KamovInOnUp t1_jd2kotk wrote

Why would he want to destroy 4chan?

The dude runs many super successful businesses, he clearly has plans for Twitter and there's no way the entire fiasco isn't some convoluted part of those plans

Edit: Really strange that u/inwhichzeegoesinsaine decided to respond and then block me, but I suppose that's to be expected from these types. To respond to his comment: we'd like to think that he's stupid but the truth of the matter is he's not. He might do stupid stuff but nothing he does is without purpose.


KamovInOnUp t1_jce1tv0 wrote

A drop like that would probably be nothing compared to what the average package endures en route. Carefully placing packages at a door is just for good image especially with doorbell cameras everywhere now, there's not much a carrier can do to cause any more damage than was already done in processing.

If an item is fragile it should be packaged more securely or shipped with special handling


KamovInOnUp t1_j4rsi4r wrote

It would help if the title wasn't clearly misleading bait.

Of course people exposed to more environmental factors would develop immunities to those factors. They intentionally word the title to make it seem like urban sprawls are inherently harmful to humans.


KamovInOnUp t1_iyars6r wrote

It absolutely should be law.

It's not the 1980's anymore, and there's no reason to be designing or building houses without the necessary electrical system to utilize modern consumer technology.

There's nothing additional to install, you just can't cut corners with cheaper 2-wire cables anymore.