Fake meat grown in labs might make investors rich, but it’s a nightmare for human health by TheRealPanzer in Health

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I’m an omnivore but the Impossible burger is so fucking good.

Bottom shelf vodka by AmericanMuskrat in pics

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I heard if you run it through a Brita a few times it comes out tasting top shelf. I have not tried it yet.

Why don't you guys advertise more on reddit? by yabbit in SaidIt

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I imagine that advertising a competitor will get you banned.

It might in some cases. Whenever I tried to promote saidit my comments were deleted.

What is up with US zoomers? by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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I wish you hadn't deleted your original reply. It was thought-provoking and I wanted to respond with some additional comments. Anyway, I agree that as a parent of any generation there's only so much you can do.

Degenerate anti white shit is everywhere all the time now, and is even mandatory for college students.

I'm an older Millennial and even I was exposed to some of this in school. It's ghastly now though.

What is up with US zoomers? by casparvoneverec in debatealtright

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What are your thoughts on the other living generations? I'd especially like to hear what you think of Gen X since they parented Gen Z.

Only morally right facts are allowed to be shared by GrilledTofu in TumblrInAction

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It'd be a real shame if someone buried the data.

Only morally right facts are allowed to be shared by GrilledTofu in TumblrInAction

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Usually when this comes up it’s rooted in the fear that if certain information comes to light it will be used to legitimize the oppression of others, that the descriptive will become proscriptive. It’s an understandable fear imo but I don’t think suppression of inquiry is the right way to handle it.

trans suicides history? by Challenge in GenderCritical

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This would be a good one to ask on s/GCdebatesQT.

Feeling *actual depression* from the loss of r/TiA by Pure_Aeternus in TumblrInAction

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I don't see any posts on this subsaidit about the holocaust. I think you must have been browsing another sub or the forum at large.

Feeling *actual depression* from the loss of r/TiA by Pure_Aeternus in TumblrInAction

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Yes. It's time for self-styled liberals to re-embrace the actual liberal value of tolerance: if you don't like it, don't read it. Or debate it. You are free to do that here. Or click the 'hide' button under the post, or block the user or mute the sub. Users are also free to do those things here.

Category-judging by trident765 in nonmorons

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Like any heuristic it trades accuracy for cognitive efficiency. I think the practice is especially widespread these days due to the rise of identity politics, and thus the tendency to view things as primarily representative of ascribed group values. And because ideology has increasingly supplanted epistemological soundness in education, people aren't as quick to recognize the guilt by association fallacy.

are you ugly? by yelgy in AskSaidIt

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I don't take it that far, but I think that pretty much all fit people are at least average looking, often better.

Dirty, smelly man omg just wash dammit! by Chocolatepudding in GenderCritical

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and a lesbian rejected him sexually

Let’s be realistic, she could be straight and would probably still reject him.

Does dysfunction affect the definitions of male and female? by KimiORabu in GenderCritical

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You are not offering a functional system to define or classify things, you are instead pretending such can not exist, which leaves it and all things to be declared by those with the most power.

political postmodernism in a nutshell

High and low exercise intensity found to influence brain function differently by soundsituation in Fitness

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Researchers discovered that low-intensity exercise triggers brain networks involved in cognition control and attention processing, while high-intensity exercise primarily activates networks involved in affective/emotion processing.

Can the gender continuum test predict whether you are male or female? by soundsituation in GenderCritical

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My results:

Based on your answers to the personality questions...

Our machine learning model predicts that (if you identify as "male" or "female") you have a:

  • 64% chance of being Female
  • 36% chance of being Male

People really do seem worse online than in person by trident765 in nonmorons

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Is Gen-Z authoritarian?

Yes, but I still think you'd find that in person they're much more laid back than they are online. Most of them anyway. The internet tends to make people performative.

Children who play team sports tend to have better mental health outcomes than kids who don't: study by AmericanMuskrat in Health

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Maybe, but I was also trying to address the finding that I quoted in my response, that individual sport athletes fare worse in mental health than students who don't do any sports at all. There must be a reason that individual exercise supports mental health but individual sports evidently do not, which is why I think competition/pressure must be a factor. And again, in American schools individual sports are done with teams. I agree that they're less mutually dependent than team sports, but they still foster team bonding, mutual accountability and working towards shared goals. But yeah I'm not especially surprised that team > individual, more that no sports > individual.

Flowering Catnip by AmericanMuskrat in gardening

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Cool, I’ll try eating it as is next time I have some.

