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  • telekinetic

    telekinetic

    March 10, 2015, 7:58 pm

    Top Chef is my favorite reality show, but this question really applies to all similarly-edited reality shows: When do the contestants do their narration interviews that get played during challenges and judging? Is it before or after judging results, or a combination? Sometimes they'll talk about the dish that we're watching them make, and say things like "I just hope this doesn't get me kicked off" and then it does...so either they have an awesome poker face or it was filmed between the events we saw and the judging results.

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  • adventfenceco

    adventfenceco

    March 11, 2015, 4:16 am

    Advent Fence Company is constantly improving on techniques and skill even with 20 years experience, right here in South Carolina. We love what we do and it shows by our service. We take pride in every fence we install, so they may be a showcase of our dedication to quality workmanship. We can be proud to say "we built that", about each and every fence we have built; but still, we challenge ourselves to do better, year after year. We have new designs for this year. Should you expect the same quality? No, expect better. We do not sacrifice quality and we do not build anything of inferior design. Our slogan from day one has been "Higher Quality at a Lower Price".

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  • kleinbl00

    kleinbl00

    March 11, 2015, 12:34 am

    ...aah, but you're not asking the right question. If a woman grooms like a man, she's sending much the same signals as a man who grooms like a woman. While they may signal their allegiance with the opposite group, they are also signaling that they are not a card-carrying member of their own group in good standing.

    Consider: I'm happily married. My wife has said, under no duress whatsoever, that she doesn't care if I'm clean-shaven or if I sport a beard. I, myself, would rather rawk a beard... but I also know that I'm far less likely to be taken seriously with a beard than I am without. And that's not women I'm worried about because my industry (like most industries) is male-dominated.

    You have a dress code. It helps define you in society, and your societal role is "woman." But if you think for ten seconds that there's a straight man on the planet who gives two shits about your purse, you're smoking crack.

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  • wvenable

    wvenable

    March 10, 2015, 8:07 am

    The MPG tests are similar to current laptop tests (all accessories are off). The big difference, I agree, is that in MPG tests the car is actually doing something and for laptop tests we can assume that it's not. It would helpful for some kind of benchmark to be created.

    Of course, once a benchmark exists manufacturers will start building their components to beat the test. It happens for MPG tests for cars and it's already happened with GPU benchmarks in computers. I prefer the situation now, where manufacturers try and get the best battery life based on what they believe our real-life usage would be rather than to beat some arbitrary test.

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  • hpymondays

    hpymondays

    March 10, 2015, 10:48 pm

    Let me try to clarify the situation: Both of you (and in fact the entire world) is talking about 'peace'. This is where the problem lies. There cannot be 'peace', 'peace process' or 'peace negotiations' between Israel and Palestinians - it is a completely ridiculous notion that there can be a 'peace process' between the occupier and the occupied, between a state and the stateless population under its rule. Israel conquered the territories and colonized them against the Geneva Convention and International Law. There have been UN resolutions calling on Israel to withdraw from the occupied territories to the '67 borders - this is the *only* solution: one must impose the implementation of that resolution, with or without 'peace negotiations'. When France conquered Algeria and colonized it, nobody spoke of 'a peace process between France and the Algerians', the same when Hitler invaded France, nobody spoke of 'peace process' between Germany and the French resistance, and certainly I don't remember Bush Sr. talking about a peace process between Iraq and Kuwaitis when Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait.

    It's a very simple law and there is a very simple solution, but years of charade 'peace talks' and 'roadmaps to nowhere' have clouded the vision even of the smartest observers. Just obey and impose international law - it's as simple as that.

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  • sequentious

    sequentious

    March 10, 2015, 1:30 pm

    As a gnome user, I will miss applets on the shell panel. Also, for me, Window Management isn't quite up to snuff as windows seem to reshuffle their positions a bit. I hope there is a bit more customizability as (again, for me) recent documents lists are not useful.

    That said, my mom wouldn't have trouble adapting to it. And My Dad would probably find it substantially easier. Substantially.

    It is still early. It still is not in release form ready for us or our parents. We'll see where it goes.

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  • Bizdorph

    Bizdorph

    March 10, 2015, 7:05 pm

    The energy cost per traveler of this system alone makes me very skeptical of its effectiveness.

    The reason mass transit is a good idea is that you get economy of scale. With a solution like this, you lose most of that. These are essentially horizontal elevators (at best) that skip floors depending on the desires of the people in them.

