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#25 - I only use stainless steel pots and pans, and you can clean th… 09/10/2013 on I think I know a certain man +1
#112 - Oddly relevant to FJ, where people seem to think that little r… 09/10/2013 on Grades 0
#9 - Those contacts make him look like a real doll. 09/09/2013 on Supermanfan! 0
#23 - I cant be the only one who sees an issue with that ping pong d…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/09/2013 on cool stuff for cool shit +2
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#4 - Ferrets don't hunt, because ferrets cant survive in the wold. …  [+] (1 new reply) 09/09/2013 on Forgetting 0
#8 - dialup (09/09/2013) [-]
That is not true what so ever, the English were the first to domesticate them. They would keep them as hunting animals for rabbits. Basically how it worked was, they would find both openings to a rabbit hole, put the ferret in one in end, and stand at the other with a bag. The ferret would chase the rabbit out of the hole and into the bag. This worked because ferrets are natural predators to rabbits and smaller animals. And anon is right, they do a "crazy dance" to confuse other animals, for both defense and offense.

Source: Ive owned several ferrets and have read a plethora of books about them.

P.S. Ferrets are awesome pets, and amazingly interesting to watch/play with. However, they smell horrible.
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#46 - You're digging deep if you went all the way back to candlejack… 09/08/2013 on Burritos +1
#22 - Comment deleted 09/08/2013 on I'm a ghost. 0
#78 - LOL, a .22 is a lethal weapon, its not a ******* BB gun. 09/08/2013 on i want it 0
#22 - As far as I know, defacing money is only illegal when there is… 09/08/2013 on mind=blown 0
#57 - RGB are the primary light colors and Magenta Cyan and yellow a… 09/08/2013 on Well f*ck.. 0
#134 - That just makes occam's razor an approximation. Its a razor th… 09/07/2013 on such doge 0
#6 - I have nothing to be ashamed of, I'd roll up to the club like … 09/07/2013 on Dat Big Wheel +3
#10 - Someone really needs to shim that table. 09/07/2013 on Coke +1
#549 - Collide in my ass...Featuring Erin Renee. 09/07/2013 on time to revive an old... 0
#49 - Ah, I see it now, I think you are probably right. 09/07/2013 on Jumpass 0
#47 - That energy is harnessed through friction to throw him back to…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/07/2013 on Jumpass 0
User avatar #48 - dzeusas (09/07/2013) [-]
not all of it, because some of it still is downwards. So he increases the height of the bounce that way too.
#49 - jackassalope (09/07/2013) [-]
Ah, I see it now, I think you are probably right.
#38 - wow, that's a really efficient trampoline. He more or less wal…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/07/2013 on Jumpass +1
User avatar #45 - dzeusas (09/07/2013) [-]
I believe that he pushes away with his right foot at the last moment adding some speed to his fall that way.
#47 - jackassalope (09/07/2013) [-]
That energy is harnessed through friction to throw him back towards the wall.
User avatar #48 - dzeusas (09/07/2013) [-]
not all of it, because some of it still is downwards. So he increases the height of the bounce that way too.
#49 - jackassalope (09/07/2013) [-]
Ah, I see it now, I think you are probably right.
#34 - While i agree with you for the most part, invoking Occam's Raz…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/07/2013 on such doge 0
User avatar #86 - baaltomekk (09/07/2013) [-]
No Occam's Razor relies on the observation, that in most cases, the simplest answer is the correct one. So in the end, it is a matter of probability. Occam's Razor could be rewriten like: "If you really have no clue what the right answer is, pick the simplest answer and hope for the best"
#134 - jackassalope (09/07/2013) [-]
That just makes occam's razor an approximation. Its a razor that can't actually cut. At best it says "this probably isn't true" and at worst is based on an assumption that cant be made.
And the fact is, in formal environments, it simply isn't an accepted argument. Because it isn't an argument, its a guess based on trends in unrelated fields.

To quote better minds: "Aristotle [...] chided Plato for hypostatizing The Good. You see, Plato was always running around asking what makes for a Good Musician, or a Good General. By using the word Good in all these inquiries, he came to believe that all these activities have something fundamental in common, that there is a general concept of Good that gets instantiated in being a good musician, general, etc. But that, of course, is nonsense on stilts, since what makes for a good musician has nothing whatsoever to do with what makes for a good general.
Analogously, suggests Sober, the various uses of Ockham’s razor have no metaphysical or logical universal principle in common — despite what many scientists, skeptics and even philosophers seem to think. Williams was correct, group selection is less likely than individual selection (though not impossible), and the cladists are correct too that parsimony is usually a good way to evaluate competitive phylogenetic hypotheses. But the two cases (and many others) do not share any universal property in common."

#13 - wouldn't fit* The guy made this AK in his garage and … 09/06/2013 on Shovel AK47 0
#12 - Because OP didn't elaborate. This is LITERALLY an AK-47 made f…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/06/2013 on Shovel AK47 +1
User avatar #14 - piesank (09/06/2013) [-]
Op didn't elaborate because OP didn't know!

Thanks for the links!
#63 - If you just put bacon on the burger instead of wrapping the pa… 09/05/2013 on Hamburguesa el grande 0
#31 - Has anyone made the mistake of trying to drive through it?  [+] (1 new reply) 09/04/2013 on Street Art +3
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#11 - Actually, it was good training for when he created the taboo. 09/04/2013 on Stop talking about him... 0
#9 - Ive always used "Math" when i am only talking about …  [+] (1 new reply) 09/03/2013 on math +5
User avatar #20 - biscuitsunited (09/03/2013) [-]
I have always used the word maths, simply because there is more than one number and that makes it plural. But that's just an idiots explanation.
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