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  • ST2K


    March 10, 2015, 4:17 pm

    I agree. Capitalism is a very powerful machine - one that efficiently divides resources to generate the most aggregate value. The key question is - value for whom, or from whom's perspective?

    Capitalism is so effective in fact, that if you don't keep it in a regulatory box, it will run out-of-bounds and start bending everything into a perverse type of "efficiency" - typically from the standpoint of the capitalist (investor, stock holder) or the company leadership. It's like a devious gremlin in that regard, and the longer it has been out of its box, the harder it is to push it back into its box.

    I think capitalism is good for the efficiencies it can release, but you can't have it running the show. Left unchecked and escaped from its box, it can destroy societies and basically kill people.


  • JayDogSqueezy


    March 10, 2015, 2:43 pm

    Good question, there's a few explanations. I will say that it's a rough job when half your "customers" tell you they hate you as soon as they sit down. I don't think too many people have to experience that on a day to day basis.

    The most interesting theory i've heard is this: When you think of where you are in your body, i.e. "What part of your body does your consciousness/soul reside in?" most people will point to an area somewhere behind their eyes. It's where your brain, your vision, most of your senses kind of connect, and so it feels like that's where your consciousness hangs out. And one of the first things dentists have to do is stick a needle DIRECTLY INTO THE CENTER OF YOUR BEING. So it stands to reason that this is more unnerving than, say, a physician bonking you on the knee.


  • mycatdiedofaids


    March 10, 2015, 9:57 am

    I believe when a student makes an accusation, they take it very seriously and press charges soon after. I might be wrong, but I don't think they want to give him a lot of time sitting around with this. He was probably called into the office, or brought in once the students spoke up.

    I would get really upset if the police started talking to all of my family and friends because there were rumours, before they even charged me with anything. This is the type of allegation, in Canada, that would get the Teacher removed from the school grounds, probably by police. Then they start to investigate, and bring it to trial.

    One teacher in my school grabbed a kid by the arm because he was standing on a desk and yelling, and he was suspended for investigations or something, but he quit in the end anyway. They really go by what the kids say, and then start working it out from there. But I'm not a lawyer, nor do I have any real knowledge in this sort of circumstance.


  • careercriminal


    March 10, 2015, 3:47 pm

    First, I live a very normal life. I do mostly frauds on banks and other companies under fake names. I did one year in jail 10 years ago for credit card fraud but learned from my mistakes and won't get caught again.

    I can live off cash.

    Was charged with tax evasion a few years ago, when I made $250,000 in 4 months. Got massive fines but no jail.

    I try to be smooth and lay low. First got into crime to feed a gambling addiction. Currently go to a 12 step program to stop gambling.

    Never got into dealing drugs and I could never rob a bank or anything. I look like a normal person.


  • cisatwork


    March 10, 2015, 11:04 am

    Any reason why is blocked at your office?

    Hotmail accounts 'posted online'

    By Jonathan Fildes

    Technology reporter, BBC News

    Thousands of Hotmail passwords have been hacked and posted online, BBC News has learnt.

    Microsoft, which owns the popular web-based e-mail system, said that it was aware of the claims and that it was "investigating the situation".

    BBC News has seen a list of more than 10,000 accounts, which technology blog said had been posted online.

    The blog suggested the accounts had been hacked or had been collected as part of a phishing scheme.

    Phishing involves using fake websites to lure people into revealing personal details such as bank accounts or login names and passwords.

    'Rapid response'

    Neowin claims the details were posted on 1 October to, a website commonly used by developers to share code.

    Although the details have since been removed, BBC News and Neowin has seen a list of 10,027 names beginning with the letters A and B.

    BBC News has confirmed that the accounts are genuine.

    "Most appear to be based in Europe," Tom Warren, a neowin blogger, wrote on the site.

    The list included details of Microsoft's Windows Live Hotmail accounts with email addresses ending, and

    Microsoft said it had "been made aware of the claims that Windows Live IDs and passwords have been made available on the web".

    "We're actively investigating the situation and will take appropriate steps as rapidly as possible," a spokesperson said.

