@karl 1) who knows how low they'll go? maybe they'll try to steal passwords/reduce our security posture because feminism.
2) If they drop us we'll be in the same situation with more time pressure
3) they would likely drop us in the worst possible time (during an attack)
4) why would they even publish anything about it considering their stance?
5) if we use them it sets a bad example for anyone else looking to make their own site, which opens them up to the vulnerabilities above.
We've got to have some level of trust with a partner, even if its based on a cheap subscription.
@critcendo They can't be trusted to handle this platform fairly. blog.cloudflare.com/why-we-terminated-daily-stormer/ and blog.cloudflare.com/terminating-service-for-8chan/
@MentORPHEUS You know what this is; a comforting parental figure for a generation that has faced nothing of note. Weeks ago they were worried to death over WW3, before that it was NK nukes, before that it was some other bullshit.
Fear is the currency of the day and they make millions off it. The solution is harder than average guy can handle: he pisses himself at the idea of being a strong Father leading a strong family. No, no. instead he will bitch and moan about divorce laws, family court, the economy, the schools, blah fuckin blah blah blah. Average guy needs to get a grip on reality instead of spending the later half of his life staring at the void with no legacy to speak of.
Advertisers have started running commercials with an emotional sideband of blatant paternal comforting. Toyota is reassuring, "We're here for you now, and in the good times to come!" A local BMW dealer concludes with, "Together, we'll get through this... I promise." goes out for cigarettes IRL
Funny Coronavirus song: Stay the fuck at home! (NSFW lyrics)