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  • mrinterweb

    mrinterweb

    March 10, 2015, 9:01 am

    indorock, you are correct. I also have a new MacBook Pro with the LED backlight display. My display is glossy and absolutely impossible to use in any kind of natural light. I bought an anti-glare film for the screen and it basically converted my screen to a matte finish. I could not be happier. Now I can actually use my laptop in average light. The glossy looks better in very controlled lighting environments, and they suck in brighter environments. The only reason most laptops are selling glossy displays is that they look better next to a matte screen in a show room. If you plan on using your laptop in places that are not showrooms and caves then you might want to get a matte display.

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  • gorenaultf1

    gorenaultf1

    March 10, 2015, 10:51 pm

    I never bought into the inefficiency argument. The USPS runs just about runs even money like it's supposed to--according to gov't numbers. While people like to point out some failed multi-billion dollar defense project, don't realize that technology that was developed for the project will be used in other projects. The F-22 may be a flop as a jet, but it did bring a lot of advances to military avionics.

    But bring the argument back to the private sector. How is some gov't department inefficiency any worse than the insane bonus packages for top execs? I'm a share holder and my portfolio is going into the shitter, while the people that run the companies I invest in have seven and eight figure bonuses while reporting record losses? I don't consider that very efficient. Efficiency of a company is their stock price and earnings per share.

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  • SeekingEnlightenment

    SeekingEnlightenment

    March 10, 2015, 12:41 pm

    In the beginning, I wondered why Dawkins was so bitter in his debates with religious people. He seemed so arrogant and yet so unbelievably articulate it made me question him and label him a fundamentalist in his own right.

    However, now I see why he is the way he is. Year after year, time after time, he is arguing the same premise. This takes a toll on anyone. Unfortunately, he is one of the few we have, and his message gets misinterpreted almost all the time.

    Each time I see him, he genuinely tries to engage his debaters with a smile on his face. I hope his work lives on and his message does as well.

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  • romwell

    romwell

    March 10, 2015, 11:41 am

    >Thank you. That is an excellent answer.

    Thanks for the question and understanding =)

    >Why is it wrong for those without that same fear to oppose what the single-payer system?

    Well, one way to think of it is that everything that does not benefit (or may even harm) me is wrong.

    Another is that it's wrong for the same reason that opposing public education is wrong: most of the people opposing it might benefit from it being present, and successfully opposing it might harm them *and* people around them. It is also wrong because the people who want public option are not able to have it just among themselves: public healthcare is not a club with voluntary enrollment.

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  • Eledhwen

    Eledhwen

    March 10, 2015, 6:23 pm

    It just kind of makes me feel awkward when people thank me using my name. Sometimes it's even kind of creepy. There's this very crazy asian woman that I wait on all the time. (She once came in and started singing about Jesus to all of my customers waiting in line before pulling a little boy off to the side and singing the Michigan fight song to him.)

    She always comments on how pretty my name is, "Oh! Amanda! Your name is so pretty! I wish I had such a pretty name! Do you like the song Mandy by Barry Manilow? It's such a wonderful song! I listen to it all the time!" and then she proceeds to sing it at me while I'm trying to find an excuse to leave.

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  • brunt2

    brunt2

    March 10, 2015, 2:32 pm

    there can be no trouble if the material is submitted but removed quickly as action has been taken to remove it.

    if i post something to youtube, it won't take the site down if it is removed. you are scare-mongering for reasons which you have not disclosed

    > Adult men fantasizing about kids young enough to be their own?

    By this logic, Demi Moore should go to prison. Fucking idiot. People of different ages entirely can connect with one another and share intimacy. That you pretend otherwise is a fascist concept.

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  • PublicStranger

    PublicStranger

    March 10, 2015, 5:47 pm

    I told my last (circumcised) boyfriend that I would never allow the circumcision of any son of mine until he was old enough to choose to get a tattoo (or other permanent, unnecessary body modification). My boyfriend at the time was appalled and said any son of his would be circumcised after birth, because it was "disgusting" not to. When he asked me to marry him, I turned him down, needless to say; he turned out way too controlling and emotionally manipulative, and it was pretty clear that kind of behavior would extend to any children he had in light of his seeming sense of ownership over his hypothetical son's body.

    My current (also circumcised) boyfriend agrees with me, though. There is hope for a cultural shift on this matter!

