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  • Polydeuces

    Polydeuces

    March 10, 2015, 11:06 pm

    Definitely viable concerns... Making a living is definitely possible, but it's not glamorous or anything like that, obviously. The network of people involved are all extremely nice and conscious, which is refreshing. The movement is definitely gaining momentum, also and teaching would be handy. My goal personally is to set up a nursery and sell surpluses of food at farmer's markets and such, and to my understanding you could make a living by doing that as well as teaching. The model follows sustainability, primarily, however.

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  • Chroko

    Chroko

    March 10, 2015, 4:12 pm

    > we just loaned my wife's brother $26K to cover his gambling debts to some dangerous guys

    I just wanted to point out that you should never do that again, because you are enabling his gambling problem. His debts are his own fault - not yours - and he should take some responsibility. Make it very clear that there is no more money (even if there is) to bail out his sorry ass in the future.

    I have relatives that do this: they spend every single penny they earn on fancy vacations and useless crap - then immediately turn around and ask family for help the second that anything goes wrong.

    Do not allow this individual to spend your savings and harm your future along with his own.

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  • deluxetoaster

    deluxetoaster

    March 10, 2015, 8:21 pm

    I'm not acting like anything. I'm saying Sony isn't 100 per cent responsible for the high price. I'm simply stating a reason. I can't believe I'm becoming a Sony defender.

    I see people's concerns about price, lack of compatibility with UMDs, etc. Hell, I'm pissed off I can't watch my copy of Donnie Darko on my Go, but I understand downloads are the future and kudos to Sony for starting on the long road to implementing it. Every other system will have to follow along this same path. Sony is spearheading for the gaming industry. And yes, I agree they're making some major mistakes.

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  • DrBrian

    DrBrian

    March 11, 2015, 4:56 am

    Wow. Since you essentially made a post calling me out on something I guess I'll chime in and clarify my comments.

    Simply put, I think if you don't have specific permission from the site owner to do this, then don't do it. They are paying you to make a website, not to make a website and advertise your services. In my eyes, to put it in there without asking is like saying "Thanks for the business, but you didn't pay me enough so I have to drum up more business." I mean, the hosting company is being paid, the domain name registrar is being paid, but should you give links to them?

    Claiming that it improves your Google pagerank is fluff, for two reasons... first, Google's algorithm for determining page rank is a closely guarded secret... while plenty of links to your website help, you can't know for certain that having the same text at the bottom of a page linking to your site helps all that much... in fact, repeating the same thing on many sites with a link is actually a characteristic of spam. Who knows.

    Second, (it may contradict the first statement a bit) there is speculation that links coming from sites who's content is unrelated does not help Google results. Having a link from a landscaping company to a web designer doesn't seem closely related enough to help.

    Comparing it to other products having their logo on it is a broken comparison. You may have a Sony logo on your TV, but you don't have the logo of the people who may have made some of the chips that went inside of it because they probably don't make each and every part in-house. Unless your daily driver is loaded with stickers like a professional race car, you don't advertise where all the parts came from for a car on the car. On a website, the owner of the site has the sole privilege of having their name on the website.

    Additionally, while this may not be a problem for some people, but by putting a link to your site it's as if the website with a link is endorsing the content of your site... so if you're going to link to your site in a design, your content better be of a nature acceptable by the audience of the website you're designing.

    You're welcome to disagree with me here (and plenty of you do, that's fine) but it's not something I will ever do. **For those that disagree, I respect all of your opinions on the matter, but I just don't think it's appropriate without asking permission.**

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  • contrarian

    contrarian

    March 10, 2015, 5:34 pm

    As much as I dislike the sport (actually I could care less about the sport, I hate the idiots who follow it), the biggest issue is that there is credible evidence that playing can cause long term negative consequences which the players are not being given the full story on. It's like the cigarette industry denying that smoking kills because they know it'll kill their profits if they admitted it. NFL would be fucked if they came out and admitted repeated brain trauma was killing it's players. How do you prevent against that? Dramatically change the game, find a way to solve the problem, or end the game. None of those is very good for the NFL and they know it. So they continue to lure people into promises of glory and the NFL gets rich at the cost of these people's lives.

