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Commented on Based Intel

I’m rocking a Core i7 overclocked at 4.3 GHz.

Oct 02, 2014 at 12:01AM EDT

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Sep 30, 2014 at 05:58PM EDT

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Sep 26, 2014 at 04:40PM EDT

Commented on GamerGate

I saw this on Facebook. There is a feminist think-tank on Wikipedia policing the GamerGate article, and here you can see a mod’s response when someone complained about it. Looks like I will not be donating to Wikipedia this year!

Sep 23, 2014 at 04:20PM EDT

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Sep 23, 2014 at 03:30PM EDT

Commented on GamerGate

The great irony is that kotaku’s primary focus used to be Japanese pop culture, not just video games. There was more money to be made off of gaming articles though, so they eventually transitioned to just being a gaming site, and then they realized clickbaity social justice articles made more money than actual game news. Now, they seemingly have contempt for both gamers and Japanese stuff. It will not be long before they drop gaming news and simply become a full-time “cultural commentary” website for likeminded hipster douchebags.

Sep 22, 2014 at 11:09AM EDT

Commented on GamerGate

The gaming press knows they are in hot water. If things were the way they were a month ago, this week’s news feed would be full of headlines like “Brave feminist gets mansplained by Oculus co-founder and alleged misogynist John Carmack.”

Sep 22, 2014 at 04:54AM EDT

Commented on "I'm Not a Scientist"

You admit that there have been times in the past where the scientific community held a consensus on things that were incorrect, but then suggest that this is all in the past and something like that could never happen with a field as new and politicized as climate studies? Only a a few decades ago, the community’s consensus was that the earth was heading into a new ice age. Again, you are putting way too much faith in scientists to be morally superior to the rest of humanity when in reality they are just people. If your entire career is in studying the effects of global warming, it is not very good for your career if the actual data is showing that global temperatures have stopped getting hotter, and that is why when I see reports claiming that it’s just a fluke and that global warming is just taking a break so it can strike back with a vengeance, I take it with a grain of salt. And apparently I am not alone, because most polls show that the vast vast majority of the public do not consider climate change to be a high priority issue.

Sep 20, 2014 at 01:43PM EDT

Commented on She'd properly would have fall in love with... pppppffffffffffffffffffffffttttttt

Just don’t do it on NeoGAF itself-- it’s extremely hard to get an account approved there, and Malka is extremely ban-happy if you are not on the same page as him when it comes to personal beliefs. I have a NeoGAF account but I don’t use it because that whole community seems rancid to me, and it starts with the guy who runs it.

Sep 19, 2014 at 09:46PM EDT

Commented on rip 4chin

With those hashtags I want to believe this is satire.

Sep 19, 2014 at 09:32PM EDT

Commented on Based Mom on Leigh Alexander

Our contributions to GamerGate have been quiet, but all of you guys have been doing a great job of documenting EVERYTHING, and our based mods have been great in accomodating us. We are providing valuable resources to the people on the front lines, so keep up the good work.

Sep 19, 2014 at 08:25PM EDT

Commented on "I'm Not a Scientist"

And when there are experts who disagree with the other experts, which am I to believe? The ones who shout louder, or am I to use my supposed intellectually inferior judgment to pick which one to believe?

Sep 19, 2014 at 08:16PM EDT

Commented on "I'm Not a Scientist"

There are plenty of scientists who dispute the evidence of global warming. They do not get nearly as much media attention as the ones who support it though. You apparently do not know about them because the media does not like to talk about it, though. Believe it or not, the media does quite often pick a “winning side” on multi-faceted issues, and they quite often pick the wrong side. The scientists who dispute global warming are often dismissed as being part of the fringe or being political shills, because the people in support of global warming do not want the other side of the argument to be heard. That is not a conspiracy, that is just human nature.

Sep 19, 2014 at 07:36PM EDT

Commented on "I'm Not a Scientist"

There is plenty of evidence to cause people to be skeptical of things like global warming, GMOs and certain vaccines. The problem is that bringing it up is immediately brought up with cries of “tinfoil hat” and “you’re not a scientist so shut up.” The easiest way to silence dissent is to make the claim that anyone who suggests an alternative point of view is either crazy or not qualified to participate in the discussion.

Sep 19, 2014 at 05:59PM EDT

Commented on "I'm Not a Scientist"

So we have no choice but to accept the safety of GMOs and all vaccinations, even if there is a possibility that the people telling us they are safe have been bought off? Is someone immune to corruption just because they have a PhD?

Sep 19, 2014 at 04:54PM EDT

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Sep 19, 2014 at 04:22PM EDT

Commented on GamerGate

I welcome all voices to the table who are willing to have rational discussions. I do not like thunderf00t’s opinions about Christianity, and I have at best “mixed feelings” about Julian Assange, but I still welcome their contributions and support to the GamerGate discussion.

Sep 19, 2014 at 04:04PM EDT

Commented on "I'm Not a Scientist"

The problem is that scientists are humans and humans and humans can be corrupted. There were very obvious political incentives for certain people to push global warming, since it meant higher taxes and more government control for the people in power, and research funding influence for scientists who support them. It is very difficult for that to be separated from the supposed consensus of the scientific community on the topic, which is why by and large voters respond poorly to the calls of certain politicians to make it a priority issue. If scientists were morally superior to the average person, then perhaps you could make the argument that they should be able to make decisions for us, but they aren’t. Anywhere that humans are in charge, there needs to be checks and balances, though unfortunately the field of science is particularly contentious since there is a popular sentiment that scientists should only be accountable to other scientists.

Sep 19, 2014 at 03:31PM EDT

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