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  • fubo

    fubo

    March 10, 2015, 9:18 am

    Green Dragon is usually made with vodka or Everclear: the stronger the original liquor, the more effectively it extracts cannabinoids.

    I've made it with Absolut and some stems and leaves from some rather nice bud. It looked like, well, "grass juice" would be reasonably accurate; and it tasted like the bud smelled, but grassier. I imagine that if you made it with gin, it would taste like gin and grass clippings, and you'd have liquor snobs telling you that you wasted good gin.

    The problem with drinking your weed is the same as with eating it: it takes a long time (up to an hour) to take effect, depending on how much you've eaten recently. So it's hard to know just how much you've had until it's already hitting you. It works in a totally different time frame from the alcohol that it's mixed with: you notice the booze first, and the cannabis rather later.

    I'm not sure, but I'd expect that icing the stuff would tend to make the cannabis resins (hash oil, effectively) come out of solution onto the glass, and you'd end up with a grass-flavored drink and a dank sticky glass. Possibly not the best combination.

    It seems to me if you want to serve booze and weed at the bar, once the stuff is legal, install a few vaporizers. People put up with all sorts of dorky rituals when drinking tequila; they can figure out "one shot, one puff".

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  • powercow

    powercow

    March 10, 2015, 8:04 pm

    this is the epitome of the problem with the two party system.

    You can not punish your own party for doing badly.

    you basically have three options..

    1 vote for your party even though they didnt do what they said they would.. or are all owned by big biz.

    2 dont vote. which pretty much means you want to punish your party but dont want to be actively screwing yourself.. but in the end your still screwed.

    3. or just say fuck it, bend over and vote for the other party who were dead set against what you were mad at your own party for not passing.

    we really need 2 liberal parties and two conservative ones.

    and we really need to get the lobbyists the fuck out of washington.

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  • samling

    samling

    March 10, 2015, 9:27 am

    I would say this is a better idea than just getting a cheap beater of a guitar. People told me, and I read as well, before buying my first guitar that I'd want to get something that I actually enjoy playing if I was really serious about playing. I'm especially of the opinion that the guitars you find in pawn shops are there for a reason; almost any guitar store will take used guitars as long as they're in a playable condition, so it's a pretty safe bet that the ones you'd find in a pawn shop are either broken in some major way or at the very least not the kind of thing you'd want to spend your hard-earned money on.

    To support your bike story, I bought my electric guitar about a year and a half ago after having played classical piano for 13 years; it's an Epiphone Les Paul Custom - not the nicest guitar ever but for my purposes it's just fine - and between the guitar itself, the amp, and the various other necessities (strings, picks, etc.), it ran me about $900. For a college student that's a lot of money to be spending on what could ultimately amount to something getting dusty in the corner (and in the case of one of my good friends, actually did amount to that). However, I felt good about my purchase, and the time was right, and ever since then I've practiced at least a couple hours a day, gone through a number of hardware changes (pickups and amps mostly), and I really never go anywhere without the thing. I'm abroad for a year in Germany and it's sitting right here next to me.

    In short, some people may find what you said a bit crass, but I'm here to tell you that as guitars go, it's absolutely worth buying something you're going to enjoy playing (unless, of course, you're Jack White) so that it's fun to learn.

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  • ShrimpCrackers

    ShrimpCrackers

    March 11, 2015, 12:55 am

    You would think it's obvious to those students, "We do not want war" doesn't translate when China has invaded nearly all of its neighbors (see Wikipedia if you don't believe, Chinese call it "defensive attack") and thankfully failed in most cases. China also has the world's largest military which has been threatening India and of course they've got 1,600 ballistic missiles aimed at Taiwan. They also have their defense minister whom famously proclaimed that war with the US was a matter of "when not if".

    If one isn't thinking about what they are saying and just repeating state propaganda, they take a page out of George Orwell's 1984.

    **Edit: Wow all the China-critical posts are being voted down, and the history of those posters also voted down. China's 50-cent army in effect?**

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  • Fireblend

    Fireblend

    March 10, 2015, 1:55 pm

    So, maybe Reddit can help. I tried to install 9.10 using VirtualBox (with 9.04 as host), but for whatever reason I can't install the guest additions. I checked the log and noticed this at the bottom of the log, I seem to be missing some C module?

