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  • ssylvan

    ssylvan

    March 10, 2015, 6:27 pm

    Drop the hurt feelings act. You resorted to ad hominems long ago, I'm merely responding in kind.

    I've said that Haskell doesn't have a record system, and I've explained several times that by that I refer to "record system" in the common meaning of the term (ask any random programmer what a "record" is, and you won't get anything approaching Haskell's named fields).

    You've insisted that using the word differently than you is some great error for which I must atone. What annoys me isn't that you use a different, Haskell-centric, definition than me, but that you insist that yours is the only correct one, and that you keep arguing about this totally irrelevant detail because you have a pathological need to win an argument on the internet, even after I've already explained *multiple times* what I meant by the term.

    I did mix you up with the original guy, didn't realise there were two of you. That actually kind of makes it worse for you, to be honest, since you entered the discussion solely to start a nitpicking fight even after any reasonable confusion was dealt with.

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  • PissinChicken

    PissinChicken

    March 11, 2015, 12:27 am

    It is simple. First, be confident. Everyone is uncomfortable it doesn't help when you turn awkward. Also, tell us what you like. You don't have to give me a detailed manual but girls like wildly different things. I do actually want you to have a good time. Share the workload. Long sessions are tiring. Finally a number of women I have been with seem to believe that what they see in movies is reality. Face the fact that rarely does furniture work, especially for new couples. It isn't going to be prefect every time.

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  • Huntred

    Huntred

    March 10, 2015, 6:37 pm

    Think about the message in the story. There's this guy who is very very powerful and instead of going off into the world and kicking major ass, he spends his days in a small town making this one ordinary girl the COMPLETE CENTER OF HIS WORLD. He follows her all around just to make sure she's ok, he watches her while she sleeps, etc.

    For the woman who (thinks she) wants unlimited attention and devotion from the one she loves, this saga is like heroin.

    That and the whole no/sex thing...well, that's a different post.

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  • Howlinghound

    Howlinghound

    March 10, 2015, 7:40 pm

    In reading all of your replies, I stopped here to comment. I myself am in the same sort of relationship where she is the submissive one and your trust in him is the same sort she gives me. There has never and will never be anything unreasonable. Our personalities just mesh well that way. She's a powerful individual yet finds comfort in her trust in me. I view myself as a weak individual yet finds comfort in someone trusting me to guide us down a path together. I could go further, but this is your thread and just wanted to let you know that its nice meeting other people who know what the lifestyle entails and how there is nothing weird or wrong about it. It's just different and it totally makes us happy.

    edit: spelling error

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  • madelinecn

    madelinecn

    March 10, 2015, 3:47 pm

    As others have said what you described sounds remarkably like sleep paralysis, other than of course that it lasted all night, was a shared experience and the owner knew what happened. It seems like maybe this haunting led you into the state of paralysis and what you saw when you opened your eyes was not a result of ghosts, but more of your deep fears. I know from personal experience that paralysis can conjur up demonds that you didn't even know your subconscious was capable of producing. With that said, although I am fairly agnostic, I do believe in ghosts or the idea that our souls do not simply vanish when we die. Instead of believing that the girl you saw was just hanging around and spooking people though, I tend to think that the tragic parts of people maybe stay and only exist because some of us can sense them. I suppose other emotions might have a purpose in being detected after death too. My mother claimed she saw her brother a week after he commit suicide. She said that his face was clearer than anything she'd ever seen in her life, and that she knew his presence was intended to convey that he was now at peace. It seems kind of obvious that she might dream or hallucinate this up but I don't think that's what she did. I think true spirituality comes from allowing ourselves to be vulnerable to the lingering human emotions that make us so unique.

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  • dizzle67

    dizzle67

    March 10, 2015, 12:21 pm

    if that's really the situation out there i feel for the workers and the managers. i work in an almost all-union market. if you work in a trade (carpenter, plumber, electrician,...) then you are expected to work no matter your color, or you will soon be out of work because no decent company will hire you (around here workers are accompanied by their reputations, even the most inexperienced). i am white, but i hardly have time to stand around anywhere very long. i trust my workers to get their job done. i'm not a babysitter. as i said in another post, i also respect those who work for me because, in large part, they are very intelligent, hard-working people. if i don't respect them, they don't respect me and then we're all in deep sh*t. all i can say is that it would suck to work in construction in CA.

