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2:07 PM
Darn it. I missed the big -1000 for the CoC FAQ post. Now I'll have to wait until that one hits -1234 to get the picture.
 
 
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5:01 PM
@HDE226868 I think you need to hit that link as well.
 
 
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6:39 PM
Random question for the room. There was a study done a while back where it basically shows people are willing to get less themselves if it ensures people they don't think deserve stuff also get less or none...
I realize that is super vague but I am trying to find the name of the study or a paper or something.
Anything come to mind? or does someone else have better google-fu than me?
 
6:52 PM
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Q: I want to leave. Is there an easy way to download all my questions and answers?

openendI want to leave. But I'd like to download all questions I asked with their answers for further reference. Do you know a quick and easy way to achieve this?

 
7:51 PM
@James Probably a variation on the Ultimatum Game - one person makes the decision how a certain sum of money should be split and the second one can accept or not. If the second one accepts both get the money as per the split, if the second person refuses both get nothing.
And then something like having the people interact before the game. If you like the other one you may be okay with an unequal split proposed to you, if you don't like the other one you will only accept splits that give you more money.
Other keywords you might help you for your search (because I don't know the exact paper you are looking for and haven't found it after a bit of searching): "non-zero-sum-games" and "altruistic punishment"
 
8:16 PM
@Secespitus Found it: Fairness and Retaliation: The Economics of Reciprocity (Simon Gächter)
...how the hell do you add umlauts on the a?
 
@James Well, I have a button on my keyboard for that
ä Ä
You can copy one of those if you want :D
 
Johnathan Haidt referenced it in a ted talk.
@Secespitus Gracias :)
 
@James No problem ;)
 
@James BTW, it should work with holding down [ALT] and then pressing "1" "3" "2" or "1" "4" "2"
@James TED Talks are always nice
Thanks
 
8:20 PM
Haidt is an interesting dude
 
ä Ä woo! I did it.
 
@James I'm proud of you! :D
 
@Secespitus I learned something new today...that means I can be lazy now right?
This is my favorite:
 
Oh yeah, that ones nice, too.
 
9:08 PM
Jo @Green you here?
 
@Green pay attention to us.
 
 
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