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Rational Discussion Tips (15) 2019/10/23 Anon2224 > Do you not even know a single thing about gatekeeping? faith? pychedelics? how do you learn anything talking like this? all you're doing is growing a cancerous ego to cut against the tide you haven't even recognized. you seem to think that my met
Open Discussion (2019) (568) 2019/10/22 Anonymous Asmongold criticizes casual console gamers who buy cosmetics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vp4H0eVZjk
Politics Discussion (82) 2019/10/22 curi #13908 FYI, you're mixing me up with not-me.
English Language, Analysis & Grammar (7) 2019/10/22 Alisa Helping Verbs Song and modal verbs
curi's Progress (24) 2019/10/22 curi Wrote another 200 freewrite and 1800 about an example Malcom Gladwell passage where he makes a big error which you can find mainly by understanding what you read. The method of actually figuring out the meaning of what you read, and understanding what
Schopenhauer, Kant, Magee (11) 2019/10/22 Anonymous #13892 Stop strawmannirg.
Comments on Behavioral Genetics Lecture (4) 2019/10/22 Anonymous #13881 ever heard of copy + paste? alternatively if you right click on the selected text you can have it google it for you. Why do you need help with such simple tasks?
Open Discussion: Economics (188) 2019/10/21 Anonymous #13871 Before curi's criticism, Bylund had already posted a separate tweet making clear he did hold the position curi criticized (which he tried to ambiguously disown in response to curi): https://twitter.com/PerBylund/status/1111613738921218048
List of Fallible Ideas Evaders (29) 2019/10/20 Dagny #13866 In short I'm saying that CS is a discussable topic and you ought to be learning some things worth discussing (especially concepts rather than specific algorithms). The FI community has plenty of CS expertise. You could discuss CS instead of wai
Some of Richard Feynman's Wonderfulness (8) 2019/10/20 Anne B #13839 I don't have a particular memory related to this. I do think it's common in our culture to be ashamed of chronic illness or disability or something.
YouTube and Fair Use (7) 2019/10/16 curi I copyright disputed my latest stream. YouTube blocked the video entirely (including the 90min of commentary on George Reismans' book following the ~11min of song commentary including a minute or two of song playback). I don't know any way to predict
Anne Discussion (56) 2019/10/16 Alisa AOPS Prealgebra
Experts (14) 2019/10/15 Anonymous > So like where the fuck did Stephen get his idea? Why does this merit profanity (a high level of emphasis)? > I’m reminded of a thing people do. The paragraph starting with that sentence does a poor job of communicating what you mean. An e
Alisa Discussion (68) 2019/10/14 Alisa #13363 I filed a [sourcehut feature request](https://todo.sr.ht/~sircmpwn/hg.sr.ht/29) to render .md files as Markdown.
Fuck China (2) 2019/10/11 Anonymous have you ever looked up and to the left? what do you see?
What To Read (75) 2019/10/10 Alisa Mountains of Mourning
Dishonest Thinking About Sex with Minors (16) 2019/10/08 Anonymous L|ia|R J|ai|L
Food (3) 2019/10/06 Anonymous After a few years of looking into it - all diets are personal. The few real universals are (1) sugar and processed flours are horrible for everyone, (2) obesity is bad, and (3) all calories are not equal. Diet is 90% of physical and mental health.
FI Posting Tips (13) 2019/10/05 Anonymous #13737 yes I've come to realize this is true.
Brandon Cropper Is Not an Objectivist (44) 2019/10/04 Anonymous #13727 Why do you people need so much help with simple things? I thought Randians were advocates of self-reliance?
Social Rules (13) 2019/10/02 Anonymous https://www.imageupload.net/image/KyQ5
Analyzing How Culture Manipulates You by Pulling Your Puppet Strings (74) 2019/10/01 Anonymous #13556 If you want to analyze better, it helps to get the full text of the scenes and comment on exact quotes. After you do what you can, you can read other people's analysis and compare and learn some things you missed.
Two Discord Logs (1) 2019/10/01 Anonymous why does this look like one long convo of you talking to urself?
