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https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=16835680 https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=16856753 patio11 comments Discussion 2018/04/17
Satire from 2003 Anonymous Why I Oppose Porn 2018/04/15
The O'Neil article referred to in the twitter thread does not even mention derangement or compulsion. Deutsch seems not to have noticed this. Deutsch is correct to say: > But one can't understand *why* something is happening if one has drastic misc Anonymous Discussion 2018/04/15
These arguments seem humorous. Is this post "satire"? FF Why I Oppose Porn 2018/04/15
I updated this post with DD's sorta response: > You are blocked from following @DavidDeutschOxf and viewing @DavidDeutschOxf's Tweets. curi Accepting vs. Preferring Theories – Reply to David Deutsch 2018/04/14
I just saw that DD blocked me on twitter. I guess it was a response to this? http://curi.us/2102-accepting-vs-preferring-theories-reply-to-david-deutsch God DD's gone downhill. See also this followup about anti-semitism: https://twitter.com/j curi Discussion 2018/04/14
David Deutsch on anti-semitism: https://mobile.twitter.com/DavidDeutschOxf/status/984769600406605829 > Yes, it's a derangement—the most harmful and dangerous in Western society. Very widespread. But *it's not hatred*, though it sometimes caus Anonymous Discussion 2018/04/14
>purpose makes success possible and purpose also makes failure possible. it’s a risk but it’s so necessary to a worthwhile life. yeah, and if you're not trying to make clear objectives your life will not be random, it will still have some purpo guilherme Goals & Purpose 2018/04/13
we use specific parts of quantum theory to solve specific problems. those parts are not refuted for use in those contexts. we have meta theories about what parts can be used for what, which are not refuted, which are what we act on. see https://yesorn curi Accepting vs. Preferring Theories – Reply to David Deutsch 2018/04/10
Quantum theory and gravity *have been refuted*. There are no non-refuted theories of quantum theory/gravity. Yet we use them. Anonymous Accepting vs. Preferring Theories – Reply to David Deutsch 2018/04/10
qtif oh my god it's turpentine Accepting vs. Preferring Theories – Reply to David Deutsch 2018/04/08
quantum theory is false oh my god it's turpentine Accepting vs. Preferring Theories – Reply to David Deutsch 2018/04/08
> Tentatively accepting an idea (for a problem context) doesn't mean accepting it as true, so "sure it's false" doesn't contradict acceptance. That is going to sound awfully confusing to most people. Why does Deutsch say he is sure quantum theor Anonymous Accepting vs. Preferring Theories – Reply to David Deutsch 2018/04/07
I use google news FF Discussion 2018/04/06
Try Breitbart. If you find it unsatisfactory in some way, say what way to help figure out what else to try. Anonymous Discussion 2018/04/05
to know what people are talking about in conversation. to feel connected to society. to know more about who or what to vote for. to prepare for changes in society that might affect me. a person Discussion 2018/04/05
#9279 what purpose do you have in mind for the news you're looking for? Some examples: - For material to start or understand small talk with co-workers - To sound smart and in-the-know at parties - To know who/what to vote for in the next elect PAS Discussion 2018/04/05
what's a good way to find out about general current news without spending a lot of time on it? i want a source that is truthful and not biased, to the extent that's possible. a person Discussion 2018/04/05
#9727 with the self-referential comment, heh. doesn't even say which thing he thinks is incoherent (presumably either what DD said or what ET said, but there's no clues provided about which). that leaves his comment incoherent (we can't read some clea Anonymous David Deutsch Interview Undermines His Philosophy 2018/03/31
Incoherent babble Anonymous David Deutsch Interview Undermines His Philosophy 2018/03/31
which authority (in person form) validated/proclaimed/authorized that you're right and other people you disagree with are wrong? bad question, bad demand. Anonymous Standards of Understanding 2018/03/22
Who is to say your understanding of yourself and understanding itself is not confused and ignorant misunderstanding? Anonymous Standards of Understanding 2018/03/22
LG might start trolling again. Don't remind her that I exist. curi Discussion 2018/03/21
you can talk to her Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/21
since lg has stopped trolling et. are people allowed to talk to her? ff Discussion 2018/03/21
Are people allowed to talk to Banned members now? FF Discussion 2018/03/21
To be clear: LT seems to have failed. RIP. Her tweets are often bad and she doesn't want criticism of them. she seems to have quit FI. @DD he's careful with precisely what he says so that he's not wrong about global warming. you seem to have po curi Discussion 2018/03/20
