You can't just say that without also giving a url
I found https://twitter.com/ajabernathy/status/932689088360140801 which has the meme soap opera thing but doesn't have the other pics from this meme...
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There's even a dedicated button in the app to enter the above information for promo sake.
Or even better yet:
And now you can just go anywhere to find description of the paper, searching first in Google Scholar, Microsoft Academia - doesn't matter. When you see something of interest, just click one button of browser addon. Everything is handled automatically. Then using word processor plugin you can use effortlessly create bibliography based on styles of your choosing. It's almost like magic. Did that with my thesis I just finished.
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Hey, you should read the book "Bullshit Jobs", which is about the exact phenomenon of people being paid for (and required to stick around for) non-work or fake work.
Funny enough, there were actually modern Mayans telling the world that the prophecy was full of shit.
"Mayans Protest ‘Twisting Of Truth’ Over 2012 Doomsday Predictions"
>“We are speaking out against deceit, lies and twisting of the truth, and turning us into folklore-for-profit. They are not telling the truth about time cycles,” said Felipe Gomez, who leads a Maya alliance called Oxlaljuj Ajpop
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Based on the science, as long as its at least 40 in one area we should be ok. Keep in mind that humans evolved in Africa, and we evolved specifically to deal with excessive body heat (why we have minimal body hair) We also have used technology to colonize biomes that no other species has colonized, including outer space. Humans live in deserts, humans live in antarctica. The species will be ok, but you personally and your lifestyle are probably fucked.
Men who negotiate are seen as go-getters thus their behavior is encouraged. Women who imitate the same traits that are viewed positively in men are considered unlikable. See The Likeability Trap
There's an entire extra social layer they have to navigate through where they get punished worse than men for failing.
Idk if that article is what I'm referring to or not, I didn't read it. But there are several points at which data can be intercepted. Maybe a VPN doesn't protect me from the government but it does protect me from Joe schmoe at the coffee shop or whatever network I'm on.
Sexes reversed. Everybody eyeballin everybody. Also on mobile it had 69 pages to scroll through... Heh.
If you're in the US, buy a used international version of the book you need, copy the table of contents out of the American version, and use that to know that if your professor says "chapter 8," that's really chapter 11 in your India/Pakistan/Nepal version.
EDIT: For example, this book's US edition on Amazon is $188.34 new and $136.75 used. This new international edition is $44.88. Same content. Just reordered.
Come on, you’re just strawmanning his argument, not to mention flinging ad hominem attacks. Try “steelmanning” once in a while and you may be surprised by the healthy productivity of arguments.
I believe his argument about lobsters is quite simple: The cllaim that hierarchies are entirely socially constructed by human minds [i]cannot be true[/i] because “dominance hierarchies” exist throughout the natural world including as far back in our evolution as lobsters (which is [i]really really[/i]).
Thus, one can reasonably argue that we may have innate drives to form hierarchies, and that simply abolishing existing social hierarchies may simply create a power vacuum into which new hierarchies will inevitably arise — possibly far worse ones (in the tyrannical sense).
This seems [i]entirelt reasonable, scientifically sound, and makes specific predictions that do match the evidence.[/i]
I believe you have the best intentions, but a lot you’ve read about Jordon Peterson may be biased. You might be surprised if you watch his actual scientific lectures with an open mind.
Cloudstream on Android (TV/Fire Stick included).
Soap2day, Kissanime, and Kimcartoon with uBlock Origin and Universal Bypass on PC.
Seedbox with Plex if you're feeling extra about it (still way cheaper than streaming).
Windscribe and ProtonVPN are both good free VPN services, but even if you pay for a VPN it'll still be cheaper than almost any streaming service.
Of course, I'm not a good source of knowledge so hit up the r/piracy and r/seedboxes wikis for actually good info.
I will agree alot od the taxes we have, on cars and some sales tax, but the ordinary tax pays for so much good, hospital visits, school, uni and roads and other public things. As a dane from the city of Aalborg, ghettos are not really an issue, they them selves choose to live there in their tight community.
