Dyram - The Emerald Blade
Dyram
8/9/19
10:11 AM
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I’m specifically talking about your model, using the example you gave. You said, and I quote “Let’s say you could create a predictive model that’s 90% accurate” (emphasis mine). Then, you proceed to take 10% (the error margin of your hypothetical predictive model) of the total approximate population of the US and

8/9/19
9:24 AM
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And that’s just an example.  I have no idea what the actual percentage of mass shooters or people who have the potential to be mass shooters is in the US.

8/9/19
9:23 AM
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Your model isn’t missing a decimal, it’s missing an entire step. Your model assumes that all 300~ million people in the US are mass shooters.

7/31/19
11:22 AM
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This is the solution that came to my mind as well.  You want to improve the area and make it more attractive, but not price out the people who live there.  Rent control/low income housing incentives I think are a great means to that end.

7/24/19
9:36 AM
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What gets me most is that a lot of what they’re bringing up doesn’t matter.  They’re just trying to get sound bytes.  For christ’s sake, the most recent R was saying, essentially, “you didn’t investigate the Clinton’s, so this whole thing was unfair.”  THE CLINTONS WEREN’T UNDER INVESTIGATION HERE!!!

7/23/19
1:42 PM
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Hooray for finally having a stable cast!!  Also, I thought Ace’s personality seemed a little more bubbly, lol.  Effervescent if you will.  Is this his new personality throughout the series?  Not complaining, just curious.

7/17/19
9:37 AM
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Do you have a greater chance of finding a certain type of shard based on the pokemon distribution of a planet (e.g. more red shards on a volcanic planet/planet with many fire pokemon), or is it purely random?

7/16/19
10:15 AM
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Do they ever give a canonical description of what shards look like? I know in the games they look like colored pieces of glass.

7/3/19
1:53 PM
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If you’re having difficulty telling when a boarder is going to turn, especially nowadays, then you’re just not paying attention.  You have to move your hips to turn your board, so just watch for that.  They also often turn their shoulders to help counter-balance.  Also, just by watching their line of movement, you can