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  • Rip_Van_Winkle

    Rip_Van_Winkle

    March 11, 2015, 12:45 am

    i bet tor would be a good internet technology, and what is that form of encryption where messages are hidden in a jpg image file steganography? that would work good if the key was good enough to not be easily cracked.

    also i bet pirate radio would be a good tool, what i would to is spend my free time all week long preparing my own news and info to be broadcast within a 30 minute radio program, and pack up my radio & antenna in my car on a saturday evening and leave town to go up to a high spot like a hill or mountain, broadcast for 30 minutes on a known popular radio frequency, shut it off and go home. they might be able to triangulate your location within minutes but by the time you are done and gone they wont find you.

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  • munificent

    munificent

    March 10, 2015, 12:57 pm

    You can also attach them to interfaces, which is really nice. It means in many cases you can just use an interface with some extensions where before you'd need to define a concrete base class.

    It also means you can essentially add methods to an entire swath of classes all at once. For example:

    public static class ComparableExtensions

    {

    public static bool Between<T>(this IComparable<T> what, T before, T after)

    {

    return (what.CompareTo(before) >= 0) && (what.CompareTo(after) <= 0);

    }

    }

    This adds a `Between()` method to *every* class that implements IComparable. So now you can do:

    "cat".Between("bat", "rat");

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  • completesub

    completesub

    March 10, 2015, 10:12 pm

    He does have to approve all major purchases, but lunches, outfits I know he'll like, manicures, regular things like that are fine.

    I have a pretty regulated work schedule, so he knows where I am every day, but I call him when I'm done from work just like everyone else, I assume. I do ask if I can hang out with friends, and he usually says yes unless he has made plans for us that day or night.

    He does not pick out my clothes, but he will make comments about what he likes or does not like. If he does not like something, that is a good as him commanding me to throw it away, and I do. He does have rules about general appearance, which include weekly manicures and pedicures, having makeup on most of the time, and no sweat pants or long nightgowns around the house. He wants me to look as good for him as I look when I want to impress people at work. And I do want to impress him.

    In the beginning he was much more demanding, but now it is hard for me to tell you what exactly he has power over, because they become just a part of habit, things I do because I want to make him happy and please him, and I know the way he likes/wants things to be done.

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  • mpelled

    mpelled

    March 10, 2015, 5:44 pm

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  • wryenmeek

    wryenmeek

    March 10, 2015, 7:28 am

    This might work with a handful of misbehaving agents in an ideal environment, but there are some assumptions in the game theory model that simply don't apply to the real world. This model assumes there is no collusion between the police force or the gangs both of which we know to occur regularly. Collusion between police and gangs can be legal informant behavior or corruption, either way information on the game the police are playing is transmitted to the gangs which completely changes the game type and actor behavior. Even with no leakage from police, gangs can and do work together, this kind of policy could actually lead to cooperative behavior or even gang consolidation.

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  • gijyun

    gijyun

    March 11, 2015, 9:21 am

    I dunno. I got my first french kiss there, and the permanent staff (the ones that travelled from state to state) were cool as hell. They had great parties every month (I was only 15 at the time) and they were kind enough to give me some booze (in a "responsible" way, if that makes sense), listened to great music (subsequently went to a My Life with the Thrill Kill Cult show with these people, lost a shoe at the show and got a bloody nose), and I have a soft spot for romantic things like this fair.

    Or I thought I did - in reality, you get terribly filthy every day, you smelled nothing but bathrooms and diapers by our station, not to mention the rotting vegetables from the stand where you throw tomatoes at the funny guys, you're not allowed to be seen sitting at any time, it was physically demanding, working in 90+ degree weather in a 20 lbs dress, and from what I remember, it was minimum wage (which at the time was $4.75/hour).

    And let's not forget the overwhelming majority of drunk assholes that frequent this type of venue.

    Glad I did it for the stories alone, but almost didn't make it through the summer.

    edit: just editing to note this was in Colorado, whereas I've heard much more pleasant stories from RenFest folks from the East Coast.

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  • MattKronik

    MattKronik

    March 10, 2015, 8:02 am

    I thought an attack on her professionalism was the best route, so I sent:

    Dear Ms. DiManno,

    I recently read your piece on David Dewees' suicide after your publication mistakenly reported he has sexually assaulted two 13 year-olds. I certainly hope this was an opinion piece and not a correction on the errors your publication made. There are two obvious roads you could have taken: the high road, or the disgusting, classless, low road. You chose the latter.

