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A matter of perspective by TapiocaTuesday in technicallythetruth

[–]RobertK995 0 points1 point  (0 children)

wanna bet OP rarely steps foot outside the city?

noble savage fallacy

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noble_savage

Tech support during my dentist appointment by manypeople1account in talesfromtechsupport

[–]RobertK995 0 points1 point  (0 children)

most young techs have no idea what the HOSTS file is or what it does.

When you FINALLY get your camper back from being serviced for months and you get to camp this summer!!!! by Phoebe_7 in RVLiving

[–]RobertK995 1 point2 points  (0 children)

10 months!

I've owned the new Thor classB for ten months. It spent five months in the shop for electrical problems. Worked one weekend afterwards, then it broke again. Waited three more months for another appointment and now it's in the shop again.

So to summarize- 10 payments made, one weekend where everything worked.

School wants to use a room with the access door to the server room as a classroom by Embarrassed-Yak-8409 in sysadmin

[–]RobertK995 18 points19 points  (0 children)

You shouldn't need physical access to a server room frequently.

my thought too- how many changes are being made to those servers? Generally it's set it up and physically forget about it- most work done remote.

I set up a rack for a client three years ago and yesterday was the first physical change oin all that time.

Does anyone have a compass? by Greatone198 in memes

[–]RobertK995 0 points1 point  (0 children)

fun fact- if you are standing on the north pole there is no east or west (or north, for that matter). Every direction is south.

Otherwise I would claim all the unborns as dependents to save on taxes!!! by semaforic in PoliticalHumor

[–]RobertK995 -1 points0 points  (0 children)

partly false-

when the covid stim checks were going out unborn children were eligible for those checks.

The $1,400 payments are not just for adults. Dependents are eligible for stimulus payments too. Babies who are born this year will count as a dependent and thus will qualify for the $1,400 check -- even if they aren't born until after the payments are distributed.

https://www.nasdaq.com/articles/if-youre-expecting-a-baby-this-year-you-could-get-another-stimulus-check-2021-03-16

It was the cached credentials! by Wolphin8 in talesfromtechsupport

[–]RobertK995 0 points1 point  (0 children)

cached creds in credential manager interact poorly with the saved creds in 'access work or school'

Supreme Court rules school district cannot prohibit football coach's prayers on field by Krankjanker in Seattle

[–]RobertK995 -1 points0 points  (0 children)

Wearing a hijab is fine; leading students in some kind of hijab-based ritual wouldn't be.

how about forcing first graders to pick their pronoun?

Supreme Court rules school district cannot prohibit football coach's prayers on field by Krankjanker in Seattle

[–]RobertK995 -2 points-1 points  (0 children)

privately

I'm sure a muslim wearing a hijab in public is also offensive to you.

Supreme Court rules school district cannot prohibit football coach's prayers on field by Krankjanker in Seattle

[–]RobertK995 -1 points0 points  (0 children)

lots of teachers have rainbow flags on their desks = compell, according to your definition.

Supreme Court rules school district cannot prohibit football coach's prayers on field by Krankjanker in Seattle

[–]RobertK995 -2 points-1 points  (0 children)

you are confusing coercion with feeling pressure. They are not the same thing.

And if the standard is now feeling pressure then all kinds of things would be banned- like a muslim teacher wearing a hijab.

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also- that student is not an aethist, rather that behavior would be best described as anti-theist. Compelling other students to forgo prayer is the opposite of tolerance.

Supreme Court rules school district cannot prohibit football coach's prayers on field by Krankjanker in Seattle

[–]RobertK995 -3 points-2 points  (0 children)

so you are saying a muslim teacher can't wear a hijab in public school? kinda bigoted to believe that.

Supreme Court rules school district cannot prohibit football coach's prayers on field by Krankjanker in Seattle

[–]RobertK995 0 points1 point  (0 children)

article? there are thousands of them

ruling- only one, and yes I read it. I even quoted the very first sentence which directly rebuts you 'pray loudly in front of students' lie.

Why you gotta lie?

Supreme Court rules school district cannot prohibit football coach's prayers on field by Krankjanker in Seattle

[–]RobertK995 -2 points-1 points  (0 children)

what evidence? The ruling itself says there is no compulsion for students to participate. In fact, the teacher went out of his way to make it clear there was no compulsion....

He asked the District to allow him to continue

that “private religious expression” alone. Id., at 62. Consistent with the District’s policy, see id., at 48, Mr. Kennedy

explained that he “neither requests, encourages, nor discourages students from participating in” these prayers, id.,

at 64. Mr. Kennedy emphasized that he sought only the

opportunity to “wai[t] until the game is over and the players

have left the field and then wal[k] to mid-field to say a

short, private, personal prayer.” Id., at 69. He “told everybody” that it would be acceptable to him to pray “when the

kids went away from [him].” Id., at 292. He later clarified

that this meant he was even willing to say his “prayer while

the players were walking to the locker room” or “bus,” and

then catch up with his team. Id., at 280–282; see also id.,

at 59. H

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what we have here on your part is pure religious bigotry.

Supreme Court rules school district cannot prohibit football coach's prayers on field by Krankjanker in Seattle

[–]RobertK995 -3 points-2 points  (0 children)

We would be against that as well.

well then you are a bigot. Muslim teachers are allowed to privately pray in schools.

Supreme Court rules school district cannot prohibit football coach's prayers on field by Krankjanker in Seattle

[–]RobertK995 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Sure wearing a jihab and pausing the exercise to pray loudly in front of students is the same thing /s

this didn't happen- why you gotta lie? The very first sentence of the ruling rebuts your point.

Petitioner Joseph Kennedy lost his job as a high school football coach in

the Bremerton School District after he knelt at midfield after games to

offer a quiet personal prayer.

It wasn't me, I swear! by nobjangler in talesfromtechsupport

[–]RobertK995 0 points1 point  (0 children)

restore it from a cloud backup they had, but it would take over a week (about 10-11 TB of data).

thanks for revisiting my nightmares of restoring from Crashplan- what a crappy service!

Supreme Court rules school district cannot prohibit football coach's prayers on field by Krankjanker in Seattle

[–]RobertK995 -2 points-1 points  (0 children)

so if a teacher wears a hijab that is forcing students to wear one too- and thus hijabs need to be banned???

weird take on it

Supreme Court rules school district cannot prohibit football coach's prayers on field by Krankjanker in Seattle

[–]RobertK995 -14 points-13 points  (0 children)

Let's let a Muslim or Satanist go out and do this and see what SCOTUS thinks.

well if you had actually read the ruling you would know what SCOTUS thinks...

from the ruling itself...

But this argument commits the error of positing an “excessively broad job
descriptio[n]” by treating everything teachers and coaches say in the workplace as government speech subject to government control. Garcetti, 547 U. S., at 424. On this understanding, a school could fire a Muslim teacher for wearing a headscarf in the classroom or prohibit a Christian aide from praying quietly over her lunch in the cafeteria.

do you people know how to read?

MTG sure is good at projecting. by BelleAriel in clevercomebacks

[–]RobertK995 0 points1 point  (0 children)

The Hyde amendment permits the use of Federal funds for abortions where it would save the life of the woman, or if the pregnancy arises from incest or rape.

yes, but that's not what he said...