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  • darkcat9x

    darkcat9x

    March 10, 2015, 10:02 pm

    An asshole? Really? I think any point you were trying to make is largely negated by this comment. Nothing in the OP's post suggested that he was being an asshole whatsoever. Far from it, he seems to be genuinely conflicted about what he did further showing his concern over the best way to help another human who could potentially be in a life/health threatening situation. Far from the actions of an "asshole". As for him being asked not to call for help, people in extreme situations, such as an overturned car or suffering from potential head trauma do tend to panic and make rash, incorrect or even dangerous decisions.

    It's one thing to disagree with the poster's actions or support the the less prevalent viewpoint. Calling him an asshole and then reiterating it when people call you out on it seem to be actions of, well, an asshole.

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  • Sawta

    Sawta

    March 10, 2015, 1:10 pm

    I've read several of your responses and noticed that you haven't reported this to either family members or the police. I understand that going through the process can be incredibly stressful and gut wrenching, but I do encourage you to do so as soon as you possibly can. Try to take things one step at a time, maybe you could confined in your brother first and tell him what happened, you could invite him to come to one of your therapy sessions so your councilor would be able to help clarify what happened if you are unwilling (or unable) to say it.

    I am begging you, *please* let someone know about this so they can take action against this sexual predator so they wont be able hurt anyone else the same way that they hurt you.

    Think about the ways this has deeply affected your life, try to imagine how many people you can help protect if you help get justice for this crime, if you help get this person off the streets and away from children. It wont undo what has already happened to you, but at least there will be a *chance* that you can help spare someone else from going through the same misery and hardship that you've had to deal with.

    I force you to take action, but please do something and do it soon. Best of luck.

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  • swetron

    swetron

    March 11, 2015, 9:29 am

    hmm. I'm quite relaxed myself. Kind of borderline pervert actually. My friends are relaxed aswell but sometimes I get weird looks from them anyway. I tend to just blurt things out without thinking.

    I'm not sleeping around much (or at all) but there is no shame in my my circle of friends if you have a active sex life, so to speak.

    In the winter a lot of folks travel to our ski resorts up north. Or to the alps (central europe). Oh and Thailand if you are over 40 or under 25.

    I myself start a ama thread on reddit.

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  • hiS_oWn

    hiS_oWn

    March 10, 2015, 2:50 pm

    Not to place myself as Dresden Codak''s stalwart defender, but that post was a joke. Maybe it was just the writing style, but I couldn't glean a single justifiable point out of the entire thing.

    I can't quite pin it down, but this paragraph illustrates everything that I hated about having to read that.

    >Oh, but of course it is for you, because you're lazy and you don't know a fucking thing. If you're competent, then you don't have to sit and think "What will my stupid character do next?" What they'll do next is obvious, because you know their personality like it's your own, or at least a close sibling whose mind you can read. So rather than sweat out the decisions, the prose flows from your fingertips like it has a life of its own. Every quirk and mannerism becomes second nature - they might click their fingers while thinking, or play with their hair when flirting. Whatever. You, as an author, know this person.

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  • lukey

    lukey

    March 11, 2015, 9:05 am

    I'm pretty much the same...and I hear that this happens a great deal of the time...a ton of people at the edge of the bell curve end up doing totally unconventional things. Most careers are rather like school. I think that is the whole point most of the time.

    I'm still in touch with a lot of people from my G/T program. Half are performing brilliantly in high-powered careers (...the "talented" lot...) and the other half are sort of pursuing excentric paths (...the gifted lot...)

    I was so ill-adjusted to school for the exact same reasons I wouldn't thrive or be happy in most mainstream careers.

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  • jsantos17

    jsantos17

    March 10, 2015, 4:23 pm

    >Corrupt Police officers? I'm sure there are

    Trust me, corruption in the police in the US is not even close to what you see on Latin America.

    If a cop stops you for something big (like driving drunk) you just slip a $20 in your handshake and go on your merry way. They're friends with organized crime and won't do anything to protect you because they have deal with the criminals. These are not exceptional cases, it's what you expect.

