Re: Anyone remember the OJ Simpson chase?
The truck would be Found On Road Dead.
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The truck would be Found On Road Dead.
That's the Italian mechanics. Fix It Again Tony and his crew.
That depends, this is one of those bullshit interview questions with not enough information given.
Simpleton answer: multiple of 5, 3/5ths male and you left out the 0.66666...%
Only the numbers: 20 males, 13 female, 13.2 guys with beards, the 0.2 is your new PFY and his peach fuzz
Complex answer: depends on how many bearded ladies you have, what the amount of facial hair necessary to constitute said beard, how many are hiding their husbands sexual preference from their fellow understanding Texans...
Not exactly your back-of-the-envelope question, but I am glad to know you wear pants at work. However, I would be remiss to not mention the safety hazards of pants covering one's feet.
Am I glad I did this search in classic Google and not Image search.
My guess based on the top few results is that said woman runs a gay prostitution ring specializing in salad tossing.
It is now reported that Ottawa had ~20% of population signed up. This is just a bit suspicious when one look at demographic data.
Then again, I always assume that sites requiring even numbers of women seeking sex (as opposed to dating) are putting up fake female profiles as a rule.
While my experience with such sites is admittedly N=1 (had a friend running one, his wife was employed to 'respond' to messages and make profiles), my experience IRL (sadly N much larger than 1) is that women seeking sex who are ostensibly in 'relationships' usually do so with someone they know and generally are pretty good about picking male partners who want sex and not a relationship.
The other thing that seems a bit fishy is that every time that I have overheard women discussing infidelity facilitated by a website, it has been one of the normal dating ones.
Perhaps it caters to those (of both sexes) who are too impaired in emotional intelligence to deal with the non-sexual aspects of relationships. It certainly would go a long way to explain the rationalizing of some supposed users that have been quoted in media in the last couple days.
Also happens to be a great tool for app and mobile safari testing for those devs (web sites and apps more than native, testing there would warrant using all possible devices) not wanting to purchase iPhone. In this role as a gateway device, it could be brilliant even if it lacks the profit margin of new kit.
>how my academic code can be run on Windows machine
VirtualBox with a stripped down debian 7.8 or such (because it was the first reasonable .iso I could get straight from the source without scouring the net). If they cannot figure out the command line, well then, they can always get a desktop bundled version.
This runs on obscenely old hardware on XP (and pretty much everything else). Allows for experimenting with VMs and also virtual networking. Can practice scripting in both environments and pass data between while simply toggling through windows.
Bonus: use plug-and-play linux install to make minimal CLFS scientific/academic UNIX install
>is a linguine the same as a langoustine?
No, a langoustine is 6.35*10^-4 blue whales longer.
>The ice cores do show CO2 lags temperature...
Until you whack them enough times with a hockey stick...
> most people haven't read 1984...
And the ones that have seem to have taken it as a blueprint for ruling society.
Morse code perhaps, but:
>Perhaps a programmer has a preference for spaces over tabs, or while loops over for loops...
Those bastard 3 letters are on to me, and I haven't even thought the thought crime yet.
>...because that's cheaper than spending an hour cooking a nice meal, right?
That, my good sir, is how humanity has been convincing itself of how awesome life is by all the extra entertainment they can purchase and live vicariously through rather than eating real food. It is a shame that in western countries people consume such utter shit (media and food) and yet pretend that they are well off because they are doing less physical work.
And don't worry if lifestyle contributes to health woes, there are medications for that. Do you know how much they are worth? Must be at least a gazillion dollars when trickle-down is calculated. Forget Toilette & Douchbaggery, that is some Magic Quadrant shit there.
Second coolest. Murdoch was the coolest. Totally sold everyone that he was crazy. The only one who knew better was the only one crazier. Don't you love it when a plan comes together? ;)
Hannibal is the only one who knows Murdoch is sane, and solely Murdoch knows Hannibal is perpetually on the jazz
One? I want at least five.
It'll blow their minds literally, not figuratively.
>an enclosed pedestrian bridge.
I agree with your points, this seems to be what the research shows, have been following and live the vicinity.
To be more specific, the salmon runs are on a 4 year cycle for the sockeye, with a 10 year cycle overlapping, and a 2 year for the pinks which are the majority of the biomass of salmon. The peak years for any species can be a few times bigger to above an order of magnitude. It really can be quite insane.
I leave it as an exercise for the reader to insert their own pithy comments about the complexity of the biome involved here on my behalf, while I appreciate Worstall's spitballing nonetheless.
The sad part is they would have more power and be more likely to hold on to it if they did the right thing.
Hey, don't blow our cover.
See next comment, not reply for explanation.
Perhaps, but having children with many men can increase the chance that one of her children will be above average (momma will be taken care of in old age), further, sex with many men both during conception and during the child's life can help secure that child's future. It depends highly on the reality of the given situation, the western and/or monogamous culture is at best half the story of human sexuality and evolutionary pressures that may have delivered current conditions.
Sure that may be part of it, but things are a lot more complicated.
The testosterone differences between men and women (and also fetal exposure) play a large part in this trait. Within men (and women) the conversion of sex hormone metabolites and how effectively they alter genetic expression and other hormones in the body partially determine innate ability. The expression of this through day to day life, well YMMV...
As Grikath points out (totally jacking Sapolsky) mating success is just as much cunning as being and looking stunning (though the triple threat never hurts chances). I will let his miss-estimation of women's throwing/beating with household objects beliefs stand as evidence of being daft as to why such situation persist in the first place.
>So the choices we face seem to be "caught in the bottom of a dark pit surrounded by strange noises without the money to buy a ladder" or "in a wide open feild covered in gasoline with yankee politicians playing with matches at the edge of the feild."
