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Thanks. Those differences are small compared to common differences of BMI, though.
I'm pretty sure that call out culture needs some work. It's sort of feasible when there's agreement about what's privileged and what isn't, but I'd respect it more if there were peace between transgendered people and feminists.
Unless I'm missing something, they don't describe the size of the effects of personality that they found, just the strength of the correlations.
I'm finding the new version usable-- the green edge might allow for faster scanning, but the new version isn't bad with a little practice.
On the other hand, if there are multiple new comments in a thread, I find that I miss the alternating white/pale blue way of distinguishing comments. It would be nice to have two pastels instead of one.
All syllogisms have three parts, therefore this is not a syllogism
American Non-Sequitur Society--We don't make sense, but we do like pizza
Any slogan simple enough to fit on a bumper sticker is too simple to do any good
Ask me about my vow of silence
Circular Definition: see Circular Definition
Circular logic is self-validating. Therefore, it is correct.
Does this program halt? <In a paradoxical flowchart>
I shouldn't make sweeping generalizations, but we all do it.....
I think my brain has a mind of its own
If I'd known grandchildren would be so much fun, I would have had them first
If if' statements had nothen' clauses,
if' statements had no
If there were no rhetorical questions, what would we do with our hypothetical answers?
If words could speak, I wonder what they'd say
If you don't go to other people's funerals, they won't go to yours
I've got nothing to say--don't make me say it twice
The map is not the territory, but you can't fold up the territory and put it in your glove compartment
Objectivity is in the eye of the beholder
Practice atheism, the religion of the gods!
The Theorem Theorem: If if, then then
What color is a chameleon on a mirror? The same color as the chameleon on the other side of the mirror
What do you look like when you aren't visualizing anything?
What do you mean, YOU'RE a solipsist?
Which came first, the future or the past?
Why did Douglas Hofstadter cross the road? To make this riddle possible
Yes, but what if this weren't a rhetorical question?
What part of gestalt didn't you understand?
The Two Rules 1) Don't tell people everything you know
I went on a nostalgia trip. It wasn't as good as it will be.
Universal Solvent Corporation, Container Research Division
The invisible and the non-existent often look very much alike
because circular reasoning works [wrapped around into a circle]
NO MEMES! Pass it on
Circular reasoning fails because [wraps around in a circle]
Omt ndlss vwls
Circular reasoning working because circular reasoning fails because.... [wrapped around in an infinity sign]
What do you get when you cross a joke with a rhetorical question?
I will not violate causality yesterday
Contrary to Occam's Razor, patients can have as many diseases as they damn well please.
I'm so Meta, Even This Acronym
If you use a slippery slope argument once, you'll use it for everything
Who are you to question why your god doesn't want me to believe in him?
And here's one that people are likely to ask about: The voices in my head are SATB.
Maybe mugs would work better than t-shirts for some environments.
This is reminding me of the Enneagram. The idea is that people have basic habitual ways of relating to the universe-- all the standard ways (the Enneagram has nine of them) are useful but incomplete, and all of them can go bad or be refined into something very valuable.
Accurate perception is important, but so is action.
Have you heard of Focusing? It's a psychological system based on that premise.
I would definitely like to see it as a user preference.
Also, how do people feel about the relatively subtle color change for new comments which has replaced the bright green edge?
Improved forensics means that the people in charge might be proved to be wrong.
Not quite what you're looking for, but here's some resistance to using what has already been discovered.
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