    Neowin said that it recommended Windows Live Hotmail users to change their "password and security question immediately".

    Hotmail is currently the largest web-based email service.


  • kodiak255


    March 10, 2015, 7:40 pm

    You gotta respect Larry the Cable Guy as a business man. It doesn't matter that he isn't funny, because there are no other comedians that really appeal to the half-retarded inbred redneck demographic. All he has to do is spend 20 minutes coming up with a few jokes about gays and Arabs, toss in some proud to be American bullshit, and then wait for his check in the mail. I'd probably be willing to sell my self-respect for half of what he makes.

    I always wondered that actually... Why do funny conservative comedians simply not exist? Is the fact that conservatives, by in large, are not funny (and usually lack a sense of humor to recognize funny), indicative of something?


  • madadam


    March 10, 2015, 8:52 am

    Winter riding is basically the same as summer riding, only colder.

    If I had advice to give it would be:

    1. Don't over-dress. The first few minutes will be chilly, until you warm up. Sweating under layers really sucks, and you're a popsickle as soon as you stop moving. (You could also just shed layers as required).

    2. Get a designated winter-beater-bike that you don't mind replacing or overhauling every year. Cold weather and road salt are very unfriendly to a bicycle. Plastic parts (shifters, levers, etc) get brittle and break. Steel parts rust. Ice builds up where it shouldn't.

    A mountain bike is the way to go, IMHO. I've never used tire studs, so can't comment on those other than that I don't find them necessary.

    BTW, I am car-lite, married, no kids, in Ottawa, Canada.


  • CaspianX2


    March 11, 2015, 9:35 am

    Please do - it is well worth it. I'd argue that Riddick was quite possibly the best game on the original Xbox (where I first played it), and did some stuff that was really revolutionary at the time, particularly the stealth mechanics.

    I should clarify that not *all* of the new content in Dark Athena is all that bad - the first and final acts are okay (although not quite as good as Butcher Bay), but everything that takes place in the middle (on the planet) seems hell-bent on making you as frustrated with the game as possible. It also bears mention that the multiplayer mode is pretty fun, if you can find others to play with.


  • rebelpoet


    March 11, 2015, 3:40 am

    Air hampers motion too and I'm pretty sure 2 and 3 are the same thing. You say it hampers appearance because you are profiling.

    Also, I don't feel the desire to justify someone else's style, i do not have the desire to even defend their right to wear it, my urges beckon me to point out that your opinion is oppressive and valueless.

    Not as in you have no values, but in that I find no value in what you think - no more than the gentleman in the photo. And when I say you, I mean you (pl).


  • gclary


    March 10, 2015, 6:39 pm

    I used to have a gun to protect me from intruders, now I keep a gun to protect me from the state. I agree with your comments though. We all are in favor of things that benefit us personally, and are against anything that doesn't benefit us personally. I never hear anyone say they are against something that would hurt them personally, but say it is for the good of the country. We have become very selfish. Our grandfathers gave up a lot for the good of our country, and we have squandered that sacrifice.


  • Nopis10


    March 10, 2015, 4:16 pm

    My brother had a really deep one(about 3-4 inches) and he is 6'5 but he just had the surgery this spring. He ended up being allergic to all the painkillers and had a bunch of complications. He's ended up missing the first semester of college now and had to spend a month in the hospital after he developed an infection and they had to drain 6 liters(yes liters) of fluid out from around his lungs. He's doing better now but he's had some PTSD symptoms from the shit he went through during and after the surgery.

    He had to have the surgery because it was affecting his lung capacity and when he twisted his torso his heart rate would change. He's tested negative for marfans syndrome though(which i don't agree with). I also have an indented chest but it's not even noticeable and I just look like a really skinny guy.


  • hlkolaya


    March 10, 2015, 8:51 pm

    The high cost of health care is one more reason for socialized health care. I'm bisexual and married to a man, but he works for himself and we have a son so we ALL need private insurance.. hence we have none because we can't afford it.

    The cost of having a biological child- well, hetero couples go through that as well if there are fertility issues. At least we can say this isn't due to any kind of discrimination like we can for things like insurance, taxes, etc.