    The only way this could be improved is to allow stops for passengers traveling along (or within) the currently destined route of the vehicle, necessitating the passengers to pre-program their route into a station. This could then lead to people only programming in segments of their routes (in order to avoid long wait times for an appropriate pod), and then taking multiple transfers. Overcrowding and overuse are likely to occur, which is exactly what this is trying to avoid.

    Finally, you cannot rely on people to be honest. They will lie about where they are going to get onto a pod, if it even brings them a bit closer to their desired destination. If rules are stringent about only entering empty pods (i.e. pods only stop when their passengers reach their destination), then people will flock in droves to popular destination points, again leading to overcrowding and long lines (sound familiar?).

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  • JayDogSqueezy

    JayDogSqueezy

    March 11, 2015, 5:58 am

    Not certain exactly what you mean. Different procedures often have different names depending on your region: if you're referring to crown lengthening (surgery to make the tooth longer, usually in order to get access to good, solid tooth structure) I've done maybe a dozen or so cases. That sort of thing is usually referred to a periodontist, unless the dentist has completed a significant amount of clinical continuing education, or completed a residency of some sort. I did the latter.

    If you're talking about something different, please clarify- I've never heard of canine extension before.

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  • ppinard

    ppinard

    March 10, 2015, 6:12 pm

    I have a ceramic crown and theres a distinct gap between the crown and my gumline that floss gets stuck in occasionally - is this normal or is my dentist incompetent?

    Lasers or Drills?, Pros, Cons?

    Ever get happy with the laughing gas?

    Amalgam, Gold or Ceramic fillings which is best?

    Ever done any Grills?

    To what extent can teeth be Re-Mineralized or heal?

    I have the distinct feeling my last dentist was drilling holes in my teeth that didnt need that badly to be drilled or that could have healed.

    My teeth hurt after i eat something tough like jerky, then i take a toothpick and stick it between my gums to bleed them a little, am i a wierdo?

    Dentists always tell people to floss, nobody ever fucking does it - but theres one thing thats awesome that gets me flossing - its those stupid little floss forks with the small line of floss and the toothpick on the other end - you should give those out instead of telling people to floss

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  • Sandsworth

    Sandsworth

    March 10, 2015, 8:56 am

    Cashier at a run down grocery store. I had never used a cash register before, and the ones they had at that store were anything but straight forward. For example, you want to ring up a fruit? First type in the code for fruit 543255# (which isn't written down anywhere, why someone couldn't make a fucking cheat sheet i don't know) then type in the code for the specific fruit (no they were not on the sticker, you had to memorize them).

    Anyways that wasn't the bad part, with some decent training I could have memorized all those codes. The bad part was that on my first day the manager walks me up to a register and tells me to watch this other employee for a few minutes to "learn." Five minutes later he returns and tells me I should know everything by now, despite my protests, he then sets me up on my own register.

    Now keep in mind that this grocery store was in the bad part of town, every customer is in a bad mood and will go off on you for the smallest mistake. I am, of course, going really slow and my line is getting longer and longer. Every customer has 50 coupons and WIC checks, and they are growing more and more impatient. At this point I hear a phone ringing behind me, which I ignore until a customer says "hey man, your phone is ringing" (i didn't know i had a phone). So i pick it up, its my manager, he says "Hey, you're not going fast enough, you need to pick up the pace *click*"

    This scenario played out over and over for the next 3 days until I decided that 6.45/hr wasn't worth it and quit.

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  • robywar

    robywar

    March 10, 2015, 8:29 am

    I had a "girl friend" in first grade. She lived up the street from me, just an average pretty blonde little girl. We use to hide in her back yard and kiss and hold hands ad stuff.

    One day, I went to her house and she answered the door completely naked. I stared at her for about a half a second before her dad grabbed her and slammed the door. I had never seen a naked girl before and it looked to me like she had a scrotum and no penis too. Maybe that's just what it looks like to little boys with no frame of reference outside their own body?

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  • Strikethrough

    Strikethrough

    March 10, 2015, 3:13 pm

    You know what? Yeah, it's pretty unlikely that a chemical leak could have caused the same hallucination in different people.

    What makes you think they all had the same hallucination? At no point did he even CLAIM that. We have the following information:

    * folianol had a vision about a girl and some blowed-up folks, late at night, in a castle.

