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  • the_nuclear_lobby

    the_nuclear_lobby

    March 11, 2015, 6:02 am

    >Perhaps you should look up "pathology" in a dictionary before you lose your temper?

    Did you just ask me to look something up after refuting the need for a citation for your own claim?

    Here's my definition of pathology, no dictionary needed: _saying something is a disease._

    >Atheism is pathological in that represents a deviation from a normal condition

    Determination of what constitutes 'normal' behaviour is not a settled question in abnormal psychology. You're statement that atheism is abnormal with no qualifiers is debatable.

    >Actually that's one of the key behaviours in atheism - the refusal to learn and research before taking a position.

    Seriously? I would say it's ability to reject information that has no evidence supporting it. If you think atheists by and large are less informed than your average bible-thumper, I'd be very interested to visit your neck of the woods.

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  • ppinard

    ppinard

    March 10, 2015, 7:31 am

    Feasible 1 : capable of being done or carried out <a feasible plan> (Webster)

    I agree, stopping premarital / extramarital sex would be an *effective* solution, but it definitely is not *feasible*, That's like telling an alcoholic or smoker to have some self control and quit already - its great that you apparently have the willpower to keep yourself in check, but it is obvious from looking at many metrics such as teen birth and abortion rates that many do not.

    Merely scorning those who don't live up to your standards or morality is not a solution, its part of the problem.

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  • jbarket

    jbarket

    March 10, 2015, 11:12 pm

    Unfortunately, this is pretty sound advice.

    I had a... let's say one-third life crisis... not too long ago. My expenses are fairly small, so I thought about trading in my long time career for something that was creative and entertaining. I'm not a top tier photographer, but I do have places I shine to the point that I'm employable in the field.

    But once I started thinking about how impossible it was going to be to continue buying gear, affording to have time off to go shoot during what would normally be work hours, et cetera I realized how ridiculous it was.

    The one thing I'll say is that it *is possible* to have a good handle on your finances as a full time photographer. However, betting on that person being you is like being a writer and assuming that you're going to make real money off of the first novel you write (let alone get published). We don't associate these things a lot anymore, but your odds of being a rock star are about as good as your odds of being at the top of any other creative field.

    Learn everything you can, shoot every day, *and have a backup plan*.

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  • ppinard

    ppinard

    March 10, 2015, 6:40 am

    Feasible 1 : capable of being done or carried out <a feasible plan> (Webster)

    I agree, stopping premarital / extramarital sex would be an *effective* solution, but it definitely is not *feasible*, That's like telling an alcoholic or smoker to have some self control and quit already - its great that you apparently have the willpower to keep yourself in check, but it is obvious from looking at many metrics such as teen birth and abortion rates that many do not.

    Merely scorning those who don't live up to your standards or morality is not a solution, its part of the problem.

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  • averyv

    averyv

    March 11, 2015, 2:37 am

    the current configuration of any party is only representative of the people who voted in their name. there are still many legitimate republican individuals who sincerely want to have a good political discussion on the national stage.

    unfortunately, neither the republicans nor democrats in power want this to happen. even you are discouraging it, marginalizing the entire ideology for a fairly small number of savvy business men and a fairly large number of idiots, many of whom would follow whoever led them, under whatever name.

    the republican party has power, and to take your line on the situation, in my opinion, is a step in the wrong direction.

    edit: i would also like to point out that in your request for _traditional_ liberal/conservative polling, the current republican party would not likely be either fiscally or socially conservative. i'm not sure what that means for this discussion, but it is an interesting point at least.

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  • bostonmolasses

    bostonmolasses

    March 11, 2015, 3:21 am

    i would suggest realizing that the majority of the oceans are unexplored. there are still new species of animals, plants, and insects constantly being discovered.

    on a separate note, there are plenty of exciting parts of the world. you just need to not be complacent and think that because the area around you is manicured and developed, that the whole world is. hell you could go to alaska, new hampshire, or montana. travel to asia. there is plenty to explore and discover there. you just seem to have lost your sense of wonder at the world. go to the Niagara falls or the grand canyon and marvel at the natural world. go to a state park and walk the trails (don't get lost). explore an old industrial park (not the safest but in a group it can be fun). don't just complain about the world being boring and that there is nothing to do.

