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  • exgoogler

    exgoogler

    March 11, 2015, 1:05 am

    1. Benefits were OK. Health care is Kaiser Permanente HMO or a Blue Cross PPO that you can pay extra for. I hear that Microsoft's health package is way better. I got vision and dental, too. 401(k), the company would match you up to a certain amount, but I forget how much.

    2. Grueling. It's a day-long interview with like 7 or 8 engineers. You had better be on your shit when it comes to cannibals, missionaries, and a single canoe crossing a river. I actually thought that the interview process was a little condescending - a lot of brain teasers and painfully pedantic coding questions, very light on real world problems. No, I will never have to write my own implementation of malloc(). Never in my professional career.

    3. No. See my comment about Larry Page's threats.

    4. Explained elsewhere.

    5. Possibly. Some people I know are willing to work a stable job to make someone else rich. Not me.

    6. Yes, and lots of it. T-shirts, water bottles, chotchkies. Oh, and a pair of underwear.

    7. Yeah, I would have liked to work with the ops team. They were always great people. I was a software guy, though. I thought about trying to transfer and ended up changing industries all together after I quit.

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  • Ferrofluid

    Ferrofluid

    March 10, 2015, 6:11 am

    >“Project Indect,” which would draw from multiple data sources, namely public surveillance cameras, in order to detect “threats” and recognize “abnormal behavior” across the whole continent.

    >According to the project’s Web site, once completed, Project Indect would even be able to track vehicles as a type of support network for EU police officers.

    >Perhaps more chilling, the project promises “continuous monitoring” of “web sites, discussion forums, usenet groups, file servers, p2p networks [and] individual computer systems”.

    The poor gullible fools, sold the most monster white elephant ever by the bottled water tech quacks.

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  • halbowitz

    halbowitz

    March 10, 2015, 4:19 pm

    I think your wrong. I own l4d. I can see both sides of the issues regarding the initial release of the game. It being buggy and incomplete. Also, it being time consuming and fun enough to justify the purchase.

    However, nobody is feeling entitled without reason. Valve did promise updates like tf2, before the release. They promised this. I don't see how anyone can tell these people to STFU about it. If someone purchased the game based on Valves promises, then Valve turned around and said you need to pay another $50 for the game we meant to release in the first place. Well, i think these people do have a valid complaint. If it was your government who promised you something for free and then told you now you would have to pay for it, or not have it at all, well, i think we can agree most people would be up in arms about it.

    Entitled is not the word you are looking for. People are pissed Valve made promises they didn't deliver on. How is this the gamers fault that they feel like they were taken advantage of and are going to let Valve know by not getting out there wallet?

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  • nerox3

    nerox3

    March 11, 2015, 12:19 am

    "It is time for an individual health insurance mandate for a minimum level of health coverage "

    - Bill Frist

    " I proposed that everyone must either purchase a product of their choice or demonstrate that they can pay for their own health care. It's a personal responsibility principle "

    - Mitt Romney

    "Through an individual mandate and that's individual responsibility and even Republicans believe in individual responsibility. And what you do is you have accessibility in two ways. One, you have accessibility for those that can't afford it by helping them buy insurance and for people that can get private health insurance, but they might be discriminated against based upon preexisting conditions, you do away with that discrimination. In other words, what we have to have is a patient- centered health insurance program. We have to have one that is results oriented and access to it is a very important part of it because everybody has access to the health insurance system through the emergency room. But you're paying for it, other people are paying for it, maybe $1200 a year through increased premiums. So wouldn't it be better to have each individual responsible for their own health care instead of having you pay for them? "

    - Chuck Grassley ( In response to how he would get more health insurance coverage)

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  • ElectricRebel

    ElectricRebel

    March 10, 2015, 11:44 pm

    The only real solution in the current two-party system is to vote for and donate to the most liberal candidates in the primaries. This is how we can transform the Democratic party into something that doesn't give us a shitty aftertaste.

    The other option is to vote third party and let the right win elections until things get so bad that the right collapses because the evidence is built up about how terrible their policies actually are. This seems a bit risky and was already tried in 2000 and only sort of worked.

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  • JPathis

    JPathis

    March 11, 2015, 6:35 am

    Currently, a majority of China is not allowed access Youtube so whoever posted this is doing so to further the Chinese propaganda effort. It is amazing to see the street in front of Tienanmen Square so empty because it is one of the busiest streets in Beijing.

    The whole National Day celebration freaks me out a little bit because it whips the nation into a militaristic frenzy. In the end, it is all just a national media blitz and I am glad that so many people on Reddit recognize this. I hope more people worldwide do as well.

