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  • vulcan99

    vulcan99

    March 11, 2015, 6:52 am

    Why the fuck is everyone on here commenting thusly: "balance your check book dude..."?

    It goes something like this, in chronological order:

    * Start with $1000

    * debit card for $5 -> balance now $995

    * debit card for $15 -> balance now $980

    * debit card for $1100 -> balance now $-120

    But BofA first debits $1100, then $15, then $5, yielding 3 overdraft fees. If you had balanced your checkbook, it would have done no good, because you would have been charged for two overdraft fees which shouldn't have been there. They put the items out of order on purpose, to make more money by providing less service.

    And one last thing: they won't let you opt-out of this overdraft "protection."

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  • matts2

    matts2

    March 10, 2015, 6:14 am

    >I've entertained some evidence to say that it's coincidence, but the counter-argument is overwhelming. It's the same old tyranny as ever.

    How about this: H1N1 is virulent, the concern is that it might mutate and become deadly as well. So they are preparing material so if there is a problem in the future they are ready.

    Let me try to put this in terms that might be familiar to you. A survivalist might put away a supply of iodine pills. That does not mean there is going to be a nuclear attack or even that they think there is about to be such an attack. It can simply mean that they are preparing things so that if some particular future events occur they are ready.

    >I haven't claimed anything except that a) there are many lawsuits, and b) there are standards of evidence that if willfully violated carry prison terms.

    OK, so you have not claimed anything. You brought up lawsuits, but it was just a red herring, not an actual claim about anything.

    >Somehow, coming from Matts2, I think my credibility will survive.

    And then you complain about ad hominem. Amazing.

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  • nick1click

    nick1click

    March 10, 2015, 7:45 am

    Let me try again. Since we started this talking about moving consciousness to computers maybe I can make my point best with a computer analogy.

    I have one file of information, say an mp3, and I create a duplicate of it. The contents of the file (the song) now exist in two locations. Because they are identical I can delete one without worrying about losing anything.

    I'm not saying that consciousness is transfered when scotty beams me around the room - I'm saying that it's duplicated. But because it is duplicated and because, as you said, "the consciousness is just a result of the complex interweaving of the meat inside my skull" it doesn't matter to me which of these piles of meat and bone you get rid of. They are, like the two files, functionally identical - each contains all of the information of the other.

    Perhaps we just view this differently, but that's how think about it.

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  • Saydrah

    Saydrah

    March 10, 2015, 9:19 am

    Offer her a choice:

    She voluntarily removes these pictures from the internet and tells her counselor what she's been doing so that the counselor can help her deal with the obvious issues stemming from her rape, or you will talk to her parents and counselor yourself.

    Your little sister could be charged with child pornography for taking nude pictures of herself if she gets caught. Not to mention she's exposing herself to stalking, and since she's hiding her secret online life she wouldn't be able to go to her parents for help if someone stalked her. Tough love has its time and place. This is it.

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  • date_raep

    date_raep

    March 10, 2015, 4:30 pm

    Last year I upgraded the BIOS on my old nForce board, it disabled the PCI prefetch option across the bus. Instead of Nvidia giving some dumb bankrupt company a few dollars to keep prefetch in their chipsets, they instead forced all the big mobe companies to remove prefetch from their BIOS and take down any earlier BIOS off the internet that still included it.

    If I was Asus or Gigabyte I would have sent a three day old shit baking in the sun to Nvidia's headquarters and told them to go fuck themselves.

    EDIT: That was just the icing on the cake, not completely the whole reason I hate nvidia's bullshit.

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  • gtalmond

    gtalmond

    March 10, 2015, 5:33 am

    So basically, that would still be a problem. Let me change it a little bit though, but it is still more of the same.

    If doctors felt one drug works better than the state mass purchased drug, would they be hindered because the state has purchased a mass amount?

    This occurs in hospitals today, especially ones where they buy from pharm sales reps, which is probably all of them.

    I guess the way i want health care is probably a bit steep, expecting the best for everything, i know it is unreasonable and undeliverable, but, hell why wouldn't you ask for it?

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  • notboring1

    notboring1

    March 10, 2015, 8:29 pm

    Visual Basic .Net is now the functional equivalent of C. Fully object oriented, no longer as easy to use properly as old VB, but Microsoft has achieved its goal of turning Pinocchio VB into a "real boy". And working in Visual Studio means you'll be learning SQL at the same time if you're going to build anything meaningful. You'll find Visual Studio to be a nightmare in many ways and you WILL need to spend 100 a pop on support questions, particularly when it comes to setup and deployment, but all in all, Visual Studio is probably the only All In One building tool you'll ever need. As long as Windows rules the business world that is....