Submit Podcast Questions (124) 2019/09/28 curi #13385 Soros is not basing his ideas on CR and didn't learn much from Popper. *Open Society* is a pretty good book. Popper doesn't pretend to be a free trader or capitalist economist (as e.g. Hayek did). He's not into limited, small government and
TheWorldOfParmenides Reddit Conversation (36) 2019/09/28 Anonymous #13631 That's the wrong method. Start simpler in the first place instead of making a complicated mess then trying to fix it.

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> Do you not even know a single thing about gatekeeping? faith? pychedelics? how do you learn anything talking like this? all you're doing is growing a cancerous ego to cut against the tide you haven't even recognized. you seem to think that my met Anon2224 Rational Discussion Tips 2019/10/23
Asmongold criticizes casual console gamers who buy cosmetics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vp4H0eVZjk Anonymous Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/22
Do you not even know a single thing about gatekeeping? faith? pychedelics? how do you learn anything talking like this? all you're doing is growing a cancerous ego to cut against the tide you haven't even recognized. Anonymous Rational Discussion Tips 2019/10/22
#13908 FYI, you're mixing me up with not-me. curi Politics Discussion 2019/10/22
> ... He can either explain himself and be rational... curi did explain himself. You quoted his explanations and you trolled him (#13894 and #13896). Then curi called you out for trolling. Then you denied that what you did was trolling (#13898). Th Anonymous Politics Discussion 2019/10/22
Helping Verbs Song and modal verbs Alisa English Language, Analysis & Grammar 2019/10/22
Wrote another 200 freewrite and 1800 about an example Malcom Gladwell passage where he makes a big error which you can find mainly by understanding what you read. The method of actually figuring out the meaning of what you read, and understanding what curi curi's Progress 2019/10/22
#13904 The purpose of that idea is not to measure seriousness, it's to help create seriousness. Most people create more of their own seriousness when they pay. (That wouldn't be the only purpose of charging money.) curi curi's Progress 2019/10/22
> Sell at a token price *because* people take stuff more seriously if they buy it instead of it being free? That is not a good way to measure how serious someone is about a topic. Anonymous curi's Progress 2019/10/22
250 words on tracking discussions, 3500 on error patterns. curi curi's Progress 2019/10/22
#13901 I don't think you know what the word "demands" means. Different Anon Politics Discussion 2019/10/22
#13900 Posts here a ton but won't read an article by ET. But demands other people watch an hour video... Anonymous Politics Discussion 2019/10/22
I am not reading a random TOS for some blogger. He can either explain himself and be rational or continue to be irrational and ignore all criticism, and consider it trolling. Contra-Popper. Anonymous Politics Discussion 2019/10/22
#13898 > #13897 Calling people out on their bull shit, anti-rational, anti- fact attitudes is not trolling. Why do you think this is trolling? > You accused another user of trolling a while back for criticizing your methods. I don't think you u Anon2224 Politics Discussion 2019/10/22
#13897 Calling people out on their bull shit, anti-rational, anti- fact attitudes is not trolling. Why do you think this is trolling? You accused another user of trolling a while back for criticizing your methods. I don't think you understand what Anonymous Politics Discussion 2019/10/22
#13896 Why are you trolling my blog? curi Politics Discussion 2019/10/22
> Let us know when you have a source which refutes the economic theory FI believes, rather than one which reaches a different conclusion based on applying different and mostly unstated/unargued economic principles. In other words, I can't refute th Anonymous Politics Discussion 2019/10/22
#13892 Stop strawmannirg. Anonymous Schopenhauer, Kant, Magee 2019/10/22
> Based on the video title, description and style, and quick skimming, That is no way to evaluate an argument or data. Anonymous Politics Discussion 2019/10/22
#13886 #13891 Based on the video title, description and style, and quick skimming, I see no indication that it addresses Mises' arguments. Let us know when you have a source which refutes the economic theory FI believes, rather than one which reach Dagny Politics Discussion 2019/10/22
#13883 > #13882 I am not the one who asked the question but you seem allergic at actually answering questions. I don't think you know what a pedant is either. so the question is: "If you could ask Kant 2 simple questions, what would they be?" Anon2224 Schopenhauer, Kant, Magee 2019/10/22
