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  • FANGO

    FANGO

    March 10, 2015, 7:52 am

    I won't vote for any individuals who support private mandates, anyway. I've already done this with Feinstein over iraq. Haven't had to do it with Boxer yet (and I don't think I will because she's rad), hope not to have to with Obama but will if I must (I held my nose while voting for him anyway, knowing that he wouldn't be on the same page as me on healthcare), and I have no other Democratic representatives anywhere.

    By the fucking way, why are we even talking about private mandates? That shit is so far off the table. The discussion is single-payer vs. public option. There are no other possibilities. Now go ahead and resume your debate between those two issues, and nothing else.

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  • Gadianton

    Gadianton

    March 11, 2015, 12:57 am

    My main problem is that my share of the nation's debt that I bear and my 6 year old son bears is already thousands of dollars based on the decisions of the boomers... now these same boomers who already spent their money, my money, and my kids money, (and maybe even my grandkids money), want me to pay more because they are old and getting worried about their health.

    I'd much rather bring back the estate tax, capital gains tax, and maybe a few more "you screwed us and got rich off of it" type taxes than a disguised wealth transfer from those who have least to those who have spent the most.

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  • DrBrian

    DrBrian

    March 11, 2015, 4:43 am

    When you are watching your Sony TV you see the Sony logo on it. When you're driving your Honda Civic you see the Honda logo on it. When you're browsing a landscaping company site you see the landscaping company's logo.

    You don't see the logos of the chip manufacturers. You don't see the logo of the people who made the brakes. You shouldn't see the logo of the person who made the site unless it's their own site.

    The company that made the final product paid the sub-companies.. That was those sub-companies' form of compensation.

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  • sensiblethursday

    sensiblethursday

    March 11, 2015, 5:02 am

    Okay, so I think I finally figured out why this misconception exists. Imagine you're a reporter and two stories come across your desk.

    Story 1: A woman was raped by a guy she kind of knew after a party.

    Story 2: A woman was gang-raped by David Letterman, Aquaman, and the 1979 Denver Broncos.

    Suppose both of them stand up to a cursory accuracy check. Which of these stories are you more likely to run? In which case is the girl more likely to turn out to be lying?

    The media focuses on the more unusual rape accusations because they are, by definition, more newsworthy. Unfortunately, these stories are also the most likely to be bullshit. Very low likelihood event + nonzero false positive rate => A huge percentage of your "hits" will be false positives. You see the same problem with AIDS tests and stuff.

    Men then watch the news, see that a lot of the rape accusations end up being disproven a week later, and assume that this is a representative sample.

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  • PlatonicPimp

    PlatonicPimp

    March 10, 2015, 7:11 am

    OK, what I'm saying is that unless the number of opportunities are equal to or exceed the number of people, then there are winners and losers.

    The losers might, individually, be able to convert into winners. But doing so also converts another person into a loser.

    So, individually you've solved your problem, but the systemic problem remains and you have exactly the same number of losers.

    This is why I find this kind of advice so useless and condescending. It's like saying there aren't enough seats for everyone, and suggesting we solve that by playing musical chairs.

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  • ThePain

    ThePain

    March 11, 2015, 5:48 am

    All of the animations are stiff and awkward, the runs looks terrible, the premises is stupid (Come test out home defense items in the field!.... why not just have class warfare? Oppressed workers fighting against the Upper Class societies's private security, at least then it would make sense to have things like CTF or S&D.)

    Oh look you can become a Big-daddy. Why? What's the point? Is it some sort of short lived perk? Ok that's nice, but you're squandering it. Why not have a game-mode with Big-Daddy VS All, and scale up the Big Daddy's health and weapon power dependent on the number of players he's having to fight? That's much better than being slightly tougher with a circular viewport in deathmatch for some reason.

    Bioshock really did not lend itself to being a Multi-player game, which was fine because it pulled off single-player perfectly. This really just looks like they're trying to be something they're not, and unless they plan to POLISH the crap we were shown it's going to fail hard.

    And yes the level design looked pretty, I make maps for a hobby but I don't give two shits how pretty the levels look or how good the lighting or rendering engine is if the actual gameplay itself is a turd.

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  • Dreadgoat

    Dreadgoat

    March 10, 2015, 6:52 am

    This is true, but it can be very dependent on the culture where you live.

    Having lived in both TX and NY, I can tell you without any hesitation that behaving this way in the NYC suburbs will get you nowhere fast. They'll freak the hell out and wonder why the fuck you are pestering them with your nonsense. Doing it in TX will make everyone love you, you might even get invited to someone's home for lunch.

