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How To Avoid The No Go Zone, Get Past The Dangerzone And Get To The Fun Zone And Find The Wife Zone
08/05/14, 07:07

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How To Avoid The No Go Zone, Get Past The Dangerzone And Get To The Fun Zone And Find The Wife Zone
08/05/14, 07:05

If there anyone who doesn't know that this came from a sitcom?
how to; cream pie
08/05/14, 06:56

WHAT THE FUCK?
hey ash whatcha playin
08/05/14, 06:04

It really works for me that she has the same name as the Bruce Campbell character in the Evil Dead Movies
hey ash whatcha playin
08/05/14, 05:01

>>It's grossly dishonest though how "slut shaming" is framed as exclusively as a man on woman crime The overwhelming majority of slut hatred comes from other women, but that doesn't fit into the "us vs them" narrative that opportunists thrive on.

Opportunists? You're gonna have to name me some names, because the knowledge that women are world class slut shamers has definitely broke through to the mainstream. Tina Faye calls it "GIRL ON GIRL CRIME" and mentions it pointedly in "Mean Girls" and also in "BOSSY PANTS" Laci Green does videos about it. Dr. Phil did a show about it.

http://www.drphil.com/shows/show/1957

http://youtu.be/CCw2MzKjpoo
Dudes in Distress - Men in Video Games
08/04/14, 20:18

>>Feminists act like these tropes just came out of the blue. They don't have any consideration for the reality of them. The basic reality of why Mario rescues the princess is that men traditionally are bigger, stronger, and we've been the warriors. It doesn't take a genius to realize this.

That's why you're just the man for the job. I disagree with Anita Sarkeesian at least as much as I agree with her, but I'll never get tired of how her very existence makes half the male internet act like complete fools.

>>The basic reality of why Mario rescues the princess.

Yes, it's all about hard-hitting realism.

>>The irony being that Anita is your damsel in distress. Go save her you strapping knight!

Save her from what, Cena? From bruising her foot on your ass? From hurting her back when she lifts the money they send her? From bad lighting when she gets invited to do a TED talk?
hey ash whatcha playin
08/04/14, 19:23

Yes there is culture of prudery and slut-shaming, and yes there is is a culture of dumbing down and sexing up everything at all times. For women especially, it must seem like a no win situation. That said, I'm not sure that I understand this video at all, but thisyoung womanl is obviously really smart and funny, and I'll be watching more videos because that's what I think is sexy. So what have we learned? Not much, I'm guessing.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on GMO Foods
08/04/14, 14:55

Is an astrophysicist really more qualified than a sociologist in matters of genetics? I think I'd take the opinion of a farmer over either one of them.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on GMO Foods
08/04/14, 13:40

One reason why people don't trust corporations is because the secrecy of corporate culture makes wrongdoing extremely difficult to detect. Enron stole millions from everyday Americans, but they were only caught after they went completely broke. Presumably, if they'd only managed to make a profit while stealing from millions of dollars from everyday Americans, they'd still be at it. "The Informant" is about the extraordinary circumstances that it took for a major corporation to be caught in a massive criminal conspiracy.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on GMO Foods
08/04/14, 12:23

>>The burden of bullshit lies on the people whose views are not supported by science.

Well, again, NDT's argument is what he actually SAYS, not what he knows, or even what's real, and WHAT HE ACTUALLY SAYS HERE IN THIS VIDEO THAT ARE NOW DISCUSSING is not science.

It's NOT SCIENCE to say that "we did this thing for thousands of years so this other thing that maybe has similar results (but I'm not going to bother to prove that, we'll just assume it's the same) must be okay" And that's the only solid point I've tried to tried to make vis a vis the video. Not fucking science, or anything else.

I'm not interested in convincing this guy that GMOs are dangerous. I don't know the answer. In fact, if he could convince me that they're not, that would be lovely. But this does not convince me of anything.


There's an assload of material differences, and they go beyond the difference between gene splicing and cultivation. There's the patenting of organisms, restrictive liscensing agreements, the fact that they're making plants that can't create fertile seeds, which, among other things, means the end of cultivation. You're not going to be able to create a new strain for your own purposes. And remember, it's not just Monsanto, it's who owns Monsanto 50 years from now. Who's going to stop them from selling low yield crops to poor farmer in South America to keep them poor? Who's to know?
Neil deGrasse Tyson on GMO Foods
08/04/14, 10:23

>>If you are uncomfortable with GMOs, that's fine. But it doesn't mean you can make shit up about them to support your bias. There are absolutely no reputable studies whatsoever that link GMO crops to health risks or adverse conditions in humans. Crops have been modified for centuries, Tyson's point is very much on point much to the irritation of idiots who want to try and pretend that their arguments are somehow much more deeper than just that when they really aren't. And the argument that somehow this will result in the creation of radically altered mutant plants that will somehow unleash the apocalypse because of some theoretical situation is a retarded example of the kind of "goalpost moving" GMO opponents have to engage in to move the debate out of established science


When the scarecrow gets back from Oz, I'll be sure to tell him that, but no one here actually made those arguments. Tyson's point is bullshit, and you seem to know that, since you don't actually defend it, you just go on the attack against a whole bunch of arguments that no one here actually made. No one mentioned the Apocalypse, or even directly mentioned the idea that easting genetic foods may harm people. There's no good science to indicate that, which is why one else mentioned it. It's also why you mentioned it, because you wish someone had.

