@Stamets@lemmy.world

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Stamets, (edited )
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Thank you for all that you do

Considering you’re @Admin, this feels a little like patting yourself on the back and incredibly disingenuous.

Stamets,
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https://lemmy.world/pictrs/image/b7c8bcb2-9ea3-4a64-b8a7-37b2f658a089.png

It’s not drama to point out you using alternate accounts to pat yourself on the back and congratulate yourself for your own work. Maybe you should take responsibility for criticism instead of deleting and hiding from it.

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https://lemmy.world/pictrs/image/9e7f9f71-a188-4b88-a8c7-9d84d978d7ec.png

I mean… currently I’m limiting myself to this thread to call you out and ask a question. You are using an alternate account to pat yourself on the back and congratulate yourself for your own work. Why?

You keep removing the comment. I’m going to keep making it. That comment existed with no response for 24 hours before someone removed it. I’m not going to stop making this comment. So you can either leave it up and let it fade into obscurity like it already did before someone over there needed to show off, or I keep making this comment but I start making it elsewhere as well.

Your choice.

Edit: I do know who it it is removing the comments. So like I said. It’s up to you. Let this fade away into obscurity where no one even notices it or don’t.

Stamets,
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As a Newfie human, that comment confused the hell out of me for a few minutes.

I need sleep

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Stamets,
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Thank you very much! Especially considering yours is way better and you’re the master of edits.

Stamets,
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I laughed way too hard at that

Stamets,
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Happily. They get used to the balancing act and adapt amazingly quickly. Not just in physical mobility but emotionally too. Obviously things aren’t perfect and there are things that need to be changed to make their lives a little easier, but they cope surprisingly well.

Stamets,
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Nah. I just have this saved from god knows where

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