Children who play team sports tend to have better mental health outcomes than kids who don't: study by AmericanMuskrat in Health

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However, to our surprise, youth who participated in only individual sports, such as gymnastics or tennis, had more mental health difficulties compared to those who did not participate in organized sports," the study said.

I wonder why that is, especially since, at the school level anyway, individual sports are organized within a team framework. My guess is that it’s because individual performances are much more high-pressure and anxiety producing. Take away the competitive element from individual sports and you basically just have exercise, which ofc benefits mental health. There might also be an insane parent factor at play; sports like gymnastics and figure skating get a lot of those.

Flowering Catnip by AmericanMuskrat in gardening

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It's nice in a dry herb vaporizer too. Won't get you high, but it tastes like sweetgrass and is mildly relaxing.

Nietzsche's (Surprisingly Sound) Advice on Choosing a Spouse | The Art of Manliness by carn0ld03 in Relationships

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I agree strongly with all of this. And I like that he specified mutual admiration rather than mutual respect. While respect is vital to a good relationship and probably sufficient for a good marriage, I think you need mutual admiration for true romantic love. You need to idealize each other a little bit.

The only thing I'd add to this is passion. Lust doesn't actually really fade in my experience. Maybe you don't fuck every day like you did in the beginning, but desire is pretty consistently present if the relationship is good. And yes, people age, but attraction dynamically adapts as you get older. I wasn't attracted to 40 year olds when I was 18 but I am now. And I'm not attracted to people in their 60s now but I'm sure I will be when I'm around that age.

Anyway that's my tangent. Great list.

Join s/getthetout! by NoMorePatriarchy in GenderCritical

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When you're so against racism that you introduce racism . . . maybe you went too far. California high school to introduce race-based grading criteria by iamonlyoneman in racism

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They can no longer be docked for missing class, misbehaving in school or failing to turn in their assignments, according to the plan.
By training teachers to remove the non-academic factors from their grading practices

I can see the argument for exempting behavioral issues from grading criteria. I'm not sure I agree with it, but I can see it. And as for demographic impact that would actually help boys more than anyone else. But how is homework a "non-academic factor"?

38 percent of OPRF sophomore students taking the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) failed.

I didn't actually know you could fail the SAT. Is that a new thing? More to the point, though, how are any of these new policies going to raise SAT scores?

Also, it looks like this school is in Illinois, not California.

Why don't you niggas actually try to create some original content? by yabbit in whatever

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Speaking of poop and asking uncomfortable questions, this saiditter could use some help: https://saidit.net/s/darknetmarkets/comments/9b5h/how_do_i_make_jenkem/

McDonald's is selling its Russian business to a current Siberian licensee by Sunshine14 in WorldNews

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Elon Musk puts Twitter (TWTR) deal on hold pending supporting info on bot stats by AmericanMuskrat in news

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Thanks for the well thought out reply. I think everything you've laid out here makes sense, although despite knowing how curated some sites are I was not aware of how widespread the practice of erasing all discussion of infiltration is. I think that is probably the biggest contributor to the general lack of awareness.

Also admins don't want to show any public weakness to attackers, or else attackers might get ideas and new motivations.

I could be wrong, but I think the list of motivations is quite small and that once you're aware of it you can usually see through the superficially different manifestations.

Elon Musk puts Twitter (TWTR) deal on hold pending supporting info on bot stats by AmericanMuskrat in news

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What I find almost as disturbing as the presence of bots and shills is that most people aren't even aware of them. This is the only forum I visit where it seems like a majority of users understand that social media/news infiltration exists (communities.win might be wise to it too but I'm not there enough to know).

I'm curious as to whether this has also been your experience, and if so, why you think that is.

/s/altrightmemes removed from all by Markimus in SaidIt

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Jews posting wild conspiracies

Could you be more specific? Are you talking about covid stuff or what?

Stupidity in Colorado State. And no, this isn't satire. by NoMorePatriarchy in TumblrInAction

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Brought to you by the same school that offers 17 discrete resources for students "affected by free speech events".

women relationships by [deleted] in Bisexuals

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It has meaning, but the message is the opposite of what you might expect. All that stuff signals to me that a woman isn't attracted to me. Sexual attraction creates tension and anxiety (just normal situational anxiety, not the pathological kind), even in confident women. If there's easy breeze friendliness I know it's most likely platonic. If I feel tension on the other hand I know we're doing the dance.

