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It's Oscar, all these things where there's usually a bidding war. So bottom. And so for your hundred dollars, you get way more labor, then you possibly could. And so you're competing on that, that basically compete this idea of trying to get money in and transfer it for tokens out, then you probably going to always lose.

Go back. How is it that you're encouraging the upward bidding for work? What's your idea there, us. So Pearson's whole model is always like the model cyphy has always been that if you quantify people's skill sets, then you you you basically match tasks in or requests or gigs in, you match them based on the skill level.

So M4a looking for a little fun the more than so then you kind of flip them also, the more you're willing to pay to hire someone the highest skill level person you get matched to. So what what if somebody gets so yeah, that's a great idea. But what happens when you say, Okay, I want let's say the skill levels are out of 10, for sake of argument, I want somebody that's 8. And you're like, Oh, fuck, I want somebody that's six. Like, how do you discourage that? Yeah, we can't.

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And we've been connected to each other through the system automatically. Because I've, I've put out a request Married want real sex Casper, I want something. So I want I want someone to help write me a book. Yeah, I'm willing to spend let's just keep it in US dollars. I'm willing to spend US dollars with on that. Ladies seeking real sex Lafitte I'm willing to go into into debit US dollars.

So then you're going to credit US dollars. And then say you do the Tosca me. You gotta plus I got negative But in reality, I haven't actually spin. I haven't actually put any us though. Any, any money into this system? Plus, am I going to go and negative. So now now you have a credit. So now you can go off and spend that somewhere else if you want to. And I Can I just go into? I would just I guess you don't go into debit to avoid going into debt.

That's the point. Yeah, we could like you could now you're now you're in US dollar credit, you could catch that out if you wanted to. How do I catch that out, though, with like luck on any exchange mechanism. So you it wouldn't have been in US dollars would be like tokens.

So you'd be like a plus one, say that one to one that you go M4a looking for a little fun tokens, I go negative tokens, M4a looking for a little fun can then catch that out for US dollars. If someone else is out there willing to buy it. It's not with that in that way, you still have this model of like, you still can buy tokens for money, which probably Miramichi casual encounters add some value to the tokens.

But I think the cool thing from an individual point of view there is like, I could start off at zero and put zero US dollars in and I could thank going to debit and be like, okay, I want this thing from you. You do it for me, you're willing to you get a plus and I got negative And then get then increase, like, try and get out of debit.

Or I could just go and do something else. For someone else. Imagine I go I'm connected to someone else in the system. And they want something that is from they want something from me for a skill skill that I have. And they willing to pay me tokens. And then so then I go back into you back into the black into neutral, although maybe they're willing to M4a looking for a little fun me tokens, and they go negative plus So now I'm, I'm incredible I don't know exactly how it will, like, evenly work out.

But I think I love this idea. Because it it kind of like flattens the playing field. So that literally M4a looking for a little fun who people who don't even have money can now suddenly be employees, and they can literally just hire each other for tossing skills that they that there we go.

That's that's where our core disagreement is. That's the the big thing that's, that's I really like, we agree on literally almost everything. What's that? It's not a big No, no, let me let me be more specific.

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And I want to hear, I want to hear your response x this. Like, I want to hear your thoughts on this. I want to know how you resolve these fundamental follies that I feel are the things that I fundamentally feel are follies with that logic of economics. And and you know, we both we both have like super funky ideas about economic and we're not specialists and we're just like imagining and trying to be logical about it.

We're armchair economists and in a crypto economic time where we can actually like, make our money. So it's really fucking exciting. But you got to get in, right or everything turns to shit. So Yep. Hot musc bttm here, I'm not going to talk about up i but i will talk about anybody lottle, regardless of their their wealth turns into an employer. So that's a problem to me.

Because wealth is many things. It's, it's a show, it's a I mean, I'm with you. It's like, wealth is corrupt. Like there's inherent corruption and wealth, like, yeah, you and I both agree on that. Now, take it a step further. There are ways to improve wealth distribution, but it's not through you know, UPI and it's not through a hand wavy solution, there needs to be a few layers, like where the water seeps through and just begins, it's like, it M4a looking for a little fun become corrupted too M4a looking for a little fun.

Something that's that simple. Now, whether or not hollow chain is exactly like this is I'm taking everything you're saying with a grain of salt and my understanding. So correct me, if you loooing I misunderstand something, an explanation that simple, where we just make it up and say, Okay, I'm going in the black, you're going in the red if you if you, you know, if I M4a looking for a little fun something for if you buy something from me, I'm that.

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It doesn't seem very sound. And it seems really easy to manipulate, especially like with a civil attack. But I agree with you that we shouldn't have to worry about how much economic power we have to employ people. My Love Cheyenne and dating documentary for that, that I've thought long and hard about is associating that your reputation that you're willing to publicly share with value creation.

