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  1. The reductive Trump of Pop

    When she starts vaselining the lenses.
  2. China will rate its citizens

    I have a certain fondness for opinionated Brits with big guns.
  3. Last night at the premiere of the film Ghostland.
  4. China will rate its citizens

    So he's your number one? I get it.
  5. China will rate its citizens

    That's fine. To finally be complete, I just need to find a 04. You busy tonight?
  6. China will rate its citizens

    I find a 07 is often underrated in other key areas, like cooking or holding doors.
  7. China will rate its citizens

    Damn, I don't like the sight of those zeroes. Oh well, only 93 points more to perfection. Gotta have goals.
  8. China will rate its citizens

    From Doting to Doxxing: A History of Madonna Fan Boards. An Unlikely Romance.
  9. China will rate its citizens

    We should pay hommage to this upcoming new world utopia, sure to raise both awareness and some much needed obedience, by rating each other here on MNation.
  10. Big data meets Big Brother as China moves to rate its citizens The Chinese government plans to launch its Social Credit System in 2020. The aim? To judge the trustworthiness – or otherwise – of its 1.3 billion residents Kevin Hong By Rachel Botsman Saturday 21 October 2017 On June 14, 2014, the State Council of China published an ominous-sounding document called "Planning Outline for the Construction of a Social Credit System". In the way of Chinese policy documents, it was a lengthy and rather dry affair, but it contained a radical idea. What if there was a national trust score that rated the kind of citizen you were? Imagine a world where many of your daily activities were constantly monitored and evaluated: what you buy at the shops and online; where you are at any given time; who your friends are and how you interact with them; how many hours you spend watching content or playing video games; and what bills and taxes you pay (or not). It's not hard to picture, because most of that already happens, thanks to all those data-collecting behemoths like Google, Facebook and Instagram or health-tracking apps such as Fitbit. But now imagine a system where all these behaviours are rated as either positive or negative and distilled into a single number, according to rules set by the government. That would create your Citizen Score and it would tell everyone whether or not you were trustworthy. Plus, your rating would be publicly ranked against that of the entire population and used to determine your eligibility for a mortgage or a job, where your children can go to school - or even just your chances of getting a date. A futuristic vision of Big Brother out of control? No, it's already getting underway in China, where the government is developing the Social Credit System (SCS) to rate the trustworthiness of its 1.3 billion citizens. The Chinese government is pitching the system as a desirable way to measure and enhance "trust" nationwide and to build a culture of "sincerity". As the policy states, "It will forge a public opinion environment where keeping trust is glorious. It will strengthen sincerity in government affairs, commercial sincerity, social sincerity and the construction of judicial credibility." for the rest: http://www.wired.co.uk/article/chinese-government-social-credit-score-privacy-invasion
  11. The reductive Trump of Pop

    The longtime girlfriend of someone in my family is like that. The scenes I've witnessed! I can always imagine Graga doing the same.
  12. The reductive Trump of Pop

    Yes, absolutely. I'd say she shows all of them.
  13. The reductive Trump of Pop

    It does seem to echo her previous slave assistant's statement who told on her in court. What a horrible person!
  14. The reductive Trump of Pop

    boo-hoo, I'm so blessed, God has taken time from his precious job of looking out for the whole of humanity and focused all energies on my god-given gifts so that I ... boo-hoo... could... snif... could finally do this wonderful gift of life for you all, this ... TV SHOW, yes, it is GOD's GIFT TO YOU from MEEEEEE. what a fucking narcissist!