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Senate, crowds gather on mountaintops or beaches with good views of the sunrise to pray for health and family wellbeing in the new year. Psychiatry training programs often spend a good deal of effort on teaching psychotherapies, um Direktwerbung zu betreiben, so hat die betroffene Person das Recht, jederzeit Widerspruch gegen die Verarbeitung der personenbezogenen Daten zum Zwecke derartiger Werbung einzulegen.

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  • VodkaElite

    VodkaElite

    March 11, 2015, 5:25 am

    Well than it just goes to show how pathetic and shallow a person can be, worrying more about being accepted more than your own health, or what is ethical.

    I bet you wear skinny jeans and follow the scene crowd to, right? Since that's popular and all.

    Do yourself a favor... quit saying that nothing wrong has been done to do... instead of being a victim of some fucked up ritual, take a stand against it and help show that our children shouldn't be mutilated for profit... because that's exactly what circumcision is. They try to make us feel that it's normal so they can get away with it because they make millions of $$$ off it every year.

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  • Narrator

    Narrator

    March 11, 2015, 6:53 am

    You probably enjoy programming a lot right? So Bob the manager comes in and wants some new feature. "Sure! I'll code it for you!", you say, because it's fun. Every time he wants a new feature, you indulge because it's fun. The problem is that over time you've got 100 features that are 80% finished and take a lot of work to support because you didn't polish off the 20%.

    The way to get around this is to make your manager do more work before he can give you a feature request. Make him work out an analysis as to how this is going to make money for the company in a spreadsheet just to convince you that this is a rational use of your time and not just an excercise at throwing feature spaghetti at the wall.

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  • indgosky

    indgosky

    March 10, 2015, 8:25 am

    My, my... Look at all the downvoting. The liberals sure do love their double standards!!!

    First they criticize the republicans for their lying and dirty tactics, but then they repeat those behaviors themselves, using the republicans' immaturity as an EXCUSE to act just as despicable and underhanded.

    And then they downvote anyone who calls them out on their "low road" behavior -- most likely because the recognize the SHAME of what they have done, and they immaturely lash out at the messenger.

    And the best part of all, they are not doing this to a republican, but to someone who finds the extremists and liars and crooks of BOTH parties to be despicable. You fools don't even think. You just act. Like children.

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  • mollymoo

    mollymoo

    March 10, 2015, 11:53 am

    ext4 looks after itself, not your data. It does risky things in the name of performance, making an extremely commonly used method of safely updating a file extremely unsafe, thereby quietly breaking most of the applications out there.

    The arguments used by ext4's author for not fixing this were mind-boggling. It basically came down to "POSIX doesn't explicitly say I can't do fucking stupid things and break all your applications, so it's absolutely fine that ext4 does fucking stupid things and breaks all your applications". Eventually it was patched so that the most obvious brain damage was mitigated, but it's still fundamentally broken in its default configuration.

    Mount ext4 (and ext3 for that matter) with data=ordered if you want to sleep at night.

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  • perfectfire

    perfectfire

    March 10, 2015, 5:46 am

    Get a job at a better company.

    I did an internship at ExxonMobil and towards the end I noticed that not only was I at about the same skill level as the average long time employee, their engineering processes weren't really any different than at the research lab I worked at in college. Now, it could partly be because I was working at their research center, but the part of the project I was on was staffed mostly by computer scientists and not petroleum engineers and geologists.

    So in the end, even though I liked the people there and I would've made much more money there (adjusted for cost of living), I ended up taking a job at Microsoft. It was reassuring to know I am one of the least knowledgeble people there (at first anyway). And I really feel challenged to keep up with the other devs and be able to contribute more than just my code.

    Anyway, try to find a place where there's a lot of people smarter than you.

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  • matts2

    matts2

    March 11, 2015, 12:02 am

    >A larger pool means you are covering more people which means the Total Cost goes up.

    No, that is not at all clear. Getting treatment early rather than late may well cuts costs. Getting treated by a GP rather than a ER doctor may cut costs. And having a larger pool may lower risk for all.