#13890 There's a summary in the description of the video. Anonymous Politics Discussion 2019/10/22
#13889 Sure but the ability to speed up videos doesn't address #13888's question Anonymous Politics Discussion 2019/10/22
#13888 Use speed control addons and that way you can see it in less than 30 mins. Different anon Politics Discussion 2019/10/22
#13886 Why not give a brief summary of the argument contained in almost hour long video you are linking? Anonymous Politics Discussion 2019/10/22
#12320 LuL curi beleives in IQ Anonymous Politics Discussion 2019/10/22
Medicare for All is Unaffordable Debunked! Anonymous Politics Discussion 2019/10/22
#13881 ever heard of copy + paste? alternatively if you right click on the selected text you can have it google it for you. Why do you need help with such simple tasks? Anonymous Comments on Behavioral Genetics Lecture 2019/10/22
#13881 no thanks. Anonymous Comments on Behavioral Genetics Lecture 2019/10/22
#13882 I am not the one who asked the question but you seem allergic at actually answering questions. I don't think you know what a pedant is either. Anonymous Schopenhauer, Kant, Magee 2019/10/22
#13879 > why are you dodging the question though? AFAIK, he wasn't dodging the question. he asked a question designed to help him understand what problem you're trying to solve (it's not clear), which would help him know what sort of answer you Anon2224 Schopenhauer, Kant, Magee 2019/10/22
#13880 That is not a link, nor have you made any argument. If you did wish to debate something, you should pick one thing instead of ten to start with, and then make an introductory statement/argument. Anonymous Comments on Behavioral Genetics Lecture 2019/10/21
Top 10 Replicated Findings from Behavioral Genetics Anonymous Comments on Behavioral Genetics Lecture 2019/10/21
why are you dodging the question though? Either answer him (What would you ask Kant) or fuck off. Don't be a useless pedant. Anonymous Schopenhauer, Kant, Magee 2019/10/21
I am the author of #13870 I did not write #13877 I think #13877 is misleading. As to #13876, it's a bad reply which doesn't address my questions. Anonymous Schopenhauer, Kant, Magee 2019/10/21
#13876 Cuz there are better things to do Anonymous Schopenhauer, Kant, Magee 2019/10/21
Why not? Anonymous Schopenhauer, Kant, Magee 2019/10/21
Wrote 550 on discussing specifics vs. big picture. Wrote 250 adding 8 more paths forward filters to the 3 I listed two days ago. Freewrote 1200. curi curi's Progress 2019/10/21
Great diagram about how learning works via integration of lower level concepts into higher level concepts. (Note: they have the lower level stuff on top because it's where you start.) I like the use of letters as sample ideas and then multi-letter str Anonymous Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/21
#13871 Before curi's criticism, Bylund had already posted a separate tweet making clear he did hold the position curi criticized (which he tried to ambiguously disown in response to curi): https://twitter.com/PerBylund/status/1111613738921218048 Anonymous Open Discussion: Economics 2019/10/21
https://twitter.com/PerBylund/status/456512368634130432 Per Bylund says: > Not refuting, only saying Popper's method requires trust in data--a leap of faith that logical reasoning doesn't require... wtf. Popper's pervasive fallibilism sure is Anonymous Open Discussion: Economics 2019/10/21
Per Bylund, an Austrian economist with social status at the Mises Institute, who has [written academically about Popper](http://perbylund.com/academics_polsci_msc.pdf), and posts tweetstorms using pieces of Popper without direct attribution/credit. Th Anonymous Open Discussion: Economics 2019/10/21
Why ask Kant anything? What for? Anonymous Schopenhauer, Kant, Magee 2019/10/21
If you could ask Kant 2 simple questions, what would they be? Ask Kant Schopenhauer, Kant, Magee 2019/10/21
Streamed last night. Finished Reisman book. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilf3DTgymnM&list=PLKx6lO5RmaeuXinlXLiZtm16HNE20KPdL Today, wrote 2800 re objective testing in discussions. Doing some philosophy consulting today. curi curi's Progress 2019/10/20
#13866 In short I'm saying that CS is a discussable topic and you ought to be learning some things worth discussing (especially concepts rather than specific algorithms). The FI community has plenty of CS expertise. You could discuss CS instead of wai Dagny List of Fallible Ideas Evaders 2019/10/20
Quick Response Bruce Nielson List of Fallible Ideas Evaders 2019/10/20
