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#65 - Yup, at this point some people here are not much better than t…  [+] (1 reply) 09/15/2016 on Oh Milo! +1
#74 - dudulli (09/15/2016) [-]

Joke was brilliant
#180 - I ain't gonna white knight, since sure thing camwhoring is a p…  [+] (2 replies) 09/12/2016 on ABSOLUTELY ANNIHILATED +1
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#196 - womanexplain (09/12/2016) [-]
I couldn't get your video to stop for like 10 minutes cos my mouse is broken so fuck you and your fucking pixelated fucking shrek song
#200 - riddari (09/12/2016) [-]
I'm almost sorry
#1 - haven't wireless chargers been a thing since like 2-3 flagship…  [+] (9 replies) 09/12/2016 on 100% Agree +11
#4 - soupernova (09/13/2016) [-]
It would be cool if somehow those were magnetic. Only reason I don't like those is because if I walk around with it, it of course won't charge.
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#13 - dudemiesterman (09/13/2016) [-]
Just keep a couple of rubber bands around the charger and strap your phone to it.

Better yet, get a portable charger that does plug into the phone, because they're much smaller and more efficient.
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#8 - thenez (09/13/2016) [-]
Technically it is magnetic. There are two electromagnetic coils, one in the charger, and one in the phone. Current gets passed through the coil in the charger, and the magnetic field that produces, then creates a current in the second electromagnetic coil, charging the phone.

Not what you wanted of course.
#5 - soupernova (09/13/2016) [-]
By it I mean my phone.
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#3 - cupcakescankill (09/12/2016) [-]
It's a standard feature on samsung phones in fact.
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#9 - CatHatMan (09/13/2016) [-]
I wouldn't call it a standard feature for samsung since it's really only on their top tier phones. but wireless charging has been around for a long time. My palm pre+ from 2010 had it.
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#10 - cupcakescankill (09/13/2016) [-]
Well apple considers themselves top tier as well but they don't include that feature.
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#11 - CatHatMan (09/13/2016) [-]
Yeah i'm just saying it's not really "standard". Also the reason the iphone doesn't have wireless charging is because it's difficult to charge phones with metal backs wirelessly and it would probably make the phone a bit thicker which as everyone knows apple has a weird fetish for thin phones. But to be perfectly honest I don't really miss wireless charging and I'm not sure i'll get a wireless charging kit for my note4 since I already own a quick charger.
#2 - anon (09/12/2016) [-]
Wireless chargers could've been a thing since Tesla.
#7 - Eurocuck here; if insurance is required not to get ripped off …  [+] (5 replies) 09/05/2016 on Ugowhiorce Borubudil +58
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#72 - crazehtoast (09/06/2016) [-]
You will not find a single American who disagrees with you: we all hate our medical system but politicians and all that shit are far, far too rooted in big corporations and representing their interests to change it.

We can't change shit. We can't boycott or protest because we need medicine to live, so we have to deal with their shit for the time being.
#50 - randaxkull (09/05/2016) [-]
I hear that. I had an operation about 8 months ago that left me about $50k in debt. No insurance to cover it, so I got stuck with the entire bill.

The cigarette butt sized vial of general anesthetic alone cost over $4,000.
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#48 - vorarephilia (09/05/2016) [-]
I swear if our politicians were smart, they'd sell socialized medicine as a 'national insurance program'.

It is literally the same principle. Everyone pays into a system and the system covers medical costs. It does not run out of money because more people are healthy than are sick at any one time.

Stronger arguments that can and should be made against universal medicine are "Can we trust the government to not cut corners on ordering hip replacement parts?" "Will it get tied up in red tape?" "How much autonomy would practitioners lose?" "At what level is it our civic duty to interfere with the health of others?"

#45 - anon (09/05/2016) [-]
America is rigged, we're lied to on a daily basis and unelected jews run the country, we're f*d
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#17 - guillem (09/05/2016) [-]
Same, agreed 101%
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