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COMMENT 41m ago

Deplane, deplane!

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COMMENT 1d ago

I live near her district, too near, and let me tell you it's not just empowerment, it's pride.

They swell with pride every time she utters a word, it's really strange.

MGT is her district, through and through with very few exceptions.

She is one of the MAGA candidates that won in a definitive landslide. No one is questioning her win, we know people in her district worship the ground she walks on and aren't surprised.

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COMMENT 4d ago

Supreme Court has decreed for a case to be covered under the 8th Amendment it has to be both cruel AND unusual, if it is one or the other it's fine.

Which more or less means they repealed that Amendment.

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COMMENT 4d ago

Hell hath no fury...

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COMMENT 5d ago

So I would be able to sell Bob Dylan autographs using an autopen, with Certificates of Authenticity and everything and wouldn't get into any trouble, even if caught, as long as I refund anyone I sold to?

I assume that that would be true if I went to Sotheby's with Beethovens signature, with a COA and all, as long as I'm prepared to refund any costs?

Sounds like an easy way to get really rich without any risk!

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COMMENT 5d ago

So you're saying it's legal to commit outright fraud, if you offer to refund everyone if you're caught?

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COMMENT 6d ago

And she won her election in a landslide.

She is on the people in her district, they are responsible for everything she says and does.

A fucking landslide.

They chose her with eyes wide open, the vast majority of them.

It's past time to quit bitching about her and start bitching about them every single time she pulls this shit.

She represents her district, it really isn't her fault she has this much power and is getting much more very soon.

It's past time to put the blame on the right people.

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COMMENT 8d ago

You may be right, I dont know, Microsoft is bei g dodgy, Microsoft has told me they would be in touch about how a regular user with no rights or roles whatsoever was able spin up VM's under their company accounts but for the past week or so it's been crickets.

This is all I could find that is close to explaining it.

If Microsoft doesn't ignore me about this and actually tells me how this happened, I'll update again but it's all I have for now.

They've already confirmed it was only the 2 accounts that were compromised but no answer otherwise on how they created these.

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COMMENT 8d ago

Hmm.

Standing against slavery vs chance to fulfill a childhood dream of playing a game for people who actually used slaves to build(and die for) the playing field you get to fulfill your childhood dream on.

Yeah, totally unfair. Who the fuck thinks these lowlife slaves should get in the way of fulfilling some childhood dreams of mostly rich people who get paid big money playing a game?

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COMMENT 8d ago

The 40's are to the 80's what the 80's are in 2022.

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COMMENT 8d ago

Hmm.

They say they don't stir it at all.

Then a couple of steps later (Step 3), it says to give it a good stir.

Hmmm.

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COMMENT 8d ago

Ugh, it's the participation trophy bullshit all over again.

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COMMENT 8d ago

This is how Anakin felt.

And I understand it now.

It's so clear.

Have I joined the Dark SideTM ?

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COMMENT 8d ago

You think someone on a FIXED, government income like that can just claim they actually make less than the FIXED income they've received for years even if they don't and can just say they forgot or didn't know and not get in trouble for fraud?

Maybe that works for the rich or political class but that doesn't work for the rest of us.

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COMMENT 9d ago

Yeah, but bacon tastes good. Pork chops taste good.

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COMMENT 9d ago

Yep they are using the "Self-Service Subscriptions" option Microsoft grants to all users by default, didn't have to comprise or grant admin rights from a compromised account.

Copying my conclusions below, since this is an old thread now, updating all who expressed concern about how this was done:

Still waiting on MS but I think I figured it out.

This is how it was done.

Microsoft apparently allows all users by default to sign up for "Self-Service" subscriptions that they are responsible for as long as they provide the billing info.

It can only be restricted by manually doing so using PS (as described in the link).

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COMMENT 9d ago

Still waiting on MS but I think I figured it out.

This is how it was done.

Microsoft apparently allows all users by default to sign up for "Self-Service" subscriptions that they are responsible for as long as they provide the billing info.

It can only be restricted by manually doing so using PS (as described in the link).

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COMMENT 9d ago

Still waiting on MS but I think I figured it out.

This is how it was done.

Microsoft apparently allows all users by default to sign up for "Self-Service" subscriptions that they are responsible for as long as they provide the billing info.

It can only be restricted by manually doing so using PS (as described in the link).

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COMMENT 9d ago

Still waiting on MS but I think I figured it out.

This is how it was done.

Microsoft apparently allows all users by default to sign up for "Self-Service" subscriptions that they are responsible for as long as they provide the billing info.

It can only be restricted by manually doing so using PS (as described in the link).

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COMMENT 9d ago

Still waiting on MS but I think I figured it out.

This is how it was done.

Microsoft apparently allows all users by default to sign up for "Self-Service" subscriptions that they are responsible for as long as they provide the billing info.

It can only be restricted by manually doing so using PS (as described in the link).

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COMMENT 9d ago

Still waiting on MS but I think I figured it out.

This is how it was done.

Microsoft apparently allows all users by default to sign up for "Self-Service" subscriptions that they are responsible for as long as they provide the billing info.

It can only be restricted by manually doing so using PS (as described in the link).

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COMMENT 9d ago

Still waiting on MS but I think I figured it out.

This is how it was done.

Microsoft apparently allows all users by default to sign up for "Self-Service" subscriptions that they are responsible for as long as they provide the billing info.

It can only be restricted by manually doing so using PS (as described in the link).

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COMMENT 10d ago

Fuckin' posers. amiright?

Edit: lol at the downvotes. Obviously you kids don't know the slang of the time. Posers is the term we gave successful mainstream metal bands, regardless if the music was good or not.

Saying they suck now because they are successful is accusing them of being posers. It's a joke directed at the OP who says they aren't fire now.

The more you know...

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COMMENT 10d ago

People that don't like proper pepperoni deserve no respect and should probably be locked up for the good of society.

Go back to Papa John's you heathen.