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Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Explain

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Please, for the love of Satoshi, please please do not email me to explain.

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Saturday Morning Block Chain is a go. You can get coins by buying stuff from my store and imagining you're getting coins.

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kleer001
6 days ago
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Pssft. It's easy to explain, it just takes a while because it's got so many moving parts.
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francisga
6 days ago
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"Please invest in Saturday Morning BitCoin" LOL
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Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Oops

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Hey, at least they didn't open the portal in outer space.

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kleer001
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It would probably be shooting out at several times the speed of sound AND in a thousand years Earth would lose its magnetosphere.
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"löw" - M. Mo MO at a wallpaper-city party (HD)

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The song in "löw" from my album "min"
available over at my bandcamp

https://kleer001.bandcamp.com/album/min

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kleer001
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I made a thing
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Ye Gods

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Comic

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Hypochondria

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Hypochondria

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kleer001
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90% of shamanism in a nutshell
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seananmcguire: “If a society puts half its children into short skirts and warns them not to move in...

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“If a society puts half its children into short skirts and warns them not to move in ways that reveal their panties, while putting the other half into jeans and overalls and encouraging them to climb trees, play ball, and participate in other vigorous outdoor games; if later, during adolescence, the children who have been wearing trousers are urged to “eat like growing boys,” while the children in skirts are warned to watch their weight and not get fat; if the half in jeans runs around in sneakers or boots, while the half in skirts totters about on spike heels, then these two groups of people will be biologically as well as socially different. Their muscles will be different, as will their reflexes, posture, arms, legs and feet, hand-eye coordination, and so on. Similarly, people who spend eight hours a day in an office working at a typewriter or a visual display terminal will be biologically different from those who work on construction jobs. There is no way to sort the biological and social components that produce these differences. We cannot sort nature from nurture when we confront group differences in societies in which people from different races, classes, and sexes do not have equal access to resources and power, and therefore live in different environments. Sex-typed generalizations, such as that men are heavier, taller, or stronger than women, obscure the diversity among women and among men and the extensive overlaps between them… Most women and men fall within the same range of heights, weights, and strengths, three variables that depend a great deal on how we have grown up and live. We all know that first-generation Americans, on average, are taller than their immigrant parents and that men who do physical labor, on average, are stronger than male college professors. But we forget to look for the obvious reasons for differences when confronted with assertions like ‘Men are stronger than women.’ We should be asking: ‘Which men?’ and ‘What do they do?’ There may be biologically based average differences between women and men, but these are interwoven with a host of social differences from which we cannot disentangle them.”

Ruth Hubbard, “

The Political Nature of ‘Human Nature’


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I’ve reblogged this before and probably will again.

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kleer001
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Looks like a lot of ifs that can be answered by combining through data looking for natural experiments that cannot be ethically performed de novo.
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