    /tmp/vbox.0/utils.c: In function ‘sf_path_from_dentry’:

    /tmp/vbox.0/utils.c:362: error: implicit declaration of function ‘utf8_wctomb

    /tmp/vbox.0/utils.c: In function ‘sf_nlscpy’:

    /tmp/vbox.0/utils.c:420: error: implicit declaration of function ‘utf8_mbtowc

    make[2]: *** [/tmp/vbox.0/utils.o] Error 1

    make[1]: *** [_module_/tmp/vbox.0] Error 2

    make: *** [vboxvfs] Error 2

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  • it_snowed_today

    it_snowed_today

    March 10, 2015, 3:49 pm

    i'm also a survivor, from childhood abuse by a man old enough to know what he was doing. i didn't tell anyone for 20 years then one day walked into a police station and asked them to help me press charges and take him to account. they were extremely kind and understanding, and did everything they could. it turned out the guy probably left the country as they couldn't find him but he's now on record for abuse and the main thing i wanted to know was that he hadn't repeated (at least, it hadn't been reported). if this guy has done this once he may do it again. ultimately it's your decision but i found it very liberating and once i had completed the police interview i suddenly found i started to heal because i was no longer the only person responsible for his actions.

    telling my parents was harder than telling the police - they needed to know why i was acting standoffish at the time. i blamed them for not protecting me. maybe you and your husband have some work to do on this also. he loves you and may feel guilty for not being there when you needed him most.

    i hope what i have said is not difficult for you, it is just my very personal experience. if it helps, i thought that because i wasn't raped it wasn't important. maybe you feel it's not important enough to take to the authorities. it is. they will take it seriously. i also had a lot of sessions with a behavioral psychologist which was unbelievably helpful.

    good luck, even if you decide to work it through yourself it is possible to get to a place where it doesn't affect you so much.

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  • kungtotte

    kungtotte

    March 11, 2015, 7:29 am

    Not the OP here, but a trucker as well. 9 times out of 10 you don't get to choose when you are out on the road. If a customer needs his deliveries by 8 AM he needs them by 8 AM, and they're generally not interested in getting to their place of business at 4 AM in the morning to take care of a pre-rush-hour delivery. And most people want deliveries either at the start of or at the end of the day, so they have time to put them away without it interfering with the day-to-day stuff, and this means delivery trucks will be out in force during rush-hour traffic.

    I've no idea how it is on your side of the pond, but around here in Sweden most truckers who *can* drive during traffic lulls do so, and it's purely selfish. If you think you're inconvenienced by having a truck in front of you at a red light you can't imagine how it feels driving that truck and having three or four cars ahead that just won't get going when the light turns.

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  • aldaraia

    aldaraia

    March 11, 2015, 12:27 am

    Remain calm and use the information that my death is indeed inevitable to get over the fact that my death is indeed inevitable. I'd spend time with the last few people who mean anything to me. Not bemoan the end of my existence or anyone else's, not begrudge anyone who would be living their life in a violent and frivolous manner. I would keep my family and loved ones calm and with me as much as possible, because I personally feel I would be the only rational one of the bunch.

    Lastly, I would spend what little time and money I had left treating my nieces to everything that would comfort them. I would assume that no one will have told them, so they would be oblivious to what was coming; In ten years time, they'd be 17 and 11. While they should probably be told by those ages, I still wouldn't want them to be. I'd make sure that they lived a life of comfort, not strife, to make up for the decades that they wouldn't live.

    That is exactly what I would do.

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  • jmuh

    jmuh

    March 10, 2015, 11:48 pm

    Both are scum.

    But the ratings disparity is easy to understand.

    At 6pm, Beck gets all the viewers who are, for some reason, not on their way home from work or otherwise engaged. For the people who are going to be in front of the TV at 6, the choices are few. Either watch a broadcast network's world news (liberal!!), a syndicated sitcom from the 90s or the Glenn Beck Show. That this demographic chooses GB is unsurprising.

    At 9, it's not like most people choose between just what's on MSNBC, CNN or FN. There's a ton of original programming on the broadcast and cable networks. Sean Hannity is certainly a giant prick worthy of fringe love; he's just got a lot more competition. The old folks have procedural crime dramas to watch on CBS, you know!

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  • Gravedigger3

    Gravedigger3

    March 11, 2015, 5:13 am

    >Sure, you might think a girl is hot, but you don't need to tell her that. We already know it. I know when I get hit on and my friends don't (also a bad move). I know when I get stared at and catcalled daily. If you came up to me and told me I was beautiful, I might admire your forthrightness, but for the love of all that is good, please at least try to think of something I haven't heard before.

