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    [–] Piss terrorists. pennomi 6 points ago in AteTheOnion

    It's actually not a "both sides" thing so much as "human nature" but yes, politics tends to bring out the worst in people.

    [–] Piss terrorists. pennomi 10 points ago in AteTheOnion

    But it's still hypocritical. I don't see why we can't be the adults in the room. There are plenty of things we can say about Trump and his supporters that aren't stupid childish names.

    [–] Were all together, as one! pennomi 2 points ago in wholesomememes

    I totally agree with you!

    (And since I agreed, you'll be nice to me, right?)

    [–] Were all together, as one! pennomi 1 points ago in wholesomememes

    r/rimworld is full of truly charming people who talk to each other about how to commit war crimes

    [–] I don't like Blight. pennomi 1 points ago in RimWorld

    Nothing a few Molotovs won't fix.

    [–] A guide to religion, or lack thereof pennomi 1 points ago in coolguides

    Nothing except mathematics of course!

    [–] A guide to religion, or lack thereof pennomi 6 points ago in coolguides

    Technically yes, practically no. That's the silly thing about definitions.

    [–] Tesla Full Self Driving Car pennomi 1 points ago in Futurology

    They're bringing the customer network, liability insurance, writing the app, maintaining the servers, etc. If you want to take on all that by yourself, you could probably keep 100% of the money.

    [–] Tesla Full Self Driving Car pennomi 2 points ago in Futurology

    It's a vision for the future. He's not saying that it'll happen this year, but almost certainly something like that will happen on some cars in the future.

    [–] Tesla Full Self Driving Car pennomi 1 points ago in Futurology

    Humans manage, and the cars still have radar.

    [–] Tesla Full Self Driving Car pennomi 4 points ago in Futurology

    It's inevitable. Fully autonomous cars will be widely available in the next 10-20 years and they certainly will be used as taxi services. It's pointless to try to stop innovation in order to protect someone's job.

    It would be wise for Uber drivers and the like to begin preparing for that eventuality.

    [–] Tesla Full Self Driving Car pennomi 1 points ago in Futurology

    And lights also do improve the object recognition done by the car, of course.

    [–] Tesla Full Self Driving Car pennomi 19 points ago in Futurology

    I mean, it's hard, but nowhere near as hard as the other crap Tesla is pulling off.

    [–] Tesla Full Self Driving Car pennomi 2 points ago in Futurology

    Just use the controls from GTA V and everyone will be just fine.

    [–] Sen. Elizabeth Warren has announced an income based student loan debt relief policy. What are the pros and cons of this proposed policy? pennomi -1 points ago in NeutralPolitics

    Instead I'd propose that more online, independent study is the best way to cut costs for some types of education.

    For example, CS degrees aren't necessary to do your job well in the software industry. In fact, the best programmers I've ever worked with all dropped out of college.

    I suspect this could be applied to a lot more industries rather than just CS. It also doesn't apply to some industries, of course.

    [–] Swords ~ Clash of Destiny pennomi 3 points ago in comics

    The current theory on the discord is that this is how the barbarian Badlands/Worselands were created.

    [–] $1.6 billion in gold pennomi 62 points ago in interestingasfuck

    The US national debt is 22 trillion. Imagine seeing literally all the gold in the entire world and still not being able to pay off your debt.

    [–] French billionaires who gave $1B to rebuild the Notre-Dame are being criticized for not spending their money where it's needed the most. Where would a lump sum of $1B do the most good? pennomi 3 points ago in AskReddit

    That's true, but growing up as a teen in Montana there were a lot of myths floating around that are plain wrong:

    • You can't get pregnant your first time having sex
    • You can't get pregnant if he pulls out
    • You can't get pregnant if you have sex in a hot tub
    • Monitoring your cycle is good birth control (technically pretty effective when done rigorously but ultimately causes a lot of accidents)
    • Abstinance is the only effective birth control
    • etc

    These misconceptions tend to cause... well... conceptions.

    [–] French billionaires who gave $1B to rebuild the Notre-Dame are being criticized for not spending their money where it's needed the most. Where would a lump sum of $1B do the most good? pennomi 1 points ago in AskReddit

    At the end of the day though, price is the main driver of adoption. You make it cheaper than traditional meat and the public opinion will magically change. Sure there will be some people who insist on "real" meat, but it won't be long before popular usage declines significantly.