Greg Dorsainville

Living the Science Life

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February 16, 2019

Take note, the origin of this dispute is because a website made a video about building a pc and people disagreed. So of course, it should escalate to death threats. http://bit.ly/2V4cis9

Take note, the origin of this dispute is because a website made a video about building a pc and people disagreed. So of course, it should escalate to death threats. https://t.co/3INn3JnDkr — Greg Dorsainville, XR (@sciencelifeny) February 16, 2019 from Twitter https://twitter.com/sciencelifeny February 16, 2019 at 11:50AM via IFTTT

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February 16, 2019

an important metric! http://bit.ly/2Edx570

an important metric! https://t.co/ZCA9yJj9PR — Greg Dorsainville, XR (@sciencelifeny) February 16, 2019 from Twitter https://twitter.com/sciencelifeny February 16, 2019 at 11:46AM via IFTTT

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February 15, 2019

we might have a natural experiment here. This is an opportunity to see which strategy we should encourage our ever increasingly powerful corporate overlords to employ. http://bit.ly/2BBazTM

we might have a natural experiment here. This is an opportunity to see which strategy we should encourage our ever increasingly powerful corporate overlords to employ. https://t.co/rfECCqaMjz — Greg Dorsainville, XR (@sciencelifeny) February 15, 2019 from Twitter https://twitter.com/sciencelifeny February 15, 2019 at 09:10AM via IFTTT

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February 13, 2019

There is nothing I hate more than hearing people whine about how hard it is not using an iPhone or being a green bubble. It is the end of my usual bottomless empathy.

There is nothing I hate more than hearing people whine about how hard it is not using an iPhone or being a green bubble. It is the end of my usual bottomless empathy. — Greg Dorsainville, XR (@sciencelifeny) February 14, 2019 from Twitter https://twitter.com/sciencelifeny February 13, 2019 at 08:59PM via IFTTT

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February 13, 2019

As classic as the geico cavemen commercials are ….we do realize in that fantasy world they were ridiculing an obviously intelligent species? If it wasn’t an allegory for racism to sell insurance, what was it exactly? Does anyone know the origin to that spot or the tv show?

As classic as the geico cavemen commercials are ….we do realize in that fantasy world they were ridiculing an obviously intelligent species? If it wasn’t an allegory for racism to sell insurance, what was it exactly? Does anyone know the origin to that spot or the tv show? — Greg Dorsainville, XR (@sciencelifeny) February 13, …

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