WARNING : Do not open at work or near those with a "kitty pic addiction" it contains "Ahh cute" sigh generating pictures of small furry critters. SPIEGEL: All of a sudden, Michael says, the look on the man's face changed. SPIEGEL: For a moment, they all sat there together, the stars overhead twinkling, the sound of chirping insects in the night air. Chris spends his life looking at how people interact with each other.https:// • July 16, 2016 AM * MIT Thinks It Can One-Up TOR With New Anonymity Network: Riffle July 16, 2016 AM This week in white man's welfare, the dregs of government doing the easiest job in the world: scaring pussy cops to get them to attack freedom of peaceful assembly • July 16, 2016 AM Good story, hard to do. RABDOU: And then he said something just so strange - just said, can I get a hug? And one of the things that he looks at is called noncomplementary behavior.
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"One in a trillion." https://science.slashdot.org/story/16/07/15/2039233/do-you-have-a-living-doppelgnger From the "everybody's favorite lizard dept" https://news.slashdot.org/story/16/07/15/2243250/newt-gingrich-says-visiting-an-isis-or-al-qaeda-website-should-be-a-felony Investigative Journalists and Malware Researchers bewary.
Clearly, if one is serving squid, IT HAS TO PHYSICALLY RESEMBLE squid, otherwise one might just as well serve bits of Quorn (=essentially lab-fermented mushrooms tasting v.
close to meat), or even the newly announced Israeli Cultured Meat (cultured from a single cell in vitro, and thus guaranteed Kosher AND Halal; the rabbis there are nonplussed because, were this to become a commodity, it would put them out of a profitable Kashrut-certifying job).
At least, when one orders Calamares in a restaurant, one is served unbroken rings of chewy meat that could but come from octopii arms with suckers.
• July 16, 2016 AM Not all uses of shooting drones is bad. SPIEGEL: And so everyone got up and formed a circle around the man. SPIEGEL: This is a professor at Michigan State University named Chris Hopwood."SPIEGEL: Michael remembers thinking, this is headed towards a very bad end. SPIEGEL: But then one of the women at the table, this woman Christina, pipes up. KHYBER: She said, you know, we're here celebrating. So the basic idea is that people naturally mirror each other.So when someone is hostile to you, you are typically hostile back. And breaking this pattern - say, being really warm to somebody after they've been incredibly hostile to you - that is noncomplementary behavior.And lastly but not least: #Brexit's finger is on the button...https://yro.slashdot.org/story/16/07/15/1438227/uk-gov-says-new-home-sec-will-have-powers-to-ban-end-to-end-encryption (Good luck with that) • July 16, 2016 AM And here's a fun little article about the Io T DMCA and lightbulb's going "off" by Cory Doctorow. : P https://boingboing.net/2016/07/15/for-90” It does, but let's get real, Bruce, you could have been served goat's innards stuffed with chard and cooked in thyme and not been able to distinguish that from that squid course (the meat) on taste and palate alone.And according to Hopwood, it's incredibly hard to do.