Wait until you read their article on choosing an email host.
>Lol why do you call him that?
Five years ago I was playing JoNT with /d/, and had a brilliant idea. Rather than have a dozen people subscribe to various Patreons and haphazardly leak games, have one anon setup a Patreon everyone else could donate to. That guy would then subscribe to the handful of games people wanted, and leak them. It would have been a communal effort of sorts. Despite the idea never taking off, the nickname 'commie anon' stuck.
To this day, "Rabbi Fennberg" on Google Images still yields some of my finest edits from back then. To think that lance was the reason he originally stopped sharing the source, and years later I would be the reason he added DRM. The gang's all here.
>I figured there'd be at least a little runaround instead of everybody swinging the banhammer at once.
Remember that leftists are terrified of being ostracized. There is an almost pathological need for acceptance. When Amazon shut down their servers, the rest of Parlor's infrastructure went into "what are WE doing to fight fascism?" mode. It's the same reason why fucking soft drink companies feel the need to put our statements on the capitol riot, or why leftists felt pressured to post black squares for BLM last summer. The bugman does not think independently, only in the context of being accepted.
Tor was originally a DoD project, and the state operates most of the exit nodes. It's not even a secret.
The War on Terror coming home. But at least Biden is going to return the country to normal, right everyone? At this point I would be inclined to ask a drowning man his political affiliations before rescuing him.
>what's the word on the POTUS?
If you ask the Q people, he's holed up in an underground bunker, laying the pieces out on the board and about to make his final stand against the Deep State.
To everyone else, I imagine his administration is trying to keep him out of the spotlight for the rest of the month so he doesn't embarrass them further, and they don't become unemployable by February.
>once I learn it and set up a server
ejabberd is a great server, very easy. With config files written by Ray Charles himself.
>Do you have a recommended client?
Five years ago I was using Profanity. I'd have to see if that's all well and good today, but I had no complaints at the time.