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  • zzybert


    March 11, 2015, 8:30 am

    >On 24 March 1975, Alex Mitchell, a 50-year-old bricklayer from King's Lynn, England, had died laughing while watching the Kung Fu Kapers episode of The Goodies, featuring a Scotsman in a kilt battling a vicious black pudding with his bagpipes. After twenty-five minutes of continuous laughter Mr. Mitchell finally slumped on the sofa and expired from heart failure. His widow later sent the Goodies a letter thanking them for making Mr. Mitchell's final moments of life so pleasant.

    That one nearly finished me off right there.


  • IAmScott


    March 10, 2015, 11:34 pm

    Well to be honest, much of humanity is not deserving of it. I find it much more difficult to be grounded, alive, and truly happy amongst the rat-race and tides of greed and desire in the modern world. Humanity does not have a bright beacon of hope on its horizon, if any at all. The only worth-while endeavor any one person can take is to find their own personal inner truth. Take a step back from the thongs and masses, take a deep breath, and have a good objective look at yourself as you stand alone. For if we are unable to distinguish our own inner awareness from the constant false egoic demands and desires of modern life, humanity will never achieve wholeness, happiness, nor harmony. This rift extends beyond nations, continents, communities, and families. It exists within ourselves. Everyone has become mad with assuming the inner thought-stream is who they are, that it is normal to identify one's self with false ideas, fleeting emotions, and flawed opinions. There is only one awareness in each of us. It requires no thought, no emotion, and no identification. It merely is. When this egoic separation has been experienced, and true awareness emerges, the divine beauty in the world appears, untainted by thoughts, ideas, opinions, and words. True happiness is experienced.

    It is ironic that the simple task of not thinking is so difficult, but with practice, inner awareness grows stronger. Good luck with whatever path you choose, and take as much of a rest as you need. Sleep is wonderful. New days bring new opportunities. Just remember to keep an eye on those thoughts. Don't judge them, just watch them. Thinking, with the exception of solving simple problems, generally makes more of them.


  • randonymous


    March 10, 2015, 7:18 am

    You must admit that his leap of logic is in no way dissimilar to the leap in logic taken to support the concept of death panels.

    He says: "If they do nothing the current inequities in the system will kill people; therefore, they want to kill people."

    Where that crazy lady on Jon Stewart said "If they do something, it will be expensive, and they can't pay for everyone, so someone will not get covered and will die; therefore they want to kill people."

    It's disingenuous. The sad part is, that on both sides, that is what gets people fired up.


  • oscarnovember


    March 10, 2015, 2:09 pm

    I think I may have seen the turtle you're looking for. I was at the bar the other night having a couple beers and I struck up a conversation with this pretty brunette. I bought her a drink and we got to talking and decided to play some pool. I found out that she was a reporter and also that she could kick my ass at billiards.

    She was telling me about some of the messed up stuff that she has seen and I was a little buzzed and trying to show off by making some trick shots. I could tell she was buying all my bravado and I was already planning out the rest of the night, when I decided to make a jump shot. I almost never make these, but I felt good and was watching the ball fly through the air, when suddenly I heard a CRACK.

    I couldn't believe my eyes as the follow through brought the end of a nun-chuck flashing a couple inches from my face. As I whipped my head around, I saw the cue ball rocket right through my beer glass. I started to turn back to see who did this, but he brushed right past me to our table and picked up my slice of pizza in one hand and April in the other.

    He was wearing an overcoat and hat, but April seemed more nonplussed than worried, and I caught a glimpse of what appeared to be an orange bandana when I tried to see his face. Before I could get my wits together, he took off out the door with my prospective date for the evening over his shoulder.

    I ran after them, but got clothes-lined in the stomach right when I exited the bar. I lay there, gasping for air and saw that the man who hit me was almost the exact same size and dressed the same as the guy who stole April and my pizza. The only difference was a flash of purple instead of orange under the brim of his hat.

    I don't know that I would have even put it together with your ad except that I could have sworn both their faces were green and I thought I saw reptilian feet under the hem of the overcoats as they left, along with any chance I had of getting laid that night.