    Probably has more to do with Urban vs. Rural than NY vs. TX, but I can only speak from my experiences.

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  • Captain_Midnight

    Captain_Midnight

    March 10, 2015, 9:42 pm

    If you've never put a computer together before, it can be a bit daunting. On the other hand, you can pay a friend like $50 to put it together for you. But yes, you can save about 40% off retail if you build your own.

    Things you'll need:

    * A case. "Mid-tower" will be fine for your needs. Full towers are heavy and overkill. Just get a Centurion 5. They're inexpensive yet reasonably well-built. Cooler Master makes those. If you want to get fancy, there's also the Thermaltake Tsunami.

    * A power supply unit (PSU). The Centurion 5 does not have one. We're skipping bundled PSUs because they're usually not very good. Never underestimate the importance of a sturdy PSU. Get yourself a 650 watt Corsair. They're on the expensive side, but they're built to last.

    * Motherboard, CPU, and memory sticks. You're going to get some differing opinions here. The safest answer is a Gigabyte GA-G31M-ES2L motherboard, an Intel Core 2 Duo E8400, and two sticks of DDR2 memory totaling four gigabytes.

    * Your Internet access device and sound are built into the motherboard. You can skip those.

    * Video card... Oh, I'd grab a Radeon HD 4850 for around $100.

    * Hard drive: Western Digital Caviar Black. Those come in 500GB to 1TB sizes. There really isn't any other brand of hard drive with this reputation. For now, at least.

    * DVD drive: Get something from LG or Samsung, and you'll be set.

    * Keyboards and mice: Don't need anything special here. Any $15-20 keyboard will suffice, but Logitech is pretty good. For mice, I recommend checking them out at retail and buying your choice online.

    * Monitor: All things being equal, I think your best best is to go down to Costco or Sam's Club and pick out one that you like. My anecdotal experience is that Costco selects its merchandise wisely. It might not be a brand name you recognize, but I bought my LCD from them nearly ten years ago, and it's still going strong.

    Other than that, I'd stay away from brick-and-mortar. Newegg is a very popular online choice. The prices are competitive and the site is pretty easy to navigate.

    If you have an Amazon "Prime" account, though, their inventory is pretty decent, but their search engine isn't very good. You might have to do some keyword-fu to find what you're looking for. And a lot of their hardware inventory is not eligible for Prime.

    Note: Your CPU comes with a heatsink and fan "combo." This fan may be annoyingly loud to you. If that's the case, shop around for Zalman combos that are compatible with the E8400's LGA 775 socket. However, swapping the heatsink+fan combo is not for the faint of heart. If it comes to that, I'd recommend getting a techie friend to do it for you.

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  • 808140

    808140

    March 10, 2015, 10:50 am

    I would expect that the objection has less to do with them being freed as an objection over a foreign country abucting their citizen.

    Polanski is a French citizen and resident, and that country has decided not to prosecute him for his crime. You may not agree with their decision -- that's perfectly acceptable and understandable. But imagine if a US citizen were wanted by a foreign country for some crime or similar that the US didn't consider worth prosecuting for. Let's say that person went to some random third country on business and was arrested and said third country announced that because they had an extradition treaty with the country in which you were wanted, they were going to send you there to stand trial.

    The US would not react well to this at all. It has nothing to do with the crime; it has to do with sovreignty. When the Israelis abducted Adolf Eichmann from his home in Argentina to force him to stand trial for his orchestration of the Holocaust in Jerusalem, Argentina was furious. Eichmann had been living there under an assumed name, and they didn't even know he was there, and I think that it's pretty reasonable to assume that they didn't approve of what he'd done -- but all that aside, it was a violation of Argentine sovreignty and no matter how justified the Israelis may have felt violating it it was still a breach of accepted international protocol.

    The United States and France have been allies for a long time. The US asked nicely for Roman Polanski to be extradited to the US to stand trial and the French said no. He's a French citizen and he lives in France. If he'd returned to the US that would be one thing, but instead Switzerland decided to hand him over.

    I'm French and this really, really pisses me off. It has nothing to do with what Polanski did, whether it was excusable or not, or whatever. I frankly couldn't give two shits about that. You don't ask Switzerland to abduct a French citizen so he can stand trial in a country he doesn't live in and doesn't visit.

    If the tables were turned and Swizerland were handing over a high-profile US citizen to the French to stand trial, the US would be shitting bricks and firing up its nuclear weapons.

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  • tautologies

    tautologies

    March 11, 2015, 8:36 am

    There are some guys here that takes their dog.

