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  • MadScientist420

    MadScientist420

    March 10, 2015, 6:29 am

    well the main problem is that there is no balance of power. Israel has nukes and Iran, Syria, and the Saudis don't. Iran tries to balance the power by setting up military agreements with the Russians and by at least having the capability of building the bomb. If Iran builds a nuke,then the Saudis will want one. IMO, either nobody gets them or everyone does. The fact that Israel doesn't allow inspections is just as bad as Iran not allowing inspections. Further, when is the last time the UN has inspected the US arsenal? Why should we expect the Iranians or Israel to allow inspectors if the US doesn't allow them? What about the Chinese or Russia?

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  • RelAdvisor

    RelAdvisor

    March 10, 2015, 8:46 pm

    Through high school and early in college I did -- girlfriends and this job don't mix very well as clients usually request I demonstrate/prove myself before they'll hire me.

    EDIT: I should mention I was an awful asshole boyfriend, I guess sometimes people can't take their own advise.

    EDIT2: I also just wanted to say I find it very hard to just relax and enjoy relationships now. I kind of compare it to someone who learns about movies to the point where they watch a film and they see the different camera techniques and color washes rather than the film itself.

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  • Saydrah

    Saydrah

    March 10, 2015, 8:58 am

    In what portion of my post did you find the accusation that men have created the unreasonable expectations placed on women? As I pointed out to EdibleAccount below, women and intersexuals are also part of society. Follow the money and you'll find people of every conceivable gender and orientation profiting from unreasonable societal expectations of men and women.

    But anyone who thinks that women have it easy or don't suffer from social pressure regarding sex and appearance is living under a rock, or just remarkably incapable of empathy. We all get to enjoy all sorts of shitty and bigoted messages directed at us through the media and from individuals with twisted ideas of how people should relate to one another. There are immense, multibillion dollar industries that would not exist if people were able to just be happy with themselves and enjoy life.

    Most individual men and women and intersexed people are lovely, charming individuals with many good qualities. Society as a whole is kind of like a giant, slavering ogre that hides under a bridge and yells, "You suck!" at anyone who walks by.

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  • accidentallywut

    accidentallywut

    March 10, 2015, 9:53 pm

    no joke- i once knew a guy who managed the various traders who managed a pool of millions of dollars (philanthropy). among them was a friend of his who was employed in trading, and traded purely on the position of the stars.

    no bullshit. the fucking guy traded by looking at the fucking stars. *the fucking stars*... this is his day job.. he is decently successful.

    in that moment i realized what complete bullshit trading is. not one person who does it is doing an honest days work. and that's a fact.

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  • andyleclair

    andyleclair

    March 10, 2015, 7:56 pm

    Let's see, I stopped in:

    Boston (two days, to visit friends and PARTY HARD)

    Buffalo (visit friend/friend's hot sister)

    Nashville

    Dallas

    El Paso (to see Wilco)

    Tuscon (visit friend and PARTY HARD again)

    LA (see Boston and Tuscon schedules)

    Total, it took me about a week to do it, but we took a couple of long days in order to make some shorter days later on.

    Total spent on the road was about $1300 in gas/food/beer, but I got 4K to move out to start a job, so money was kind of no big deal. YMMV.

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  • Spattie

    Spattie

    March 11, 2015, 2:40 am

    Studded tires are good for mountain biking, concrete is just going to flatten the studs. I go for a heavy three speed or single speed with fenders.

    Make sure you keep it clean, salt will rust it up real bad.

    I reccommend under armour pants and top, wool socks, boots, waterproof gloves, and under armour hood/balaclava thing, thin hat, and a helmet.

    The main thing to learn is how to fall, because you will. Don't worry too much about getting cold, as long as all your skin is covered. Biking makes you very warm.

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  • pingwax

    pingwax

    March 10, 2015, 12:39 pm

    I am surprised that you aren't more jaded. As long as the adults participating in this industry are informed, safe, and consenting, I fully support their decision to participate in it. Even so, I'm not so naive that I couldn't guess there are a lot of people with a lot of problems working in this industry. I have to say that I have enjoyed reading your intelligent, thoughtful, mature, interesting, and compassionate responses here.