    This goes against everything I have come to learn about females. I have learned, the hard way, that even when a woman knows she is hot she still **needs to hear it regularly**. If you are seriously sick of men hitting on you and telling you how attractive you are then I would urge you to learn to appreciate it; because 20 years from now you will really miss it.

    Also what the fuck do you mean when you say "also a bad move" about not hitting on your friends. Are you saying that if I wanted to get to know you I should hit on your friends? Or that I should bring enough wingmen for all your friends? I have always had ill effects

    whenever I showed the slightest interest in the friends of the woman I was trying to woo.

    I know you are a woman, and so you *should* know more about what women want than me... but you don't. Most women I have known did not "know they were hot" and the ones who did still liked to hear it.

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  • nikitkhanna

    nikitkhanna

    March 11, 2015, 12:28 am

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  • Diogenean

    Diogenean

    March 11, 2015, 2:59 am

    No, you should not wait because the "slow-pokes" don't *want* you to wait.

    Us slow-pokes would much rather show up to a table that is already set for us, no waiting in the lobby, people already seated, with a conversation already warmed up and going for us to commandeer. If you guys have already ordered, no problem! The waitress will rush right over to me specifically to specially take my personal order, no waiting involved. Kinda makes you *want* to be late, don't it? Guess that's why they call it *fashionably* late ;-)

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  • benihana

    benihana

    March 11, 2015, 7:26 am

    Heh. I have no problem with any other addictive substances, alcohol, painkillers, whatever. For some reason, weed and I just clicked from the first day I ever tried it. There have been many times where I said to myself, "I'm not going to smoke this every day, I'm going to do it sparingly." And I'd always end up slowly starting to smoke it every day, any chance I got. I'd find excuses and justifications to do it, so I got rid of all my weed, dunked all my pieces in isopropyl alcohol and sealed them up in a box.

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  • dweckl

    dweckl

    March 10, 2015, 10:24 pm

    Perhaps a general illustration of how CBT works will be helpful: the basic concept is that your thoughts about a situation or circumstance, and not the situation or circumstance itself, trigger your emotions. You invariably will find that your mind is telling itself irrational and unsupported things over and over, and those thoughts are causing anxiety/depression/frustration/anger.

    Our brains evolved in a very strange way; we react in a physical way to a thought almost identically to how we react to an actual event. The mind/body cannot really distinguish. If you're thinking about giving a public speech tomorrow, your body reacts as if you're actually giving the speech - a really amazing idea, if you think about it.

    When you start CBT, you learn to write down your thoughts and analyze them, and you discover some of the self-defeating thoughts you tell yourself all day long (e.g. I am going to fail that test tomorrow, this person hates me, I will never find another girlfriend again, people do not like me, I am ugly, I have too much to do tomorrow, I am going to be broke forever). It quickly becomes fairly obvious why you're feeling the way you do; you're mindfucking yourself.

    The hard step is learning to change these thoughts, because it takes work. It's similar to analyzing exactly why the thoughts are not true, or are self-defeating, and changing them.

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  • ital

    ital

    March 11, 2015, 1:25 am

    >Many other traditional animal instincts are essentially genetic memories, but the more complex the organism, the more important the role of learned behavior becomes.

    um, no. They are only 'memories' if we completed disregard the definition of what a memory is.

    and there is no correlation between 'complexity,' however you define it, and the need for instinctual behavioral responses to stimuli.

    >If the brain can't affect reproductive cells, how did this behavior arise in the first place?

    Because the reproductive cells created the brain, natural selection takes over from there. The brain is not a homogeneous lump of stuff. It has all kinds of specialized features that are genetically coded.

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  • SecretNegroArmy

    SecretNegroArmy

    March 10, 2015, 10:56 am

    Angry black woman: Are you sayin' the Democratic Party don't care about the African-American community?

    Bullworth: Isn't that OBVIOUS? You got half your kids are out of work and the other half are in jail. Do you see ANY Democrat doing anything about it? Certainly not me! So what're you gonna do, vote Republican? Come on! Come on, you're not gonna vote Republican! Let's call a spade a spade!

    I mean - come on! You can have a Billion Man March! If you don't put down that malt liquor and chicken wings, and get behind someone other than a running back who stabs his wife, you're NEVER gonna get rid of somebody like me!