    >20 million starving people? I went to a park once and under every tree there was a homeless dude. Pretty sure USA has heaps of homeless and starving people

    The difference is that a lot of these people are not drunkards, just poor people who are construction workers or anything like that and make $300 to support a family of five. They're actually starving, they don't have anywhere to go to get food. There's nothing like shelters, welfare or food stamps. This is reality for 70% of the population in these countries.

    Really, dude. These doesn't compare, at all. There's a reason Latin America's countries are "developing countries".

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  • jimbo_jones

    jimbo_jones

    March 10, 2015, 12:25 pm

    Yeah I figured it was to do with bombs - damn terrorists ruin everything nice :(

    Really though, we should get over it now - if the US with its constant terror alerts manages to have multiple bins on the subway, we should at least be able to manage a couple here and there.

    Of course I bet the authorities/private owners are only too happy to continue being sure that bins are a threat to society if it means they don't have to bother with the hassle of maintaining them.

    Actually, more than having more bins, I wish people here would stop throwing their rubbish out of their car windows - the roads are hard to distinguish from landfills.

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  • Tweakers

    Tweakers

    March 10, 2015, 10:01 pm

    Please accept my apology for my reply to your original post, I tend to get grumpy when viewing mangled English: I constantly forget that this medium requires one to respond quickly or miss the conversation. Such constraints are a petri dish for poor spelling, punctuation and sentence structure and I too am guilty of these sins against English most every day (you'll rarely see a post by me which hasn't been edited.)

    I don't keep up with arguments over design decisions of Tcl/Tk in the community, I'm just happy to have improvements, especially in light of how long it took just to get anti-aliased fonts in Tk. I came to Tcl/Tk from being a C only progammer and I _love_ Tcl. I've looked into Lisp (can't stand the syntax, which is really rather amusing since Tcl syntax isn't all that different) and Smalltalk (OOPs language, but Squeak is appealing enough to make me re-consider.) Currently I'm looking at functional programming extensions to Tcl and TkZinc for their extended canvas widget.

    Cheers!

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  • ddrt

    ddrt

    March 10, 2015, 11:52 pm

    Well....

    In the photo where they, the band, are going down the street in red rocket wagons one is holding wine... if he actually was a wine enthusiast he would know to not hold the glass how he is but to hold it from the stem. It would make for a better pose anyway.

    Most of the pictures aren't really focusing on the band. I assume that the picture of the man in a tornado/storm has something to do with a lightning rod? If so that was a horribly placed sign/representation of the music group. One single font that clearly looked like it was typed in is not a flashy and cool way to get anyone to think he is a stylish music artist (they are selling an image here, not really selling the band). I also notice the badly entered lightning rod on top of the barn? house? that is clearly not there to begin with.

    If you look in the photo of the dinosaur chasing the man he is running with right leg forward and right arm forward... clearly he is going to get no where. However he is wearing a track outfit... weird.

    There are other things but I'm tired and don't want to try so hard on pictures from craigs list.

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  • thinkfreemind

    thinkfreemind

    March 10, 2015, 7:45 pm

    You did almost everything wrong. The good news is that you can learn from your mistakes.

    Firstly, when it is raining (snowing, foggy, etc...) you should slow down and drive according to the hazardous conditions. I'm pretty sure that 70 mph is likely above the posted speed limit anyways, but even if it isn't, you should never drive that fast in wet road conditions. Lesson #1 is the first thing they teach you in class: **Drive Defensively!**

    The next thing you did incorrectly is applying the brakes when you lost traction and started to slide. You should not apply the brakes in this situation as this only causes your wheels to stop turning which will continue your slide. You should let your foot off of the accelerator and try to keep the vehicle steady, until traction returns at which point you correct yourself and continue driving cautiously. If you are sliding on an icy road, you should steer the vehicle in the direction of the slide (if the front end is going right, compensate by turning the wheel to the right) as this will help keep your tires straight and help you gain control more quickly.

