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  • robotsongs

    robotsongs

    March 10, 2015, 10:55 pm

    NS-10's are only an industry standard because at some point in the 80's Yamaha started giving them out to record execs, touting them as the newest, greatest, high-fidelity (not Hi-Fi, rather crystal clear) system. Basically everyone realized they were shit, but because there were so many of them, and because they found their way into record company exec's hands (gotta make it sound good for the boss!), they became a standard for all studios to have so that you could have a reference sound that you knew would translate from board to board.

    Before NS-10's were Auratones, and I challenge you to mix on those things. Doing so well and having it translate across systems means you have a fucking platinum hit on your hands. They sound like compressed-spectrum shit and it's a great challenge. Too bad people don't use something like Auratones anymore.

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  • mrmaster2

    mrmaster2

    March 11, 2015, 7:54 am

    The *implied* opinion is that there is no need for health care reform, because the current system provides you with the ability to treat conditions cheaply and effectively, the problem is that it "takes brains" in order to utilize our system in this manner.

    Again, the implied opinion is that people just need to wizen up, not that healthcare needs to be reformed.

    This is why kap77 responded. He was challenging the implied opinion that those who are troubled under the current system simply don't have the appropriate level of brains.

    At least, this is what I took out of the exchange.

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  • muyoso

    muyoso

    March 10, 2015, 5:06 pm

    Lets see, you are now a nobody that is writing a book that literally nobody is going to want to read. Your potential publisher tells you its going to tank unless you could get an angle. You know half of this country hates anything about George Bush, so you play into that and make up something that EVERYONE on the left wants to believe because it confirms what they already think. Suddenly half of the country potentially wants to read your book.

    Not saying it happened like that, but it sure as shit could have.

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  • blue-boy

    blue-boy

    March 10, 2015, 1:18 pm

    I've been pretty dam close to where you are, with a side of clinical depression to accompany my alcoholism. Best thing my dad ever did was to stop bailing me out. Nothing like a pending rent payment to motivate you to stop drinking, get up on time, and make a good impression on your coworkers.

    I've still got issues, but I am at work every day at 9 a.m., I do what needs doing, I volunteer for the hard shit, and what I do after 6 p.m. is my own business. You'll probably grow up and grow out of it, but not until you absolutely have to. I hope your old man realizes this soon enough for you.

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  • pinkdresses

    pinkdresses

    March 10, 2015, 5:27 pm

    I haven't had insurance for quite a long time. I do work, but I am self employed. I have a lot of medical issues and my solution has been to do some research. Most insurance companies won't accept me because of pre-existing conditions, and the ones that do I just simply can't afford. My local hospital offers a program to low income county residents that allows you to get health care either through their hospital or one of their doctor's clinics at a reduced rate. If I reported all of my income, I wouldn't be eligible, but they don't require tax returns so I just fudge the numbers. All of my doctors visits are free and my doctor is very good at only prescribing me medications that are on the "$4 list" at all the major pharmacies. If I ever need to use the emergency room, I get a 60% reduced rate on all charges except for x-rays. I have to reapply every six months, and can only see doctors that are in their program, and expensive tests and treatments are out of the question, but something is better than nothing.

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  • fdisc0

    fdisc0

    March 10, 2015, 5:19 pm

    you are more likely to see a large number of players at one time playing the domination levels, where most all 128 players on your team are spawning in the nearly the same area, your minimap looks like a sea of blue dots all moving without framerate loss. the one they currently only allow you to play for the past week or so, is 64 v 64 and you more or less only see about 8 or so at a time, however you can always stray from your spawn area and help out the other squads at the other parts of the map, some of the bunkers the seperate squads spawn at our almost always within visual range of eachother, so if you have no targets to engage currently you can usually scan right or left and see some guys running up at other bunkers a few hundred or more meters away.. but that's just in the start, say if your bunker is wiped out, you start spawning back behind the primary obj. and then there are only 2 spawns and your more likely to see waves of 16 guys plus a helicopter and 2 tanks at a time.

    moments like in full metal jacket where there is a lull in combat and you decide to reload.. the second you start reloading 4 guys start running across a path and you get the clip in just in time to take out the last one.. happen alot.

    Network lag i've really seen none, you fire your sniper rifle on a full out sprinting target 500+ meters away and i have always gotten the kill. it plain just doesn't lag, never seen anyone teleport or backtrack once, nor does the frame rate drop.

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  • gl0bals0j0urner

    gl0bals0j0urner

    March 10, 2015, 9:18 pm

    Before my parents got divorced we lived in a large single story blue house. I have several memories from this house, mostly just mental snapshots but a few longer memories too.