    I was up at the beach for some kitebarding, these guys come and they take a dog out. I told them I didn't think the dog wanted to go, and one of them said "you ain't seen nothing yet...we take the fucker sky diving". So I tell them to be nice to the dig and they got all up in my face about not crying. Fucking hicks.

    I just don't get it..why the hell would you want to take your dog out in waves like that...if he had lost the dog it would have drowned for sure. Same thing goes for this shit. WHY???

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  • wantonprivateer

    wantonprivateer

    March 10, 2015, 11:28 pm

    Swing by the zoo for sure but dont park in the zoo lots I think parking is around 10 bucks now. There is plenty of parking a short walk away. Forest Park is a great launching point, from there you can easily get to the Central West End or the Loop, then Washington Ave, which is a great place to go at night lots of cool bars, and downtown are not too much farther. They just put in a new sculpture park downtown. Lacledes Landing just north of the Arch has great restaurants and bars as well.

    In south St. Louis and lot of neat places have been opening in the last few years. Soulard is a great neighborhood to check out. Most people in St. Louis say take a brewery tour and it is neat but Im not a huge AB fan these days.

    If you're in Earth City cross the river and check out historic St. Charles. Its a real short drive and its right along the Missouri River.

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  • wlovins

    wlovins

    March 10, 2015, 9:08 am

    I certainly never said that the US does a fantastic job in caring for everyone. It could happen very easily here. What I was stating is that just because you have a socialized healthcare system, it doesn't mean that everything is perfect. A lot of people want socialized health care. I do understand and agree with some of their reasons, but there are those who blindly think that converting from our current system to another one will instantly fix everything. It doesn't work that way, unfortunately.

    I see that people have voted my original statement down. Why? Hell... all I did was to *request* that people don't ignore that the alternative system can fail too.

    As far as RandomSuffix's comment: She's in uni and doesn't have the money for private insurance / hospital.

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  • Aerik

    Aerik

    March 10, 2015, 7:47 am

    Not another 'campus rape myth' post.

    There's a reason surveys suck: people tell you what they think is socially acceptable. If somebody says "I was forced/coerced into sex I didn't consent to" but then says "but I wasn't rape" -- damn right you count that as rape. Because what they said happened meets the definition for rape: sex without meaningful consent.

    Just saying "but the women were in denial" is not a refutation. It's just bullshittery.

    and again as I must point out, as almost no man will admit to having been sexual assaulted or raped, by your logic you should be severely trimming down the numbers of male victims, too. But for some reason you still see them rising... interesting...

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  • byteflow

    byteflow

    March 11, 2015, 12:21 am

    I'm no fanboy of any OS, nor am I a blind hater of any. But this seriously puzzles me. I culled the following from the first 15 comments -- I could have gone on, but this conveys the point. Each bullet is from a separate comment.

    - For that price, I would rather have a fully loaded Macbook Pro.

    - Buy MAC!

    - Microsoft the gift that keeps giving to Apple

    - almost sounds like a Mac.

    - just buy a Mac.

    - Why not just get a Mac?

    - So DELL is using LINUX to act like a MAC?

    - no comment is made about how Mac’s boot almost instantly by comparison

    What the ..?! It really makes me wonder..

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  • BlahblahName

    BlahblahName

    March 10, 2015, 11:54 pm

    You remind me of this girl I knew.

    She was hot! and she knew I existed, furthermore, she liked that I existed. Exactly what I was looking for. Very often she would be flirtatious towards me. We would often go to parties together. It was unusual for me to swing by her place and take her out and have these great conversations. At times she would call me up at random, just to talk.

    But, she would never let me get to intimate with her. I was able to kiss her sometimes, but nothing passionately like I wanted. She was in it for the attention I guess. I don't know?

    The end came too soon, and made me look all psycoish. I would call her and leave messages or send texts with out any responses but when I would see her in person, she would be right back at it, excessive touching, coercive stares, overly bendy, and just out right flirtatious still. So eventually the ignoring part of this relationship and the blue balling portion dominated my thoughts and I had to resolve it, but, I didn't arrive at that conclusion until the stalker feeling was regretfully given.

    I wanted to know why she would give me such mixed signals.

    You sir are the evangelistic version of the blue-ball'n woman described above. If you weren't such a Jesus-tease, then you wouldn't be dealing with your "stalker" problem. (cock-tease --> jesus-tease Jesus = Cock)

    Summary, you are the problem.