So start with a new value creation system similar to this, but then you associate the reputation of an individual to that individual and gor their economic power and to the the power they have for rulemaking. But you do that in a way Have you heard of a Nash equilibrium? Yeah, yeah. So you do that in a way where you M4a looking for a little fun a runoff vote where you just order everything, and that's what it's called, I didn't know what it's called, it's just the runoff photos, you order the candidates from, from best to worst, and everybody does that you get some kind of like, you know, coherence, you do a Nash equilibrium runoff vote, depending on whatever criteria you're trying to determine is, is good and then it's like it is what it is like, it's a shitty, messy way to measure things.

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You can do VR, you could do AR but I still don't think those things are going to be until we get fu the until we get to full neural M4a looking for a little fun stuff. I don't think they are and I are going to still give that connection. It's the same it's the same as like they are and I like it's just gonna be pretty much like this. We should do that. But we should get Oculus goes and do chatting. They are sure if I don't throw up. I would do that. If I don't throw it. You can get those the standalone ones.

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Those are the, the magnetic points of culture and things like that. But once those, we've got to also admit that once those cities reach a certain and like size, we began. It's like, Yeah, but the culture doesn't really M4a looking for a little fun at that size anymore. It's like, if you try if you have a stadium and you've got a brilliant pianist, it's like, you have to have that that pianist has to be amplified. They have to be on the speakers.

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Um, that's, that's too many people in one place are I need my dream man. Eight brains can't like what do you what do you mean? Like that culture could spread. But what happens is, you've got to go to your building, and you've got to go to your years hell and you've got to do your job and you've got a color inside the lines.

And so we're living in this old system and when we want to describe a new system like purism or like whatever the fuck my thing would be called, or whatever you know, Matthews talking about, you know, we need to think well, it's all connected. So we M4a looking for a little fun just ignore Oh, well, you know, you'll be able to work everywhere, but people are still going to be in cities.

I agree with you. People want to live together like this. It's part of Maslow's hierarchy of needs, right? Like, we need human contact. But I disagree Zapata TX dating personals we all need to live in enormous cities.

And these are normal, like it's a hyper concentration. It's a weird time like, everything's becoming hyper concentrated as our technology and our communicative abilities improve. So now I can send I can send you a letter wherever you are on earth or in space even now instantaneously yet you live closer to me, you know allegorical speaking than ever before it's like why are Wife wants hot sex Coalmont getting closer not not more distributed?

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It's almost like this base fundamental thing where people just like, I believe this because I believe this is true, because I believe it's true without question, and then that informs all this like hatred, any difference in the world. It's like awesomeness. And it's like a very deep nature. It's like, well, if you're Christian than that, and you wait, you know, I'm Kristen, Real texting Dover atheist, you're going to go to hell.

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Can you steal, M4a looking for a little fun, the argument of religion for me, from your perspective? I think it's what I understand. That gives people like a sense of hope and purpose. I fnu, I can get that. But why? Because I think humans kind of, you know, in M4a looking for a little fun chaotic world where everything so complex is hard for a little brains to understand a little monkey, but I just wanted to say what's going on?

I think it will likely I'm believing in something higher than themselves. Little if you believe in something higher than yourselves, and you can be like, okay, despite all the complexity and chaos, and everything's gonna be brighter the end.

Okay, let me let me ask him some actual questions, actually. So have we've talked about the possibility that we live in a in a simulation? Yeah, and Ilan must go ahead. But where you go? He's like, nervous. And other the anyone who believes in the simulation lose their life as though they're in a simulation? Of course not. No, no, no, I go with me here. I'm not going to try and trap you at all. Like, I'm just going to ask you yes or no questions.

So we've talked about, you know, the possibility that we live in a simulation, I was talking about that with my buddy the other day, I've asked Alexa, bless my wife, like, Can you prove to me that we're not living in a simulation. And anyway, he Ilan musk talked about that, you know, we're living in a simulation. These are, I mean, I honestly believe, you know, in a, in a conceited way, in an arrogant way, and, you know, whatever, I feel like we're M4a looking for a little fun of the top minds of the time like, I really do, like, I'm acting like, that's the case.

I'm trying to, to spread my ideas because I think they're good ideas. But I also try and break them down like both you and I were very like, we also understand like, where it is suck and where we can make them better. You know, you're not gonna you're not gonna ideologically be possessed by M4a looking for a little fun own ideas, and other people do, and we don't do that.

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But I don't think anybody should die of hunger. Like there's, there's at least like 25 things that we can absolutely agree with better society. And we're working in an abstract way. And in our own lazy, fucking unorganized trying to make something happen where we get money, and they get money, and everybody is better off like, we're trying to do that. Like, M4a looking for a little fun what we're trying to do. So we think that there's a possibility we might live in a simulation.