    Perhaps your duty at the Star is to add shock value, create controversy; the press-equivalent of a radio "shock jock". You sit down at your desk as a *character*, and write as an arrogant, unscrupulous jackass. If this is the case, so be it; after all, controversy sells.

    On the other hand, I cannot imagine a *legitimate* journalist going about his or her career in an unprofessional manner such as this, that you would sacrifise your professional, and even part of your personal, reputation for the sake of boosting the Star's sales. To brazenly say, "Our law affords no protection from libel to the dead," cements the fact that you are part of the lowest common denominator type of slime in print. I'm mildly shocked that any newspaper would allow this clichéd, half-witted, beating of a dead horse (now, more than figurative) to be published. The fact that you continued to beat his corpse for more that twenty paragraphs is astounding; you must be exhausted.

    Your smarmy mock-apology spits in the face of Mr. Dewees' surviving family, dear students, and work colleagues, all innocent individuals connected in this man's death. I can only hope you will be so highly spoken of when you die.

    [edit]: forgot more than 4 spaces turns it into code. That's what I get for trying to indent.

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  • nickbelane

    nickbelane

    March 10, 2015, 6:31 am

    Mine isn't supernatural but I think it's creepy.

    My parents started to let me stay at home by myself for a few hours at a time when I was about ten years old. It seemed natural, I didn't get scared. We lived in a kind of rural area and there were only three or four houses up on the hill with us. It was surrounded by forest.

    Anyway, I was staying at home one time while my parents and my sister went to the grocery store or something. I heard a knock on the door and went to the window nearby to look outside. It was getting close to dusk but you could still see pretty well.

    I look and see my friend Seth's dad, or a man who could be his doppelganger, standing on the porch. Seth and his family lived two houses down from me and I had known them for years so I didn't hesitate to open the door.

    No one was there. I stepped out on the porch and couldn't see anyone. I even walked over to the edges of the house and looked around, called out "Hello!" Nothing.

    I figured I just imagined it.

    So about an hour or so later I take my dog down to the garage to feed him and to get rid of him (he could be a pest sometimes.) He slept down there but we would let him stay upstairs most of the time.

    I hear what sounds like the front door opening above me (I'm almost positive I had locked it.) My mom would park her van in the garage and my dad would park his truck at the bottom of the driveway right outside of it.

    Obviously my mom wasn't there so I peek out the windows of the garage and my dad's truck isn't in the driveway. I can hear what sounds like someone walking around upstairs. This is when I really start to get scared, especially considering what had happened earlier.

    I stay in the basement for the next half-hour or so clutching my dog, who is whining the whole time, scared out of my mind. I'm too afraid to open the garage door because it would be easily heard in the house. I'm afraid to walk out of the garage into the basement, where the stairs leading up to the main floor are, because what if this person hears me or is down there right?

    I manage to keep the dog from whining very much and just stay there. I occasionally flirted with the idea of just bolting out of the garage or the basement door over to a neighbor's house, or even the woods around my house, where I would have still felt safer. The whole time I am occasionally hearing someone walk around above me.

    Finally, I am really starting to get so scared that the idea of running and giving away my position seems less scary than staying. My mom pulls into the driveway and opens the garage door with her electronic opener. She asks why I'm sitting in the garage, white as a ghost, and I tell her I think someone is there. She just laughs it off and we head upstairs. There wasn't anyone there and nothing was missing.

    I suppose it could have mostly been in my head but the fact that I could somehow mistake someone I knew so well is what always nags me. The next day, and a few times over the years after that, I've asked my friend's dad if he had came over or played a prank on me. He swears he didn't.

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  • gangsta_bitch_barbie

    gangsta_bitch_barbie

    March 11, 2015, 8:49 am

    I agree that the actual steps are simple, my problem is with the "all or nothing" grade that trumps the content grade. In my current class, you can earn a maximum of 20 points per week for posting, which would be fairly insignificant, however they are weighted so that they will count as 30% of my final grade. So even if I had perfect scores on all of my tests and assignments, I would still only get a C- in the class. My actual comprehension of the material being taught would not be fairly represented and I have an issue with that.

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  • psia_krew

    psia_krew

    March 11, 2015, 3:39 am

    You're still on the beaten track. Why should we be after girls specifically? Because porn studios do it? We should start with couples, because there's no substitute for a bonding within a real couple. This cannot be faked. And it will take care of a large part of shyness and stigma issues.