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  • Sumguy42

    Sumguy42

    March 11, 2015, 8:33 am

    Well, first off, if it is booze it will have more in it than alcohol. The additives can affect the taste. That is why isopropyl (sp?) 99% is good to use (or methyl hydrate) I always used heat to get rid of it faster. But if you are patient (as it seems you are) you could let it evap normally. And ya, when it starts to get thick you can smoke it in a bong (ash from a cigarette works good to smoke it on) or you can spread it on a paper (may need to heat it if too thick) a flat metal pin (bobby pin) works well. I even used the dipstick from my car once after wiping it off real well. Use tobacco in the paper and roll like a weed joint. I have even heard of people eating it but the buzz is more of a body stone.

    If it is booze you could just drink it. Much easier.

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  • 4609287645

    4609287645

    March 11, 2015, 8:31 am

    I use flashcards.

    Put the word on one side, and the definition on the other. Study both ways. Force yourself to write it down so that you commit to an answer before flipping it over. When you get one wrong, put it in the "wrong" pile. Keep going through this pile until you're done. Then, take a break, and do the whole stack again in a random order later.

    I warn you that the memory will probably fade within a week without more rehearsal. I've used this method to learn how to write Chinese characters, and while it worked great for the test, I'm down to like 25% recall now, maybe even lower.

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  • joksmaster

    joksmaster

    March 10, 2015, 4:53 pm

    >architecture is defined in terms of responsibilities, dependencies and >interfaces. This is pretty language agnostic.

    I believe we were talking about programming, and not modelling. A good model is indeed unrelated to any particular language, however, the actual architecture of your program will depend on it. But otherwise, I agree with you, it should be this way, I actually work on a component-based approach, which is theoretically valid for any paradigm, but in practice, it's not so true ...

    > C gives you the tools to define clean interfaces and good design.

    Now you're kidding. I love C for one reason: it doesn't constraint me in any way, it's not clean, it's not typed, I manage the memory the way I want. C doesn't give you any tool to define clean interfaces and good design, because C doesn't give you anything, but of course, it's possible to write clean interfaces and good designs with it. It's actually possible to write clean interfaces and good designs with assembly language.

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  • amdela

    amdela

    March 10, 2015, 9:16 am

    Just for the experience. Maybe next time I'll go to Korea, but this time, China is where I found myself. I was really curious to see how it would feel to go from a really free country like Canada to a really strict country like China. I was here before, but the area that I was in didn't qualify as the "real" China.

    But quite simply, I've never seen cops attack people. Most of the cops I see are chatting on the side of the road. I've never talked to a cop, never been hassled by one. And from most of the people I talk to here, they believe that if people have trouble with the police, then they're done something wrong. I'm certainly not saying the cops here aren't over the top, just that it's never had any sort of effect on me.

    And yes, of course, China isn't an ideal society, but, as stupid as it sounds, it makes me feel good to know I'm helping people who really need it. I tutor some poor kids for free, I've done some work for orphanages in the past. All of the people I have met here are really committed to the idea of helping their country develop, and their countrymen live better lives. They have a really incredible spirit, a real desire to change China, and feel deeply it is their duty to make China a better place.

    And yeah, China is censored. The only difference I see between China and ALL other countries in the world is that China admits it.

    My mandarin sucks, but I think it's a fascinating language with a lot of history behind it.

    Basically, my choice in coming here was based on the principle of "why not?". And I get paid a lot more than 600 a month. That's how much suckers and first timers are willing to accept, but anyone who does a bit of research knows they can earn twice that easily.

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  • local907

    local907

    March 10, 2015, 12:29 pm

    Not an older redditor, but i did (do) live in Alaska when growing was legal. It still is. Having lived here for over 25 years, I can happily report that I don't know a single person that has ever been arrested and/or tried for small amounts of marijuana (that aren't packaged with 'intent'). I know plenty of people that have been brought down for larger grows or quantities of weed, and even people that have been charged with trafficking for simply having a few grams individually bagged, but nobody for possession or paraphernalia.

    As Howard noted, it boils down to Ravin vs. AK. Google the case for more details. It essentially boils down to a court determination that the Alaska Constitution provides additional liberties which are not granted in the US constitution. One of those liberties is to indulge in activities within one's home that are not accepted within the community, but are recognized as not having effects beyond the confines of one's home. This same reasoning was also the basis for a short-lived endeavour to make cocaine legal here (in small quantities, and only within the home, again). I believe the original court decision made reference to the fact that Alaskans, and those becoming Alaskans, specifically seek increased independence from the government and value their personal rights more than those in the lower-48.

    There have been countless reversals and obfuscations of the laws regarding marijuana legality over the years. As near as I can tell now, it is still legal to have up to 1 oz in the home and up to 25 plants. A little odd, as even one plant would have substantially more cured product than an ounce, but it does allow for growers to keep more clones in-house than some other states. Additionally, police must have proof that more than an ounce is in your residence to acquire a search warrant(or 4 ounces, depending on who you talk to and what year it is).