    One specific memory from when I was very young was climbing onto the counter to get into the cabinet with the cereal, putting the box of Rice Krispies in the middle of the kitchen floor, climbing into the fridge and retrieving the gallon of milk, pouring it into the box of Rice Krispies, and eating it with a large wooden cooking spoon.

    My parents got divorced and we moved before my fourth birthday, so I guess I was about three at the time.

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  • daveinsf

    daveinsf

    March 10, 2015, 5:36 am

    No! If he quits he WON'T get unemployment. If they lay him off rather than firing for cause. Generally, you only get unemployment if you're laid off. You are right, turleya04, the insurance can be expensive -- COBRA gives you the right to continue coverage at the same rate the employer's group pays at your own expense. Also, he may qualify for food stamps.

    Unemployment takes time to kick in so do the paperwork now.

    Local phone book blue pages, calls to social services or clinics would be in order. Google Neuro-Linguistic Programming, or NLP and related Rational Recovery for lots of rational, practical and free info, as well as programs.

    I wish you well, OP!

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  • malcontent

    malcontent

    March 10, 2015, 5:08 pm

    >He says they pay him to be a researcher, but not specifically to work on Haskell

    Yes that's what he said.

    This means that the shillboys here who claim Ms is responsible for Haskell are lying.

    >That doesn't mean he does it in his own time, but just that he has a reasonably free job (much like academia) where he can more or less choose what to work on and get paid for it.

    He specifically says he is not paid for haskell work. He says that more than once.

    And yet you want to keep insisting that Ms is paying him to work on Haskell.

    What is wrong with you? Why do you want to call him a liar?

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  • Drazi421

    Drazi421

    March 10, 2015, 7:51 pm

    Q- "You claim you name is Richard Dawkins?"

    A- "Yes, that's correct; it's on all of my books"

    Q- "How do you account for people calling you Charlie?"

    A- "Well, I can certainly tell you that my name is not Charlie, it's Richard; the evidence for that is right on my birth certificate. But you can also see that, according to my books, my name is clearly Richard Dawkins."

    Q- "Well, I haven't read any of your books, but the assertion that your name is Charlie remains a convincing one."

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  • delayclose

    delayclose

    March 10, 2015, 12:57 pm

    Yes. A .22 which I haven't fired a single time and keep in a safe at my parents' house. I do have experience firing different guns (military), just not the one I own. Oh and I have a few air guns that I use for target practice a few times a year but I guess those don't really count.

    But anyway, I've clicked "load more comments" three to five times before I even saw your post, so don't be surprised if you don't get many other replies. Maybe there should be another askreddit about this strictly for non-Americans.

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  • mallio

    mallio

    March 11, 2015, 8:31 am

    I remember one where two kids broke something during a pop quiz, and the smartest kid in the class answered every question correctly but in one word instead of the short paragraphs that everyone else did. The teacher blamed the smart guy since he didn't spend enough time on it. Encyclopedia figured out that the smart kid actually put a palindrome for every answer, as a clue that the real troublemakers in class were the kids with palindrome names.

    He should have hired that kid to work with him.

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  • frogmeat

    frogmeat

    March 11, 2015, 6:30 am

    The top three causes of death in America are heart disease, cancer, and stroke. Lifestyle-related illnesses, the result of decades of self-neglect. One third of American adults are obese. This is the result of their own lifestyle choices. Do you deny this? Should you or I have to compensate them for their own poor choices?

    Sure, there are exceptions. Some people have gotten cancers through job exposures, or genetic predisposition, or secondhand smoke from parents. I'm not talking about this relative handful of cases, and I acknowledge that some exist. However, **most** people dying from the top three causes of death in the US are dying of self-inflicted disease. Should you or I be **forced** to cough up to repair the damage they've done to themselves?

    I am obligated to pay the police and military, true. I also benefit from their services. I pay for public schools; I benefit from a more educated society, where more people have opportunities. I pay for roads; I drive on them, and I buy goods transported over them.

    However, you are saying that someone else's mere **need** is justification for the government to, through force of law, take from one person and give to someone deemed more needy. Is that what you believe, that someone having a need makes it OK for others to be legally forced to pay?

    That's not charity, and that's not living up to a "moral obligation". That's the confiscation of property by force. What do they call that? Please remind me. There's a word.

    Meanwhile, I have said many times that I support expanding the eligibility for Medicaid to include those who are unemployed. This would be a cost-effective way to handle the acknowledged problem of people who can't afford health insurance. It would get them into regular care instead of appearing in the emergency room when they have a sniffle, and would likely save taxpayers money while ensuring better care.