  • rhammonsster


    March 11, 2015, 1:27 am

    I am not a pedo, nor would I assume are any others who subscribe to /r/jailbait. it sickens me to think any person would want to look at a 7 year old sexually. but be honest, what red-blooded male doesn't appreciate the beauty of a 15 . 16. 17 year old female who has the glow of a woman not corrupted, jaded or used by life? asaturn? I won't question your intelligence, that would only make me feel superior to you. I will say this though, look up both jailbait and pedophile on wiki and see if you can't learn to distinguish the two.


  • 2100Science


    March 10, 2015, 10:43 am

    If you think that your blood, cells or tissues that are leftover as part of a medical procedure end up in trash in the hospital, you may need to rethink. Human cells, tissues and genes are now the object of investment and global trade. Although trade in human organs is prohibited, ambiguity arises in case of trade of cells and tissues. Many scientists and pharmaceutical companies are interested in those resources. This video brings forward the case of John Moore who was suffering from a rare and deadly form of leukemia. He got his spleen removed in a hospital but his doctor David Goldie studied his cells and found that his cells were capable of producing enormous amount of hormone CSF which can be used in cancer treatment. Dr. Goldie teamed up with a pharma giant and doctor Tom Maniatis in order to explore the commercial possibilities of the cells. But in 1984 John Moore initiated a legal action against the patent application by the doctors.


  • xenocidal


    March 11, 2015, 7:40 am

    Thanks for wishing me luck cencal, I may need it. My Fluids and Thermo classes are separated (thankfully). I know they have similar basics, but I find I'm enjoying fluids a great deal, while thermo is not so fun. Maybe it's a difference in professors though. Or maybe it's just my own personal preference.

    I like to hear that I may use a lot of the different disciplines. They're all pretty interesting to me, thermo is the only one so far that I haven't really had a "taste" for.

    Besides that, it's quite refreshing to hear these sorts of things from actual engineers. I don't get the opportunity to hear from very many and it's always exciting for me. Thanks again for the comment.


  • wonkifier


    March 11, 2015, 3:14 am

    > it's only the worst case scenarios we read about in the gutter press such as the Daily Mail

    No. I knew one of those teachers I mentioned. It's not just a story.

    > choose not to be a strong male role model, especially to boys with single mothers

    There are ways to be a strong role model to boys without being a school teacher. Ways that involve less of a risk of false accusations.

    > Looking at statistics you'd be okay

    That's the funny thing about statistics. The lottery is completely sunk money, except for that one winner.

    > why let rational metrics such as percentages get in the way of your decision to "not take the risk"?

    Have you been in court to defend charges of abuse against you? I have. Not sexual charges, but I have.

    Have you had a restraining order placed against you forcing you to have no contact with your housemate's daughter for a month, give up all your weapons, and open your house to an investigator because of a false accusation by a friend's mother? I have.

    Did you have to settle a case against you because you employer was included on the suit and their lawyer "hinted" that your failure to entertain a settlement offer would "reflect poorly on you"? [read: if you don't settle, the company will decide you're not worth the fees and protect itself] I have.

    Do you know how I would support my family after losing my job like that? Have you *seriously* had to consider it? I have.

    Have you ever been forced out on the street while your child is emotionally abused because of a bias in the system against men? My housemate has.

    Have you ever lost a friend, coincidentally a male high-school teacher, because he was charged and couldn't get a job in his field again? I have (How did I lose him you might ask? He just disappeared... he got seriously depressed, and just disappeared. Parents haven't seen him, his other friends haven't seen him... he's just went poof)

    >why let rational metrics such as percentages get in the way of your decision to "not take the risk"

    Because I have seen the lottery winners. I have been with the lucky few that make up some of those statistics. Theyr'e not just statistics to me.

    I'm not saying everyone should avoid being teacher... but it ain't for me at this point. Later on, maybe. But for now, no.

    >These boys don't need your help...

    No, the volunteer work I do doesn't help at all. Making sure that I'm never with a strangers' kids unless I'm with one of the other parents is much easier this way, and I still get to help.

    Keeping a disabled vet (my housemate) and his daughter off the streets doesn't help anyone either... no. If I'm not helping your particular group of people in the way you think I should be, I'm a waste of space, naturally.