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  • milliamp

    milliamp

    March 10, 2015, 8:05 am

    Some Jehovah witnesses came to my door once and I spoke with them. They had a very wonderful message about peace and acceptance of people for religious difference. I am not religious but I was glad to see a group so openly saying it is OK to have different beliefs.

    What you describe (and I have heard from others) is very iron fisted and unaccepting of people who chose another path once inside the church.

    Sometimes change is so slow we don't notice it, but I doubt this is what they were told when first introduced to the religion.

    It is amusing how quickly "acceptance" becomes control and power. Ask them to go door to door and explain to people how they will be ridiculed and befriended if they decide to part ways with the church and see how people in the community respond to them.

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  • juanolaguera

    juanolaguera

    March 10, 2015, 9:45 am

    >And don't worry about being embarrassed or not understanding recursion the first time you dive into the compiler. You have to start somewhere and almost every one of us were there ourselves at one time. So no one will say anything to you and very, very quickly you will progress way beyond that stage anyway.

    As a meme propagator myself, I can completely confirm this.

    If I see a bad person posting on Reddit with some useful information or comment, I'm going to be a judgmental arsehole.

    If I see a bad person on Reddit repeating a meme he's seen somewhere almost verbatim, trying so hard for the upvotes, I'm thinking "Good on ya, mate".

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  • strapiton

    strapiton

    March 10, 2015, 7:50 pm

    I hint toward the notion of sex toys for them and then expand the conversation from there. If they aren't down for toy play for themselves then they aren't down for this.

    That's not to say toy play implies strap on acceptance. I have been completely shot down in disgust after bringing it up before. But as with much that is life. At the same time I have had one that has brought it up before I did.

    For those I find that are into it though, they are *really* into it. Even if they haven't tried it before.

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  • valarmorghulis

    valarmorghulis

    March 10, 2015, 8:18 am

    The blade wouldn't be staneless steel. first, it is rusted, second staneless steel is a very bad choice for large blade material. Stainless steel is extreemly hard, meaning that it will hold an edge and keep sharp very well. It isn't terribly strong though, so it is more likly to snap and break than bend. It is used by the medical community for scalpels though because scalpel blades are one-use only, and need to be extreemly sharp.

    It'd be unlikly you'd be able to identify the mfgr. from any blade markings. The most it is likely to say is something like "Made in Pakistan." If this is some hate-group's logo knife, the irony of that would probably make me piss myself with laughter.

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  • kragshot

    kragshot

    March 10, 2015, 1:33 pm

    Zahlman...you are correct. I am not justifying that kind of thinking at all and you were right on in understanding it.

    This is the problem with the "nice guy" fallacy of relationship logic. Most normal men grow out of this thinking and realize that women are people and the idiosyncrasies of their attractions are based on the same ill-logic that male attractions are based upon.

    But there are a lot of men and women who have ill-conceived notions of what to expect in making and maintaining a relationship.

    While men have the "nice guy" fallacy about women, women have the "bad boy" one about men (some women have the idea that it is their role to "reform" a bad boy into their idea of a "good man" and when it fails, then they experience the same failure of logic that the nice guy does with women).

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  • ubernostrum

    ubernostrum

    March 10, 2015, 5:52 am

    Well, you get stuff like:

    * Easy variables. Want to work out some filesystem location and use it in multiple settings values? Use `os.path` and shove it in a variable.

    * Easy includes. It's just Python, so you can just `import`.

    * Easy logic for "environment"-like features: you can key off settings like `DEBUG` or things like the host you're running on to tweak things.

    You *can* get this with other config systems, but you have to go inventing a lot of stuff to replace/implement these features when Python already has them. And, really, what's unsafe about it? If someone can see/write to the code you're running, you have bigger problems already...

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  • Mesca

    Mesca

    March 10, 2015, 12:33 pm

    I think you're right - KERS is too limited as it is. It's stupid and artificially limited as it is now.