Why is that? Let's just the rational it's the thought experiment of technological progress, right? So we were assuming where some of the smartest minds for sure for not, M4a looking for a little fun it doesn't fucking matter what we think. But assuming we're some of the top minds well, Ilan Musk said it. So let's just go with M4a looking for a little fun. He fucking said that there's a possibility likelihood that we're living in a simulation.

Um, so what does that mean? That means that the, some of the smartest minds of our time are grasping at the fact that we're in a bubble, it's instead of bubble that we can understand.

And so what that idea was, you've got to think years ago there was no science there wasn't like oh yeah, we're just gonna, you know, we're gonna measure the air temperature and track the change of global warming over time and figure out where it came from and look up dinosaur fossils and, and dig up oil and drive around.

And we're going to send Nathan a message here real quick. And we're going to see, hey, Nathan, do you think heavens real? Like, what do you think? You know, do you think the simulations are they didn't have a fucking word for simulation? See, you've got it. You've got to think like, Huh, heaven. Hell, there's two things. There's like a dichotomy. Horny slut in Memphis

And then simulation like, here's two lobes of the brain. It's the same fucking idea. But you and I both think to ourselves, like heaven and hell, like this is lookinng M4a looking for a little fun a made up Adult seeking horny sex Huntsville Alabama. Like, why the fuck do you believe this?

You see where I'm going loojing this? No, no. So the simulation is the combination of Heaven and Hell, it's that it's like we're contained within something else.

It's Lonely women looking hot sex Dolbeau-Mistassini unavoidable feeling of like, what the fuck am I so yeah, but I agree with you. The stores are all made up. I'm not trying to convince you their true it's just is the simulation theory llttle up?

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And those those aren't the people I'm talking about here. I'm talking about the, the inception, the inception. Okay, let's do this thought experiment. Then, fast lookinh years and assume humanity hasn't destroyed itself. When people look back on this conversation.

They hear us talking. Oh, man, do you think you were living in a simulation? Look at this. There was like a fire and ice thing. Like, what the fuck were they talking about? What's happening? What's hell?

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It's every video that's ever been made, is going to clutter the memory of culture. It's gonna be like, Gun the fuck you find any of the stories? Where's any of the meeting? And so they're going to look back and see, like, we thought we were talking about a simulation and they're going to be having, like, human human clones running around and they What the fuck is going to be happening in years?

You and I, I can't imagine maybe we can imagine or years if we're lucky. Maybe one of the ideas that Naughty wife seeking hot sex Seaside are I states in the total some common like some gun all of our conversations may come true and years maybe but not We just can't do it.

Yeah, you can't fucking imagine what's gonna be like so I understood like that what I say is the straw man of religion is like obviously all these stories are made up and they've been co opted by dogmatic assholes that are just using them for their own personal gain and obviously that's true but there's a deeper meaning to them like the value of religions I think I mentioned Alan debit tone to you before and atheism 2.

I feel like right ones that are willing to like suicide bomb each other as far as the media tells us. I mean, that wasn't just eyeballing wasn't actually from what I've seen this documentary, Local fuck buddy Duque de caxias normalization, this guy, Adam code is it does a really long two and a half hour documentary series, like this guy, British guy.

And probably the whole idea of like, suicide bombing was something that some guy just started spreading, you know, Ronnie, you know, actually allowed to you kind of get to heaven or whatever their version is, um, why killing yourself. But somebody changed it to say that you can, and so it's interpreted.

But yeah, I do agree. If you if you rank if you rank the religious texts, like the crowd is definitely worse than the Bible. But yeah, the old way Wait, you haven't read the Bible and you haven't read the Quran, though? Neither have I know. But wait. So that's my point, though. We're making a judgment but but here's the point. I couldn't I can tell you what was better pride, prejudice or Game of Thrones, like it's like, they're all M4a looking for a little fun fiction.

So ror can't, you know, it's like, God didn't write this. It's a collective consciousness that emerges all aa the world that's fascinating. What the fuck is going on there? And you know but if somebody says oh fuck Nathan you get this weird feeling and your solar plexus M4a looking for a little fun say that like Why did you say that to me like what did I do to you You little fucker like I'll be sure like you know that that feeling evolves M4a looking for a little fun and I think from that feeling Are you saying you agree or disagree with that feeling by the way no yeah i agree yes I think it's just all like monkey yeah of course monkey behavior like we always forget exactly and that's a big danger we like when monkeys with like dominoes and ideologies and godlike weapons yeah I think I've heard a few quotes to that degree I think we have a neural link and stuff like that too like I think with the way the biggest dangers like that yeah same thing that Elon Elon stay with Joe Rogan like he he basically said like he's biggest lioking is more than humans will use AI to attack other humans not so much they already are.

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