Fondly regard creation.
Of course, in a dating context, it’s at least as important to know the answer to the Shadow Question: “What do you want?”
Star Control II did something very similar—as time went on, the world changed, and eventually one of the villains would start their omnicidal rampage.
But should stupid adults have no rights?
Bond’s article was mostly referring to fans of fiction and movies, but as someone who has spent time on fora related to both sports fandom and anime fandom, I can safely say they’re very similar. You see the same sort of memetics in both—sports message boards frequently fill up with people “quoting”(I don’t think this is the best word) the chants made in the stadium itself, much like you’ll often see anime-related boards fill up with people quoting famous lines from certain series. You see the same sort of provincialism in both—”If you’re a fan of X, you’re not allowed to be a fan of Y, and vice versa” is a common refrain in certain tvtropes pages about Fan Dumb, and that’s also pretty much the definition of a sports rivalry. And there’s also the internecine stuff, where you have endless debates over the worth of a player or the motivations of a character.
So yeah, I’d say fandom is universal.
You don’t, you use a decision model that incorporates bias.
It already is a socially accepted factoid. People are afraid of AI for no good reason. (As for Wolfram Alpha, it’s at about the same level as ALICE. I’m getting more and more convinced that Stephen Wolfram has lost it...)
Next time, you can use ^W ;)
To make it look more fair than it actually is.
I know that PUA is “pickup artist” but what is AFC?
Only if you have some sort of information about the unanswered prayers.
The assumption is that you’re in a two-choice vote, where there is no way to pull the rope sideways.
On the other hand, “lonely voices of reason” are unlikely to overrun a community of idiots the way idiots can overrun a more intelligent community.
The idea of a null hypothesis is non-Bayesian.
On the other hand, 4chan’s view of “fun” includes causing epileptic seizures in others.
You can force yourself to parse the sentence but I suspect that the part of your brain that you use to parse it is different from the one you use in normal reading and in fact closer to the part of the brain you use to solve a puzzle.
“Composition of my mind” is a bad phrase for it, but what I mean is that I have a collection of neurons that say “I’m a one-boxer” or similar.
Speaking of differential equations in economics, a friend of mine has had an idea that there should be an economics textbook for mathematicians, because it annoyed him so much that they seem to dance around mathematical concepts—for example, marginal anything is clearly a derivative, although normal econ textbooks never call it that.
I can choose through the composition of my mind to save 3 lives by wanting to refuse to take the money to save 2 lives. Or I can choose to save the two lives and thus not get 3 lives. Why the hell would I take both boxes?