    I know my tolerances at this point. I know what level of stress and the number of simultaneous sources of it I can handle without cracking is. I know what is on my public record because I couldn't afford to get it wiped out. All anyone who does a background check will see is "restraining order", they won't see or care about the fight I went through to get it killed. [Odds are right now, I probably couldn't get hired to be a teacher because of it.] Hell, my housemate didn't get hired for several jobs because he had a similar order against him (enacted without a chance to fight it), because the company couldn't take the risk... and the only reason he's not on the street right now is I'm helping him out.

    > You could man up, take the risk

    Fuck you. You don't know me. I help. I do good in this world where I can. Don't tell me to "man up".


  • coolmanmax2000


    March 11, 2015, 7:03 am

    Factor VIII is a lifesaving treatment for people who would otherwise have to spend their entire lives worrying about bleeding to death from the most minor of injuries. I don't understand how this is a "eugenics weapon." It's like saying an epi-pen is a "eugenics weapon" for people with severe allergies to common foods. Also a viral load assay is not going to kill anyone if it doesn't work, it just won't give accurate readings of the viral load in the blood. Even with the expedited approval, it will be fairly apparent whether or not the test works. If it does, it's a great new diagnostic tool, if it doesn't then we need to find another way to do it; it doesn't really hurt anyone.


  • terronk


    March 10, 2015, 7:41 am

    Move. Out. Of. Utah.

    Seriously, the world outside of Mormonland is pretty awesome. This is just my advice, and I understand you may have things keeping you in Utah, but maybe you should give some serious thought to getting away. Maybe try a suburb outside of a big western (or southern) city if you don't want to suffer too much culture shock. You're going to enjoy meeting new friends who aren't Mormon. Would your wife move with you if you wanted to go? Do you have a job that might be able to transfer you to another office?

    I congratulate your courage and wish you luck, whatever you decide to do.


  • scstraus


    March 10, 2015, 7:48 am

    _Sigh_ I know this perspective on the issue and disagree with it. Do you really propose that we all have special monitoring equipment to measure the pollution in the air over out house (which I don't believe is even covered by property rights), and then to try to trace that pollution back to it's creator so that we may sue them?

    If you really believe that will work, you are living in a fantasy land.

    I'm not even going to get into the global warming debate with you. I hope you're not so far gone to at least believe in air pollution.


  • withnailandI


    March 10, 2015, 4:20 pm

    That article talked about percentages over a period of time. WWII killed about 60 million people in 5 years. WWI about 10 million. (This is not counting injuries.) Both wars set whole continents ablaze with violence. Not even mentioning WWII's capacity and genius for mechanized and automated murder and total war.

    But if you detach the numbers from the context and spread those deaths throughout the whole 20th century I guess you could indeed say the 20th was the most peaceful in human history. You would be equivocating, but you could say it.


  • confused123456


    March 11, 2015, 5:20 am

    Ok this is only being said since it can never be traced to who I am in person BUT I find that since he is a nerd he kind of read alot about the female orgasm... and different techniques (I seriously asked and idk if he is joking or not about this)

    Case in point I get them hahah quite a bit. See guys who get loads of women hardly ever will try to hone their orgasm giving skills. I hear all my friends bitch and moan (no pun intended) how they have a hard time orgasming and if I wasn't worried women would flock and try to take him I would tell them that for me it is NOT an issue


  • umilmi81


    March 11, 2015, 6:17 am

    One of the arguments you hear about banning gun ownership is that guns can't protect you against the Government anymore. Police are institutionalized and militarized.

    What can a single citizen with a tiny handgun do to protect himself against a swat team in full body armor and an armored vehicle.

    The answer is, he can force the police to kill him. Pretty depressing, but it's an important tactic when fighting a Tyrant.

    When a police officer is forced to take your life, he is going to question his orders. He will question what he is doing. He will question why he is doing it. He may obey his commanding officer, he may not. Even if he does, he'll think about it. For a long time.

    If you don't have guns, there is no reason for a low level soldier to question the actions he is committing against his fellow citizens. With a gun, you force the issue. You force him to think. You force him to make a decision.

    You make it much harder for him to comply with rounding up all the X's and sending them off to Y in the name of Z.


  • karper


    March 11, 2015, 4:58 am

    I don't think KDE has a widget/systray icon by default that indicates whether you're connected or otherwise. (I'm using Arch and vanilla KDE packages, so I should have basically, a default KDE install).

