Forumosa political standing test


#101

Hmm, still wonder what their relationship with Facebook is.


#102

They simply used facebook’s login API as a way to verify unique logins, no different from candy crush and tons of other phone apps.

I have absolutely no love for facebook, so if I have a choice not to sign in with facebook, I won’t. At the same time, some people would rather not give out their email address. It’s just a matter of preference.


#103

I’ll still probably give it a miss. The less a university in “Virginia” knows about me, the better.


#104

Soros funds some universities in Virginia.


#105

Soros doesn’t scare me…it’s the spooks that scare me.


#106

I knew it was him. Even when it was Facebook and the university of Virginia. I knew it was soros

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#108

Jonathan Haidt is associated with the project; he writes about it in his (excellent) book The Righteous Mind


#109

I find it hilarious that Milker and BD won’t even give Jonathan Haidt’s work a chance. Oh the irony.

Jonathan Haidt is the most anti-PC, pro-republican scholar in social sciences these days XD


#110

He’s certainly on that spectrum!


#111

His book is actually on my reading list and in my Kindle. I plan on reading it when I have a little time, but I’ve been really busy lately.


#112

What’s this got to do with me?


#113

You’re a right-wing fanatic. Didn’t you know? :grin:


#114

Cause you implied that study by Haidt might be connected with Soros?


#115

That’s an ongoing joke about Soros conspiracy theories.


#116

Never heard this one. Where is this joke told? How does it go?


#117

Several posters have been linking anything bad or unfortunate with Soros.


#118

:grinning:

Oh, that one. Got it.


#119