    How has working in this industry shaped your interactions with different people? Has it prompted you to reevaluate your own preconceptions? It seems that working with such a unique cross section of the population, you would be polarized one way or another.

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  • TimofeyPnin

    TimofeyPnin

    March 11, 2015, 4:01 am

    If you do not associate with any school, and are wary of placing yourself within any existing "zen" tradition, why do you refer to yourself as a "zen practitioner"?

    Why do you imply that dhyana (chan, zen) and Buddhism are not 'intertwined'? It's a fundamental part of Buddhist praxis, which some schools of thought have given primacy. You in turn, have claimed that you are a practitioner of that fundamentally Buddhist praxis.

    I understand not wanting to be associated with religious/superstitious aspects of the larger Buddhist tradition, but you're coming across as misinformed and full of yourself. Ever hear the term "klesa"?

    EDIT: I'm asking matter-of-fact questions, not trying to be aggressive or mean-spirited.

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  • keist

    keist

    March 10, 2015, 12:17 pm

    You're *so* close to having a point, it's unbearable.

    Most people haven't seen what you've supposedly seen. That doesn't mean they're a "sissy little mary" -- it means they're still capable of having a human reaction to the indirect witness of someone's life being stolen away. Yes, it would be hypocritical for a person who *hasn't* seen the worst of humanity up close and in person to claim they know anything about it; but that doesn't mean they're not entitled to feel sorrow and anguish over the cruelty that exists in our world.

    Even if what they've seen is just the tip of the iceberg, it's still *senseless, tortured murder*. You've seen people get murdered up close; he saw someone get murdered in a video. The importance isn't on you or on him: it's on the people who are murdered. It shouldn't be happening, but it is. You don't need to be an expert on the "harsh realities of the dark side of human nature" to know that, to feel it.

    All mistercrow was saying was that **with respect to the OP's intentions**, he didn't need to be shown this video to understand why it's foolish to pray.

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  • bwbeer

    bwbeer

    March 10, 2015, 7:55 am

    What about the sin? Is it really or have you just been told it is.

    What about *your* world? Are the girls sluts or are you? Is the world fake, or are you?

    Most of the things that piss me off about others are traits I myself have. So I try to fix me first.

    Beware the traps of depression, addiction, selfishness, and boredom. Find a little corner of your world and take responsibility for that. Clean a small alley. Give someone a break. Do work for a neighbor. Something, anything to get 'out of yourself'.

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  • ttoyooka

    ttoyooka

    March 10, 2015, 11:06 am

    My limited understanding of the dress code is that it's immodest and indecent for a woman to expose herself - it tempts men. It's not a very flattering attitude towards men, if you ask me. Men seem to be portrayed as slaves to their genitals - something we joke about in our (western) culture, but don't really believe in.

    But the point is, it's a cross-cultural argument, and your interpretation of the argument depends on your culture, so it doesn't really get us anywhere.

    edit: I was a bit ambiguous with my last statement because I used "argument" twice in different ways - I meant the overall argument (the discussion) is cross-cultural, so the particular argument ("the dress code treats women as sexual objects") has different meanings depending on your own culture. I'm not dismissing the overall argument as meaningless.

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  • Proteus_Superb

    Proteus_Superb

    March 10, 2015, 7:16 pm

    There are a lot of great ideas here. How about we ask the reddit board? mods? If we can develop a business outreach of reddit, like a project within reddit, a collaborative business venture between unpaid reddit users and the reddit website to help catalog, register, and develop these ideas. Like a whole separate section of the reddit website. Instead of reddit jobs, say Reddit Collaborative?

    Furthermore. Utilize all of your genius brains and nerdy technical skills to track these ideas and maybe web them together. We can have a whole reddit devoted to these ideas associated with this reddit post. If through the process of brainstorming we create money making ideas we can integrate them in to other business's or simply expand the content and reach of reddit?

    We can use our creative ideas to reach out further in to the web and develop new applications further, and bring business to reddit and or reddit users to business. Cash earned for the site, through your contribution, will give you money. You will essentially employ yourself.