Yeah you said something different - I was going by memory. The context was people who will make the most progress in the next hundred years. Will take a look at the thread you mentioned. Was prompted to make my comment after reading some LT/DT tweets. Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/20
Don't attribute claims to me without sources. If you had checked the source you're talking about, you would have seen that I said something different. You might have also noticed the context and followup explanations. Anyway, I wrote extensive anal curi Discussion 2018/03/18
#9715 i'm curious as to what evidence you have regarding your claim "You have communicated that LT was the world's second best philosopher" Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/18
I never said that. Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/18
You have communicated that LT was the world's second best philosopher. You no longer think that. Why have you not posted to say why? Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/18
i liked this quote from _Made in Japan_: > [In foreign countries] Ironically, we took advantage of a handicap in the beginning, which was that we were unknown and we could not recruit university graduates, who would find this little foreign company curi Sample Paths Forward Dialog 2018/03/16
I updated to post to rename him from Morita to Akio (his first name) in the dialog. curi Sample Paths Forward Dialog 2018/03/16
Peikoff covers the stoics in his history of philosophy audio lectures. i think they have some major flaws and don't offer any value i can't get better somewhere else. Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/16
Morita: I am willing to join FI under a pseudonym. Curi: You can use my anon a/c FF: Have you read "The fountainhead"? Morita: NO!!!! FF: Are you going to read it? Morita: No, I am busy FF: How is it like being dead? Morita: .... FF Sample Paths Forward Dialog 2018/03/16
the Stoic tries to deal with the world as it is while pursuing self-improvement through four cardinal virtues: practical wisdom, the ability to navigate complex situations in a logical, informed, and calm manner; temperance, the exercise o FF Discussion 2018/03/16
Stoics taught to transform emotions in order to achieve inner calm. Emotions – of fear, or anger, or love, say – are instinctive human reactions to certain situations, and cannot be avoided. But the reflective mind can distance itself from the ra FF Discussion 2018/03/16
I also liked the part where they advise to live like a homeless person to train ourselves for the worse. FF Discussion 2018/03/16
> FF can you share some quotes or ideas from stoicism that you like Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by the rulers as useful. We are more often frightened than hurt; and we suffer more from imagination ff Discussion 2018/03/16
FF can you share some quotes or ideas from stoicism that you like Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/15
I used to do this as a kid. FF Sucking In Your Gut 2018/03/15
> What do you think of Stoicism FF Some of it looks good. FF Discussion 2018/03/15
What do you think of Stoicism FF Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/15
What does FI think of Stoicism? FF Discussion 2018/03/15
#9700 > what about masterbation? how often do you do it? what do you look at or think about while doing it? Is it like eating where you should do it whenever ur hungry? any tips? no i don't think hungry and horny work the same way. i think peopl Anonymous 23 Ways To Keep Your Romance Alive 2018/03/15
what about masterbation? how often do you do it? what do you look at or think about while doing it? Is it like eating where you should do it whenever ur hungry? any tips? another-anon 23 Ways To Keep Your Romance Alive 2018/03/14
> Is it okay to *not* want romance, or sex? Do you mean: can a person be happy without romance/sex? Yes > Why not just admit it gets boring and stop doing it? That would be good. I think ppl don’t do that because that is socially disapprov Anonymous 23 Ways To Keep Your Romance Alive 2018/03/14
Is it okay to *not* want romance, or sex? Why not just admit it gets boring and stop doing it? Do people really need romance and sex? Could they all just change their ideas to not want it? anon 23 Ways To Keep Your Romance Alive 2018/03/14
Do more dialogs. I want Caeli (alter-ego) back. FF 23 Ways To Keep Your Romance Alive 2018/03/14
I just edited a video from 94min (1 continuous section) to 517 parts and 55min. Final Cut Pro had a bug and lost all my ~40 speed increases (which save ~7min) and I had to redo them all. It was beachballing so I quit it and it took a minute to end bac curi Discussion 2018/03/13
> Is it true persuasion works most of the time irl? I’m having a hard time quantifying that but in my personal experience, it’s pretty mixed, maybe 50/50, maybe worse. People really suck at this stuff and give up quickly. you think people fight Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/11
Good points, thanks. > most of the time, despite people being dumb or irrational in various ways, persuasion works OK and no force is used Is it true persuasion works most of the time irl? I’m having a hard time quantifying that but in my pers Anon69 Discussion 2018/03/11