    And...to answer your question: no big deal. No detriment to society that I can discern. The only problems that I have found with weed are those that arise from its illegality.

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  • MontyAtWork

    MontyAtWork

    March 11, 2015, 8:57 am

    I also just remembered that years ago, my dad one day went to Sams Club or the similar version in the early 90s and bought a pack of "150 games!" in a giant carton for like $40.

    Out of that box, I dont remember most of the games, but I believe Loom was one of them, as well as Dragonslair or something. This game was confusing and my brother and I tried for days to get past the first seconds of the game where you have to dive under a door. It had no control options setting, so you didnt know what the buttons were, there was no HUD and no onscreen queues. Looking back I'll bet that game (or that portion) was all Quick-time events.

    Another one I remember was called ShadowLands or something similar, and the booklet said "epic heroic adventure all over a strange and awesome land. battle dragons, save lives!". anyway the actual game was all text and pictures. It was a picture background with a title in bold letters like "NORTH LAND" and then text about the area and things. No area to enter text or anything that I remember I think you just had to press the arrow keys to "move" which meant another wall of text, and possibly a different background. This was probably a horrendously underbudgeted offspring of MUD's trying to catch onto the current era.

    I believe in this pack also included horrendous amounts of annoying and terribly made screen savers and desktop backgrounds.

    I believe the only other gem out of this was Cyberia. Good game, once you got past the wonky control scheme. My family never did get past the part where you finally fuse with the virus and fly your ship around killing shit. Dont remember what was up with the controls for that part, but I remember it was bad.

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  • iammillion

    iammillion

    March 10, 2015, 6:00 am

    She knows that I make "good money" and that I watch my budget and investments closely. But no, she doesn't know exact numbers (in fact, I doubt she would even be able to guess "ball park numbers").

    I doubt it would make much of a difference. Well, she might want me to work less

    We've talked about marriage. I have made it clear I would like to have separate assets and a prenup. She has no problems with that.

    Well, in terms of bills; they are all pretty low. I'm covering most fixed cost bills. I was living in this house before I met her. My gas, water, electric, bills, etc hasn't really changed. It costs me no extra, so I pay them. To heat the house to 65 degrees costs no more if 1 person or 10 people are living there. I would have to pay that stuff anyways, right?

    For her "fun budget", she has money. I got her in the habit of saving when she had a job; so she is living off that.

    We have a budget for food. I've been paying that since she hasn't been working.

    The other things we talk about it.

    It's tricky, I've thought about it a lot. I don't mind paying for things, but also don't want to "spoil" her. It's a hard balance. She does a lot around the house; so she is contributing to the household, just not in a direct monetary way (it does free my time up though, so I can be writing or programming instead of doing dishes).

    She is fairly happy with this arrangement, I don't mind it either. It seems to work for us both fairly well. We're both playing it by ear though, she is still looking for a job.

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  • imanalien

    imanalien

    March 10, 2015, 7:06 pm

    I do have a really close friend in Vancouver, but I'm just not sure she's my type. I don't think I'd marry just for the sake of immigration, I would definitely want it to be something meaningful.

    It's amazing that there are literally no options for people like me. I came to the US without a choice and have been a dependent for most of my life, yet I have to live without any rights or the ability to work. I've never committed a crime - I haven't even gotten a speeding ticket, and I really do want to work and contribute to society.

    If nothing comes up (which I doubt it will, unless Obama's immigration policy is miraculously approved), I plan on going back to the motherland in early January and then working my ass off to find work or a grad program that will accept me in Canada.

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  • sucka

    sucka

    March 10, 2015, 10:51 pm

    Seven years ago I had a girlfriend whose parents kept two cockatiels. One day the female flew away, and my girlfriend's parents put up signs around town asking if anyone had seen her. Two weeks later they were contacted by a woman who'd found a cockatiel. They went to see it and were sure it wasn't their missing cockatiel, but they took it anyway so they could find a good home for it.

    When they got it home, it didn't get along well with their other cockatiel, so they sent it to live with me until they could find a good home for it.

    A few weeks later my girlfriend became completely convinced the bird that was living with me was the missing bird. The family took it back in, it eventually got along with their other bird, and to this day it's still living with them, under the name of the missing bird.

    Now, whether or not it was actually the missing bird, I don't know. But they believe it is, and that's really the most important thing.

    I guess what I'm trying to say is this: this is a true story, but for completely different reasons, your picture is not funny.

