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  • Kijamon

    Kijamon

    March 10, 2015, 10:36 pm

    Eh... who cares? My friend cheated on his ex, when he told me, we went out and got drunk that night just like a normal night. If you are that worried about what people think about you then you shouldn't go outside nevermind cheat.

    I once broke up with a girl and had her mum ranting all crazy saying "wait till your parents hear what kind of boy you really are!!!" I couldn't help but laugh because if someone came round to my door and tried to slate me to my folks, they'd tell them to fuck off!

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  • kind1002

    kind1002

    March 10, 2015, 11:12 am

    How about a non profit that operates solely to advance the understanding and come up with solutions to: one of the greatest problems that currently plagues average Americans?

    Of course I am talking about the problem where you are watching a TV program in HD, through your surround sound system, at a volume necessary to hear dialog.....and a commercial comes on.......BAM!!!!!MOTHERFUCKER!!!!

    Now we were always familiar with the volume shift (audiophiles please refrain from the obvious compression comments, etc....the net effect is what we are discussing) of a show vs. the commercials.....but now with HD with Surround the problem has gotten much much worse.

    This has to be stopped!

    Will you help me?

    The beauty of it is: most people hate commercials......most people know instantly what I am talking about....and since it is a Non Profit, everyone feels good about throwing in a couple bucks. It is a uniting issue, not a dividing one.

    I get the most, being at the top of the pyramid, but I am now hiring for all remaining positions.

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  • p3on

    p3on

    March 10, 2015, 8:13 am

    i was saying man cave is a reflection of that definition of 'masculine'

    >How is this a bad thing? How would you change it to be more female friendly? One note - you've done a pretty decent job proving why they came to be already

    i'm just gonna point out i'm a dude but it's not surprising that people on this subreddit assume that anyone that disagrees with them is a chick.

    i'm not saying that "man-caves should be female friendly", i'm saying that the very idea that a guy needs a retreat that is free of female influence is a reflection of his own disdain for femininity. basically i advocate androgyny

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  • shokufeyesib

    shokufeyesib

    March 10, 2015, 6:49 am

    Israel is defying sovereignty by existing...I know you people tend to forget, but there was no Israel until Churchill decided they should create their own control tower in the Middle East in the 40s...So...

    1) Any "invasion" brought on to Israel is for good reason.

    2) They retaliate with inappropriate force; so much so that it is considered a war crime, yet no one can prosecute them.

    3) All the news about Iran being a threat to anyone other their own people is propaganda...ex-president Khatami was willing to halt the nuclear facility production completely back in ~2002-2003, and then Bush decided to for go talks completely called Iran "Axis of Evil" prior attacking Iraq!

    4) 8 years of fear-mongering has blinded the world...but even before anyone could differentiate between Iran and Iraq, Israel has been threatening Iran.

    5) For the same token that Israel is so called "afraid" of Iran with nukes, Iran is afraid of Israel with nukes...so you can't ask one to discard them and not the other...or maybe you can...since Israel never does anything wrong and anyone who dares to criticize is surely an anti-Semite...!

    Edit:

    And you if had read the Salon article by Juan Cole titled "Top Ten Things You Did Not Know About Iran", you would known that it is a misconception and just pure propaganda that A.N. siad "wipe Israel off the map"...its completely false...

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  • SolInvictus

    SolInvictus

    March 10, 2015, 4:31 pm

    That shit has to come naturally. Like, it's gotta roll off the tongue the same way you'd say it in real life, assuming you speak that way. Not many people do, and those who do often do so because they listen to Lewis Black a lot and want to be like him or something.

    There's a big difference between being edgy or irreverent and trying to come off that way on purpose by throwing profane words like 'fuck' and 'shit' around, and using heavy words like 'rape' and 'hate' in places they do not belong. One comes from having a personality that's genuinely like that and the other comes from behaving pretentiously because you think it's "hip".

