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  • kempo666

    kempo666

    March 10, 2015, 10:17 am

    Well it was a long time ago in a galaxy far far away if it is any consolation.

    Well here's the story: In 1997 I was living in Atlanta and took a trip to New Orleans to visit friends. I was poor at the time so I flew Value Jet. When it came time to fly back to Atl I was dropped off at the airport by a friend and was COMPLETELY penniless... I literally didnt even have pocket change. But I didnt think it was a big deal since I was about to get on a plane and be back in ATL in a couple of hours, where my girlfriend would be picking me up and taking me home to eat birthday cake she baked.

    The jet that I was supposed to get on broke down. They told us all to wait while they tried to borrow a jet from another airline. I'm not fucking joking. They told us this. After a few hours of waiting they informed us that the flight wasn't gonna happen until the next day, so they were shuttling us to a hotel where we would stay for free and receive meal vouchers we could use at the hotel diner... I arrive at the hotel and am informed that the diner is closed. I ask if I can redeem my voucher in the lounge for a few beers (need SOME sustainance) and they said no. I ask if I can exchange the voucher for cash so I can walk to a restaurant and eat. Nope. I ask if I can make a local call on their phone... Not without a credit card. By this time I was starving and furious so I went back to my room and got good and drunk on the whiskey I had in my suitcase, and proceeded to disassemble, destroy, steal, short circuit, and urinate on everything in the room. I pissed in the A/C, poured water into the TV, pissed on the mattress and carpet.... and yes, I jerked off into the coffee maker. By the time I was done the room was uninhabitable. At least several grand to bring it back. All of which could have been avoided if they would have given my $5 for some Mickey D's.

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  • sassansanei

    sassansanei

    March 10, 2015, 7:49 am

    Oh boy. When I was 16 years old, I had no idea how high the cost of living really is. I know you don't either because you're "not worried about a salary." Of course you're not, you're 16. But you will find out once you're done with school and living on your own!

    I'm sure you are very talented and your pictures are very beautiful, but honestly, it's not like there are throngs of rich people out there who are going to pay you a bunch of money for them. You need to think this through: how, EXACTLY, is shooting nature and old buildings going to pay your mortgage, buy your food, clothe your kids, pay for their school trips, or cover any of the other expenses that you will face in the future? The fact that you do not have these expenses today does not mean that you won't have them in the future, and these problems don't magically solve themselves.

    Here's what you do. Think of something else that you also enjoy doing, AND that can be translated into a career with reasonable income prospects. If you like math and science, go into engineering; if you like biology, go to medical school; if you enjoy debating, go to law school. You get the idea. I see from your other post that you work in a kennel. Do you like that? Become a veterinarian. Find something you like doing that you can also get paid well for. Go to college, get your professional degree, get a well-paying job. MEANWHILE, CONTINUE TO FOLLOW YOUR DREAM AND KEEP TAKING PICTURES EVERY SINGLE DAY. DON'T STOP WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHY. Your "real" job provides you with the economic means to pursue your passion for photography -- or anything else you decide in the future that you might enjoy.

    Otherwise, you will find yourself 36 years old, working at Wal*Mart because it might not pay much but at least it's a steady income, ringing up the 200 speed film for that 16-year-old amateur photographer who thinks 200 speed kicks major ass and wants to make a career out of photography, and the only thing you have to look forward to is getting off work to go take pictures of nature and old buildings -- but unfortunately, your camera is broken and you can't afford to get it fixed -- and you can totally forget about EVER getting that awesome $2000 tilt/shift lens you've been hearing about, because your kid needs diapers more and the rent is three months overdue.

    Okay, so to summarize:

    1. Study engineering or some other professional subject

    2. Get a well-paying job doing something you love

    3. Continue to take pictures without having to worry about money

    4. Work hard, save money, and retire early

    5. Spend the rest of your life taking pictures without having to worry about money

    This approach works. :) Good luck, and all the best!

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  • declar

    declar

    March 10, 2015, 10:38 am

    He may be, but also people who know how to fight or more accurately have been trained how to fight don't fight until it's necessary. I don't know the back story, but my father is an immigrant boxer in the US and I've seen him get into arguments etc. He doesn't just punch the guy when they are being aggresive. But I have seen him call people out when they need to be... and they never have come out.