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  • SAugsburger

    SAugsburger

    March 10, 2015, 10:22 am

    Not that I am claiming that you are lying, but unless you involved in the planning committee or a consultant for them I seriously doubt it. The first year or so for planning of the Olympics is largely logistics. Most of the real building of facilities and infrastructure don't happen until later (ie. the real big spending).

    I remember a lot of people were talking about the economic stimulus of the Olympics, but I think some of the people talking about that forget that a lot of Olympic hosts have ended up paying for that economic stimulus for years afterwards. Montreal most notably ended up spending the next 30 years paying for the wonderful revenues that the Olympics bring. While the Olympics certainly bring attention to one's city there are no assurances that they will be a net boon for the city treasury.

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  • freehunter

    freehunter

    March 10, 2015, 6:44 pm

    I wish there was a way to block users on reddit. I don't really know what you're expecting of me, you haven't put forth a good argument, but you want me to admit you've won? Also, thanks for going through and downvoting all my posts. The reddiquitte is quite clear that only posts that do not bring anything to the discussion are to be downvoted, such as your repetitious and childish "Just admit that I win" statements. None of my posts in this topic have warranted a downvote by the agreed upon rules of this site.

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  • alteran1

    alteran1

    March 10, 2015, 9:23 pm

    Then that seems more to just be an issue of moderation than refined sugars. The real problem is tge high fructose corn syrup in all of our foods. HFCS has an artificially increased fructose:glucose ratio that is nonexistent in nature, and screws up your bodies metabolic pathways. Your body cant use fructose as energy, only glucose, so any fructose must be processed and converted into glucose. Normally, with sucrose, the fructose:glucose ratio is 1:1. So yoir metabolism expects this 1:1 ratio and is set up to process sucrose and its fructose at a specific rate. The increased fructose ratio in HFCS screws up these pathways, forcing your metabolism to slow down or alter itself to process all the excess fructose into glucose. This ends up screwing up your body's homeostatic mechanisms, such as insulin production, because they aren't equipped to respond to the abnormal metabolic rate/pathways.

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  • Bob3333

    Bob3333

    March 10, 2015, 11:11 am

    _If I am a monkey and I spend two hours a day longer than all my monkey mates collecting nuts and stashing em in a secret log, I'm gonna get pretty damn pissed when my monkey mates tell me I have to redistribute my spoils for the good of the community._

    If you were using vines installed by other monkeys to swing from tree to tree collecting your nuts, and if there were nuts for you to stash because the monkey government limited nut harvesting, and if the trees were alive because of public infrastructure that got water to those trees, then damned right you had better give some up. Otherwise you're just embezzling the system.

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  • AngMoKio

    AngMoKio

    March 10, 2015, 6:34 am

    Not really. It's a lot like workers comp. The majority will have insurance provided by their employer (even if they take the public option.) If it *is* deducted from your check, you won't ever see it and the market will adjust. Your employer will be getting a huge windfall and ideally the market will force them to pass part of the savings to you as we -all- will have to have insurance the competition among employees will be equal. Nobody complains they can't afford workers comp.

    I live in a country with public option insurance. It works surprisingly well. Also, I should note you can't afford *not* to have health care - you just don't realize that yet.

    The people most affected (because they used to have the choice to not get coverage) will be those without an employer - and as someone in that situation I tell you I would be *thrilled* to be able to afford health care.

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  • benihana

    benihana

    March 11, 2015, 9:15 am

    I don't know if this is wrong, but not much. My parents always provided well for me, but my mother stood by while my father was physically, verbally and emotionally abusive to me and my siblings. He keeps her under his thumb and she lets him because she's too afraid of being on her own. She's obsessed with status and is extremely judgmental of people whose beliefs don't align with hers, but only because my father is. I've talked to her privately and honestly and she actually seems like she could have been a cool woman had she been a little stronger.

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  • takeda64

    takeda64

    March 11, 2015, 6:53 am

    here's mine:

    [[email protected] ~]$ :() { :|: &}; :

    [1] 92493

    [[email protected] ~]$ bash: fork: retry: Resource temporarily unavailable

    bash: fork: retry: Resource temporarily unavailable

    bash: fork: retry: Resource temporarily unavailable

    bash: fork: retry: Resource temporarily unavailable

    bash: fork: retry: Resource temporarily unavailable

    bash: fork: retry: Resource temporarily unavailable

    bash: fork: retry: Resource temporarily unavailable

    bash: fork: retry: Resource temporarily unavailable

    ^C

    [1]+ Done : | :