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  • sn0re

    sn0re

    March 10, 2015, 3:56 pm

    When you "buy" a copy of most software, what you are actually buying is a license that specifies what you can do with the software. If you don't have a license, there's not much you can do with the software without violating copyright law. Even if you paid for a license, you can only do what the license lets you do. For example, if the license only grants you to the right to run the software on weekdays, then running it on Saturday would be a violation of copyright law.

    "Copyright law", by the way, refers to a related set of laws that pertain to more than just the right to make copies. If you infringe any of those rights, that's typically called "copyright infringement" even if the action didn't directly involve making copies.

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  • mememixer

    mememixer

    March 11, 2015, 3:34 am

    Please, please, please everybody - look through the facade! Republican, Democrat, Independent, Martian - it doesn't fucking matter.

    If you speak out against corporate greed and the gigantic rip-off that's going on the US you will be reviled by the corporate media and their pundits, because those pundits are pathetic weasels who get their paychecks from the same corporate class.

    That's the true differentiator of whether there's a mainstream media outcry or not. It's a huge charade, and the only ones publicly looking through it and stating it freely are comedians, and we all laugh when in fact we should cry out in anger and riot in the streets against this bullshit.

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  • theloudestshoutout

    theloudestshoutout

    March 10, 2015, 9:41 am

    My earliest clear memory is of my dad changing my diaper while singing Daisy Bell to me. I'm guessing I was just shy of 2 years old, as I was potty trained soon after, and I was asking him to sing it again. I know this is not a false memory because I remember where the changing table was in the room (back corner, by the window, facing the door).

    I also have a really brief flash of a memory from when I was 5 months old and getting my picture taken with my parents in front of the neighbor's house. I remember being startled by the camera. I have this photo in an album, and the memory predates my discovery of it.

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  • friedwookie

    friedwookie

    March 11, 2015, 3:45 am

    I didn't say blithering idiot and I didn't say everything he said is automatically invalid. I said I expect Alan Grayson is somewhat brighter and less silly.

    But seeing as you're chasing my view of Ron Paul, it is that he is a typical doctor. I work at a Medical School, and it is almost fundamental to the profession that doctors believe that if they're medical experts, they're experts in practically every field. I thought Jon Stewart was very kind to him, and politely restrained, when Ron Paul waffled on about his Economic theory last night on the Daily Show. I think Jon had no interest in making a well-intended but ultimately silly old man look as ridiculous as he plainly is.

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  • Mesca

    Mesca

    March 11, 2015, 2:58 am

    I know what yer saying.

    We are conditioned to look for "a good deal" but a while ago I decided it doesn't make sense to try to "get a deal" on nutrition, fuel for my body. I stopped thinking so much about "The deal" and instead focused on what's really good to put in my body. That's the most important thing. I'll save money on other stuff, but not on the quality of the food I eat. I should eat less, not spend less.

    I also have this approach that the more processed the food is, the less healthy it is for me. Raw food is better than cooked. cucumbers are better than pickles. Potatoes are better than potato chips. Steak is better than ground meat. Whole grain bread is better than white bread. Regular plain oatmeal is better than those single-serving envelopes of oatmeal mixed with sugar.

    There is a bunch of stuff that is just garbage. Breakfast cereal is mostly sugar. Refined sugar - well you know about that. mac-n-cheese - no good. Pasta is too much carbs, unless you are a runner you don't need it. Ramen - crap, no nutrition. No poptarts, no cupcakes, stuff like that. avoid pre-packaged stuff like hamburger helper or rice-a-roni, anything instant. Pocket Pizzas or burritos or anything you pull out of a box and bake in the oven - it's all overprocessed junk. and there is nothing good in a coca-cola.

    for protein I use tuna, eggs, yogurt, and peanut butter. eggs are a good deal, good protein, $3 for a dozen organic eggs. take out the yolks if you want to cut the cholesterol. Important to have protein in the morning. peanut butter is good but high in calories. If you can cook you can use Sesame butter in oriental recipes - also good protein. Avoid hotdogs, sausages, other processed meat. Americans generally eat too much protein anyway.

    If you like smoothies you can put bananas, skim milk, and whey protein in a blender - good breakfast shake. So much better than a McDonalds egg muffin thing.

    I'm no athlete but I read articles on what athletes eat - runners, cyclists, that kind of athlete - and figure they are probably doing it right. So I try to do what they do. heavy on the vegetables, easy on the prepackaged stuff. and drink a lot of water.

    coffee or tea for a mid-day drink - no sugar. drink it on ice if you like it that way. no soda.

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