    My Dad always says that boxers are the nicest guys because they get all of their rage out in the ring... And I say, unless they are as effed up as Mike Tyson. (Still a nice guy I think... just totally mental)

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  • depnaker

    depnaker

    March 10, 2015, 10:51 pm

    Each year, businesses write-off six percent of revenue to waste, fraud and abuse. But why would managers throw all that hard-earned money away when there is a reliable way to eliminate waste, fraud and abuse using accounting policies & procedures to create internal controls. Internal controls eliminate uncollectible receivables; prevent theft or embezzlement; optimize inventory; and stop waste, fraud, and abuse. Utilizing just a single control will add real money to your bottom line each month.

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  • matts2

    matts2

    March 11, 2015, 1:21 am

    >Because the whole existence of Israel relies on racist immigration laws that give more rights to American Jews who have never set foot in the Middle East than Palestinians who have lived there for thousands of years.

    Who are these Palestinians who have lived for thousands of years? Somehow you went from talking about actual individuals who had not lived in Israel to a group that had some kind of roots to the area. But if you are willing to go back that long, then most Jews are from the area. Whereas if you went back 100 years no one was self-identifying as Palestinian.

    Those "racist" laws exist because of the massive pervasive deadly racism across Europe and elsewhere for centuries. The problem is not that the Jews have made a sanctuary, but that they needed to. The solution is not to keep the Jews from protecting themselves but for others to stop their racism. You are blaming the victim. Why not go to the NAACP and tell those uppity Negros they have to stop being racist.

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  • ytinas

    ytinas

    March 10, 2015, 2:30 pm

    I agree with what you're saying here. I think our point of disagreement is that I'm almost certainly not talking about the kind of people you outline above. If everyone were like that it probably wouldn't be that big of an issue.

    The people I'm talking about are the board of directors/major share holders at big companies. The way things are set up right now, these guys who have no real skin in the game are the only ones who's interest must legally be protected. This has lead to so many companies/people/etc. to only value short term thinking. And I just think this is really dangerous long term.

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  • ssylvan

    ssylvan

    March 10, 2015, 10:55 am

    Seriously dude, give it a rest. I made my point, I explained it to you when you acted intentionally obtuse to score some cheap point (funny how nobody else "misunderstood" what I meant - you must be the only here who's smart enough, but I'm sure you "knew" that), and yet you continue to insist that I've made some sort of grave error that must be atoned for in some way. I've told you several times what I meant by what I said, what more do you want?

    No, I do not consider it accurate to describe Haskell's field labels a "record system". It's confusing to anyone who's seen records before, since Haskell's "records" bear almost no resemblance to how they look in any other language. It is, like the report says, merely a system for named fields on regular data types.

    Furthermore, when I, *in a discussion about what I'd like to add to Haskell*, say it needs a "records system", then clearly I'm not talking about what it already has. This is obvious to anyone who actually tries to understand what I was saying, rather than just prowling the internet for cheap points to make themselves feel better about whatever deep-seated inadequacies they feel they need to compensate for.

    Honestly dude, you're posting under your real name, I don't see why you're trying so hard to make yourself look like an ass.

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  • VodkaElite

    VodkaElite

    March 11, 2015, 5:55 am

    Through my extensive research of the results of circumcision, the majority things I've read state that uncircumcised guys "usually" last longer because they have more control of the feeling they receive and also don't need to thrust as hard or fast just to feel anything, so they also tend to be better lovers.

    I said "usually" because not everyone will always have the same results but there IS more evidence showing they tend to last longer.

    No, I am not trolling or even attempting to... the statement was based on studies that I have read and notice that I was careful to make sure I said that it may not help.

    If you're circumcised you could try foreskin restoration (or don't, IMO it's a guys own loss)... if you're uncut, I would never suggest circumcision to help last longer... but other things may help... different positions, taking deeper breaths, try to focus less on just enjoying the sex and more on just enjoying being with the girl, etc etc...

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  • bbibber

    bbibber

    March 10, 2015, 4:04 pm

    > Learn many different positions, and keep changing them

    Most females will not appreciate the constant changes, though. Sure you can mix it up but you need to be going at it some too.

    Lasting longer is really easy : get less stimulation. This can be achieved by no penetration, but also some positions with full penetration can give relatively more stimulation to the girl than the boy. For example have the girl sit on top and have her girate on boy's pubic bone (not sure what it is called in English) instead of going the full in/out stroke.

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  • SergeyK

    SergeyK

    March 11, 2015, 7:36 am

    To be completely honest with you, I am not an idiot. I check the comments for any torrent before I download it and I understand that the number of seeders is an important factor to consider. However, Bittorrent is a flawed system, and there are many ways to "game" the amount of seeders on a torrent to make it appear popular. And for the majority of torrents, there *are* no comments.