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  • duus

    duus

    March 11, 2015, 8:47 am

    I think it's part of what Krugman was saying in his article in NYT about "why economists got it wrong" (or whatever the exact title was.) Difficult-to-understand has become a proxy for intelligent and valuable. Unfortunately, obfuscation is easy...especially if you know a little math. Make an assumption, embed it in another assumption, talk about it breezily or cite another paper that makes a similar assumption.

    I hope and believe, however, this isn't the whole story. There can be a return to being clear.

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  • mthmchris

    mthmchris

    March 10, 2015, 11:47 am

    "Insurance" needs to be a part of it, else costs would soar into the stratosphere. If you look at a program like Medicare, it's just a sinkhole - it simply transfers tax dollars into paying for medical coverage. If you look at some of the best single-payer systems in the world (e.g. Hong Kong and Singapore), they're all structured so as to be government run insurance companies.

    So what's the difference? Insurance companies take the premiums and *invest* them (almost always in the bond market), in order to keep up with the inflation of the cost of healthcare coverage. This is why you need an insurance company - an investment intermediary - else costs simply spiral out of control.

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  • Screamager

    Screamager

    March 11, 2015, 6:28 am

    Seen from Europe, at this point it seems like its just a matter of time before your whole country goes down the drain and you turn into a post-apocaliptic anarchy state like has been imagined in so many sci-fi films. There seems to be a complete lack of logic to politics over there. At one point I cared enough to explain other points of view, but observations show it doesn't make a difference , you think everyone having firearms prevents violent crime, paying for healthcare with taxes is communism and will turn the skies red, going to war without clear reasoning is acceptable, and that blind patriotism is the ultimate value, without which a citizen is unworthy. OK then, just stay put and don't try to spread your values elsewhere.

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  • razorblader

    razorblader

    March 11, 2015, 7:44 am

    Abusive men are incredibly clever and manipulative.

    He swept me off my feet in the beginning, and treated me like a princess. Over time he (will refer to as BF boyfriend) managed to alienate me from my work, friends and family. He made himself, my world. Then he turned, almost overnight. We came home one evening from a night out, and I walked down the short path to the front door. I felt a sharp pain and jolt pull me backwards. He had grabbed my hair, pulling me back, insisting he walk ahead of me.

    I didn't sleep that night. What had I done to make him do that to me? He had done it, he had managed to make me think it was my fault, when he in fact assaulted me.

    Over time, he convinced me I didn't deserve, or would find anyone else, who would want me. He knew of my sexual abuse and would taunt me with it, especially after sex. He was depraved and as I already had a somewhat fragile mind, it didn't take long for him to crawl amongst those cracks. I longed to break away from him, but his violent threats against hurting my family, kept me with him. He was fiercely protective of me.

    We were once in a pub, when a man nearby me swore. BF created a massive scene, that resulted in 'taking things outside'. The pub was unfortunately in a quiet area - I followed them both, pleading with BF to leave the other guy alone. I watched as BF pinned him to the ground and stabbed him repeatedly in the face with his keys. I must have been screaming very loudly, as people came to see what the commotion was.* That was the first time I saw his violence towards others. The threats he made against my family now felt more real, more possible.

    Our relationship was very complex and consequently, is an incredibly long story. Like you see in all the dramas, tv shows and movies, the final straw did come, whereby I attacked him and then called the police. I haven't seen him since that day.

    *He served time for this assault.

    Regarding your second point, that is harder to answer, as it's so complicated and not easily written in short form. Suffice to say, my reactions and feelings about the abuse, are standard so to speak. You don't see things clearly as a child, so when an adult in a trusted position takes advantage of that position, you almost don't question it. You think simply, and you blame yourself, else why would it be happening to you? I can only liken it to when children blame themselves if their parents divorce.

    I could go much deeper than that, but that's the simplest and quickest answer I can give.

