Wednesday assorted links

1. What should you infer from the cheapness of Costco Single Malt Scotch Whiskey?

2. “Adding to the already somewhat troubling nature of the launch, the event will simultaneously serve as the launch of Hughes’ California gubernatorial campaign…

3. “The Swiss town of Albinen, located in the scenic canton of Valais, wants to pay people 25,000 Swiss francs (£18,900) each to move there.”  Link here.

4. Rebecca Traister and Ross Douthat on the post-Weinstein moment, many of the best parts are toward the end don’t neglect to catch Ross on Andrea Dworkin.

5. Websites that record all of your keystrokes.  The list includes some famous companies.

6. How scalable are blockchains?

7. Geoffrey Manne has a very good WSJ-gated piece on why the AT&T antitrust lawsuit is not a good idea.  Here is a good Puzzanghera and James piece on the case.

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2. Not sure if this guy is really a flat earther or just scamming them for money to build a hobby rocket. Either way a fool and ones money soon part.

@#2 - reminds me of the Australian outback guy back about 20 years ago who wanted to crowdsource the funding of a homemade cruise missile (I tried to send him money). Got shut down by the AU government.

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1. That all forms of booze taste like crap and only nerds debate about whiskey and IPAs so just buy the cheap stuff

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"1. What should you infer from the cheapness of Costco Single Malt Scotch Whiskey?"

That the buggers were too mean to hire someone to tell them how to spell whisky.

Clearly you are not from Ireland ?

Court(e)sy Intern(e)t; no id(e)a if its accurat(e).

Whiskey/whisky mnemonics:
Here's a quick way to remember how some of the world's biggest producers spell their products:

Countries that have E's in their names (UnitEd StatEs and IrEland) tend to spell it whiskEy (plural whiskeys)
Countries without E's in their names (Canada, Scotland, and Japan) spell it whisky (plural whiskies)

Scotch whisky should be spelt without the 'e'. Even if the person writing it is from Ireland.

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#1 - they have, I saw the other day, an artificial way to quickly age whisk(e)y so it tastes old. Still experimental.

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4. "Rebecca Traister: Honest to God, what is WRONG with people?

Ross Douthat: Mostly testosterone, apparently."

I'm thinking, Tyler's gonna love this interview.(Not to imply the point isn't essentially true.)

The Ottomans went with eunuchs.

Can’t we just go with non closeted gay women?

I can’t recall a single instance of non closeted gay women causing sexual harassment lawsuits or complaints.

Send in the lesbians? Maybe the entire federal government ? Or would that change the calculus and create more harassment...

I guess you could write a federal employment law where women have their own chain. Women have women bosses, only. Segregate the entire profession.

A very modest proposal, Potato...

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Enforced castration of election winners might reduce primary fields.

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When I was at Yale (and that was a long time ago), they had to shut down the women's steam room for a while, due to aggressive lesbian cruising and propositioning.

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Yeah, right. Hahahahaaaaaahaha.

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They steam women at Yale? I always knew those Ivy Leaguers were different ...

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Domestic violence is known to occur in lesbian relationships at a higher rate than among heterosexuals, though I think this is more a reflection of SJW "hurt feelings are violence" culture than anything else.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domestic_violence_in_lesbian_relationships

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I think the question of how we choose our paragons is serious, and a bizarre think to clip, even if it did receive bad answers.

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If it's testosterone , why all the guys in the pic choose intellectual jobs? Where are the soldiers, fighters, and sports people?

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1. I reside in a three tier state (distiller, distributor, and retailer), so you won't find Total Wine or other stores that can avoid the middle tier. The middle tier had its origin following prohibition, the distributor somehow avoiding bootleggers. Today, the middle tier is continued through large campaign donations (probably of whiskey as well as money) to politicians. For others who are unfortunate enough to reside in a three tier state, they share my pain not only for higher prices for spirits but the inability to buy wine direct. I'm with Tabarrok on this one: this is a regulation that needs to be repealed.

