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1. All guns are always loaded / toutes les armes sont toujours chargées

2. Never let the muzzle cover anything you are not prepared to destroy / ne pointez jamais votre arme sur quelque chose que vous ne voulez pas détruire

3. Keep your finger off the trigger til your sights are on the target / ne mettez le doigt sur la détente qu’au moment où vos organes de visée sont alignés sur la cible

4. Be sure of your target / soyez sûr de votre cible


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cruisingwithgunhead replied to your post:Social net worth of social networks

Have you tried Ello? Development currently seems to be in limbo, but they seem like what you’re looking for.

Thank you for your input. Indeed,  I tried Ello since I had the luck to secure an invitation very little time after having heard of it. I was really excited by the clean interface from an aesthetic point of view, but I found it confusing from a practical one. Cooper said something funny about double-action pistols, that they were a very good solution to an non-existing problem. I feel mostly the same about Ello. It reminds me a bit, in the spirit, of weheartit.
It seems to me it’s mostly Tumblr for people with thick black frame glasses. One thing I really liked was the possibilty of having in fact two dashboards, one for signal, the other one for noise (but you can implement this thing in Tumblr by having secondary blogs).
I like their commitment to privacy, but… they’re doing it wrong. Anything centralized is porous and fragile, and susceptible to be fucked up by jockers or bad guys. 
But apart from that, it suffers from the same trouble than the other alternative systems – why use it and not Facebook, or Twitter, or WordPress, or Tumblr, or Pinterest, of Flickr, or Weheartit, or Delicious, or Hautetfort ?

cruisingwithgunhead replied to your post:Social net worth of social networks

Have you tried Ello? Development currently seems to be in limbo, but they seem like what you’re looking for.

Thank you for your input. Indeed,  I tried Ello since I had the luck to secure an invitation very little time after having heard of it. I was really excited by the clean interface from an aesthetic point of view, but I found it confusing from a practical one. Cooper said something funny about double-action pistols, that they were a very good solution to an non-existing problem. I feel mostly the same about Ello. It reminds me a bit, in the spirit, of weheartit.
It seems to me it’s mostly Tumblr for people with thick black frame glasses. One thing I really liked was the possibilty of having in fact two dashboards, one for signal, the other one for noise (but you can implement this thing in Tumblr by having secondary blogs).
I like their commitment to privacy, but… they’re doing it wrong. Anything centralized is porous and fragile, and susceptible to be fucked up by jockers or bad guys. 
But apart from that, it suffers from the same trouble than the other alternative systems – why use it and not Facebook, or Twitter, or WordPress, or Tumblr, or Pinterest, of Flickr, or Weheartit, or Delicious, or Hautetfort ?