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  • ExpertOnEverything

    ExpertOnEverything

    March 10, 2015, 2:08 pm

    Please provide links to support your argument. Mass torture and murders of priests and believers in eastern Europe? Targeting of believers by terrorists in Sri Lanka?

    Pardon my assumption, but I find it unlikely that atheist groups would kill like this. It sounds like the work of another religious group. Atheist terrorists? Again, I'm going off complete assumption here. Prove me wrong. Provide links to articles or something regarding these atrocities.

    EDIT: pluralized "terrorists"

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  • Reliant

    Reliant

    March 10, 2015, 1:34 pm

    I'm looking at their actual translation, and it's clear they're losing meaning because they simply don't understand what the words mean.

    > Before: And there went out unto him all the land of Judaea, and they of Jerusalem

    > After: And countless people from the Judaea and Jerusalem went to him

    Big change. They went from an implied "everyone" to an implied "some people didn't". They have also replaced "mightier" with "greater". They replaced the "Holy Ghost" and "Spirit" with the "Divine Guide". Jesus simply "appeared", as if he was a wizard apparating out of nowhere.

    And that's only from looking at 10 verses. It's clearly being "dumbed down" to appeal to the FOX News crowd.

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  • MikeSeth

    MikeSeth

    March 10, 2015, 8:20 pm

    > Revenge eh? Eye for an eye? Is that what happened? You decided to inflict terror on the people of Gaza in revenge for what Hamase did? A bit of collective punishment?

    So you do not contest that Hamas morning rocket barrages constitute a crime, then.

    > I say PROSECUTE! And we will. Best tell your child killing 'friends' that they are not welcome here in Europe. We're preparing for their arrival.

    Good then you should really show the world how your beliefs are consistent with your ideology and start advocating prosecution of Hamas. If you do that maybe I'll treat you differently.

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  • d0_ob

    d0_ob

    March 10, 2015, 10:50 am

    Read about the Shangri-la diet. Start lifting weights, but do not do bicep curls, tricep dips, flys, pec deck or anything that isn't a compound lifting motion. Focus on squats, deadlift, bench press, bent row, standing shoulder dumbell press. These will increase your muscle mass and as a result, your metabolism. Eat less flour, more good vegetables. Don't try a raw food diet. Don't try atkins. Don't use supplements besides creatine (and only do the loading phase, once a month). You won't need a protein supplement until you start getting into > 2 hour lifting sessions. Stay away from pro-hormones. If you can't do cardio, do tabata interval training.

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  • jamesalexander

    jamesalexander

    March 10, 2015, 1:08 pm

    We've come full circle.

    Here's what I'm missing:

    1) Presumably, you know of some test that establishes that we observe all the black holes that exist in the galaxy?

    2)Correct me if I'm wrong, but lensing would require the black hole to occult a light source and x-ray illumination would require matter to be near the black hole. Absent those two conditions, wouldn't the black hole be truly black?

    3)How do we know we've seen the majority of them if we don't have an estimate of how many black holes there should be?

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  • artz1

    artz1

    March 10, 2015, 11:40 pm

    First, I'm glad your son is OK and that you are a caring father to him and his brother. The emotion that you are feeling about this incident and the fact that it has touched you so deeply suggests that you may be feeling something that goes beyond the immediate context of this incident. Since I don't really know you or anything about your own upbringing, I can only speculate on the reasons why this has affected you so deeply. But consider this possibility when you have a quiet moment to yourself - that the childlike voice that you are hearing from your son may have triggered a painful emotional memory from your own past, and that your own inner-child voice may be the one you are really responding to on a deeper emotional level. It sounds very much like your own emotional need to let someone know that you are OK, or to offer forgiveness for a wrong that may have been done to you when you were a small child. Like I said, this is speculation on my part since I don't know anything about your own history, but the way it affected you deeply and the persistence with which it remains on your mind suggests a greater meaning than just a tender moment comforting your son's boo-boo. Let yourself explore your own feelings about this. If you are open to the truth about what you are feeling, it will come to you. If so, embrace it as a pathway to healing. Best wishes.