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Really enjoyed #4. Both Douthat and Traister have serious ideological axes to grind, so to speak - but ones where its not simply partisanship per se. I really liked the red team blue team aspect of it.

It's interesting because of the essential parity of the two sides on this topic. Both sides are guilty of ditching principals over principles. And both sides are justifying it by claiming they can't let the other side win.

A bad day to pretend "both sides" as nothing in history, from either party, corresponds to Trump's endorsement of Moore.

I’m unconvinced by the resort to special pleading here—major figures from both sides have endorsed/supported/affiliated with/accepted endorsement and support from coveniently powerful people devoid of sexual ethics. Any attempt to say “this time it’s so much worse that prior times are irrelevant to moral calculus” is the exact sort of sentiment that sustains and justifies the status quo that if it matters enough to your tribal affiliation, you WILL indulge in utter hypocrisy—whether that hypocrisy is in defending or ignoring your tribe’s offenders.

No: the only honest first step is to admit that the corruption has to be fought with bipartisan alliances that don’t attempt to excuse or compare behavior in the hope of scoring points. Anything less is just as corrupt.

2016 called and wants its election back.

False equivalence is a tool to reduce discretion, and in the end, weaken judgement.

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I'm sorry. Was there a "good for women" candidate" in 2016 and I missed something?

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"nothing in history, from either party, corresponds to Trump’s endorsement of Moore"

History did not begin yesterday.

Well, we are seeing an interesting split among Republicans. Among Democrats not so much:

Would you still consider voting for a candidate accused of sexual harassment by multiple women? (via new @QuinnipiacPoll)

Democrats
Yes 12%
No 81%

Republicans
Yes 43%
No 41%

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Also Franken will be re-elected so you can stop imagining this pill means anything

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The poll might be a bit situational, but I don't think you are really grasping what it means.

Yes, both parties have embarrassments, but ONE party has flipped to support the embarrassments publicly, as their stated policy.

Not two. One.

How did the Religious Right and the Values Voters sink so low?

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No but some things do end in history. For example, there was once an active intellectual movement around defending monarchy. Now you may find some eccentric intellectuals making the case for monarchy but gone. That are still kings here and there. They hold on without really bothering to justify the whole thing...kind of like people smoking outside of office buildings.

When Trump was elected, a reasonable observer might have thought that some sort of argument would be made. Maybe something against 'political correctness', a right-wing flavored type of libertine style of cultural conservatism... I'm reminded of the woman at the Trump rally who wore a shirt saying "Trump can grab my P..." This idea would be an argument along the lines of 'men will be men but strong women are ok". Think of Ayn Rand novels where men may borderline rape women but it's ok because women are really keen on what they want (well the ones Rand approved of).

Yea that's gone, this is the end of the Trump Presidency. On a cultural level Trump clearly has nothing to tell us, no argument or position to make. We are left with tweets about Al Franklin and comments that maybe it's ok to elect a child molester if it ensures being 'tough on crime' (whatever that means) and a vote for his stupid tax cut. Culturally we've seen a progressive revolution that happened in the blink of an eye, and to be fair if Clinton was president it probably would have been more difficult to happen. What has happened is the Republican side has line up on the wrong side of this.

Only republicans insist on buying cabins on massive ships *after* they hit the iceberg.

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Nope.

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"nothing in history, from either party, corresponds to Trump’s endorsement of Moore."

So Clinton the rapist is completely down the memory hole.

The only thing said about Clinton and rape *before* any actual election was a statement made under oath by Broaddrick, under penalty of perjury, that Bill Clinton did NOT rape her or do anything at all with her. What is happening now would be essentially like the Democratic Party deciding to nominate Bill Clinton for President in 2020 and Democrats not being hesitant but in fact doubling their support.

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Cry! Cry! Cry! Cry!

While we are all in a political purgatory, with Trump's endorsement of Moore, I hope at least we bottom out.

By now we all know what we have to endure until we do get responsible leaders in place.

Seriously, #Meg2020 if you want to redeem the Republican Party.