    The one thing you did correctly was pulling off of the road after you gained control. This helps you to check on the safety of your passengers and to look over the vehicle for any possible damage. Also, it's good that you don't ever want to have this happen again as this event (which thankfully ended up with everyone safe) might not end the same way next time. You are a young driver and you need to take the proper precautions so that you can live to be an old driver some day; I have had way too many of my friends die in preventable car accidents.

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  • Nessie

    Nessie

    March 10, 2015, 2:17 pm

    >Given your second statement, I'm not sure what to infer from that, do you believe the government will tax us dry for health-care reform(or some other program)?

    Answered above. I don't believe either, because I have no crystal ball. But there is a sound principle that there are limits to taxing and spending. OP ignore that important fact.

    >I feel should make this clear to you, the US has started and continued 2 of the most expensive wars in it's history a few years ago. Taxes were not raised significantly. Why do you think health-care will cost more than those wars?

    We are essentially paying hidden taxes in the form of financing the deficit, which comes from those wars. The difference is that those wars are not open-ended in the same way that government health insurance is, and health care costs will accelerate with demographic ageing. I'm not arguing against health care reform. I'm arguing that we should not forget where the money comes from. I bring up the idea of fiscal prudence and people automatically read into it that I'm some kind of knuckle-dragging tax rebel. I'm not.

    >The tax-money we are saving from not continuing these wars, do you believe they won't be enough to cover a health-care program?

    See above. The question also seems to assume that there would not be any legitimate wars that might need to be financed in America's future.

    >Are these details you choose not to address?

    Yes, they are. Those and lots of other ones that neither of us addressed.

    I chose not to address them because I was speaking to an overall principle that OP had neglected. They are ceratainly important considerations. Thank you for introducing them.

    My point (for the final time) is that money has doesn't come from "the gubmint." It would be an obvious and banal point, except that OP didn't address it.

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  • Saydrah

    Saydrah

    March 10, 2015, 9:37 pm

    Am I the only one who thinks it's kind of bullshit that they're threatening to evict him over a dirty bathroom after giving him a surprise inspection? I mean, I don't know if tenants have the same rights in the UK that they do here, but I would be extremely angry if my landlady entered my home without notice to perform a surprise inspection. It would also be illegal here.

    I sympathize completely with him, frankly. I've had enough similar issues with my landlady even without surprise inspections. She once called me to shout at me for not sweeping my kitchen floor to her standards. Apparently she saw some dust and animal hair, which means she was "almost in tears because she loves this house and wants to see it kept up nicely." Um, she rented to me with full disclosure that I have a dog and a cat and a whole bunch of rats--there's animal hair everywhere 5 minutes after vacuuming. I even have a damn Roomba. It still isn't ever going to be hospital sterile.

    You shouldn't be able to be evicted for shit that any rational person would take care of upon moving out, like scrubbing the bathroom a bit better than normal.

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  • coderob

    coderob

    March 10, 2015, 6:11 pm

    I took this from another site when I was looking on what library I needed to include for random.

    I am getting a random number between 0 to RAND_MAX (I don't know this value) then dividing it by (RAND_MAX + 1)/6 to get a number from 1 to 6.

    Lets say RAND_MAX is 30:

    rand() = random number between 0 and 30... lets say 23 for this example

    23 / (int)((30 + 1)/6)

    23 / (int)(5.166666...)

    the (int) casts what is next as an integer instead of 5.166666 it turns into 5

    So you get... 23/5

    Since roll1 is an int as well you get: 4.6 which turns into 4 I believe.

    Don't quote me on any of this... it has been 8 years since I did any real programming.

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  • NuclearWookie

    NuclearWookie

    March 10, 2015, 9:11 am

    A) If that is how he defines "dying because of lack of lack of health insurance", he's being misleading.

    B) "The social contract" is a fallacy that collectivists trot out when they're trying to rob you. I wasn't born a fucking slave. Sharing is voluntary. This is not.

    C) On SS, any sort of reform is an immediate career-ender in politics, so we are stuck with an expensive system that will be bankrupt by the time I retire. Health care will work out the same way.

    D) Not me, unfortunately. Good luck.

