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  • drodspectacular

    drodspectacular

    March 10, 2015, 8:35 pm

    Thanks, I'll also clarify what I said. For an example, Company A has a set of computational tasks they'd like to achieve, knows little about software, or anything outside of the world of Microsoft (other than the really radical hippsters buy Macs) and decides to buy proprietary software and license for a package that meets 90% of their needs 75% of the time, with a decrease in efficiency over time until said liscense expires and designed software obsolescence. Then company A finds out later that they could have hired Linux programmers to write exactly what they needed,(if it wasn't readily available already) and for equal or less money than their now expired software license (with no access to source code or ability to alter it). Company A says, "wow, this open source stuff is more efficient, reliable and cost effective." This situation described above is one basic scenario a free-market capitalist type would tout as an ideally competitive situation. That's all I meant.

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  • kubutulur

    kubutulur

    March 10, 2015, 8:10 am

    Incorrect.

    There is gov't issued money and private money. gov't issued money is roughly 5% of the money outstanding.

    Gov't money roughly doubled, but the increase did not go out into the economy. It was given to banks which put it back to the fed for excess reserves earnings about a quarter percent per year, but the sum is huge around 900B.

    The private credit is collapsing due to defaults at a much faster rate than what actually went into the economy - hence net drain of credit.

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  • yoits3030

    yoits3030

    March 11, 2015, 4:44 am

    Chickenshit behavior? I call your high school bus lingo and raise: I triple dog dare you to happily accept a life sentence, like a man, without wanting to escape. You see sir I have one life to live and I'll be dammed if I spend it in a jail cell. Obviously I do not take actions that would warrant this, but if I felt that the system wanted me to disappear to a jail cell, well I'd rather disappear to France.

    P.S.: I do not, in anyway, condone what Polanski did. To me a little girl got raped, and there is a price to pay to society. The problem with this very case is that it is a matter of the credibility of the law. No one should think that they can escape prosecution after a certain amount of time lapses.

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  • acerchaser

    acerchaser

    March 10, 2015, 11:55 am

    I think it would be more accurate with 30 days of 20/4 and 60 days of 12/12 to average out the runs.

    As well as your figure of .45g/w is pretty conservative, I'd gander someone who didn't know what they were doing could put out .75g/w with a 1kw fixture.

    But none of that matters because indoor growing was scarce compared to outdoors back then, and the issue deals more on inflation than it does base costs. Adj for inflation $12 is around $86-100 now, and combined with a much less prevalent black market economy you would expect it to be that cheap.

    This is also confirmed by many allegorical tales I have heard from old stoners. Most hippies will gladly recount the days of the ounces of panama red for less than $20.

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  • KaylaChinga

    KaylaChinga

    March 10, 2015, 11:08 am

    You bring up the very heart of the matter. I am glad this question was asked.

    Therapy is hard work. You have to confront your own responsibilities and examine why you have abdicated control in your own life to some set of forces outside yourself. A friendship probably cannot withstand the hostility and pain associated with realizing patterns and habits that are not working. Plus, a friend is person with their own life -- a therapist, when you are with them, is not, really. While they rely on their training and emotional awareness, they focus solely on you. They don't redirect the conversation to what is bothering them. A friend might not have the patience for the amount of time it can take.

    And do you really want to share all you embarrassing shit with a person who might gossip? The horror...

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  • MasterDave

    MasterDave

    March 10, 2015, 7:59 am

    Well, the graffiti is 3 blocks away from the Bay and 3 blocks away from the Giants baseball park.

    it's not really an inner city industrial park but that's what South of Market used to be 10 years ago. It's slowly (very slowly) turning into a half-decent neighborhood with overpriced condos and coffee shops but that's going to take a while longer.

    It's not that sketchy but pricing out the riffraff takes a lot longer than 10 years. Not that they're not trying, because they totally are...

    It's not a terrible place to live or work but it's not the best either. You'd probably call it a nicer area if it were in an industrial park off in the middle of nowhere because at least there you're not having to step over a few homeless people on your way to lunch every day.

