BenTrem tweeted on 2012-09-15

  • @davidsancar Game box running XP; Athlon II 630 OC 3.4GHZ; 5770 GPU; dual monitor. Which doesn't explain how the GPU runs so "warm" idling. in reply to davidsancar #
  • @dpn See at the level of "participation on public policy" I'm all about "Oh yaa, what about this?" So X sez "Great lead on this" Y sez … in reply to dpn #
  • @dpn It's about sharing, right? "Like" is for yuppies' kidz. (Oh piss off!) What triggers sharing? "You're stupid; that's lame. Here's good) in reply to dpn #
  • See, at no point are you wanting to pay attention. "Commercial concerns and death of drivers in Formula I" would bore you, too. So … #
  • Yes of course the wheels of history grind forward. You feel okay as bystander to your life? leech? vampire? voyeur? The one who tweets it? #
  • @KenChapman46 Damn. Was with Hansard in the 70s; never a Tory, but sure did admire him. in reply to KenChapman46 #
  • @KenChapman46 Saw an article in Vue today about organic farm. "A day in the life in" … devoid of anything that would draw me. in reply to KenChapman46 #
  • @PJSchaefer I'd say that "resilience and adaptability" is top/down abstraction. Feeding the garden (or building soil) … @KenChapman46 in reply to PJSchaefer #
  • When I think of Peter Lougheed (RIP) I know what I'm about. When I think of you I yet.again cope with gag reflex. #
  • Yuppies so routinely dismiss and disregard what I've actually /done/ … makes me wanna go postal. #
  • @resourcecharter Someone's hijacked your account and is sending SPAM DM. You have to deal with that … or we'll have to block you. #
  • @PJSchaefer "Thrive VS Survive" is a nice phrase. Which entirely ignores what I had replied. So … in reply to PJSchaefer #
  • @PJSchaefer BTW someone RT'd A-list pundit "The best of my generation are chasing clicks on ads." Which is what I'd been saying yrs ago. in reply to PJSchaefer #
  • @PJSchaefer "Thrive VS Survive" was a bumper sticker late 60s / early 70s. I recall eco talk from that time. If it's thought new? Doom. in reply to PJSchaefer #
  • @PJSchaefer My point is simply: he who gets the most Likes for a glib phrase wins. That's a very poor view of what is in fact existential. in reply to PJSchaefer #
  • @jianghomeshi Have never had much/anything good to say about Conservatives. I worked AB Hansard 1970s. Peter Lougheed was a great man. #
  • @jianghomeshi And BTW: it's standard knowledge that "those who criticize do nothing" is entry point to propaganda. #YuppieCulture #
  • #Apparatus – Day in, day out, yuppies bend things to justify their lack of integrity/principle. Men like Peter Lougheed don't do that. #
  • Wow, brilliant insight into "tells": before the river, he was tense. Then he was relaxed. Wow … soooo brilliant. #yuppies #
  • @PJSchaefer I'd say such as "resilience and adaptability" is top/down abstraction. Feeding the garden (or building soil) is existential. in reply to PJSchaefer #
  • @PJSchaefer Reality / actuality has the nasty/wonderful tendency to devalue sophistry. So there's a reasonable/understandable allergy to it. in reply to PJSchaefer #
  • @PJSchaefer "Mutual admiration society"; snide and glib. But it refers to a strong and very deeply embedded set of dynamics. #SelfValidating in reply to PJSchaefer #
  • @PJSchaefer "Don't be lucid and ironic. People will turn it against you saying 'See? I told you he's not a nice person.'" –Camus in reply to PJSchaefer #
  • @PJSchaefer "Damned with faint praise" … I've seen that happening to communalism for, ohh I dunno … 4 decades? I'm not happy w/my cohort in reply to PJSchaefer #
  • @PJSchaefer The pre-Vietnam generation built up the wealthiest middle class in history. The disco generation (my cohort) frittered it away. in reply to PJSchaefer #
  • @KenChapman46 Didn't like the party or its policies then, not more now. Admired the man at many levels. One chat on policy w/him: golden. in reply to KenChapman46 #
  • @KenChapman46 "what are you trying to say?" Such a short question; shall I now essay in 140 or less? c'mon … in reply to KenChapman46 #
  • @PJSchaefer BTW I'm more than a little bummed. Had wanted to approach Lougheed for a project on civics an public participation. #entropy in reply to PJSchaefer #
  • I'm not saying that conservatives are the sorta folk who maintain that behaviorism is valid. Some of them think that psych is pure crap. #