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  • sunsunsun

    sunsunsun

    March 11, 2015, 7:30 am

    I am not hugely verse in the prose of the IPA. But my favorite beer, which some folks apparently classify as an IPA, is the Yazoo Hop Project. It's piney and citrusy as all hell. Ir's local to my area, but I'll take it over Stone, Dogfish 60 min., or any of the other high profile IPA's any day. And as a warning: I'm extremely drunk. I might regret that choice in the morning. Not to say it's the BEST, but it's easily my favorite. And it should be tried, for the least part because it is hoppy as hell.

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  • graknor

    graknor

    March 10, 2015, 8:06 pm

    the czechs tended to load all their ammo hot compared to the soviet specifications, and they designed their guns for the higher pressure.

    as to the OP, for something a little different:

    the Browning Hi-power, interesting gun, lots of history to it. an Argentinian company makes a cheaper version as well

    a single action revolver can be a surprising amount of fun, i'm a fan of the rugers myself, particularly the bisleys.

    GSG-5, .22 mp5 clone, can be had in pistol and carbine versions. under $600 is what i've seen

    CZ-82 improved hi-cap makarov, surplus ones have been hitting the used market this year. around $300

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  • Adagio

    Adagio

    March 10, 2015, 12:40 pm

    There was one time I was at Whitespot (burger joint in Vancouver, Canada), and I had ordered one of their typical burger meals after a long day of moving to a new apartment. I got my food unusually quickly, took a couple bites, and realized that they actually forgot to put a burger patty inside the bun.

    I laughed it off, and called the waiter over to tell him, thinking he would find it oddly funny too. I didn't get the response I expected, but was assured he would let the chefs know and he would be back in a moment. When he did come back, I couldn't believe how insulted I was.

    He handed me a cooked patty on a plate with a fork and knife.

    What the HELL was I supposed to do with that, and half-eaten buns?

    I didn't eat there for a long time after.

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  • beansworth

    beansworth

    March 10, 2015, 6:24 am

    >1) Strange enough, no contemporary source mentions a language change.

    Nobody at that time in Britain could read. The few who did had more pressing matters to write about than linguistics.

    >3) How could a very limited number of Anglo-Saxons conquer most of England?

    I don't know, same way Caesar conquered Gaul, or Alexander conquered half of Eurasia, or The Mongols conquered most of Asia and chunks of Europe?

    >5) Did east-England change its language twice within approx.1000 years?

    Maybe. Look at Egypt. In little over 1000 years, its official language changed from Coptic, to Greek, to Latin, back to Greek, and then Arabic.

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  • dove4med

    dove4med

    March 10, 2015, 7:40 pm

    My general thoughts on such "white lies" is that a long a they keep both parties happy, generally honest, and talking, they're ok.

    I might even add in that your friend told you about them, and that he showed you a cropped photo that was definitely identifiable as her.

    But here's the thing that you have to get: She needs to have someone assert that she deserves better than this. You need to show that you're concerned and that you disapprove because you know that she deserves more and because you love her. That's what would help snap her out of this cycle.

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  • mathewferguson

    mathewferguson

    March 10, 2015, 3:56 pm

    Try to find something to read that kicks ass.

    Try some Stephen King short stories - they're brief enough for you to get through and they'll fuck your mind up for a while. Read some Harry Potter. If you're into music try to read about your favourite bands.

    Reading is just a muscle of the mind -- you might have to read fifty books before you get up to smooth comprehension.

    Also, set aside time at night to read before bed. Don't worry if you fall asleep halfway through a page. Associating good relaxed feelings with reading will help you enjoy it more.

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  • ziegfried

    ziegfried

    March 11, 2015, 4:59 am

    Talk to her - not from a judgemental point of view, but that you're on her level and worried about her b/c of what you know about her past and you're worried that about where her behavior is going.

    There's an Chris Rock* routine about his only job in life as a father is to keep his little girl "off the pole" -- b/c it's always about "daddy issues" for girls. Your father may "worship the ground she walks on" but that doesn't mean that he's actually there for her in an emotional way.

    Girls want to be valued by men. If they don't feel valued by their dads for who they are, they end up trying to be valued for their sexuality by other men so they have some sense of self-worth.

    So being the big brother, you can sort of be a parental figure for her -- not one of being judgemental and controlling, but one of being loving and caring and wanting the best for her, and helping her to have that attitude about herself.

    Get your parents to get some counseling for her about the rape -- it always has lasting consequences, and she really needs it.

