Amazon Dash is a small button that designed to make ordering products quick and easy. The Dash button is an embedded button that’s designated with the name of a frequently ordered product. The user configure each button to order a specific product and quantity, via the user’s Amazon.com account. This was often criticized for its flawed exchange from the store to customer.

Well, a programmer decided to put that into good use. Basically, he created a code that triggers an automatic donation of $5 to the ACLU, or the American Civil Liberties Union every time you press the customized dash button, which is available at Amazon.

The ACLU is a non profit organization that defends and preserves the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to every person in this country by the Constitution and laws of the United States.

to put it in simpler words: He created a virtually swear jar/stress reliever. Every time you get angry at what Trump does, you can donate another $5. Press it as many time as you want, as long as you can afford it. It a very cool, but I can’t help but imagine that someone’s amazon bill being huge because they pressed the button

So to put it in simpler words: He created a virtually swear jar/stress reliever. Every time you get angry at what Trump does, you can donate another $5. Press it as many time as you want, as long as you can afford it. It a very cool, but I can’t help but imagine that someone’s amazon bill being huge because they pressed the button.