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  • elfgod

    elfgod

    March 10, 2015, 6:49 pm

    > (average mental maturity age recommended for sexual decisions)

    Who recommends this and what science is it based on? (I think the burden of proof should be on whoever wants to restrict someone's freedoms based on a statement like that which may or may not be a myth.)

    Also, if there is an average age of mental maturity why is it totally different in varying states and varying countries? How does it make sense to condemn someone for being attracted to someone of a certain age because they happen to live in a particular area?

    Also, in some jurisdictions, these laws don't apply to teenagers consenting to sex with someone within their own age group, only with someone significantly older. Why does this supposed "age recommended for sexual decisions" only apply to sex with someone older?

    Unless there is some logical answers to these questions, I applaud violentacrez for stepping up against a bandwagon perpetuating a bias that makes no sense, and persecutes people based on prudish myths.

    To the downvoters: I'm terribly sorry for bringing logical questions to your mindless hate party, I don't know what came over me.

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  • arbitrarystring

    arbitrarystring

    March 11, 2015, 7:32 am

    You are obviously an IT person. I am too, and I get all of your counter-points to the original article. Most people's eyes would glaze over and they'd struggle to find the red X to make it go away pretty quick if they read your article. I own a retail computer repair joint, and I meet ordinary non-tech people every single day. The thing is as I see it, the original author was spot on. Just today I spoke with a woman who had no idea what to do because a certain icon on her desktop was not in the same spot. I asked her to look at her desktop, and she described two pens, a calendar and at least three postit notes. She wanted her bank's web site, and without her shortcut that somebody set up for her, she had no idea of how to find a major bank's site. I asked her to do a google search and she did, but didn't understand the concept of clicking on a link. This is a really extreme example, but I see variations on it all day long. The truth is people seem to learn how to use computers only to the extent that they are forced to by their job. Otherwise they don't give a flying turd.

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  • tripdub

    tripdub

    March 11, 2015, 1:03 am

    **To The Guy Who I Just Hit With My Bike (Columbus Circle)**

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    To the guy who just stepped out in front of me in front of the Hudson Hotel,

    I WAS going the wrong way against traffic on 58th st....My Bad.

    Although walking 101 dictates looking BOTH ways before crossing the street....Your Bad

    When I screamed go back to wherever the F*** you came from, I assumed you had just walked out of the Hudson Hotel, and you were just an another asshole here for a convention. The fact that you were of Arab decent had nothing to do with it and I apologize if that sounded incredibly racist. My knee was bleeding and I had just flown over my handlebars and smacked into the pavement, so I was pissed. I'm sorry for sounding like a bigot asshole....thats not what I meant.

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  • auandi

    auandi

    March 10, 2015, 3:12 pm

    No denying that.. Money helps. There really is almost no area of anything that money doesn't give you an advantage in.

    But the thing that powerful lobbyists can deliver is votes not money. The most powerful lobbyists have money yes, but the difference between having the congressman call them back or not is can they change votes. If you get a bad NRA rating there are large areas of the country that will never ever ever elect you. Same with the AARP or some unions. All these have money but in the end money doesn't win elections, votes do.

    So the "slickest" lobbyists can enter in, know the congressman's district, have the power to deliver or drive away votes and be trusted. Money helps with this stuff but there is nothing sinister about the way lobbying actually works 99.9% of the time. Every once in a while there is outright bribery but non-lobbyists try that too.

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  • CannedMango

    CannedMango

    March 11, 2015, 7:02 am

    Your first mistake in this post is attempting to be rational. Oh, don't get me wrong... everything you wrote makes perfect sense... to US. No one that needs to read it ever will and no one who thinks like Beck will every be able to wrap their heads around logical arguments without shouting down everything you say as heresy.

    The ONLY way to fix this is to educate the crap out of kids. The smarter the population, the faster religion will go away. Maybe 200 years from now there will exist a world where all (remaining) religions have the status of "cult" and no sane person would ever think that stating their religion would give them a leg up in politics. One can dream can't they?

