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I don't know who needs to hear this advice today, but you're welcome.

The replies on this post have me wondering how many people are reading the word "refuse" in its original context (garbage) or in the unintended double-meaning (to be unwilling to accept).

@vortex_egg I've just been trebucheting terfs into the sun but I think I can go with this extra step for safe handling

@Mycroft @vortex_egg

SULU: "Captain, we're receiving a signal!"

KIRK: "Put it on the screen."

[IN GIANT LETTERS, THE WORDS "I AM VIRTUOUS" APPEAR ON THE SCREEN]

KIRK: "Arm photon torpedoes! Phasers on full! Fire on my mark. . ."

@vortex_egg thanks for explaining that double meaning to non native english readers 🙂

I‘m pretty sure I never came across refuse as a noun before.

Sad. EXTREME violence :( 

@vortex_egg Unfortunately, it happens a lot in the place where I live, like, in the literal sense. Dead people (sometimes children) are placed dismembered in plastic bags in waste dumps, by drug cartel members^W^Wterrorists, which is extremely sad.

@vortex_egg if you store me in a black plastic sack you can damn well place me in your OWN container!!!

@vortex_egg how is "refuse" both a verb and a noun in that sentence.

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A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.