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June 7th, 2018

Jonathots, Jr. Daily Blog

(Number 1767)

      

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Social Commentary

Thanks to Scientology

I would like to express my gratitude to Scientology and what I have learned from my 25 years as a Scientologist. Since it is now 9 years since I left the organization and 12 years since I completed the highest Scientology level, … 439 more words

Personal

Blame Yourself First

In this life there is always black and white, there is always right and wrong. There is always a part where whatever happens is always have another side that we don’t know about the unseen truth and fault. 207 more words

Life

How might parsing spoken data present greater challenges than parsing writing?

This is a very broad question, ultimately answered empirically by the performance of a particular parser.

However to predict performance, we might consider the types of structure that a parser is likely to find difficult and then examine a parsed corpus of speech and writing for key statistics. 1,104 more words

Parsing

The spiral of addiction

I spent most of my 20s in a spiral of codeine addiction, completely disconnected from myself and everyone around me.

It started innocently enough when a friend of mine, who loved experimenting with painkillers, told me that Nurofen Plus was the absolute bee’s knees. 848 more words

Balance

Judging

But that’s how people are. Judging is human nature.

It’s in our genes, our blood.

We assume things about people without actually knowing anything about them. 64 more words

Quotes

The art of letting go

There are two common phrases that, in my opinion, are grossly overused by well-meaning and well-intentioned people – “love yourself” and “let go”. Both of them can be as frustrating as hearing “Relax!” when you’re fucking relaxed. 1,093 more words

Relationships