    Really things like this should be eliminated altogether as there are also many hetero couples who choose, for whatever reason, not to get married, but are still in committed partnerships- while not all of the costs would be the same they would still have the same issues as far as tax breaks for married couples, insurance issues, pension plan issues, etc.

    It's amazing the world we live in, isn't it? We are so behind the times.


  • Saydrah


    March 10, 2015, 1:03 pm

    Most of the expectations in that paragraph have nothing to do with what individual men, or individual women, want. You see it as an accusation against men because you *want* to see it that way and you're looking for that in my post. Read the words I wrote, not the subtext you imagined.

    Where do you think women pick up the message that they're supposed to be a "lady in the street but a freak in the bed?" (Apologies for the hip-hop quote, but, sadly, young women listen to that shit these days.) It's usually not from the men they're actually sleeping with. It's from music, TV, magazines, watching women they respect suffer after being labeled "slutty," listening to their friends complain about feeling unattractive and incompetent in bed... it's the whole package. You can't blame any one little slice of society for any of society's problems, whether it be men, women, or even pop culture.

    But society does have that particular problem. You can observe it just by watching Reddit. Look at all the threads where a man discovers his female partner had some sort of kinky sex in the past and all of a sudden is having trouble respecting her. Then look at all the threads where a man is upset that his female partner isn't having kinky sex with him. Men are imprisoned by this particular expectation, too--it's awful hard to have a fulfilling relationship when society tells you that in order to be acceptable, your lover must be having wild, porn star sex with you from the third date on, but must must have been a virgin when you got to her.


  • theoryface


    March 10, 2015, 7:32 pm

    So in summation, we evolved to eat meat, thus eating meat is ethical?

    We evolved the abilities and critical thinking to do lots of unethical things. I don't think our evolution should play a role in ethics as directly as you suggest.

    Let's entertain this scenario isntead: say we didn't need to eat meat for any reason. The whole world over, everyone had plenty of fruits, veggies, grains, nuts, etc. for adequate nutrition. No more starvation, at all, anywhere. Also, hunting wasn't necessary to keep edible animal populations in check. Would eating animals be ethical then?


  • azriel777


    March 10, 2015, 7:19 am

    I prefer nudity and sex in games where the other elements(story, acting, dialog, etc) are mature as well. There are a lot of adults who have been waiting for games to grow up, everything that has come out is disney crap, it might have an M rating, but most of do not see anything that is worse than you see on tv and should get a teen rating at best. Take fallout 3 for example, fallout 1 and especially 2 were very mature covering a wide selection of mature topics including sex. It made the world feel like a real and gritty place, however, fallout 3 was sanitized and took out all the maturity that the first games had. It might have a M on front but its a low teen rating at best.


  • adrianmonk


    March 11, 2015, 3:51 am

    > Testing to see if there is a process called "mysql" is not automatically horrible.

    It's not *horrible*, but it might be automatically kinda bad. What if the `mysqld` process has actually crashed, and someone has left the command `man mysqld` running in some window on the database server? The script will take that to mean mysqld is OK, and will not restart it.

    At work, we have an old script knocking around somewhere that makes a mistake like this. It will refuse to start up something if it thinks it is still running (or already running). It makes a check in a manner similar to this. That means if *anyone* has `less /var/log/foo.log` running in some window, it won't restart. People have to instant message you to ask you to quit the "less" program and/or kill it for you. (Of course, we have the expertise to fix this, but it's one of those things that nobody has gotten around to.)


  • jaydizz


    March 11, 2015, 7:56 am

    I tried to play Morrowind on both XBox and PC, but just could never get into it, for many of the reasons why I like Oblivion better... Namely, it's easy in all the ways that a game should be easy, and challenging in the ways it should be challenging. Morrowind has something like 30 different types of armor and a skill system it takes weeks to understand. Who the fuck wants to think about all that shit? And then you have to fucking walk *everywhere* in that huge fucking map. Fuck that, I have to trudge and memorize enough at work. I want a game that will be an enjoyable fantasy escape, with interesting puzzles, pretty pictures, and fun combat.

