Baltimore Metro Rogues Gallery: Dec. 8-14

Check out the links below and remember, an arrest does not equal a conviction.

Each week we'll present a round-up of mugshots from around the Baltimore Metro region.

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34 Face State And Federal Drug Trafficking Charges

Teenager Allegedly Killed Man While His Family Was Present

Baltimore Man Arrested For Allegedly Attacking Good Samaritan

1ke December 20, 2012 at 01:13 AM
"Some people have suggested that the Turing Test is chauvinistic: it only recognizes intelligence in things that are able to sustain a conversation with us. Why couldn't it be the case that there are intelligent things that are unable to carry on a conversation, or, at any rate, unable to carry on a conversation with creatures like us?" Heh heh. You can just Google it.
Buzz Beeler December 20, 2012 at 01:44 AM
You stated it correctly by the use of your own words. As you stated the quotations were dropped after the reader became aware of the usage and application of he word. "Buzz, you have got to understand that errors that interfere with the reader's ability to make sense of what you write are always prior to details of punctuation and capitalization.", is your quote. You are falsely assuming the readers ability to know what the term is and fairly so. My reference of the usage of proper nouns is universal in the English language and middle school material. Frank did not use quotation marks in his first and only reference leaving one to guess what he was referring to. If Frank was correct than you are implying that those at Standford are wrong in their application of using quotations in he beginning of the article. They use the punctuated version often. It seems no matter what the topic is you don't have the capacity to admit you may not be correct. Your lack of identity and expertise also does little for your comments as you lack the sufficient credentials to make those objective remarks. I don't understand why. You want the respect but do little (idenity, background, comments) to earn it. I've admitted many times when I'm wrong. Go back and look at my one big blog to the fire chief. You last sentence is indicative of what I'm saying. Another wisecrack.
1ke December 20, 2012 at 03:06 AM
Stanford uses it both ways. Why? In this case, the portion is correctly read aloud as follows: The So-Called Turing Test. Minutia, Buzz. You're right and I am wrong. Fine. And what is Turing's Test? If you can't answer in the next instant, you are fraud and a hypocrite.
Buzz Beeler December 20, 2012 at 03:22 AM
You guys are not writing in complete sentences. There a numerous ways to write Hoville. They have different meanings. The one you are referring to, I think requires a hyphen. Stanford 1ke - is not a complete sentence.
1ke December 20, 2012 at 03:53 AM
The subject and the verb were understood. "Standford" was a predicate nominative. It was a case of direct address.


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