#13850 Bruce, I'm glad you are still on the FI email list. The same goes for anyone else out there who is reading it but not posting. There's value in just reading. Do you know about the Fallible Ideas Discord? There are no formatting guideline Anne B List of Fallible Ideas Evaders 2019/10/20
#13839 I don't have a particular memory related to this. I do think it's common in our culture to be ashamed of chronic illness or disability or something. Anne B Some of Richard Feynman's Wonderfulness 2019/10/20
> Well, I don't have time right now to fully explain my current career strategy OK so when you said (emphasis added): > I am working on a master's degree in computer science *for no reason other than* I wanted to learn computer science better af Dagny List of Fallible Ideas Evaders 2019/10/19
Anonymous Bruce Nielson List of Fallible Ideas Evaders 2019/10/19
Credentialling Bruce Nielson List of Fallible Ideas Evaders 2019/10/19
> I am working on a master's degree in computer science for no reason other than I wanted to learn computer science better after reading BoI and FoR. Why use a university if your goal is to learn? They are for social networking/climbing and credent Anonymous List of Fallible Ideas Evaders 2019/10/19
Btw Bruce Nielson List of Fallible Ideas Evaders 2019/10/19
Answer Bruce Nielson List of Fallible Ideas Evaders 2019/10/19
Question Bruce Nielson List of Fallible Ideas Evaders 2019/10/19
> How do you know that? Might I just not be yet interested enough in the group itself given my very short time with it? Are you trying to imply that you did other non-FI activities to pursue reason? E.g. you posted at some other group? You studied Anonymous List of Fallible Ideas Evaders 2019/10/19
No worries Bruce Nielson List of Fallible Ideas Evaders 2019/10/19
You can post on the curi.us website if you don't want to learn to use email yet. We're well aware that it's a barrier to entry. > You said you made this post to try to find a pattern... I sort of doubt my reason matches anyone elses... What you curi List of Fallible Ideas Evaders 2019/10/19
Email Bruce Nielson List of Fallible Ideas Evaders 2019/10/19
Thanks Bruce Nielson List of Fallible Ideas Evaders 2019/10/19
#13850 My video guide to posting covers how to do quoting properly. Maybe you will find it helpful: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y21zEm00Mwg&feature=youtu.be Justin Mallone List of Fallible Ideas Evaders 2019/10/19
I didn't actually quit Bruce Nielson List of Fallible Ideas Evaders 2019/10/19
#13845 So what does “this” (in the first paragraph of #13831) refer to? If it does not refer to the whole curi blog post, then what does it refer to? Your reply (#13845) implied that I should have known what you meant. But you did not give Anon2224 Rational Discussion Tips 2019/10/19
I also wrote 550 words about impasse chains today and 350 about paths forward filters. I'm still up for doing something else philosophical today. Maybe I'll stream and finish the Reisman book on socialized medicine. curi curi's Progress 2019/10/19
correction Anonymous Rational Discussion Tips 2019/10/19
#13845 Opening with the "this" pronoun after a bunch of stuff is ambiguous. Giving an example of one possible meaning helps illustrate why it matters to say what you mean and also illustrates that the mean "the whole post" doesn't work in addition to Anonymous Rational Discussion Tips 2019/10/19
#13833 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Principle_of_charity Anonymous Rational Discussion Tips 2019/10/19
#13843 Here's another similar one: https://www.reddit.com/r/Competitiveoverwatch/comments/djz1a5/linkzrs_comment_on_surefours_tweet/ 16 hours, 1349 upvotes, 115 comments, for an Overwatch League player tweeting "hmm" as a reply. curi Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/19
https://www.reddit.com/r/Competitiveoverwatch/comments/dk89ey/bdosins_response_on_twitter_to_profit_gesture/ The higher status you are, the worse you can communicate (more vaguely and lazily), and people will care and try to understand anyway. I curi Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/19
I wrote 1000 words on tracking discussions. I'm currently deciding what to do with it: free, sell, contributors-only. Free but also make a video and sell that? Bundle it with other stuff (e.g. that video or other material about how to think and discus curi curi's Progress 2019/10/19
#13835 #13837 These questions are unclear. It's hard to tell if you just don't know and can't guess what the answer is – you want to learn something – or if they are for the purpose of argument or criticism. This makes it hard to know what sort of Anonymous Rational Discussion Tips 2019/10/19
#13836 >> Try to keep track of your discussion so that you know which ideas have been refuted by which arguments, which are not-refuted, which ideas conflict with each other, what questions are open and unanswered, etc. > What is a good method Anon2224 Rational Discussion Tips 2019/10/19
