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[–] ginx2666 2 points 3 points (+5|-2) ago 

Yup, blocking sites totally stops people from trying to access them, and absolutely dissolves any interest they had in their content! It's not like forbidden fruit effect exists or anything.

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[–] Jaegerjaques [S] 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago 

Yeah, that's why you need to replace your addiction with a healthier one, like going to the gym. I picked up a crack habit for this very reason. You can't visit Reddit when you're busy smoking crack!

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[–] ginx2666 1 points 2 points (+3|-1) ago 

It's a solution for weak people.

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[–] Baconmon 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I have both ublock-origin and umatrix installed, and I have facebook blocked on them.. I've never had any interest in facebook and have never had an account, and so many damn webpages include facebook Like button and shit, and don't want facebook tracking me..

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[–] 7176339? 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

You should add "fake" news sites to your blocker as well - aka all the news sites Wikileaks outed as being mouthpieces for the DNC.

Here is the list to copy-paste into your blocker:

  • wsj.com
  • cnbc.com
  • washingtonpost.com
  • npr.org
  • thehill.com
  • nationaljournal.com
  • latimes.com
  • buzzfeed.com
  • ap.org
  • vox.com
  • politico.com
  • vice.com
  • people.com
  • nytimes.com
  • newyorker.com
  • huffingtonpost.com
  • thedailybeast.com
  • cnn.com
  • cbsnews.com
  • cbs.com
  • bloomberg.com
  • abc.go.com
  • msnbc.com
  • nbcnews.com
  • nbc.com

It'll be painful for a while, but you'll find out which American news sites are actually worth reading - USA Today is surprisingly one and they're quite fair in their coverage.