How Democrats Con You Into Voting On Abortion Crisis They Created! (18:33) ~ The Jimmy Dore Show by JasonCarswell in politics

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He criticizes Trump for being a populist who didn't follow through on any of the promises that got him elected, and he criticizes the establishment in general for being a one-party oligarchy. I don't think he's shilling for the right at all. In fact, except for free speech and vaccine/mask mandates, I don't know of a single issue on which he agrees with Republicans. But it's true that the vast majority of his criticism targets the American left. I actually just listened to an interview he did with Triggernometry where he explains why; he quotes someone (can't remember the name) who basically says that if you want policy to move left, you have to push Democrats left. Sure you can complain about Republicans opposing progressive initiatives, but everyone already knows about that, and Republicans don't claim any different. The Democrats somehow still have a veneer of progressivism, but by and large they don't back it up. They also do the same things that Republicans get (sometimes rightly) called out for, but few seem to call them on it or even be aware of it. That's why Dore leverages most of his criticism at the left.

SOCKS IS BANNED. by JasonCarswell in news

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SOCKS IS BANNED. by JasonCarswell in news

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I think that's the point. Carlson has mainstream appeal and platforms people that disenchanted leftists/democrats listen to, like Dore and Gabbard. People like socks probably don't hate Carlson as much for his politics as they do for the threat he poses to the establishment narrative and/or Democratic party solidarity.

Are calls to violence allowed on saidit? by Blackbrownfreestuff in debatealtright

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I've just removed the two comments in question. By the way, users aren't notified if you ping them in the body of a post. You have to mention them in a comment.

u/magnora7

Bruce Willis' daughter Scout goes bra-less under clinging crop top by AmericanMuskrat in Boobs

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Hot, although it seems more accurate to say she's going shirtless and only wearing a bra.

So... The hard lemonade works. by AmericanMuskrat in whatever

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These typos stand testament to the effectiveness.

Thanks. I love lemons, and booze.

So... The hard lemonade works. by AmericanMuskrat in whatever

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So what is the procedure for this?

FilePizza - a free peer-to-peer file transfers in your browser by TheRealPanzer in Internet

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This is very awesome 🍕

The Snake Oil reference chart. It charts popular supplements by the amount of scientific evidence backing them. The stuff you should be taking is at the very top. by [deleted] in Health

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No link :/
Sounds interesting though

Biden’s Five Million Mystery Income by MagicMike in SaidIt

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Removing this because

This is Saidit's main sub for things related to the saidit.net website itself

but feel free to repost in s/politics, s/news or s/whatever, or any other appropriate sub.

Yikes...that didn't age well. Hypocrisy is just a means to an end to consolidate more power. Robert Reich is Jewish, but then again of course he is. by Chipit in politics

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This is the guy who said free speech is every authoritarian’s dream.

Why are children joyful? by platonic1 in Philosophy

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I should have been more specific. What other options are there? How do you know there will be other options?

Why are children joyful? by platonic1 in Philosophy

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don't go into the tunnel of light when you die

Where else are we supposed to go?

The Cranberries - Ode To My Family by MarkJefferson in music

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Cranberries songs get me dangerously close to crying in public.

I bet you haven't been as lucky as to read these books. by PenTears in books

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What changed?

Which American politicians do you support? by soundsituation in debatealtright

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Thanks, this is the kind of answer I was hoping for.

Banned from Big Tech Platforms and my barbershop of several years

Wow

This biotech startup thinks it can delay menopause by 15 years. That would transform women’s lives. by soundsituation in women

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Glad you enjoyed the article. I share your concerns - this could be wonderful or dangerous or some mix of tradeoffs. I'm excited about it though. If this works it wouldn't just extend the window of fertility; it could reduce or delay the risk of developing osteoporosis, heart disease, dementia, and alopecia.

The Approach I Support in Ukraine [Another LONG One - I can't help myself - it's in my nature...] by StillLessons in Antiwar

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In the past year or so I've seen this technique pop up frequently on reddit and in other auth-left spaces, where someone will explicitly challenge you to condemn x, and if you refuse to engage in compelled speech you're accused of supporting x.

The mystery of Siberia's exploding craters by KateWilson in Togetherforever

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weird sub name for that

Do you support Putin's approaches in Ukraine? Yes or no? by [deleted] in AskSaidIt

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I am anti-war.

Saidit CSS updates April 2, 2022 by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Looks good now:) 👍

Saidit CSS updates April 2, 2022 by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Yeah, the first link looks fine and the other one has the issue the issue I was talking about. Thanks for caring! I appreciate the work.

Saidit CSS updates April 2, 2022 by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Things are looking weird on mobile. Some comments appear in elderly-friendly (but margin-unfriendly) large print and some show up tiny. On the plus side I love that comments are now above the sidebar.

The mystery of Siberia's exploding craters by KateWilson in Togetherforever

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What is this sub about?

