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  • Callahan121


    March 10, 2015, 9:39 am

    It's a shameless cliche but it's so true.

    It's the worst when you pride yourself on things that set you apart from a vast majority of people that you know, and then you find a person who you can actually love, and even learn to love their faults and shortcomings because other facet of their being is just so incredibly amazing. I think that's what 'true love' is. I didn't know what it was before her. To be honest, I wasn't even sure 'true love' existed until I had some time to cultivate my friendship with this truly special one.

    And I think that I have this form of 'true love' for a girl that is not the girl I am currently in a relationship with. I'm not ugly, but I'm admittedly not a great looking guy, and she (the other) is absolutely gorgeous. Being college kids (read: sex-driven and obsessive over physical apperance) who go to different schools, taking any sort of 'next step' in a relationship is just not in the cards, nor will it be any time soon.

    So this rant was not so much a reply to pinkyabuse's post... But who ever said there were rules? This is a pretty big topic for me these days, and I felt like writing about it.

    Thanks for listening, Reddit.



  • Masterdan


    March 10, 2015, 2:02 pm

    Civility request noted, I think there are lots of factors at play there. Truly the lack of expectation that over leveraged banks could cause this much damage is saddening, however the fact that Peter Schiff said the obvious: That easy credit, low interest rates and lax regulation will cause problems, does not mean that he is right about a libertarian system being functional at all.

    So lets have a scenario, a man watches a group of people step into a casino, telling them before they go that they will lose a bunch of money, the drunk and excited patrons ignore the warning. When they lose a bunch of savings they leave and here is the man who gave them the warning, now maybe they will listen because he was right. So the man tells them that the best way to make money is to plant it underground and sprout some magical money-tree.

    The idiots who were too risky and lost money were fools for not being conservative, yet the idiot who prescribes something even more stupid, in lue of being right about the first people being stupid, is still stupid.


  • bigbangbuddha


    March 10, 2015, 9:34 pm

    So you wish to live your life in fear and delusion because you can't understand what happens when you die? That is death. To assume human existence in some sort of permanent or "spiritual" form is the biggest failure. What makes you so more special than a rodent or bird? The existence of the insects are more critical to life on this planet than a human. The problem with religion is it uses fear to sell more fear. Typically people go in with a few small doubts in their purpose and end up with a whole bag of questions that keep them there. In that way its just like a drug.

    If you are so concerned with death, think about this for a moment. What makes you think you are even self aware (aka alive?). Physically there is no real difference between you and a dead man. The reality is that life is the mechanical exchange of energy and state that flows through you, it is not from you. The energy that makes you walk, talk, think and feel was not of your creation. Its from outside of you. So the reality is that 'your' life started long before you every squeezed out of your mothers womb. Life is, was, and always will be.

    What I suggest is that instead of concerning yourself with what will be or could be, focus on today. Enjoy each day you have and don't pay attention to superstitious fears or anyone trying to sell you spiritual snake oil. Once you do that, and you let go of all that baggage, you'll see how amazing and beautiful nature really is and you won't need an invisible all powerful being to care for you anymore.


  • tmw1488


    March 10, 2015, 3:55 pm

    I'm not sure if these are entirely '90s but Violent Femmes and Butthole Surfers! Also, pretty much every band named in this thread. I love all the old '90s rock, '90s R&B, '90s rap, '90s dance, I love it. It's what I grew up listening to.

    I like a lot of '80s stuff too because that's what my mom listened to, and she also got me into metal and industrial and stuff. My dad was more into classic rock and grunge, so at his house we listened to a lot of Nirvana, Foo Fighters, Alice in Chains, Toadies, Smashing Pumpkins, etc. I also have an unbreakable connection between several of those bands and N64 games like Mario Kart and Yoshi's Story.


  • upsideup


    March 10, 2015, 6:17 am

    The best arguments out there mostly revolve around the inefficiency of government programs compared to private ones. The obvious answer to this, in this case inefficiency involves saving more people's lives. However, there are some real cases where the government might provide care that is unnecessary because of the nature of democracy. Additionally, it truly frightens many people somewhat rightfully so because government controlling healthcare could lead to some serious tyranny. I wouldn't want guys like Rod Blagbastard determining my healthcare decisions.

    Its a simple debate, is it a good idea for private institutions to be replaced by government ones. Its not surprise why those who are fearful of mega corporations are on one side and those who are fearful of political ineptitude are on the other. There is a decent argument that at least republicans know government sucks at what they do, because lets face it, it does. The crux of the matter is whether or not corporations are any better, and enter the debate.


  • PlausibleDenial


    March 10, 2015, 9:40 am

    After everything I've read and researched this is what I believe is the true cause of cancers. Virus' are truly living organisms that are a life apart from humans but just like humans they can adapt and regenerate into other virus'. The HIV virus is the newest and most potent. It has evolve through other virus' and is the precursor of the newer types of virus' that are emerging. It can easily change and fortify itself against any anti-viral treatment. While we have made great strides to control it or bring it to near simply takes what been given and modifies it to a point that it becomes a shield to like drugs.

    Virus' are the most dangerous enities out there and while we may impede them they will adapt and grow stronger by learning from the past. Virus' are truly differnt life forms....intelligent, adaptable and overcoming. They will be here after we're gone...waiting in reservoirs to begin again the overtaking of other living organisms. We will never conquer them...only slow them down. But, they are getting stronger, better and what's more important....smarter.


  • adremeaux


    March 11, 2015, 8:30 am

    Not a chance. Utterly repetitive, with incredibly lazy level, enemy, item, and upgrade design. The game is unfinished. There are basically two enemies in the game — thugs and those big running guys — and only a single legitimate boss (Ivy). Every other "boss" is just an assortment of the two enemies... even the *final* boss! Most every item in the game is just another variety of "aim here and shoot" and act as little more than glorified keys.

    I mean seriously, you get an item that blows up walls, an item that blows up walls from a distance, an item that removes grates from a distance, an item that lets you cross a gap... what the hell is even the point? I'm not often one to defend Zelda's item design as I'm not too crazy about those either, but at least they provide some interesting variety. The most interesting Batman item is shoot and then mash the A button.

    It's got great presentation and great atmosphere, and the Scarecrow sequences were second to none, but the game was seriously lacking in meaningful content and is really nothing more than an average adventure game.


  • cgg


    March 10, 2015, 5:59 pm

    This little guy's still really little -- solids are going to be a challenge. You can also try soaking some kitten kibble in a lot of warm water (let it sit 15 min before giving it to him), to make a very wet mush.

    Also, try putting drops of water on the top of his paws. Hopefully, he'll try to clean himself, and get the water that way. This works in older kittens/cats (also works trying to get then to eat gel-type meds) -- but 4 weeks is a little young, although it doesn't hurt to try.

    If it doesn't work, the syringe will work, you just have to be persistent. It's easier than getting an IV at the vet. Make sure the kitten has all 4 feet on the ground (otherwise, you risk drowning him, by forcing water into his lungs). Tilt his head up only as much as you need to, and use the smallest syringe (1 ml) and squirt a little at a time into his jowls towards the back of his mouth.

    Have you tried tuna? I've also pureed it with quite a bit of water; my kittens loved it. Slightly warm water is better.


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