a reply to: Zanti Misfit
Whuh oh. He called Senator Marsha Blackburn of the great state of Tennessee "honey." 7:20 What a misogynous mollycoddler. Did I do it right?
13:20 I like the part where he's listing off numbers. "7000 7008 7017 7024 0732 7044" then "7000 7008 6998 7009 6074." Maybe a cool sample or eight in
14:02 "I used to watch it. It'd be like a rocket ship when I put out a beauty. Like when I said, remember when I said somebody was spying on me? That
thing was like a rocket, I get a call two- two minutes later: "...did you say that?" I said "yeah I said that," "well it's exploding." It's
exploding." -President Donald J. Trump.
Lol awesome quote. I don't know why people think he's a bad orator. He's funny.
20:35 Lol he here he segues right back into his notes after a bout of media trashing.
21:24 "it's very important what you're doing. You're getting the- you're getting, in many cases, the honest word out, not in all cases, but in many
22:20 Plugs his Advancing American Kidney Health
Woah, 27:50 a fly flies in his face! he's like "how did a fly get in the White House?" lol
31:27 "Sir the wind is blowing at 70 miles an hour," I said "Boy, it's gotta be- it's gotta be mined." Is he talking about wind turbines?
32:10 Double's down on the Pocahontas nickname.
34:49 "plair- fair" tongue slip. I only mention it because it's really the first significant error of speech I noticed.
37:02 predicts lowering interest rates
37:32 Harmeet Dhillon speaks
41:52 Lila Rose
Then he talks about meeting with the Silicon Valley CEOs, and how the Chinese told him they acknowledge Silicon Valley is hard to beat.
I liked the video.
I was thinking of a possible solution to the social media problem, and Trump even said at least twice that a part of the problem is we give them our
data and they make money off of it in exchange for a "free" service. What if there were a law that stated that the proceeds from targeted advertising
are owned by the producers of the data. When you sign the TOC you own a "share" of those proceeds. You can opt out, and just use the service like we
do now, or we negotiate the terms at the time of signing. It's kind of like, despite having been munged upon by the work product of the service, the
data collected from you is intrinsically your's, and you can sell it however you want. This would incentivize the services to maximize the number of
eyes that are on targeted advertising because a higher share value means more users making content to munge. We would now have a situation where
demonetizing, shadow-banning, and algorithm funny business leads to devalued shares, which means less users, thus less profit. It now becomes a
disservice to the CORPORATE shareholders not to maximize content.
One last thing, I keep hearing that the internet is a 'public' forum. Sure, maybe in a library, but if you're alone, at home, and type something into
a computer it's not public information until it hits publicly owned equipment, I think. That is to say, before you sign the TOS. And by public, I mean
equipment owned by a member of the public. Someone you might want to serve an ad to.