    These are issues that do not exist on private trackers where spammers just don't exist and nobody games the system due to the fear of being banned forever. If anyone is serious about Bittorrent, you have to realize the safest way to go is through private trackers.

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  • knowknowledge

    knowknowledge

    March 11, 2015, 6:51 am

    Voila! In view humble vaudevillian veteran, cast vicariously as both victim and villain by the vicissitudes of fate. This visage, no mere veneer of vanity, is a vestige of the “vox populi” now vacant, vanished. However, this valorous visitation of a bygone vexation stands vivified, and has vowed to vanquish these venal and virulent vermin, van guarding vice and vouchsafing the violently vicious and voracious violation of volition.

    The only verdict is vengeance; a vendetta, held as a votive not in vain, for the value and veracity of such shall one day vindicate the vigilant and the virtuous.

    Verily this vichyssoise of verbiage veers most verbose, so let me simply add that it’s my very good honour to meet you and you may call me V.

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  • Nelirikk

    Nelirikk

    March 10, 2015, 1:47 pm

    Sorry, I should have included my reasoning, but I got sidetracked by the video game joke.

    He implies with his dialogue that gun control advocates want to outlaw guns because guns can be used to kill people, and that this is a double standard not applied to hammers. In fact, I don't think you will find a legislator who wants to outlaw guns merely because they can be used to kill people. That position, and the imaginary legislator he uses in the dialogue is an over-simplification of the opposite side of the debate which he made up and then refuted. A straw man.

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  • cemasoniv

    cemasoniv

    March 11, 2015, 12:18 am

    Sigh. Your mindless drivel wasn't dumbed down enough for me.

    I guess we're seeing hundreds of new banks being formed every new day due to all these "ass fuckings." Oh, that, and it's so easy to get your bank on the NYSE that new banks (also led by the same chairs as BOA, C, WM, etc) are doing it all the time.

    First off, I hate BoA, which is why I don't bank with them. I hate that the government has given money to these assholes. Oh, right, more government intervention is the way to go because that has worked for so long now.

    Second, after taking your money from BoA why would you take your money to some new no-name bank? Do your research and look for a bank that's been in existance for a long time and has a reputation already built up for serving its customers.

    You're one hell of a stupid consumer.

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  • fragilemachinery

    fragilemachinery

    March 10, 2015, 5:42 pm

    If you were in goonfleet and you were spending significant time in empire, but weren't running some sort of uber production empire, you were doing goonfleet wrong. It was all about getting out in 0.0 and flying around in whatever you could afford/fly well. For most of my time in goonfleet we were giving away frigates, and within a month or two it's possible to flying a near endless stream of cruisers. Beyond that character development tends to be directed by personal preference, but, speaking as a guy who was in 0.0 his first day in the game, you really missed out.

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  • waddupeverybody

    waddupeverybody

    March 10, 2015, 10:57 pm

    > How has your "act" developed throughout the years?

    It's pretty much stayed the same. I'm not an actor by any means. I've heard of some wild ones that other card counters came up with to get away with it though.

    > Do you take in things that your type of character would do from other people that you have seen in the casinos and add them to your character's techniques?

    Yes, a bit. The biggest thing that I've added is the critiquing of other players and placing blame on other players for losses. A typical gambler will never accept responsibility for a loss and will always blame someone else for their loss (they shouldn't have hit, split, etc.). Even though this has zero effect on my win rate, I incorporate this into my act and critique, get upset, at other players when I lose.

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  • KKJS

    KKJS

    March 10, 2015, 8:20 am

    I don't know about pizza boxes but I work at a supermarket part time.

    Cardboard edges makes form some serious paper cuts.

    On the days we're filling shelves I never get through the day without getting a few deep cuts and a ton of shallow ones (from plunging my hands into the "empty cardboard trolley"). That's why the girls, and some of the more pussy guys, wear frost/working gloves while putting stuff up. Which then again makes them drop things more. Which is fun.

    I remember one time I somehow ran a cardboard edge across the webbing between a thumb and index finger. It was like 5 mm deep or something, hurt like a son of a bitch. There were manly tears that day.

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  • ssylvan

    ssylvan

    March 11, 2015, 6:20 am

    No, *you're* missing the point. I'm talking about evaluating C on its language merits. I *don't care* what the justification for its problems are, I care about what it means for a programmer using it. Although, again, I fail to see how non-broken arrays would've been significantly harder to implement than what C already has.