    What you're seeing is probably something your distro packaged along with your install. And if it's knetworkmanager, then, 1) your distro is jumping the gun by packaging non-ready to use software and 2) the problem any ways lies with knetworkmanager (which I'll mention again - is not finished).

    This has little to do with KDE, I'm afraid. Still chuckle-worthy. Upvoted. :)


  • acegibson


    March 11, 2015, 3:01 am

    > Kirsch and Sapirstein's study never got the airtime it deserved. A serious, well-executed meta-analysis, it was quickly drowned out by a litany of other studies that assessed the efficacy of antidepressants in comparative terms with each other, rather than as a base-level investigation of efficacy, with each drug studied relative to placebo alone.

    So instead of letting the science speak for itself, the drug companies turned to muddying the waters to protect their profits. Not that that's surprising, but it just underscores the fact that science is not only opposed by various religious beliefs, it is also opposed by corporatism, at least when it produces an unfavorable result.


  • roxm


    March 11, 2015, 5:33 am

    But the switch from Adventure to Tower Defense is a big switch. Tower defense games don't need physics engines and collision detection, at least not for the core gameplay to be enjoyable.

    Again, I don't want to piss in your cornflakes, here. I'm just worried because your post tossed a few red flags for me.

    Artists can make decisions regarding how a character moves when he swings a sword, sure. And it's normal for them to do so for small efforts. But before you ask an artist to give you a sword animation, you should have a good idea about stuff like:

    * Would the guy even have a sword? Ancient Greeks depended much more on their heavy shields and spears more than swords or knives.

    * Is the sword-swinging going to be the only thing happening on the screen, like attacks in Final Fantasy, or will other things be happening at the same time?

    * Is there just one way for the hero to attack? Slice versus stab versus bludgeon with the hilt? Are those going to be initiated differently, or are they going to be randomly selected?

    * How far away from the camera is this going to take place? If it's far away, the motion will have to be exaggerated so that it comes across clearly.


  • amdela


    March 10, 2015, 5:48 pm

    Go do it all ready!!!!!! Don't settle for anything less in salary than 12 000 in Beijing or Shanghai, don't go anywhere for anything less than 7000 RMB a month. Make sure you either get a parting bonus of a month's salary or half airfare after a year. When you apply, send a simple copy of your resume, a current photo, and a scan of your passport with ID numbers and what not blacked out. is a great place to look for jobs. You will seriously receive 10-50 job offers per day. I wouldn't take any offer seriously that's written in really mangled English, that means you won't have a decent translator upon arrival. Once you start narrowing your field down, google the school - if there has been a previous problem with the school, the almightly google will know about it. Insist on the email address for a current or previous teacher at that school. Insist on pictures of your living accommodations.

    I highly recommend against brand new companies, they may fold at any time, leaving you SOL. Unless you want to teach 60 kids packed into a tiny room, I recommend against middle or primary schools. A lot of people bitch about chain schools, but I like the security of them - you know they aren't folding, and a lot of them have a good reputation (EF is a not a great one - Ive heard of a lot of people having a lot of problems with them). Don't go through a recruiter, you can find a job yourself easily.

    Unfortunately, I don't really have any insiders you can contact, but I promise, there are thousands of positions out there, you can find a good one in a week or two. Good luck, and if you decide to start looking, message me any time for more advice.


  • weezdog


    March 10, 2015, 8:58 am

    In Canada, we usually stick to rolling joints. No tobacco mixed with it. Occasionally we'll hit up the bongs and fancy equipment like vapourizers and stuff like that but the usual smoke is just two or three doobs spread over a couple hours. We smoke the first, then do whatever it is that we're doing, and as we start to come down we spark up another...etc.etc. I find it wasteful when someone smokes ALLL their weed at once! You can only get so high. Why not be high longer rather than really high then out.


  • TheBlueberryPirate


    March 10, 2015, 7:09 am

    I recommend trying to figure out HOW you learn when trying to answer this. Some people are auditory learners, some are visual learners, and some are tactile.