> If someone is making a [list of benefits] > [list of downsides] type argument, they aren't ignoring or not caring about the downsides, that style of argument involves NOT addressing the downsides and solving the problems, just vaguely claiming t Anonymous Monetary Privacy!? 2018/03/10
> bitcoin is sorta bad at privacy. it records transactions in the public blockchain. True. If someone can connect your public key to you then they can look up all your transactions. For cryptos with this issue, mixers / tumblers try to help with th Anon69 Monetary Privacy!? 2018/03/10
> -Enables privacy bitcoin is sorta bad at privacy. it records transactions in the public blockchain. > -Option to use currencies with a value not tied to govt, which can reduce exposure to bad policy, corruption, hyper inflation, etc except Anonymous Monetary Privacy!? 2018/03/10
The basic form of argument I remember hearing for why cryptocurrency is good despite enabling some crimes is that [list of benefits] > [list of downsides] (those lists seem to be complex and evolving). Not a great argument since it's hard to quantify/ Anon69 Monetary Privacy!? 2018/03/10
people are persuadable somehow. if you don't know how, that is in fact a weakness in your knowledge. you don't know how to address all their objections, issues, etc. most of the time, despite people being dumb or irrational in various ways, persuas Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/10
Capitalism Essay Anon69 Discussion 2018/03/10
Regular cooking savings going to extra ingredients rather than cash saved is an interesting point. I suspect Gobble is making my food spending more efficient in the sense of increasing the amount of my food outlay that winds up getting *eaten*. Cuz I Anonymous Why Gobble? 2018/03/09
Not implying you're wrong, I'm not familiar with the issue. Just thought I'd check because it's common for ppl to make this sort of claim without looking much. Also, my impression is that the crypto/blockchain community is rather large and sprea Anon69 Monetary Privacy!? 2018/03/09
> Where / who did you check with on that? Public information. Did you have a counter example that you decided to withhold so far while implying I'm wrong? Anonymous Monetary Privacy!? 2018/03/08
> Bitcoin and others have not attempted to solve the problem of monetary privacy *while also addressing the way privacy facilitates some bad things, especially crime*. They don't seem to care that they are used in crime. Where / who did you check w Anon69 Monetary Privacy!? 2018/03/08
Overreaching Anon69 Discussion 2018/03/08
bitcoin should fund healthcare for the poor Gomy Monetary Privacy!? 2018/03/07
Bitcoin and others have not attempted to solve the problem of monetary privacy *while also addressing the way privacy facilitates some bad things, especially crime*. They don't seem to care that they are used in crime. Anonymous Monetary Privacy!? 2018/03/07
#9679 i bet there's a video game where your sense perception is warped in some way, and part of the point of the game is you learn to get used to it. i know some games have short sections where e.g. the controls are reversed (left = right and vice Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/06
> What are some good strategies for learning inexplicit knowledge? This is relevant question for me in the following way. Recently I developed an inner ear problem that is affecting my sense of balance. Basically, my inner ear is sending incorrect Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/06
>@kate: overreaching I wondered if you'd say that. I'm working on an FI post on overreaching. I'll ask my questions there. Kate Discussion 2018/03/04
to be a meme something needs knowledge to cause its own replication. most ideas you create are terrible at replicating. most of those don't last long in your mind though. curi Discussion 2018/03/04
> To a first approximation the agents in your mind are: > 60% static memes > 30% dynamic memes > 10% non-memes What's an example of a non-meme agent in the mind? I don't understand. Anne B Discussion 2018/03/04
> he should have shipped his books to africa what? Anonymous Goldratt vs. Japan 2018/03/04
@kate: overreaching curi Discussion 2018/03/04
he should have shipped his books to africa Anonymous Goldratt vs. Japan 2018/03/04
>Where does that *choice* fit in? Is it itself an agent? Maybe it'd be better to ask, "Is it itself the result of an agent?" Kate Discussion 2018/03/04
Consider choosing to take initiative vs choosing passivity (which puts you more at the mercy of the static memes in your mind). Where does that *choice* fit in? Is it itself an agent? Is it part of the 10% non-memes? Kate Discussion 2018/03/04
> Think of your mind as a huge collection of semi-autonomous agents. Why are the agents semi-autonomous rather than fully autonomous? What's restricting their autonomy? Also, how does the concept of choice or free will fit into this explanation Kate Discussion 2018/03/04