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  • mer-mer-mer-mer-mer

    mer-mer-mer-mer-mer

    March 11, 2015, 4:28 am

    This reminds me of myself 2 years ago. Over the course of 6 months I had applied to 3 different positions with the same company multiple times and had emailed and/or called whoever I could about the position. I had attached copies of my resume to every email in both word and text format but never heard a thing. When a fourth position opened up I took my brothers advice and included a cover letter. My letter was addressed specifically to the hiring manager and was three paragraphs long. I talked about my enthusiasm for the position and the company as a whole, specific details about my experience and how they pertain to the position, and the third expressed my desire to sit down with them to further discuss the position and how my experiences would contribute to the company's objectives. The closing sentence said "I will contact you tomorrow to further discuss these possibilities and answer any questions you may have". They called me the next day to set up an interview. After the interview I mailed hand written thank you notes to the two people I met with and I got the job. The cover letter and extra effort made me stand out because these people are going through dozens, possibly hundreds, of resumes a day and yours is just another one in the pile unless you do what it takes to get noticed. Call them, email them, go to their office, schedule a lunch meeting, do whatever it takes. What do you have to lose?

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  • Redpaw360

    Redpaw360

    March 10, 2015, 7:34 am

    My wife "paints with light" in her night exposures, she occasionally uses a 1,000,000 candle power floodlight ( Her Flashlight ) to "ice" the edges of a subject in her photos.

    She could have done this shot without stitching them together, or any shopped features in under a minute. She'd love to show people how easy it is to shoot at night and create new ideas with a simple mag-light to a larger floodlight.

    The hills in this picture are actually just small mounds of eroded hills. I've been to the badlands and there are large sections of these mini towers around.

    hope this helps.

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  • twotime

    twotime

    March 10, 2015, 8:34 am

    Ok. I think I understand your position now. Basically you are saying, htat the "securing for limited times" is what Congress must do while the "promotion of arts" is just a vague rationale.

    My reading is different: "Promotion of arts" is the goal, while "securing" is just a means. If means don't lead to the goal, then they are against constitution.

    However with either reading there is a strong contradiction between current system and *explicitly* stated constitutional rationale/goal.

    Anyway, I fail to see how this is not a legal argument.

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  • thinkingperson

    thinkingperson

    March 10, 2015, 9:17 am

    EDIT: I've flagged and reported "Adam_King" as I believe he is simply trolling. Let's not reply to his inane comments. :)

    This is ridiculous!! Why was I downvoted for reporting actual installation experience?? Only cowards downvote without comments.

    Been trying it out since 2004, using since 2006 and switched over completely since 2008. Upgrade in place is flaky for me this time round. Keep getting errors and failing at partial upgrade with some files missing in the server. :(

    EDIT1: Just retried again and succeeded! :) I had to point my software source to one in Taiwan.

    The one in my region is broken. :p

    EDIT2: Boot up is snappy ... but there is a strange artifact of brightness going up and down at the login screen. Anyone else?

    EDIT3: Suspend is not working on my MSI Wind U100+ /w 9cell batt.

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  • FerPosting

    FerPosting

    March 11, 2015, 7:23 am

    > Nobody adds the qualifying "but invisible pink unicorns could exist, mind! I wouldn't want to be irrational!" to the end of the statement "Invisible pink unicorns from Neptune do not exist."

    It seems like Entropius basically did that in his post, and his qualification seemed rational to me. Accounting, of course, for the specification of Neptune. Luckily, I think with your example we can claim they don't exist, since your hypothetical unicorns are both invisible and pink, which would be contradictory.

    Personally, though, I'm not entirely swayed by contradictions, but I file that under B for Beliefs.

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  • Rasalas

    Rasalas

    March 10, 2015, 9:08 pm

    Yes, this is the way I play RTS games. I don't play online.

    I've tweaked games to make them continue playing for longer. I used to increase the tiberium growth rate in Command & Conquer Red Alert so the resources were effectively indefinite.

    In a lot of games I find that the AI stops acting after a while. Age of Empires 2 had this problem. I think the villagers were not allowed explore far enough for new resources, so eventually the AI goes bankrupt.

    Once I've had enough I build a bizarre army to destroy the enemy in some unusual way.

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  • alsoodani

    alsoodani

    March 10, 2015, 10:05 am

    >What if, without that $5 million, you'd have to spend an extra 40 years working in an office to support yourself and your family?

    Hey, as long as it's a job I love with decent hours and they have some technology to keep me body together (what would I be, like 95-100 years old after the usual retirement of 55-60 plus 40 years? hehe).