    The current health care reform packages would simply create another government bureaucracy and waste untold billions. Medicare and Medicaid are both considered dismal failures; why would Obamacare be any different? Why can't they first fix what they have?

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  • Neuropolis

    Neuropolis

    March 11, 2015, 1:03 am

    The whole thing *is* rather strange though.

    You're a priest.

    If you fuck a woman, you go to Hell.

    If you fuck a man, you go to Hell.

    If you fuck an innocent little boy... you, what, receive a holy fruit basket?

    I understand repression boils over but how do they work themselves down to child fucking? How do they make it to a point where they're even willing to consider it and once they've passed that point, how do they then decide it's a less unforgivable sin to fuck a child than it is to fuck a consenting adult?

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  • Saydrah

    Saydrah

    March 10, 2015, 12:37 pm

    Ever been a 16-year-old girl?

    Even if he has to be kind of a dick about it, the embarrassment of realizing that her brother saw her naked and the threat of a very awkward conversation with her parents would probably motivate her to remove the pictures. There's some risk she'd just move to another site, but that's what the "confess to the counselor" part is for. Put that in the hands of a professional once the immediate danger has passed.

    Realistically, she's probably feeling guilty about this already but not enough so to stop. Being confronted head-on should help with that.

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  • ihahp

    ihahp

    March 10, 2015, 10:12 pm

    >A good therapist and a shrink

    >I agree with your idea to stick with temp jobs for a while.

    Is it just me, or does this story that he posts sound more like:

    + I fucked up at work, fucking around and posting things I shouldn't have

    + I got fired for it

    + I'm embarassed, and the only way for me to rationalize the stupidity of all this is to pretend it's a HUGE FUCKING PROBLEM ... that I'm "sick" and I "need help", that this wasn't just a fuckup.

    Drama.

    OP: get a new job, take it seriously, don't fuck around, and live a normal life without making a big fucking production out of all this. You got fired. It happens to millions of people. Get back on that horse like every one else does.

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  • Reddithetic

    Reddithetic

    March 10, 2015, 1:51 pm

    Hit the gym, fatso. No fat chicks. Evar. Looking down at a big ol out of shape ass is a hardon killer every time. Unless you sneak viagra into his food, you are not getting fucked until you take responsibility for your end of the relationship- which is respecting your own body out of respect for him if you can't do it for yourself- which you should have been doing already (staying fit for your own self respect) as a healthy adult.

    That's the harsh truth, and you already know it- you just wish you could do the Oprah thing of sweatpants and big asses, but that's not what sane people allow under their roof. Time to grow up.

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  • myfriendm

    myfriendm

    March 11, 2015, 6:21 am

    1. I knew a guy, and I was going to be staying with him.

    2. No, I didn't speak the language at all when I came to Norway. I didn't really try to learn that hard, since I thought I was coming here for a longer vacation.

    3. I was 23 years old when I came here. My educational background was high school, and some college/courses.

    4. I didn't have much trouble finding a job since the medical field always needs people. I did need to have a decent use of the Norwegian language, though, obviously, to be able to communicate with patients.

    Best of luck to you in your moving plans!

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  • blind-with-worry

    blind-with-worry

    March 10, 2015, 4:34 pm

    That's all good advice. Damn, Reddit is awesome.

    A couple thoughts: maybe I didn't make this clear in my original post, but let me be plain. If I tell our parents about this my sister will be sent back to the "hospital". That might be for the best, in truth, but I don't want to be the cause of it. "Julie" has never told me exactly why, but she's said that her last time there (she's been there twice) was the worst experience of her life. One of the most heart-wrenching moments of my life was seeing her after a three week stay about a year ago. She cried in my arms about it.

    I won't and can't do anything to cause such an experience again for her. Period. So I have to keep our parents in the dark.

    I'm starting to realize, though, that I do need to talk to her. Hell, maybe I should just tell her to post her concerns/worries/etc to Reddit.

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  • emmster

    emmster

    March 10, 2015, 7:52 am

    You're right. I had the numbers off. 25-29 is the range I meant to cite. And, actually, that's the healthiest range. (I haven't had enough sleep the last few days.) Mentally change the numbers, and the point still stands.

    >When insurance companies are talking about obesity, maybe. But when the layperson talks about obesity, s/he just thinks "obese" is a fancy word for "fat", and applies his/her personal standard for "fat" to make the decision.

    That's exactly the point. We need to know what we're talking about. We need to realize that obesity is not the "epidemic" the media has tried to make it.

