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  • 2 years ago
    Comment LacquerCritic

    Thank you for this. Other than downvoting and selecting "spam", is there a preferred way to flag you (or anyone you designate as an admin) to manually review a post or user?

    Also, does the 10% rule apply to OC that is hosted only on Snapzu? This is content that doesn't link elsewhere but instead makes use of the modules available for a snap. For instance, if someone here were into crafts and posted only guides to making stuff with the pictures, text, etc. all using modules, would this be spam?

  • 2 years ago
    Expression LacquerCritic

    "TweetLikeAWhiteGay" Shows a Divided LGBT Community

    The hashtag, #TweetLikeAWhiteGay, addresses how members of this demographic tackle issues like race, gender, and class. And the portrait is not flattering. The wide-ranging posts critique appropriation of African-American culture, transphobia, fanatical diva worship, racism in dating and hookup apps, and sartorial choices.

  • 2 years ago
    Comment LacquerCritic

    Anything below 100g of carbs a day is considered low carb (and is, for the average person). Below 50g/30g/20g (people argue) is ketogenic.

  • 2 years ago
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  • 2 years ago
    Review LacquerCritic

    What It's Like to Eat Nothing but This Magical, Healthy Ice Cream for 10 Days

    By eating five pints of Halo Top a day, one would get a whopping 120 grams of protein, only 80 grams of carbohydrates, and a respectable 60 grams of fat—at only 1,200 calories. That’s pretty much a supermodel diet, but with enough protein to support my 3-times-a-week weight-training regimen. Which is why I soon found myself staring at a styrofoam crate in my living room. Contents: 50 pints of Halo Top ice cream.

  • 2 years ago
    Review LacquerCritic

    'Trophy Kids' Presents Its Sports-Obsessed Parental Protagonists As Horror Movie Villains

    You can yell at the screen like you might do during a horror movie, except that instead of saying, “Don’t go in the room!” you scream, “Don’t bother putting creatine in his milk!” The scariest part of Trophy Kids is you can’t watch it too smugly, because the road to becoming a psycho sports parent (or a psycho drama parent, or psycho music parent, or psycho mathlete parent, or…) is one easily traveled.

  • 2 years ago
    Comment LacquerCritic

    My app would be kind of like Instagram but only for manicures. It was auto-detect manicure flaws and give you shit about them. The app would probably make money by giving you links to stuff on Amazon that could improve your manicure (with referral codes, of course): "Looks like you could use some Q-tips, betch." The premium version would read out criticisms to you in a snooty British voice.

  • 2 years ago
    Comment LacquerCritic

    From the articles, it seems there are tensions between mountain bikers and hikers when they share trails or when bikers use hiking-only trails. It seemed this was her way of retaliating against perceived destruction of trails she thought used to be much better. I can't say I sympathize though.

  • 2 years ago
    Current Event LacquerCritic

    65 year old B.C. woman gets three years’ probation for sabotaging mountain bike trails and setting up booby traps

    In one surveillance tape, a log with a sharp branch sticking out like a spear is placed on the bottom of a steep descent. Tineke Kraal was arrested in January, 2015, after two mountain bikers who suspected the trails were being sabotaged set up hidden cameras. Kraal must also do community service for dragging logs and rocks onto North Shore trails to slow down bikes.

  • 2 years ago
    Comment LacquerCritic

    My concern is that the person in the case is having an allergic reaction to one of the many essential oils and other natural ingredients in the product. In that case there's nothing inherently wrong with the product and there is nothing to rectify.

  • 2 years ago
    Comment LacquerCritic

    I'm personally quite liberal - I voted for the Liberal party of Canada this most recent election and I'm pretty happy with how Justin Trudeau and the LPC are doing so far - my biggest complaint is probably their stance on the TPP, really. If I had to be more specific, I'm very liberal socially but a bit more conservative financially, though my issues would be more cutting waste at the bureaucratic level that cutting social services, so who knows.