    On the serious side: I've thought about the type of job I want to get into before highschool very deeply. Something with decent hours, above six figure pay (for comfort and living a dream of mine), and something I love. I'm going to get a job offered to me soon which will have two of these three things immediately except for the six figure salary (which doesn't come in until another 3-5 years...then it really grows =D ).

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  • Immersed

    Immersed

    March 11, 2015, 3:07 am

    Sure, heres an idea,..

    Pick a topic that you know alot about, or always wanted to know more of, lets use astrology as an example, (girls love astrology). Spend a few weeks reading up on astrology, get familiar with the latest astrology/new age books that are out there, get familiar with the authors and new ideas. Formulate your own opinions of them, or you may even use other peoples opinions by reading through reviews on Amazon.com.

    Find a book store, like Borders, or Barnes and Noble, that is close by. Most of the time they have a coffee shop inside, so make a habit of going there every day, buying a hot beverage (coffee, hot chocolate, whatever), and passing by the Astrology section. When you see someone browsing through your section, it should be a piece of cake breakin the ice. If its a girl, establish authority on the subject, find out what books she already read, tell her that you've wanted to read one of the books she mentioned, would like to hear her thoughts and recommendations.

    This is a very important point in the interaction. **You do not want to hear out the girls thoughts and recommendations right then and there!** Your interests in her thoughts and recomendations is the hook, and you want her to save it for later. Tell her you have to go, but would love to continue the conversation at another time,.. and there are millions of ways you could take it from there.

    edit: I didn't do this for Astrology or new age, but it's definetly something I'd read into, I always see girls browsing through those books.

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  • thedude37

    thedude37

    March 10, 2015, 2:32 pm

    >I don't want to give my money to health insurance companies with there shitty over priced coverage.

    See, I hear this line a lot, but really, I think the instant vilification of insurance companies is bullshit. I've had thee different health insurance plans in my life, and I've always had great coverage. I've been able to afford doctor's visits, x-rays, and an ambulance ride when I had a seizure (the seizure didn't cause them to drop me, either). I think I'm not alone in saying this, either - I have no problem with health care as it is (besides being a little expensive).

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  • muyoso

    muyoso

    March 10, 2015, 6:10 pm

    You do understand what the plan is behind this absolutely shitty bill right? The entire plan is to make health insurance more expensive and less affordable, so that in a few years the government can swoop in and "save" the people with a public option or single payer.

    How else do you explain individual mandates, a 35% tax on the top fifth most expensive insurance plans, and a mandate that no-one with pre-existing conditions or higher risk factors be charged more than anyone else? It is to raise the price of insurance for everyone, so shit gets REALLY bad. Once shit is REALLY bad, public option starts to look a lot better as does single payer. Of course, there will be the select few who remember that the democrats took a fucked up system and gang raped it leaving it a quivering mess, but of course most Americans can hardly remember what happened last week let alone 5-10 years from now.

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  • wekt

    wekt

    March 11, 2015, 5:45 am

    >It isn't like the officer was shooting at something else and accidentally hit the wrong person.

    The officer was intending to shoot the robber and accidentally hit the wrong the person (*viz.*, the home-owner) because he mistakenly believed that the person in front of him was the robber when it was really the home-owner. The officer did not purposely aim the gun at the home-owner; his purpose was to aim it at the robber, not the home-owner, but he mistakenly aimed at the home-owner because of his confusion of the identities of the home-owner and the robber.

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  • Baziliy

    Baziliy

    March 10, 2015, 5:14 pm

    I was a wuss about my incident too, but the guy that got out of the car was a much larger guy probably in his 50's. He looked like a lumberjack.

    It was worse for me though because my date was in the car. Not only did I get the humiliation of that, but the girl in question was this really shy Chinese girl that didn't get out much because - gasp! - she was *afraid* of people. Like she was so concerned about being mugged or raped or beaten she didn't leave the house much. The ONE night I get her to go out, she gets to witness a pissed off Al Borland-looking guy threaten to kill me.

    Such a hard moment to repress.

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  • thischarmingham

    thischarmingham

    March 10, 2015, 8:52 am

    The most common fear/apprehension I hear from patients isn't the needles, but the act of watching their blood flow out, so you're not in the minority on that.

    I'm not a doctor nor RN/LPN so I can't dispense any kind of medication, so no we don't sedate patients. Just recently we were given some samples of a local anesthetic spray to try out on children, but that wouldn't really help you with the blood thing if it's not the needles or the pain that bothers you.

    My advice? Bring a friend to talk to you and keep your mind off the blood draw, and don't look over. Smoking a lot of weed would only help if it already makes you less anxious, otherwise I can't really say it'll help.

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