    Your caring about her is one of the most important things -- if you've seen the nudie pics, all it means is that she doesn't have to hide anything from her.

    *EDIT: changed "eddie murphy" to Chris Rock -- I knew that! I don't know why I wrote eddy murphy -- thanks thesquelched!

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  • sreguera

    sreguera

    March 10, 2015, 3:04 pm

    Prices for these tools have high variations and always are open to negotiation. If you look at their web pages many times you will not see any quoted price, you have to call one of their sellers to negotiate one. Also, the tools have many features that you many need to pay apart, or conversely the seller can offer a good price if you buy a bundle of tools (e.g. VectorCast+Polyspace) or if he is interested in entering a new market or country. The $100,000 1user-year I wrote before is a quotation I hear frequently, but most tools are not that expensive as that. I think C++Test starts at $15,000 for the full suite, but don't quote me on that.

    To answer your question, they are used where it is important to have as few bugs as possible, like in the automotive, aerospace or security related industries (ideally everywhere, but...). The price looks high but a company can spend much more on finding and correcting bugs.

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  • seespothappy

    seespothappy

    March 11, 2015, 8:25 am

    Bits of this have this have already been mentioned, but in separate comments. I took a class my first year of college that taught how to study, learn, take test, and that sort of thing. For vocabulary they had us make flash cards. Instead of just the word on one side and the definition on the other you also drew a picture to go along with the written definition. This way is triggered two different areas of the brain and help develop stronger associations for the word. If it ends up you see the word you may not remember the definition, but will remember the picture which in turn will help you recall the definition. Just a trick to maximize your study time. I hope it helps.

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  • hailtheface

    hailtheface

    March 10, 2015, 1:43 pm

    Good luck with that. I don't know of too many people that get juiced about juice. I think it is one of those appliances that, for most, seems like a great idea but eventually just ends up being neglected, wasting counter space and eventually moved to a closet where it is destined to gather dust or be sold at a yard sale.

    Speaking of which, we just bought a hardly used juicer at a yard sale recently. It's a really nice one too, saw Martha Stewart use it on her show on juicing recently (look it up, her website is a great resource for all sorts of recipes). Basically she just kind of throws whatever she is feeling like throwing in there and it all turns out pretty good. I still have yet to really do anything near as fancy as Martha though. Best thing I've made with it so far is plum juice, which happens to make a lovely cocktail when mixed with vodka.

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  • repoman

    repoman

    March 11, 2015, 7:05 am

    THIS IS THE CORRECT ANSWER.

    To add to that, the framers included the 2nd amendment because they felt it would allow the people to depose an oppressive government, since earth was fresh out of New Worlds to flee to by then.

    That being the case, you have to see how pointless it would be if by "arms" they only meant squirrel guns whilst the government is allowed to carry rocket launchers. Obviously, I'd prefer people not have to own rocket launchrs, but if I ever see the police or national guard pointing rocket launchers at a group of protesters, then I absolutely believe those protesters should be allowed to equip themselves similarly. In that sense, I consider the 2nd amendment a reciprocal policy; whatever weapons tyrants might point at the public, the public has the right to point back at the tyrants.

    Every weapon the police have was paid for with our money anyhow; giving them the superior tools they need to suppress our dissent is like forging our own slave shackles. Given that the police have well-trained SWAT teams, they ought to be able to take down the occasional gang of bankrobbers even if the bad guys have the same grade of weapons. Sure, it might be more difficult for the police on a level battlefield, but that's the cost of protecting our freedom. The alternative, giving the few a massive advantage in firepower over the many, will inevitably lead to tyranny.

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  • BioSemantics

    BioSemantics

    March 10, 2015, 7:24 am

    >While, I'll agree that the postmodern fiction and culture he lists is older, i.e., from the sixties and seventies, it's simply untrue that that culture hasn't rejuvenated itself. Sure, it's not "high postmodernism," it might not even be post- postmodernism, but the idea that we've lost the frequently ironic, often absurd, and densely literate novels and shows Kirby laments is simply untrue.

    If it's not "high" post-modernism, nor even post-postmodernism, how is it rejuvenated? Merely meeting the requirements for a postmodernist novel is enough to rejuvenate anything.

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  • ontologicalninja

    ontologicalninja

    March 10, 2015, 8:08 pm

    It's not nothing, it's a disturbing pattern of behavior that might reflect a deeper issue with her self-confidence and body issues. If she continued down this path (although it is really not healthy), she could do a lot of damage to herself and cause her family a lot of grief. Shit like this *ruins* some families.

