You. I like you.
Who asked for sympathy? They just said they're glad these sadists are dead, and didn't even mention getting paddled themselves. So wtf to both of you.
They were culpable victims of their own stupidity, on multiple levels.
Oh, and the people getting off on beating kids are just some kind of force or nature, or what? Stockholm Syndrome much?
"We still need to find a cure for cancer."
"ORLY?! Amazing news there, buddy! Let me get right on getting pumped!"
"Oh, sarcasm! Just when I thought I knew you, you come up with something utterly new, out of nowhere. Too bad you have better things to do than curing cancer, I'm sure you would be awesome at it.
While that bit about sorting your books was a rhetorical question, trying to answer it in earnest might help you get up to speed. I'm not really concerned otherwise -- address my point once you understood it, but all this "but you haven't made a point!!1" stuff is a game you'll have to play by yourself, sorry.
It was not his choice to get stuck there, the US govt pretty much made sure. You know, even getting the Swiss to force down the plane of a president and search it, because he might be on board... really, your comment is unintentionally ironic: the invasion already happened -- that is, your external enemies ain't shit compared to the internal ones you bred yourself -- and it's YOU who is bending over and cheering.
Awww. That's a lot of posturing for not answering a very simple question.
The same could be said about any other label politicians use, and we're not really talking about (just) politicians here anyway, so that's kind of doubly moot.
Do you group your books by predominant color of the cover and texture? Or do you group them by subject matter, wether you read them already, wether you would read them again, size, that sort of stuff? The whole idea of human "races" is kind of broken.
I have books with small print that are stupid, I have books with big colorful pictures which are smart. Selecting them by superficial criteria like that, stuff like "is the page count a multiple of 11?" is just hurting yourself.
We operate by finding patterns of large data sets and then manipulating the patterns.
That is literally how our species thinks.
Yup. And our thinking gets *better* by repeating that process. Maybe even reflecting a little, trying to find patterns in the patterns we think we see. Maybe in some dark age it was really important to trust the person who looks like you more than a tree, a lion or a person who is painted in a completely different way (I dare guess that in the times that stuff evolved biologically, differences in skin tone probably played exactly no role). But things quickly got way more complex than that. Using symbols made our thinking powerful, yes, but confusing symbols with things can also become more costly than useful real quick.
With a dual-purpose typing needle it could be pretty killer though.
Well, the prediction of getting sophistry in response already came to pass, so hmm
It's not like people on
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I do, just so I can call people cowards when I run out of arguments ^^
> progressive hypocrisy
Rather, hypocrisy pretending to be progressiveness.
But of course, slashdot was always full of sore AC who are just there to catch "liberals" be stupid, as if that would help improve their own station. Here's how you can help with global warming, go play in traffic.
What I really resent OKCupid for is that popup for Firefox users. Thanks, useless random website the internet could do without, for helping fuck up something actually necessary. Yeah it was not their call that Eich resigned, he did that - but they still what they did, riding the dick of this issue for brownie points, either not caring or not having the faintest clue how precious the few remaining players for a free internet are. Anyone reading this who cheered for this, you're a poopy head.
If only "referral traffic from OKCupid" was a thing! Then I'd patronize anyone coming from there, and set a cookie that they're stupid and should be made fun of henceforth. That would show them.
Muad'Dib is wise in the ways of the desert. Muad'Dib creates his own water. Muad'Dib hides from the sun and travels in the cool night. Muad'Dib is fruitful and multiplies over the land. Muad'Dib we call 'instructor-of-boys.' That is a powerful base on which to build your life, Paul Muad'Dib, who is Usul among us.
Well, if you have a, say, rectangular lawn, and you start making a circle -- imagine the Japanese flag with the inner circle being bigger and touching the edges -- what then? How can you cut the four remaining separate (and very awkwardly shaped) corner bits while still coming out ahead?
Or maybe not a literal circle was meant, but more like going from the outside to the inside, in a spiraling fashion, with 90Â degree turns instead of the regular ones?