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  • ScatterClaw

    ScatterClaw

    March 10, 2015, 8:31 am

    I would not presume to disagree with him, but maybe I would argue here that supernatural implies a little more than just misunderstood causes. It makes me think of the energies which animate in the Evil Dead or 2000AD's Defoe 1666 (although that isn't such a clear case), rather than the more basic hunger which seems to drive the zombies from my preferred examples (Night of the Living Dead, The Walking Dead, or any other which avoids explicit magical or supernatural causes).

    The virus explanation seems to have become so entrenched that people are starting to forget that there was ever any other possible cause put forward in the genre. Or, as you say, left unexplained.

    That said, if we're agreeing that "supernatural" means something we can't yet, or maybe ever, fully understand, then that seems reasonable to me.

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  • Ocin

    Ocin

    March 11, 2015, 2:53 am

    >If a Hamas government takes control of Israel, it will kick the Jews out. Its the explicit agenda of Hamas.

    Firstly Hamas has agreed to a two state solution. Secondly, Hamas was initially created by the Mossad in an effort undermine Fatah. Thirdly, Hamas only continues to exist because of the desperate situation Palestinians find themselves in. As the saying goes, desperate situations call for desperate solutions.

    >No, they didn't. The war began as they invaded, and they ethnically cleansed territories they conquered.

    I'm giving you the immediate backdrop to this conflict. Zionist paramiliary groups had already violently ethnically cleansed hundreds of thousand of Palestinians by the time Israel's independence was declared (itself illegal and an act of war). So the assertion that Israeli ethnic cleansing was a response to the Arab invasion is simply false. I suggest you read up some actual history of this conflict instead of watching zionist cartoons.

    >Not millions.

    But still many.

    >But they do want 3 million Palestinians who never were in Israel to get citizenship and destroy Israel as a sanctuary state for persecuted Jews.

    And that is very reasonable. The Israel you defend is an abominable, racist colonial imposition on the native people and does not deserve to exist. Take your Jewish sanctuary elsewhere. I'm not a Jewish supremacist so I don't find that argument impressive at all. And Jews are hardly persecuted any more.

    >The only alternative to Jewish rule in Israel is kicking 6 million Jews out.

    Only in your zionist-brainwashed head.

    * edit

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  • rats99ass

    rats99ass

    March 11, 2015, 3:32 am

    You know what 'underbelly' I speak of.

    The so called lies I speak of are for the kids enjoyment, ie Easter Bunny, Tooth Fairy, and yeah, Santa.

    And there are some things from real life I shield them from also. When my kids young, say, fourish, fiveish, the young man next door hanged himself from a tree in the neighbor's backyard. When my kids were asking where the boy was, I repied simply that he doesn't live there anymore. Instead of explaining how the boy was depressed or burdened in some manner that drove him to take his life - a discussion that would bring up feelings they would not be able to easily assimilate at their ages, so I decided to avoid the truth for the time being.

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  • Chyndonax

    Chyndonax

    March 11, 2015, 3:04 am

    Except for the tax breaks, which they shouldn't be getting, I really don't see the big deal here. Nobody is being hurt by this. It's creepy but so is advertising to children, along with many other things. The families have the option to take out their own life insurance, often times through the company that employed the deceased. It's not like they are in some way being denied something because of this, they're not. Maybe I'm just being dense on this one and maybe I'll get downvoted but I don't see this as a big deal.

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  • Saydrah

    Saydrah

    March 10, 2015, 4:26 pm

    Hmm, apparently my landlady is Australian?

    I mentioned above her shouting at me for not sweeping the kitchen floor immediately before she set foot in my kitchen. I'd swept it the day before. Among her other antics, she won't allow me to steam or shampoo the carpets and then she complains that the carpets are dirty. And she won't fix the lawnmower that was on its last legs long before I moved in, then she complains that the grass is too long. She would only let me put a garden in the garden box provided if I moved every rock that was in it out and promised to keep them safe and replace the rocks once I moved. There's also been severe hail damage to the tree in my front yard and to the rear shed since July--an insurance claims inspector came out to look at it, but they haven't even removed fallen branches yet.

