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May 15, 2008 in Ideas | 2 comments
Esthr just pointed to a cool idea: Barcode Wikipedia.
Andrew Leyden on May 15, 2008 at 7:07 pm
I don’t know. I have a problem with barcodes.
They still can’t get the barcodes on Hostess products put in a reasonable place for the bar code scanner guys at 7-11 to ring up. I mean, how many Hostess products are NOT bought at convenience stores? You’d think they’d realize they need a better location for the bar code on Suzy-Qs but alas, I have to go through the same pain in the ass every single time I satisfy my desire to eat a sugar sponge with some whip cream on it…
fp on May 16, 2008 at 10:46 am
Same goes for Ho-Hos
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@Ednever @realjohngatto If the kid wants to be an engineer and to learn what it takes. And castes are what IQ testing creates. Been there.
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@johnny_oman I'm sure that's what it said. I'm also sure all those scores are mistakes, since we are not numbers. :-)
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@Ednever @realjohngatto Different point. When it's used a priori to sort kids into castes, it's wrong.
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Woops, bad link: j.mp/iqzcrk is the correct link to my Quora answer to an IQ question. Again with a HT to @realjohngatto
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Why I think IQ testing is a crock and often wickedly harmful to kids: j.mp/ds1q
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