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Comment: Re:What economy have YOU been in? (Score 1) 463

by GLMDesigns (#48158301) Attached to: Positive Ebola Test In Second Texas Health Worker
No. There are a lot of people who are philosophically opposed to there unequality of wealth. I speak with them everyday; there are some in my family.

Equality of outcome is desired by many. My point made about the 1% is that too many people are saying that everything bad happens because of the EVIL 1% who control the world. If only, they say, this 1% would pay their "fair share" and government agencies ran everything then the world would be wonderful.

Comment: Re:Just tell me (Score 1) 463

by GLMDesigns (#48158263) Attached to: Positive Ebola Test In Second Texas Health Worker
Yes. It's possible. But supply and demand affects job prices as much as it affects commodity prices. Some jobs are undesirable (for whatever reason) and they command higher salaries as a result of poor supply (of available workers). Others have people lining up because it's desirable (teaching) and the wages are pushed down due to an abundance of supply.

Comment: Re:What economy have YOU been in? (Score 1) 463

by GLMDesigns (#48155073) Attached to: Positive Ebola Test In Second Texas Health Worker
No. This was true 10 years ago as well. And this 1% nonsense is tiring. It's boring and it's stupid. You're worried about the control of the 1% - then get away from government control of the economy. You worry about some having more than you. Right? Ohh the humanity. We're not all equal. So what do you do? You get the government to get back at them to force equality. But it doesn't work that way. And then you're surprised that they protect themselves, do jujitsu and use the government to their advantage? The solution is to not use the government to enforce equality - else as in the soviet union (and ever so evident here in the US) people who have the government on their side get the plums - and the rest don't. To paraphrase Orwell - some pigs are more equal than others.

Comment: Re:disgusting (Score 1) 191

by GLMDesigns (#48090743) Attached to: DoJ: Law Enforcement Can Impersonate People On Facebook
Lynch was not the best of folks - but his actions were in response to military action on the part of loyalists. He didn't simply say. "oh I'm going to hang people who disagree with me." If you compare the bloodletting between the American and French (and Russian, and Chinese and ...) Revolutions you'll see that the American Revolution was remarkably bloodless (as pertains people attacking their neighbors who disagree).

Comment: Re:If yes then what ? (Score 1) 389

by GLMDesigns (#48079551) Attached to: Is It Time To Throw Out the College Application System?
Again. Creativity doesn't mean making things up or lying. Now. I don't know much about accounting and it may very well be a bad example but if there is a problem to be solved, or can be done more elegantly, then that requires something more than rote work - it requires creativity (or problem solving if you will.) I know some people that don't think that programming is creative. I think it is. (And to nitpick - I think the SEC is only concerned about publicly traded companies.)

Comment: Re:If yes then what ? (Score 1) 389

by GLMDesigns (#48074731) Attached to: Is It Time To Throw Out the College Application System?
I can't speak to that. But some jobs are creative even if you don't think they are. I know some people like accounting. I don't enjoy that. But if someone enjoyed solving accounting problems then I would call that a creative job. Many of these same people (accountants) find coding to be boring. (I don't.)

Comment: Re:How does the quote go...? (Score 1) 267

by GLMDesigns (#48022845) Attached to: Former GM Product Czar: Tesla a "Fringe Brand"
Are you serious? It was an amazing trip. One can say anything one wants about going west (in order to go East) but until it's done it's unproven and highly experimental. You say you're Portuguese - then take another look at how long it took voyagers to go from the Canary Island to rounding the cape of Africa. It took technological innovations (the caravel among others) and decades.

Then here comes a guy who says that he'll sail west instead and you say he was a moron for mistaking the Carribean for the Indies. Yes some Persian and Arabic cartographers had accurately estimated the circumference of the globe but that doesn't mean it was universally known. Europeans (while technologically advanced in a lot of technology was still influenced by Ptolemy.

Heuristics are bug ridden by definition. If they didn't have bugs, then they'd be algorithms.

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