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1. Well, you wanted teams.

2. The article mentions Kitty Genovese, which automatically causes me to question the conclusions. After all the Kitty Genovese case is ubiquitously cited for a proposition of group helplessness, when in fact what occurred was nothing of the kind, with many people contacting the police and some even actively intervening. Only when the victim crawled away out of sight and sound of the apartment residents was the crime completed.

Yeah, but the people in the higher floor apartments were more content and happy with their willful blindness.

Hey! Apparently Robin Hanson finally read your ebook!

2. It's probably a good argument for not commenting on blogs, too. It feels lowly down here.

In evaluating the plunge and rebound in financial profits it is important to understand that much of the original plunge stemmed from one time write-offs. Actual operating earnings were much less volatile.

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If financial sector profits are doing so great, are they being made to pay back any of the bailout money?

Given that the Treasury's already turned a profit on the bank's share of TARP, yes.

#1 Chess Fraud

What I'd like to know is their coding scheme. How do you code for all possible moves by standing variously in a hall?

If I can tell you which square to move to (which doesn't take that many tables/positions at a table to cover all 64) and you're a chess master, the odds you can figure out which move I'm suggesting are pretty good, aren't they?

2. So would we expect taller people to be better people - more caring, more giving - that short people? Q. How's the view up there? A. More godly.

2. Four studies. Wow. I'm sold.

#2. I bet someone named Dennis would probably be more likely to be a dentist, no?

yMJz7l YMMD with that answer! TX

In evaluating the plunge and rebound in financial profits it is important to understand that much of the original plunge stemmed from one time write-offs. in fact operating earnings were much less volatile.

Did you also see quad copter ball juggling?

http://www.adafruit.com/blog/2011/03/29/quadrocopter-ball-juggling/

#2 - Just wondering if they accounted for the fact that when you travel up on an escalator you are less likely to anticipate what is going to be on the top, because you cant see what's ahead.

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