Not necessarily profiles, but intuitively I would expect a man’s choice of words to form a pretty significant portion of how he’s perceived by women. Surely you would agree that what happens during texting is nontrivial, right?
How do you know that long form profiles suggest weakness?
It’s not about being “correct”. It’s just that if it’s really wide, it might not even be worth it.
Is there a good way to buy calls without paying too much spread?
I really enjoy these nice little slice of life posts.
I don’t see your reddit post. Link?
A similar concept has been proposed on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Delegable_proxy
PDF download link.
The long-run own-price elasticities for wheat and rice are 0.372 and 0.047, respectively. The short-run own-price elasticities for corn and soybeans are 0.100 and 0.213, respectively, compared to wheat (0.035) and rice (0.001).
I’ve also noticed people doing this. I would have expected rats to be better about it though. Shame.
Nested footnotes reminds me of an xkcd comic.
What’s your portfolio, and how can you so confidently beat both the market and bitcoin?
“It’s one thing to think there’s two sides to this, but how tone deaf do you have to be to call it ‘totally wrong’?”That’s just how politicians talk, isn’t it?
Is there a way to get all LW posts in my inbox? That’s what I currently use Blogtrottr for, but I thought LessWrong only offered that for curated posts.
The main thing I care about, as a reader, is getting the full text of your posts in my email inbox. It seems WordPress and Substack both offer that functionality, but LessWrong doesn’t, for some reason.
There’s also NTSX (90/60 exposure).
For the VIX, there’s VIXY.
Oh, I meant through a brokerage. Simply both trading the same strike and expiration so as to avoid paying the spread to the market maker.
I’m not familiar with Australia, but I’d be willing to sell you a put.
My ride flaked on me, so I can’t make it. I’d like to go to the next one though. When will that be?
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Oops, I made the same mistake. I didn’t realize there was a separate option for adding comments instead of answers.