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  • almafa

    almafa

    March 10, 2015, 8:29 pm

    well i'm fairly sure i'm trying to do something perfectly sensible, what i'm not totally sure is that it really isn't possible, but i couldn't do it. So one simple question: write a type function which composes two functors. It should have the kind signature `Compose :: (*->*)->(*->*)->(*->*)`, and it should satisfy `Compose f g x = f (g x)`, but i want to use it as `Compose f g` and not `Compose f g x` (because that is needed to say `instance (Functor f, Functor g) => instance Functor (Compose f g)`...)

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  • the_nuclear_lobby

    the_nuclear_lobby

    March 10, 2015, 11:10 pm

    >you should try learning about it yourself before relying on others to tell you what to think.

    I always do. Sadly, if everyone did this most (maybe all) organized religion wouldn't even exist since it's maintained by indoctrination and authority.

    >The qualifiers are right there: deviation from normal behaviour. It's clear from easily available statistics - 85% of all humans are religious

    Statistical abnormality simply means it's rarer. Your previous use of the term:

    >This is a recurring symptom in the pathology of atheism.

    was obviously not done the context of rareness, but in the context of assuming atheism as a belief set constitutes a mental disorder.

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  • firexq

    firexq

    March 10, 2015, 3:41 pm

    Gnome 3 is aimed precisely at your mum. Tech people tend to an unrealistic perception of normal peoples' relationship with technology. Specifically, they think non-tech people hate any change. It's the power users that hate change. Non-tech people can be very receptive to it if presented in the right context (see Mac OS X).

    Your mum does not understand hierarchical folders. There's also a possibility that she doesn't understand the difference between internet files and local files. The zeitgeist engine and its aggressive use of recent documents, search, and categories over navigation is perfect for her.

    The Gnome shell is also good for your mum. Your mum uses three programs; you think she likes navigating through a monstrous multistep, multiclick menu to open Writer? No. In Gnome 3 the top half dozen applications are given big emphasis.

    The lack of window tabs in Gnome 3 is good for your mum too. She doesn't understand window management, actually. One activity at a time may not be good for your workflow, but it greatly simplifies hers.

    I think you're projecting your own anger. The same sort of thing happened with MS Office 2007; all the geeks cried that change is always bad, but when the curtain rose the people loved it. Change *can* make the lives of simple users easier, and they appreciate it.

    And by the way, if you're wondering why I know your mum so well, I'm your father. Just thought I'd mention.

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  • pshow

    pshow

    March 11, 2015, 6:04 am

    Nice clip. She's cool, both the music and the outfits.

    Her style of fashion after stardom is not for me, but I think it's a well-marketed image. Not that I think she's faking it, I just think Lady Gaga took it to an extreme and made it work.

    She's a decent performer, and I like her songs, but from this clip you could say she's just simliar to thousands of talented women out there, and there needs to be something extra to pop out from the crowd. You can't just be that girl with a good voice and good keyboard skills.

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  • MikeSeth

    MikeSeth

    March 10, 2015, 10:09 pm

    > Sorry, but quoting the IDF as a source to defend the IDF does not come even close to meeting the minimum standard required for a fact on this matter.

    Sorry, but IDF is the sole authority on IDF, and only IDF has the actual knowledge of what IDF does. I can see why it's difficult to accept that, but, having served in IDF, I trust it more than I would ever would trust you.

    > This was presented by the IDF as fact, just like the facts you quoted to me.

    And it probably is a fact. If it's not, then it's a bad operational mistake, from which IDF would've learned.

    > And the racist state of Israel

    There you go again, it's almost comical watching you.

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  • TheMemo

    TheMemo

    March 11, 2015, 7:31 am

    Tough, that damage has already been done and in academic textbooks, at least, the term is 'gender equality.'