    I'm a visual learner so for ME the easiest way to memorize stuff is to write things out on a page so that they have some kind of relation to each other. then if I can recall any of the things I can move from those to the parts I want to remember. My wife who is an auditory learner would have an easier time by repeating the words out.


  • Shooter


    March 10, 2015, 10:01 am

    The off-duty cop was near retirement and did ANYTHING he wanted. He kind of looked and acted like Clint Eastwood (Present day Clint Eastwood...he was really old.)

    Here's a story from when he was ON-duty: he shot a deer from across a school playground *during recess.* When his partner about shit himself and started having a nervous breakdown, he says "What? I'm a good shot, you pussy. I'd only hit a kid if I meant to."

    I thought he was a cool guy at first (pre-playground shooting), but then he got comfortable enough around me to start telling his *really* racist jokes (which usually involved nooses and drowning 'n!GGy babies.')


  • Zhevra


    March 10, 2015, 8:40 am

    I hate to inform you of this but I dont play the stock market. So I did not make or loose any money. I like to look for the truth out there. All signs point to the FED as the one intentionally inflating the stock market ad pumping it up as high as it gotten. What do you think happens when they stop pouring money in there. According to your theory the stock market is the only true indicator of the economy. In my mind the stock market is the worst indicator of the strength of our economy. Why don't you look at where commodity prices are compared to the DXY for a better indicator. Zerohedge does not give stock pick advise BTW they try and get to the bottom of an HFT controlled stock market and expose it for what it really is a fraud and scam meant to separate everyday people from their hard earned money.


  • nofuture11


    March 10, 2015, 1:15 pm

    Yes, there are many people in prison who will openly brag about what they did.

    I really did my best to stay out of everyone's way and not associate myself with any groups or gangs, I simply wanted to do my time and get out. My sentence was actually longer than 96 months. It was 126, but go reduced due to good behavior.

    It is hard to answer your second question, nearly 1/3rd insist they are innocent.

    I only met one other guy who I would say was justified, his father molested him for years (and raped), and so he hit his father with a car and crushed him between the side of the garage and vehicle. Molestation really fucks people up, this guy had major emotional problems and I was always a bit wary around him.


  • Real_Mac_User


    March 10, 2015, 5:22 am

    That’s the sort of thing that passes unnoticed in the PC software world, where users don’t mind being served shit on silver platters. Here in the Apple ecosystem, however, this lack of polish could be interpreted as contempt for your would-be users, or, worse, evidence of the developer’s profound lack of taste.

    Then again, there are plenty of PC-minded folk strutting around with iPhones these days—with Macs too, for that matter—so these horrors may yet become more commonplace, especially as more PC developers with primitive aesthetic intuition follow their kind onto our platform. ’Tis unfortunate.


  • dsprox


    March 10, 2015, 6:26 am

    Savage Arms break action 12 gauge

    Remington Magnum 870 12 guage

    Stevens 16 guage

    Savage arms .22 repeater

    Winchester break action 28 guage

    2 bolt action .22s, one missing the bolt

    Old double barrel I will never use for fear of exploding in my face

    Last but not least, though I don't own it yet, when I turn 21 next year I will be buying a Colt .45 Gold Cup Trophy Edition handgun.

    Guns are fun, what else can I say? Besides being prepared for the inevitable zombie apocalypse.


  • Mourningblade


    March 11, 2015, 4:48 am

    Common concealment option not listed above: hip or small-of-the-back holster and you wear a concealment vest/jacket. This is a vest/jacket that tends to be cut a bit lower and lays in such a way as to conceal the bulk of a weapon - easily concealed the 1911 .45 my friend carries (not a small weapon, but not a Desert Eagle). Most of them look like something you'd order out of L. L. Bean.

    Works very well, very comfortable. I can't find a link online to the one my friend wears or I'd show you.


  • powerpants


    March 10, 2015, 9:28 pm

    I typed a long response to you, filled with well-formed sentences and clearly articulated arguments. But you don't get to read my elegant rebuttal, because you, sir, are a twat. You didn't even read my explanation, then you pretended I said things that you wish to argue against.

    And how skillfully you've placed your foot in your mouth by attacking the netflix charge without knowing that it's for my mother-in-law, a widow who lives alone.

    EDIT: One more thing. You seem to have missed the fact that this was a triumph. There's no boo-hooing.


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