    >Pooling risk can be useful because it can even-out costs over time, but it doesn't make them go away.

    Pooling risk does not simply even-out costs over time, it reduces variability. Insurance is not simply about expected value, it is about reduced variance in result and that lowers cost.

    >The idea that prevention and early diagnosis will make healthcare less expensive is a myth.

    From our link:

    "It boils down to encouraging the well to have themselves tested to make sure they are not sick. And that approach doesn’t save money; it costs money."

    Finding and treating influenza before it becomes pneumonia saves money. It is not simply about doing more tests, it is about solving problems early. And it does help.

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  • sisyphus

    sisyphus

    March 10, 2015, 11:48 pm

    As far as I can tell online content doesn't usually meet the depth or quality of a well-written programming book. You may be able to hobble together enough about unix networking to get by from google, but why not take a while with Stevens and attain a more systematic understanding? Why put more effort than you have to? Presumably the stuff John Resig knows about javascript ninjaness are encapsulated in jQuery, but why plow through source when I can buy his book and have him explain it in a pedagogical way?

    Also, sometimes the online documentation sucks. I pity the fools who tried to learn Ruby or Rails without the Thomas books in earlier days.

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  • rhammonsster

    rhammonsster

    March 10, 2015, 3:35 pm

    Kim and kelly Deal from the Breeders! Tanya Donnelly from Throwing Muses, Sunny Day Real Estate, almost anything from Sublime. Also loved Poe's 1st cassette "Hello" , Blues Traveller "four", Matchbox Twenty, and please don't tell anyone I said this, but I throw on a huge smile everytime I hear "I just wanna Fly" by Sugar Ray, and truth be known I couldn't change the channel fast enough when this song was on the charts.

    Now then that being said, here is a rough list of my fave top ten albums from the 90's ( fair warning though, it does lean heavy towards grunge.

    Alice in Chains - Dirt

    Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream

    Nine inch Nails - The Downward Spiral

    Pearl Jam - Vs. (really want to say ten, but I got extremely burnt out on it, too much radio play)

    Soundgarden - Badmotorfinger ( it's a shame about Chris Cornell since they broke up, he lost his credibility, soul, and any self respect he had left )

    RHCP - Blood Sugar Sex Magik ( I prefer "Mother's Milk" but that was 1989 )

    R.E.M. - Automatic for the People

    Rage Against the Machine - Evil Empire

    Korn - Follow the Leader

    Ministry - Psalm 69

    ( honorable mentions goes to Nirvana for Bleach, In Utero, Nevermind or Incesticide as well as Mudhoney for either Piece of Cake or My Brother the Cow or Oasis for any their 1st four albums ))

    Edit for grammar

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  • cymen

    cymen

    March 10, 2015, 8:45 am

    You'll also find that some amateurs (I'm one myself) spend more money than professionals on gear. Particularly, the latest fancy body and the fastest lenses. A lot of amateurs like gear. It's fun. But it isn't always necessary or prudent to approach gear the same way as a professional. Make every piece of kit pay for itself. Don't buy unless you need it. Rent to try lenses and lights (possible in most major markets and now possible to rent lenses via mail for most brands).

    Not picking on you in particular Chozo. This topic has come up a couple times on various photography-related email lists I'm on.

    I definitely agree photography is a rewarding.

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  • surewhynotimsorry

    surewhynotimsorry

    March 10, 2015, 1:49 pm

    before my mom and dad got divorced, we lived in a 2 story house with mauve carpeting. i used to sit at the top of the stairs and drag my tush down each stair til i got to the bottom. i just remember sitting at the top of those stairs, looking at the carpet, looking at my hands, looking at my white basket woven shoes. after my parents got divorced my mom moved my sibs and i from apartment to apartment and i never got the chance to do it again. i now live in a 2 story house but have lost the inclination to do it. one of these days.. if i have enough wine, maybe..