    * The people he was staying with him were tired and distracted the next day, and he says later they'd experienced "very similar kinds of awfulness," with no mention of them even *seeing* anything, much less having the exact same vision.

    * The castle has a reputation for being haunted by multiple ghosts, the most popular of whom is a "young girl."

    The guy who keeps the hostel most likely knows that there are several things that could prevent you from sleeping well inside a castle- drafts, the sounds of the structure moving, trying to sleep in an unfamiliar place, hell, the fact that you're in a castle that's famous for ghosts. He probably asks that question about the girl to everybody who stays there and looks like ass the next morning. He probably spooks a lot of people who look back and think, was that creaking noise that kept me up a ZOMG GOASTS?

    Before we can discount things like hallucinations, we need to know what specifically happened to his companions. And unless it involved not just visions, but visions that contained, for instance, the exact same girl (as it shouldn't have been hard to describe what she looks like, if he spent 10 hours looking at her), we have no evidence that this was anything but a hallucination.

    I see that folianol is commenting in this thread, and I think it'd be really neat if he could fill in those gaps, if he knows what, specifically, happened to his companions; he never addressed that plainly in the original thread. If they also encountered the ghost-girl, and had a similar experience, that would be awesome.

    Incidentally, though, I think what happened to you, fdat, is what happens to a lot of people. You have a certain set of information, and you fill in the gaps until you have something that's really cool, but is also inaccurate and will inevitably lead to cognitive dissonance.

    edit: spelling

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  • ssylvan

    ssylvan

    March 11, 2015, 6:13 am

    > Not at all. In all programming, especially systems programming, knowing exactly how your object code is generated is extremely important

    Modern C is pretty far from that though. Take a look at what gcc spits out some time. Not to mention that C's memory model is nowhere close to the machine's memory model for a lot of architectures. It really isn't as close to the machine as you think. If you want to know exactly what's going on you have to drop into intrinsics or even assembly.

    And the argument about how C's problems are a result of being low level is simply ridiculous. Defaulting to "fall-through" behaviour in a switch statement (source of many bugs) is necessary for system languages? No booleans for conditionals (source for even more bugs) is necessary? The gazillions of cases of inconsistent syntax is necessary? The conflation of low level memory offsets and "reference to value" is necessary?

    None of these are necessary. You may sometimes need to be able to opt in for some of these at times, though, e.g. convert a reference into a low level pointer when you need to do bit-fiddling, but the vast majority of times you'd benefit from separating the two concepts (purely on the type level) to prevent many of those memory scribbles. The point is that "low level" doesn't have to mean "error prone and inconsistent".

    You've basically stopped arguing with the old "If you don't think C is awesome you must suck" argument. For the record, I write low level C pretty much every day all day, and have done for years, that doesn't oblige me to blindly defend its honor when anyone can plainly see that it has many, many problems.

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  • rootmoot

    rootmoot

    March 10, 2015, 1:55 pm

    A friend read this in a biker magazine:

    "The people down the road had four very large dogs which were allowed to roam the neighborhood freely. every day i would come home from work and notice there was no dog poop on my neighbors lawn. One day I asked him what he does to stop the dogs from going on his lawn he said "nothing" and went on to explain that every morning he makes bacon, and takes the pan outside, and pours the grease on the dog piles. Now the dogs come back to clean my lawn everyday too."

    I like the idea of the tobasco spray that SubaruKayak has.

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  • kleinbl00

    kleinbl00

    March 11, 2015, 9:50 am

    >In what portion of my post did you find the accusation that men have created the unreasonable expectations placed on women?

    This part:

    >But even though you're not allowed to publicly give any hints that you might actually enjoy sex, the minute you get in bed with a guy, you're supposed to be a porn star. Oh, yeah, and you're supposed to have multiple orgasms, not because you enjoy them, but because if you don't he might feel bad. And if you're not enjoying it, honey, just fake it, it's "for him" anyway.

    I've never had sex with you. I never will. 99.99999999% of the men on the planet never will either. You wanna react against men, react against men. But don't be surprised when someone notices you're reacting against men.

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  • dr1fter

    dr1fter

    March 10, 2015, 6:42 am

    It pretty much all went down at the same time. I was a powder keg in the first place, this girl promised me all year after cheating on me that we'd be together in the summer, then she left. Then I got laid off when the company I was working at went under. Two days later my friends called me to collect rent on my house at school (across the country). When I told them that I wasn't going to pay as much as they were paying to live there over the summer, while they were renting out my room to someone who was already paying more than they were -- they said I was off the lease and there would be no conversation about it.