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  • drewbug01

    drewbug01

    March 10, 2015, 10:24 am

    I always find it interesting to read the programmer-centric viewpoint that I find on Reddit.

    I can understand the frustration at being told that you can only use the tools available to you, but I don't feel this admin was out of line.

    Do many programmers actually understand what the job of a sysadmin is? It really isn't just sitting around drinking coffee waiting for things to go wrong. A large part of the job is preventative work -- making sure that things DON'T go down. And limiting access is very important for that.

    If the sysadmin feels that this restriction is valid, I'm not so certain that he should have to bend over backwards because someone does not want to work within the restrictions designed to keep systems up and running.

    Programmers, and their workflow are not always the top dog, guys.

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  • parachute44

    parachute44

    March 11, 2015, 2:52 am

    The only thing keeping the Colombian people safe from their government is the FARC (I don't mean the FARC is defending the people, they are simply the buffer). The moment FARC falls the people of Colombia will be at the mercy of the government and their military. There is no chance in hell the military will say "Welp that's it, the enemy is defeated, might as well decrease military spending." A new enemy will be needed, and it will be the people. Any and all dissidents are fucked.

    If history is to teach South America anything, it should be to never accept military aid from the US.

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  • iwillkickyou

    iwillkickyou

    March 10, 2015, 11:28 pm

    It is most likely not a random thing but a remnant of pack instinct.

    My mom has three chihuahuas, one which is part hound. Two of them of them will howl whenever an ambulance can be heard. They are not annoyed, they are joining in. Some part of the tone is obviously triggering their long lost group call. All the while the third very lazy pooch sits like a baby on the couch under a blanket.

    These dogs are having the same reaction to spongebob. The real treat would be some super sound nerd taking the theme song and isolating the exact sound.

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  • KevinPaary

    KevinPaary

    March 10, 2015, 8:54 pm

    Brilliant cross-country doc, Dave. Ever thought of doing a TV show about "What it is to be English?" "The Anglo Files," Jeremy Paxman's "The English," "Pies and Consequence" and "Watching The English" are books which offer a really funny and insightful perspectives on what it is to be English. The books remind me of how you pointed out to Americans how their daily life had become corporative under their noses, without them noticing. In that light, it is remarkable how few English people know what it is that makes them so oddly different frm the rest of the world.

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  • wanderinggoat

    wanderinggoat

    March 11, 2015, 8:16 am

    Practise procedures as much as possible, tacking, gybing, REEFING, taking down the sails in a hurry, learn how to lie too or heave too.

    Practise these things for hours every day until you all know how to do with out even thinking about it.

    When you have time sort out the rigging so that everything is set up for doing this easily with out lines getting tangled.

    Go out in rough weather every possible time so you are used to sailing the ship in worse weather than you expect.

    you seem to be under crewed for a 100 foot ship even for a schooner.

    I would expect you would need 4-5 crew Plus the captain at a minimum twice that or more so people can get some rest and the ship can be tacked without requiring all the crew.

    work out the safest easiest ways to tack and gybe in bad weather using preventers etc and practice when ever you can otherwise you will get sloppy in easy weather and damage gear or have accidents in rough weather.

    the normal things that go wrong is that the crew are tired or scared or both and give up before the ship does which is why sleep and good food are important.

    pity i'm not in your part of the world otherwise I wouldn't mind coming with you.

    lack of experience can be a problem but if you use common sense and look after the safety of the ship you can learn and understand things much faster than people who learn from books.

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  • unrealious

    unrealious

    March 11, 2015, 5:20 am

    Actually, just as it was discovered that "the missing link" may not exist, this is not as far fetched as it might sound. We have a natural and several artificial satellites in orbit about the earth. On some planets in our solar system there are bits of matter that have a stable orbit. Saturn most notably comes to mind. It follows that a fluid or gas could be captured by the gravity of a planet. Perhaps there are forces external to that system such as a large meteor that could cause the orbit to become unstable, causing the fluid to be torn down to the planet's surface.

    Just a thought.

    Peace.

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  • AngMoKio

    AngMoKio

    March 10, 2015, 11:44 pm

    Yes. Have this all the time. Fix your posture (seat height mainly) and get an ergo keyboard.

    When you type, look at the angle your wrists make with your hands. If that angle is too large in either plane (vertical or left to right), major pain.

    Also, consider moving your keyboard away from you on your desk (get a deeper desk.) That will also decrease the angle.

