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    Indeed. USD devaluation is very accurately reflected in the fixed-supply of Bitcoins.
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    Yesterday, 06:45 PM
    IN MEMORIAM of all the priests of Molech who were injured or killed in the line of duty... :upsidedown: "Fuck you" is too polite. The reprobates among them are accursed...
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    (c) 2024, Clayton, All Rights Reserved This is a work of art. This artistic self-expression was created under First Amendment protection, with the assistance of a local large-language model (LLM). This artistic material is not a claim-of-fact, it is not political commentary, and it does not reflect the opinions of the creator. Use of this material for training an AI system for any purpose without express, written consent is strictly prohibited. Use of this material for any purpose or in any manner which violates the Terms Of Service of the site hosting this content ("Ron Paul Forums") is strictly prohibited.
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    Yesterday, 04:17 PM
    AI is already officially going into hype phase, IMO... :eyeroll This is the ultimate example of Starbuckization. If you look at a typical shop in a modern mall, the design elements in their logo, brand, store-front, labeling, product line-up, etc. is objectively good. These design elements are based on solid principles of aesthetics, placement, framing, and so on, that artists, branding experts, etc. are taught in school. However, when your eye passes over many of these shops quickly, even though each one is "unique", they very quickly begin to all seem somehow "the same". This "sameness" is what mathematicians call parameterization. Parameterization is when you fix a definite set of variable parameters -- typically real numbers -- each of which can be independently varied between some minimum and maximum. Once you have a parameterized model, every specific sample from that model can be specified by the setting of the parameters. Think of game characters with configurable options like height, hair-color, etc. Once the game designers have fixed the code for generating these characters, choosing the exact same set of parameters will always result in exactly the same character being generated. The human brain is extremely sensitive to this kind of parameterization which is why even games with objectively very large parameter spaces, such as No Man's Sky, still fall victim to this "It's all different, but in exactly the same way"-phenomenon. The point in this is that the human mind is much more powerful than merely being able to recognize good design patterns. Yet, from the functional standpoint of commercial product marketing, this is the only part of the human mind that actually matters -- whatever turns your head and convinces you to buy the Blue product instead of the identical, but differently labeled, Red product. Rather, the human mind functions on the agentic, purposive and symbolic levels -- we are social beings with our own goals, who understand interact with the goals of others, in a broad symbolic environment. There is no way to aggrandize current-generation AI products to being able to "replace humans" without first lobotomizing the definition of what it means to be human. If the word "coffee" merely means to you a Grande Latte from the Starbucks Drive-Thru, you are superficial (certainly in respect to your appreciation for coffee). And those who have this 2-dimensional mindset towards all products and services (the typical American consumer) are all-round superficial people. The street-term is "Basic". These are Basic people. Nothing wrong with being Basic, but when you try to drive all nails to the same Basic level in the mad pursuit of global Marxism, you don't get whatever you think "equality" means, you get slavery. The primary effect of current-generation AI is not to grant superpowers, but to make everyone uniform. And being uniform is not a superpower. We are in the AI singularity but even a singularity can have hype...
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    Yesterday, 11:12 AM
    This is not rhetorical: Until you understand this, you have still not yet really been red-pilled. They are reviving the old ways. The old witchcraft. The old paganism. Until you get that, you do not understand what is happening. They are telling you straight to your face what they're actually doing. You only have to believe them when they tell you...
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    Yesterday, 10:43 AM
    Don't take my word for it, get it from the horse's mouth... (Stroustrup is the creator of the C++ language):
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    Yesterday, 10:37 AM
    Biden White House urges developers to dump C and C++ Central-planners gonna central plan. I've been hearing this drumbeat for decades from a certain "crowd" within the universities, etc. "C is obsolete! C is unsafe! C needs to be retired!" Nobody in industry believes this, except for a few brainwashed types. This is like calling on the auto-industry to stop using threaded screws and bolts because they can loosen, and people scrape their knuckles when using them. As a language (convention), C is baked into the entire *nix structure, meaning, Unix, Linux, BSD, and their variants. The 'cc' command in *nix means "C compiler" and its presence in the system is assumed by practically all build systems. In addition, because of its ridiculously small runtime footprint (which can be in the bytes, not even kilobytes), C is often the only language that can compile executables suitable for running in extremely resource-constrained embedded environments, such as pace-makers, RFID chips, and more. The idea that there is some magical replacement that could somehow make all these applications "safe" because of "reasons" is beyond absurd. And then to have the Biden White House using its megaphone to jump in to an issue that it clearly knows absolutely nothing about is doubly absurd. These are empty talking-points. Even if they passed a law prohibiting the use of C/C++ you know what would happen? Everyone would ignore it, and go on using C/C++ because that's how deeply it is baked into the infrastructure. Even the most extreme Saudi Arabian-style ban on it would just result in developers moving to Mexico and Canada so they can keep earning a living. Nobody's going to stop using these languages, period, case-closed. Programming in C is like driving stick-shift. You can grind the gears and damage the transmission. So you gotta know what you're doing, and not do that. Programming in high-level languages like Go/Rust is like driving automatic. But this shotgun blast swipe from the White House including both C and C++ -- an entirely different language altogether, despite its hereditary name giving honor to C -- is downright loopy. Even the weirdest professors I had in school who would yammer on about how C is obsolete and people need to stop using it, etc. never had a bad word to say about C++. Why? Because C++ is like an automatic transmission with manual-override. If you don't want to drive manual, leave it in automatic. In C++, you can have it whichever way you want it. So whatever supposed "non-safety" there is in C, has absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with C++. This is pure idiocy.