    It may well be that C is "intentionally" broken for whatever reason (I find this very hard to believe), but even if I grant you that then so what? That doesn't make it any less broken! Intentionally broken is *still* broken.

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  • Honztastic

    Honztastic

    March 10, 2015, 5:50 pm

    You really aren't worth the time. But I'll break this down for you, so anyone else reading can see how wrong you are even though you will not admit it. We're going point by point from your last post, and "we're" if the royal we. It's just me showing you your ineptitude.

    Yes, we *are* in a two party system, and there *are* shifting alliances in politics, even with conflicting ideologies. Congratulations, you've discovered logrolling. (It's a political term) Or we can just say the nature of politics. And yes, issues come and go as things not pertinent to past societies fade away or new issues become salient. Good, we agree.

    And yes, all people are different and no one sees eye to eye on every single issue. Once again, *congratulations*. We agree.

    But you are a fucking moron who has no concept of American politics if you don't understand that *regardless* of any personal differences or the stance on issues, that *everyone* in America either jumps on board the Republican party or the Democratic party. You can argue a third party, but you'd be fucking stupid. Regardless of personal stance there have been and always will be two parties in America, the conservative and the liberal. Federalist, anti-Federalist, whig, or democratic-republican. It doesn't matter, there has always been a conservative vs. liberal two party system in America.

    I should have put the "this guy" in quotes in the original post, but it still doesn't excuse your failure to read comparisons and examples. I said you were arguing that said person wouldn't be a republican because he was a libertarian. However since no libertarian has ever done anything in politics that "libertarian" is going to vote Republican and can be classified as such. He is going to vote for the party that most closely supports his ideals, namely conservatism in the form of the republican stance of free market, small government, individual liberty. Same thing with FDR, you can't call him a socialist (because of all his New Deal policies) and exclude him from the Democratic party.

    Those points remain even though you apparently fail to grasp them.

    I obviously responded to you and if you can't figure that out maybe you responded to the wrong post or are an idiot. Or both. And by responded to the wrong post, I mean you're fucking with someone severly out of your league, not that you actually responded to the incorrect post.

    My point is valid *and* correct. Even though I recognize there are shades of gray and good and bad politicians in both parties, regardless of the era. We can assume. Hamilton might be an issue to classify, but he like big government and was an elitist so I'm going to say Democrat.

    Calhoun hated government telling him what to do, he was a Republican. Lincoln had a bi-partisan cabinent and made sure the *federal* government reigned supreme, democrat.

    Yeah, knowledge was different, but there are a few core ideals that are consistent in our political parties over the years such as big government, individual freedom, states' rights. And guess what? They're big enough to take any American politican, compare their parties' platform from the past take the issues that still remain and place them in either modern political party. And all the "good" presidents would be democrats. All the "bad" would be republican. And I mean good and bad, if you think Nixon was good you can fornicate yourself with a mace.

    I have extensive knowledge on many subjects, and probably more than you on American politics in general based on your post.

    And it worked for late 18th century, two mid to late 19th century politicans, and it certainly works for FDR, Kennedy, Harding, Wilson, Hoover and well frankly all of 20th century. Except for Wilson who was a democrat, the rest of the early 20th centurty presidents till FDR were republican moron presidents. All they did was run one of the most powerful country's economies into the ground.

    Yes, The Great Depression was the fault of Republicans and the only thing that got us out was some brilliant socialist policies by a democratic president coupled with the catalytic effect of WWII on industry.

    And FUCK YOU.

    edit: if you say TL;DR you can eat shit, because I dealt with your pitiful little diatribe. And if this seems condescending, it's because it's supposed to be.

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  • PedobearsBloodyCock

    PedobearsBloodyCock

    March 10, 2015, 5:29 pm

    Oh fuck I don't want to get married for many reasons, kids being the least of them. I hate this whole idea that you have to be married to have kids, because it's bullshit. There's just very little benefit for a man (especially in California) to get married.

    Maybe it's not selfish, though, but many people construe it as such. "Oh but what about carrying on the family name? Don't you want to experience the joy of fatherhood?" I've got 3 little brothers, I'm sure one of them will fuck up and put a kid in some girl, and no, I don't want to wipe some shitty ass for 3 years and spend all of my extra money on a crappy little version of me for the next 18 minimum.

    Whew, done ranting.

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  • pingish

    pingish

    March 10, 2015, 4:24 pm

    >People who now obsess about government debt have it backward. The problem isn't the debt. The problem is just the opposite. It's that at a time like this, when consumers and businesses and exports can't do it, government has to spend more to get Americans back to work and recharge the economy. Then -- after people are working and the economy is growing -- we can pay down that debt.

