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  1. Sep 2023
    1. that's that is the Dirty Little Secret 00:12:08 of where we're at right now with Americans at each other's throats politically it's being created caused on purpose by the Chinese and the Russians who are manipulating people 00:12:22 through um use of phony websites and other disinformation campaigns being run which is a type of warfare that's being run 00:12:34 against the American people and they're falling for it
      • for: example, example - internet flaws, polarization, disinformation,, example - polarization, political interference - Russia, political interference - China
      • example: polarization, internet flaws
  2. Aug 2023
    1. these kinds of issues are systemic and intrinsic and maybe even foundational to intentional communities.
      • for: intentional community, intentional communities, intentional communities - failure
      • claim
        • intentional communities have a fatal flaw, an intrinsic Achilles Heel
  3. Jul 2023
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  5. Apr 2022
    1. These callbacks are focused on the transactions, instead of specific model actions.

      At least I think this is talking about this as limitation/problem.

      The limitation/problem being that it's not good/useful for performing after-transaction code only for specific actions.

      But the next sentence "This is beneficial..." seems contradictory, so I'm a bit confused/unclear of what the intention is...

      Looking at this project more, it doesn't appear to solve the "after-transaction code only for specific actions" problem like I initially thought it did (and like https://github.com/grosser/ar_after_transaction does), so I believe I was mistaken. Still not sure what is meant by "instead of specific model actions". Are they claiming that "before_commit_on_create" for example is a "specific model action"? (hardly!) That seems almost identical to the (not specific enough) callbacks provided natively by Rails. Oh yeah, I guess they do point out that Rails 3 adds this functionality, so this gem is only needed for Rails 2.

  6. Jan 2022
    1. Mabry says if you own a Hyundia or Kia, you better add extra security so you don't become the next target.

      Apparently, there is an issue with key fob security on 2020 Kia Sportage and Hyundai models.

      Also, Columbus Police and 10TV don't know how to spell Hyundai or use spell check.

  7. Dec 2021
    1. Dissent by Justince Kennedy

      Opinions are partially correct they are actually: Opinion of the court: Brennan Concurring: Kenny Dissenting: Rehnquist, Stevens

    2. may always prohibit the expression of an idea whenever society finds the idea itself offensive or disagreeable

      I cant find the exact part where it specifies always being able to prohibit expression when its offensive or disagreeable. but I definitely think this is wrong

    3. spoken or written word.

      AND non verbal conduct. Not sure if this counts as a flaw. Its missing a part.

    4. the Court could also decide that the state doesn't have a legitimate interest in the question of flag desecration

      I believe this is incorrect: I think this is the correct reasoning regarding legitimate interest in the question of flag desecration "we do not doubt that the government has a legitimate interest in making efforts to "preserv[e] the national flag as an unalloyed symbol of our country."

    5. Second Amendment freedom of expression?

      it should be regarding the first amendment not second!

    6. painted an American flag on his bare chest, but painted it upside down.

      this didn't happen. in front of Dallas city hall Johnson unfurled the American flag, doused it with kerosene and set it on fire. as the flag burned protestors were chanting "red white and blue we spit on you"

    7. Arthur Smith

      case does not regard Arthur smith, its Gregory Lee Johnson

    8. 491 U.S. 397

      missing parts of the citation: 491 U.S. 397 (1989)

    1. Epstein and Walker, p194

      Correct legal citation..

      Zelman v. Simmons-Harris, 536 U.S. 639 (2002).

    2. toward religion and is part of an attempt to channel funds to wealthy citizens who send their children to religious schools

      no this is wrong.. the text says that "It is part of a general and multifaceted undertaking by the State of Ohio to provide educational opportunities to the children of a failed school district"

    3. It is not neutral in all respects

      this is incorrect,

      the Ohio program is neutral in all respects toward religion.

    4. Thomas: concurring O'Connor: dissenting Breyer: dissenting (with Stevens and Souter) Souter: dissenting (with Stevens, Ginsburg, and Breyer) Stevens: dissenting

      O'Connor did not dissent, here is the correct conclusions:

      OPINION OF THE COURT: Rehnquist CONCURRING OPINIONS: O’Connor, Thomas DISSENTING OPINIONS: Breyer, Ginsburg, Souter, Stevens

    5. 7–2

      Decision was not 7-2... it was 5-4, ruling that that the Ohio school-voucher program did not violate the establishment clause of the First Amendment

    6. p194

      Zelman v. Simmons-Harris is not on page 194, its on 395

    7. (1982)

      this is wrong, it wasn't in 1982, the book states the case as

      Zelman v. Simmons-Harris (2002)

  8. Nov 2021
    1. Additionally, the constitutionality of this program turns on whether most schools in the program are religious.

      Incorrect. The constitutionality does NOT turn on whether and why in a particular area...

    2. the program most likely violates the establishment clause.

      Shouldn't it not violate if they are neutral? I think this is wrong

      book says "The program permits the participation of all schools within the district, religious or nonreligious"

    3. Only certain religious groups are free to participate.

      I don't think this is apart of the opinion, I cant find where it says that only certain groups are free to participate.

    4. Simmons-Harris sued, charging that the voucher program violated the First Amendment's free exercise clause because only 10 percent of the private schools available were religious, and only 5 percent of students used their vouchers at private schools.

      This area is incorrect, the books version states, "Although no public schools from adjacent districts opted to participate in the program, fifty-six private schools, 80 percent of them religious, did. Religious schools were the choice of the parents of 97 percent of the students who used tuition vouchers to attend private schools."

    5. The Baltimore school district faced a crisis

      Wrong, Cleveland school district faced a crisis

    6. is not

      Incorrect wording. the instant program IS one of true private choice.

    7. 14th Amendment

      Wrong, it supposed to be did the voucher program violate the establishment clause?

  9. Jun 2021
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  13. Apr 2020
    1. the security risk argument doesn't make sense. Numerous social media and forum sites support HTML and they don't seem particularly prone to security issues.
  14. Mar 2020
    1. Whenever I'm so substantively shaky or incoherent as to make my case unpersuasively the first time around, I figure I should live with the consequences. And whenever I find criticism flawed, I figure readers — perceptive as they are — will see the flaw as well, therefore there's no need for me to rub it in.
  15. Jan 2020
    1. ssh doesn't let you specify a command precisely, as you have done, as a series of arguments to be passed to execvp on the remote host. Instead it concatenates all the arguments into a string and runs them through a remote shell. This stands out as a major design flaw in ssh in my opinion... it's a well-behaved unix tool in most ways, but when it comes time to specify a command it chose to use a single monolithic string instead of an argv, like it was designed for MSDOS or something!
  16. Apr 2019
    1. Not a shilling do I receive from the Denham estate. Sir Edward has no payments to make me. He don't stand uppermost, believe me. It is I that help him."

      It is funny (and slightly concerning) that Lady Denham is boasting about the fact that her relatives are poor. She is sharing information that she thinks is impressive but probably won’t be to others.