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  • E3K

    E3K

    March 10, 2015, 7:56 am

    >BUT he is almost a fundamentalist. By refuting that ANYTHING cannot have a purely rational explanation and postulating such an explanation it's almost as if his skepticism is a faith position.

    He's right. Everything does have a purely rational explanation. I love a good mystery, but it's only a mystery until we find the answer, at which point it becomes pretty mundane.

    In this case, the most likely explanation is avalanche-related. I'd love it to be UFOs or abominable snowmen, but we all know that's not very likely.

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  • blackblocanarchist

    blackblocanarchist

    March 10, 2015, 10:34 pm

    Anarchism as political philosophy I think is an apt description; it's too fractious to be called an ideology.

    At its core, that which nearly all anarchists believe, is that the state's authority rests on violence and coercion ultimately. After that, it goes a number of different ways.

    Classical anarchism broke off into a couple parts, but you can see strains of early anarchist thinking in libertarians, but not to the degree I would call them anarchists. Other things like the ACLU, a noted liberal organization, was founded after Roger Baldwin was inspired by a speech Emma Goldman gave.

    Today mostly there are a few main currents: social anarchism - like anarchist-communists, anarchist-syndicalists or others is one form. Green anarchism is another that puts the individual above the collective as organization goes and the environment over industry as technology goes, or in less cases, the earth and wild nature over everything else.

    I was an IWW organizer for a bit when I was younger and would have fallen into the anarchist-syndicalist strain then. But not anymore - the bureaucracy that comes out of that kind of mindset can often be overwhelming.

    There are also insurrectionist anarchists, like in Greece. Their tactics have their own environment in which they developed - coming out of a military dictatorship in only 1974 tends to lead to firebombing police barracks. The reason this hasn't happened in the United States is because 1) police response would crushing, 2) people have not been pushed that far, and 3) most anarchists don't actually take pleasure in hurting people, they just think society needs to change. Anarchists still very much operate from within the liberal tradition in the US, because that is what our entire society operates under; we haven't had a military dictatorship. Protests reflect that.

    Now, I would say I'm a "small a" anarchist. Society would be better off with a critique of authority at the forefront than a bunch of anarchists in jail for 20 years because they decided to try and burn something down, IMHO.

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  • taintedpix

    taintedpix

    March 11, 2015, 5:17 am

    The last time I checked, this sub-reddit is called WTF. Now, I'm sure we all have seen some FUCKED UP SHIT on this sub, and usually the NSFW stuff posted here is really graphic to say the least.

    Now we have a whole bunch of people jumping up on their high horse condemning a sub for legal pictures of girls that may or may not be legal depending on where you live. Keep in mind USA Redditors find the age of consent different from state to state. Age of consent isn't really a moral standing since all over the world the age is different. You can't find it morally objectionable in one state/country, but find it perfectly find in another. That's just stupidity.

    Now the topic at hand was in relation to the posts and banning within a thread that probably should have never been created in the first place.

    Then again, its all perspective. For example, would it also be morally objectionable for someone to post an image of a hot chick who just happened to be murdered or missing asking "if you'd hit that"?

    What Roman Pulanski did was wrong, and he'll be dealt with, but don't look past it too far. It doesn't matter if the girl was 13 or 31, the act is still wrong. Defending him is absolutely wrong as well.

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  • otterplay

    otterplay

    March 10, 2015, 7:28 am

    A lot of stuff came to mind when I was watching my 1 year old nephew learn how to walk.

    * The joy of having the dishwasher opened, and the steam coming out and enveloping me.

    * The interesting things one does with one's mind in following associations from pictures on toys or in books.

    * The interesting maneuver of standing up and using the knee of a crosslegged adult as a support.

    These are impressions I've always had in my mind, but spending time with my nephew made me realise exactly how young I would have been.