#13828 why do you think you'd be ashamed of those things? do you have a memory from childhood that you think might have been the seed for this shame you have now? I'm reminded of a movie (supposedly based on true story) about how the US used Anonymous Some of Richard Feynman's Wonderfulness 2019/10/19
#13837 “it” = what you read Frisco Rational Discussion Tips 2019/10/19
> If you don’t know the purpose of every word you read, you don’t understand it. What does "it" refer to? Anonymous Rational Discussion Tips 2019/10/18
> Try to keep track of your discussion so that you know which ideas have been refuted by which arguments, which are not-refuted, which ideas conflict with each other, what questions are open and unanswered, etc. What is a good method for doing this Anonymous Rational Discussion Tips 2019/10/18
> Don’t use intensifiers without a big reason. What is a "big reason"? Anonymous Rational Discussion Tips 2019/10/18
#13778 > why is Curi still not addressing this? >> why does curi think that criticisms of his methods or ideas = trolling? why would curi address it? it was not addressed to curi. it was addressed to other people. also, even if the questi Anon2224 Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/18
#13831 What does “This” (your first word) refer to? It seems anon is referring to all of curi’s tips in his post. But one of the tips in his post is this: “Try to be extremely honest and expect others to be honest too.” Anon continued wi Anon2224 Rational Discussion Tips 2019/10/18
Wrote another 750 about YesNo. curi curi's Progress 2019/10/18
This only works if you're looking to discuss present knowledge. It is terrible as a means of knowledge growth. Trying to build some edifice of knowledge is a mistake as you should well know from reading BOI. As a means of controlling other peop Anonymous Rational Discussion Tips 2019/10/18
Wrote 2100 words re rational discussion. Posted it: https://curi.us/2224-rational-discussion-tips curi curi's Progress 2019/10/18
Try to focus on something and resolve it. Don't chaotically keep introducing new topics. If several sub-topics (of the focus topic) get introduced, pick one of those to focus on. Don't do too many things at once. Persist until some stuff actually gets curi Rational Discussion Tips 2019/10/18
I would have been ashamed that I had a sick spouse and ashamed that I had to ask people to go out of their way to accommodate us. I'd imagine that people would wonder if it was worth having me there once they found out I was going to be extra troub Anne B Some of Richard Feynman's Wonderfulness 2019/10/18
People like and want lying. Example: https://www.reddit.com/r/AmItheAsshole/comments/djbh2r/aita_for_getting_mad_at_my_boyfriend_because_he/ Anonymous Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/18
Upgrading OpenBSD from 6.5 to 6.6 is easy Josh Jordan Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/17
The Nintendo Switch subreddit did a bunch of speech suppression re Blizzard's Hong Kong crap after Blizzard cancelled a Switch-related event: https://www.reddit.com/r/NintendoSwitch/comments/dieq3a/statement_from_the_rnintendoswitch_mod_team/ Th Anonymous Politics Discussion 2019/10/17
Sexism Example Anonymous Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/17
The only realistic way to make progress is to find some time in your life *as it is now* to make progress with, not to wait until things are easier in the future. In certain cases where something major will improve in the foreseeable future, that migh curi Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/17
Wrote 1100 more expanding on the same topic and figuring out a lead to write about next time. Break time now. curi curi's Progress 2019/10/17
Did stream #36 last night for 95 min. It's currently blocked due to a false copyright claim: https://curi.us/2205-youtube-and-fair-use#c13817 Today I wrote 2600 words on discussion impasses and last words. curi curi's Progress 2019/10/17
Editorial: Apple's American-made Mac Pro isn't an exit from China https://appleinsider.com/articles/19/10/14/editorial-apples-american-made-mac-pro-isnt-an-exit-from-china via Instapaper > “Google was given a complete pass on incinerating Anonymous Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/17
> It struck me that I would have been embarrassed or ashamed or something to be asking about special arrangements for a sick spouse. this is weird to me. why would you be embarrassed or ashamed to do that? like, what do you imagine happens when Anonymous Some of Richard Feynman's Wonderfulness 2019/10/17