Yes, I meant static memes and, yes, memes are agents. By "target particular agents" I meant static memes have knowledge about other specific agents in your mind such that when you acquire those static memes they damage or displace or contribute to tho Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/04
> Memes know how to target particular agents. This is misleading. First, because it says "memes" when it presumably means "static memes". Second, because the primary things memes do is they *are* agents, rather than targeting agents. To a first curi Discussion 2018/03/03
Nearly everyone already has the problem of internal conflicts. The self -- the thing we call the "I" -- is a kind of lie. It's a construct made up by your mind so you can answer questions like "Why are you doing that?" Your mind pushes out a kind of s Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/03
Tulpas Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/03
Didn't mean to imply they are similar. My understanding is that Szasz was a libertarian whereas Laing was a socialist. They had very different philosophical outlooks. I mentioned Laing because Laing was big in Britain during Deutsch's youth. My mother Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/03
> You're boring. It'd be better to say, "You're being boring." I don't know much about the person in general, I know about their messages in this particular conversation. Being more precise makes it easier for people to treat a negative message as curi Discussion 2018/03/03
Szasz and Laing are not similar. Szasz wrote at length explaining the differences to address that misconception. Please don't spread that myth. DD read Szasz but only understood half of it; DD's mixed about that stuff. curi Discussion 2018/03/02
Thanks for the link. Interesting. Seems like Deutsch has read Thomas Szasz and R D Laing. I agree that the idea of mental health is a crock and there is no such thing as mental illness. Has Deutsch written about Szasz? Sad he fell for the mirror neuro Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/02
Mirror neurons are junk science as I explained to DD multiple times before BoI's publication. What sort of junk science? *Autism junk science!!!!!!* So it's particularly nasty. DD used to care about such things: http://web.archive.org/web/200306200821 curi Discussion 2018/03/02
GP OMGIT Here's my thoughts on what was before Deutsch's "Therefore". Deutsch says that animals like apes can pass on pre-creative memes because of hard-coded programs installed into their brains from their genes. He says that in the precursors Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/02
> #9655 wasn't me (the one asking the questions) anonymous posting is confusing sometimes :/ and it's not your fault. it's the other guy's fault. he wrote a post using the same name as you and didn't write "not the OP but..." in front (as people author of #9657 Discussion 2018/03/01
#9655 wasn't me (the one asking the questions) Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
> Kinda ironic complaining you get called arrogant then saying just that to someone. you came to curi's blog, ignored 80% of what he said, and don't seem to value him, and then you get upset he has better things to do than answer your bad questions Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
therefore oh my god it's turpentine Discussion 2018/03/01
> when i say this people always accuse me of arrogance and want demonstrations. > You're demanding a lot of my time while, from my perspective, being an aggressive, arrogant fool. Kinda ironic complaining you get called arrogant then saying ju Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
>> Is it possible for the creativity program to be entirely memetic? If not, and if it is not entirely genetic, what are the minimal requirements on the genes for the creativity program to bootstrap itself memetically? > what do u mean "entirely me Anon2 Discussion 2018/03/01
You're boring. curi Discussion 2018/03/01
Before I agree to the bet I would need a precise description of what the issue is and for us to agree on that and also for the terms of adjudication and that we agree on those. Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
btw,it was not like you had to scroll up far or even at all to see what I was referring to. What I was referring was in my immediately preceding comment and the only intervening comment was Dagny's, who I was talking to. You are trying to peg me with Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
> No. You were wrong. Want to bet $1000 on the matter, or are you not really so confident after all? You're demanding a lot of my time while, from my perspective, being an aggressive, arrogant fool. You aren't offering value to me and you don't see curi Discussion 2018/03/01
Atlas Shrugged: > Taggart could not understand the transition from the laughter to the sudden tone of Dagny’s voice; the voice was cold and harsh: “Drop it, Jim. I know everything you’re going to say. Nobody’s ever used it before. Nobody ap Dagny Discussion 2018/03/01