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  • Marxshmarx

    Marxshmarx

    March 10, 2015, 3:54 pm

    I'm an English Teacher in Korea, and I have a four part question. So why would you go to a quasi-dictatorial country with an absolutely impossible tonal language with unsafe food and water for a third the money that I'm making? I really don't understand it. I've never been to China, but I can tell you reliably that Gwangju, South Korea is a rockin city. I mean it's the difference between living in a police state and a country where I've seen two cop cars in a month, and have been told by locals that when police get aggressive the populous normally beats the crap out of them. It's the difference between 600 (normally, I don't know your situation but that's the amount that I saw on the chinese job board on daveseslcafe) and 1800 a month. And the difference between a developed highly educated country and well a half developed, mostly illiterate country. Why?

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  • ReverseRacism

    ReverseRacism

    March 11, 2015, 1:43 am

    > That's not exactly what is being argued here, afaict.

    You're absolutely right.

    Always, always, always, trust the word of a developer that is blindly clutching current trendy languages.

    Bleeding edge languages with their lambdas...wait Lisp had lambdas. Scratch that. Trendy languages with their white space sensitivity...wait fcking COBOL had that! Current languages with their dynamic typing and late binding...wait, that's exactly new either is it? it's almost like there has been no *real* movement in languages in decades. That can't be right. Strange.

    Maybe the OP should just pick a language and run with it, or consider actually taking the advice of somebody who has been successful even while not being aware of the language-du-jour. Although, on second thought he *did* recommend VB.

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  • schmeeshmaa

    schmeeshmaa

    March 10, 2015, 11:56 pm

    Hi. Im a masters student in acoustics. Passion for architectural acoustics. When you say you hear the room it could be a number of things... not enough absorption means lots of energy keeps bouncing around the room and you get a long reverberation time. This makes things sound muddy. Reverberation time is typically the most surface/obvious contribution from the room. Aside from that, the shape of the room also 'colors' the recording, emphasizing and diminishing the strength of certain frequencies. This is especially true in small rooms. If the dimensions of the room (LxWxH) are integer multiples this effect becomes more pronounced. Reflections off smooth walls are mostly specular, meaning they act like rays of light. This means echos (even if they are too close in time to be perceived as echos) will arrive at regular intervals. This is another way of thinking about how the room colors the sound. The effect is called a flutter echo and can be heard when an impulse trails off it it is especially bad (clap your hands). Egg cartons wills scatter the energy in many directions so that the reflections are not specular. BUT that is only true for frequencies with wavelengths on the order of the corrugations of the cartons, so it's sort of silly. Although they will abosrb some high frequencies. You need some BIGGER feature in the room to break up lower frequencies. Bookshelves are a classic solution. Throw a couch in there if the reverb time is too long. Or carpet. Post a recording, room dimensions would also be sweet. If bass is a problem (couch and carpet wont help too much) build a bass trap and stick it in a corner!

    All else fails people have written code to perform adaptive filtering (deconvolution, echo cancellation, de-reverberation ...basically the same thing). This stuff calculates the changing room impulse response of your room (it varies as source & receiver positions do) and eliminates it's effects.

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  • fdisc0

    fdisc0

    March 10, 2015, 9:51 pm

    well, they have only recently been allowing for the 128 max game scenarios to be played, but for a few days they only allowed domination as an option which is 256 players, 4 platoon leaders, etc. and i'm telling you, for those few days, i had less fun. I think it may be something people have to build up too. When you start playing MAG for the first time, you'll be confused and lost as all hell, It'll be like war. It takes time, aprox. 3 weeks for me, before i learned i could run up to a position and hold it, and pretty much waste nearly 300 bullets without dying holding a position, run back refill and continue. It takes awhile to get out of the call of duty phase where you want to run around and keep moving the whole time.

    why i'm stating that is to make my point that i think most people in this beta are fairly new and i do consider myself a quick learner. With that said, a group of 6 who know exactly what the fuck they are doing, with mics, could potential fucking own a group of 32 or more in MAG, especially if they aren't worried about kills or just sniping.

    this should further illustrate that being put on a team with 100 newbs and 27 experience players with mics, can be very very very frustrating for you all. as the other team might have 64 experiences players and 56 people who aren't worried about objectives/or newbs. guess who wins.

