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Cooper Fleishman 14 Mar 18
Replying to @_Cooper
Hawking also thought The Big Bang Theory was funny, so.
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Cooper Fleishman 14 Mar 18
Replying to @_Cooper
A math professor writes with some ~cosmic~ Hawking trivia: 1. Hawking was born on the 300th anniversary of Galileo’s death and died on Einstein’s birthday 2. Even with ALS, Hawking and Einstein lived to the same age (76) and SH even outlived AE by a month
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Cooper Fleishman 14 Mar 18
Replying to @_Cooper
While we’re at it, here’s the Trump subreddit /r/The_Donald talking about Hawking today: “yeah he was good for space, but was a cuck, calling us all types of names”
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PJ Andrews 14 Mar 18
Replying to @_Cooper
Love the "wahhh, he didn't validate our unprovable beliefs in supernatural sky daddies!!"
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Lizzie 14 Mar 18
Replying to @_Cooper
And who’s going to be inventing the machines if there is no incentive to do so? Most people work HARD in order to get RICH, not to sit around and wait for government vouchers
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tenshi 14 Mar 18
Replying to @LizzieLuxe @_Cooper
Pfft no they don’t, most rich people are rich because they were born into money
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Mech 14 Mar 18
Or got rich by "legally" stealing other people's money.
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Kevin Reavy 14 Mar 18
Replying to @_Cooper @kaehvogel
Right, except everyone’s got iPhone 7s and multiple flat screen tvs
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Charlie Baker 14 Mar 18
Replying to @76pack
I'd rather have good health care, hbu?
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Kevin Reavy 14 Mar 18
Replying to @CharlesABaker
You don’t make that choice though, do you? You have amenities you don’t need, and claim you can’t afford healthcare. Life is hard, figure it out.
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Charlie Baker 14 Mar 18
Replying to @76pack
So, your argument is "sell your smartphone and buy 1 healthcare instead, idiot" You economic genius, you. So I've paid for one month of health insurance and now I have no phone. What's the next step of this devious plan?
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Kevin Reavy 14 Mar 18
Replying to @CharlesABaker
I’m curious. Why can’t you afford health insurance? Let’s figure this out
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Charlie Baker 14 Mar 18
Replying to @76pack
It's not a question of prioritizing. My health insurance costs about 600 bucks a month. A flat screen tv is like half that. I could sell every single object i own and it would basically have no impact on my ability to afford health care or not
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Kevin Reavy 14 Mar 18
Replying to @CharlesABaker
Oh and I’d argue otherwise. If you sell your possessions, id argue your focus would be more finely tuned toward better affording healthcare. Zero distractions= greater focus= higher earnings.
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Patrick 14 Mar 18
Replying to @76pack @CharlesABaker
so in order to afford healthcare, people should give up everything that isn't directly related to earning money? Are they not allowed to relax and enjoy themselves once in a while?
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minds.com/adamjsims Adam Sims 14 Mar 18
Replying to @_Cooper @Liebach
Reward for productive output is relative. Automation will consolidate power, change the type of work we do & increase the baseline of productive output, But we will still have,to work as hard if not harder than we do now to remain competitive against our human peers.
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roy 14 Mar 18
why are you taking "competition" as your basic axiom to base everything else on
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minds.com/adamjsims Adam Sims 14 Mar 18
Because it's a fundamental law of living organisms. Broken down further, competition is reduced to the management of entropy.
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roy 15 Mar 18
competition is an observation, taking it as a normative law is stupid as hell (and competition in the simplistic way you're applying it is a lot less fundamental than you make it out to be)
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