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  • chairface

    chairface

    March 10, 2015, 7:03 pm

    Yes, fumbles on special teams count as fumbles for individual players. I just checked Fleaflicker and ESPN (the only other sites I have leagues in currently) for Jamal Charles, and both of them are scoring this the same way.

    Interestingly, neither Fleaflicker nor ESPN are charging Charles' fumble to the KC defense. I'm not either, but mostly because the possibility didn't occur to me. I think you're right about that part, though, it should be charged to the defense. This will be changed shortly.

    As for not seeing kick and punt return touchdowns count for individual players - this is just how the league's rules are configured. The way the scoring system works is that you can apply each rule to certain positions, and KR and PR touchdowns are applied only to TM's. I just realized that I'm not actually showing you what positions each rule gets applied to on the rules page - I will try to add that before my lunch hour is over.

    If you have any follow-up questions, feel free to ask.

    edit: Okay, you should see positions on the rule page. It's not pretty; I'll clean it up tonight or tomorrow. Probably tomorrow, I have a game to watch tonight :)

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  • kleinbl00

    kleinbl00

    March 10, 2015, 6:13 pm

    It comes from the evil juncture between *man,* the organism and *man,* the sapient creator of culture. It's not like everyone decided one day "let's compare dicks"... it's much more like everyone slowly but surely made the move to "now that we have rules and laws and agriculture and indoor plumbing and Hot Pockets, we're no longer allowed to say 'let's compare dicks' even though that's exactly what we're doing."

    "Insane" is incorrect. "Savage" is closer to the truth. A student of psychology and human nature will quickly discover that much of what goes wrong in culture is due to the fact that culture evolved to civilize baser human nature.

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  • NuclearWookie

    NuclearWookie

    March 10, 2015, 8:53 am

    By that I meant depriving them of liberties that other Australians enjoy due to their actions as a demographic. Whatever perks they may enjoy due to their heritage cannot outweigh the fact that they're being deprived of the ability to enjoy things that any adult should be able to enjoy at his own discretion.

    I mean, come on: as an Aussie, surely you like booze. As an alcoholic, I certainly do. If the government said that you couldn't imbibe since white folk were engaging in hooliganism, would you accept the goverment's wisdom?

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  • Pizzadude

    Pizzadude

    March 10, 2015, 9:34 pm

    I suppose the obvious issue is that teaching children to believe in, and base their decisions on, fantasy is not a good thing.

    The addition of the built-in bigotry and life of guilt make it worse.

    I can't believe that I taught kids that it was wrong to be gay, and that they should "hate the sin, not the sinner," thinking we being loving and caring.

    And I used to spend a large part of my life feeling guilty and depressed, because my natural thoughts and emotions were "wrong." How many kids hate themselves because they "have impure thoughts," masturbate, have any sort of physical intimacy with anyone, doubt their beliefs, etc.? That sucks. I don't want them to suffer through the same garbage that I did, especially because many of them may never realize that it's not real.

    I also contributed to the number of people out there fighting and voting against equal rights.

    Don't get me wrong. There was some good too. We had a lot of fun, and a lot of people who felt like outcasts got to feel like they were part of a close group of friends.

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  • ak01

    ak01

    March 10, 2015, 11:46 am

    In college I worked at a collections agency collecting on unpaid phone sex accounts. It's hard enough to get people to pay off unpaid debt when they can't afford it. Try collecting on someone who has $2000 of unpaid phone sex with their grandmothers credit card...

    I just stopped going to work after I had to call a hospital to collect from a guy who was dying from cancer. he used the hospital phone to call the phone sex line because he was lonely and no one would have sex with a cancer patient.

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  • woodreaux

    woodreaux

    March 10, 2015, 11:20 pm

    Yes, I have. I've made a couple, myself. I've seen good ones, shitty and a lot in between. It bothers me when the drawing is so bad the content is unrecognizable. It bothers when shtick is weak or non-existent. It bothers me when a joke of merit is wasted on account of sub-optimal delivery.

    While I'm ranting about weak FFFFUUUUUUU comics, I want to point out that unlike the (at the time of the comment) 38 non-commenting cockbites who effortlessly downvoted this one, I took the time point out the entry fails to make me laugh. I've seen plenty of excellent works receive tons of downvotes without comment. I surmised this is a Pokemon specific joke, so I stated my confusion and asked WTF is going on; instead of downvoting it. Some of you unknown pricks should learn from my example.

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  • omegian

    omegian

    March 10, 2015, 10:30 am

    The point is sustainable growth, not another "dollar is weak" speculation bubble that wipes out $200bn of "wealth" when the yuan devalues 15% in 5 years.

    To keep our fickle American consumer overlords, we have to have a domestic underclass that willingly accepts a third world standard of living, and a government that permits such exploitation. Prices are signals, and they are tied together in a complex dynamic manner.

    The real problem is that we have incredible efficiency today that we didn't have 100, 50, or even 20 years ago. The "history" of the Western world is all about artificially reducing the labor supply to keep the price of labor propped up. First we took children out of the labor force. Then we went to 40 hour work weeks, organized labor unions, established a 60ish year retirement age. What's next? 35 hour work weeks and 6 weeks holiday like Europe? We have 10% unemployment because we too efficiently produce all that is needed, and the capitalist class uses our plight to bid down wages.

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  • ST2K

    ST2K

    March 11, 2015, 4:08 am

    I think if you really boiled down the differences between capitalism and socialism you get a simple question: when capital and labor come together to create value, who benefits from the extra value created, capital, or labor?

