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Karl Pilkington Tries to Tease Out A Logic Puzzle With Predictable Results
08/06/14, 06:55

Shady Shrew stole your five stars.
Karl Pilkington Tries to Tease Out A Logic Puzzle With Predictable Results
08/06/14, 05:16

Yeah, it's ultimately trying to express a problem of pure logic in terms that are hostile to pure logic. I suppose that's the unavoidable hazard of trying to make a logic problem entertaining.

Remember Slylock Fox from the funny pages? Every now and again the solution to a mystery was something like, "Slylock knows Sammy Snake is lying because snakes are cold-blooded and as such do not generate their own body heat". Oh really -- we're supposed to be fine with anthropomorphized foxes in deerstalker hats, but draw the line at ectothermia?
Karl Pilkington Tries to Tease Out A Logic Puzzle With Predictable Results
08/06/14, 04:32

And, I can actually cite a real-world case where the ability to count would be an issue here. Late last year when the Senate did away with the filibuster on executive nominations ... ? They didn't actually change the rule that a three-fifths supermajority is required for cloture; that rule is still in effect. But one of the things about the Senate is, if there is any question on how to interpret a rule, a simple majority gets to decide, without any debate. So the question came up whether a simple majority satisfies the three-fifths cloture rule, and a majority felt that it did, and 51 is now greater than or equal to 60. Where is your God now, Xenocide?
Bro throws the biggest house party in Western Michigan history
08/06/14, 04:03

"and the sexual assault of a 19-year-old Mount Pleasant woman"

I imagine that's what the rapist was thinking: "mount pleasant woman".
Karl Pilkington Tries to Tease Out A Logic Puzzle With Predictable Results
08/06/14, 03:35

It's a good answer, and you're right, others have come up with the same answer. Here's from a Werner Herzog film:

http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=51976

I suppose the "flaw" in the logic is that it relies upon unreliable knowledge about counting and/or frogs, as if the ability to communicate at all doesn't suffer from the same flaw. But whatever.
Karl Pilkington - Congress Tart
08/05/14, 17:00

This video convinces me that Karl isn't an act (as some suggest), he's just a man who doesn't filter his thoughts and he doesn't quite know why they can turn out funny.

Part of it too is that Ricky will lead him on and the material just keeps coming.
How to make stromboli
08/04/14, 01:09

Damn, you didn't waste any time! I am now registered at schadenfood.org.
How to make stromboli
08/03/14, 17:07

Me too -- I'm trying to improve my skills, as I'm finding myself cooking for numbers of people more and more often. Plus my Ninja 3-in-1 Cooker is opening up new cooking vistas for me, might as well learn to make good use of it. (Go get a Ninja 3-in-1 BTW, they rock.)
Whitehouse Schools Inhofe on Climate Change
08/03/14, 11:46

So that means a 50/50 chance of backing the party that is also for oppressing women, the LGBT community, blacks, and Hispanics. Democrats are far from perfect but at least they aren't actively trying to destroy the country.
Whitehouse Schools Inhofe on Climate Change
08/03/14, 05:29

Duty number one of all good Americans is to keep Republicans out of office. Duty number two is improving the Democrats, but we really, really need to focus on number one first. Besides, there's a good chance the Democrats will inexplicably "get better" the moment they're not dealing with Republican obstruction. (Just a reminder, we were only one non-Democratic vote short of a public option, and even then that was because Republicans filibustered the hell out of the ACA. And everything else.)
The Core i3 Surface Pro 3 is a Brilliant Student Device
08/03/14, 02:45

I'd like to give her a Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory, if you know what I mean.
Innocent Deer Will Not Be Put Down By Construction Worker Person
08/02/14, 03:10

I keep expecting them to kiss.
How to make stromboli
08/02/14, 01:55

"So how does everyone comparing lentils to hobo ass know that it's an accurate comparison?"

Because if their asses tasted better than lentils, they wouldn't be hobos.
The History of Palestine in 10 minutes
08/02/14, 01:47

I do notice they claim that Jews were flourishing and yet composed only 3.2% of the population; sounds a little contradictory.

Would like to hear baleen's side of this and what parts are incorrect. As I understand it, Jews bought their land from local Arabs and also from the British, who really didn't own the land to sell in the first place. Wikipedia says:

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From the 1880s to the 1930s, most Jewish land purchases were made in the coastal plain, the Jezreel Valley, the Jordan Valley and to a lesser extent the Galilee. This was due to a preference for land that was cheap and without tenants. There were two main reasons why these areas were sparsely populated. The first reason being when the Ottoman power in the rural areas began to diminish in the seventeenth century, many people moved to more centralized areas to secure protection against the lawless Bedouin tribes. The second reason for the sparsely populated areas of the coastal plains was the soil type. The soil, covered in a layer of sand, made it impossible to grow the staple crop of Palestine, corn. As a result this area remained uncultivated and under populated. "The sparse Arab population in the areas where the Jews usually bought their land enabled the Jews to carry out their purchase without engendering a massive displacement and eviction of Arab tenants".

In the 1930s most land was bought from small landowners. Of the land that the Jews bought, "52.6% of the lands were bought from big non-Palestinian landowners, 24.6% from Palestinian-Arab landowners and only 9.4% from the Fellahin".

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I won't pretend that Wikipedia is the final word on anything, especially on contentious topics. But I am very skeptical of accounts that are only one off-model Mickey Mouse costume away from Farfour.

http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=18674
How to make stromboli
08/01/14, 15:49

Lentilize me -- what are good lentil strategies? The other year I was heavily into lentils, but man, eventually the hobo ass flavor got the better of me.

As mentioned, lemon juice "fixes" lentils, but what else do you recommend?
How to make stromboli
08/01/14, 11:04

I recently learned that lentils stop tasting like hobo ass if you add lemon juice. Still not an exciting food, but nutritious.

That preload image looks like an infection.
The Avengers - Hulk vs Loki
08/01/14, 09:21

Yep, the Thor punch makes me laugh every time.
Boehner Impeachment Talk Coming From White House & Democrats
07/31/14, 05:43

"The Democrats did it with Bush"

I know Kucinich proposed it, but it never went any further than that.
Starving in Syria: Palestinian refugees die in rebel-held camp
07/30/14, 18:56

So, anyone got any good solutions, or even possible solutions?

The only thing I see working is if someone with tons of money to waste on an idealistic cause starts building factories that can employ both Israeli and Palestinian workers, and foster a sense that ongoing hostility is far less appealing than a good stable job. Which is why I can't be mad at Scarlett Johansson over that Sodastream flap -- Sodastream is actually providing good jobs to people who need them, and is setting an example others might follow.

Beyond that, I'm stuck. As far as I can tell, Israel is just trying to protect itself, except that the way it protects itself can very generously be labeled oppressive. And the Palestinians are just trying to make a future for themselves, except that the way some of them do it is by killing as many Israelis as opportunity permits. Even if 90% of the people on both sides would like to coexist peacefully, that last 10% is enough to shoo peace away for a good long time.
Do you remember your first existential crisis?
07/30/14, 10:14

"...but sooner or later you'll be living in a van down by the river!"

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