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  • spunt2

    spunt2

    March 10, 2015, 11:09 pm

    I really dislike Blair, he still hasnt been held to account for lying to us over the war and look at his under the table dealings with BAE. Its all corrupt and Blair is the most corrupt of all. To quote the article "Yet its first official, permanent president of the council will be chosen in the least democratic of ways – behind closed doors by the 27 EU heads of state and government and without any of the candidates having campaigned before the court of public opinion."

    It just gets worse...

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  • nigglereddit

    nigglereddit

    March 10, 2015, 11:04 pm

    > as i have stated over and over, richard dawkins is not exempt from this.

    That's right - in fact far from being exempt he gets special privileges "because he is a scientist". This is the slavish devotion to authority I was speaking of: the simple fact that he has certain letters after his name and a particular job title makes you say we should consider his arguments where we would dismiss the same idiotic bigotry as beneath contempt were it to come from anyone else.

    Intelligent people learn to consider arguments on their own merits, not the merits of those proposing them. That's called "being objective". So it shouldn't matter at all whether a scientist, a botanist, an atheist or a bigamist puts the argument forward.

    Again though, this speaks to the place of atheism as a placebo: it works better when convoluted terms and authority figures are involved.

    Am I doing this for "psych class"? No, of course not. I'm just interested in the pathology of atheism.

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  • kikaluca

    kikaluca

    March 11, 2015, 7:51 am

    I had a friend who thought the pain in his shoulder was a pulled muscle or something - turned out it was tooth infection that had spread into his shoulder. He looked so bad my husband called the paramedics thinking he was having a heart attack or something - but when they came to check him out, there was nothing wrong with his heart. They advised him to go to hospital, but didn't think it was that serious. My husband checked on him the next morning, took him directly to the hospital where he was immediately admitted to ICU. The bacterial infection overwhelmed his system and his organs began shutting down - sort of a cascading failure. 24 hours later he was gone. They said if he had been admitted even 6 hours earlier he might have made it.

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  • itsjibba

    itsjibba

    March 10, 2015, 11:06 pm

    Drupal enjoys a critical mass that little CMS's like websitebaker or your own custom CMS just can't compete with. Even Joomla is left in the dust in this regard. I wrote a CMS about 5 years ago and it was a deeply rewarding programming project -- but I had to abandon it. It was just too much keeping track of every new technology, browser, and API.

    Of course there is still a place for custom development, but far more often a web developer will be able to do more by using a modular, open source system. When you hit walls with that, you go back to development and contribute.

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  • gmazzola

    gmazzola

    March 11, 2015, 6:22 am

    Need more information. Run arduino, open the Terminal (Applications --> Accessories --> Terminal), make it fullscreen, and type:

    ps aux

    Paste that output into a reddit comment.

    The "ps aux" command lists all the programs that are currently running on your computer, plus their CPU and Memory usages. That'll tell me if there's something hogging your CPU or something like that.

    For the record, the output shouldn't reveal any personal information. It just lists the programs you have currently running, and nothing else.

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  • FrankieMachine

    FrankieMachine

    March 11, 2015, 12:23 am

    I like my new FiOS so far, but a couple of things have come up. Maybe you can help.

    I have the DVR: When I pause a show I'm watching, and it reaches the limit of how long it will pause (a much shorter limit than Comcast's DVR!) it flips to the show in progress, instead of starting where I had paused it! This is really nonsensical. Is there a way to a) make the pause hold longer and b) when it must end the pause, to play from the pause point? I can tell you that I've seen a football game score spoiled because it fast-forwards to real time.

    Recordings on the DVR have been sometimes cutting off the last minute or so of a show. Comcast's DVR didn't have this problem. Other than setting a manual recording (which is a pain for series recordings) is there a way to fix this? Will complaining to tech support help, maybe by having future versions of the software recognize a show's ending?

    Otherwise, as I said, FiOS is all right. It definitely lacks in the On-Demand category, though. Comcast's On Demand had FAR more shows, especially in the premium channel categories. But my internet speeds are the best they've ever been.

    Are there any upgrades coming down that you know of, to the on-demand, the high def, or any of the other TV systems?

    Thanks!

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