    Additionally, there are forkloads of problems that can arise from having pictures like that on the internet. What if someone starts stalking her and trying to find out where she lives? All it takes is a private investigator, some extra cash and a couple of photographs to get her address. And from there, who knows what may happen? She could be assaulted or raped or kidnapped... (and to the OP, don't worry, I'm sure as long as you intervene in time none of this will happen)

    Just because she is being validated does not mean it is for the right reasons or the right behavior. Additionally, calling a woman a slut and worse is not the kind of validation that leads to a healthy lifestyle.

    .....ohhhhh, I'm sorry. I didn't see your username. I actually thought you were treating this poor dude's dilemma **seriously** instead of, y'know, pretending you were on Digg or 4chan.

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  • sn76477

    sn76477

    March 11, 2015, 7:09 am

    When I first saw the OP-1 I thought that it was another toy. At closer inspection it looks like another gimmick. But in all honestly,and after reading about what this device can do I think that it maybe more like an Casio SK-1 in how it immediately allows you to make music.

    When you pick up an Casio SK-1 it feels silly, it has silly little keys. But once you turn it on, start a rhythm, record a sample, something magical happens. You start having fun, you start pouring your heat and soul into this little device, and the time around you begins to smear. An Akai MPC is very much like this once you have samples loaded into it.

    A toy? A gimmick? A trend? Maybe. . .but it looks like the OP-1 may have some strong redeeming qualities. We will have to wait until it is released to find out.

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  • johndoe7776059

    johndoe7776059

    March 11, 2015, 5:10 am

    There are 2 consciousnesses, but IMO since they are identical at the start, both of them are "me". An example of what I mean:

    Imagine I am perfectly selfish. I am told that if I allow a duplicate of me to be made, and then the duplicate tortured until he dies, I can have a billion dollars. I wouldn't take the deal, because the duplicate is just as much me as the original. Not in the sense that hey, that guy who comes out of the duplicator is going to have a right to call himself me, so even though I am selfish, I should care about him. Rather, I expect to experience coming out of the duplicator.

    Now, again assuming I am perfectly selfish, if I had a duplicate of myself made, and afterward I (either one of me) was asked if I would take a billion dollars to have the other copy tortured, I would say yes. Because I wouldn't expect to experience the torture.

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  • Royalhghnss

    Royalhghnss

    March 10, 2015, 4:04 pm

    My favorite story also happens to be true.

    So my Grandpa and my uncle fly up to Alaska in their sea plane to go check out a hunting lodge. My uncle is 23 at the time my grandpa probably around 50. They go check it out, and are on the way back when they get surrounded by clouds above and below. The compass is doing lazy 8's. They eventually run out of gas and have to set down in a glacial river. My uncle makes it to shore wearing jeans and a flannel shirt. My grandpa is never seen again.

    So my uncle hikes down like 10 miles to a sand bar. He makes a big ole SOS in the gravel, and sleeps in a hollow log. He's out there for 42 days when a lady says to her husband, "let's go get a milkshake." This being Alasaka they hop in their plane to go to town. On the way they see my uncle's SOS, and pick him up. He'd lost 60 lbs but he made it out alive.

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  • malcontent

    malcontent

    March 11, 2015, 5:33 am

    >whopper of lie?

    Yea. A massive lie. You know this one.

    >The problem I have with all of this is that nobody has come out with examples of what parts of C# are going to be patented or are problematic.

    That's a blatant lie.

    >All the articles on reddit haven't given sources of this patent problem, they just say their is one.

    The source is the mono project and microsoft. Microsoft is forcing mono to unbundle the patented bits.

    >Now if the mono project itself has cases they are worried about and removed then why haven't those been mentioned or linked in the comments.

    They have. Except as I said mono team is too cowardly to unbundle all the dangerous bits.

    >Also how am I lying if I'm not aware of sources?

    I can't help it if you are an ignorant piece of shit who goes around spewing shit on topics he knows nothing about.

    If you want to claim you are an ignorant retard go ahead. Sucks to be you though. You get your choice of an bozo who talks about things he knows nothing about or a lying sack of shit.

    >I was stating that I'm not aware.

    No you were not stating that. I quoted you twice.

    >That's quite a claim for a guy whose only seen a paragraph of my thoughts in a reddit comment.

    I am judging you by the things you say. If you make yourself out to be a liar or an ignorant fool that's nobodies fault but yours.