Refusing to apologize can have psychological benefits (and we issue no mea culpa for this research finding) by GeorgeCarlin in Psychology

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This explains why narcissists never apologize. It threatens their already fragile sense of self esteem.

I've been with a liar for 15 years by Greykittymomma in Relationships

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It's easy for a person on the internet to tell you to end the relationship, and that is my first instinct, but 15 years + a kid is significant. If you decide that you're still invested in this, I recommend sex addiction treatment for him and couples therapy for you both. As to the latter, get someone who uses either the Gottman method or EFT (emotionally focused therapy). Both have a 70% success rate, by far the highest of any modality.

Blind lesbians by reluctant_commenter in LGBmemes

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wholesome facts

On the term 'social justice warrior' by LarrySwinger2 in Terminology

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Fascinating. I thought it referred to having awoken from a "false consciousness" and being able to see the hidden machinations of intersectional power structures. That's too bad that the term was co-opted.

No more tomboys, only boys by soundsituation in GenderCritical

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This is from a training module put out by the APGO, the Association of Professors of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Thanks to u/DickFreeBacon for the link and the title inspiration.

The whole point of objecting is that William has such advantage that he likely would win even with no training. What a disingenuous asshat. by CleverFoolOfEarth in GenderCritical

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Athletes who use performance enhancing drugs train incredibly hard. Given that “Lia” ditched the men’s team for the women’s, you probably could criticize his work ethic, but that’s obviously not the main point of contention.

Vegetarian propaganda fail by [deleted] in ShitpostNews

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Broccoli is super healthy, no need to make up lies to promote it.

On the term 'social justice warrior' by LarrySwinger2 in Terminology

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It’s pretty much been replaced by “woke”, which was also began as self-descriptor and turned into an out-group pejorative.

What do they call themselves now?

Midterms by aaarrgh in whatever

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The choice is clear.

Biden Admin Bans Unvaccinated Tennis Ace Djokovic From Competing by Drewski in VaccineSkepticism

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How Long-Term Benzodiazepine Use Leads to Cognitive Impairments - Neuroscience News by [deleted] in Health

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How much were you taking?

Eating Your First Meal: Is it Better to Eat Before or After Workout? by rudolfweston in Fitness

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What is the goal? Because if it's to have a good workout (and by that I mean enjoying yourself during and recovering as quickly as possible afterwards) then the answer is both. But if it's weight loss or autophagy, after.

Schizophrenic voices much more negative now than in previous eras by soundsituation in Psychology

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From section 3.3 Culture:

Mitchell and Vierkant (1989) compared two samples of patients with schizophrenia from the same hospital but who were hospitalized during two distinct periods: those admitted from 1933 to 1939 and those admitted from 1986 to 1987. The files reporting delusions and/or hallucinations were then examined. Differences were found regarding the primary sources of the AVH. The 1930s group reported sources that were religious in nature (God, the Holy Ghost, spirits) while the 1980s reported sources that were religious, secular and technological (God, devils/demons, doctor, scanner, television, radio). Differences were observed concerning content of AVH and in particular for command hallucinations: 1930s: benign and religious (“be a better person”, “live right”, be good and go to heaven”, “lean on the Lord”); 1980s: negative and destructive (“kill oneself/others”, “do perverse things”, “set fire to the lawn”). Finally, there were reported differences in terms of affective content of the AVH: “We want to go to heaven” versus “You will be crucified for your sins”. The cultural milieu may hence increase the probability of AVH having negative content.

C'est le merde du chaval: Quebec restaurant pulls name of beloved cultural dish to virtue signal. by hfxB0oyA in ThatsRetarded

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That really is retarded.

Why do people love america so much by yabbit in whatever

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A lot of people, myself included, remember 2015 as being the turning point. Wtf happened that year?

Nukemap still down by jet199 in Internet

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It's working for me now.

Putin should get a Nobel peace prize or something... by platonic1 in whatever

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I was going to post this in question form, but your way is funnier. Has anyone seen ANY covid coverage since this thing began? I haven't heard a peep.

Ukrainian tractor steals Russian APC by [deleted] in funny

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Could you try resubmitting with the specific link?

TRA claims every cell can be sperm or egg by [deleted] in GenderCritical

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Did you upvote this with your u/SetFireToTheRain account?

Trans College Swimmer Lia Thomas Lets Junk Hang Out In Locker Room, Female Teammates Say, And Coach Won't Do Anything About It by CleverFoolOfEarth in GenderCritical

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It’s a great idea. It would also be way more exciting than a swim meet whose results are an illegitimate foregone conclusion.