  • @dpakman Deep background re-visiting LBJ/Vietnam. Wheels within wheels. And it has nothing to do with democracy. cc: @KagroX @elonjames in reply to dpakman #
  • @Ozipaddy Hi there. You mean psych? I dunno … did cog-psych at Dal late 90s; great stuff. But I take your point. in reply to Ozipaddy #
  • @Ziggy_Daddy Just tucked Bright Lights Big City into my faves directory. Saw him on Clapton Guitar Festival. in reply to Ziggy_Daddy #
  • Watching "Mountain Men" on History Channel. Lordie … that's the best we can manage? Surprised any of them have survived. #
  • @Ziggy_Daddy Oh gosh … it was on PBS past weekend … I'd guess 2011 but maybe 2010. in reply to Ziggy_Daddy #
  • Commercial for "What would having fastest internet mean to you?" I wonder who else noticed: kid is taking taxi to get to school? geeezus #
  • @Ziggy_Daddy "I don'need to freakin' fact checker!" –alt.buddha.short.fat.guy in reply to Ziggy_Daddy #
  • "Ah never had the rifle misfire before." You mean you missed because the sights were set wrong? You call that "misfire"? Got a brain at all? #
  • @marshallk wh00h00! Sux to be you! No, wait, uh #WishIWereThere in reply to marshallk #
  • That was 1 flake. This flake? "It's electrical; can't fix it just now." So what's he do? Walk in a replacement engine. //For electrics?!// #
  • @Ozipaddy I won't say they have no clue. They go 80 / 20 like the rest of society. BTW look/find Rad Psych mail list. cheers in reply to Ozipaddy #
  • Dewd swaps engines and it works. So: //not// electrical. Then what? Clips a tree and breaks a sky. Holy crap … #
  • @eprenen On the other hand, Al Qu'aeda continues to pose an existential thread. #Libya #Yemen in reply to eprenen #
  • Show me someone who succeeds in bourgeois/yuppie society, I'll show you someone who'd be a tyrant in small group setting. Look at Jobs. #
  • Lord this History TV show is brain-damaged. Skies aren't parallel; he says "pointing in opposite directions." Must be yuppies' kid. #
  • In dead of winter, buddy parks in friend's driveway to head to the river. 4hrs later not back, and "friend" didn't notice?! #yuppies #
  • @eprenen You don't buy into globalization? I'm surprised. Long way from Yemen to Manhattan. They managed that already. in reply to eprenen #
  • What a buncha idiots. Dewd decided to take a long walkbout without telling anyone. In a snow storm. 6 hours. Jerk yuppie. #
  • Back to the other guy. He talks about "afraid of breaking down". Dewd … you hit a tree … that's not "breaking down". #
  • @Ozipaddy FYI: http://t.co/jvEZfpDb in reply to Ozipaddy #
  • @Ozipaddy Since I'm on the topic: http://t.co/0hA0PJK5 < Dennis Fox is the main man. cheers in reply to Ozipaddy #
  • @Ozipaddy More than glad. I haven't checked it out recently (EMail folder is right full) but it's been around for many a year. best in reply to Ozipaddy #
  • @bernardotrejos I don't know that particular system but found this: the posts feed seems tobe empty http://t.co/1Yb4UCQJ cc: @GSiemens in reply to bernardotrejos #
  • Hunh … Facebook messages down. "Sorry, messages are temporarily unavailable. Please try again in a few minutes." Fail Skunk? #
  • @AlterNet That's a shitty thing to write. You pissed off? just pissed? I'd suggest you delete it and try again. Truly yellow. in reply to AlterNet #
  • @Firefox – One damned failure after another. Now bookmarking set of tabs saves no page titles. Pathetic. Friction. You're making me scream! #
  • @Firefox – With FF3 I had a very effective browser. I don't know about all the folk who play on the web, but every step since has sucked. #
  • @davidsancar I'm actually going to shift Athlon II, Gigabyte Mobo and 5770 to slimcase for workstation and then repop the game case. in reply to davidsancar #
  • @davidsancar But that aside: sure would like things to cool off while idling (screen blanked / little activity except WinAmp). in reply to davidsancar #
  • @Firefox – Checked Processes; FF 385KB (one window; 5 tabs). Killed; restored. 202KB (one window; 5 tabs). Leak much? #
  • @davidsancar Is why I'm backing away from hi-performance game ATM, to concentrate on workstation: things in flux! in reply to davidsancar #
  • @DebateGraph G'day David – sprucing up b'marks I found ObamaCTO and OnDayOne not. Letting them go? #
  • Firefox – The browser for folk who just want to have fun on the web … notRPTnot for serious web work. Zaroo data integrity. #

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