December 23, 2009

Wednesday Wisdom

The real problem is not whether machines think but whether men do.


B. F. Skinner

5 comments:

  1. Anonymous10:59 AM

    Few people think more than two or three times a year; I have made an international reputation for myself by thinking once a week. ~George Bernard Shaw

    j

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  2. Oh.

    I see what you're up to Justin.

    You'll see my Wednesday Wisdom and raise me a Wednesday Wisdom.

    Hmm.

    This could get ugly.

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  3. Anonymous9:47 PM

    I never think of the future. It comes soon enough.~ Einstein

    geoff

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  4. And women cook, wash and do laundry...

    I'm in the wrong house.

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  5. Err, yes.

    You seem to have dropped the ball and taken a wrong turn Father.

    Post-feminist Friday is over yonder.

    “Woman suffrage would give to the wives and daughters of the poor a new opportunity to gratify their envy and mistrust of the rich. Meantime these new voters would become either the purchased or cajoled victims of plausible political manipulators, or the intimidated and helpless voting vassals of imperious employers.”

    —Former President Grover Cleveland, in 1905, on why women shouldn’t be able to vote

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