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  • phadraigin

    phadraigin

    March 10, 2015, 10:50 pm

    no, i am not a scientist. i am in fact a librarian, which means research is what i do--any subject, all subjects.

    you seriously expect anyone to believe you would trust a simple *Google* search for something like this? about.com!? slate? and whoever the heck "projo" are? really? JFC.

    are you honestly that naïve? and yet somehow you are able to operate your internets?

    try Medline, try OVID, try actually reading something in the professional literature--you know, university studies, clinical trials, peer review journals?

    any freshman who showed up with a handful of random Google links to store-rack magazines and private websites to any of my classes would have to go back and try again. what--do you just go out and ask strangers on the street when you need a reliable answer to something? lordy.

    "u" are either too clueless to be helped, trolling, or being paid to shill.

    in any case, please do load up on all the HFCS you can find. do us all a favor. it is a free world, after all.

    (and my "name" is Irish--look it up on Google, Mr. Googler.)

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  • Stooby

    Stooby

    March 10, 2015, 3:50 pm

    Yeah, I think with the lighting and the way it transposes the 3D image to 2D in the CCD/film little imperfections become extremely obvious.

    Unless a person goes to a professional photographer, they always look much worse in photos than they do in real life.

    I always thought of photo makeup and photoshop as a way show what the person would actually look like if you met them. The tiniest of skin imperfections would not be noticeable in person, yet, in photos they stick out like a sore thumb.

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  • Reddithetic

    Reddithetic

    March 10, 2015, 9:15 pm

    Do it on a Friday so he has the weekend to recover from the shock.

    You are going to have to frame it in such a way that you are very upfront about whether you intend to keep it.. don't leave him hanging.

    Don't pull the classic bitch *I'm pregnant!*.. and then sit silent and wait for a response.. that's just bitch behavior right there. Make up your mind and your arguments and say them upfront without playing games to try and figure out what he wants to do. It's your responsibility to him to try and make it easier- since it's going to suck ass as he goes through a number of bewildered thoughts which is natural.

    Proper announcement- I'm pregnant and I intend to keep it and I'm giving you an opportunity to participate in this if you want it, don't answer right now, take a few days to think about it .. but this one is coming out of the hatch with or without you. - and then ignore whatever they say in response until they have had a few days to think it through properly.

    Or.. if you are nuking the flesh cabbage growing between your legs.. well you probably shouldn't tell him a damn thing much less any of your friends since women can't keep a secret for more than 48 hours.

    Have marijuana on hand so he can then get immediately baked. His favorite beer- also required, along with a medium sized bottle of whatever his favorite HARD alcohol is. This helps him cool down so it's not freaking him out as bad.

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  • isseki

    isseki

    March 11, 2015, 12:08 am

    Although I must say I usually enjoy the humour, I do think it's a bit sad that the reddit "opinion" seems to have settled mostly. There is very little true discussion on reddit, and a lot of circlejerking. It's basically "decided" that on this site, you should hate Nickelback, Microsoft, anti-piracy measures and anything Republican. And you should love FOSS, Google, indie bands and bacon.

    I can't recall the last post on Reddit that sparked an honest debate. Most posts are already framed in such a way that the desirable opinion is clear ("Why bacon is so awesome" vs "what do you guys think about bacon?"). I think that's something that used to be slightly better.

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  • exist

    exist

    March 11, 2015, 8:01 am

    This is going to seem long but I mainly wrote this so I can reinforce what I have learned so far. It runs and I see no errors. I'm also using this to hammer out the differences between the & and * syntax.

    #include <stdio.h>

    #include <stdlib.h>

    int main()

    {

    int total = 5;

    int *pointer = NULL;

    printf("The address of pointer: %p\n", &pointer);

    printf("The value of pointer: %d\n", pointer);

    printf("The address of 'total': %p\n", &total);

    pointer = &total;

    printf("The address of the pointer should still be the same here: %p\n", &pointer);

    printf("However, the value of 'pointer' now becomes the address of 'total': %p\n", pointer);

    printf("The value of total is: %d and 'pointer' points to the value @ 'total': %d\n", total, *pointer);

    total = total + 5;

    printf("The value after some changing of 'total' using the pointer should now have changed: %d\n", *pointer);

    printf("But the address of 'pointer' remains the same: %p, and the address it points to should still be the same? %p\n", &pointer, pointer);

    return 0;

    }

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  • r_schleufer

    r_schleufer

    March 10, 2015, 12:24 pm

    >When a pattern repeats in different circumstances, I try to look for the common variable.

    This is simple insight that applies to ALL aspects of life.

    Yes I think the submitter is doing something wrong: they are working for someone else. The industry that the submitter envisions does exist, but they need to create that industry. Don't wait for opportunities, MAKE the opportunities happen.

    This might mean that you will need to innovate on your own dollar, but that is the risk. And it is well worth it.

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