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But does it necessitate this showing and hackling, the middle tier needs a fisa grant to continue and combat infant mortality.

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4. Okay, a serial murderer is caught, so now it's time to catch and punish all those jay-walkers? Americans have greater access to information than anyone, anywhere, yet they seem to prefer ignorance. Has anyone not noticed that sex sells, from the pretty young blondes in short skirts on Fox to the naked or half-naked young women in movies and on television. I'm shocked, shocked I'm telling you, that boys will be bad boys in an environment soaked in sex.

A rare good rayward comment. Douthat understands that gender egalitarianism and "sexual liberation" are in many ways logically at odds. But he fails to understand that while these are logically opposed, they are in practice not opposed, both originate from the same source and both serve the same goal. Roissy put it best, the goal of feminism is "to remove all restraint on female sexuality while maximally restricting male sexuality." But you don't get to write for the NYT by saying that. Thus his argument comes down to essentially "Andrea Dworkin was right." Controlled opposition indeed.

Who is that Roissy you're mentioning?

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Maximal freedom for women and maximal restraint for men may be the goal of some feminists, and in today's polarized climate it will no doubt remain the favored description of feminism for the political opponents of feminism. There is some leap in describing sex-positivity as maximal restraint on men though surely.

Douthat was a right stick-in-the-mud, arguing that a slippery slope leads inevitably from sexual liberation to sexual predation. Is it too utopian to hope for a day when our culture celebrates consensual romantic relationships but also encourages people to act with kindness and empathy for others?

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Is grabbing someone's ass jay walking? Or is jay walking using a private email server?

I sure don't consider grabbing a woman's ass a minor thing. If Al Franken did that to my wife, I'd bash his face in. I guess I wouldn't bother with H.W. Bush at this point. If Rayward or anyone else thinks that's jay-walking, I assume they behave like Frankenbushes.

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Ask Douthat in your upcoming conversation about the Marquis de Sade and what a conservative like Douthat can learn from Sade's study and view of human nature. Any lessons for Christian conservatives there?

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Especially in light of above linked conversation involving Douthat where they briefly talk about power being an integral part of sex or vice versa, the Marquis de Sade would be interesting to touch on.

Good point, but I disagree because I think this is not what de Sade is about. He's about taking the Enlightenment to its extreme conclusion: there is no God, there are only (rampant) desires, and morality doesn't matter to a minority of people. (Perhaps biologically morality cannot matter to psychopaths.)

Or, de Sade is about a world where morality simply doesn't exist or is so attenuated that someone can do anything they wish.

Remember, de Sade is not about (mere) swinging or bondage. It is about complete moral freedom to kill, mutilate and rape without compunction.

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5. Anywhere that uses predictive typing functionality (autocomplete for google web searches, for example) has the ability to record all key strokes. Not using javascript pretty much ensures that what you type in a text box remains unrecorded until posted. Strangely, the linked article did not mention this company - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2525227/Facebook-tracks-type-DONT-post-update-comment.html

Then there is this - https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/science-technology/603524/Windows-10-Microsoft-Key-Logger-Record-Privacy

The article you linked says this "To be clear, Facebook can’t track the exact keys pressed, and it doesn’t monitor keystrokes. This means the code doesn’t reveal what is being typed."

Moreover, this was part of an experiment; there is no assertion that even the count of keystrokes is universally logged (and having some familiarity with this I do not believe it is).

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Can someone tell me why I should care if websites log my keystrokes on their sites? What danger is not occurring to me?

Well, why not post your credit card info here - as the article points out, these are third party companies, who are at least as trustable as Progf. Cowen's loyal readers when it comes to keeping your information private, right?

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Keystroke logging and storing in third party servers is not the end of the world.

btw, isn't Yandex keylogging service mentioned in the article closely aligned with Russian govt? Probably nothing to be concerned about though.

There are indeed various misunderstandings, myths, and other wrong facts about Lisk being circulated around.

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I say At&T must be broken up.

AT&T does not need to be broken up, only tamed- like the child-eating lions which roam the streets of Brazil.

