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I don't always agree with the things I say. Especially so if what I've said is stupid.

If Hubski becomes a bigots' love-circle, I'm leaving news aggregation sites!

... Is this thing on?

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    The Idea That Eats Smart People


This song's been stuck in my head:

Existentialist  ·  link  ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: January 11, 2016


Where did you get that? And if you don't mind my asking, how much was it?

*Why Men Don’t Want the Jobs Done Mostly by Women

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    ... people are actually more sensitive to group norms when they are less identifiable to others [11].

That's interesting, but not very surprising. If you think about any popular social media site, they all have unique "cultures" about them. These "cultures" are only identifiable because majority of active users will conform to them. 4chan, as a site that provides extensive anonymity, has users who adhere to a very particular and strict culture. New, interested users often try and struggle to understand the rules of that culture.

Of course, that's just one example.

He's learning humility in his role as president-elect. It used to be Trump Wall, now it's the more modest Great Wall.


I think you mean "... cutting all ties with Russia."

Yeah, if the title isn't clear, it means the reactor is 22 years old, not that it's 250 days old and meant to live for another 22 years.

This song has been stuck in my head. It's from a Netflix Original Series called Hibana (Spark).


(Sorry, couldn't find it on YouTube)

    Was [it] a good or a bad thing?

Sounds exactly like something a child would ask. I think it's far more complicated than being merely 'good or bad'.

My sweater is relentless when it comes to the amount of grass it eats.

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