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Re: Spagbook
« Reply #7005 on: March 27, 2017, 11:09:30 pm »
A few English delicacies:
fatberg pie - wads of coagulated sewer grease in pastry crust
mums toes - sidewalk mushrooms and stale pub beer spread on toast
fisherman's pudding - Thames dredge in Queens Justice scrotum casing
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« Reply #7006 on: March 27, 2017, 11:28:17 pm »
It's much worse than that, dear clown. Around here that would be classed as  "Poxy vegan shite". If you're not offering a sliced sausage omelette done in last weeks lard with last month's eggs and last year's milk you may as well admit you don't know what cooking is round these parts. If a meal doesn't include bread cooked at least 3 separate ways each time it's just impolite to even eat. Etiquette dictates slapping those who prepared the food and going hungry.   

Just look at what long term exposure has done to P3nt for an example of long term pros and cons to the diet.

But it gets even worse still back with you lot. Roger has been tainting the Tucson food supply for years. The spores are all in relatively advanced rates of gestation and the next stage can soon begin. So have fun with that over there, it's had quite a while to spread out. I understand Sheen/ElChapo are running the 2024 presidential campaign on improving quarantine measures for survivors.
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Re: Spagbook
« Reply #7007 on: March 28, 2017, 01:41:17 am »
Bread cooked three ways.... think I can do a bit more.

Bake it.
Then TOAST IT.. blackened really
AND THEN batter and fry it.
Then cut a hole and re-fry an egg into it.
Serve with a generous dollop of ye REALLIE olde fatberg mixed with "aged" fish oil.

Think I could be an English Chef... I'm remarkably comfortable with the idea of the resulting body count.
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« Reply #7008 on: April 19, 2017, 11:06:36 pm »
In which we both look inexplicably young.


I see you two have been stealing souls for eternal youth, again.

Can you blame us? Souls are delicious.

I'm finding it difficult to argue with you, there.

Meanwhile, I'm suspecting I need to increase my daily intake of souls. It's not fair how good you too look. Salty looks younger than I did 5 years ago.

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« Reply #7009 on: April 22, 2017, 03:57:16 am »
In which we both look inexplicably young.


I see you two have been stealing souls for eternal youth, again.

Can you blame us? Souls are delicious.

I'm finding it difficult to argue with you, there.

Meanwhile, I'm suspecting I need to increase my daily intake of souls. It's not fair how good you too look. Salty looks younger than I did 5 years ago.

He is truly ageless.
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« Reply #7010 on: April 22, 2017, 05:17:15 am »
In which we both look inexplicably young.


I see you two have been stealing souls for eternal youth, again.

Can you blame us? Souls are delicious.

I'm finding it difficult to argue with you, there.

Meanwhile, I'm suspecting I need to increase my daily intake of souls. It's not fair how good you too look. Salty looks younger than I did 5 years ago.

He is truly ageless.

He...even looks younger than even a couple of years ago...hrm...is it worth the Curse of Portland for eternal youth...

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Re: Spagbook
« Reply #7011 on: April 22, 2017, 03:34:40 pm »
The humidity and the lack of sun probably accounts for 99% of the fact that Portlanders are supposed to stay youthful-looking for longer.
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Re: Spagbook
« Reply #7012 on: April 23, 2017, 10:26:06 pm »
Guess I found where my bubble ends. I totally thought more people at the Science March would recognize Bayes' Thorem. Oh, well.

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« Reply #7013 on: April 25, 2017, 02:20:10 pm »
Guess I found where my bubble ends. I totally thought more people at the Science March would recognize Bayes' Thorem. Oh, well.

I didn't recognize it and had to look it up. Is that from first term stats? Seems like a thing only economists would recognize off the cuff.
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Re: Spagbook
« Reply #7014 on: April 25, 2017, 02:21:38 pm »
Looking good, by the way. The beard makes you look all mild-mannered and innocent. Have you lost weight?
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Re: Spagbook
« Reply #7015 on: April 25, 2017, 02:56:32 pm »
That's what I meant about finding the limits of my bubble.  I've was caught up in the Less Wrong stuff a while back, and Bayes is heavily stressed.  I made the false assumptions that a) a lot of so-called "rationalists" would be at the march, and b) more science people in general would know the formula. 

Although, that means it would make a pretty cool tattoo someday.

And thanks!  I like the beard look too.  I certainly haven't lost weight, but I may appear less puffy because I'm getting high a lot more than getting drunk.

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« Reply #7016 on: April 25, 2017, 06:02:47 pm »
That's what I meant about finding the limits of my bubble.  I've was caught up in the Less Wrong stuff a while back, and Bayes is heavily stressed.  I made the false assumptions that a) a lot of so-called "rationalists" would be at the march, and b) more science people in general would know the formula. 

Although, that means it would make a pretty cool tattoo someday.

And thanks!  I like the beard look too.  I certainly haven't lost weight, but I may appear less puffy because I'm getting high a lot more than getting drunk.

Rationalwiki may have the answer to this here.

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Emphasis mine, but seems to be almost exactly what you're describing. The Finances and critisisms section are quietly damning too.

The page on Yudkowsky himself is also fucking hilarious.

http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Eliezer_Yudkowsky

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Emphasis mine again. I'm sure we can all agree that Thiel is gaping asshole. Taking his money does come with significant implications.
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« Reply #7017 on: April 25, 2017, 06:11:17 pm »
Yeah, even if RationalWiki has a known hateboner for YK, he has become a sort of Nassim Taleb Black Swan thing, where at the beginning it's a really awesome tool/resource/concept, but after a while you have to kill your idol.

The old essays are still pretty great, though.

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« Reply #7018 on: April 25, 2017, 09:10:21 pm »
That's what I meant about finding the limits of my bubble.  I've was caught up in the Less Wrong stuff a while back, and Bayes is heavily stressed.  I made the false assumptions that a) a lot of so-called "rationalists" would be at the march, and b) more science people in general would know the formula. 

Although, that means it would make a pretty cool tattoo someday.

And thanks!  I like the beard look too.  I certainly haven't lost weight, but I may appear less puffy because I'm getting high a lot more than getting drunk.

Yeah, it makes a big difference in your face! You almost look weirdly younger, even with the gray in the beard. I too have been enjoying the benefits of more weed, less ethanol. I eat a lot more candy and chili cheese Fritos, but I have lost ten pounds anyway.
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Re: Spagbook
« Reply #7019 on: April 25, 2017, 10:49:16 pm »
Sweet Beard, LMNO - it looks good on you