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submitted 10 months ago by LillianVS@lemmy.world to c/oldtv@lemmy.world

https://youtu.be/LCdypqCdydE

Age wise I dunno if it holds up. the episodes are available on YouTube as at this point it's pretty much nearly lost media: https://youtu.be/nRTlgcCmu3U

It's an acted out gameshow where people have to solve a murder. The premise is quite interesting, near the end of the episodes they have an elimination where they send 2 people to a place and the murder searches from them. Only 1 person makes it back.

I thought I'd share this. I remember seeing this on the BBC when I was a kid

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It goes without saying, One thing that annoys me is whenever a topic comes up about someone finding something mildly infuriating and there is always that 1 person who has to decide it isn't because of x, y and z reasons

Like I guarantee, if I were to do the same it'd be on every post with tiles that were out of order, upside down because it's one of the few things I look at and shrug because it's whatever... but I'm not about to do that. People are allowed to be infuriated by things that don't necessarily infuriate you.

Any kind of Gatekeeping in general.... very infuriating.

Anyway see this post as an open invitation to vent. Comment below. What infuriates you? and what thing that typically infuriates others, doesn't infuriate you.

[-] LillianVS@lemmy.world 26 points 10 months ago

Click the elipses and block the user, you won't see their posts anymore. Because of how the fediverse is, some people post their content to multiple communities and it results in spam. Currently blocking is the only way to get rid of it.

[-] LillianVS@lemmy.world 23 points 10 months ago

Wow, this is worthless lol Not tipping is better than this, at least not tipping can't disappoint you more than this can

[-] LillianVS@lemmy.world 42 points 10 months ago* (last edited 10 months ago)

So they should, child labour laws should apply to these kids just as any other business. The money earned from these videos need to be paid to the child. Even if it's in a trust fund where the kid can take it out when they're old enough and can make better decisions. Like child tv stars they need to only have to work a set amount of hours, no longer.

When I say this I'm talking about toy channels, I'm not talking about the mumfluencer channels. This kind of constant forceful filming of their childrens every moment should be stopped, kids need to have privacy, it's known to be detrimental to their mental health when they're constantly documented, and they are also far more likely to get bullied because of it.

I can't begin to imagine all my bad childhood memories being immortalised thanks to a pushy parent who saw me as a money machines more than a person.

[-] LillianVS@lemmy.world 33 points 10 months ago

As an enjoyer of puns, I agree

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[-] LillianVS@lemmy.world 136 points 10 months ago

Everyone else: 311223

[-] LillianVS@lemmy.world 44 points 10 months ago

Wholesome ending - they got vaccinated so the mother fell out and doesn't see them as her kids anymore and the kids moved out with their much cooler and less antivax father and lived happily ever after.

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[-] LillianVS@lemmy.world 87 points 11 months ago

Company: You need to have everything ready before the start of your shift.

Me: Do I get paid for coming in early?

Company: No

Me: Okay, if I'm starting before my shift time then I am going home early to make up for the lost time.

Company: If you leave 1 minute early we have to deduct an hour from your wages

Me: leaves

Company: nobody wants to work anymore.

Companies have normalised wage theft but call it what it is. It's theft.

[-] LillianVS@lemmy.world 36 points 11 months ago* (last edited 11 months ago)

Something rather cringe and obnoxious in hindsight was the over use of the word "ocd" It was quite common in media and in my circles for somebody to say "I'm so ocd" when referring to some perfectly normal thing they do like tidying bookcases and organising things.

It's pretty cringy now and I'd never say it now. I feel bad for saying it... but hey personal growth I guess. I was in school/college at the time too so it was a long time ago. There were a lot of things that were common at school that I used to say that are definitely not pc nowadays and I accept that. I don't pretend to be a perfect and morally righteous invidual. I have flaws as much as the next person

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submitted 11 months ago by LillianVS@lemmy.world to c/asklemmy@lemmy.world

Mine is a pretty tame example: I never minded the smell of garlic was fine around it... but I took a job for DHL and they had these large tubs of garlic for horses that had to go out to people. There were about 10 of them coming down the belt.

Now I can't stand it. I'm just reminded of how strong that smell was I was actually gagging. The tubs were heavy, the handles were feedble. Some of the tubs were damaged so I got a bit on me.

I stunk of it for the rest of the shift. It wasn't even a normal garlic smell it was just so powerful and nauseating.

[-] LillianVS@lemmy.world 46 points 11 months ago

Natural, healthy, positive growth! Not growth for growths sake

[-] LillianVS@lemmy.world 42 points 11 months ago

It's the best and worst thing to happen to the internet.

Best because - Twitter is a toxic site, with toxic people and a system that encourages ragebaiting means it breeds it.

Worst because - These negative people need somewhere to go... And it will only force them onto alternatives and fester in new places. Potentially here.

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Can't unblock it, no matter what I do. It is driving me nuts. Fucking allergies :(

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[-] LillianVS@lemmy.world 34 points 11 months ago* (last edited 11 months ago)

Some information I have posted to Lemmy.World:

I am not a super code-literate person so bare with me on this... But. Still please becareful. There appears to be a vulnerability.

Users are posting images like the following:

https://imgur.com/a/RS4iAeI

And inside hidden is JavaScript code that when executed can take cookie information and send it to a URL address.

Among other things. At this time if you see an image please click the icon circled before clicking the link. DO NOT CLICK THE IMAGE. If you see anything suspicious, please report it immediately. It is better a false report than a missed one.

I have seen multiple posts by these people during the attack. It is most certainly related to JS.

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I am not a super code-literate person so bare with me on this... But. Still please becareful. There appears to be a vulnerability.

Users are posting images like the following:

https://imgur.com/a/RS4iAeI

And inside hidden is JavaScript code that when executed can take cookie information and send it to a URL address.

Among other things. At this time if you see an image please click the icon circled before clicking the link. DO NOT CLICK THE IMAGE. If you see anything suspicious, please report it immediately. It is better a false report than a missed one.

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submitted 11 months ago* (last edited 11 months ago) by LillianVS@lemmy.world to c/mildlyinfuriating@lemmy.world

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/1287053

Be alert, Please do not launch a new tab of Lemmy.World. Having tabs already open with this site is fine but as soon as you do you will be bombarded with awful content with malicious intent to cause shock, disgust and distress.

In the meantime use alternative instances, other instances are not affected by this compromise. Do not open any links/posts from the user MichelleG.

Thanks for reading, please stay safe out there Lemmy users!

Update: Lemmy World is under attack again.

Update: I am not a super code-literate person so bare with me on this... But. Still please becareful. There appears to be a vulnerability.

Users are posting images like the following:

https://imgur.com/a/RS4iAeI

And inside hidden is JavaScript code that when executed can take cookie information and send it to a URL address.

Among other things. At this time if you see an image please click the icon circled before clicking the link. If you see anything suspicious, please report it immediately. It is better a false report than a missed one.

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submitted 11 months ago by LillianVS@lemmy.world to c/memes@lemmy.ml
[-] LillianVS@lemmy.world 121 points 11 months ago

It's fucking annoying, admittedly edge is good on its own merits, but you know what pushes me to not want to ever use your product? Anti-consumer practices.

I have been very happy in using FF for my main browsing. It has adblock, NoScript and SponsorBlock. Since I use NoScript I jump on Edge when I want to use a trusted website for payments but I really want to use it less when it does this shit.

I can't wait for the excuse "OoOooh wooooops, that's a bug! Sowwy EU we did not mean to do anti consumer pwactices" as a way to dodge blame

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