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  • cgoof6

    cgoof6

    March 10, 2015, 2:41 pm

    i mean, i'm not disputing that the way you are born is normal. my point is that i would much rather be *perceived* as normal with regards to my penis, and the current societal norms dictate that a circumcised penis is normal. is this wrong? maybe, but that's the way it is. as such, a girl is much more likely to recoil or do a double-take at seeing an uncut penis just because she has never seen one before. this doesn't make her a whore, superficial or an idiot, it just means that she is taken aback by something new. if you saw a martian and thought "what the fuck?" this wouldn't make you a superficial, idiotic whore, but it could still hurt mr. martian's feelings and do him a great deal of psychological damage. i don't remember any pain from the operation, and i rather enjoy sex even with my mutilated member, so i hardly think that it could be considered the most painful non-lethal thing that i could have ever gone through.

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  • tboneplayer

    tboneplayer

    March 11, 2015, 7:18 am

    The video makes it quite clear that we are monkeys in the Old World sense (New World monkeys are a different offshoot of primate altogether), since monkeys as such are a paraphyletic group and the common ancestor of Old World monkeys and humans would certainly have to be classed as a monkey. There are no traits shared by all monkeys but not by apes, just as there are no traits shared by all apes except humans; therefore, properly speaking, all apes are monkeys, and all humans are (Old World) monkeys too (just as all humans are also apes). There is no scientific basis for saying otherwise when you look at the phylogeny.

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  • masked_interrupt

    masked_interrupt

    March 11, 2015, 8:22 am

    Re-read this bit, which you apparently missed:

    > The Community Promise only extends to claims in Microsoft patents that are *necessary* to implement the covered specifications. Judging just by the size of its patent portfolio, it's likely that Microsoft holds patents which a complete standard implementation probably infringes even if it's not strictly necessary—maybe the patent covers a straightforward speed optimization, or some common way of performing some task. The Community Promise doesn't say anything about these patents, and so Microsoft can still use them to threaten standard implementations.

    *Emphasis* in original.

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  • dove4med

    dove4med

    March 11, 2015, 6:49 am

    Had you been in line for a citation, he would have issued a ticket or warning after obtaining your ids. As it is, I wouldn't risk this kind of behavior again, particularly if you have a record in jeopardy. Stay away from MIP situations and also from situations of possible indecent exposure.

    Generally, this just means that you've been noted as a bit of a "trouble maker about campus." It's a nerve wracking experience, I know, and I'm sorry you've had to deal with it. In all likely hood, he was trying to get you guys to stop what you were doing before someone else would decide to actually ticket you.

    Should anything come in the mail, I'd strongly recommend fighting it. He didn't cite you when he talked to you, and didn't tell you that you'd committed a particular crime. There's also no proof of you peeing in the bushes, and seeing as he didn't breathalize you, nothing to prove you were drunk.

    But again, don't worry. The first scenario is the most likely.

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  • Sickly404

    Sickly404

    March 10, 2015, 3:53 pm

    The reason why you're scared that you're running out of time is because you are the oldest now that you have ever been.

    Take it from someone else who is 5 years your senior: 20 and up is where relationships begin. Anything done beforehand, from my experience, was just curiosity. You are now developing into your own person and, more importantly, you will develop the confidence to express it.

    I know 5 years isn't much, but I know that a lot has changed for me and everyone around me during that time. People experience a lot of new things, go to a lot of new places, and meet a hell of a lot of new people that time. Please just enjoy your life, you will find someone.

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  • toswww

    toswww

    March 10, 2015, 6:04 pm

    So technically, you are both wrong.

    Microsoft might have some patents filed or granted that are required for an implementation of a C# compiler, or that a C# compiler might infringe.

    But that point is moot, since any patents covering C# are granted under the community promise. So effectively the original poster can sleep peacefully at night since his C# compiler implementation provided by a third party, even if it infringed on a Microsoft patent, Microsoft would not take them to court over them.

