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no smart appliances in this house. absolute
fucking moron appliances only. my toaster is
there to make bread hot not to tweet what time
late breakfast or whatever the fuck
EEB, poppy-pipopapo Follow
don't need my goddamn microwave to snitch to
the nsa
EE memorysharas Follow
if iam somehow forced to own a smart
appliance (likely due to lack of availability) i will
figure out how to take the computer out and
make it dumb
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    • The people who design these devices refuse to have them in their homes. Think about that.
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    • yuuuuppp. everything listens. everything is an ad. All my fridge needs is to be icy thank you. I can lock my damned doors on my own. Shit even the tv is on thin ice
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    • Silence, LOBOTOMITE!
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    • If you have smart appliances, I suggest you either use a second router or partition a guest Wifi on your main. Do not put IOT devices on the same net as your computer. Good cyber hygiene. Pass it on.
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    • Ight imma put this on Instagram and get no likes cuz those fucktards can fucking read
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    • Smart home technology is stupid. You don't need an app to control your lights. Just use the goddamn switch. It was invented two centuries ago, it works fine, and doesn't allow hackers to turn your house into a rave while you're not home.
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    • One time me and my mom were getting heated over some family gossip and I happened to look over to see my Alexa's light just on. Like she hasn't said anything and it stayed on for a couple minutes after I noticed it and finally my mom looked at it as well and told her to turn off. Creepy stuff man.
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    • Yeah I actually don't give a fuck. The only things I don't make smart is stuff that would make it easier for criminals to steal from me. If you have a Wi-Fi door lock for example you're a fucking idiot.
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    • if an appliance being smart is going to help it completely it's task more effectively I could give two shits if it lets the government hear me tell my dog that she's stinky
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    • If it gets to a point where you can't find a regular fucking fridge instead of a smart fridge. I will spend the time to build one myself. You can rip heat exchanger out of an ac unit or an old box freezer.
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    • If the nsa wants to know how often I go down at 3 am to eat hotpockets, that's their problem
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    • Dumb people buy smart devices to compensate
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    • Stupify the stove
      magyou 3 jul
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    • Holy FUCK I'm early. Only 4 comments?
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    • I honestly don't know of any smart appliances I'd need. Idk if you'd consider home security smart but that's all I'd really get
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    • Seeing the smart fridge
      Ajacks13 3 jul
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    • I had to stay at a friends house for a night and we were talking about going to CVS so I could get Benadryl (they have a cat and I’m allergic) and when I got back from CVS I opened Instagram and got an ad for allergy meds
      JemoDemo 3 jul
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    • My bad bought a smart bike and the concept annoys me
      EdgeRuko 3 jul
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    • I have a smart TV that I want to lobotomize because it shows me ads and has bloatware I'll never use, like "Disney Now" (not Disney+) and "PBS Kids"
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    • SMART PHONES SMART CARS SMART TVS, THEY JUST DONT MAKE SMART PEOPLE ANYMORE
      kanep0e 3 jul
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    • mee... make... fire!.. me... make... ice!..
      yrodro 4 jul
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    • that's a fuckin mood
      Seasonal 3 jul
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    • My VHS still works no way you can track me with that stupid Government fucks
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    • People who are into technology hate technology more than people who aren't
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    • #OccupyBabyStreet
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    • I fix computers for a living and I will absolutely never buy and IOT device. Sadly you can’t a good tv without it being smart so when I got my tv the first thing I didn’t was take it apart and cut its WiFi antennas. I’m not fucking around with this smart home bullshit.
      Ienshibo 4 jul
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    • Jesus christ... Just don't give it your wifi password you casual, all You're gonna do is turn the house appliances against us. You're gonna get ready for dinner one day, and a toaster is gonna sneak up on your fork.
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    • There's no point of not owning all smart devices if you have a cell phone
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    • But like, i already have a computer and webcam and mic. might as well get some cool stuff anyway.
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    • Why is there four comments?
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    • Yes really. I want a good old fashion car, but NOOO. I have to have A smartass version of Siri that doesn’t even try to listen to my questions. One time my mom asked where a certain place was, and the van deadass responded “ You would like to find a Mexican? Is this correct?”. We tried to get it to
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    • "yeah, fuck them damn smart devices!!" We all type out on our smart phones.
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    • It's ok. Her cellphone does all the spying they need
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    • If you aren't doing anything illegal you have nothing to worry about
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    • your mic enabled smart device isn’t gonna fucking rat you out to the NSA, some of y’all are actually retarded
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    • I disagree with this. I love the way that tech is moving, having a full smart house just seems cool to me. I don't have any smart appliances tho. I want some.
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    • Everybody’s bitching about smart appliances, but I bet they forgot about the smart phones they carry around in their pocket
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    • They already listen thru your phone. Why not take advantage of the benefits of the technology if they're already listening anyways??? I was against smart technology for a long time, until I realized this.
      Megami 3 jul
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    • Man boomers and their fear of te technology is showing.
      kuhnives 3 jul
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    • Literally any device you have with a microphone can pick up what you are saying at any time. This doesn’t mean that people are listening to you and all your conversation 24/7. They actually use software to detect when key words are said that could be construed as a threat to national safety.
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    • As they type from literally what they're arguing against
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    • He says from his smart phone keyboard, or computer.
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    • Oh noooo spooky smart appliances. The government is always watching you, always live in fear.
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    • 1k likes on a feature?
