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Comment: Re: The problem with the all robotic workforce ide (Score 1, Troll) 303

by pitchpipe (#47679797) Attached to: Humans Need Not Apply: a Video About the Robot Revolution and Jobs

Get the power-hungry, comand-and-control collectivists out of office, elect free market proponents and the economy will sprint forward with increased job ops and increased income for just about everyone.

As usual, government (basic income, planned economy, etc.) is not the solution to the current crisis. Government is the problem.

I can't tell if this is satire or not. It sounds like a parody of a Foxnews host.

Comment: Re:Gettin All Up In Yo Biznis (Score 5, Insightful) 417

by pitchpipe (#47679687) Attached to: Swedish Dad Takes Gamer Kids To Warzone

Would you do it if they were reading comic books about war? Watching movies? Watching 50s movies with John Wayne about war? Reading novels about war? Playing war in the yard? If they started playing cops and robbers in the back yard with the neighbor kids, is it time to haul them off to a Scared Straight session at a prison, to impress upon them the harsh realities of a life of crime?

I think that every American should have to take a trip to the war zone to see what our tax dollars go to supporting.

This whole story is a tale of over-reaction that only seemed to have occurred, because "oh my god, video games!".

Or maybe it's just a father trying to raise his children to be good humans. Nah!

Wanting to expose your children to realities beyond those as depicted by popular media is a thoughtful thing to do. Not so much when it's a swift over-reaction to "OMG VIDEO GAMES!".

How do you know it was an over reaction? Were you there when they were discussing it? Maybe they're just a really thoughtful family. Also, what about the children who are already in the middle of the war zone? I don't see anyone wanting to try to mitigate that.

And, really, the truth seems more to be "freelance journalist does a freelance journalist thing and uses his kids as fodder for more freelance journalism". What do you figure the odds are he'd be doing this and documenting it if, say, he were a flight mechanic or a plumber and there weren't some other benefit besides that to his children?

A plumber or flight mechanic going there with their kids? Maybe. Documenting it? Doubtful, as they generally tend to not make documentaries.

I like how you stated it as "uses his kids as fodder." I'd put it more as "Family man sees opportunities to teach his children to become good stewards of the planet, and documents it to try to help others do the same."

I guess it all depends on your perspective.

Comment: Re:False. (Score 1) 227

by pitchpipe (#47649355) Attached to: About Half of Kids' Learning Ability Is In Their DNA

Well, you've already decided that "racists will go to great lengths to try to rationalize their bigotry". You probably decided that a long time ago, probably before even examining the facts involved. But you want to call me prejudiced?

I have tolerance for all but the intolerant. Why is that so hard for bigots to understand? It's not a paradox. It doesn't involve any twisted logic. It's really fucking simple.

Comment: Re:And what they did not publish (Score 1) 227

by pitchpipe (#47649289) Attached to: About Half of Kids' Learning Ability Is In Their DNA

And what they did not publish[...]

strangers with equivalent academic abilities shared genetic similarities

and these are unequally distributed in different races

[Citation badly needed to justify your racism]

WTF slashdot?! A blatantly racist claim with no backing gets modded to +4 Insightful with NOTHING backing it up? Not even a Wikipedia article? Not even a link to a white supremacist blog?

You moderators suck shit.

Comment: Re:WTF? Jailtime! Boycott violates Anti-Trust (Score 1, Troll) 268

That this has not gone to a Federal Grand Jury appears more like corruption than anything else.

You're just noticing that there is corruption that goes on in favor of big business with impunity in the US? What are you, a fucking Republican?

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