in bed and some random man and I match and the distance says “3 feet". Spooky, but I thought it had to be a glitch. He messaged me and said it said the same on his too. He then took a broom and banged on the ceiling and texted "did you hear that"?O 1 580 Share 84 BEST COMMENTS 94• 3h • That's hilarious! I feel like that's s.. I smell a sitcom.... 2h • 2h • That broom ain't gonna be the only thing ban... young • 2h Oh my gosh what are the odds 1 24 Reply 2. 8m Zero, because unfortunately this is fake. For both safety and technical reasons tinder only ever says “<1 mile ." Even if it could get down to feet, 3feet between an upstairs and downstairs neighbor would mean the downstairs neighbor is standing on a chair and holding their phone up right to the ceiling while the upstairs neighbor is laying on the ground. Vote 4m And also the 3 ft is vertical distance here. 1 Vote 1h Tinder shows distance at mile precision, it says "less than a mile away", otherwise it'd be too easy for stalkers 1 36 Reply 1h That's just simply not true my man. Take a trip to NYC and virtually everyone is within a few hundred feet -24 1h It is true, that's how it is for me and most people over on r/tinder. I have literally never seen it say feet or have heard anyone mention distant being in feet 1 22 1h okay whatever you say -32 don't just take his word for it, do a quick google search, or just don't post fabricated stories 1 19 1h Tinder is one of the most used apps, did she think that people wouldn't have figured it out, lol 4 Vote 15m Can we please see a screenshot? Vote 3m You can post fake stories if interesting, but don't handle them as if they were real. Don't expect people to believe it. ↑ Vote 18m A simple screenshot would take about 3 seconds and help your case considerably. But you won't post one, because you're lying (badly). 1 Vote 1h I thought it could only go >1 mile?.. ↑ 24 + Reply · 1h It does, she's lying. It never says feet because that's way too dangerous 1 Vote 17m Someone should tell Grindr. Vote 55m You're right. I found my cousin in Tinder when she was staying the night. She was just across the hall and it read "1 mile" Vote - 36m Roll Tide 1 Vote 58m It does, she's full of it. I've matched with people in gas station parking lots by complete chance and recognized them, "<1 mile" despite being well under 50 feet. 1 Vote 31m It does indeed. There's a very interesting blog post from a technical perspective here https://robertheaton.com/2018/07/09/how -tinder-keeps-your-location-a-bit-private/ 1 Vote 1h Nah I've had a ton of people that were only a few hundred feet when I'm in big cities -12 |19m And the Name of that quy? Albert Einstein! 1 Vote Karma whore doesn't realise how Tinder works

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Drinking, Funny, and Shooters: Recommended 0.1 hrs on record POSTED: 7 NOVEMBER This great game depicts a realistic experience of how it felt to be a common russian soldier in WW2. It shows the horror of war, and the mortality of men. You play as a common foot soldier in the red army, seperated by the rest of your team, surrounded by enemies. The only allies you can rely on is your trusty AK-47, and your bottle of Vodka. You must use guerrlla tactics to fight the enemy. The soundtrack and graphics are amazing, making you feel truly immersed in the russian landscape, while giving you a feeling of great national pride for mother Russia. The controls are easy to learn, but hard to master. It's hard to aim your weapon, giving you a feeling of how it was using an AK-47 in WW2. To heal you have to stand still while drinking vodka. This is the only thing that breaks the immersion of the game, as russians would usually move around while drinking, but I believe the developers chose to add this common misconception of ww2 as a game mechanic to make the game harder, and not too easy. As they made the game harder with this mechanic, you can almost call it a "Souls-like" game. I would recommend this game to everyone who loves historically accurate games, as well as third-person shooters, and to everyone who loves vodka. All in all I would rate this game 10/10 Funny Was this review helpful? Yes No 210 people found this review helpful 292 people found this review funny The best game

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Back, Easy, and Open: ED Cg M A The button to open my back hatch is way too easy to hit with my knee

The button to open my back hatch is way too easy to hit with my knee

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Being Alone, Apparently, and Beijing: if not for Trump 14 minutes to obliterate Hong Kong, Trump claims he told Xi, "You will be making a big mistake. It's going to have a tremendous negative impact on the trade deal." And therein lies the rub. When will our starry- eyed revolutionaries understand that Hong Kongis just a minor pawn to be sacrificed in the greater chess tournament of the US-China trade war, and their well-being is the least of Washington's considerations, despite all its virtue signalling over democracy and human rights. Keep that in mind when looking at how Trump hinted he might veto the so-called Hong Kong Democracy and Human Rights Act, which has just been passed by both chambers of the US Congress That scurrilous piece oflegislation concocted by snake-oil hucksters on Capitol Hill hell bent on cutting off Hong Kong's nose to spite Beijing's face, while pretending to offer a cure for protesters' ills,is aimed at stripping this city of its special status as a separate trading entity from the rest of China and badly hurting business-meaning the only losers would be Hongkongers themselves. "We have to stand with Hong Kong." Trump declared, responding directly to a popular protest slogan appealing for international support. "But I'm also standing with President Xi. He's a friend of mine. He's an incredible guy." Itmust be a highly confusing time to be waving the star-spangled banner on our streets these days. Yonden Lhatoo is the chief news editor at the Post Yonden Lhatoo breaks down the US president's astonishing claim that he stopped his Chinese counterpart from wiping out the protest-torn city with a million PLA troops idiculing Donald Trump is too easy. There's more than enough of that going on already, and it's become an exercise in futility because America's 45th president is who he is, will say what he will say, and will do what he will do. Butlet's just pause for a minute, for the benefit of Hong Kong's anti-China revolution and its US-flag- waving warriors, and deconstruct their great white saviour's latest message to them. "Ifit weren't for me, Hong Kong would have been obliterated within 14 minutes," Trump boasted in a phone interview on Fox & Friends, his audiovisual Wikipedia of world news. Chinese President Xi Jinping "has got a million soldiers standing outside of Hong Kong that aren't going in only because I asked him, please don't do that". Any willing suspension of disbelief hits a snag right away when he claims a million PLA troops are all revved up at the border, poised to pounce on Hong Kong, with only his magnanimous eminence preventing them from wiping us all out, apparently. Don't Americans get it? The PLA is already here, in strategic locations across the city, confined to barracks, as it has been for more than two decades since the handover to Chinese sovereignty. JUST And what is with the specificity of that strange 14 minutes" reference? The Eastern Theatre Command of the People's Liberation Army has already said its troops would only need 10 minutes to reach Hong Kong from Shenzhen. So that means another four minutes to "obliterate" this city? Unless Trump just plucked the number out of thin air, as he has often been known to do. This kind of talk also exposes an appalling lack of understanding as to how things really work in this part of the world, and how Beijing won't need the likes of Trump to prevent a crackdown on Hong Kong that it doesn't even need to contemplate, let alone execute, when it can showcase the endless anarchy here as proof to the international community of its tolerance and benevolence. Don't forget the chaos that has overtaken this city of fewer than 7,5 million works to the Communist Party's propagandist advantage, enabling it to convince more than 1.4 billion people across the border that this is what happens without its unifying leadership. Sure, Beijing officials do make the occasional, obligatory threatening sounds, but they have allowed Hong Kong to burn for half a year now and look set to play the long game. SAYING Hong Kong newspaper publishes this piece today ridiculing Trump again.

Hong Kong newspaper publishes this piece today ridiculing Trump again.

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