There are no lions roaming Brazil's streets except in the imaginations of vicious liars! All incidents with lions happened at circus or other establishments duly allowed to house, feed and employ lions. Even then, they were not able to eat the childre, only hurt or kill them: they were neutralized by police snipers much before they could eat the children. Lions can not be tamed, only contained or desteoyed. Brazil's containment policies are worki g pretty well. One is much more likely to be killed by a terrorist or a cop in the United States than to be eaten by a lion in Brazil.

"One is much more likely to be killed by a terrorist or a cop in the United States than to be eaten by a lion in Brazil."

So that is what Brazil has become? The land of weak lions! Clearly American lions would eat child eating Brazilian lions. Because American Lions are apex predators and Brazilian lions are scavengers.

No, it is not true. It is America's bad cops and terorrists who are particularly evil. Brazil's policies of lion containment work pretty well, and lions are neutrlized by the snipers as soon as they cross the line. Our system works. Our lions are under control while the American system is ouf of control, breeds alienation and is a breeding ground for corruption, disaffection and terrorism.

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"It is America’s bad cops and terorrists who are particularly evil."

So this is what Brazil has become? A land where the people are afraid to admit bad cops and terrorists are evil? Americans don't cower in fear at proclaiming that bad cops and terrorist are evil men. Why can't Brazilians? Are all of the good Brazilian cops too busy killing lions with sniper rifles? And what of the jaguars? Who is watching them?

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I love this so much.

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"A land where the people are afraid to admit bad cops and terrorists are evil? Americans don’t cower in fear at proclaiming that bad cops and terrorist are evil men. Why can’t Brazilians?"

Bad cops and terorrism are almost unheard of in Brazil. As a former Brazilian president put it, Brazil is an island of peace in the stormy ocean the world has become.

"Are all of the good Brazilian cops too busy killing lions with sniper rifles? And what of the jaguars? Who is watching them?"

Shooting lions takes an infinitesimal part of the time of our cops. They use the bulk of their time investigaring, patrolling, serving and protecting the Brazilian people. Jaguar action is basically a non-issue, their attacks are too rare and are deftly handed by the florestal guard. They are more influent as a symbol of our forefathers' greatness than as a threatening predator. We, Brazilians, are the land's apex predator, we are the unchallenged masters of an area bigger than the Roman Empire at its height. In the future, people will mention Emperor Pedro II of Brasil, President Deodoro and President Temer at the same breath they mention Julius Caesar, Trajan, Hadrian, Marcus Aurelius... Those who are about to die salute us.

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We don't need American lions: American children would eat Brazilian lions!

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No, they wouldn't! Brazilian establishments only import the best African lions and breed them carefully to yield the best results. Brazilian lions are fierce, bloodthirsty and restless. They are unreachable Platonic ideals of lions.

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"They are unreachable Platonic ideals of lions."

LOL, Thread Winner!

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That's the point! Brazilian lion meat is the best meat, the most nutritious, and cleansing to the soul! I hear even the Vatican recommends the eating of Brazilian lion meat to prepare oneself for heaven. Cross the border into Uruguay, and the sacrament fails. No, the meat can only be Brazilian, where it can bathe in the holy radiation of the Mato Grosso All-Seeing Chiasm (although I really shouldn't talk about that, blessed be its hectocotyli).

Greedy American children cannot resist the succulent perfection that is Brazilian lion meat, even though they are undeserving and must be sent to the [DATA EXPUNGED] for reprocessing afterward.

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"That’s the point! Brazilian lion meat is the best meat, the most nutritious, and cleansing to the soul!"

As nutritious as it is, it is out of reach because foreigners can not defeat Brazilian lions, and Brazilian authorities are too honest to ever dare traficking our lions. Hunting is ilegal in Brazil. Savage animals are only for scientific research and entertainment. Cattle suffices for food. Brazil has the biggest protein producer company the world has ever seen. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/JBS_S.A. There has never existed something like that.

