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"Let’s, for example, consider this modified version of the DG: As in the classic DG dictators can decide how to split their $10. After they have made their decision, but right before its implementation, the experimenter intervenes offering the following option: either dictators can go ahead with their decision and divide the amount of money as intended, or they can choose to exit the game without letting the recipient know about the game in the first place. So in fact, this game was not played under perfect information as assumed by the dictator. Pretty sneaky! The experimenter explains that the quiet exit costs $1, thus if they exit they will get $9 and the recipient gets nothing. How do people react? If people were truly motivated to ensure fair distributive outcomes, they should of course not choose the exit option and go for a fair split. But as it turns out, between 28% and 43% of the participants chose the exit option. These participants initially decided to split fairly but as soon as they knew the recipient was not expecting anything, they behaved selfishly. Worse than this, they were even willing to pay money to make sure others will not find out."
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Olen 80% täydellinen tyttöystävä.
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Mulla puuttui koko elementti, piti erikseen ottaa adblock pois päältä että sain sen linkin
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Kinda surprised it took that long:

"After only four weeks, children formed stereotypes about their color groups. They liked their own group better than the other group. Red-shirted children would say, “Those blue-shirt kids are not as smart as the red-shirt kids.” Just like they do with gender, they said that “all blue kids” act one way and “no red kids” act another way (this differed based on which group they were in). They began to segregate themselves, playing with kids from their own color group more than with those from the other group."
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We don't need no stinkin' rules.
The world relies on rules and regulations to run in an orderly fashion. But there's a few people out there who are rebels. They won't follow your rules – they're their own masters. This post is for the first-world anarchists – the revolutionaries who don't care about your rules. OK, so ...
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First I took Manse, now I take Berlin.
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A writer's career advancement.
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The greatest romantic of all time.
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"You would be sad if you went to the hospital to have your appendix removed, and the surgeon opened you up, and she said, “I DIDN’T EXPECT YOUR LIVER TO HAVE GILLS,” and then she proceeded with her original surgical plan, despite the fact that you’re apparently a mer-person. Being a mer-person should have non-ignorable ramifications in the material universe. Similarly, if a Web page thinks than an object should be initialized, but the object has no initialization method, the browser shouldn’t laugh about it and then proceed under the assumption that the rest of the page is agnostic about whether its objects are composed of folly."
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Unicafe tarjosi hyvät kasvispihvit. Palvelu jäi kuitenkin puolitiehen. #steakandbj
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Tai sitten et vain tunnistanut bj:n kasvisversiota. Minulla kyllä ei ole mitään käsitystä siitä, mitä se voisi olla.
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    Computer Science, 1996 - 2008
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