    >So why do you think people think of each other as beautiful at all, if not for the ev-psych-proposed reasons related to fertility?

    Because I'm talking about *the beauty standard.* Individual attraction is a different thing. I know people of all shapes and sizes who have partners. I know women who are barely in the 3 digits in weight, and women over 400 pounds who have borne healthy babies. So, obviously fertility and attraction are not confined to the social beauty ideal. Trouble is, too many people think it is. That's bullshit.

    I'll probably have more to say after I've slept.

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  • kirkleton

    kirkleton

    March 10, 2015, 8:41 pm

    >“the universe is not the universe of Mr. Newton anymore, it is not infinite, it is finite, it started at some point, and is in constant expansion.”

    Einstein overthrew some of Newton's ideas we were sure were laws. This isn't exactly new.

    >“an incredibly delicate balance of 17 cosmological constants. If any of them would be off by one part of a tenth at a forty potency, we would be dead and the universe would not be what it is.”

    Well no shit, the universe *is* what it is precisely because those laws are in effect. You are also here because you were *not* hit by a car yesterday. If those laws were not the way they were, we would not be here discussing it. Just like you would not be here if you were hit by that car. Neither really have to do with the argument at hand.

    >“Every single Big Bang model shows the existence of what scientists call a ‘singularity,’ and the existence of each singularity demands the existence of an external ‘element’ to the universe,”

    Sooooo that leaves us with exactly... an infinite number of possibilities that we cannot at this point explore? I'm pretty sure that sexy ball of pasta is behind this.

    >“The concept at this point is clear: nothing is nothing, and from nothing, nothing comes, since nothing is... nothing!” Fr. Spitzer said, to explain the fact that contemporary astrophysics demands “something with sufficient power to bring the universe into existence.”

    Well, first there wasn't nothing, there was the singularity. Then BAM. What lies beyond that something still remains a puzzle.

    > “There is no way to ignore the fact that it demands the existence of a singularity and therefore of a Creator outside space and time,”

    Creator with a capital C, how nice. Exactly how does this demand the existence of a creator? Oh wait, there was no follow up. "I cannot adequately explain something, therefore fairies did it" is also not a great argument.

    >“What can we conclude of this? First that the Creator is really smart... and second that it must be a loving one, because He could choose so many more violent and chaotic alternatives, that it really has to make you wonder.”

    And what about this universe is not chaotic and violent? The universe EXPLODED. A shitton of stars formed then FUCKING EXPLODED AGAIN. THIS HAPPENS A LOT. Galaxies are pretty BUT GET FUCKING TORN UP WHEN THEY MEET. Some planets formed, SOME FUCKING SMASH INTO EACH OTHER and sometimes end up orbiting one another. Life formed on at *least* one of those planets and evolved BY RELENTLESSLY KILLING EACH OTHER. Millions of species have evolved AND MOST OF THOSE DON'T EVEN EXIST ANYMORE.

    Anyway, absolutely no new information is provided in this article. Exactly ZERO new arguments are proposed. Other than a sad regurgitation of the first cause argument. Just shoot me already.

    Not bagging on you submitter and fellow redditor. This shit just bugs me

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  • hwkns

    hwkns

    March 11, 2015, 5:00 am

    A total legal commercial legalization with free access to effect a sea change is needed. Stark public warnings coupled with effective rehab, education and community support should replace the police solution except in case of minors. Individuals should take responsibility for screwing up their lives and becoming addicted,families will have to work harder to motivate and educate its members to avoid the pitfalls. Until civilization truly bites the bullet and learns to accommodate the presence of such drugs without resorting to repressive strategies that automatically makes such activity

    romantic and attractive to youth there will never be a solution to the problem. Sorry to say but Darwinian logic needs a free hand to sort out society and individuals. I would bet that if this would be allowed to happen society would adjust in very few generations. Heroin is a bitch but I know many who have survived due to a fact of changing circumstances in their lives such as meaning or maturity -several did not.

    Having a possibly lethal legal danger omnipresent is not the end of the world after all, we tolerate teenagers and cars.

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  • AllThatJazz

    AllThatJazz

    March 10, 2015, 9:08 pm

    Yes I agree with Danteck about the harddrive issue.

    At my office, the server hard drive does most of the brute-force work: constantly reading/writing and dishing out files, as well as synchronizing emails with Exchange. A good, fast, hard-drive set up is key. If your server has an amazingly fast processor and lots of RAM, but is perpetually waiting on the hard-drive, then all that processor power is semi-wasted.

    Also hard-drives tend to be the most common point of failure in my experience. So I would agree with a Raid 1 setup to provide constant mirroring and backup.