Encyclopedia Britannica is crap. https://www.britannica.com/place/China/The-transition-to-socialism-1953-57 > The strengths of Mao Zedong lay in agricultural policy, social change, and foreign relations, and in the mid-1950s he began to shift th Anonymous Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/17
I copyright disputed my latest stream. YouTube blocked the video entirely (including the 90min of commentary on George Reismans' book following the ~11min of song commentary including a minute or two of song playback). I don't know any way to predict curi YouTube and Fair Use 2019/10/16
AOPS Prealgebra Alisa Anne Discussion 2019/10/16
You don't know what overreaching is. It's about managing your rate of errors relative to your rate of correcting errors, not about avoiding problems. It's about avoiding *too many problems at once* (weighted by size, complexity, difficulty). That is a curi Anne Discussion 2019/10/16
Nonsense Anonymous Anne Discussion 2019/10/16
> authoritative You use words without knowing what they mean and how to use them. You shouldn't do that. It's important to know what you know, know what you don't know. If you don't know something, don't do/use it, or else find out how to do/use it Dagny Anne Discussion 2019/10/16
Why would you get overwhelmed? Problem-solving should be fun. As universal knowledge creators, you're in no less or better position to solve your problems than anyone else. Anyone who tells you otherwise is just being authoritative. You should lea Anonymous Anne Discussion 2019/10/16
another idea for studying logic Anne B Anne Discussion 2019/10/16
A bit later, Feynman is making arrangements to move to Los Alamos with his wife. He writes to people about possible places for her to live and receive medical care (pp. 20-21). It struck me that I would have been embarrassed or ashamed or something to Anne B Some of Richard Feynman's Wonderfulness 2019/10/16
an earlier marriage decision Anne B Some of Richard Feynman's Wonderfulness 2019/10/16
song analysis request: "Broken & Beautiful" by Kelly Clarkson Anonymous Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/16
Added 550 words of additional thoughts on YesNo. It's one monster paragraph. I write overly long paragraphs reasonably often when doing exploratory writing because I'm mostly focused on the ideas, not on how to organize the ideas. curi curi's Progress 2019/10/16
Wrote 1500 re YesNo. curi curi's Progress 2019/10/16
Police shooting of Daniel Shaver (2016) Alisa Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/15
Keep this thread for on-topic messages. curi curi's Progress 2019/10/15
> So like where the fuck did Stephen get his idea? Why does this merit profanity (a high level of emphasis)? > I’m reminded of a thing people do. The paragraph starting with that sentence does a poor job of communicating what you mean. An e Anonymous Experts 2019/10/15
Wrote 300 summarizing the Criticism Quality Perceptions ideas and 1730 more about YesNo. curi curi's Progress 2019/10/15
#13798 Related: http://curi.us/1298-some-of-richard-feynmans-wonderfulness > Feynman went to speak to the [math] teacher, who didn't know who Feynman was and treated him like an idiot. The teacher even accused Feynman of not knowing anything abo Anonymous Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/15
> how so? said stuff to address it > what do u mean? What did Feynman do? RAFO Anonymous Some of Richard Feynman's Wonderfulness 2019/10/15
https://twitter.com/patio11/status/1184034574545801217 [image] Anonymous Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/15
> And he wouldn't even passively let it happen if people wanted to treat him as an authority; he made a genuine effort to prevent it. how so? > Finally Feynman stopped biting his tongue. what do u mean? What did Feynman do? Anonymous Some of Richard Feynman's Wonderfulness 2019/10/15
#2079 is a straw man argument. I think Stephen was very confused, rather than like knowingly creating a straw man argument. —— Quoting from #2087 (I think the author is Stephen) > Let me put it another way. We need a word for the people Anonymous Experts 2019/10/15
I had a new idea tonight and wrote an additional 1500 words on Criticism Quality Perceptions. curi curi's Progress 2019/10/15
#13363 I filed a [sourcehut feature request](https://todo.sr.ht/~sircmpwn/hg.sr.ht/29) to render .md files as Markdown. Alisa Alisa Discussion 2019/10/14
Wrote 3160 on YesNo. Sent out newsletter #97 to 607 people. Today, Project Veritas put out their video with a CNN insider. I want to watch that soon. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7XZmugtLv4 curi curi's Progress 2019/10/14
Begin Logic Project Anne B Anne Discussion 2019/10/14
End Grammar Project Anne B Anne Discussion 2019/10/14
