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Soraj Hongladarom
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ไทบ้านเดอะซีรีส์ 2.2 : หนังไทยเรื่องล่าสุดที่ไม่ผ่านเซนเซอร์
“อยู่ในผ้าเหลือง มันมีความไม่สำรวม”

หลงพี่อกหักจากสาวเจ้า จึงไปบวช (ไม่ผิด)
สาวเจ้าเสียชีวิต แม่สาวนิมนต์หลงพี่มาสวด (ไม่ผิด)
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หลงพี่ เห็นแม่สาวร้องไห้ ก็เลยร้องไห้ตาม (ผิด)

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ไทบ้านเดอะซีรีส์ 2.2 : หนังไทยเรื่องล่าสุดที่ไม่ผ่านเซนเซอร์

ชายในผ้าเหลืองเคาะโลงศพและน้ำตาไหลจากการสูญเสียคนรักเก่า เป็นฉากที่คณะกรรมการ กองเซ็นเซอร์ภาพยนตร์ ได้แจ้งให้ตัดออก
โดยเจ้าหน้าที่ให้เหตุผลว่า “อยู่ในผ้าเหลือง มันมีความไม่สำรวม”
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These are the worst foods diabetics can eat, according to doctors and nutritionists. These foods spell disaster for your blood sugar.

https://health-zone.org/15-foods-you-should-avoid-if-you-have-diabetes/
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The Deliberate Awfulness of Social Media -- to be alive today is to feel at once incensed and stultified by information.

"The Internet was once thought of as a grand superstructure by which all of us would be elevated to a state of technological enlightenment. This is not how things have panned out."

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[ The New Dark Age ]

James Bridle’s “New Dark Age: Technology and the End of the Future” is among the most unsettling and illuminating books I’ve read about the Internet, which is to say that it is among the most unsettling and illuminating books I’ve read about contemporary life. Bridle doesn’t want to convince you to delete your media accounts, although you might be more likely to do so as a result of having read his book. Instead, he wants you to see more clearly what it’s like to live in a world where you can never really go offline anyway, where there is no workable possibility of evading the network.

[ Enlightenment's End ]

Bridle argues that the Enlightenment-era equation of knowledge and power has collapsed under the sheer tonnage of information—data, news, opinion, political spectacle, fact, falsehood—mobilized by contemporary technology. Not only is knowledge no longer power, it isn’t even really knowledge anymore.

Here’s how Bridle puts it: "We find ourselves today connected to vast repositories of knowledge and yet we have not learned to think. In fact, the opposite is true: that which was intended to enlighten the world in practice darkens it. The abundance of information and the plurality of worldviews now accessible to us through the internet are not producing a coherent consensus reality, but one riven by fundamentalist insistence on simplistic narratives, conspiracy theories, and post-factual politics. It is on this contradiction that the idea of a new dark age turns: an age in which the value we have placed upon knowledge is destroyed by the abundance of that profitable commodity, and in which we look about ourselves in search of new ways to understand the world."
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