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  1. Some Guy commented on Working Daze about 1 month ago

    nerds originated with Dr Seuss, if I’m not mistaken, and then the word was used as a derogatory term, that was then embraced by a portion of our society. After a few decades, it’s mutated to something used as a synonym for geek, unless you’re either a geek or a nerd, and then you are probably fairly strongly opinionated on which camp you fall into. Again, I’m assuming my memory works, so please correct my if my history is off

  2. Some Guy commented on Brevity about 1 month ago

    @Rad-ish if it was fibonacci it would go (1,1)2,3,5,8,13, not 2,3,5,7,11. it’s an ascending count of primes starting at 2

  3. Some Guy commented on Working Daze about 1 month ago

    Good advice. Failing that, good scissors might work just as well.

  4. Some Guy commented on Working Daze about 1 month ago

    Happy string of pagan traditions with vaguely Christian overtones everyone! (If happy holidays and merry christmas offends people, how’s a little history?)

  5. Some Guy commented on Wizard of Id 2 months ago

    @Bruno Zeigerts
    If I recall correctly, the eagles refused to carry the ring itself in any capacity, so you couldn’t just fly in, on top of the aforementioned ease of targeting (I think a dozen fell beasts would be able to take down 3 eagles, without even accounting for the mass of archery in Mordor), and the lack of them being a taxi service.

  6. Some Guy commented on Working Daze 3 months ago

    The Stanford Prison Experiment was…poorly executed, to say the least. Less horrifying in a “humans act like WHAT?” fashion, and more what it says about research ethics, especially when the very small test group was primed to begin with for the specific behaviors that were desired. It also doesn’t help that the experimenters were visibly around, meaning that people were acting how there were expected (and in the case of the guards coached), instead of how they would necessarily naturally react.
    The other examples are both good, from everything I’ve read about them, however. The Milgram experiment…I have to agree on it being terrifying

  7. Some Guy commented on Working Daze 3 months ago

    Jet-lagging an entire continent for something that allegedly helped farmers, who would be more likely to be getting up with the sun than an alarm, never made much sense to me. Just costs productive time, makes people cranky, is expensive (lost revenue from poorer work), and causes higher instances of some health complications. I look forward to when DST gets phased out

  8. Some Guy commented on Working Daze 5 months ago

    My two cents: Batman cannot be lawful, as basically everything he does, whether via assault, (enhanced) interrogation, or blatant disregard for property laws, says that he considers them guides at best. He does, however, generally turn people in for their due process once he’s finished with them, and usually does things for the betterment of his city, or the world at large. Neutral Good.

  9. Some Guy commented on Working Daze 6 months ago

    Most people are stars in their own story, but…just give the night sky a good look. Who has time for that many tales?

  10. Some Guy commented on Working Daze 9 months ago

    I found out, a few years ago, with a rather graphic example, just how much particulate matter is ejected when one flushes the toilet (seriously, google it. youll find quite a few people willing to show it). since then, it’s no debate. Lid down, outright. Ended any and all seat arguments in my house.