"I hear even the Vatican recommends the eating of Brazilian lion meat to prepare oneself for heaven. Cross the border into Uruguay, and the sacrament fails. No, the meat can only be Brazilian, where it can bathe in the holy radiation of the Mato Grosso All-Seeing Chiasm (although I really shouldn’t talk about that, blessed be its hectocotyli)."

It is not true. If "not that which goeth into the mouth defileth a man; but that which cometh out of the mouth, this defileth a man", then not that which goeth into the mouth cleaneth a man (or child or woman); but that which cometh out of the mouth, this cleaneth a man (or child or woman).

Brazilian lions are not magical, they are simply the pinnacle of a careful, selective process of breeding and raising animals with the most modern scientific technique foe the purposes of the state. The state is the health of the animals.

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#1. That Costco is not an island either in the Orkney and Shetland chain or in the Outer or Inner Hebrides.

Rockall!

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Bought the Kirkland 25 year old single malt for $90. It was smooth but uninteresting. My brother-in-law brought back a bottle of Balvainie 21 year old single malt from England that cost about $200. It was Jackie Gleason WOW!.

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1. The straight forward guess would be a whiskey glut, but it may only be an excess of old stock that "does not blend" for a brand's purposes.

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4. More proof, though none is needed, that the Puritan attitudes of 4 centuries ago continue to permeate American thinking. American males can beat each other to a bloody pulp or use a pistol to make sieves of their enemies but that sort of behavior is simple unremarkable criminality while anything with even minimal sexual overtones requires a national grievance celebration. Americans are crazy.

+1

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6. How scalable are blockchains?

The block chain guarantees that all double spends have been eliminated but making no guarantee that they were not tried. The implied computability problem is the sorting out of multiple spends to agree on one.

One has to provide trust against double spending, one way or the other. We have technology to provide trust, in incremental amounts. Pay the cost of trust as necessary to ccale to the problem.

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Good News. The lions miss Thiago and are moving to Ohio to be with him. Sorta sucks for kids in Ohio but it is vibrant and diverse.

I have never lived in Ohio. I doubt there are good lions - or anything else - in Ohio.

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3. The word "scenic" seems redundant. Is there a visually uninteresting canton in all of Switzerland?

Basel-Landschaft?

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The northern part of Switzerland isn't particularly spectacular. As IVV mentioned Basel and the surrounding area is nothing special visually.

This is one particularly non-scenic shot of Basel Land:
https://hiveminer.com/Tags/gempen%2Csunset

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1. Bourbon whiskey, even the cheap stuff, is way better.

2. Future Darwin Award recipient?

4. No mention of the Original Sin or Eve? We are, after all, culpable in the Fall of Man. Adam couldn't admit his weakness and Eve was his crutch. The story remains the same.

5. With the overturn of net neutrality rules, will the poor be mined for data while the more affluent can afford privacy? Or will they continue to violate everyone's privacy?

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#7 - the AT&T lawsuit - the most significant (economically speaking) link and no comments. So typical of you people. No money, no business sense, no nothing. Does the Haber–Bosch process mean anything to you? Nope. Does the difference between vertical and horizontal integration? Nope. Does the Caro-Kann even ring a bell? Nope. Sigh. But I'm not mad. If it wasn't for you, dear dumb reader, there would be no successful me. That's why whether P ≠ NP is so important. If true, then me and my kind have a future. If not, then there's no difference between me and that dumb YouTuber who knows nothing.