    Later when a community forms it will attract loners, too, and of both sexes of course, even if there will be a bias towards males. These loners will go through a process of adaptation, training, and naturally coupling and off-screen sexual experimentation. Those who have proven their ability to act, who discovered their hidden charm _and_ have formed bonding ties with someone they feel they can perform with, will end up on the screen, but not before they are ready. No rushing, no forcing, no rules or standards except the single one: the end result must look great and we should feel great when working on it. Remember, we're not in it for the money! Those who don't make it to the screen will diverge into technical roles (camera people, lightning, costumes, whatever) or just drop off, just like in a software open source project.

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  • jk215

    jk215

    March 10, 2015, 2:10 pm

    When I was 19 and decided it was a good idea to stop going to college for a year because I just did terrible my first year I got a job as a gas station attendant. Most gas stations in PA dont have full service but ours did so in addition to pumping gas for old ladies and people from New Jersey I also had to clean and scrub the mechanic's bay's and clean the bathrooms. I also changed flat tires but that was actually pretty practical and informative. Then our tow truck driver quit unexpectedly and my boss thought it would be a brilliant idea to let me drive the tow truck with zero experience. I fucked so many peoples cars up because I didnt know what I was doing at first.

    I went back to school that September.

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  • JayDogSqueezy

    JayDogSqueezy

    March 11, 2015, 1:14 am

    Short answer: no. I'm a big believer that if what you're doing is working, keep doing it. Keep in mind, as you grow older, your physiology and oral environment might change and require you to adjust your habits.

    We treat two diseases almost exclusively: dental decay and gum disease. Never having a cavity means you're not very susceptible to tooth decay, likely due to good hygiene and other factors. Gum disease may become an issue though, so I'd still recommend checkups, especially if you notice certain teeth seeming slightly longer than you may have noticed before. (i.e. recession)

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  • mycatdiedofaids

    mycatdiedofaids

    March 10, 2015, 7:40 pm

    I do not believe they were at the point of interviewing his family, children, or co-workers. They probably talked to him, and definitely talked to the alleged victims. That's neither here nor there, because I wasn't trying to blame the media for his death.

    I was only writing what I considered a reasonable set up for someone who is innocent, to commit suicide. I'm sorry, I considered your comment to be in the vicinity of what I was trying to add. I did not say I believe that they made him kill himself. He did that all on his own, I'm just considering a reasonable set of circumstances for a person to feel like they want to end their life.

    It's almost never just one thing. I was trying to say that a suicide is not usually caused by one event, but rather a plethora of events. There's almost no way he was a really happy guy who was so full of hope and life, but then committed suicide because of the media's incorrect report.

    I guess I should've added that along with his dog dying, his parents divorcing, etc.. that he also was deeply distressed that some students of his would make up a lie (if it is) or that the investigation itself would also put him on that path. (edit: although I think I did, but it seems not clearly enough)

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  • neko_pickle

    neko_pickle

    March 10, 2015, 4:45 pm

    Psychologically wrecking: a good example would be to lock a person naked, with shaven head, in a totally empty room with just a mirror and a mattress for one week, without any social interaction, just throw in food twice a day.

    After one week, start to give out some little more attention, eventually let the person leave the room for a little while, but forbid to talk or look you in the eyes. The person will be so fucked up that it will make the most docile, submissive and dedicated partner ever.

    Of course, those are simply fantasies, don't take them more seriously than they should.

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  • VitriolicMasquerade

    VitriolicMasquerade

    March 11, 2015, 4:43 am

    I have a few minutes in between classes, so I suppose that I'll toss my hat into the ring.

    I've been through a few 'breakups' but none were quite as bad, or as awesome as Marissa. Marissa was a grade below me in highschool, and a bit of a prep (I was a little bit goth, but not really, silly labels.) Well anyways I was in Ap Precalc and she was struggling in Algebra 2, I was in my math teachers room one day talking with him, she approached him and asked 'do you think I can come after school for some tutoring'. My teacher saw the opportunity and said "_______ (my last name) can probably tutor you" I agreed, she was hot.

    So, I'd go over to her house, her dad asleep in the basement of their split level house (he worked the overnight and slept about 1-9). I tutored her until she got an A in the class, by that time things had gone from tutoring to sex. We never really started 'dating' but it was just kind of assumed.

