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As many who frequent SC are aware, I have my own formulation and use of the Golden Rule. Basically, it works as follows:
This diary documents the conventions which comprise the GoRight Style Guide for the English language. This style guide is being developed using a differential approach to documenting specific style elements. In other words, this guide only seeks to document those elements which make the GoRight style unique.
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Some pictures of Elliot at 2-3 months old. I blame him for my light posting recently =)
Promoted by Brendan (and timestamp changed) -- everyone get in on the fun!
There has been some interest in starting a stock market challenge over at Marketwatch . Of course, everyone who is interested in playing is welcome to join.
We do need to set some rules:
Starting cash amount [$100,000]:
Public portfolios [y]:
Portfolio resets [n]:
Private protection has a strong and under appreciated place in our society says Sheldon Richman
This is Richman reflecting on a speech by Jeffrey Rogers Hummel:
In making the case for private nonstate protection, he pointed that we already are protected to some extent from government invasion by private organizations. How so?
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Ian Ayers suggests that you "make it interesting " as they say in certain circles.
Ian wanted to lose 20 pounds and keep the weight off so he entered into a promise contract with a colleague at Yale. Ian put up $500 each week and pledged to lose a pound a week until he reached his goal. If he failed to reach the goal for the week, then his colleague could send the money out to a charity of his choice.
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Without a doubt, one of the most fascinating and disheartening chapters in The Logic of Life is chapter 6 on "Rational Racism".
A test was done at the University of VA. Students signed up and were paid to be part of the experiment, which was done via a faceless web based interface. They were divided in two groups. Employers and Employees. The employees were randomly assigned colors: Green or Purple. The experiment was done in 3 phases.
A recent discussion about limited resources and economic growth and their relationship as it affects our sustainability got me thinking about a book I just finished last week: The Logic of Life by Tim Harford .
(promoted by Ender) OK, take a breath Swords Crossed. Back in August of last year, we put up a set of ten questions that we'd revisit after the first major primaries ended. With Florida pending for the Republicans and the Democrats poised for a Super Tuesday Blitz, the results look to be fairly surprising. So how'd we do? Let's see how far we've come...
Here are the questions, with some of the selected answers that were dead on, way off, and even the absurd :-) I've only selected a few; you guys can click through to the original if you want...
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