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Comment: Re:Similarities seem kind of tenuous (Score 4, Informative) 74

I suppose that's why they say this then:

...Saleh and co do not claim that this kind of algorithm can take the place of an art historian. After all, the discovery of a link between paintings in this way is just the starting point for further research about an artist’s life and work.

Comment: Re:Wrong problem to focus on (Score 1) 158

by oodaloop (#47662891) Attached to: Sniffing Out Billions In US Currency Smuggled Across the Border To Mexico

I haven't been impacted by illegal drug lords in Mexico, either here in the states or while traveling in Mexico. I have been impacted by getting stopped by the border patrol and their sniffing dogs. Sounds like money going to Mexican drug lords is a Mexican problem.

I guess you haven't figured out that a nation run by large violent drug cartels and a wave of immigration from that nation might be related. If you want to stop the poor immigrants from washing into our country (mind you, I'm not convinced that's a problem), then work to make Mexico less of a failed state, and that has to involve working against the drug cartels.

Comment: Re:Wrong problem to focus on (Score 5, Insightful) 158

There is not a lot of problems associated with drug money going to the Mexico.

30 billion a year going into the hands of violent drug cartels isn't a problem? I disagree.

On the other hand, waves of unskilled, poor, desperate people and who can't legally work here is a recipe for social problems that will last generations.

Are you American Indian? If not, from which wave of poor desperate immigrants did your family arrive?

Neckties strangle clear thinking. -- Lin Yutang

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