466: Luxury Emotional Manipulation
466: Luxury Emotional Manipulation
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Why Mike feels like Heroku is in a failed state, what drove us crazy about Google I/O this year, how Chris botched something super important, and some serious Python love sprinkled throughout.

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@bhh32
7,000 sats
23 May
Hey guys, I just wanted to let you know that I found a way to "practically" use some crypto. I used the BitPay Card/App to use some Litecoin to pay at a local bakery who does not take crypto. I just loaded my BitPay Card with Litecoin and it converted it to USD with no fees and paid like I was using a MasterCard debit card. The business doesn't know the difference, and I now know my mining can be used in a real world manner.
@bhh32
7,000 sats
23 May
Hey guys, I just wanted to let you know that I found a way to "practically" use some crypto. I used the BitPay Card/App to use some Litecoin to pay at a local bakery who does not take crypto. I just loaded my BitPay Card with Litecoin and it converted it to USD with no fees and paid like I was using a MasterCard debit card. The business doesn't know the difference, and I now know my mining can be used in a real world manner.
@thegoldendragon
1,111 sats
18 May
So, its not just you, Chris. I cant plan more than two or three days in advance or else I fear that I'll disappoint somebody.
@thegoldendragon
1,111 sats
18 May
Bonus thank you boost! pew!
@woden501
1,000 sats
19 May
Anyone else get Hooli vibes from that Google AR sound clip? Straight up had a mental picture of Gavin Belson sitting next to each of the speakers with that cheesy, manipulative soundtrack going in the background. When real life becomes one with the parody made to mock it.