Definitive proof that Plato's Atlantis literally did not exist.
TLDR: He only wrote about it in the context of stories meant to convey a philosophical lesson, where it was customary to make up subjects for the sake of argument. Atlantis is exactly as real as Ingsoc.
great talk by a girl on the recent event
Brenton Tarrant, Acceleration & Collapse
Fighting distracted walking.
Funny that the story mentions cafeteria meat and sauce. I grew up at home often eating PLAIN meat dinners with flavorful sides. Sometimes we'd have bake ham with peanut butter on it.
When I got to school I was surprised to see sauces available as meat toppings (on the side). Of course I tried it, and I could go either way now. With and without sauce is fine.
Tim Pool's response: Jordan Peterson is leading disaffected right-leaning young away people from apathy.
NY Times: How Parents Are Robbing Their Children of Adulthood
> Dr. Levine said she regularly sees college freshmen who “have had to come home from Emory or Brown …”
> One came home because there was a rat in the dorm room. … One didn’t like to eat food with sauce. Her whole life, her parents had helped her avoid sauce, calling friends before going to their houses for dinner. At college, she didn’t know how to cope with the cafeteria options — covered in sauce.
Okay, this is bugging me about Captain Marvel:
So... Cranky grimace-face Carol is teased by a guy on a motorcycle who tells her to smile more -- something a California biker in the 90s is fairly likely to say. He goes into a shop. She needs transportation. With the MOTIVATION setup, she steals his bike.
What part of this is heavy-handed SJW messaging? It's just stuff happening in a movie, FFS.
Ignore all the foot-in-mouth marketing and just watch the film. It's fine.
TIL: Mercury is, most often and on average, closer to Earth than any other major planet. The closest, by distance, is NOT Venus.
Story has an attached video with illustration.
Homework question: Which is easier to get to using rockets and gravity wells? :^)
My comment about Christchurch: (Northern) Summer is coming.
Pool has been harping on the culture war for a while, and sometimes he gets tiresome. But it looks like Summer 2019 is going to be very "interesting" times.
Smart phones are getting too big; I hate that they don't have buttons; and they suck for voice calls.
My latest solution, after AT&T failed for 2 years to command my phone to enable Mobile Hotspot:
Kyocera Cadence LTE on Verizon. Like the DuraXV / DuraXE that @adam loved, but cheaper and not waterproof. Does Voice, SMS, IMAP, browser, and mobile hotspot.
I've had it for a week and it's perfect.
> A New Dance Move Called The Beto
involves pantomiming the act of jerking off.
> Sara Ramirez Refunded Donation From NYC LGBT Center After Dearth of Bi-Plus Support
Is there a group of people that knows what is Bi-Plus?
He's an engineer, now?
> Airplanes are becoming far too complex to fly. Pilots are no longer needed, but rather computer scientists from MIT. I see it all the time in many products. Always seeking to go one unnecessary step further, when often old and simpler is far better…
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