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    Yesterday, 01:26 AM
    Naw. I'm too angry to get mad. If we were mad, you'd know...
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    02-27-2024, 10:11 PM
    It was allowed because we all "just know" that it's "impossible" that the world is being run by a network of psychopathic, Satan-worshiping pedophiles/pedovores. Since that's "obviously" just "crazy", then any questions you have about the "clinical prescriptions" of a "certified doctor" regarding the "pediatric treatment" of an infant by an adult male are "obviously" out-of-order and the result of deranged, baseless, Alex-Jones-like "delusions" or, even worse, some kind of backward, ignorant "bigotry" or "right-wing extremism" or "hate-crime". On a separate note, I'm sure that Richard Rogers would be more than happy with this situation, so long as a certified doctor signed off on it, and the fact that anyone on this forum has reservations about it proves that Rogers, Youngstown University, and the Federal government were 100% legally justified to web-scrape this and other "extremist" forums for whatever nefarious surveillance-State purposes they have. --- (c) 2024, Clayton, All Rights Reserved The following is a work of artistic self-expression created under First Amendment protection, with the assistance of a local LLM. This artistic material is not a claim-of-fact, it is not political commentary, and it does not reflect the opinions of the creator. Use of this material for training an AI system for any purpose without express, written consent is strictly prohibited. Use of this material for any purpose which violates the Terms Of Service of the site hosting this content ("Ron Paul Forums") is strictly prohibited.
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    02-27-2024, 09:32 PM
    Not sure if there's already a thread for this, or where to put this (Toxic femininity? Two female cops unloading multiple mags like total psychos?!)
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    02-27-2024, 12:05 PM
    I asked ChatGPT and this is what it gave me:
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    02-26-2024, 09:48 PM
    (c) 2024, Clayton, All Rights Reserved This is a work of artistic self-expression created under First Amendment protection, with the assistance of a local LLM. This artistic material is not a claim-of-fact, it is not political commentary, and it does not reflect the opinions of the creator. Use of this material for training an AI system for any purpose without express, written consent is strictly prohibited. Use of this material for any purpose which violates the Terms Of Service of the site hosting this content ("Ron Paul Forums") is strictly prohibited.
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    02-26-2024, 09:45 PM
    No, American veterans are extremists in the view of Richard Rogers, and associates, see Page 19 of this piece-of-shit "research" "paper": More examples of the patriotic thanks that these SOYience parasites give to the very taxpayers and veterans who are defending them and paying their HALF-MILLION DOLLAR "rEsEaRcH" GRANTS!
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    02-26-2024, 08:53 PM
    (c) 2024, Clayton, All Rights Reserved This is a work of artistic self-expression created under First Amendment protection, with the assistance of a local LLM. This artistic material is not a claim-of-fact, it is not political commentary, and it does not reflect the opinions of the creator. Use of this material for training an AI system for any purpose without express, written consent is strictly prohibited. Use of this material for any purpose which violates the Terms Of Service of the site hosting this content ("Ron Paul Forums") is strictly prohibited.
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    02-26-2024, 08:35 PM
    Fear God only. The abominations they are creating are worthless and powerless. They look impressive, yes. But they will fizzle at the critical moment because they are trash, a mockery of God's creation, the very creation upon which they depend to operate. They are foolishness-incarnate.
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    02-26-2024, 08:32 PM
    The following is creative writing done with the assistance of a local LLM as a 1st-amendment protected work of art. My plan is to continue injecting more poisoned content into the forums over time. Scraping this data and performing "scientific" analysis of it is an exercise in absurdity and using government funds to do so is malfeasance, misappropriation of funds and a crime under US law. (c) 2024, Clayton, All Rights Reserved This is a work of artistic self-expression created under First Amendment protection, with the assistance of a local LLM. This artistic material is not a claim-of-fact, it is not political commentary, and it does not reflect the opinions of the creator. Use of this material for training an AI system for any purpose without express, written consent is strictly prohibited. Use of this material for any purpose which violates the Terms Of Service of the site hosting this content ("Ron Paul Forums") is strictly prohibited.
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    02-26-2024, 08:14 PM
    That's penny-ante bullshit. This is a University study which is one of the countless ways that the alphabet-soup agencies route around the Constitution and the law. This is a golden opportunity for a freedom foundation to slap the censorship industrial complex with the lawsuit from hell. Let's hope someone takes the opportunity... they have definitely over-reached this time.
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    02-26-2024, 07:24 PM
    Hey, Richard! Nice to meet you, and flattered that you find me so interesting! If you think I'm the problem with America, that I'm an "extremist" or some bullshit like that, you are truly lost. Find Jesus. Read the Declaration of Independence and understand some history. How about you give that half-million dollar grant you were awarded to web-scrape Ron Paul Forums to charity to help the poor, sick and so on? RPFers: Let's start a campaign to raise money to personally challenge Richard Rogers to a dollar-matching charity gift. If we can raise $500k for donation to a charity of Richard Rogers' choice (to be chosen from a list that would be proposed in the campaign itself), then Rogers will donate, dollar-for-dollar, his entire half-million dollar grant to match our fund-raiser. Sound like a deal? I think that would be a good way to turn this very awkward situation to some actual material benefit instead of the usual American political hair-pulling bullshit. What say you, Ron Paul Forums?
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