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  • bannana

    bannana

    March 11, 2015, 5:27 am

    Milk is mostly sugar and only contains a small amount of protein, it also isn't a very good food overall. Try about six egg whites with one yolk for flavor and a bit of fat (yes, you do need some fat), you can make an omelet, do them over easy, scramble or just plain boiled.(1egg= 4-5 grams of protein). Add some good complex carbs and you have a winner. Maybe have the fruit between breakfast and lunch. Try to have at least 4 full meals each day (not huge ones but not just snacking either) . Keep the carbohydrates for the early part of the day. Eat chicken, fish or turkey at night so you don't go to bed hungry.

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  • LSdancer

    LSdancer

    March 11, 2015, 3:42 am

    I think that difference depends on how you treat it. Last year me and 3 buddies smoked everyday and we all did ok, but not great. My friends majoring in P.R. and Managerial Accounting still do it this year (all of our junior years) but me (aero engineer) and my buddy that is a civil engineer simply don't have the time to smoke regularly this year. Not to say that we don't on the weekend or if we happen to find ourselves done with all of the stuff we need to do, but we can't just smoke and try to plow through fluids homework like we could when we weren't as deep into technical classes.

    This isn't to say that some people can't do engineering type homework when they're high, but I've definitely noticed an improvement in my productivity since moving weed back to a reward at the end of a long week of

    hard work, versus something I do as soon as I'm done with my immediate responsibilities.

    Edit: I did toke up with a buddy before starting on some Aerothermo homework the other day and it definitely helped us to keep working on the homework and look for different approaches to problems without getting frustrated.

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  • Khiva

    Khiva

    March 11, 2015, 3:40 am

    Up-modded a billion times. Talk to people who grew up in the deep south, and they'll tell you that shit like this sounds like it's beaming in from another planet. Seriously, strange looks after asking about a person with family in the hospital? Where did you work, the fifties?

    I was talking to an Indian-American guy I know who told me that a few years back he was doing to door-to-door canvassing for a non-profit he worked for. At one house no one would answer the door, so he just shrugged and went on to the next one. Five minutes later a big dude comes barreling out of that house, stands on his lawn and shouts with genuine concern "ARE YOU AL-QAEDA?!"

    The presumption that this occurred in the benighted south has inevitably already led to a few boners. I'm sure it disappoints, though, to find out that this occurred in upstate New York. Of course, I could write a post about "Welcome to the Wacky, Hillbilly North!" but that sort of thing wouldn't hit the front page. Change the story to Macon Georgia and redditers would start getting their dicks out for the circle-jerk. (oh yeah and ...."Let the down-mods commence")

    My point being that a few people can tell a handful of outlandish stories and people will crowd around them excitedly to "get the truth out." At the same time people with years of experience in the region line up to say "that seems _incredibly_ improbable to me" and it's inevitable that such muted, less scandalous responses will receive far less attention, or get buried to oblivion for their "blindness."

    tl;dr: That seems _incredibly_ improbable to me.

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  • Gotebe

    Gotebe

    March 10, 2015, 4:36 pm

    >Also you can modify how your exceptions work so they DON'T allocate memory on the heap

    Exceptions and heap are orthogonal. *throw 42* will not allocate anything on heap in a reasonable implementation. And indeed, I know of no implementation that will use heap for storage of exception objects.

    If you want better storage control, you can and should write exception objects that do not touch heap. You don't *have* to throw std::error in C++, C++ ain't Java ;-). And if you will believe me, I did that for a part of an otherwise plain C module. That particular refactoring, alongside some trivial polymorphism to avoid spread-out conditional logic, gave me smaller resulting executable. So in my book, exceptions FTW!

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    collectionagency

    March 10, 2015, 10:22 pm

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  • goodreverend

    goodreverend

    March 10, 2015, 6:10 pm

    I'm not at ALL a connoisseur of good food, by any means, so take this with a grain of salt.

    I liked it, but it was more of an exotic, novel kind of experience. I got to eat at the restaurant of a guy who was on Top Chef (and won!), and it's on my block. The restaurant's been described as "Jewish food raped by bacon" and that's fairly true. If you go there (it's called the Gorbals and it's located in downtown LA, near 6th & Spring), the menu will consist of a bunch of bizarre foods.

    It's not something I'd go and eat often, but if I want to entertain somebody with a bizarre, unique experience, I'd definitely take them there.

    (What's also cool is that during the "art walk" in downtown LA, Ilan Hall will be cooking meat on a grill outside and selling "sticks of meat" for a few bucks. Only in LA.)

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  • LWRellim

    LWRellim

    March 10, 2015, 9:13 am

    Unlimited? Yes... but it has to be FUNCTIONING to actually be of any value (and recently that is seldom 24/7 -- more like 18/7).

