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Polutropos Rathazaxx
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Last Logged In: October 2nd, 2013
TEAM: PD0 Humanitarian Crisis Rank 1: Peacekeeper Biome Rank 1: Hiker Society For Nihilistic Intent And Disruptive Efforts Rank 2: Trickster

Trickster Polutropos Rathazaxx

This seems like a very great idea for many reasons.
Tuesday night palooza.

Expected arcs:
Peter La Follette
Hanz Greebo
Space College
Larry n Steve, n Ronnie n Jeff
mr. quukly
da Schmeester

though appetizing, do not eat.jpg
also intrepid.jpg
Photo on 2011-04-03 at 00.32.jpg
We were going to burn Plato's Republic too, but l sold it back to the Reed bookstore instead
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posted by Polutropos Rathazaxx on November 3rd, 2011 3:38 PM

Thanks y'all!
Also I just read over my mathy stuff for the first time in a while. I can't believe that this didn't occur to me at the time, but a logistic function would model the # of positive thoughts vs time graph better than the current sinusoidal exponential would. This is because a logistic function levels off over time, and the current exponential does not (only modeling the mood of a person with regards to one other for a limited amount of time). It makes sense that one can have only so many thoughts per day, and only some of those would be directed towards 1 person.

(or even better, something that hit a peak logistically, but then leveled out logistically AFTER a decrease.)

posted by Polutropos Rathazaxx on May 17th, 2011 5:50 PM

Creativity is usually a goal, but it's subordinate to net good.
It might please you to hear that I also wrote a short description of the economic crisis of RIga of 2008 - 2010 (and then a short phrase in Latvian urging the reader to travel to Riga) in the Aeneid.
I am surprised that y'all are 5-ing this one! (But I'll take it).

posted by Polutropos Rathazaxx on May 15th, 2011 1:39 AM

I'm diggin it a lit coz!

posted by Polutropos Rathazaxx on April 4th, 2011 8:33 PM

1 Thing:
1. This is highly appreciated and useful.