    My best friend _______ called me up on his cell and said "Hey, I'm in Marissa's bathroom and she's trying to fuck me... what should I do" I told him to hit it once for both of us, and that we'd get back at her.

    So, the next day (with my friend ______ out in the car), I go to see her, pretending that I don't know anything. I start making out with her, kissing her, and fingering her. She's ass naked, I have just my pants left on. I pat my pockets and say "Shit, I left my condoms out in the car." She says something like "Hurry back to me". I stop in the doorway and say "When I come back, I want you spread eagle on the bed, masturbating" At first she thought I was kidding but I gave her a bit of a look and replied "Seriously, it would be hot" with all the enthusiasm I could muster... I'd requested she do so a few times before so it wasn't too outlandish.

    So... I walk down the steps to her front door and creep back up... and catch her not masturbating and sternly say "Cmon... It would really get me hot if you'd do it". So, reluctantly she starts masturbating.

    This time I exit her room and go down the steps, I open the front door and let it sort of slam shut behind me. I creep down the basement steps. I knock lightly on her dads door and say "Hey" he replies sleepily "yeah?" I go "Hey, I just got a call on my cell, my brother is in the hospital so I have to run, but Marissa has been acting funny all day, can you check up on her for me?"

    I run out to my car, hop in, toss ______ my cell and tell him to answer it when it rings in about 5 minutes.

    Hopefully that made you smile.

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  • target99

    target99

    March 10, 2015, 6:48 pm

    While I agree that the primary software overhead cost is the development cost (mostly engineering labor), it's bullshit to say that's the sole reason software is expensive. I work in semiconductors -- analog-intensive integrated circuits, to be more specific -- where the engineering cost is higher since we generally get paid more than programmers. Our products cost more to develop, but are often dirt cheap (e.g., below $1, and sometimes on the order of a few pennies). As a result, we have to sell millions of units at a profit margin of more than 60% if we want to make money.

    I'm not sure of the exact reason for the high cost of some software, but I'm certain that marketing probably has a lot to do with it. People will pay a premium for a brand or label they're comfortable with. There are many other reasons, too. It's a very complicated model that depends on many factors. It ain't just engineering cost, though.

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  • powercow

    powercow

    March 10, 2015, 7:19 pm

    pretty much.

    it's imaginary much like the economy.

    they resell the same debt many times over.

    they really are the quantum physics of economic science. They tend to be extremely complex.

    they tend to be leveraged and can make the owner a ton of money but it only takes a small downturn..like say a couple forclosures.. to make you lose a ton of money.

    they tend to really depend on relative price stability to price.. and with a housing market that is dropping as fast as our.. they are pretty much impossible to value.

    These derivatives are also packages of laons from many finacial institutions and some of them have leans from still others.. a ton of money is being spent just unwrapping the derivatives and figuring out who owes what.

    They really should have been highly regulated.. like many people called for.

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  • sadiegirl

    sadiegirl

    March 10, 2015, 5:10 pm

    I thought I was the only one who got off so much on nipple sucking! That feels soooo incredibly good, doesn't it? I wish I could have a guy playing with and sucking on my breasts all day long. Have you ever had 2 at a time? One sucking on each? Girl, that is the ultimate orgasm.

    What I want to know is, why don't more women talk about this? And why does porn spend so little time showing women getting their breasts sucked? I guarantee if they showed more of that, a lot more women would be into watching porn with their guys. Sometimes I think I should go into the porn biz just to rectify that.

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  • crackedoutboyscout

    crackedoutboyscout

    March 10, 2015, 9:28 am

    AGREED!.. Personally I enjoy giving a woman oral and in some cases women just wont reciprocrate the favor. All men love a good BJ, so you might as well do it. To compound my point even more, some women think giving a guy a BJ is disgusting, now think about when a guy gives oral to a female and what goes on down there... I've been with some woman that refuse to give oral after I just spent the last 20 minutes (I really enjoy it) down on them. Its rather frustrating and a turn off therefore i dont call them again...

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  • fr-josh

    fr-josh

    March 10, 2015, 4:34 pm

    >Aha. . . Papal Infallibility is no longer an issue in the Catholic Church in 2009 ?

    It's still very much alive. However, that's largely unrelated to what you said implying blind obedience in everything, especially thinking.

    Also, the rest of what you've said says nothing to your original statement. Those things are sins because they're immoral. Those practices (celibacy) are still continued because it's the discipline of the Church. The rest of what you've said is the usual atheist claptrap. Ho hum.

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