    [[email protected] ~]$ bash: fork: retry: Resource temporarily unavailable

    bash: fork: retry: Resource temporarily unavailable

    bash: fork: retry: Resource temporarily unavailable

    bash: fork: retry: Resource temporarily unavailable

    bash: fork: retry: Resource temporarily unavailable

    bash: fork: retry: Resource temporarily unavailable

    bash: fork: retry: Resource temporarily unavailable

    [...]

    bash: fork: retry: Resource temporarily unavailable

    bash: fork: retry: Resource temporarily unavailable

    ps x

    bash: fork: retry: Resource temporarily unavailable

    bash: fork: Resource temporarily unavailable

    ^C^C^C

    PID TT STAT TIME COMMAND

    33295 ?? S 9:47,60 sshd: [email protected] (sshd)

    33313 ?? IWs 0:00,00 ssh-agent

    33297 p0 Is 0:00,64 -tcsh (tcsh)

    92491 p0 S 0:00,06 bash

    92586 p0 R+ 0:00,01 ps x

    89632 p2 Is+ 0:00,29 /bin/tcsh

    [[email protected] ~]$ ulimit -a

    socket buffer size (bytes, -b) unlimited

    core file size (blocks, -c) 0

    data seg size (kbytes, -d) 524288

    file size (blocks, -f) unlimited

    max locked memory (kbytes, -l) unlimited

    max memory size (kbytes, -m) 32768

    open files (-n) 1024

    pipe size (512 bytes, -p) 1

    stack size (kbytes, -s) 65536

    cpu time (seconds, -t) unlimited

    max user processes (-u) 64

    virtual memory (kbytes, -v) unlimited

    All that was required to combat this was to set max processes. 64 is a very comfortable value for command line, don't remember even hitting the limit.

    As for how it works is replace every ":" with "my_function". It should make it very clear.

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  • hamster101

    hamster101

    March 10, 2015, 11:40 pm

    >some depressed guy jumps in front of your car, smashes into the windshield, tumbles over your roof, flies through the air and you see him in your mirror get smashed to bits by the semi behind you. Guess what? If you can't handle that then you're seriously over-coddled by modern society

    Exactly right. Obviously it's a traumatic experience, and it's impossible to be ready or composed for such a thing. But as you demonstrate it can easily happen to anyone, and to be seriously and permanently traumatised by what is essentially an inevitable part of life is as you said, being seriously over-coddled by modern society. Every so often, when you least expect it, shit like that happens and there's nothing you can do about it. Being able to move on is (or used to be) a very basic thing required of every human being, but nowadays you can expect to be treated like an invalid just for watching someone else's misfortune.

    By the way you make it sound as if someone dying from cancer on a hospital bed is less traumatic for others, but depending on the circumstances it can be just as or even more bloody and sudden.

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  • _zoso_

    _zoso_

    March 10, 2015, 1:11 pm

    Oh ffs mate, where did I ever mention that I am against wealth redistribution? I support it wholeheartedly and I personally feel the biggest tax reform that any modern democracy should undergo is the removal of tax concessions which are used by the wealthy to avoid paying taxes.

    My point is that in principle, what the hell is wrong with reward for effort and ingenuity? Once you have paid the taxes due for your vines and regulatory frameworks... what is wrong then with keeping your excess nuts?

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  • nolander

    nolander

    March 10, 2015, 1:54 pm

    Thats what I was saying. Hell at one point, the head of the players union threatened to KILL a player with head injuries over it. Got all sorts of attention.

    edit:

    Let me expand on this. There are actually two seperate entitys involved. One being the NFL themselves representing the interests of the owners, the other being the Players Union, responsible for representing the players. The Players Union is the one that should be responsible for the coverage of the players. The NFL has made strides to be better about handling head injuries(not letting players play if they still have symptoms from concussions etc.)

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  • Popperian

    Popperian

    March 11, 2015, 5:54 am

    Every time I go vote, I vote the incumbents out of office. That is all that I do. I can't remember the last time I vote "for" a politician.

    As for health reform, I am a small business owner, and I basically only want a NHS/single payer/public option as far as reform is concerned and I don't want the bill to pass at all if that's not what happens and -especially- if it includes coercive mandates/etc. like what appears the Dems are trying to do.

    I'm almost certainly one of these people who is going to have to choose between:

    - Paying the $3000 penalty per year.

    - Or paying $7000/year to the HMOs with a $40,000 deductible and exemptions/cancellations on the policy if I/my family actually gets sick.

    - Or fight the penalty and risk going to prison.