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  • cvissa

    cvissa

    March 10, 2015, 5:38 pm

    Hi!...I have joined this new...How come no one has asked a couple of questions...chief amont which is how could a theme be voted...does that not seem to broad and general...like 'work towards socially conscious tax policies'

    And no one here seems to be looking at banking at all...I know that education is more important...but imagine countries in the world where there is less than 40% coverage..and less than 2% of people participate in the stock markets, and yet that is taken as a big indicator for the economic well being..

    I request that you look at banking...as the theme...!

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  • deltnurgsid

    deltnurgsid

    March 10, 2015, 5:28 pm

    I know what you mean, that most developers are ignorant of any development process. Most developers I've worked with are ignorant of much worse. I audited a class not so long ago where the professor still advocated the waterfall model! I laughed then, but I'd take it now.

    I've read a handful of books on newer processes, and I'd be happy to try any.

    I'm just not the guy who's going to bridge the gap and convince old, stubborn managers and slick business types that developer sanity makes business sense.

    After all, I didn't fall in love with software development for all the social interaction it provides =)

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  • iammillion

    iammillion

    March 10, 2015, 9:28 am

    Foot in the door in terms of what?

    Well, I don't know your exact books. But I'd probably suggest to start an emerency fund. Just sock away a bunch of money in savings/CDs in case you break your leg or lose your job, etc. Also make sure you get insurance from your employee (health, dental, eye, script, etc. All that good stuff).

    After that setup an HSA, 401K and IRA account.

    Check out "Random Walk Down Wall Street". Start investing and savings every month. See what your employee offers, do they match your 401K? Also max your HSA every year.

    Also the book : "Personal Finance: An Integrated Approach" is very solid. Study that or take a college course in personal finance. It sounds like you have the math down, which is the hardest part :)

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  • fluffyplague

    fluffyplague

    March 10, 2015, 7:41 am

    Phonesex is NOT by any means easy money, but it can be good money. It depends on how much time you're willing to invest. I spend upwards of 10 hours a day working on web marketing, taking calls, and communicating (E-mail & IM) with clients, and I work 6 days a week. If you think it's going to be easy and the money will roll in...no. Don't quit your day job. This is all I do, but on the other hand I've been doing it for 18 years. I have a huge list of regulars and a carefully-designed & calculated web presence -- that takes years to build up, so you have to be either dedicated or insane. Being both helps.

    I have a client who is an attorney (and lifelong crossdresser) who has said that I make about as much in an hour as he does. However, remember that I have to be talking that entire hour to make that much, so it all evens out. I have slow days and busy days, and there's no way of predicting when it will be which. Of course, it only takes one whale to make a day or even week worthwhile!

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  • sillytoad

    sillytoad

    March 10, 2015, 4:57 pm

    My brother and I were playing Super Smash Bros. Melee, and he was destroying me. Every game he would mercilessly dispatch me while only taking very minimal damage from my character. Finally, I was sick of it, so when we switched back to the character selection screen, I said,

    "Fuck it, I'm going with Jigglypuff."

    I then proceed to hand his ass to him, Jigglypuff style, by first putting him to sleep then raping him with my fists of fury, then delivering a punishing smash-move to send him off the screen. He never played SSBM with me again.

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  • redditbannedmeagain

    redditbannedmeagain

    March 10, 2015, 11:39 am

    > Alright, I don't buy the 'condoms break' thing, because as far as I'm aware, they're 97% effective.

    So by your own admission 3 out of every 100 condoms fails during usage, perhaps with each breakage resulting in pregnancy (depending on how that statistic of yours is measured). Now I don't know how many condoms the average guy gets through, but 100 condoms can be gotten through in 2 years if you fuck every week.

    But no, that isn't my best rebuttal. The best one has already been posted, and I assumed you could read. Quite simply, women are the ones who ultimately decide whether or not a child is born, not men. In such a situation it is *their responsibility* to ensure that they have the financial means to care for the child, especially if they know the man doesn't want to be involved.

