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  1. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/sep/08/robot-wrote-this-article-gpt-3
  2. My daughter is a sophomore in high school. She is on a hybrid mode, 2 days on, 2 days remote, Fridays are full remote. But she has volleyball practice every day and games. They are limiting spectators and all non players have to wear masks. My son started Ohio University and is full remote, for now.
  3. Always return it. I just think doing anything else is a dick move ... but that's just me and I understand there may be circumstances where someone might not. I am able and have no such reasons why I wouldn't
  4. https://breakingdefense.com/2020/08/ai-slays-top-f-16-pilot-in-darpa-dogfight-simulation/
  5. I got all the things. My own theory ... its because I play video games. I (we) have trained ourselves to notice everything on a screen because anything, even outside our field of focus, can present "danger" at any given time and would immediately require our attention. So something like the experiment above is in our wheel house. As I said, its just my own theory.
  6. lol. I am always here, this is one of my opened tabs. I did have to get that off my chest, so thanks for listening
  7. That's the word that comes to mind when I heard the decision to cancel the college football season. Spinless, scared cowards. There is no logical reason to cancel the season now. Maybe if more data comes up or if something changes, but not today. Don't tell me they will play in spring. What will change between now and then? Do they expect the virus to go away? Do they expect players to play 2 seasons in one calendar year? That is insane. Don't tell me its for the players safety. Am I supposed to believe that players will be safer left to their own devices rather than a regimented routine with like minded others preparing for a goal? This decision was made by a small group of people who ignored the data (18-24 year olds with no preexisting conditions are at a minimal risk, roughly equivalent to the flu), who ignored the players (they want to play), who ignored the coaches (they want to play). How many college athletes have been hospitalized with covid? I would sure like to know that number. If you work through the math of every reason you can think of NOT to play, it ends in the same place ... fear. What about those players that are uncomfortable and don't want to play. The answer is simple, let the sit. The self inflicted economic calamity that is about to hit colleges will be devastating. Not just to football or athletics, but to the colleges themselves. This will have a vast domino effect with numerous unforeseen consequences. Do these people even understand the repercussions of their decision to the people they made the decision for? As an athlete, you put in work. Day in, day out, you work. You prepare your body, you prepare mentally, you bond with team mates. Every year of athletics is a precious, irreplaceable gift. Its value is priceless and you can NEVER get it back once its taken. How many of you played sports, even high school? Think back if you had a season wiped by a decision somebody else made without your input because they were afraid. I feel terrible for these kids. Their opportunity to compete, to fail, to succeed, to live the life they choose has been taken away. Cowards.
  8. I have been working from home for years. It is a mindset otherwise you risk feeling like you are at work all the time. I try to separate my work space from my place space and that seems to help. Friends and family are going good. Ohio has been slowly reopening. Its a mixed bag. Some folks aren't doing anything different and continuing life as normal. Others are still holing up and not doing much. I personally feel like the situation is going to be fluid for quite some time and we need to learn to live with it. But that's just me.
  9. Hope everyone had a great Father's Day!
  10. That was outstanding. Thanks!
  11. Thanks a lot for sharing ... quite the journey.
  12. All good bud ... I was able to get a picture of you moving into your new crib.
  13. Good luck!
  14. Thanks, I will check it out. I think the cringe-worthy moments are the best. Actually surprised they got away with the racial/sexist jokes. I am really enjoying it and am disappointed at myself that it took so long for me to discover that.
  15. I really really really tried to get into the show ... never held my interest.