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  • torbengee

    torbengee

    March 10, 2015, 9:24 am

    > I wouldn't change anything. I'm sure roses and spring smell divine, but I'd rather never having to smell a big smelly fart.

    This I didn't expect. Whenever I learned to appreciate something -- yes, learned, some things took some time in my world, such as cheese, wine, sushi, coffee :) -- in the end I was always glad to be able to enjoy those new experiences, both good and bad.

    Even though bad smells exist, the many beautiful smells make it worthwhile. I mean you wouldn't give up your sense of taste, just because there is bad tasting food out there, right?

    However, it shows strength that you wouldn't change a thing and sounds like you're very happy with your life the way it is now. Not many people can say this. So ... congrats! :)

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  • mariox19

    mariox19

    March 10, 2015, 5:45 pm

    Sullivan is stretching things, and whether he's being intellectually dishonest or lazy is unclear. The key phrase in the quote he takes from Hayek is this:

    > we deal with genuinely insurable risks

    Most of the health care reforms being proposed deal with genuinely insurable risks only in part. The reforms proposed actually cover visits to the doctor for all sorts of things that, strictly speaking, are not insurable.

    Hayek is hedging: supporting government intervention in the economy, even though his thesis in the *Road to Serfdom* is that such intervention is destructive to an economy. But, leave that aside. Tell me where Hayek says that government should pay the medical costs for pregnancies, routine checkups, coughs and sniffles, bumps and scrapes and even broken arms.

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  • andknitting

    andknitting

    March 11, 2015, 7:23 am

    I was going to point out to bobcat that he's lucky to have a $100 urgent care clinic available 24/7. That wasn't the case for me.

    We also gladly paid the bills for previous e.r. visits though it was a struggle - I'm glad there are trained professionals available to put stitches in a child's face when needed.

    My point was that in following the on-call Dr.'s advice (go to the e.r. nearby if you can't wait till Monday) we'd be hit with a huge financial blow. I thought waiting it out was reasonable, though I later learned I was really at much more risk than I realized.

    But now he's talking vet care for humans. Yeah. Can't really go anywhere with that.

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  • citizenmouse

    citizenmouse

    March 10, 2015, 8:32 pm

    It depends on the method and on the woman. There is a large number of different pills out there that have varying combinations and amounts of pretty much just synthetic estrogen and progesterone. This can reap either great benefits or consequences. But everyone's chemical makeup is different so it is difficult to tell which method would work best for a specific individual.

    I have heard some good things about the patch, but it also has a great deal of side effects including a greater than normal risk for blood clots than other forms of BC.

    Also be aware that when more methods of birth control becomes available to men, they will also carry the risk of potential side effects, including decreasing your libido or making you feel sick. So what works for most might not work for you, the individual.

    But yeah, it's great that this option is finally being explored. I don't have to worry about getting pregnant if I take my shot, and you don't have to worry about getting anyone pregnant if you take your shot.

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  • xasey

    xasey

    March 11, 2015, 4:45 am

    Many of the people I know who are against public health care (including many family members) are likewise against public schooling in favor of home and private schooling. I've heard some of their arguments about school and do recognize that for some families and children it does work... I've known a number of home schooled children who are absolutely brilliant and at a much higher education level than their peers. However, I've also seen that a sizable number of them are way, way behind average, so the effect seems to cancel itself out. Works for some, spectacularly fails for others.

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  • romerom

    romerom

    March 11, 2015, 4:03 am

    police -> national guard -> reserves -> army

    if it were ever to really happen.. it would be up to the armed services to decide whether or not they wanted to follow an order and actually fire on their own people, or look at the situation and realize what side they should really be on.

    i was in the army for three years, and there were a bunch of people that thought like i do. that being said, there are also countless amounts of retards in there that just love being all 'hoo-ah' and pleasing their superiors.

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  • CaspianX2

    CaspianX2

    March 11, 2015, 2:11 am

    > An important part of the law functioning properly is that people have faith that no one, regardless of their status in society, should be above it.