    Your point is fallacious as it relies on the world being one where pregnancy always results in childbirth. This is not the case in the 21st century. In the 21st century, men's responsibility to use protection comes from a duty not to put his partner in a bad situation (unwanted pregnancy). In the 21st century, women have the responsibility not to put men in a bad situation (child support).

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  • Deep-Thought

    Deep-Thought

    March 10, 2015, 6:56 am

    1. I have been refreshing my email, twitter, and reddit for the past 6 hrs.

    2. I love google, I use just about every one of their products. Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Maps, Reader, Picasa, Earth, Chrome(Dev Channel), Voice even the discontinued Notebook. And I always give feedback to Google so they can improve their products.

    3. I am in a long distance relationship (she is in the DR), and I think that GW could potentially improve the quality of out limited means of communication.

    4. I am signed up for the invite the day that Wave was announce, and have been following news about it regularly.

    5. I’m a little teapot, Short and stout. Here is my handle, Here is my spout.

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  • indgosky

    indgosky

    March 11, 2015, 1:05 am

    Sure, that would be nice if it worked that way, but reasonable proficiency only comes after experience, and it's hard to get experience without having your own equipment to become familiar with. A big part of proficiency is knowing the hardware you are using and developing muscle memory with it. Getting random rentals won't help you much with that.

    And then there's the question of "proficiency with what?" Given the various kind of revolvers, SA pistols, rifle actions, and shotgun actions ... every model is different, the skills to shoot each different, and the things to know countless. It'd be really hard to do.

    But "some kind" of safety course, like is often needed for a hunting license? Perhaps even hands on with a couple hundred rounds of live fire? Sure, that would be reasonable. But "proficiency" is a tricky thing to define.

    I truly and whole-heartedly believe that "education" (the lack thereof) is the biggest problem with gun safety today. Things were much better back in the days when kids grew up around guns, learned from their family elders, and often even had schoolroom classes and clubs to teach these things. It's all fallen apart a bit since these things were driven out of society and schools.

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  • robeph

    robeph

    March 10, 2015, 4:55 pm

    First of all, type 2 diabetes in this context is not a proper disease. Type 2 diabetes is a symptom of being fat. As a type 1 diabetic (18 years, since I was 11) I take offense at this miswording and terminology. Child[hood] diabetes is Type I, not type II. Type II diabetes (obesity related) is a disease symptomatic of obesity; type II diabetes can however be due to other causes, but in this case is not. The epidemic is of fat ass kids, you can easily fix this symptom by treating the cause, obesity. I cannot express how much this irritates me.

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  • MoMan82

    MoMan82

    March 11, 2015, 4:14 am

    Fast and dumb. While your initial escape chance may be higher with slow and smart (In initial stages when not many people know what's going on I don't fancy the chances with zombies sprinting after your ass), once you find some sort of defendable position the last thing you want are smart zombies testing and breaching weaknesses in your defense. I'm assuming intelligence level here would be at least equivelant to an octopus. With dumb the same tricks can be used to eliminate them, draw them away from your position, etc. Constantly staying one step ahead of smart ones that might actually track you if you're on the move or set traps for you is my idea of as bad as it gets.

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  • beautify

    beautify

    March 10, 2015, 7:52 am

    For those who are wondering what lies on the other side of this link.

    >3.3 Super Disguises

    >While it is not clear where Kal El goes when He is not busy saving the world; if our conjecture is sound, He could apply His power in creating a convincing disguise, and mingle with the human world unnoticed. For instance, by making the components of His face heavier He could cause His cheeks and forehead to sag; reducing the impression of His striking granite jaw line. He could increase or decrease the weight of His hair in places, making it lay at or stick up. He may even be able to shift emission spectra of the colour pigments in His irises, changing His eye colour. While these few changes might seem slight, human facial recognition is a subtle business, and can easily be fooled.

    it gets better so read for your self.