No, it was not an unclear reference and I did not say it was unclear. You were blatantly wrong that I had not specified what Deutsch's suggestion was. And when I clearly point out how I referred to it you say I made an inadequate attempt to debate the Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
an inadequate attempt to debate the point (you say it was an unclear reference to something that is itself inadequate) followed by a request for another demonstration! kinda exactly what i predicted and preempted. no thanks. curi Discussion 2018/03/01
> this is a major writing error b/c you refer to "Deutsch's suggestion" without specifying what that is. I was referring to what I said in #9641: > My question comes from Deutsch's speculation at the end of one of the BoI chapters on memes whe Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
Overreaching curi Discussion 2018/03/01
you are not communicating coherently, and behind that you don't have a coherent concept of the issues you're trying to talk about. it's confused in your own mind, and much worse after it goes through a communication process to others. i'm guessing you Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
I know genes must construct the hardware but my question was about the software and in particular the minimum software. I'm wondering how Deutsch's suggestion can work because how can you split a universal program so that only part of it comes from ge Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
> Dagny - I wrote #9634 but not #9635. i know. why would i point out you should have thought of something yourself if i thought you also wrote the reply comment stating it? anyway your questions are unproductive and aimless, and you seem uninte Dagny Discussion 2018/03/01
Dagny - I wrote #9634 but not #9635. My question comes from Deutsch's speculation at the end of one of the BoI chapters on memes where he suggests the creativity program is installed partly from genes and partly from memes. Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
do you think you have a single clear picture of how memes work, with no contradictions? if not, you should try to sort our the contradictions in your thinking – perhaps with targeted questions relating to actual issues, combined with some actual exp Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
what do you want to *do* with answers you receive? Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
do you have any questions about specific things any of them said? all your questions are vague and you're still not giving any useful context about what your problem situation is. Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
Have read Deutsch, Dawkins, Dennett, and Blackmore. Deutsch has the best understanding and explanations. Am re-reading hence my questions. Have you read Dennett's Freedom Evolves and his Darwin's Dangerous Idea? Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
> genes are necessary to build the hardware and do some initial programming. memes can't do that, they don't even exist until after that's done. this is kinda obvious. i think you would know this yourself if you thought about it. there's something Dagny Discussion 2018/03/01
what do u mean "entirely memetic"? genes are necessary to build the hardware and do some initial programming. memes can't do that, they don't even exist until after that's done. Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
Creativity program Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
what do u want to understand about memes? what problem(s) do you want to solve? your questions seem like the standard way ppl are aimlessly trying to be clever but not following real interests/problems. Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
trying to think up questions about memes that I haven't seen people ask. is there a good FAQ somewhere with these kind of questions? sometimes I don't know the importance of a question until it is answered. Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
> Do dynamic memes always tend in the direction of increased explicit knowledge content? no. i think it'd help if you said more of the motivation for your questions, what you're thinking, why you think these questions are important, what you think Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
Dynamic memes Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
> Is the primary target of all static memes children? no, e.g. static memes target parents. and all kinds of stuff. children are a particular target b/c how children are treated is super important to the survival of memes in the long term. Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
Dynamic memes Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
Static memes Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
Inexplicit knowledge Anonymous Discussion 2018/03/01
Cost/Benefit PAS Discussion 2018/02/28
Too dangerous to have a gun PAS Discussion 2018/02/28
Friction PAS Discussion 2018/02/27
> What (non-gun-control) things could we do to reduce mass shootings and other murders in the US? In addition to what's already been said for mass shootings: Stop encouraging (culturally and institutionally) people gathering in mass for dumb rea PAS Discussion 2018/02/27