    If that's the case, I'd say that important part is failing miserably without Polanski's help. Ask anyone about how the law treats politicians, police officers and judges, and you won't hear many who have kind things to say about the law treating people equally.

    > My question for you, how do we put your beliefs into law?

    In a way, they already are, although the emphasis has shifted. This is a part of why we have juries - not only to decide guilt when guilt is in question, but because often the situations surrounding a crime are too complex to have rules set in stone. But when it comes time to hand down judgment, we're far too obsessed over punishment, and we forget exactly what it is we're trying to accomplish.

    In a less revenge-obsessed society, Polanski would be performing some sort of community service, something to give back to a society he has hurt, perhaps alongside a more direct compensation for his victim. But tossing him into prison does nothing to help anyone at this point. In fact, by making him an unwilling ward of the state, we hurt ourselves by paying for his imprisonment.

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  • addmoreice

    addmoreice

    March 11, 2015, 4:25 am

    well captcha's seem to be so-so effective. default deny policies also work well (and would eliminate all email spam tomarrow if instituted, no one wants to use it though).

    we would do the same thing we do now. we would penalize those who missbehave and reap social praise on those who do good.

    the trick (and it's a difficult one) is to place community interaction controls such that the community monitors and polices itself with only mild oversight by a slightly priviledged community. a great example? reddit itself. the community basically handles itself, rarely if ever does the owners of the sight need to step in and squish bad people. usually it's the community itself that does the policing with a slightly priviliged group having more benefits (reddit channel creators)

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  • silverbullet85

    silverbullet85

    March 10, 2015, 11:18 pm

    While I certainly understand the reasoning, I do not see government intervention as necessary for the continued procreation of human beings. I am not sure what particular claim you are making about Sweden, but it seems that, for example, they are very against the idea of home schooling, which is a red flag. As some of those both on the left and the right will admit, our public school system is to a certain extent about indoctrination rather than education. Even when it tries to educate, it is extremely difficult, if not impossible, for teachers to tailor their teaching to individual students. Parents, knowing more about their own children than do teachers (whether they be a mother and father or a single parent of some other combination), ought to be more involved with the upbringing of their children.

    I digress. Marriage is not the same as the procreation or raising of children. There is plenty of benefit to society from marriage apart from child-raising - most directly the benefit that occurs to the people entering that union. Even if marriage were all about children, married gay couples are perfectly capable of raising children, even if those children were not a direct biological result of their marriage. Ultimately, government decree (or lack thereof) cannot change the feelings that individuals have toward each other, but it can certainly make life more difficult for certain individuals as it is doing now.

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  • Ben_Ben

    Ben_Ben

    March 10, 2015, 9:57 pm

    IF it was actually on the test, THEN it was probably testing your ability to realize the logical fallacy in the statement. "Comfort food" is a broad term and could mean virtually anything depending upon what is actually eaten, and therefore is impossible to claim that "comfort foods" definitely/always cause "heart disease." The use of a broad and vague word in a cause-and-effect situation is inappropriate in and of itself due to the lack of evidence and clarity. But the real question you are being asked is not whether the statement is logically correct, but whether the second statement is the equivalent of the first. So while the cause "Republicans" is specific, the term effect "No Middle Class" can mean any number of things depending on who is being asked. So, my first instinct is to say that the answer was FALSE....vague foods causing a specific effect (disease) IS NOT the same as a specific group (Republicans) causing a vague effect (no middle class). Sorry but -1 on your test.

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  • isankit

    isankit

    March 10, 2015, 8:24 am

    Tomb Raider was totally *not* made to appeal to women. It was tits and an ass to look at while she does all kinds of crazy acrobatics.

    If anything, the appeal to women has been made with Portal. I'm too lazy to dig up the article, but when Portal came out some reviewer went deep into the feminist symbology associated with the game - such as the inherent nonviolent nature of the gun you're given.

    Other than that, I have nothing to contribute, here. I've been into games since Super Mario on the SNES. I don't particularly like racing games, as a genre, but of course there have been exceptions to that rule, as well as shooters, but one of my favorite games is a shooter.