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  • dnew

    dnew

    March 11, 2015, 1:00 am

    I'm speaking specifically of your "source escrow" idea. I've never heard of it before, so maybe you could tell me where you heard about it so I could look at the FSF's opinions on it.

    I have nothing against software authors putting whatever restrictions they want on their own code. I just don't understand how "freedom" and "if you sell your binaries then you have to give away your source code, even if nobody else contributed" jibes with software freedom.

    BTW, no software is necessary, so I don't see why free software is necessary in any sense of the word.

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  • majorneo

    majorneo

    March 11, 2015, 2:02 am

    Some of us don't want a federally mandated and funded program within our states that exceeds the abilities of our tax base. In addition, at some point this will obviously cause (along with all the other federal programs) federal tax rates on people over 50-60k to be in the 50% range which is our prime tax base.

    In time, it is clear to some of us here on the hill, that these programs will effectively cause our legislatures to be enslaved to the federal government because they can no longer raise money within the states to cover everything and will increasingly turn to the federal governemnt as their main finance source. With that, we give up a ton of control over things within our own states effectively making us simply extensions of the federal government. Look at the cap and trade bill - states will have their building codes federalized. Under the stimulous bill maryland legislatures are furious because they did not realize they were giving up their water rights because taking the money required them to comply with the clean water act.

    This is a huge choice we are making people and it is a heck of a lot more than health care at stake here. I am a DEM and proud of it but we are going to be giving up a heck of a lot if we pass this.

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  • danjayh

    danjayh

    March 10, 2015, 7:47 am

    The fire department is run by the local government, which is another matter entirely. In fact, if the state government were to decide to implement social healthcare, in response to demand from the people, I wouldn't have a problem with it (I would still be opposed to it, and I probably would move to a different state, I just wouldn't think it was something that the state had no business doing). I believe strongly in limiting the powers of the federal government to those explicitly granted by the constitution (it was written by really smart guys, and they wrote it the way they did for really good reasons, which one can't adequately address in a reddit comment), and delegating everything else to the states. The fire department is even more local (at the city level, usually), and thusly I'm fine with it -- it's (mostly) controlled by a (relatively) small group of people who are directly affected by it.

    tl;dr -- The fire department is fine. It's local.

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  • howdytest

    howdytest

    March 11, 2015, 6:26 am

    Ya know, there was a browswer mmo called uplink (maybe...?). The concept was that you were a hacker competting with other hackers for cash. You'd upgrade computer hardware and software. Here's where i get fuzzy. You may or may not have been able to code your own viruses. If you were, it wasn't "code", it was you buy this ability and that ability and bamm, new virus.

    Reading your question, a "hacking" mmo was the first thing that came to mind. Naturally, if you can dumb it down so the masses can play too, it could actually be a feasible project (financially at least). However, you could raise the sophistication so that uber coders can write viruses, anti-viruses, and firewalls. Maybe the description of "sandbox programming mmo" applies? Either way, it's an idea that i've always thought would be fun. And i'm not even in the CS field, i just do some hobby programming.

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  • pyrrhus

    pyrrhus

    March 10, 2015, 5:15 am

    The problem with electric engines is that they only eliminate one type of pollution, that of the engine. They do however amplify the pollution emitted for producing the energy (most forms of electric plants are very polluting) and also exacerbate many other problems of cars and motorcycles, since a pseudo-green engine conveys the illusion that it is morally neutral (or even virtuous!). But any kind of car (or motorocycle) pollutes, kills, and pushes to a suburb-type of urban development (which is in itself a big problem I think).

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  • busterjohnt

    busterjohnt

    March 11, 2015, 12:58 am

    Hahaha! Just minutes after I posted at 6:44 pm above, it appeared at the "We read J$ so you do have to" (love that name!) spot. I wondered just how compulsively john t and his two pals obsess over this site, so I posted the above, making it just the sort of bait they couldn't resist. Sure enough, they went for it hook, line, and sinker. Hey jt, thanks for reading J$P, and thanks for confirming just how closely you read it. You can go report to Brodsky now. LOL!

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    Yeah Dollar, that was your mission. Why don't you tell us all another one of your lies to prove how ignorant you really are.