Ray, thanks for posting. If I remember a certain way, I could say I used to pal around with Judge Greene (the ATT breakup district court judge) back in the day, lots of the shrubbery around his courthouse still has the exact same level of dust it had then .... well, very few people know the depths of dust and mediocrity the area around the federal courthouses in DC had in the 90s. I remember. That little statute on the edge of the plaza, of Einstein playing chess with some other old guy, bless their hearts - bleach, blech! - although there was a good copper plated Diana just up the hill, in the middle of a circular fountain basin (Occoquan River white sandstone/gray granite for the basin , but second rate - actually, way below average-early-Roman level of functionality as to the actual fountain. Algae most of the year, and not on purpose. Still - Diana the Huntress on a judicial hill in one of the few countries that used to have an honest judiciary .... the heart does not wander so much, after that .... Anyway, after he heard an afternoon of testimony from the anti-trust telecom grinders, and of course from the anti-anti-trust grinders, ibid, we would play lightning chess. Caro-Kann indeed! Like you (and like Caro, although not Kann, although I don't claim to have played either one of them - I'm just guessing here), he was rather too pleased with himself. Occupational hazard for law school graduates and former judicial clerks. He appreciated the lessons I gave: I never let him win but I always pointed out his better moves. He never once had a good move after, say, the tenth move. Maybe the eleventh. You understand the pattern - the later one gets in a chess game, the more limited the possibilities, and the more the pieces spread out before one correspond to a problem tailored to our understanding. Harder to fake it late in the game, at that more human level of complication. Harder to get lucky late in the game without the skills. Stay away from NP, my friend - even if you get close, nobody will believe you are all that different from the amusing but ultimately dull crankcase Riemann zeta function solvers, and, horribile dictu, maybe not all that different from the 'squaring the circle' imposters of , respectively, yesteryear (peak year for the Riemann imposters was probably somewhere in the 1990s) and whatever year was before yesteryear (I'm guessing early 50s for the squaring the circle crackpots, with a long buildup form previous decades and centuries).

Bell, not ATT - how could I get that wrong! (Bell is a distant relative, and ATT is not even a name!)

On the Bell side, not the Graham side. I still have a soft spot in my heart for Methodists (Matthew Henry, in particular, when he is not being too denominational).

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I recall the air was aloof and rare and not in a foolish kind of way but the way people are aloof with confidence, perhaps it was a bit diffident, a while indignant, for certain incredulous, and yet somehow still sweet torn and fine. As if not nice, never had been nice, or steely put on or steely put out, the way some fires are left in the east.

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@anonymous as usual (anon unusual) - what is your Elo rating?

I am not a good player. Given an initial rating of 1200 I would likely be below 1000 after a dozen games. I am a natural at contract bridge, though. I have never played chess with a district court judge, that was allegorical; as for bridge, that is another story. Still, I couldn't make a living at it (bridge), probably couldn't even make minimum wage at it.

Good chess players with a high volubility quotient can, by the way, easily transfer into the higher ranks of bridge players in less than a year. The story of how Goren, the syndicated columnist and champion card player, a gifted wordsmith, got so good so quickly (but begin from the beginning - start over: ignore anything you thought you earlier knew about bridge) is instructive.

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Some humble advice if you take up bridge - there are only about two or three worthwhile teachers (if you want to be really really good) in each European country. Also, lest you think I hoodwinked you w/r/t chess, I did use to be something like grandmaster level at something like antitrust law, and could easily go on for hours and hours about the merits and deficits of the elderly scholars from back in the day, people like the Pitofskys, the Borks, the Judge Greens. Or maybe I just wanted to give a shout out to Matthew Henry, whose easily googled quotes are Carlenesque (I know that, but you probably didn't).

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Matthew Henry is good, but if the competition is classified as "understanding as best as one can this extensive subtle world we live in", Francis de Sales and Saint Therese are better. Ymmv, of course. Their quotes are as good in English as in the original French, in my humble opinion.

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There was a good segment on CNBC a couple of days ago about the merger and how the justice department looks at vertical mergers in media. Very even handed. The justice department has a case here. Given this, and the (understandable?) reluctance on the part of AT&T to deal with justice, means that this deal will not go through.

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#1 might be the most important economically, Ray.

It is really about the slow death of brands.

Perhaps, or the slow death of single malt whiskey.

Bonus trivia: always get a mix of red wines, rather than a single variety of grape, and pump air into your drink, it makes it more drinkable. Malt btw is fermented barley that has sprouted (from memory).

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When did the Telegraph became so bad?

Switzerland is not part of EU28.

25K CHF? That's 12.5% of the price of the home that needs to be bought to get the subsidy.

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