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  • karper

    karper

    March 10, 2015, 12:41 pm

    From their website:

    *"Although this might sound like a distro for Linux newbies, these are not our primary target audience, at least not for the moment. Chakra is made for techy people and competent GNU/Linux users with a passion for KDE, KISS and such stuff, who dont fear to get their hands dirty but want to set up a usable desktop system quickly and easily."*

    Oh Chakra, you talk so dirty, I love it. :)

    I might finally have an alternate recommendation to Ubuntu for a liveCD if this turns out as good as it promises to be...

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  • 3Runner

    3Runner

    March 11, 2015, 6:27 am

    Opinion: The Internet is the greater achievement, as it helps the human race every day and has a meaningful impact on society. The Apollo program was a relatively poor use of resources, costing 145 Billion for putting humans on a big rock. If we had set up a space station on the moon, or there were any feasible plans to do so, it could be argued that it was leading us on to something greater, but as of now it was just a rather costly mistake. The ISS would be a better example of accomplishments in space.

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  • Oomiosi

    Oomiosi

    March 10, 2015, 4:32 pm

    ok, given:

    char *alright = "gigity";

    char **pointer = &alright;

    and alright = 0x00000001 (given to us at run time, the address of the pointer to the start of the string, which will contain 0x00010001 as per below.

    and *pointer = 0x00000002 (given to us at run time, the address of the pointer to *alright, which will contain 0x00000001)

    and alright = 0x00010001 (the address of the first character in our string, 'g')

    printf("%p \n", alright); // output = "0x00010001"

    printf("%p \n", &alright); // "0x00000001"

    printf("%p \n", pointer); // "0x00000001"

    printf("%p \n", &pointer); // "0x00000002"

    printf("%p \n", *pointer); // "0x00010001"

    printf("%s \n", alright); // "gigity"

    printf("%s \n", alright+1); // "igity" (starts at 0x00010002 ends at NULL)

    printf("%s \n", *pointer); // "gigity"

    printf("%s \n", (*pointer)+1); // "igity"

    printf("%c \n", **pointer); // "g"

    printf("%c \n", *(*pointer + 1) ); // "i"

    printf("%c \n", *alright); // "g"

    printf("%c \n", *(alright+1) ); // "i"

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  • CamperKing

    CamperKing

    March 10, 2015, 3:24 pm

    No. I don't know of any camps that do, though I do know of one named after an individual who had donated money for its founding; that individual, and the camp, share a name with the company that made the individual famous (because the camp and the company were both named after him). Since the company is in the hospitality industry, when people complained that the camp was subpar, they didn't want to the company name associated with something crappy, so they gave a buttload of money and equipment to fix it up. But that's not really an official sponsor. (to clarify, both my camp and most other BSA camps I'm aware of, are named after the person or company who donated the money to build it. I guess that's a sponsor, though they aren't normally involved past the initial founding)

    Sorry if that's complicated. Anyone well familiar with large Boy Scout camps on the East Coast can probably guess which camp I'm talking about.

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  • another_account_5

    another_account_5

    March 10, 2015, 10:30 pm

    Like Austrian's havent been predicting the boom bust cycle of fractional reserve central banking repeatedly. Try looking up ABCT.

    >what's it like to be retarded?

    I have no idea but for some it might make being rude a great deal easier.

    Lastly just about evertyhing in your book review article points the finger directly at the state not capitalism, except for the part about regulations. However, you can regulate and you will fail. Take a look at Madoff. Dont expect the government to protect you they are miserable at enforcing law even against a basic ponzi scheme which has been illegal forever. If you rely on the government they maybe vigilent for a bit and then with a simple change of administration develop amnesia or incompetence or any other number of ills to serve their big patrons. I believe the Madoff ponzi lasted over 40 years?

    Eds.

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  • Eff-the-Hive-Mind

    Eff-the-Hive-Mind

    March 10, 2015, 5:23 am

    In WWII the Jews were herded into train-cars like cattle. This happened in the middle of the night and was blacked out by the mass media, which is probably one of the reasons the operations continued to be so successful. What if every Jew had been armed with an assault rifle? Guns are the last check against a tyrannical government, and dear lord reddit, please don't start calling me a fucking tea-bagger just because I agree with the people who wrote your Constitution.

    >Guns only escalate conflicts into fatalities.

    Rape is a conflict. What if the woman being raped had a gun? Sometimes, in the case of self-defense, fatalities are warranted. And if people downmod me for writing this, can I have an explanation or counter-argument? Thanks!

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  • imanalien

    imanalien

    March 10, 2015, 6:30 pm

    Believe me I would love nothing in the world right now more than going to Canada. I have friends from my university there, an aunt and uncle living in Montreal and I'm pretty sure I could get a job in my field if I was physically there.

    I'm just not sure how to go about getting there, as I don't fit the bill for the Canadian skilled workers program (I'm a web designer/developer with a social sciences degree). If by 'flee' you mean surrendering myself at the border, I've considered that but I really don't want to screw up any future opportunities in Canada. I sincerely want to live there for some point in my life and I don't want to mess it up by falling into another legal trap.

    If you know of anything that I've overlooked or that the lawyers I've consulted with haven't told me, I would be forever grateful.

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  • umilmi81

    umilmi81

    March 11, 2015, 4:08 am

    > Are assault rifles really necessary?

    Consider that in a free society, the onus is not on you to prove why you should have something. The onus is on the Government to prove why you should **not** have something.

    Free men don't need to justify their lifestyles. This is true for guns, drugs, sex, political beliefs, religious beliefs, etc. The politicians love to divide us by pitting us against each other. Putting us into groups and framing arguments that we then pick up and make our own. It's human nature to see the world as us vs them. But it doesn't have to be that way.

    Our instincts makes us collectivists, our minds make us individuals. Make sure the mind wins.

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