    With a RAID-1 setup, whatever is written to disk-A, is automatically also written to disk-B. So if disk-A fails, then the CPU will automatically switch over to Disk-B, and keep the office running off of Disk-B entirely. End users won't even notice. But the server-CPU will start beeping and alerting you that disk-A failed. you can then take your time and replace disk-A, all the while the office keeps running smoothly off of disk-B.

    Also keep in mind that a crashed hard drive or bad sector can bring down the entire network, and plunge the office into a paralyzed scenario if you are not using RAID-1.

    So good hard-drives, setup in a RAID-1 fashion is too often overlooked. You can always expand RAM later on, very easily, as RAM gets cheaper. But expanding hard-drives is more difficult and tedious. So always start with great, high quality, fast, amazing hard-drives for your network setup.

    As for the client computers, Danteck seems to feel that the current version of Windows-Vista is good enough. I think he's right.

    But nevertheless, you might want to wait the month for Windows-7. I hear nothing but good things about Windows-7... I think Windows-7 will become the new "XP" and it will probably become the new defacto windows version for many years just like XP did. Again, the current version of Vista is probably very good now... and might be just as good as the new Windows-7... but since Windows-7 will become the new popular, hip, and trendy version of Windows, then you may as well get the office on the bandwagon, and running Windows-7.

    (I haven't been excited about a new operating system in many years now, but I'm fairly excited about Windows-7)

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  • Cassio

    Cassio

    March 10, 2015, 6:13 pm

    > could have led to a PR nightmare

    If this is about your personal choices and what you post and do not post online as a private person and not the corporate drone then they have no right to fire you. Apparently they can rationalize as well as you did once. That reasoning though has holes so big a cannon ball could fit.

    But this seems to be not the issue here. I congratulate you first on having found that you alone are responsible for your life and your choices define your life. I know people who to this day subscribe to personal responsibility but still do not see their own faults and I think looking back that you realized some of the mistakes you made. Secondly, I hope you can pull yourself out of your depression. If a therapy is maybe not financially sound right now then you might go the 'cheap' route and consult a trusted friend. Talking with someone who understands you (family/friends) can help a great deal and can lighten your burden just like that.

    I wish you all well in this process of self-actualization. It is a difficult road ahead but the reward will be a self lead life.

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  • eleitl

    eleitl

    March 10, 2015, 7:23 pm

    > It seems like you've gone through more rough shit than most people.

    Actually not, but I've seen bad shit happen to people (and whole countries, in fact). I also can project current trends (employment, economic growth, health insurance, retirement funding) sufficiently into the future to know that the current system will break a few years to a decade into the future. This can well result in a currency collapse, so in the worst case we're for some serious rough time ahead. (I'm not in the US, YMMV).

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  • repoman

    repoman

    March 11, 2015, 8:39 am

    In terms of humane treatment, I agree that free range hunting is much better than the torturous life of many farm animals.

    However, I respectfully disagree that hunting is ethical because when people hunt, they typically look for the most mature, healthy-looking animal in the pack since it has more points, is meatier or might have a more valuable pelt. In that respect, we're working AGAINST nature because natural selection would usually cull the weakest of the herd.

    What we are in fact often doing while hunting is killing the strong so the weak survive, which is why it doesn't surprise me when genetic deformities seem to flourish or new diseases like Chronic Wasting Disease suddenly appear. That being the case, I feel hunting is often a detriment to the balance of the ecosystem. We see so many places oscillate between deer over/underpopulation because hunting too many deer can starve the wolves whom nature put there to maintain deer population, which can subsequently lead to even more deer overpopulation. We might therefore hunt deer even more the next year, punishing the struggling wolf population yet again. At some point, we finally tip the scales by killing so many deer that the wolves all die or move along, and just when we scratch our heads at where the wolves all went, suddenly the deer population we thought we finally had under control fucking explodes. That's what I just saw happen up in Wisconsin over the past few years, and I suspect it's a pattern that repeats itself all over and all because nature can't always keep up with mankind.

    I'm not sure if studies have or even CAN be reliably done, but I wonder what deer versus wolf populations look like in areas far away from civilization where hunters don't go. My guess is the deer/wolf populations would be far less volatile than in areas where mankind arbitrarily interferes. That said, if there were a specific number of tags allowed each year in a geographic region that wasn't allowed to change and if hunters harvested weak animals instead of trophies, I'm sure nature would quickly figure out how to adjust to our impact. It's the arbitrary nature of deer tag volumes and the fact that we almost always take the BEST animals that worries me.

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