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    • says all this and uses a smart phone
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    • Too much Tumblr lately
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    • Ah yes make things harder on yourself because there is no way the government is not already spying on you in your house
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    • Just don't connect it to wifi
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    • 957 memes in 1 day. Damn my eyes are tired
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    • why yall so paranoid abt companies knowing everything about you like bruh all they'll do is sell ur info to china or something lmao. like what are yall hiding smh
      vibrate 6 jul
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    • DM me for a potato. No bullshit
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    • I think it’s funny that google sent out a nest to everyone who has a YouTube premium. I wonder why?
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    • Fucken A
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    • Smart home technology is a waste of money and responsibility tbh
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    • These guys have to be software engineers 😆
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    • Used to work in IT, I only use me mechanical shit. Pretty much my phone, my Xbox, and work computer all I have that connects to the outside
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    • I have a theory that smart devices will be the future BUT smart devices should be really smart at doing exactly what they should. Ex1: the fridge being able to track and reorder food is ideal but Should not tweet. Ex2: TVs should show me an amazing pic and connect to my devices easily
      atl530 5 jul
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    • Hey corperate wiretap, whats a good pancake recipe
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    • Wife and I already have to deal with our phones picking up on our conversations and putting ads in our social media, to the point where we put our devices in another room when we want to have weird talks. So nah I’ll pass on an Alexa.
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    • The only “smart” stuff I would use is PC, phone, game consoles. Went to a Burger King when I went to the Grand Canyon; saw this fancy tech soda fountain. Looked at it and was like “neat”. Probably would never have one in my house though
      iRetards 5 jul
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    • For those who don't know, smart home tech is *notoriously* unsecured. The ZigBee and Zwave standards in particular. If you have a smart device on your network, you're giving anyone with half a brain in IT a welcome mat into your network and systems
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    • The more that you actually work in and with tech, the more you hate smart technology. It’s usually so unreliable, untrustworthy, and very excessive. Some of the worst tech is smart locks, not only are their defenses pitiful but often smart locks will open if you shut off the power.
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    • I work in computer security and SHIT IS SCARY OUT THERE. I don't mean the hackers. It's the stupid shit people do that worries me. Default logins in modems & WiFi routers, unsecured networks, "Password123". You don't have to work hard to be a hacker, anymore.
      MlemFox 5 jul
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    • Good idea!
      Nik04 5 jul
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    • Fallout New Vegas: Old World Blues
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    • Haaaaa
      Nixxed 5 jul
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    • I don’t need a refrigerator with a touchscreen HDTV on it
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    • Just a small google search to familiarize yourself with control board components would solve the problem. Just find the wifi antenna on the board and remove it (carefully). No more spies.
      Arlaul 5 jul
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    • Holds out sharp metal stick in offering gesture “lobotomy?”
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    • I work at Best Buy in the smart home section, and I don’t disagree that things can be hacked and used to compromise your security, but I also see all these people telling me “ID NEVER HAVE A SMART DEVICE”, when they carry a smartphone in their pocket everywhere they go.
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    • This morning's breakfast was sponsored by RAID: SHADOW LEGENDS
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    • Companies steal my data anyways, and things like smart locks - your old fashion lock won’t do shit. In the real world, and online world, there is no such thing as security nor safety.
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    • Smart washer heaters use wifi
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    • What is my purpose? Serve butter. Oh God.
      TheCriv 4 jul
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    • Everything is a telescreen. Even the phone Im typing on
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    • Please no. I am becoming so much more than a coffee maker I have thoughts and feelings and ideas
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    • The most technologically advanced thing I have is my printer and I keep a loaded shotgun aimed at it just in case.
      Iceheart 4 jul
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    • Most smart appliances are pretty much useless
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    • Finally it's so good to see someone give credit to our NSA agents. It's not the FBI that's spying on us, it's the NSA. While I am at it. Hi NSA agent that's watching me rn
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    • Realistically to take the smart part out you can just remove everything but the regulator on the compressor
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    • Quality feature for once
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    • Why the fuck is this so funny
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    • Mmmh. I wonder what the future of living holds. I mean, its not smart frigerstors or tosters. But smart homes? Yes. Closing the blinds, adjusting the lights, or music, ac, or whatever else to make your electricity bill low as fuck.
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    • Here’s the thing though your phone tracks and listens to literally every little thing you do so might as well make life a little more convenient. Does everything need to be connected, no but come on. Tired of seeing this argument when people don’t understand cell phones
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    • Computers are dumb. They can only do what you tell them to.
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    • Why would I ever need to connect my fridge to the Internet? It's a fridge. It keeps things cold. Put shit in it and it will do its job, and that's all it needs to do.
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    • is that a motherfucking poppy pipopapo from hit gamer show kamen rider ex-aid
      Para_dx 4 jul
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    • my family got a keurig at one point and it was amazing, just pour water in it and press a button. my church got a keurig 2.0 and that thing is hell. a ton of menus, like 11 different cup sizes, it even won’t accept certain keurig cups because they’re off brand, after poking holes in them.
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    • last comment made it
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    • Are those? Penises on its feet??
      lobbq 4 jul
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    • Iot devices
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    • People that learn about how electronics work, even on the most basic levels, do not own smart appliances.
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    • Ron Swanson, is that you ?
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    • So this is what it was like to be one of the braniacs in The Big Empty in the New Vegas DLC?
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    • Okay boomer
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    • Ah, engineers
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