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  • delicat

    delicat

    March 10, 2015, 2:33 pm

    Duh. Look at the vast number of products available with "free shipping" on Amazon.com. I live an hour from the US border, and I can't get that stuff shipped to me even if I'm willing to pay more?!!?!

    Every podunk border town on the US side has a Home Hardware or other locally-run business now that will accept parcels for people. It's as easy as calling them and giving them a name and phone number. Then you order something and ship it to the store. They call you when it arrives and you can show up a few days or a month later. A one-hour drive and a nominal fee for handling the delivery and I can exercise the full consumer power of an American.

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  • nigglereddit

    nigglereddit

    March 11, 2015, 8:18 am

    > Did you just ask me to look something up after refuting the need for a citation for your own claim?

    I didn't say that claims need no support, I said that you should try learning about it yourself before relying on others to tell you what to think.

    > You're statement that atheism is abnormal with no qualifiers is debatable.

    The qualifiers are right there: deviation from normal behaviour. It's clear from easily available statistics - 85% of all humans are religious and there has never been a society without religion - that the lack of religion is certainly deviant from the norm.

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  • SolInvictus

    SolInvictus

    March 11, 2015, 8:57 am

    I think it's utterly hypocritical to demand female nudity in games for the sake of "maturity" while most gamers respond with cries of "eww that's gay!" whenever the subject of male nudity happens to be mentioned.

    Let's just face it: a large majority of male "gamers" only wish to see female nudity in games because they're horny adolescent boys and developers like Quantic Dream are more than happy to cater to this crowd of little shits to move a few more copies of their games. It matters little that the game itself may be truly mature and possibly written in a manner that isn't completely terrible. Sadly, the fact remains that nudity is likely only featured in the game to draw the adolescent crowd.

    If developers truly cared about making "games as art" by infusing nudity in it, they wouldn't be so averse to presenting depictions of the male form in the nude.

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  • JumpinJehosephat

    JumpinJehosephat

    March 10, 2015, 8:03 pm

    If you don't fess up to your feelings, sooner or later you'll resent your FB or dive into a depression. But if he hems and haws and tells you that the feelings aren't reciprocal, don't kid your self. I see this at least once a week in my psychology practice: A woman unrequitedly loves a man, and either thinks she can bring him around or thinks she can handle it for the sex part without getting her heart broken. It almost never works out like that. Sooner or later she shambles into my office all teary eyed, and costs me good money in Kleenex after Kleenex. If he 'just isn't that in to you' by now, pack up your toys and go play in someone's backyard who is.

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  • anmol2k4

    anmol2k4

    March 10, 2015, 2:45 pm

    Once Iran will have their Shia bomb, trust me Saudi Arabia won't take too much time to recruit A.Q. Khan or in fact whole of Pakistan to build them Holy Sunni Bomb.

    Who would stop Lebanan Libya Egypt UAW Quwait Qatar Syria to also have the bomb.

    You think a cash starved nation as Pakistan will not sell them few warhead for some much needed billions ?

    Jricole, would like such nations to have the nuclear bomb ?

    And even though Israel have had nuclear warheads for all these years, their leaders have exercised enough self control not to use bomb or ever have they threatened to wipe out any nation.

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  • Tekmo

    Tekmo

    March 11, 2015, 6:32 am

    Yes, but the resemblance of mitochondria to bacteria is much much much closer on many levels than our own cells. The protein/lipid composition of their membranes are identical to bacteria and completely different from our cell membranes. They are topologically identical to gram-negative bacteria with an inner and our membrane, unlike our cells. Each mitochondrion has its own genome distinct from ours and it is circular like that of bacteria, unlike our genome. They express certain classes of proteins that are only found in prokaryotes and not eukaryotic genomes. Mitochondrial replication occurs independently of the host cell's replication. They even have their own distinct ribosomes and a different genetic code from our own. The list goes on.