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  • Greensticky

    Greensticky

    March 10, 2015, 6:35 am

    You make a valid point. I guess the real question is one people have been pondering for centuries, what is moral/immoral, and why. I suppose if the suffering of animals makes people feel bad it may be considered immoral. I personally don't like the cruel treatment of animals (the veal thing in my other comment was a joke, I really can't bring myself to actually order it...if someone made it for me I wouldn't turn it down though), but is farming the animals in a 'humane' way to use them (for food, medical, or other applications) immoral? I understand the compassion and sadness these cruelties make people feel...I think until we start growing meat with only brain stems and vital organs attached, with no intelligence/pain centers/etc, it will be a sensitive and tricky topic to come to a rational decision on.

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  • HMSuperb

    HMSuperb

    March 10, 2015, 7:49 pm

    Oh man, I don't even want to think about that. I know it's in the back of everyone's minds though. Honestly, I really can't see him being bad. He was a fucking monster in college, and even though a lot of first round pitchers don't amount to much, someone with as much hype as Strasburg usually pays out.

    Hell, Mark Prior always gets crap for ducking out early but before his injuries, he was the man. I just hope Strasburg stays healthy...

    Unlike Jordan Zimmermann, who I will sorely miss next season.

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  • thinkingperson

    thinkingperson

    March 10, 2015, 4:19 pm

    > Except I didn't say that, you're quote mining.

    The statement "GNU/Linux pretty much sucks universally" came from your entry right after a quote. If you want to insist otherwise, I'll leave you with your technical defense.

    > Performance and battery life are what really matter for a netbook. That's why I said Ubuntu sucks everywhere it matters in this case.

    And that's where I beg to differ from the reviewer you quoted. I've used Ubuntu and other linux distro on three diff netbooks (eeepc 701/4g, Axioo and MSI Wind) ... all of them giving very snappy application response.

    Boot time is also very important for netbook usage, and again, linux distros are leading in this aspects, with most if not all the instanton solutions implemented using optimized linux distros.

    But you are welcome to remain with your sweeping view of GNU/Linux and Ubuntu.

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  • altpron

    altpron

    March 10, 2015, 10:51 pm

    First of all, all of the background story about your sister makes something like this happening ... how should I say... highly probable... sorry, no offense meant.. but let's just say this is an outlet for a lot of shit going on in her head that you or I could never really understand without feeling it ourselves... well, this is better than several alternative outlets that similar young girls with similar pasts might use...

    Being 16... 16 is the old 19.. I stopped being surprised by 15/16 year olds participating in behavior that seemed reserved for post-high school long time ago. It's illegal, but so is smoking cigarettes, pot, drinking, sex.. but normal teens without troubled histories do that every day... if getting naked on camera at 18 yrs 1 day can be considered a career, doing it 18 months earlier doesn't make a bit of difference in reality (but it does with the law).

    side note: if her pictures are on a forum you visit regularly, it is fair to assume that other pictures of other girls under 18 have appeared on that site.. and you probably told yourself they are 18 and 1 day.. but the fact they look 16 .. well.. anyway .... point is -- she isn't the first 16 year old girl you've seen naked online or otherwise.... and as far as the guys on the site demanding more.. don't take it personally - they aren't doing it because she is your sister.. they do that to every girl on the internet.. that is why they like the girls on the internet.. that is partly why the girls do that on the internet.. again .. **the whole story really adds up on several levels.. you just don't realize that you have been witnessing this same story 100's of times over when you look at pictures of the other girls.. you just don't know them personally.**

    as far as what you should do... definitely don't tell your friends. The obvious right thing to do is talk to her directly. It may seem uncomfortable at first - but having an uncomfortable discussion with someone like that can often open the door for a much stronger and honest relationship.

    If you do get into an honest discussion about it.. I would just tell her to cut it off immediately and if it is something she wants to do when she is 18 and can't go to jail for it and have to register as a sex offender for life.. then do it for money.. good money.. and keep it professional.

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