    It should not be limited in power output. It should be like the Turbos - limited in engineering specs only. I think the Turbos had a pressure limit, not a power boost limit. Engines today currently have a displacement limit, not a power limit. The same is true with tires - they are limited by width, not by grip. Or wings. There is no limit on the downforce they generate. The limit is on the size and placement of the wing.

    The same should be done with KERS. No power limit.

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  • csdthegreat

    csdthegreat

    March 10, 2015, 12:57 pm

    Problem is, the wire is extremely long, so it ends up all over the place. It's also too short to comfortably go behind the monitor to avoid the cat getting caught and won't ever stay completely on the table. I really only had it behind a glass because I realized while drawing that my wire was like that and it was a bad idea. I may have done it a couple times before subconsciously to keep it from getting tangled in a blanket.

    Anyway, she finds ways to mess things up every time no matter what I do. If I move my headphone wire, she'll jump right into the glass... (again). If I use monitor speakers, she'll get caught on the keyboard wire... (again). If I move the cat tree, she'll jump from the window onto the piano and knock the top off... (again). I could probably make a sequel to the comic with a bunch of solutions to the current problems and how they'd fail.

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  • futureheaded

    futureheaded

    March 10, 2015, 1:13 pm

    I'm not sure I'm envious, but i am entirely curious to meet an intersexed person.

    There are men that are into 'pegging' where a woman wears a strap-on, and stimulates the males prostate via anal sex, and your 'equipment' would be the optimal woman. And the guy can suck your dick and see, it wouldn't be gay that way....lol. I mean, it's not like the gender gap isn't just about erased simply by the existence of intersexed peoples.

    You are awesome, and my question would have to be, have you not had sex with anyone because of your age? (18-21) I'm not sure if that's intruding or not....

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  • bongozap

    bongozap

    March 10, 2015, 12:10 pm

    I was young, inexperienced and largely-self taught. I didn't know what I didn't know. And frankly, a lot of database technical manuals for database programming don't even address the concept by that name.

    I had put together several well-received databases for numerous companies and had solved a number of database problems for other companies so it's not like I was a moron with no chops.

    As for how you would handle things, if you are presented with someone who's curious AND who has the self-motivation to learn a technical skill on his own and turn out competent work...and your response is to scold them because they didn't pass a pop quiz, I'd say you're pretty lousy at evaluating, developing and nurturing talent.

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  • VodkaElite

    VodkaElite

    March 10, 2015, 8:58 am

    Then you're letting yourself be a victim. Circumcision is useless... and even worse... it's harmful.

    It takes only minutes a day for me to deal with the device I use to restore and the outcome will be long term. I'll finally be able to make love to my girlfriend and actually feel it and enjoy it, and for years to come it will help prevent bullshit like erectile dysfunction... which.... the leading cause is circumcision.

    They have a nice scam going

    1) you pay them for the circumcision

    2) they sell the foreskin off to cosmetic companies

    3) by the time you're 40+ years old, if you want to have sex again, you gotta go out and buy some viagra.

    And your whole life, you never even realize that this IS NOT normal.

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  • SoMoNoFo

    SoMoNoFo

    March 10, 2015, 11:07 pm

    Don't get personal with people. Every office has office politics, some think they're in power, some think other people don't work hard, sometimes there's an office slut - and on and on it goes. I worked for a year as a legal temp - and I'm telling you what, there is some strange shit going on in peoples' day to day work life. The nice thing about being a temp is that I was above the fray - and I could see the various power struggles and grudges as if I were in a slowing passing hot air balloon...to some people their job is their life. You know it's not yours, if you're really going back to school - so stay detached, do your job and don't give them any personal information - set boundaries.

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  • oopsididit

    oopsididit

    March 11, 2015, 3:28 am

    I have had bad reactions to birth control, Like non menstrual cramping, Painfully swollen breasts (hurt non-stop) and awful weight gain. And i understand that is was on a monthly supply of birth control,I also understand that Pregnancy would be very uncomfortable. What i am contemplating is the probability of a pregnancy and if the chances are high should i take EC or have a possible pregnancy? I have some hormonal problems (hypothyroid) and i do not think i ovulate because of it. I do not want to pass up an opportunity to have a child if there are going to be less of them. But my boyfriend does not want a child at the moment.

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