    I can smell the stinking pile of bullshit through my computer screen.

    Let prices drop to the point where unviable businesses collapse. The ones that are left and can compete at the lower prices will establish a stead-state of employment. A steady savings rate will generate enough capital to create more jobs.

    On the other side of this forest fire is a cleaner, healthier forest.

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  • Khiva

    Khiva

    March 10, 2015, 11:28 am

    I opened this thread specifically to search for this film. I usually enjoy movies from an intellectual standpoint (ooo, how'd they do that?) or from a pure story-telling standpoint (what's going to happen?), but it's regrettably rare that I find a movie that really moves me.

    I put on Dear Zachary knowing almost nothing about it, except that it had gotten good reviews. No idea what it was about (which is the best way to see it).

    I had no idea what was going to hit me. I've sat dry-eyed through the most tragic of twists, but by the end of this movie I was a gooey, blubbery mess. When the film was dedicated to the parents I completely broke down. I really, honestly don't think I've seen a more savagely, heartbreakingly beautifully _real_ moment in any cinema, ever. I don't know if I ever want to.

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  • Defender

    Defender

    March 11, 2015, 9:11 am

    You made the statement, I just reworded it to have similar meaning.

    What is has to do with Diet Drinks is that I see quite a few people who "make up" for the lack of sugar, or the illusion of healthiness of Diet Beverages and compensate by gorging on more of it because they perceive it to be "less unhealthy".

    The rats may not care, but neither do quite a many people and there's people who'll eat anything you put in front of them and as much of it as they can.

    Ever been to a Buffet Restaurant?

    Prime Example.

    This point becomes more relevant when you drink more Diet Drink than Regular Drink because "you can".

    I don't think the artificial sweeteners make the drink any healthier in terms of mass consumption. I, personally, can taste the difference and diet anything leaves a horrible, sweet taste clinging to the back of my throat well after I ingested it. I know for some people, it's better or worse, some people don't notice the taste at all.

    I remember, I used to point out to my grandmother, on the back of the SweetAndlow packet that there was red text that said "This product has been proven to cause cancer in lab animals" as a disclaimer but it seemed nobody read the packet, or cared.

    I mean, it wasn't sugar, how much worse could it be? /s

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  • ddigby

    ddigby

    March 10, 2015, 9:51 pm

    Why assemble your own systems? If I understand you correctly, the idea is to customize the appearance of laptops, not the systems themselves. You should be DISassembling off the shelf models, using various techniques (screen printing, laser etching, vinyl decals, bejewling) to modify the case/shell and then slap it back together.

    To really make money at this you should be able to do the same thing with phones. Also, you may be able to get registered as a warranty service location for major manufacturers so warranties aren't voided, or offer your own warranty, either way that may be a stumbling block. Setting up in this way would let you take customer's existing machines and customize them, but you could just as easily purchase from a manufacturer in bulk then retail the modified machines.

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  • Gyarados

    Gyarados

    March 11, 2015, 3:05 am

    Homo sapiens are human beings at the point when they become autonomous. That is, they are humans when they gain the mental capacity to think of themselves at some future point in time. Though this happens at about age three, there is no other significant difference between a five year old and a mid to late term fetus.

    However, the important differentiating factor between a fetus and a post-birth child is that a fetus needs its mother to survive, while the post-birth child does not. Yes it needs someone to nurture it, but this need not be it's biological mother.

    Here, I'll present a good analogy that's often used to discuss pregnancy. Say there is a piano player who is sick with some horrible malady on the 7th floor of a hospital. He needs a blood transfusion from someone else for 9 months in order to live. On accident, you happen to go to the seventh floor of this specific hospital on this day. Mistaking you for a willing donor, the hospital staff puts you under and you wake up connected to the piano player. In order for him to live, you need to take 9 months out of your own life so you can be continuously connected to him. If the doctors disconnect you the piano player will die.

    Now though the morally right thing to do would be to stay connected to the man in order to save his life (since you'd be saving a life with little to no discomfort to you), I doubt anyone would argue that you should be punished for choosing to disconnect yourself.

    In the context of this analogy, I think it makes sense to say that though abortion may be immoral to a certain extent, it should unequivocally be the woman's (or unassuming patient who walks onto the seventh floor) right to choose what happens.

    P.S. - Even if your goal is to reduce the number of abortions that occur, making them illegal does not seem to do this.

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