    (I write this as I type in major pain on my laptop in my lap - sigh - the perils of telecommuting as I sail around the word - I miss my desk.)

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  • deprecated

    deprecated

    March 10, 2015, 8:10 am

    Is google really all that amazing? With all the talent and money your company presumably has, I'm actually not that impressed with whats being done. We seemed locked into the same internet world we inherited almost a decade ago, with perhaps some small advances in dealing with the limitations of html (ajax and the like.)

    When can we expect to get to the next real level of useful distributed systems, the next "paradigm" of computing if you will?

    I'm a little disappointed in how slow things seem to be evolving.

    PS. Don't ask me what that is; if I knew, I'd be working for google.

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  • Liserra

    Liserra

    March 11, 2015, 6:02 am

    I went to college with a guy who was born without a CC. Apparently he made >$30,000 a year just as a research participant. Nearly all people born without a CC are mentally retarded/non-communicative, because they have additional defects beyond the lack of a CC.

    His condition was rare enough that researchers would pay for him to fly around the world so that they could study him (the most common country was Israel).

    It's more common to have the CC surgically severed, but even that is pretty rare.

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  • Danascot

    Danascot

    March 10, 2015, 9:27 am

    You're talking about being a venture capital broker: someone who matches start-ups with venture capital folks. Normally the broker receives a fee out of the first release of funding to the start-up. You build your business by getting a rep among venture capital firms that you rep good start-ups and among start-ups by being able to come through with investors when their business looks viable. You can charge application fees to analyze a deal but the real money comes when you get a few percent of a multi-million closing on funding. ... and yes, you can negotiate a small piece of the venture for yourself.

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  • AbuNouman

    AbuNouman

    March 10, 2015, 1:30 pm

    Dear Gen.Ray Odierno

    I differ with your views at many counts since I was embedded with your troops prior to the invasion The issue was WMD that brought you to Iraq which turn out to be Weapon of Mass Deception .You were never greeted as a liberators ,Iraqi people knew of your intention of oil & occupation .This view was expressed to me during my captivity in Iraq by the Baathists who said to me they were defending their country from the invaders and they preferred their devil than the invader’s one . Permanent military presence was the Pentagon’s intention with the blessing of the white house and that was said , later on ,by many politicians of your establishments after five years of occupation.

    I am afraid no takers for your appeal General, you left 1.5 million widowers, 4 millions refugees, 5 millions displaced and daily death of minimum 100 innocents civilians and not to speak of the deformed babies and anomalies because of the depleted Uranium used by your forces when you knew even how many bullets the Iraqi army had to sustain your assault .Do your remember Richard Butler mission?? It was to see the conventional capacity of the Iraqi Army and not forged WMD piles.

    I agree, that democracy is our ultimatum as human being and dictators should be removed and Saddam was one of more 120 dictators still abusing power under your patronage. Will you apply the same method? I mean even if there is no oil?

    I apologise for my frankness ,I am trying to convey to you that our love to Americans are strong and your troops tarnish the image and kept us apart from our American friends .

    The irony General Ray, you did not even render an apology for the anarchy you created, the tears in the Iraqi mothers is real and did not dry and in your eyes not even a false tear from “the Onion”.

    Dr.WAIEL Awwad

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  • boygirladmirer

    boygirladmirer

    March 10, 2015, 12:31 pm

    I am a skinny indie boy who eats french fries at least once a day. I love art (favorite artist: Alex Grey). "Ichor" is one of my favorite words (along with "cyclopean", "charnal", and pretty much anything H.P Lovecraft would use) I like Sufjan Stevens (especially the song "Chicago"). Owls are my favorite animal. I watch House.

    When I read the last part of the above paragraph and some of your other replies my first thought was "oh man this sounds like someone I would get along with really well..." My poor heart even skipped a beat.

    Will you go on a date with me? (super cereal question)

    I dunno if we'd hit it off or what, but it's worth a shot.

    please <3?

    If you have any ?'s I'd be happy to answer.

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  • collin_ph

    collin_ph

    March 11, 2015, 6:45 am

    I don't personally believe that their are "conservative" stocks (for most 99% of investors anyway). Stocks are gambling, and this economy is just proof of that. An investment is putting your money where your knowledge is. Only a very few know enough about a company to really be qualified to invest in its stock and call it anything but a gamble.