    And, yes, I get that there are those of you who like getting super-involved, and memorizing and categorizing and customizing and whatever. I'm just not one of you. So when a company like Bethesda "dumbs down" an overly complex, often boring game like Morrowind into a more accessible, easier to learn, "fun" game like Oblivion, I am quite happy.

    Alas, judging from the sales of Oblivion, it doesn't look like they'll be going back to the Morrowind model anytime soon...


  • sorunx


    March 10, 2015, 9:16 am

    You have absolutely NOTHING to base your ideas on other than the fact that you are motivated by naked self interest and greed therefor assume all of humanity is.

    What if we change our paradigm? So that wealth and power aren't the motivational goals. What if we correct our self destructive behavior (and remember your system is inherently self destructive) and change our goals and aspirations to that of Civic duty and the true betterment of the species. What if making an impact on society, and doing good for humanity was our prime motivation instead of monetary worth.

    Look at all the good that comes out of those that didn't act in their own blind interests. The inventor of the polio vaccine is a perfect example, he poured a good junk of his life into making it, and in the end could have been a billionare, but what did he do when asked he said this cure belonged to everybody, and he gave his vaccine away for free.

    It is that mindset that needs to be propagated, not your destructive belief that the more power you have the better a person you are. I submit sir, that you are the ill that befalls mankind. You are the parasite. By your very own definition you want to get as much as you can out of the system, and give only the minimum back.


  • leedlebug


    March 10, 2015, 10:34 am

    No, it's not just men discriminating against women. That being said, it's not just women women discriminating against men. That post complained about the expectation of lasting 7 hours and being hung like a horse. I don't know any women who prefer men like that. After about 30 minutes we start getting sore, and while I hear guys talk about penis size all the time, I've never, *ever*, heard women have a serious discussion about it. We really just don't care that much.

    The point is that the poster was complaining about how women have it so easy when it comes to sex. We don't.


  • north0


    March 10, 2015, 8:32 am

    There's a spectrum of "thinking." People in the West generally frown on eating chimpanzees, dolphins and dogs etc because they are somewhat sentient and reasoning.

    However, most fish etc don't have much more rational capacity than a tree. So eating fish is less taboo.

    I think it comes down to our projecting on animals our values about life. We don't eat dolphins because we assume -- rightly or wrongly -- that they value their life and therefore it is cruel to take it away from them. However, we assume that chickens or salmon aren't self-aware and therefore their own life is of no material significance to them, so taking it is less of a big deal.

    Fish, chicken, cows etc are basically evolutionarily-programmed organic machines. That's why it's not a big deal to eat them. Basically.


  • admiraljohn


    March 11, 2015, 4:41 am

    I had something similar happen to me... stopped for speeding and my vehicle's inspection was expired. I was cited for both and totally ignored them until I was stopped three years later and found out my license was suspended. The officer told me what court the suspension was from (the township I had been stopped in) and I showed up there during the next court session. The inspection ticket was thrown out and I paid a $200 fine for speeding.

    Man up, head to court and see what deal you can work out. You can also call the District Attorney and see what kind of deal you can work out with them.


  • caecias


    March 10, 2015, 8:06 am

    I hate his homophobic rants, and I certainly don't like what he's saying about Obama, but I can't say he's wrong about how awful the Democrats are doing in Congress. However, the irony of this comment about "the Left" is just unbelieveable:

    >They're so dumb that when they desperately need to change the minds of people who disagree with them about health care, instead of listening to their opponents and compromising with them (which is how actual governing is done), they insult and vilify and slander and misrepresent and impugn the motives of those who disagree with them.


  • ChickenFriedCheese


    March 11, 2015, 9:36 am

    except when they're accused of a crime, feel guilty about it, and off themselves.

    >That's not what he was accused of.

    >>So we will assume by his actions, and for the purpose of exploring this awful event, that Dewees was guilty as charged; that the Grade 10 English and Latin teacher and volunteer camp counsellor did indeed invite sexual touching – as opposed to actual touching – from boys, luring them on the Internet.

    Fucker was guilty. He knew it. He killed himself.


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