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  • chicofaraby

    chicofaraby

    March 10, 2015, 6:04 pm

    Single payer universal makes the most sense from every angle. From the medical perspective, health care providers are able to put medicine, not insurance, first in their decisions. From the financial perspective, it's cheaper. There is no way around that. Single payer universal systems spend less money per capita on medicine and they get better results. From a business perspective, insurance premiums consume capital. Every business I know of could use some more capital. From the public perspective, I don't have to worry about getting some crazy flu from sick people who can't get treatment and have to 'tough it out' every freaking time I go out in public.

    Some days I can't believe we're still talking about this.

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  • fiddler616

    fiddler616

    March 10, 2015, 6:27 am

    From a project on it I did in Algebra I... it was discussed that rectangles of side length ratios 1:phi are considered to be the most cosmetic (example: the Parthenon (the rectangles formed by two pillars, ceiling and floor)). And apparently the same rectangle shows up in good paintings (like drawing rectangles with vertices at various important points on the Mona Lisa yields the same).

    And since no one has said it explicitly : the nth term of the Fibonacci sequence divided by the nth + 1 term approaches phi as n approaches infinity.

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  • Xet

    Xet

    March 10, 2015, 5:55 pm

    I understand what you're saying, but I don't really agree with it.

    If you look at modern films, a $100+ million budget is pretty standard for many films these days. We're led to believe that this is how the industry works, and good films need huge budgets - yet many lower budget films are created which have a much higher quality than their Hollywood counterparts. District 9 is one example of this, although it still cost $30 million, which is a low amount by Hollywood blockbuster standards. Primer is perhaps a better example, as it had a truly minuscule budget, and was a very high quality film. 'The Man from Earth' is another recent example, with a $200,000 budget. Actually it's quite common for lower budget films to be of higher quality in terms of story and creativity than their Hollywood counterparts - precisely because they don't have to fit themselves into the 'mould' that is the world of top budget films.

    In terms of the gaming industry, it's just that the big names have gathered up a lot of the talent, and a lot of the attention, and smaller games developers are not taken notice of as much. I think there is a good chance that we'll be seeing more high quality games from smaller studios in the future, as it seems to me there is a lot more desire for it these days.

    The Witcher is an example of a game coming pretty much out of nowhere and being pretty darn good - created by a then unknown foreign development studio. Also note that The Witcher went somewhere quite new with the whole Western RPG idea, and was willing to take a few risks...

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  • NakedTonyDanza

    NakedTonyDanza

    March 11, 2015, 4:51 am

    I totally get the cropping, it's very understandable. You both are adventurous, so why not take some more?

    My girl and I took a lot of sexy photos a few years ago, and now we're out of shape, but it's still nice to show off your body and see if people like it.

    So I get that you might not both look as good now as you did in these pictures (because you both look pretty sexy), but take some more photos with your new camera! I'd love to see them.

    Thanks for posting, regardless of my whining about the resolution.

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  • KantLockeMeIn

    KantLockeMeIn

    March 10, 2015, 11:58 am

    >Really? I didn't dispute government involvement in the definition? Have you just skimmed over what I've written?

    When I presented a definition as a basis, you made no comment regarding the definition. You presented no definition of your own other than the insistence that I was incorrect, but offering no real argument as to why.

    You avoid the argument by attempting to argue semantics, which is why I requested your definition, which you have again avoided in producing. Furthermore, if you wish to use a definition which simply defines a corporation as a voluntary group of individuals, it itself is out of context for the discussion.

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  • KingBeetle

    KingBeetle

    March 10, 2015, 12:03 pm

    Not as, no. And I wouldn't mind if it was for about $5,000 or so. But when Walmart takes in $80,000 on a part-time cake decorator whose position didn't pay out that much in 5+ years, it is obvious that they are profiting on the suffering of their employees. In the case of the cake decorator, her husband also worked for the company and went broke paying medical/funeral bills while his employer made in a day what is scratch to Walmart.

    It is an example of the doggedly anti-worker, pro-share holder mindset of the American economy that is tragically inhumane.

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  • Tangata

    Tangata

    March 10, 2015, 8:51 pm

    This this a kind of "corny" thing for me to do, but I'm living up to my name at least. Anyhow, I'm someone stuggling to become a digital artist and am working on putting together my first exhibition of digital art, which all starts life as a photograph that I take. I'm seeking help with what works might appeal to the largest audience possible for my first exhibition. In this post I give instructions on how you can vote for the shortlist of works for the exhibition, and I'd really appreciate the input of the reddit community. Thanks if you take the time to vote. It only takes a few clicks.

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  • lilhurt38

    lilhurt38

    March 10, 2015, 11:32 pm

    I'm slightly more coordinated plucking and strumming with my right hand, but I cannot use my left hand for fingering at all. I'm sure that over time I could probably learn to go up and down the fretboard with my left hand, but why should I if I can do a better job with my right hand and still pick/strum very well with my left hand? I also started out playing an acoustic guitar and I really had to press hard on the strings to get the notes to play out, it would've been impossible to do that using my left hand. It was really tough for me to pick and strum with my left hand, but I learned to hold the pick a certain way that helped me be more accurate. The tempo of metal is tough for me to get perfectly, but it's not really the style I play anyways. It really depends on what you feel comfortable with. You should try both, if you really can't play righty then don't. You should at least give it a good attempt because I think that you'll always be slightly more accurate at picking and strumming with your stronger hand. But that doesn't really matter if you can't finger with your left hand. I've learned how to finger pick with my left hand very well, I can play classical guitar fairly well. It all depends on your own coordination and how much you practice.

