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not with that attitude

(we commit a little tomfoolery πŸ˜‰)

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bc it is? 🀨

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plenty of places w/ no extradition πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ

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mfs doing stuff like this really need to stop living in america bruh πŸ’€

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it allows you to write graphics code in a backend-independent manner (supporting vulkan and metal for example), looking a little closer, it looks like a nice level of abstraction over various rendering backends πŸ‘€

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my account is like 4 years old πŸ’€

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these tracks are in helsinki, and these are finnish trams, i think skoda may be exporting them to germany, and i don't know what you guys do with them there, but these are pretty comfortable personally (even comparing to SBB trains, which travel so smoothly that it makes me dizzy, bc there's very little sensory points of reference)

you're most likely having a poor experience bc the tram tracks have fallen into disrepair, bc even comparatively old trams (from the 1970s and the like) can be pretty comfortable on proper tracks (take budapest, their fleet consist largely of older models, but due to good track maintenance and relative straightness of tracks themselves, it's a pretty good experience)

not sure why you're extrapolating your particular experience onto something so vast and vague as "public transport systems outside of china and singapore", not to mention that a decent amount of comfort is a baseline that good systems of public transport operate off of, with accessibility, frequency and location being more important factors

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i'm curious to get some concrete data wrt to worker rights/labour legislation in prc: is it as bad as it's often perceived in the west? has anything changed recently? there's a weird duality to it in my perception, on one side it's a relatively happy nation, but on the other side there is the crazy 996 work schedule, poor safety net that's largely substituted by investment in housing etc πŸ€”

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