    And DL'ing anything large when it's down in its reduced 256kpbs mode takes for-fucking-ever (often with broken streams that need to be restarted manually).

    It's better than the old 56K modem days, but not by "lightyears" or anything.

    US is *way behind* when it comes to broadband. (And what you and I both have doesn't even qualify as "broadband" anywhere else in the world... sucks, but that's life).

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  • dh1

    dh1

    March 10, 2015, 12:40 pm

    In about 3 years, we'll have the makings of some actual data with which to formally address part of the Fermi paradox. Namely how many earthlike planets are out there. Once Kepler starts really bringing in data, then we can see if there are other earths out there.

    I personally think that in about 50-100 years max, we'll be existing and communicating with each other on a level unimaginable to us now. 150 years ago there was no radio, tv, internet, electric lights, microwaves, x-ray machines, etc. People in those times probably looked up and asked why martians weren't communicating with them via heliograph.

    Conservatively, if there were 100,000 technological civilizations in our galaxy, I think there would still be a fair chance of us missing their EM communications. If they only really use broadcast signals for maybe 200-300 years, before moving on to something more advanced like focused lasers, wormholes, etc., then we might have easily missed any signals that passed us by. With those 100K civilizations each having a window of a few hundred years between pre-tech and post-EM usage, that would leave a lot of downtime where there would be nothing but background radiation hiss.

    Of course, it's all just idle speculation.

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  • DennisOersted

    DennisOersted

    March 10, 2015, 5:48 pm

    I got inspired by this comment on the site:

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    The tough part is the marketing and coverage. I'm on the Northshore of New Orleans and could probably cover the entire area with just 1 or 2 more techs, tops. Any more than that, and we'll be cutting each others' throats. I can do the work, but I hate cold calling and asking for someone to give me work." by Kancho Ninja

    I live in Denmark and recently came across a service called enanden.dk which roughly translates into someoneelse.com

    This idea is that you can sign up on the site and choose your expertise like Hardware, software, programming etc.

    You also choose which geographic area you are able to cover.

    When a customer visits enanden.dk and fill out a form about, what problem they want help with and where they are located, a text message is sent out to everyone in that area with expertise in the specific field the customer is looking for. The "expert" simply replies to the text message wether he/she can help or not.

    We bassically need to work on a business model and the service itself (coding, design, marketing) and we should really be good to go.

    Sorry for my broken english, I hope you understand what i'm trying to get at.

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  • canned_air

    canned_air

    March 11, 2015, 3:49 am

    Everyone's different, so it all comes down to you.

    For instance, my grandparents both passed away recently within a few years of each other. My mom is taking the deaths very well and is trying to move on quickly as she knows that the world won't wait for her. Her sister, my aunt, has a hard time not bursting into tears when someone mentions things remotely related to them (like their old Lincoln Continental that broke down every other day). Mind you, I'm not trying to bash my mom or my aunt as that is just who they are. I'm just simply trying to show you the (very) extremes that my mom and her sister seem to display with flying colors.

    edit: grammar

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  • Eiii333

    Eiii333

    March 10, 2015, 7:46 am

    I'm not going to read the article, because in my head I imagine a jovial teen who's always riding about on his skateboard, yelling out friendly racial slurs at whoever he may pass. Unfortunately, a troupe of heavily-moustached Indian strongmen moved into town who were not willing to simply stand and shake their fist at the friendly town racist. A few clotheslines and piledrivers later, the boy is left battered and bleeding in a dirty side alley. The beating puts him into a coma, and he remains in a vegetative state for months before doctors make the choice to take him off life support. The small, once-happy town is changed forever.

    ...and the article probably isn't that good.

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  • eroq

    eroq

    March 10, 2015, 10:06 pm

    I have recently come down with gout (well, about 2 years ago) which is essentially like arthritis. It causes occasional severe pain in my ankles especially but can affect my lower legs in general. In the past few months, I have fallen back in love with riding my bike. I strongly suggest it. The main advantage is the pain from impact is not what you would experience with running or even walking. I have shed about 20 pounds and am now trying to get into going swimming on alternate days. This is a huge improvement from being nearly unable to move a few months ago. I feel that my legs have strengthened to the degree that they are staving off some of the illness simply by reversing some of the atrophy caused by being bedridden multiple times over the past few years. Good luck!

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  • redstate

    redstate

    March 11, 2015, 1:37 am

    No, things aren't decided at the start. Even in vastly one-sided matchups there is always a random factor. In even matchups it can go either way. The idea that there's some dominance factor at the start of fights that do escalate that settles things is nothing more than magical thinking.

    When things ARE settled like that, they don't escalate into physical violence-- usually one party will make a lot of noise and then back down: "Fuck it, not worth hurting the guy" or something of the sort. If the predator sees weakness, though, he will usually press the attack.

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