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    Quote Originally Posted by BarIII View Post
    WTH
    Your vocation here is in jeopardy. But you'll always have something the robots don't.
    "All my heroes are dead" - John Zorn

    "It's not selfish if you hate yourself"

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    Robots are the ultimate expression of objective socialism qua communism. If you prescribe to such social theory you should praise the rise of your robotic overlords.

    That said, my job is at 8.2% threat. Fuck you Robot Stalin!

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    Some interesting things:

    Google Spider: 0 results
    Traffic Controller: 0 results
    Police officer: 9.8%
    Judge/Magistrate: 40%


    Ha. Hahaha. Ha.

    Constitutional right to trial by jury of your peers, but no right to trial by a human.

    I have astoundingly mixed feelings about this.
    Every master plan has one overarching contingency that will be required for success: desenrascanço. In light of this, it is tempting to skip the planning phase and just make desenrascanço your master plan. I don't recommend this, but it has worked out for me in the past to an alarming degree. The problem is it keeps you too focused on the short term to ever improve your situation in the long.
    --Meditations on Uncertainty Vol ξ(x)

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    Quote Originally Posted by KOI View Post
    I have astoundingly mixed feelings about this.
    I'm totally stoked. This is happening.
    stupid pancakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itch View Post
    I'm totally stoked. This is happening.
    Noooooooooo! I want to vote for Dunkelzahn!
    Every master plan has one overarching contingency that will be required for success: desenrascanço. In light of this, it is tempting to skip the planning phase and just make desenrascanço your master plan. I don't recommend this, but it has worked out for me in the past to an alarming degree. The problem is it keeps you too focused on the short term to ever improve your situation in the long.
    --Meditations on Uncertainty Vol ξ(x)

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    Quote Originally Posted by KOI View Post
    Noooooooooo! I want to vote for Dunkelzahn!
    There's still plenty of time 'til 2057.
    stupid pancakes.

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    Biochemists and Biophysicists (closest to what I do)

    Not bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by itch View Post
    There's still plenty of time 'til 2057.
    It's the wait that gets me, y'know?
    Every master plan has one overarching contingency that will be required for success: desenrascanço. In light of this, it is tempting to skip the planning phase and just make desenrascanço your master plan. I don't recommend this, but it has worked out for me in the past to an alarming degree. The problem is it keeps you too focused on the short term to ever improve your situation in the long.
    --Meditations on Uncertainty Vol ξ(x)

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