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  • endangered_feces

    endangered_feces

    March 10, 2015, 10:12 am

    >What is the right thing to do when you lose control of the car like I did?

    Like others have said, don't brake and don't yank the wheel.

    Hydroplaning means your wheels are not touching the ground (there is a layer of water in between them) so turning is useless and overall dangerous. Spinning tires can also shed more water (as they are designed to do) and also has better friction (static friction vs kinetic friction) so braking is a bad idea. You have to let the car slow down naturally and have your wheels pointed in the right direction for when your car comes into contact with the ground again.

    >How do you avoid hydroplaning?

    You got into a spin in the first place because of bad timing and high speeds. Your back tire does not magically jump out on its own. Most likely, you made a gentle correction to stay in your lane at the wrong time which allowed the back tire to be exposed to the pull of the puddle on the road. There is no engine weighing down the back wheels either so back tires are surprisingly susceptible. I had a very similar thing happen to me with snow on the side of the road, but an otherwise clear road. I was on a curve and my back tires touched the snow and that was it... 2 full spins. In your case and in mine, excessive speed was the number one culprit.

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  • algebra

    algebra

    March 10, 2015, 6:31 am

    Joomla is in a way the mutant hybrid of MVC & PAC. While having mainly MVC donor DNA, it borrows the PAC concept of recursion; but with tighter MVC coupling between instancing. (Which still allows for model sharing, so not sure what GP means by "aren't supposed to.")

    This enables rapid extension development in keeping with Joomla's originally stated goal of being an application development framework.

    Drupal on the other hand is *somewhat* "far better to customize" as GP noted in that the module ecology seems more evolved. However if you want to quickly build an app, you have to rely on these 3rd party contrib mods, as opposed to rolling everything yourself.

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  • timeshifter_

    timeshifter_

    March 10, 2015, 10:17 am

    It's mathematically less secure, too. Simple:

    Say site A has no arbitrary password limits. For the sake of ease, I'll utilize a 6-character password, consisting of A-Z, a-z, 0-9, [email protected]#$%^&*, and . ... . 52 letters, 10 numbers, 10 special characters, 72 possible characters in total.

    Total combinations: 139,314,069,504

    ----

    Now, site B doesn't allow special characters. 62 possible characters.

    Total combinations: 51,520,374,361

    ----

    Whoopsie. By not allowing special characters, you chop off the number of possibilities by more than half. Ouch. Now the fun ones... you know.. the ones that say "must start with a letter, must include one capital letter". Formula here: 52 * 26 * (62^4)

    Total combinations: 19,977,606,272

    ----

    One more slightly extreme one: only letters, with one caps:

    Total combinations: 9,885,304,832

    ----

    Oh snap. See where this goes? The password has been six characters long the whole time, but having those arbitrary restrictions can reduce the number of possibilities by a factor of 14. Password restrictions are *stupid*, and any institution that implements them needs a new security advisor.

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  • mredd

    mredd

    March 11, 2015, 2:13 am

    Now you're getting on very thin ice and try to talk about other things. You are clearly implying that they are terrorists or terrorist sympathizers. Your hasbara handbook has of course told you not to call them terrorists so you pretend that you don't think that, but it's crystal clear from what you write.

    > considering that every country has been at war sometime or another, and considering that every war has had its share of harm to civilians, you could say that the leadership of each and every country is led by terrorists, so each and every person is a terrorist.

    That's completely ridiculous and just shows that you're not really here to discuss anything. Do you even know what terrorism mean?

    War is not about terrorism but certain countries certainly use terrorism when they wage war (for example Israel).

    > You seem to have forgotten all the ethnic cleansings of Jews at the hands of Arabs before the establishment of Israel.

    Do tell me about that. What are you referring to? As you do that please compare that to the number of Palestinians that have been ethnically cleansed by Israel.

    Israel is motivated by the Jewish religion. It is a country for Jews where other people become second class citizens. Looking forward to seeing you argue against that.

    > The only point you seem to be able to drive home is that you can't understand what you read.

    Really? Please give an example of that?

    It's clear that you are just out to spread some lies here.

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  • jackrednur

    jackrednur

    March 10, 2015, 11:22 am

    Before Sunset. It feels more authentic than any other romance I've ever seen, except for it's predecessor, Before Sunrise...which was more wistful and optimistic and thus felt slightly less honest. Before Sunset was like eavesdropping on a reunion of lovers after a decade apart, only their idealism and romantic notions have given way to compromise and regret. If you've been in a similar situation (and many of us have) it's painful to watch, but the entire film rings true...and I love how in the end, it never really resolves anything...leaving it up to the viewer to decide what comes next for Jesse and Celine.

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