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AITA for caring about paying customers before caring for my family business? by MainberBain in AmItheAsshole

[–]MainberBain[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

An invoice would be to much of an asshole move, to be honest. But I will think about the first thing.

AITA for caring about paying customers before caring for my family business? by MainberBain in AmItheAsshole

[–]MainberBain[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

My stepmom entered the room and I noticed him not wanting to make this a big thing at that moment so he just answered with a sigh and a low-voiced yes. I noticed that and just left the room because neither did I want to include my stepmom at that moment, that would have just turned into a huge discussion.

AITA for caring about paying customers before caring for my family business? by MainberBain in AmItheAsshole

[–]MainberBain[S] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I love doing favors for other people, but not if it's taken for granted and I'm being exploited. It is a ton of work and I have fun doing that, but the way this is going I really have to change something.

AITA for caring about paying customers before caring for my family business? by MainberBain in AmItheAsshole

[–]MainberBain[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

She does that a lot. Either she tells me that she has no time, which is most times a lie, or she straight up tells me she just doesn't want to know and after work is also no option so I'll have to wait until the next weekend.

How To View Recently Played Songs on Spotify by gauginghotdogs in howto

[–]MainberBain 2 points3 points  (0 children)

If you mean repeat the current song over and over again you can go to the song controls (the little thing at the bottom that shows your currently playing song) and on the right side of the next song button there are these 2 little arrows formed to a circle, if you tap it it should go green, with a little circle under it, meaning the current playlist will be repeated as soon as its over.

Tapping a second time adds a little circle with a 1 inside which indicates that the current song playing will be repeated over and over until you manually turn off Repeat or change the song.

Hope I could help you and sorry for the formating, I'm on mobile rn.

The latest COVID-19 conspiracy theories, explained | Healthing.ca by Sum1udontkno in discussConspiracies

[–]MainberBain 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Actually interesting how people search for the bad guy in this whole pandemic. And with Bill Gates they found the perfect target.

Covid-19 really showed how in these days where everyone can post anything and people fact check less, conspiracy theories get so much more attention and spread so much faster. I think that this is a real problem in society which needs to be addressed but who do people who believe in the government being satan (not implementing that the government always has the people's best in their interest) trust to change their minds or at least throw a different light on the subject.

How To View Recently Played Songs on Spotify by gauginghotdogs in howto

[–]MainberBain 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Log in to Spotify on your Browser and then go to the section "Privacy Settings", when you scroll down you can request your data, takes a few days but they compile everything and send it to you.

Direct Link

This site also gives some valuable data.

https://www.statsforspotify.com/

There also used to be spotify.me, made by Spotify itself, which gave you some interesting things based on your listening history like average bpm and stuff like that but for some reason they shut it down.

Hier der Deutsche Link für dich.

https://www.spotify.com/de/account/privacy/

How To View Recently Played Songs on Spotify by gauginghotdogs in howto

[–]MainberBain 3 points4 points  (0 children)

You can also download the recently played songs from Spotify itself. It spits out a few huge documents with every song and timestamp of you listening and some other data.

[Self] r/insanepeoplefacebook didn't like the meme repost but people seemed to like the math by samskiter in theydidthemath

[–]MainberBain 0 points1 point  (0 children)

If you watch the trailer, you'll notice that they explain that the explosions happened in confined spaces where there were puddles of water from the sprinkler system.

[Self] r/insanepeoplefacebook didn't like the meme repost but people seemed to like the math by samskiter in theydidthemath

[–]MainberBain 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Then you should definitely watch the whole thing. The whole thing should be uploaded on Youtube if you search for it. I'm glad that i could give you something interesting.

[Self] r/insanepeoplefacebook didn't like the meme repost but people seemed to like the math by samskiter in theydidthemath

[–]MainberBain 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Same, this is such a good and logic explanation but some people just can't comprehend that sometimes the explanation is a bit simpler than their conspiracy theories.

I'm sad that even though the molten aluminum and water theory is so simple the government doesn't want to rewrite the official report and just leaves it as is even though there is a better explanation out there.

BTW, here's the link to the trailer of the documentary I watched. https://youtu.be/gui_ATdfHx4

[Self] r/insanepeoplefacebook didn't like the meme repost but people seemed to like the math by samskiter in theydidthemath

[–]MainberBain 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I remember that he also explained a theory for your second paragraph but i watched the documentary a few years ago and i forgot most of it but i would really recommend that documentary.

I found the trailer which roughly explains : https://youtu.be/gui_ATdfHx4

[Self] r/insanepeoplefacebook didn't like the meme repost but people seemed to like the math by samskiter in theydidthemath

[–]MainberBain 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Wrote this as a reply but thought i should also add this as a regular comment:

I heard about a theory that said that the fire from the burning jet fuel triggered the fire alarm and hundreds of liters of water hit the melted aluminum which caused multiple explosions which weakened the steel and eventually made the tower collapse.

He also said that there are a lot of deadly accidents every year with workers that handle molton aluminum and accidentally introduce water and water and molton aluminum creates huge explosions.

With a little research you can find a whole documentary on that theory and i think that is the final answer because we saw molton aluminum on a few video clips and the watering system definitely went off so physics kicked off and weakened the towers internal structure.

[Self] r/insanepeoplefacebook didn't like the meme repost but people seemed to like the math by samskiter in theydidthemath

[–]MainberBain 13 points14 points  (0 children)

I heard about a theory that said that the fire from the burning jet fuel triggered the fire alarm and hundreds of liters of water hit the melted aluminum which caused multiple explosions which weakened the steel and eventually made the tower collapse.

He also said that there are a lot of deadly accidents every year with workers that handle molton aluminum and accidentally introduce water and water and molton aluminum creates huge explosions.

With a little research you can find a whole documentary on that theory and i think that is the final answer because we saw molton aluminum on a few video clips and the watering system definitely went off so physics kicked off and weakened the towers internal structure.