I think denmark has a sligt islamophobia issue, but this is also an occuring theme in the states.
The tv tax, is for the DR station in denmark, essentialy state owned, i hate that crap like the devil. I will avoid that with my life.
Some thing regarding freedome to do what you want, is alot more loose i the US for sure. But at the end of the day if you want to ride your bike without a helmet doing a 100 miles an hour. It's you're hospital bill, and not the states.
Freedome of speech is the same tho.
I mean, I'm not trying to be a dick here, but there is a literal difference. It's in the dictionary.
At that point what you're basically saying is that you don't see much of a difference despite the fact that there is a difference. You're welcome to your opinion, but in this case your opinion runs parallel to fact.
> And I wouldn't think well of it if it was a younger brother telling his older sister about it either.
I've never had siblings so I have no idea how that would effect a discussion. I feel like context would be everything, but I can't say one way or another. I feel like context would be everything, but can't say one way or the other. I can say that I feel like comparing a private conversation to a public article seems rather weird, but maybe I just don't get it.
Ooh, one more: Uncivil Agreement by Liliana Mason. This one is right up there with High Conflict in my estimation. I'd actually put this ahead of Taibbi's book.
We make a mistake when we presume that everyone voting for Trump was motivated by the same thing and the to the same degree.
Copied from another post elsewhere:
> If you’re a reader (or listener, actually), I’d like to recommend a couple books that I personally found very eye-opening. They’re very different, but between the two, they do a lot to explain how corrosive partisan behavior is both a social and institutional dynamic. I got a lot out of them because I truly don’t want to be part of the problem, and they made me look at my own behavior and gave me a self-awareness boost.
> * High Conflict by Amanda Ripley
> * Hate, Inc. by Matt Taibbi
> I was able to find them both as audiobooks available for free for download by my local library on the Libby app. You might have similar luck if you’d like to minimize your time and/or money risk based on the recommendation of same rando on the internet.
If you’re a reader (or listener, actually), I’d like to recommend a couple books that I personally found very eye-opening. They’re very different, but between the two, they do a lot to explain how corrosive partisan behavior is both a social and institutional dynamic. I got a lot out of them because I truly don’t want to be part of the problem, and they made me look at my own behavior and gave me a self-awareness boost.
High Conflict by Amanda Ripley
Hate, Inc. by Matt Taibbi
I was able to find them both as audiobooks available for free for download by my local library on the Libby app. You might have similar luck if you’d like to minimize your time and/or money risk based on the recommendation of same rando on the internet.
I hope this helps.
This is the one I have and it's only $25
It's not even that expensive
Here you go!
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You should read this book it will show you the percentage of finding a happy marriage or at least makes a good attempt at it. https://www.amazon.com/Book-Numbers-Analyzing-Pursuit-Women-ebook/dp/B08PTFKLP6/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1635125543&sr=8-1
You should know that everything men do in their life including making yourself "better" is because of sex. With out sex, our economy would come to a grinding halt since there would be no incentive for men to do anything. Theres a great book about this its called The Book of Numbers: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08PTFKLP6/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p1_i1 give a read sometime.
found this when i was searching for "action figures" on amazon.
Here's one by Charlie Bronson. Dunno how good it is but it seems to have pretty good reviews
RES, different apps, yes.
i use relay and omit all posts with the keyword 'cosplay' because I don't want to see that.
Play store link : Relay for reddit
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The middle one of em.
I apolgize for that, I just couldn't help it.
But I'm on an older version.
Just set your fields up, and input your data here and there, and you'll never pay twenty bucks a pound for collards ever again.
I pay a flat fees of €5 per month to Mullvad. Fully private, they require ZERO data from you (you can even send them anonymous cash with your randomly generated account number to pay them). Super simply desktop app. Great iOS support. Would recommend.
found it on amazon
Holy Blood, Holy Grail
Like I said, he's not a great orator. From his writing, it's clear that he had a deep understanding of the policies he is a proponent for. You should check out his bestseller book Our Revolution.