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Jan 7th 2010 5:35PM @numya:
No, most Australian cricket fans aren't black. And in the ad, the Australian cricket fan wasn't black.
Most West Indian cricket fans are black. And all those dark skinned people you see? They were wearing maroon no? They were the West Indian cricket fans. Not the Australian cricket fans.
Dec 25th 2009 11:39AM /loot
Dec 25th 2009 11:37AM /loot
Jul 29th 2009 1:12AM You can't be serious. If manufacturing costs lower, more people stick up arrows on AH, and competition works down the profit margins. Maybe in the NEXT expansion, saronite arrowheads won't depend on manufacturing costs much, because it will instead depend on who is randomly levelling engineering. Right now, there is significant competition in that market, and so it reaches an equilibrium-- it lowers the profit margin till just before it wouldn't be worth the time of any engineers of that level to bother making it consistently.
May 6th 2008 7:05PM If you can't put your values in understandable terms, why not give some more thought to them before resorting to learning techniques? Values are after all just a code for how to pursue what you want without screwing up something else you want. And you never know what the consequences might be of teaching someone to be irrational... most people never find their way out of it.
Apr 23rd 2008 8:42PM "Sorry, but the number of 12 year olds that can provide insightful commentary and analysis, is much smaller then the number of 26 year olds who can.
About physics, maybe. But about an online game? I wouldn't be so sure of that.
Apr 13th 2008 12:11AM "And I'm not sure Hollywood -- even the relatively adventurous Lionsgate -- has the stomach for a politically faithful adaptation."
Have they the- organs somewhat below the stomach- to deal with an army of Peikoff's lawyers if they don't make it at least somewhat true to the politics of the thing?
Feb 15th 2008 12:57PM "
But we must never forget that it was the laissez-faire policies of Alan Greenspan and Ben Bernanke that are at the root of the mortgage problem."
Wrong. Alan Greenspan DID NOT HAVE laissez-faire policies. He had subsidize-the-interest-rate-to-keep-it-low policies, which caused the mortgage problem by encouraging, along with federal credit insuring, behavior such as giving loans to people not capable of fulfilling them (e.g. heads I win, tails the government loses).
Bernanke is shaping up similarly.
There has never been a situation in which laissez-faire existed. You might as well blame the mortgage problem on ghosts.