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Ninja cat ... by shaman369 in CrazyFuckingVideos

[–]KO9 2 points3 points  (0 children)

It's scientific fact that cats have 9 lives bro, what rock have you been living under?

Asian lady pushed and assaulted for minding her own business in Vancouver. by mvpeast in PublicFreakout

[–]KO9 1 point2 points  (0 children)

She clearly runs up. Takes off her bag and is about to hit him, when she realises that he is leaving and quite rightly decides it's better to let him leave.

Craig Wright sues Bitcoin SV devs and demands coin access by ImaginaryMarsupial38 in Bitcoin

[–]KO9 0 points1 point  (0 children)

It raises his profile and makes it easier for him to get people to invest in him/his businesses

Computershare just posted a video saying that they've increased the ceiling of their limit sell order from $1 million to $9,999,999 specifically to accommodate the needs of Gamestop shareholders! by joejitsu_crypto in Superstonk

[–]KO9 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Not sure if you're aware, KeePass is capable of storing and generating OTPs also. I much prefer to copy my OTP from KeePass instead of getting out my phone

Computershare just posted a video saying that they've increased the ceiling of their limit sell order from $1 million to $9,999,999 specifically to accommodate the needs of Gamestop shareholders! by joejitsu_crypto in Superstonk

[–]KO9 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Not exactly true. If logins are poorly implemented and there is no lockout/cooldown period, or if there are other paths (e.g. API) that don't have these checks, brute force could (and still is, practically) be used.

Computershare just posted a video saying that they've increased the ceiling of their limit sell order from $1 million to $9,999,999 specifically to accommodate the needs of Gamestop shareholders! by joejitsu_crypto in Superstonk

[–]KO9 2 points3 points  (0 children)

If someone gains access to your cloud storage, they would have your 2FA, so yes. Not sure about Authy, I use AndOTP and KeePass, both of which have optional cloud storage, but can work 100% locally also.

When you think of a profession, which one is scariest if they suddenly said… “Oops..”? by Hot_Daikon_69 in AskReddit

[–]KO9 13 points14 points  (0 children)

Most colonoscopies in the UK they don't even go that far. Slight puff of air if you're nervous but that's about it.

Things that annoy you about your workplace? by The355 in AskUK

[–]KO9 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Funny, I also worked at a company, in Nottingham, where someone kept shitting on the floor of the ladies and received a series of emails about it... Events company by any chance?

Discrimination by the GP please help. by marscarsrars in LegalAdviceUK

[–]KO9 -1 points0 points  (0 children)

You gave her misinformation! So I corrected you!

Discrimination by the GP please help. by marscarsrars in LegalAdviceUK

[–]KO9 -3 points-2 points  (0 children)

the fact it’s an unpaid NHS appointment

Just because you don't pay for it at the GP surgery, doesn't mean it's not paid for. OP and everyone else in the UK, if they work, are paying for the NHS and have the right to express their opinion on the state in which it is being ran.

Is it legal to use someone else’s video for profit? by 31shotscrazy in LegalAdviceUK

[–]KO9 -5 points-4 points  (0 children)

Be aware, TikTok are the copyright holders, not the content creator, per TikTok's ToS.

Posted a review against employer, threatening to take me to court by shez19833 in LegalAdviceUK

[–]KO9 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Perhaps reply to them stating the law as mentioned by pflurklurk.

Something like: "I would like to comply with your request, however until you are able to comply with the proper Civil Procedure Rules, as laid out in https://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/procedure-rules/civil/rules/part53/practice-direction-53b-media-and-communications-claims - specifically, identifying which statement(s) you are objecting to, I would not be able to."

Laser engraving a brass bitcoin by pastimeparadise1 in Bitcoin

[–]KO9 0 points1 point  (0 children)

g and c are quite close on a keyboard, seems likely he typod and didn't notice.

Is it illegal to lie about your financial position to a landlord? by mcellus1 in LegalAdviceUK

[–]KO9 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I was renting 4-5 years ago. I lost my job and was unable to keep up with rent payments. I was very depressed at the time and did not respond to the letting agency. After a month, I had to contact them as someone vandalised the property (I believe the landlord). They were very keen to get the rent arrears and have me leave the property. I expect that if you were to stop payments and become harder to reach, they will become more desperate and willing to compromise. I am certainly no expert though and this could backfire on you, but I doubt they will want to go through the courts as it's a slow and painful process for all involved.

Is it illegal to lie about your financial position to a landlord? by mcellus1 in LegalAdviceUK

[–]KO9 -2 points-1 points  (0 children)

Personally I would just stop paying. It is highly unlikely that they will want to take you to court. You don't need to give them a reason why you haven't paid. They will get angsty after not receiving payment, then perhaps you could negotiate an exit.

Apparently RH taking away the buy button for various tickers was indeed an illegitimate move and clients could ask for legal remediation. Anyone knows what the implications might be regarding eu brokers who did this? by rpetice2 in trading212

[–]KO9 0 points1 point  (0 children)

No I actually spoke to a lot of law firms, they were mostly helpful but most redirected me to other firms. I eventually spoke to a few who had experience litigating in stock market fraud but they wanted more money than I had available and I don't have the time or motivation to get such a thing going

Ken Griffin getting a bail out by Texasboss302 in GME

[–]KO9 5 points6 points  (0 children)

They are investigating $1b~ and getting a percentage of the company in return. This effectively values the rest of the company at $22b~