#9619 I see you're not interested in discussing the friction issue, and you're not curious why you came off as anti-gun. curi Discussion 2018/02/27
> it may have some effect of reducing gun murders. this is one example of many biased comments in a short post. if a gun murder is replaced with a knife murder, how does that help? trying to reduce "gun murders", rather than "murders", is a biased Anonymous Discussion 2018/02/27
> why do you hate guns so much? I don't hate guns. I own a gun and glad that I do. > do you hate other types of tools equally? no. > do you have an attitude of relying on the authorities to take care of you? no. anonymous Discussion 2018/02/27
friction helps stops petty crime that isn't very motivated, and emotional crimes without forethought. it doesn't matter much for big, planned crimes with motivations that last over time. friction also disarms lots of victims cuz they don't expect t curi Discussion 2018/02/27
> As background, understand that in any society with significant freedoms any evil person who really wants a gun is going to get one regardless of what the law says about it True. However, friction matters. Wouldn't making it harder to buy a gun re anonymous Discussion 2018/02/27
> What (non-gun-control) things could we do to reduce mass shootings and other murders in the US? build a wall, deport illegal aliens, end anchor babies, stop letting in third world and muslim immigrants who won't be a benefit to the country and co curi Discussion 2018/02/27
> What (non-gun-control) things could we do to reduce mass shootings and other murders in the US? stop forcing kids to go to school who don't want to. this is important both for the bullies and their victims. both sides of that is a bad experience. curi Discussion 2018/02/27
What (non-gun-control) things could we do to reduce mass shootings and other murders in the US? PAS, your answers above make a lot of sense. anon Discussion 2018/02/27
Gun Safety PAS Discussion 2018/02/27
Threats PAS Discussion 2018/02/27
As background, understand that in any society with significant freedoms any evil person who really wants a gun is going to get one regardless of what the law says about it. The law affects primarily good people who follow the law, and only secondarily PAS Discussion 2018/02/27
more gun questions: should gun owners have to learn gun safety like drivers do? are there guns for which the only purpose is killing a lot of people at once? if so, should those guns be outlawed? should people who threaten to kill other peopl TD Discussion 2018/02/27
how much gun control should there be? should any guns be illegal? at what age should people be allowed to own guns? what severity of crime should make it so you are not allowed to have a gun anymore? should people who are much more likely Anonymous Discussion 2018/02/27
Roy Fokker Roy Fokker By Any Means Necessary: A Violent Marxist Cult 2018/02/27
And if that company's product is fighting crime, they need to be better at fighting crime to survive. Having one institution means no competition, and less incentive (or evolutionary force) to be better at fighting crime. Anonymous Monetary Privacy!? 2018/02/26
Says a bunch of things I agree with then says she was a Bernie Sanders supporter :( On Rand: > Many people have noticed the very real parallels between Ayn Rand and me. (I was born in the United States, however; my mother and all four of my gra Anonymous Discussion 2018/02/25
Camille Paglia Anonymous Discussion 2018/02/25
think anon69 will come back in 2-4 months and act like he never went afk mid discussion here, rather than addressing it? Anonymous Atlas Shrugged Theme: Don't Overreach 2018/02/25
Thanks for the link! Kate Discussion 2018/02/25
Rand vs Peterson Anonymous Discussion 2018/02/24
I haven't watched much anime for years. curi Goldratt vs. Japan 2018/02/22
Do you watch anime/manga? I've been told these are good: Hero Academy, Assassination Classroom, and Attack on Titan. Any opinions? AssClass seems to have interesting premise about assassinating the teacher. Wonder if it has anything interesting to say Anonymous Goldratt vs. Japan 2018/02/21
> Are you interested in continuing discussion elsewhere, even with the chance that some hostile/mean statements will be made? This kinda thing depends on the attitude to it: e.g. do you start debating it and piling on (as you did to Dagny) and won' curi Atlas Shrugged Theme: Don't Overreach 2018/02/19
Clarifying that kind of issue by directly asking you is not realistic, because Dagny was looking at information you revealed *inadvertently*, not your intentional opinion. curi Atlas Shrugged Theme: Don't Overreach 2018/02/19
> What would really be convincing is: just don't act normal. Do something different. Do something incompatible with the theory that you're acting on the standard memes. hmm, I'm not sure what you consider different / not normal, but I'll think abou Anon69 Atlas Shrugged Theme: Don't Overreach 2018/02/19

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