    The point is that their similarity to bacteria is not a superficial one merely by virtue of descent. They are much more closely related to bacteria than we are or our own cells are and that is why I make that distinction. I mean, you have to make the cutoff between families somewhere reasonable otherwise every organism would be a member of the same family or every organism would be the only member of its own family.

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  • theMethod

    theMethod

    March 10, 2015, 12:11 pm

    I'm not. I have tried installing over 10.5.8 (put the 10.6 disc in, d-click and run the installer that way AND holding C on restart to boot from the 10.6 disc), I have booted from the 10.6 disc and run Disk Utility to "jiggle the partition slider" as noted on the Apple support forums, created an entirely new partition, wiped all partitions and created one new, clean partition, and I still get the yellow exclamation error stating "OS X cannot be installed on this disk."

    I've read all of the support forums and I've tried everything but Zeroing out the hdd and installing 10.6. I'm so frustrated with it, its incredible.

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  • SharpButterKnife

    SharpButterKnife

    March 10, 2015, 6:00 pm

    I am currently in a situation like that. I didn't move in yet though. I need to finish school first. But we both really are looking forward to that day where I move in.

    We met on Omegle. One would think it's a crazy thing to do, but I am totally happy with this right now, and the way we met will never be an issue to me or anything of that sort.

    We have rather small age difference. I am the younger one by 7 years. People might think it's stupid to date someone that old, but really, it does not bother me at all. Same for her.

    We live about 600 miles apart, so we aren't THAT far apart.

    Now I want to know; Did it feel uncomfortable to meet that guy after so long for the first time or did you feel like you've known and seen him for years already?

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  • NoMoreNicksLeft

    NoMoreNicksLeft

    March 11, 2015, 6:37 am

    > I would prefer that people without multi-million-dollar

    And right here we have proof that you didn't even read my comment. It's what, 8 sentences long? Do your eyes glaze over, and you don't even bother to think? Does the Liberal Mind Control Chip™ start blinking, and you start speaking in monotone *I WILL NOT READ RIGHT-WING TALKING POINTS*?

    >>The easiest ways to persuade doctors to accept less money for a procedure, is for everyone in the nation to be without any insurance, private or government.

    That's what I said. Explore the idea. Do you think that if no one has much money that doctors will say "too bad Bud, but without $10 million we're going to let you die"?

    Even if they do, what then? They can't pay their own bills with a note from mommy saying "Please excuse little Billy's mortgage, those deadbeat patients won't pony up the millions!"

    If no one can afford much, there won't be any such thing as a "multi-million dollar bill".

    > Your whole concept relies on lowering demand, which means less medical care.

    No, it doesn't require lowering demand. But for a small percentage of frivolous procedures which can't even be more than a few percent, people will need the same things. But doctors will still need to work. Nurses will still need to work. They'll accept less. Hospitals will accept less. They won't all become carpenters and housecleaners.

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  • robywar

    robywar

    March 10, 2015, 3:12 pm

    Not really creepy to me, but to my son:

    In 2007 we lived in an awesome house built in the early 20's. All hard wood floors, plaster walls and 12 foot ceilings. My son was 3-4 at the time.

    One day when he woke up, he was crying his eyes out telling my wife not to "go in the wall". He said there were three mommies in the house and that the other mommies lived in the wall. One was mean to him, the other one was nice. He said they looked kinda like my wife, but different.

    He doesn't like to talk about it though so we don't press him on it. We do make references to it though to make sure he remembers so we can ask him when he's a bit older (he's almost 6 now).

    Our theories:

    -We had the A/C repaired once and the people were in the crawl space under the house and my son could hear them talking.

    -His bed room had 2 doors, but one was almost always closed. Maybe my wife went out the other one once after putting him to bed and he thought it was the wall.

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  • robeph

    robeph

    March 10, 2015, 11:03 pm

    Self intersection is allowed become it is fine; it does not matter insofar as whether an object that is transformed remains hemeomorphic. Homeomorphism is the why they're doing a lot of this anyhow. The cool thing about homeomorphism is that anything that can apply to one space that is considerable to the property of homeomorphism can then be applied to another object that is topologically equivalent. As long as you have a continuous mapping with a continuous inverse it doesn't really make much difference for the definition to hold.

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