    Feminism as a name for this is consigned to the dustbin of history. Sorry. Just as the Socialist Worker went from being a serious consideration of socialist theory with regard to the larger society to a sensationalist rag for disaffected and ignorant pseudo-marxists, Feminism is now synonymous with idiocy.

    That you don't like that does not matter one jot. Meanings of words and phrases change, groups change, the National Socialist party was pretty innocent until Hitler, for example. Dictionaries are a record of meanings that were, not necessarily that *are.*

    I work profoundly for gender equality, and I work with plenty who have jumped from the sinking ship that is feminism. Personally, I think everyone should embrace the open, non-emotive and gender-neutral term 'gender equality' as a matter of moral principle, anyway.

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  • ScienceGoneWrong

    ScienceGoneWrong

    March 10, 2015, 3:41 pm

    I'm in!

    Should all the Flash Drives contain exactly the same, or should there be some slight differences on them?

    We could, instead of creating just one fictional guy, create a group of fictional characters who have been working together on the project. Some of them know about each others, others are known only by user names, e-mail accounts or similar subtle hints of identities.

    Ah, I can already see the conspiracy forums discussing this! :-)

    Also, should we include some subtle hints linking this to a 2012 apocalypse theory, or would that just be silly?

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  • MrThrowaway

    MrThrowaway

    March 11, 2015, 9:06 am

    Nothing, in fact it is an essential piece of the bedrock of our nation. You wouldn't know it now, but while Jefferson was pressing for the statute of religious freedom in Virginia, one of his strongest allies were the Baptists, a group that was scorned moreso than many of the at-the-time "mainline" faiths. They were actually the group that presented him with a giant wheel of cheese.

    Now, the separation of church and state wasn't intended to create a strict divorce between all things religious and all things civic (such as the French banning the wearing of hijabs in class), it was meant not to favor one religion or religion in general over a lack of religion.

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  • mediaspree

    mediaspree

    March 11, 2015, 12:34 am

    In Boyscouts I once stayed at the camp where "Friday the 13th" was filmed. (not that it has anything to do with the story...but I like saying it lol). Anyway me and one other kid we were on some compass quest and totally lost. Out of nowhere this kid comes up to us and tells us he knows the way and to follow him. After 10 or 15 minutes he comes up to a rock pile points to it and says "This is where I died" My friend and I sort of look at at each other and when we turn back to the kid he is gone.

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  • Ocin

    Ocin

    March 10, 2015, 9:06 pm

    Sure. Firstly, there has never been a true laissez faire system for any serious length of time in history. This argues against laissez faire capitalism being a viable system. Secondly, all developed country have either mixed, or social democratic economies. This again also indicates that laissez faire capitalism is to risky and unstable to implement. Thirdly, there is an optimum level of economic (de)regulation after which any more deregulation leads to rapid deterioration in economic and social conditions especially an increase in corruption and wealth disparities and inequalities culminating in the establishment of a large impoverished majority and plutocratic/oligarchic elite. This is clearly where the US is fast heading

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  • naasking

    naasking

    March 10, 2015, 9:58 pm

    > Why we should we deny coverage to processes which can be implemented in software, but permit coverage to processes that have to be implemented in hardware?

    Because the marginal cost of hardware production is high, using real materials, resources and labour which cost a lot of money (think tooling and fabrication plants), while the marginal cost of software reproduction is near zero (think, "ftp 'local file' 'ftp server'). People producing innovative hardware require protection in order to recoup the costs of investing in building up production capacity.

    Software has no such costs. This is why only software that is tied to a specific machine should be patentable according to the Supreme Court. Your description of a process is easily described as a custom machine, which makes it eminently patentable; even the software version of your process is tied to a particular machine which controls pressures, temperatures, etc., so while the software itself should not be patentable, the software as part of the overall machine is.

    I would agree with patenting software to the extent that the duration of patents reflects the marginal cost of production. Software patents would thus have a term less than a year, while existing patents enjoy their 14-20 year terms.

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