    Oh, and Dollar. Thanks for reading this site. HAHAHAHA! You pitiful little man.

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  • AnteChronos

    AnteChronos

    March 11, 2015, 3:51 am

    Okay, I'm not going to be the "you have so much to live for" guy. But two things. First, if you were really dedicated to killing yourself, you wouldn't go ask for advice where you *know* people are going to try to talk you out of it. Which means that you **want** to be talked out of it.

    Secondly:

    >I AM going to kill my self but i don't have a gun and i wont hang or poison my self.

    If you really wanted to kill yourself, you'd be perfectly okay with hanging or poison. You're purposefully ruling out the easy stuff to make it harder for you to do. So it's clear that you don't actually want to kill yourself.

    You appear to want help, so get help. Preferably professional help instead of random internet people.

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  • alpacalypse

    alpacalypse

    March 10, 2015, 8:05 am

    Perhaps I should have specified that I was talking primarily about national politics. State and local politics bring all sorts of different meanings to the terms democrat and republican. One might look at New York city, one of the most reliably Democratic areas in the country when it comes to national elections, and their reliable election and reelection of Republican mayors for much of the city's history. Or, conversely, the frequent and reliable election of democrats as governors of southern states.

    The phenomenon reminds me of how, in Britain, an English-speaking country on whose system ours is partially based, the two major parties are not immediately identifiable as analogous to Democrats and Republicans. Sets of beliefs that seem to go together naturally to us don't always seem so to the British public, and vice versa. The same is true between the individual states: the demographics, geography and history of a state define the political dialogue for that state and often redraw party lines differently from those in the national dialogue.

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  • thecheatah

    thecheatah

    March 11, 2015, 3:11 am

    I would say that there are a lot of people who describe the world the way you do. Some have people close to them who hurt them. They complain all the time but do not leave. Others have society push them into a corner, with the excuse that it is trying to protect them, but in reality had them live through the worst possible experiences.

    Life is tough. Its easy to think that you need to depend on others to continue with your life. It seems like that you are too attached to people around you and let there opinions get to you. Dont worry about other's opinions or try to impress them. Focus on yourself. Figure out what you want to do with life. Find out what makes you happy. Start by exploring yourself.

    Don't worry about what your Mom thinks or what the people at charities think. Don't go to charities to help out others, but yourself. Always be selfish. Think about your needs and what you want. Other beings/people are very similar to you. You should see your charity work as you helping out yourself. Its as if there hunger is yours because you know what it feels like to be hungry. You get nothing else but the knowledge that you satisfied hunger. It doesnt matter whose.

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  • leedlebug

    leedlebug

    March 10, 2015, 11:40 am

    Grocery shopping itself doesn't have a colour, so the colours in my mind are based on whatever else is going through my mind. If I'm in a particular mood, or thinking about something that has an associated colour, then I'll see that colour. For example, if I'm thinking of how I'm looking forward to hanging out with my little brother on wednesday, I'll see some combination of purple (my brother's colour), acid green (excited/happy) and dark red (wednesday). I mean, I'll still see the grocery store it whatever colours it happens to be, but I'll have a colour in my mind.

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  • thrakhath

    thrakhath

    March 10, 2015, 4:54 pm

    That's all a very good point, I didn't realize he was a citizen. I still can't really fault the police though. Put yourself in their shoes, a frantic woman calls up and says some guy just grabbed her kids and drove off with intent to flee the country. You show up at the consulate and sure enough some guy in a hurry shows up with children matching her description and trying to leave the country. He says "Don't worry, they're my kids", what are the police going to do? "Oh, very good sir, woman on the phone must be deranged, carry on." Of course they are going to hold him until they can sort out the details, it's not like any of them are qualified to go over birth certificates and naturalization papers right then and there.

    I mean, it could still slide into blatant racism, and knowing Japanese police that wouldn't really surprise me. But almost everyone siding with the husband here is just as guilty of preferring the brave white hero over the child-stealing foreign devil. We don't have all the facts, we have a messy divorce and two bickering parents.

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