So which one is the American cloud solution?
He doesn't have the capacity to understand his actions in a group setting. His actions here don't exactly match up to the bog-standard troll. His Asperger's is a much better window into the manifestation of his posting behavior.
Most of his trolling is much easier to explain in the context of a person lacking social awareness trying to participate in the commentard style prevalent here getting into an argument that to him seems somewhat legitimate and not having the emotional intelligence to realize the escalation of his own actions beyond the acceptable. Most of us have done this before (and likely will again), and we don't have missing pieces of mental software critical to such faculties.
I too was annoyed and toyed with him - can only imagine the frustration of mods - but for all the nonsense, every once in a while he would knock out some brilliant little nuanced point that most would never attribute to him had he posted anon.
Maybe its too bad that all of the rest of us have no way to get through to people like him and find a way to bring him back from his little world. I seriously doubt that he was being either Machiavellian or sadistic:
I for one will wager that he would be more interesting to argue with in person over a game of chess than a vast majority of commentards or writers here. And he would probably win most of the time too (Vegas has oolor at even money against the best high school competitor from any random county in North America).
I think that should clear up your ignorance (non-pejorative, non-judgmental use for stylistic shock and metaphor purposes) on the matter and enlighten the fact that neither Eadon nor you happen to be the trolls the article is talking about.
>>>Yes, it is in jest; for some reason it seems more appropriate than the troll icon>>>
That'll liven up the party!
It is all fine and dandy that they try to lump in ENTERTAINMENT with people who actually design the thing we need or help us communicate with each other to show their point (yes, yes, I know it is in opposition to any semblance of reality, but it is cute - they are trying so hard!).
Back on earth, that ethereal money they have conjured up would either come from other money being spent on other services that MAY be more useful to humanity (even if only the employment created) or added debt. It is not like most people who engage in piracy are putting the money 'saved' into their rainy day fund.
That was my first thought too.
So this is the place for the obligatory aping it joke!
Don't you mean undergruund?
Actually, it is heavens and the earth, then the let there be light bit, then water. Given that even the authors were wise enough to script the heavens first, we can argue a simpler case with those of alternative interpretations of reality.
So clearly Genesis is wrong since we are now arguing between
water > sun > earth,
sun > earth > water,
sun > water > earth.
@ Colin Brett:
Collider, oh please! Each of your cells is around 0.3%:
Not at all. Do you know how hard it is to purge those pics?
>You pay for fap fodder?
One has to capitalize the broadband cost. Not exactly the type of material to slurp off of WiFi.
Regardless, I hope you find time to incorporate plain JS into the curriculum (if you already are, awesome).
>probably partisan motive
Those damn meddling center-right conservatives who are tired of idiots ruining their party!
They are lucky electricity doesn't ban them... cause with Putin, it is pretty much Soviet Russia.
That's right before the end!
It was a very interesting ruling. The part where they (Google) tried to claim that search and ads were unlinked and that it was a 'passive' site are definitely good for a laugh.
Please be seated sir, you deserve drinks.
That is even more disturbing than the general idea of the website itself. Sadly, it seems your analysis can't be far off.
Good on whoever did it.
oolor is very angry that these ponces got 1F595 backwards. Those bastards need to stop looking in the mirror when they come up with these things. It seems like it will take another eon for them to make my handle an emoji.
One can dream...
>>>Not a thumbs up, the committee can sit on it>>>
The point of advertising is usually less getting a sale right away and more preventing ones competitors from having a message reach consumers. That a company can advertise is more a subconscious trigger about them being around for the long run. Ad clicking is not required for the ads to 'work'.
Not to mention it will solidify him as the manufacturer and charger of batteries. Methinks this is the real objective.
And not a word about all are patents?
Ya, but Pestilence gave him the same directions as Apathy, and neither has regrouped after Righteous Indignation was bucked from his steed.
He's kind of a prick to the skiddies, but a riot to rape and pillage with. OLD SCHOOL!
Well put. The problem seems to be that we are trying to construct something that has a high probability of being correct when in reality the problem is more akin to finding the least wrong answer. Though these two seem similar, they are actually opposites.
Re: Lee D
Very well put with the exception of the Blank Slate invocation. As phil dude points out, primates have a brain structure that is ready to soak up language, see Pinker:
Regarding the problem of logic and neurons, they do not work in any way like electronics, there is no set on/off. Even the exact same neurotransmitter release does not always correspond to the same membrane potential actions. Nor do the same pathways being triggered lead to the same output in repeated trials.
Modelling neural networks as circuits works for understanding how the different areas of the brain work together. It tells us nothing of the 'computations' going on. The brain is better viewed as an evolving massively parallel feedback system than a computer. Like systems composed of humans, it is designed to work well in the face of repeated errors and limit the costs of those errors rather than work out some Pareto Optimized Ideal. Perhaps this is where the true power lies and not in trying to get a 'correct' answer.
>This is effectively infinite.
Even though you have effectively enumerated what appears to be a finite number...
Hell, I have enough problem with the logic of technical people, bugger the kids...
How come no one has recommended teaching coding to people who do it for a living? Quite frankly that would be a good place to start. If anything we might need less programmers, not more. Competent management on the other hand remains the true bottleneck.
As for the interview, it was pretty tame, straight forward, and Linus presented a balance viewpoint on what could and could not be achieved by introducing coding to more children. The more I read other peoples' reactions compared to the context he says things in, the more I am beginning to think he is, if anything, too kind.
Surely you have been sucking from the hosepipe said Trabant. The leaded fuel by the sounds of it.
And nothing could be more aesthetic than a Trabant made from random panels of the three colours of one's country's flag.
On the other hand, that would be some interesting specs to match at least in part. Different combinations tied to prize money could lead to some interesting solutions.