It's like saying that we've been making babies for millenia, so human cloning is just fine. It may be just fine, but you haven't made a real argument.

>>Seriously this is like on the level of climate deniers or vaccine deniers

The actual science may be in NDT's corner, but the bullshit argument he's making here sounds like a global warming denier ("We've been producing carbon monoxide for thousands of years.")

While I don't believe that eating currently available GMOs will harm me, directly manipulating the genetics of the world's food supply may have repercussions that will require me going outside of "established science" in order to discuss it. i reserve the right to fucking do that.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on GMO Foods
08/04/14, 09:49

>>Regardless of whatever real concerns there are with them, it is very, very difficult to avoid rolling your eyes at a significant portion of the anti-GMO crowd when they throw around useless, fear mongering terms like "frankenfood" and are largely driven by ignorance.

They spent a zillion dollars defeating a measure that would require labeling GMO foods in California. With the industry going to those kind of lengths to avoid transparency, I wonder if we're really to blame for our ignorance.

If they spent a zillion dollars on educating us about exactly what they're doing to the world's food supply, I'd feel a lot better about it... unless they're doing something terrible. The point is that ignorance is not a good argument. The fact that no one knows or understands what they're doing to the world's food supply is precisely the problem.
The Core i3 Surface Pro 3 is a Brilliant Student Device
08/04/14, 09:06

Hmmm Keyboard doesn't work? Okay, never mind.
The Core i3 Surface Pro 3 is a Brilliant Student Device
08/04/14, 08:51

I'm sure you can. I'm all about legacy hardware, so it'll be a while before I get my chance

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http://www.geek.com/microsoft/linux-users-rejoice-heres-ubuntu-on-the-surface-pro-3-1594864/
Neil deGrasse Tyson on GMO Foods
08/04/14, 08:27

>>And pointing it out does not mean I'm saying that NGOs are inherently bad or scary,

Obviously not. Or GMOS, neither.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on GMO Foods
08/04/14, 08:26

>>Is this one of those troll things you're doing, SolRo, or do you honestly believe that NDT is full of shit? Because I'm starting to think you actually believe this stuff... like maybe you're actually a space traveller from the Bizarro Universe, and that's why you think everything is opposite of what it really is.

NDT is full of shit, Homer.

And pointing it out does not mean I'm saying that NGOs are inherently bad or scary, or that everybody is supposed to eat at whole foods, or that I think eating GMOS will give me cancer. I'm saying that his analogy is shit.

Now, there are people going around saying GMOS will give you cancer, and the consensus seems to be that the data is about as sketchy as the link between vaccines and autism. So fuck those people, they are full of shit. Just like Neil DeGrasse Tyson is full of shit.

>>How is it not equivalent? In both cases we are selectively modifying the genes. GMO is only a more efficient way of doing it.

It's not the same thing. Because it's not. Just like frying is not the same thing as boiling. Conflating the two is a shitty way to have a discussion, and a great way to avoid having a discussion.

Honestly, I'm not as concerned about GMOs per se as i am about the intellectual property system that supports it. I can't say exactly WHY having a handful of corporations control the DNA to the world's food supply makes me uneasy. I honestly don't know what mischief might ensue, but Monsanto has a bunch of smarter guys than me on the payroll working to figure that out, and they'll probably think of it before I do.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on GMO Foods
08/04/14, 08:01

>>He knows that. GMOing is just the next step.

His argument is what he knows, it's what he's saying.
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08/03/14, 19:09

Holy shit, isn't that the crazy-eyed intern from the Microsoft Ad?
The Core i3 Surface Pro 3 is a Brilliant Student Device
08/03/14, 19:03

This is the only ad I've ever seen for anything Microsoft that actually made me sort of want the thing, if only so I could install Linux on it. So Kudos to you, Kate D'Orozio!
The Core i3 Surface Pro 3 is a Brilliant Student Device
08/03/14, 09:07

I just happened to come across a bunch of articles written by interns on various sites. Paying people for work is so 20th century.

Aopparently, to a millennial, online shopping and and studying at the same time equals "balance in my life".

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