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Comment: Re:Does the job still get done? (Score 1) 688

by telchine (#48615991) Attached to: Economists Say Newest AI Technology Destroys More Jobs Than It Creates

If the job still gets done it's a good thing that jobs gets replaced by AI.
The flaw isn't in who does the work, but how the economic system around it is set up.

But how do we improve the economy when the economists in TFA can't agree?!

We should replace them with AI!

Comment: Re:Time to move into the Century of the fruit bat. (Score 1) 1198

by telchine (#46888421) Attached to: Oklahoma Botched an Execution With Untested Lethal Injection Drugs

“Many that live deserve death. And some that die deserve life. Can you give it to them? Then do not be too eager to deal out death in judgement.”
    J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring

I would be fine giving this particular man the death penalty.

That seems a bit harsh! I know his books were sometimes a bit boring but it's a pretty extreme punishment!

Comment: Re:play their game by their rules (Score 2) 99

by telchine (#46658703) Attached to: What's In a Username? the Power of Gamer Tags

Sometimes I go by the handle "a vehicle". Then when I kill someone, their screen says "you were killed by a vehicle". OMG how funny is that???!?!!!???!!! Sometimes even after the 100th time, I'm still falling off my chair, it's friggin' hilarious. I'm like the funniest dude in Halo with my supreme original sharp humor! OMG how 1337 am I?!?!!!!!

Comment: Re:It doesn't matter. (Score 1) 180

by telchine (#46236553) Attached to: 11-Year UK Study Reports No Health Danger From Mobile Phone Transmissions

There are still signs around the all of the pumps here banning use of a cell phone in a filling station. The current reasons is because they could cause a spark. Is there any evidence of this, or is it another feeling that's become true by repetition?

Well, as they say... no smoke without fire :p

The way to make a small fortune in the commodities market is to start with a large fortune.