Updated Alisa's Paths Forward doc Alisa Alisa Discussion 2019/10/14
I wrote 1320 on discussion impasses, what they are and how to rationally handle them with some examples. I don't think it's good enough for people to understand it and use it who don't already know a lot about my views on the matter. It's just explora curi curi's Progress 2019/10/13
Good comic on double standards for parenting and transsexuality: https://www.reddit.com/r/JordanPeterson/comments/dh11dg/pretty_much_sums_it_up/ Anonymous Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/13
http://curi.us/2068-my-paths-forward-policy Dagny Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/13
#13782 I'm really surprised too, unfortunately he is not the man he purpots to be. Anonymous Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/13
Postmortem: incorrect quoting Alisa Alisa Discussion 2019/10/13
Helping verbs Alisa Alisa Discussion 2019/10/13
Remembering that adverbs can modify non-verbs Alisa Alisa Discussion 2019/10/13
Well that sux A Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/12
I wrote 550 on not starting questions/discussion at zero and 800 on impasses. curi curi's Progress 2019/10/12
#13779 the one* Anonymous Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/12
#13778 He's ignoring you because he thinks you are being hostile but in reality he's do one doing the hostility for not responding Anonymous Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/12
why is Curi still not addressing this? > why does curi think that criticisms of his methods or ideas = trolling? does curi handle criticism well? Doesn't seem like it. Anonymous Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/12
#13775 Curi losing debates in the most ungraceful way possible. Other Anon Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/12
I wrote 530 words about complexity and 640 freewrite. curi curi's Progress 2019/10/11
#13774 I'm not interested in helping you since you were both dishonest and unfriendly again, in addition to being confused, low skill, and not seeking to improve. curi Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/11
>> Ok, I'll transcribe something specific you talked about on stream and then I will quote what I already asked: >> At 39:57-40:04 curi said: "This is just a bunch of socially pressuring euphemisms. I don't want to talk that way, it's evil." >> Anonymous Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/11
have you ever looked up and to the left? what do you see? Anonymous Fuck China 2019/10/11
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#13770 I added this tag: > meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1, maximum-scale=1, user-scalable=0" Seems better for me. Tell me if you have problems. curi Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/11
>> #13465 how do you want it to work? And use the quote link instead of scrolling up for quotes. > The quote link is fine for quoting one comment but if you want to look back over other comments while replying and also read/include stuff from other curi Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/10
> Ok, I'll transcribe something specific you talked about on stream and then I will quote what I already asked: > At 39:57-40:04 curi said: "This is just a bunch of socially pressuring euphemisms. I don't want to talk that way, it's evil." > My curi Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/10
https://mises.org/library/californias-energy-meltdown California's power policy sucks. Old article by George Reisman. Anonymous Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/10
Mountains of Mourning Alisa What To Read 2019/10/10
I wrote 600 words on project planning and 1800 words on simplicity and complexity (trying to understand them in a context-independent way). Lunch time now. Played vindi less than i wanted yesterday. Will do that later. Might start recording or stea curi curi's Progress 2019/10/10
#13764 I have a many-year history of getting to things on my schedule, not claiming to be interested then ignoring. As I said, I haven't read your comment yet, so I don't even know if I'm interested. I can tell you, reliably, that I will read it and s curi Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/10
#13753 You don't seem to want to have this conversation. Maybe you think it is not important, idk, you don't tell. anon80085 Open Discussion (2019) 2019/10/10
> Why did Oliver ask Suegar that question? And what did Suegar's answer mean? I think Oliver asked because he was skeptical. He thought Miles didn't believe his own religious crap. He was right. I think that's a fairly typical kinda thing to ask. curi What To Read 2019/10/09
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