    I don't think this is really because I changed in some way. The stuff with this girl over the past year probably influenced me in a way that other people could see, but most of this seems like stuff that was outside of my control, from people I was supposed to be able to trust who weren't even willing to speak to me. I've stopped blaming myself for what went down.

    And, religion? Nah, no way in hell.

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  • Ardentfrost

    Ardentfrost

    March 10, 2015, 8:19 am

    Holy crap, that's half hilarious, half scary as hell (for you).

    I'm decent at multi-tasking... I clean as I go (while waiting on something) so at the end only have like, the final pot or whatever dirty. My wife, on the other hand, is like a tornado in the kitchen. I need a direct line to the National Guard to deal with the disaster she leaves behind.

    However, for those lobster tails it won't be just the multi-tasking but not having a rhythm that first time. I still want to try it out, though. At least hollandaise can be made ahead of time.

    Thanks for the recipes :)

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  • mccoyn

    mccoyn

    March 10, 2015, 1:52 pm

    He was close to having a point. When you multiply two numbers you double the precision (actually add the precision from each.) So, if you load two doubles (52-bits each) multiply them you will (conceptually) have a value that is precise to 104 bits. When you store it you lose half of that, which gets you back to 52-bit and if some of those original 52 bits were rounding errors due to previous calculations, they will now be filled in with valid information.

    The real problem that he didn't describe well is when you sum large numbers and then test the sign of the result. If the result is close to 0, its sign could be entirely determined by rounding error.

    Since multiplications can recover precision, the best thing to do is make sure your last operation is a multiplication: `E*(x*A/E + y*B/E + z*C/E + D/E) < 0` where E is `max(abs(A), abs(B), abs(C), abs(D))`

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  • Zooph

    Zooph

    March 11, 2015, 4:03 am

    Yeah, it was the one woman for that five years. Before that I was married for about 3 years and still not working and being taken care of. Free house, car, beer, alcohol, smokes, whatever. She'd buy it. We even went coast to coast, literally. I still have a bottle of Pacific Ocean and a bottle of Atlantic Ocean from that trip.

    I did not come away with any money, just stuff.

    As far as the screwed part, well, I'm working. Kinda. Just not enough to pay the bills.

    Guess I need another one.

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  • dmanwithnoname

    dmanwithnoname

    March 11, 2015, 7:41 am

    Part 1 -

    Ok, so I said I would elaborate on the business partner thing. If there is anything you would like me to clarify let me know. It was my first business. A good online friend of my SO had just lost her job. We had visited the woman for her birthday and parties and she was a real cool person. Creative and always busy. I had been wanting to start up my own business for a long time but I am not a social person and needed someone to handle customers and sales. I had the money for starting the business but I couldn't afford to pay someone to do this. I needed a partner who would work with me on this for a stake in the company. I approached her about starting a business together and she liked the idea. I had money and a job and she had time and the experience with sales and the industry we were going into. It seemed perfect.

    My first mistakes started right there. Everything I knew about this woman was second hand. I never followed through on any of the experience I had been told she had. The woman had an extensive and very impressive online profile. I hadn't even considered that any of it would be a lie. We had met this person many times and my girlfriend and her were friends for a few years before this all took place.

    If I had followed through and research it I would have found out that she wasn't in sales which she had claimed to be. She did work for this well known company but she was a secretary. Now this was not the biggest deal and secretaries are awesome but she had told me she was a sales associate working on commission at her old job. Many of the projects that she had taken credit for online were in fact the sales of someone else. She had just arranged the pick up and delivery. She had really exaggerated her experience level. Now this wouldn't have been a big deal. People pick things up and learn things by watching. If she would have taken the reigns and ran with it I would have never have known. The problem was she didn't want to be in sales. She thought that people would come to us and she would just have to take orders. She never thought she would actually have to pitch to someone. Being popular and well known in an industry, in her mind, meant that people would be throwing themselves at her feet to buy our things.

