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Long Ball Larry

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Long Ball Larry last won the day on December 15 2019

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  1. Been reading a lot for the past few months. Got super-motivated to finish a bunch of books that I had gotten halfway through. Recently got turned on to Ted Chiang by the Very Bad Wizards podcast. Have read most of his first collection. Story of Your Life is my favorite piece of fiction in a long, long time.
  2. I still subscribe to NYTimes, but am getting more info from substack curators. My favorite is probably John Ellis: John Ellis - News Items (substack.com)
  3. Death, Taxes and arguments of Negative Liberty vs. Positive Liberty
  4. so is the theory that content providers would eventually have to pay you in order to use a highlight? how do you know that there aren't other copies of the same highlight? it's an interesting thought, but it seems like a bet on a future that is quite different than the present, which may represent value, but these prices don't make a lot of sense to me without exclusivity.
  5. who says ETH could hit 6 figures? also, can anyone direct me to ren's crypto thread? can't seem to get there through search.
  6. I know there is another crypto thread but now that this site is about 25% functional for me, I will put my question here. Feel free to link me over there if you are so inclined and able. How do you think about future price changes, particularly for Ethereum? I see some different projections that suggest that the most is probably around $9000. At the same time, a few years ago, people probably would have said something like that for Bitcoin a few years and now here we are. Is there anything inherent to each crypto that you can look at to estimate the theoretical ceiling of each one
  7. how was transferring not facing adversity? he got demoted at Bama and was still able to come back in as a backup and win big games. He knew that Tua was going to start and had the opportunity to go to a premier program. That was obviously better for his potential pro career. It's not like he left Alabama to do nothing.
  8. i generally feel like steichen was trying to call what lynn wanted, which was more run-heavy, so i am hopeful that he will be different here. if not, then we have a problem.
  9. From today's Axios Newsletter: what say you?
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