    There's not a 100% fool proof plan to getting rich, and it is all but guaranteed that any venture is likely to fail. You have to try several times before you may find success. But you live and learn. The one area I disagree with Ramsey on is his investments in the stock market. The stock market thrives on rumors, manipulation, panic, euphoria and a plethora of things that are not good. The 90's bubble was all about ideas that failed to materialize.. cures for cancer that never happened, tech companies that couldn't figure out how to make money, etc -- in short pure speculation-- and worse than that, most of the people making 20%+ couldn't spell internet, and when it tanked they didn't even know what happened.. never realized that the whole value of the market at that time was based on very few actual sales numbers to back all that growth. That kind "ignorant" investment gives rise to Enron, Madof, and even the whole housing bubble -- people stop caring how they're making money as long as the money is coming in. Then the party ends and it's like a bad hangover -- except everyone blames everyone else for the problems. In my opinion, sober, sane, "straight up", no funny business investments are boring to most people. Most people I talk to want to give someone else their money, and through no actual work or real knowledge (knowledge that helps to create a new product or further the overall market in any way) make a profit.

    People who make profits without bettering the marketplace, creating win/win situations, or providing a good or service are either investing recklessly or are participating in a scam.

    Banks provide a service (loans, etc.) and make a reasonable profit. We work, we get paid. Kiyosaki guides a company through to IPO, Trump creates markets. Then the public is snookered into believing that all you have to do is plug a little money into the stock market machine, and out comes a huge profit... really, it's not different than a game at the casino-- blackjack or something. Everyone who plays thinks they know something, until they go home broke -- then they either know that they fooled themselves, or they blame it on someone else.

    Now, you mention that the elite get to mess up and it's no big deal.. well, Kiyosaki and Trump have both went bust multiple times. Now, I believe that they have gotten back up and dusted themselves off after these failures because of one thing: Financial education. Since they have had experience in making millions, they can try again. We may have trouble thinking on those terms, but consider if you lost your job tomorrow... you'd go right back out and get another one.. a little inconvenience, but probably not going to ruin your life forever.

    A homeless person may think that you are just "given" jobs, and you don't really have to try for your job because you can afford nice clothes and have a decent home and a cell phone... In reality the only difference is that you are experienced in how to obtain and keep a job, and are confident in it.

    I'm not saying that luck is involved.. sure it is. And you talk about Kevin Lewis.. I don't know his specific scenario, but you know that contracts are contracts.. financially literate people use them to hedge their bets on everything. I'm not 100% sure he had a contract for a huge severance package, but he probably did. Just like the "elite" know how to own property in a corporate name, and when they go bankrupt, they don't lose their personal assets.. it's not that they are "elite", it's that they know how to work the system. As long as we have a system with rules, people will use those rules to the max to get the best advantage they can for themselves. Do all of these rules make sense? Definitely not, but you only have a couple of choices. Learn to exploit the rules to the max extent legally and ethically possible, ignore the rules and play your own game (and probably lose), or bend and break the rules to get even further ahead (Madof, etc.).

    I don't have a problem with the elite using the rules to get ahead.. We should take their examples and play the game instead of getting played. And I'm not talking about illegal or unethical stuff.. but if we can get a company to promise to pay us millions when we leave the company, we should try and get it done. We should all protect our families assets the same way those guys do. You can look at people like Mike Tyson, Michael Jackson, and Willie Nelson to see what happens even when you're "elite" but don't learn to play by the rules.

    Anyway, I'm rambling (it's late), but I'll just re-iterate my main point one last time. When we try to make money out of something we don't understand we are investing recklessly. Unless we can explain HOW we're adding value to the marketplace, and how we're helping to provide goods, services, and ideas to the public, we're investing in error. Furthermore, if we're investing in companies that we know little about -- don't know the names of everyone on the board, know what the work ethic of the leadership of the company is, and other things that you don't find on a stock chart, we're setting ourselves up to be taken to the cleaners.

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  • Vomit_Sandwich

    Vomit_Sandwich

    March 11, 2015, 6:59 am

    Wow, what an American fucking hero. You just made my night! I was under the impression that EVERY single cop was an asshole! Thank you for your vapid story! Everyone is going to eat this shit up, because that's just what Reddit does, Reddit eats shit. I mean really, every time I've been pulled over it has been civilized. Decent cops don't need publicizing because a majority of cops actually do their job correctly. Bad cops need to be publicized so we can be outraged and not let the next cop who abuses his authority get away with it. And you left out the part where you sucked his cock for being so nice to you. Fuck you so much.

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