    I'd argue that it isn't really that the games are *made* for males, it's that they're *marketed* to males, making us feel like it isn't for us.

    **edit**: By the way, mods, whoever put up those rad new dots in the header: you deserve a free handjob.

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  • Nerdlinger

    Nerdlinger

    March 11, 2015, 9:40 am

    Sort of, but not really. If you're consuming the car you have the cost of the vehicle to add to your total, so long as you're still paying on it. Once the car is paid off those costs come off the books. The depreciation is just spreading that cost over the expected life of the car, and not the life of the loan, that's why the analysis "excludes" loan payments.

    It also makes assumptions about the purchase price of the car. If you bought a used car for $2000, you certainly aren't going to be realizing $2000/year depreciation for the life of the car. Hell, you'd never even see that for one year, as the car always has scrap value...

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  • polyparadigm

    polyparadigm

    March 10, 2015, 11:00 pm

    My modest proposal:

    A standard representation of mAh per mm^2, with two overlapping boxes that show the capacity at high and low (for the device) rates of discharge. For the sake of argument, you might try 200 mA = 1mm, and 1h = 1mm. The box for the higher current will be taller and narrower, the box for the lower current will be shorter and wider. The boxes won't be of equal area, because the workings of a battery are non-linear. A little curve can connect the corners of these two boxes.

    Near that, and with the same size convention, show three little bars that represent the current used by each major component: display, optical drive, processor, speakers, misc. Each of these should have a high, a low, and and average.

    It might be simpler than that, but not without hiding the complexity of the issue.

    Then below that,

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  • RobotBuddha

    RobotBuddha

    March 10, 2015, 5:04 pm

    >You can't really pick up and lead the life of a wanderer (without being a hobo).

    I agree with a point someone made about lacking new experiences to humans in this world, for the most part, for most people. But MEH to this statement. So be a hobo. You're just letting a label get in the way of adventure. I spent a while just riding around randomly on greyhounds. If you budget things well, you can see an assload of things for relatively little money. In a similar way I've had friends who pretty much just drove around living out of their cars for a while, couch surfing when possible. It can be a bit lonely at times, but it's also a lot of fun.

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  • jasond33r

    jasond33r

    March 10, 2015, 7:44 am

    Yeah you are either an idiot or jealous because you can't afford one yourself. Here is just a short list of things I prefer doing on my iphone rather than doing on a computer even when near one 1) Reddit 2) Facebook 3) Twitter 4) IM 5) get directions 6) use daily planner 7) check for movies 8) check my back acct 9) Balance my checkbook 10) Email 11) Listen to music/podcasts/audiobook 12) Check out recipes 13) find restaurants 14) Find Gas 15) wikipedia 16) read books 17) Keep workout log 18) check the weather 19) go to sleep (ambience app rocks!) Come to think about it the only reason I ever check a website not on my phone is b/c it uses shitty flash. And the reason i'm not typing this comment on my phone right now is because its off to charge faster so I can get back to using it. This Phone is the BEST electronic device I have ever owned by far. EVER! In, fact if your reading this and don't own one go buy one right now and then we can do free texting to one another using Y! Messenger and talk about how much better our lives are now that we own Iphones!

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  • whatthedude

    whatthedude

    March 10, 2015, 9:57 pm

    My senior field trip to an amusement park (Cider Point) was the same day that all the mentally retarded homes in the state (Ohio) came at a discount (not sure if that's how we got in b/c it was public school). but who the fuck thought it would be a good idea to put a retarded kid on a roller coast? fucking normal people can't handle it. as the day went on the lines got longer and longer as they had to stop after every round of retarded kids on the coasters and clean the piss and shit out of their seats b/c go figure, the tallest roller coasters in the world can literally scare the shit out of a retarded kid. Not to mention they were all in wheelchairs so they all automatically went to the front of the line and we all had to constantly wait for the seats to be cleaned. I gave up and decided to walk around under the influence of some xanax I brought and find the free food places our school had set up. It was like being in Bush's wet dream of the Texas penal system minus the death.

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