    Capitalists argue for the rights of capital (investors) over the rights of workers. Consequently, they're always searching for cheaper and cheaper labor.

    Socialists argue for the rights of labor over the rights of capital. Consequently, they try to enforce laws that limit the globalization of capital (investors ability to move money from one country to invest in another country), and they try to force capital into situations where local labor must be contracted to do work (unions are more powerful in service industries where the work must be done locally: hotels, delivery service, hospitals).

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  • tehbored

    tehbored

    March 10, 2015, 6:56 am

    I had something like that. One night after I started feeling tired unusually early I had a dream of thousands of half dead naked humans building a tower made of the dead bodies of their fallen, their numbers constantly replenishing.

    I awoke and the vision disappeared, but I was still shocked at how real it seemed. Then I blinked and I saw it again for an instant. Whenever I would close my eyes, I would see it again. I tried to stop blinking.

    I felt that the visions would not go away until the tower was completed. The completed tower somehow stood for the present state of the universe and its construction was a recreation of the past. All these bodies, which looked like prisoners out of concentration camps, acting like a great fluid just building this tower to the black and empty sky above.

    I crawled out of bed, too afraid of falling asleep again. I realized I had a fever. That's why I felt terrible earlier, I had the flu. I took two Advil and waited for the dessicated slaves to complete the tower and went back to bed. I failed both of my final exams the next day. This was last May.

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  • igraywolf

    igraywolf

    March 10, 2015, 4:35 pm

    I dumped my ex after finding out she cheated on me with a total tool. I was honest with her, told her I was too young for marriage/kids. He told her he was going to take her to hawaii and marry her.

    I took her back for a short time (yeah, I'm a sucker). About 3 weeks after I broke up with her, she called me asking if I had cancelled the insurance on her car like we had talked about. I had. She didn't get insurance, and was out in the desert with her new boyfriend. Crashed her brand new WRX. Needed to be airlifted to a hospital. Two weeks after we broke up. (We were together 7 years).

    She was pissed when I said I didn't feel responsible, after she had told me to cancel the insurance. She said those words

    "I hate you and I never want to speak to you again". Best words I've ever heard, bitch.

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  • moultano

    moultano

    March 11, 2015, 6:50 am

    I wrote that simhashing article you mentioned, and work at Google. The thing I tried doing with a huge corpus of lyrics text is making a rhyming dictionary based solely on statistics about word positions. It worked pretty well, but still needed a lot of cleanup and I haven't had time try to fix it up and launch it. Might make for a fun exercise, though it's difficult to get to work.

    Do you have any genre information from the scrape? A naive bayes genre classifier would be pretty interesting. It's fun to build things where the model alone is interesting to look at.

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  • VitriolicMasquerade

    VitriolicMasquerade

    March 10, 2015, 9:10 pm

    Once upon a time, I worked for a pet store.

    I am passionate about animals and know quite a bit about them. My manager was a rather interesting character who knew nothing about animals, and was all about the bottom line.

    I won't get into all the details now (I have class in about 10 minutes) but I will say that killing off an entire focal tank of 36 african cichlids, and countless mice / hampsters / gerbils; combined with but not limited to, medicating animals that were improperly cared for since he'd recommend red cedar shavings for small animals (Yay, I love medicating animals that are unable to catch their breath, bleeding, and losing their hair) which causes URI's.

    At the end of the day, I won... he's still at that job, but his wife fucked one of his employees.

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  • liquidpele

    liquidpele

    March 11, 2015, 12:02 am

    Because I don't see a big difference between a fetus and an infant. Some kind of magic doesn't happen during birth, you just pull it out and cut the cord. I don't support killing babies anymore than I support killing fetuses.

    I think that a fetus gets special recognition because it by definition will develop into a human, while staplers, tumors, parasites, etc do not. Call it an argument for potentiality if you want. I do recognize that abortion is a social need beyond the obvious cases of rape and horrible birth defects, if only because testing the contrary did not turn out well. However, I believe that abortion should not be considered just another medical procedure and should be heavily regulated to ensure not only what I feel are the rights of a potential human and the mother, but also the father.

    Are you a father? I'm curious how one could look at an ultrasound and compare it to a stapler as you defended below in another comment. That's pretty damn cold imho.

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  • GavinBrown

    GavinBrown

    March 10, 2015, 6:40 am

    From a utilitarian viewpoint, torturing a rat is a waste of time and energy because it achieves nothing.

    Historically every wild animal are carriers of diseases, so are humans, but that is irrelevant because we are looking at the act, not the reputation. It's not about the killing, it's about the act, the intention and the after-effect. Using glue traps on animals is one of the worst things you can do to them... yet people will ignore it and concentrate on clubbing baby seals. Doesn't matter if it is a pest or not, the level of cruelty is still there and if we are indeed a society that holds animal welfare in high regard, then they should not even be used.

    Guess we're just fooling ourselves, eh?

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  • jgotts

    jgotts

    March 10, 2015, 4:06 pm

    No wonder. French McDonalds isn't half bad. At least the McDonalds I visited in Paris served breakfast with a nice gourmet-tasting yogurt and the food tasted a lot better than over here (more carefully prepared).

    I have been lucky enough to spend a few months in Europe over the course of the early 2000's and the localized versions of the American staples aren't half bad. In particular, I remember the Subway in Amsterdam having metal silverware and a delicous local wheat bread.

    If you're lucky enough to be able to visit Paris, you'll find the most delicious food you've ever eaten, even at lowly McDonalds.

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