is there a name for the following thing? Suppose you have two sets, each with four members:
{1,2,3,4} and {·,·,·,·}
each of the four members is distinguishable from the others in its set. but take them "out" and the latter set's members are indistinguishable from one another.

is there a name for the following thing? Suppose you have two sets, each with four members:
{1,2,3,4} and {·,·,·,·}
each of the four members is distinguishable from the others in its set. but take them "out" and the latter set's members are indistinguishable from one another.

ha ha I replied to 50 student emails today ha ha ha I'm never going to finish this dissertation ha

a very Funny Joke by the Child:

He does not want to eat any food.
But—get this!—he needs food to live!

hilarious.

duolingo perma-death: every time you run out of hearts you have to start over on a new language

thank you for this thread
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I’m seeing APA Eastern Division Meeting posts and thinking back on how hard that annual event was for me. +
twitter.com/corsent/status/121

thank you for this thread
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RT @corsent@twitter.activitypub.actor
I’m seeing APA Eastern Division Meeting posts and thinking back on how hard that annual event was for me. +
twitter.com/corsent/status/121

RT @unabanned@twitter.activitypub.actor
Yesterday the new york times dropped a story confirming that Rockafeller sabotaged president Carter and worked with terrorists on behalf of Ronald Reagan to rig a presidential election and encourage America to engage in the middle east, and literally no one fucking cares.

I'm sure I'm not the first person to think of this, but muting the 50 most common English words was a great idea.

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