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  • dove4med

    dove4med

    March 10, 2015, 6:24 pm

    It sounds like he's embarrassed that his form of intimacy doesn't match your desires. It's kind of a let down to hear from someone that what you've been doing to connect to them is something that they seriously dislike.

    Power-trip=asserting dominance, by the way. That's not really an excuse, though. And honestly, what this ends up coming down to is that if you are seriously uncomfortable with that action, and he continues to do it to you, then it's an abusive situation because 1) he's holding you against your will and 2) he's not respecting you.

    He might be seeking attention physically as well. Try not reacting next time he does it and see if that seems to discourage him. It might be hard for him to take you seriously if you react every time that he holds you down.

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  • kowzler

    kowzler

    March 11, 2015, 2:36 am

    >The Silent Duck is the technique most often used, where the person engaging in hand insertion makes a beak-like shape with their hand resembling a duck. Double Fist/Side Prayer is a very advanced technique which only few are capable of achieving. The person engaging in hand insertion (the fister) places their hands palm to palm forming a position similar to one used when praying. Handler then turns theirs parallel to the floor, pointing fingers towards subject's vagina and/or anus.

    Good to know

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  • thedjin

    thedjin

    March 10, 2015, 8:38 pm

    Year is not irrelevant for me; I'd have to put around half of what I'd spend on a new car to swap the engine, tranny, suspension, interiors, exhaust, ecu, plus some other trinkets [I dunno, air filter, you know, things that will come out and add extra money] so yea, I'd rather have a newer car, not that I don't like mine but a new car is.. well a new car heh.

    I dunno where your area might be, but here in Mexico, Subaru "just" arrived a few years ago, so there are VEEERY few Subarus, and even fewer Imprezas. I want one because what I really like, is rally. I don't like FWD for a rally car, that's why my Civic is barely modified, except for a few things to make it stand out from a stock one.. besides the suspension is terrible for a rally car hehe, so nope, I'll get a Subaru later, or an Si and have some major mods in suspension, brakes, maybe a turbo but I was thinking a supercharger.. I don't know, as I said already, time will tell =P

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  • gtalmond

    gtalmond

    March 10, 2015, 5:47 pm

    The best thing you can do in order to do battle with your teacher is to cite other examples from movies where the protagonist dies, (No Country for Old Men, I am legend (depending on which ending), Donnie Darko, and many more)

    The other thing you should do is look at the original script. In American beauty, it originally started out as a court-esque drama where Lester's daughter and boyfriend are on trial for the murder of lester.

    The last thing is the rules were made so that people can get a good foundation of how filmmaking works, once you've learned them, forget them to better yourself.

    Film making is an expression, nothing is right or wrong.

    Who is your teacher, and what qualifies him to teach you about film?

    The teacher is probably saying this just to be argumentative. Don't let him rile you. Do the paper and move on.

    Now i've gone a bit south cause all i can do is give you 1 sentence thoughts that apply but have no cohesion.

    As a viewer, i definitely connected to Lester and the changes that occurred to him,

    Edit: I wrote a lot more, and then decided to delete it because it only caused more frustration on my part due to the inciting comment his teacher has made. There is plenty of evidence that supports his idea, however it is ridiculous to say that the protagonist has to survive every film. I don't care if your teacher is Michael Bay (Which would actually explain this teachers philosophy); this comment by the teacher was directly made to incite his students to want to write the paper rebuking what he said. it is absurd, and i am no longer willing to even dignify such methods with a more indepth response.