    I had explained in great detail that she would have to go out and pitch our products and bring in clients. We both understood her roles. They were clearly defined and written out in a contract. Maybe she thought she could handle it. Maybe it was jut too mush. I don't really know. Whatever it was she was home everyday. And we weren't getting clients. She had managed to persuade (steal) two clients from her old job who made an order with us. But after that order she never called them up again. My point was, all this could have been avoided if I had called her ex-boss. I would have learned that she was sueing him for workmans comp. That she was not in sales. And that she had physical and mental disabilities that gave her excuses to ignore her duties and not show up for work.

    So check up on anyone you are thinking of being partners with. Regardless of your age and inexperience it is your job to protect yourself. I was 24 at the time and the concept of calling some ex boss for a check up just seemed like a really untrustworthy and shitty kind of thing to do. But I should have.

    So background check. You have to have an understanding of the person you are getting involved with not only on a personal level but on a business level too. When you run your own business you have to be willing to work 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Sure, they will all tell you, "oh yeah, of course! don't worry, I'll be there whenever you need me." Very few actually mean it when the going gets tough.

    My other problem was, that my partners had no stake. I invested the money. They invested time. This doesn't work. Both partners have to give up something besides their time because only then do they understand that they have something to loose. Time is not enough. If I ever partner with someone again I would require a financial stake. If it is just time I would bite the bullet and pay them a salary. I realize now that was my biggest mistake. I was offering partnership to someone I should have just hired. I didn't have the money to do this but I should have found it. It would have saved me a lot of trouble in the end and made more money for all of us.

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  • khmr33

    khmr33

    March 11, 2015, 3:11 am

    No games are rendered at 1080p on 360 or PS3 except Wipeout HD, maybe a couple more... most aren't even rendered at 720p.

    On 360, the game is rendered at whatever resolution set by developers 640, 600, 540. After all of the other effects are applied the frame is sent to the ANA chip. This is the built-in scalar that takes the frame and up-scales it to whatever output resolution desired by the end user... 720p, 1080p etc.

    This is the same concept as an up-scaling DVD player. The source is not HD, but the end product being sent to the TV is redrawn well enough to fill the extra resolution of the monitor.

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  • sunsheeeine

    sunsheeeine

    March 11, 2015, 9:38 am

    Just this weekend, we went camping in the rain in NY's Catskills. We went for a hike on Saturday morning in thick fog. Decided to head on up a trail anyway. After a couple of hours we decided to turn back because the rain was picking up and they were forecasting thunderstorms. There was an unmarked trail on the map we had that looked like a shortcut down the mountain, so we located & started following it. We ended up stumbling upon something in the fog which let out a ridiculous growl -we grouped together and started walking more briskly further down the trail. Lost the trail a couple of times all the while aware that something might be following us and that we were very much alone in the middle of the woods. We relocated the trail again and the weather seemed to be clearing up, when my fiance walked directly into the path of something that again let out a huge growl. We didn't wait around to find what it was, we just started clambering down the side of the mountain hoping we were heading in the right direction.

    My description probably doesn't do the absolute feeling of fear that we experienced justice, but it was truly terrifying being in that empty forest in that isolating fog knowing there was no way anyone would find us in time to help us if we were attacked by a mountain lion or something. Feeling hunted or stalked is truly terrifying. I don't know that we actually were stalked, because I assume the growl was a warning out of fear and territorial instincts and whatever it was would have just outright attacked and eaten us if that was what it wanted, but I couldn't shake the feeling of being watched/followed from my mind the entire time.

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  • woodreaux

    woodreaux

    March 10, 2015, 4:26 pm

    I used to go straight to the shower immediately upon waking up. I think what happens is I'm not even 10% awake when I first get in. I'm no biologist, but I suspect the body suppresses the shitting urge while you're asleep (an evolutionary step to prevent us from shitting in our beds). Taking a shower helps smoothly wake me up, including re-enabling the urge to drop a deuce.

    I fixed this problem by waiting a few a minutes before getting in the shower to see if a turtle is trying to poke its head out of the shell.

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  • DanWallace

    DanWallace

    March 10, 2015, 9:36 am

    It's more about benchmarking. If a company benchmarks an nvidia card against an AMD card on this game, nvidia will falsely appear to have the better hardware. Either you can leave AA off completely, giving the appearance that nvidia makes the game look better (from screenshot comparisons) or you can force your AMD card to turn AA on, but it will be always on instead of only when it's required, essentially skewing the benchmarking stats.

    nvidia is apparently recommending this game be used for benchmarking, so it seemed a little fishy.

    At least that's my understanding of it. I'm no expert.

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