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  • GrokThis

    GrokThis

    March 11, 2015, 3:06 am

    I used to have horrible nightmares almost every night as a kid. After a while I started figuring out I was dreaming just from the sheer level of fear I was attaining. Then one time I figured out that I could wake myself up if I tried to lift my head off my pillow. Now that works *every* time. Great trick to have.

    I had sleepwalking episodes like you too, but I didn't knife bananas (haha—uh, wat?) I just would walk into my parents' or sibling's rooms and announce various things, then walk around the place and fall back fully asleep in random places.

    Kinda wish I did that now actually, it was kind of fun to hear the stories. :)

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  • dirtmcgurk

    dirtmcgurk

    March 10, 2015, 7:32 pm

    A recap:

    * You claimed that the three were synonyms, and used that claim to call the OP ignorant.

    * I said no, and qualified my disagreement with "as far as I know" and "I don't think".

    * You replied with a nice informative article that not only informed me of current denotation, but proved your initial statement invalid.

    I was thinking something like this:

    "The failure to differentiate between psychopathy and ASPD can have serious consequences for clinicians and for society. For example, most jurisdictions consider psychopathy to be an aggravating rather than a mitigating factor in determining criminal responsibility. In some states an offender convicted of first-degree murder and diagnosed as a psychopath is likely to receive the death penalty on the grounds that psychopaths are cold-blooded, remorseless, untreatable and almost certain to reoffend. But many of the killers on death row were, and continue to be, mistakenly referred to as psychopaths on the basis of DSM-III, DSM-III-R or DSM-IV criteria for ASPD (Meloy). We donýt know how many of these inhabitants of death row actually exhibit the personality structure of the psychopath, or how many merely meet the criteria for ASPD, a disorder that applies to the majority of criminals and that has only tenuous implications for treatability and the likelihood of violent reoffending. If a diagnosis of psychopathy has consequences for the death penalty- or for any other severe disposition, such as an indeterminate sentence or a civil commitment- clinicians making the diagnosis should make certain they do not confuse ASPD with psychopathy." -Robert Hare, February 1, 1996

    Psychiatric Times. Vol. 13 No. 2

    A little dated source, and I apologize.

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  • xenophrenia

    xenophrenia

    March 11, 2015, 4:22 am

    First, we need to call what's happening what it is - addiction. We, as a nation have become addicted to the almighty dollar and all it's promised to buy for us - so we barter our future to have something now. We are sold that money is everything and those that are willing to kill will stop at nothing to have it all. We are taught the point is to have lots and lots of money, money is all powerful. Money isn't shit really - just money, but we've turned it into the most potent, addictive drug out there. Until we acknowledge that this culture is addicted to money and then start to do something about it, nothing will change.

    One way to start is to start talking about it. There is a distinct taboo about discussing money and how much you have and owe. Anything repressed becomes corrupt - just look at this culture (American) in relation to sex. If we don't start discussing money openly this will get much, much worse.

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  • Wartz

    Wartz

    March 10, 2015, 10:43 am

    Forget Offical Diets™

    Get a stationary bike or a rowing machine.

    Get up 30 minutes earlier, work out *hard* 30 minutes.

    *Hard means work until you're gasping for breath*

    Do 20 burpees before bed.

    Stop drinking soda, and stop eating candy, confectionaries, pizza, beer, etc.

    Once you lower your weight enough\*, find some sport/recreation that you can participate in that involves other people and the focus is *not* raw exercise. Make it a part of your life.

    **This will probably take at least a year, more like 2.*

    Stick to this for the rest of your life.

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  • gear_head

    gear_head

    March 11, 2015, 3:27 am

    At this point, pick up whatever console your friends have. And, if none of your friends have anything, then just look at the exclusives on 360 and PS3 and see which of those you enjoy. The PS3 is a better system overall though, so perhaps that is a consideration.

    If you enjoy Nintendo games, the Wii is an excellent system, but you wont be getting any of the "core" games like Grand Theft Auto or whatever.

    I wouldnt get into the PC gaming scene unless you want to invest a lot of time and effort. Many of the high-end PC games have a very steep learning curve, though they are worth it in the long run.

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  • TheGesus

    TheGesus

    March 11, 2015, 1:04 am

    That's a pleasant thought, and this is the last I'll say of it in /r/sports, but just because your grandparents (parents?) faced a difficult choice and made it ("Let's spend the blood and treasure to defeat the Nazis.") does *not* mean that you did. The present generation is not by definition made of stuff as steely as that of its predecessors by virtue of inheritance.

    The actions of "the United States" are made by individuals. Oaths and lifelong membership do not transfer the risk accepted by previous generations onto those who happily accept prior victories. "The United States" is a fluid population and, unless you are old enough, you had absolutely nothing to do with either prolonging or ending the Holocaust. I didn't.

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  • rek

    rek

    March 10, 2015, 10:56 am

    I'm going to upmod you simply because I remember back when I used to feel the same way. Life is a lot different *before* the partner of six years cheats on you and you start to realize that reality isn't the ideal you wish it was.

    I have an amazing family who I love, but honestly... You cannot fully trust anyone, ever. Hell, I consider myself a really good guy but I wouldn't even trust myself anymore. I would not advise anyone else to, either. Yes you have to have some trust, but you can never have *full* trust.

    All people make mistakes and all people do stupid shit. Maybe it wasn't even intended. Maybe your girlfriend completely by accident missed a pill one day, or any other situation where something could happen.

    If a girl gets pregnant it would do a huge amount of harm to my life, regardless of if she wanted to, intended to, or it was a complete accident. I cannot tell her to get an abortion so if she wants to she's going to take all of my income for the next 18 years (and probably leave me for some other dude to boot).

    I would stick by my responsibility, because it's the right thing to do, and I realize that I'm taking the chance anytime I have any kind of sex... BUT: If this thing works and becomes available I will go and get it *immediately*.

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  • Honztastic

    Honztastic

    March 10, 2015, 5:17 pm

    Yeah, who doesn't know how this works?

    Conservatives have the wealthiest, greedy assholes, and all the poor that those assholes have somehow got to vote against their own interests.

    Somehow the republicans have managed to steal the "party of the working class" away from the Dems.

    Democrats are the middle of the bell curve as far as income goes. But we're the smartest on the bell curve, except for those smart guys that earned a shitload of money and want to fuck over everyone to keep their money.

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