@kirbywinfield @kirbywinfield here’s an alternative idea ... every time a company profits from work I did outside normal business hours I get 100% of all profits generated from that work. It’s a 2 way street!
Is there anybody out there in my network who works with OpenAI and might be able to help me get access to the GPT-3 API? I am preparing a blog post on the subject and it would be far better if I actually had official access. Plus it might have some grea…lnkd.in/gA38_X2
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Listened to 1/2 of @lexfridman's podcast with @realGeorgeHotz during my run. Favorite lines so far: "Everything about python is so much better than lawyers" (so true), and regarding mission statements "Solve self-driving cars while delivering shippable intermediaries"!
@pudgenet @realDonaldTrump @JoeBiden @senatemajldr @SenSchumer @SpeakerPelosi @GOPLeader @KamalaHarris READ THIS THREAD. Stop playing win-lose zero sum gain politics. Do your fucking jobs; find common ground; come up with creative solutions; move the ball and make us greater as a nation
@pudgenet @pudgenet I want to thank you for this thread. Yet again it proves that smart people from different political ideologies can find common ground that moves the country in a positive direction
@pudgenet @spreadsheeticus Nobody should have to wait on line for 3 hours to vote. It isn’t necessary and if you are a single parent it can create a burden. So what ever makes voting not a burden. Maybe it can be done without money. I don’t know
@pudgenet @spreadsheeticus Agreed but it greatly reduces the burden on the voter. my argument is this ... we are a nation of smart people ... let’s find a way to keep secrecy and eliminate election burdens. It doable. Maybe we need to vote in person but we need to give a day off and 10x election funding
@spreadsheeticus @pudgenet For me the issues that I think are shared across the aisle are: my vote should be secret and secure, and everybody deserves and unburdened right to vote. So let’s be fucking clear and unambiguous about it in the law books
@spreadsheeticus @pudgenet It’s funny, one of my take always from the past 4 years is that Congress has too often legislated its authority to some other organization. I think we need to consider making our our laws less ambiguous. Plus the FEC needs some fixing first
@Arya_6170 @pudgenet Yes that is a real concern I would share with this solution . Like I said ... I’m just trying to start a movement were we respect all reasonable sides of the arguement and find a way to work together. I think our country needs that mentality more than anything else
@Arya_6170 @pudgenet What I like about this approach is that it doesn’t really prevent folks who want an abortion from getting one, but still allows individual states with majority voting block who don’t want abortions to prevent it in there territory. Win-Win ... kind of 🤔
@Arya_6170 @pudgenet My main goal with this suggestion was to get creative on how we take an issue that probably should not have been decided in the courts and find a legislative approach. I am not sure it’s the best or only solution but I wish we were more creative as a nation on win-win solutions
@pudgenet Half serious (and may get me kicked out of the Democratic Party 😜): allow every state to decide on the legality of abortion but ban states from criminalizing,preventing in any way citizens from crossing state or federal borders to achieve an abortion
@pudgenet Create a federal mandate for the most secure voting methodology currently available and require that no voter experience any undue hardship to vote (no lost pay, no lost days off, no 3 hour waits, etc)