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A portable set of hand-grip exercise device. These were a must-have for any self-respecting athletic person in the 80s. They could hang from a key-chain to avoid taking away precious fanny-pack space.
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The "riddle" is in how simple it is to forget how things work and be tricked by the wording of the problem.

I can't figure out why, but first instinct seems to be to take 1/2 of 100 and say that's the age of the younger brother. That's not the case. The younger brother is only 2 years younger than the older. Always.
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The end of the article, which I think is Miss C's opinion, is right, there is no consciousness at all; just clever programing.

As the steps are explained the program doesn't check by attempting to make sounds and then assessing whether sounds were made or not.

It just checks to see if the robot knows (which they can't know) so then they must report "I don't know" and it is only after that assessment and report happen that the program re-checks (now with more information) and it turns out it does know.

The other 2 robots are stuck in a loop, they check and don't know; They report but gain no additional information; They check and they don't know; They report but gain no additional... you get it.. (keep in mind to the robot the report happens regardless of the connection to the speakers. The signal comes out anyway.

I think they are attempting to program responses similar to consciousness. I think eventually by this process we'll get robots closer and closer to something resembling ours. Then again who says our consciousness is the most effective? maybe robots will have something more efficient, better.
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Hold your horses!
I heard this before somewhere...
I think it goes like this:
John and Jill went up the hill
To fetch a pail of water.
John fell down and broke his crown,
And Jill came tumbling after.
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and those are the people making and enacting the laws that govern us.

I hope they never find out the internet is a series of tubes, they might think you can snort drugs with those tubes. Massive amounts of drugs that will clog other people's internets
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On the other hand, when Robert Downey Jr. or a female in an equivalent position get off a plane they probably have no reason to feel as exhausted or crabby.
Notice he is not carrying any luggage, he had all the legroom he wanted and the champagne was probably not all that bad either. He also doesn't worry about the hotel or the state of it's pipes.

I agree though, if he wasn't in South Korea to promote something... I would expect my personal space and time respected.
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agreed... it's clear to me those considering those words are computer illiterate at least if not inept and/or illiterate in general... Anyone wanna "conversate" about this? UGHHH!
If any of those get approved then they should also approve the following:
- Compliterate: computer literate
- Compilliterate: Computer illiterate
- Fumazing: Fun and amazing
- Colorcoded: Something coded with color
- Ikandoodisderp: The act of taking over something others created, and ruining it due to incompetence, idiocy, or ineptitude.

.... what I'm trying to say is that those are contractions, concatenations and truncations of sorts... there is no sense of making a word out of words that already exist.. that's why they exist.
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Presidents, Senators and House Reps. need to be scientists, like Franklin, or Jefferson, or Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Unlike Clinton, Bush, Obama or Johnny Cash.

Government officials need to hold degrees in Agriculture, or Chemistry, or Physics, or Mathematics or Medicine or Economics (philosophy might be acceptable too)
Not on Law or Political-Science.
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