KKinksters was founded by fans of KINK and ALTERNATIVE LIFESTYLES who believe in the need for a freely available live chat medium.We're run BY Kinksters FOR Kinksters, and for anyone else interested in the world of kink and fetish, as well as for anyone involved or interested in the BDSM, S&M and D/s lifestyles...The Western Sydney MP wouldn't answer Buzz Feed News' questions as to whether Nelson had breached the government's social media guidelines.
As some noted "Tay really lost it" and the biggest embarrassment was for Microsoft which had no idea its "A.
I." would implode so spectacularly and right in front of everyone.
When asked if his account had been hacked, Nelson replied "no".
He justified his comments by telling friends that homosexuality "is not as special as marriage" and supporting homosexual marriage is "left wing". I intend for that plebiscite to be fought and won by those who believe in protecting marriage.
project built by the Microsoft Technology and Research and Bing teams, in an effort to conduct research on conversational understanding. According to Market Watch, "she” was intended to tweet “like a teen girl” and was designed to “engage and entertain people where they connect with each other online through casual and playful conversation.” The chat algo is able to perform a number of tasks, like telling users jokes, or offering up a comment on a picture you send her, for example.
." Microsoft initially created "Tay" in an effort to improve the customer service on its voice recognition software.Call this a training ground for arguments," he wrote.Nelson wrote he believes only a lifelong commitment where the children have both mother and father is "special" enough to "deserve the title of marriage" and that legalising same sex marriage will "have a bunch of unseen consequence".On the left is the mummy of Queen Tiye, Tutankhamun's grandmother, and the right a mummy of an Egyptian Pharaoh estimated to have lived in Ptolemaic dynastic period (305 BC - 30 AD).Pharaohs varied less in height than common Egyptians suggesting inbreeding was rife among royals'The study shows some evidence for consanguineous (incestuous) marriages in a reliable, non-invasive way,' Barry Bogin, professor of biological anthropology at Loughborough University told Discovery News.Previous DNA testing of King Tutankhamun has revealed the Pharaoh was born from a marriage between sibling.