    I know that I'm not going to pay the HMOs when I don't get anything in return (those are real numbers that I got last week as quotes BTW) and honestly I know that I'm not going to just write a "penalty" check ofr $3000 to the government because it's not like money grows on trees.

    So, as it stands right now, the only thing Democratic health plan is going to do for me is leave me in the same boat I'm in now (paying all my health care costs with cash at stupidly inflated prices) and put me in a legal confrontation with the IRS over enforcement on the collection of the penalty.

    So, you know, everyone gets an "F" from me ... and no, I definitely will not be voting for incumbent Democrats if they pass mandates like it sounds like what they want to do. I'll just vote against them like I always do.

    I'm not really party aligned, I'm anti-incumbent, I seriously want the entire government replaced and everyone that has been there more than 10 years removed. We need new people in government that aren't there to suck off the taxpayers tit because the existing government behavior is beyond pathetic.

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  • jkosmo

    jkosmo

    March 10, 2015, 6:38 am

    What you need to do is as fast as possible maneuver your self into some of the positions within IT bureaucracies where you do not need to know or do anything. Most of these are related to controlling the work of your colleagues, also known as disturbing them in their work.

    When you arrive to work day one keep your body posture confident, go around and talk with everybody. Then ask if you could start with doing a code review of few of you new colleagues. This is close to going up to them and punching them in their face to show who is the man, as has been suggested in another comment.

    After doing a week or two of code review (while you familiarize yourself with IT language) you call for a series of meetings to start up discussions of coding standards, methodologies and standardization of tools. You do not need to say much during these meetings, you just need to get the discussion started. When in doubt you can always call for a meeting.

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  • Liserra

    Liserra

    March 10, 2015, 5:24 pm

    Most rapes are not violent. Most rapes are also committed by friends, dates, relatives, etc. and not the stereotypical rape in the alley by the violent stranger.

    For me, the traumatic part of the rape was the helplessness and violation. I also felt very . . . broken . . . afterwards. Almost like he had sucked the life out of me. Like I wasn't a human being anymore, just a play thing.

    The natural instinct in response to rape is often to "play dead" after you realize that you can't physically resist. You are powerless and nothing you can do will make him stop. A common response is to dissociate: "This isn't real. This isn't happening to me," etc. That is why so many rape survivors don't "fight back" like people expect them to.

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  • obgynkenobi

    obgynkenobi

    March 11, 2015, 4:24 am

    Yes most of us do surgery. I'm still single so that was not me. I make sure to bring it up early in a conversation with someone I I am interested in because I realize some might have an issue with it. It works both ways though I have had some women fuck me pretty much because I was an Ob/Gyn. One had this elaborate fantasy involving speculums and an actual scenario she wanted to play out. It never happened because luckily a friend of mine knew her well and mentioned her heroin habit to me so I never answered her calls after that.

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  • sqeak

    sqeak

    March 10, 2015, 6:57 am

    For about a 4 month period I would eat mushrooms almost every Friday. I have had some horrendous trips. Once eating 9 grams and thinking I was dead. Every few minutes I would get up and repeat the same things I was doing over and over again adding a little each time. I thought it was all leading up to the point where I died. (This I now refer to as the loop) But I also used these experiences to learn a lot about myself and have had a lot of fun in the process. Can't say I enjoyed it 100% but it definitely took me for a ride!

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  • AngMoKio

    AngMoKio

    March 10, 2015, 5:19 pm

    Not necessarily. I live in a country under a 'public option' system and we have arguably the best and cheapest heath care in the world. As well as the longest lifespan.

    I actually chose the *private* option, but the fact that the public option exists makes health care generally affordable. Really, if you can't compete against the inefficient government, you shouldn't be in business. Public option just forces that point.

    It's a really good system, and one that would work well for America I think - if the lobbyists don't get their hands on it and water it down.

    The orig. house bill was pretty good ( I read it. )

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  • mikaelhg

    mikaelhg

    March 11, 2015, 3:07 am

    Learning Linux is a good start, but the priorities of a home user and the priorities of a professional corporate sysadmin are very different.

    To demonstrate that you have the attitude required to be a part of the latter category, I would document very carefully _everything_ you do while learning, in a format that you would believe would be useful to someone else following in your footsteps.

    It's easy to find lone wolves who have used Linux at home, but very hard to find people who can _demonstrate_ that they have the professional attitude of a person who is an effective link in the chain of a professional system administration team.

    To recap:

    1. What you _are_ is not important at this stage, what you can _prove_ on _paper_ is!

    2. When doing your documentation, remember that the objective is to give the person following behind you an optimal package to let them do just that, and that too much detail or filler is just as bad or worse than too little detail.

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