    Mag also makes it very easy for clans to join the same group and even though i am in a beta, i have played games with nearly 30 members all in the same clan, all with mics on my team and guess who won?

    in conclusion, i'd like to emphasize it takes about 3 weeks to break out of the traditional run n gun, must get kills and own, before you are repairing, setting up mortars and in general wanting to work as a team. that's a glorious thing.

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  • cwonder

    cwonder

    March 10, 2015, 4:19 pm

    I work as a delivery driver, but I once saw this happen to one of the best servers at the pizza restaurant where I work:

    A man and two women, seemed to be in their 40's or 50's come in, and attempt to order drinks. Our lemonade is handmade (lemons juiced, syrup made by hand) and thus we don't offer refills, but this gentleman decides that he's too good for that and tries to order two anyway while expecting to only get one. The waitress says "sorry, sir. I'll have to charge you for two, we don't offer free refills." And he tries to complain that his, "doctor says he can't have carbonated drinks." So she says "well, you can have water if you'd like." Of course he gets in a huff and acts like she just kicked his wife or something. They end up tipping her somewhere around $2-3 on >$40 worth of food, but end up leaving about half of their pizza. We throw this out after about 10 minutes, ample time for them to realize and come back, because we're not a half-eaten food storage service.

    Fast forward to FIVE DAYS LATER: The same people come in and start raising hell because they left their food and we didn't keep it. They harass a bartender and then the manager about how they expect to get their food that they paid for... these assholes are asking for free food FIVE DAYS after they left. The manager had to stifle her laughter. The man then goes to the bathroom while the two women leave. We check about ten minutes later, and someone had DESTROYED the toiliet. Shit EVERYWHERE... It put everyone in a bad mood and made me lose faith in mankind a little bit. Asshole can't pay an extra $2.50 for some damned lemonade...

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  • Anonymoose333

    Anonymoose333

    March 11, 2015, 5:07 am

    FWIW, my experience has also been that splint requires way too much handholding to be useful (unless your time is *ridiculously* cheap).

    If you have a very large codebase (i.e., one that's bound to contain one or two really stupid typos), grep can actually be pretty useful.

    grep 'alloc(strlen([^()]*)[),]'

    grep 'sprintf("'

    grep 'memset([^,()]*,[^,()]*,[ ]*0x00)'

    grep 'printf([^"]' /* to find possible format-string exploits */

    But of course grep can't even catch most classes of localized errors, much less do static analysis for you.

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  • trnelson

    trnelson

    March 11, 2015, 6:43 am

    If you'll be torrenting from the library, it's possible they may block torrents (though unlikely). If so, you always have the option of setting up an SSH server at home using something like FreeSSHD, and then carrying PuTTY Portable around on your portable drive. This would allow you to create an encrypted SOCKS5 Tunnel directly from the library PC to your home PC. This basically encrypts the data so the library's network can't read the traffic. This would also enable you to visit sites that the library might block, if there was a need.

    TL;DR - A home SSH Server and PuTTY Portable will help you bypass library restrictions for downloading/surfing.

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  • fdat

    fdat

    March 10, 2015, 8:43 am

    You are why reddit shouldn't have many sports stories. Do you have any clue how many things had to go right for that prediction? The batter was in the game for a second at bat, the pitcher still pitching, the frikkin 3-1 count?! wtf, the fact that it was a homerun vs a long fly ball, the left-center call. Not to mention the prediction of a home run - even a star player only hits it out one in five games. Cite a more accurate prediction against more variables in any sport ever. Please we would love to see it.

    PS: Sabermetrics has nothing to do with this.

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