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  • jaysonbank

    jaysonbank

    March 11, 2015, 3:20 am

    Now compare and contrast with what Bush wrote

    > Dear Madam,

    > I have gotten an email by the folks at the Department of Defense that you are the mother of 5 brave Republicans who have died bravely in the brave and just war on terror. We have a saying in Tennessee: you can't break a few eggs without, no, you cant make an omelette without, no, their brains were blown out by Afghan insurgents but we made an omlette! I can't thank you enough for helping out in this war. Some say war is the last resort, an act that must never be used but for the direct, imminent, physical protection of our country. Me and the boys at Halliburton say thats just not true, war is a tool we can take out of the box at any time to show tyrants and freedom-haters that we can blow them to bits and take over their country for a few years to sell rebuilding contracts. Of course these people have a fixed mindset and once we leave they will go back to their old ways but hey, who am I to judge.

    > Yours, President George

    (Note Dept of War has become Dept of Defense even though its now used for war rather than defense)

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  • richardm82

    richardm82

    March 10, 2015, 1:01 pm

    I just got the surgery about 10 hours ago and the halos are pretty significant around any light, especially now that it is night. Everything still looks pretty cloudy as if I am in a thick fog.

    I don't have much light sensitivity, but that may come later as my eye begins to heal.

    The eye doctor recommended PRK because apparently my cornea is too thin for Lasik.

    Since it has only been about 10 hours since I've had my surgery there is still lingering pain. It feels like I have scratched my cornea, similar to having grains of sand in my eye.

    I am 27 and my eyes were pretty stable at -5.50 for about 7 years.

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  • flying_squid

    flying_squid

    March 11, 2015, 4:32 am

    > I'm told that when you get to be relatively sound and whole, it hurts a whole lot less when you're betrayed or lied to, because you know that you're ok, and that this other person has some issues to deal with.

    I get what you're saying and agree that this is generally good advice. However, is there a term in psychology for someone that assumes this line of logic to the extreme point where they never admit fault or responsibility for their actions, even when they really are being an asshole? And always lay the blame on someone else and their "issues"?

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  • bork99

    bork99

    March 10, 2015, 8:39 am

    Yes!

    I installed an OCZ Vertex 128 GB in my laptop 3-4 months ago and it is noticeably snappier. I would say that it's probably the most worthwhile performance upgrade you can buy (short of a new laptop).

    Application launching is faster, boot is faster, and general operation just feels smoother and quicker. Like most performance upgrades, it feels just a bit faster but not really that big a deal, *until* you go back to a regular drive - My *desktop* now feels sluggish by comparison.

    For bonus points, I threw out the optical drive and ordered a hard drive bracket to fit in its place, so I have an SSD boot drive and a big, regular hard drive for large files. Works brilliantly!

    Go for either the Intel X-25 or a device based on the Indilinx controllers (OCZ Vertex, SuperTalent equivalent). The J-Micron chipset devices were plagued with decreasing performance - read the anandtech article already posted here - but I have not seen this problem with my Vertex.

    I am running Windows 7 which supports the TRIM command; that may be a contributing factor, but the Vertex drive has a software utility to assist if you're not on Windows 7.

    Battery life is not changed much because the hard drive is not the biggest battery drain to begin with - lighting the display is the biggest culprit there.

    As for compatibility, it's a SATA disk. If your laptop has a SATA interface, you're set.

    Seriously, undeniably a worthwhile upgrade. If you read the comments here, most people who say they actually *have one* aren't saying 'no, wait', so...

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  • twentyafterfour

    twentyafterfour

    March 10, 2015, 7:09 am

    Man i wish i had 32 g's of coke, 1 gallon of chiva, 1100 ecstasy pills, and some xanex while i was near a park. I only say that because it would have been much nicer to get $20,000 bail instead of the $100,000 bail I got for getting caught with firecrackers that I had made in California. It would have also been nice if I had two warrants out for me as I'm sure my previously 100% clean record only served to put me in jail longer. Finally, it's nice to know that america was temporarily protected from the suffering caused by my crappy reddit comments when the judge banned me from the internet. He also unknowingly disturbing the fabric of time by banning me from attending the chemistry labs I had attended the previous year.

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