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  • MrGlennBovineKoldys

    MrGlennBovineKoldys

    March 10, 2015, 6:44 pm

    I started posting at Think Progress after the moron paranoid Jeffy Bovine (olby sucks) started bragging about his thuper thuper thecreth throlling misssssion.

    Now that the TP regulars know about him, Jeffy Bovine still claims I make most posts at TP under different nicks.

    As far as I know, there is only one nick I can say I have seen at TP and News Hounds mains: Hooda-...

    In any case, when I tried to register under AAP, I couldn't. So I went with a similar nick of Marky's which could not be missed by Bovine.

    Bovine and his idiotic trolling reputation have become synonymous with remarkable stupid comments. So now TP regulars have a trend of stamping any stupid wingnut comment as "Bovine" as a reflection of its utter ignorance and vapidity.

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  • an0th3rr3dd1t0r

    an0th3rr3dd1t0r

    March 10, 2015, 5:36 pm

    Your appeal to emotion does nothing for me. Like a previous poster said, sell your TV, condo, etc. It's unfortunate that you no longer enjoy "a comfortable life", but that's life. Why should I or anyone else have to pay for your medication? Ask your family, friends or some charity. Also, why should any company insure you? You already have HIV. You don't get insurance after the fact. For example, if I didn't have auto insurance on my car and I wrecked the car in an accident, do you think I could get insurance to cover the damages AFTER THE FACT? I am also scared and enraged. I am scared that the government will take money from me for the likes of you and I am enraged at your sense of entitlement.

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  • NovemberXSun

    NovemberXSun

    March 10, 2015, 10:00 pm

    Another was about Benny, their friend who snored so loudly, they thought he was a bear at one time. E. Brown said his ears were blue, so he went for a walk. He saw this car go off the ledge, the guy got out, and ran the car off the cliff. Later on, the guy was claiming that he fell asleep at the wheel, and he was claiming the insurance on the NEW car. E. Brown said he saw what he saw, but they kept calling him a liar. But he figured it out. The car had worn out tires...the guys had sold the tires and replaced them with worn ones.

    Lol...guess that guy wasn't tired after all...

    YEAHHHHHHHHH!

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  • Wriiight

    Wriiight

    March 10, 2015, 7:57 pm

    I assume it is USB or Firewire? Just remember that it is quite a bit slower than an internal hard drive. A hard drive on an esata port would be just as good as an internal drive, but not many laptops have those. Don't know if anyone has any experience with an esata port on a cardbus slot.

    For applications you can easily run off of it, see portableapps.com. They have some specialized installations of common programs like firefox that will run off the portable drive, and you can even carry it to another computer and still run it.

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  • ogormask

    ogormask

    March 11, 2015, 8:14 am

    Nah if its real coke the sugar gets all sticky. Hell the booze alone is usually really sticky. I used to DJ and I had a rule... no one goes near the equipment. No one. Dickheads used to try and reach over and pretend like they were pressing the buttons. I would be cool to a certain point but if they got too near I would usually grab them and use their heads to open the doors with. I am not a big guy but if you are super aggressive they dont know what to expect. I took out many guys who would have kicked my ass any day of the week.

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  • mijj

    mijj

    March 10, 2015, 10:45 pm

    voting could be useful for filtering and information purposes. It'd allow you to highlight or filter out partic types of comments (if voting was extended to a range of qualities).

    i think, (i'm clinging to my idea) that having an option for up/downvoting based on the type of quality of a post would be useful.

    for instance .. i like silly/sarcastic/ironic posts which ridicule the subject - even though they might clash with my considered opinion. Someone who takes the subject seriously might not want to have to wade through those kinds of posts. .. so a "serious/silly" up/downvote option would be useful to allow someone to filter those out.

    at the moment, the vote *seems* to represent popularity of the comment even though people vote for a range of reasons. I find that *kind* of useful, it gives an idea of resonance of the point in the comment.

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  • tommy255

    tommy255

    March 10, 2015, 11:25 am

    So do you still feel like there's any good in the Mormon Church? I ask because I know a few folks that don't believe in it anymore, but remain in it as inactive / semi-active members because they think there's still some good, whether that be scouting for their kids or the sociality of the ward neighborhood, or just not to upset their families too much. They are pretty open about their unbelief, and local leaders recognize that and occasionally ask if they'd like to participate or help out with things (maybe help out with a blood drive, etc), but mostly just let them be.

    I don't know if that would work for you or if it would be too uncomfortable. Certainly, if you have a strong distaste not only for Mormon belief but also Mormon culture, then that's probably not what you're looking for, but you mentioned you were planning on staying in Utah for the time being, so I thought it would at least be a good thing to mention it.

    If you do take that route, I'd definitely suggest meeting with your bishop to tell him how it is. You know, lay it all out so that they don't get confused about what efforts they should take to "reactivate" you and send lots of people by trying to get you to come to Church all the time.

    No matter what you decide, whether to have your name removed from the records of the Church or keep them on and go inactive, you're going to have to have a "define the relationship" meeting with the Bishop anyway, right?

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  • swilts

    swilts

    March 11, 2015, 7:42 am

    Nice!

    We have the same problem with meds. If you or your spouse can get private insurance it is mandatory that you be covered by it. If you don't have insurance privately it is mandatory that you enroll in the provincial plan, which costs between 0$ and 585$ per year depending on family income. Also, generics are abundant. I pay so little for penicillin or beta-blockers because they're generics that sometimes it's not worth the effort to fill in the claim form, buy the envelope and stamps, and then mail it for my insurance to give back 12.75...

    I'm not sure about seizure meds here YMMV. Consider coming to Canada, it's a great country, I think we're too modest about how great it is here.

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  • LiquidAxis

    LiquidAxis

    March 10, 2015, 7:03 am

    Radio DJs is this day and age are a sad joke. There is no such thing as 'requests' anymore either. What they do is make recordings of 'requests' and then when the corporate provided playlist happens to call for a song that they have a matching 'request' for (even if the 'request' is 6 months old) then they air the 'request' and pretend that it is live. Corporate radio is a scam and has been for a long time. Hence songs like _Guerilla Radio_, or the idea of pirate radio in general. Radio "DJs", are merely skilled at reading commercials and have the charisma to gather attendance at promotional events.

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  • HeWhoWas

    HeWhoWas

    March 10, 2015, 10:58 pm

    You had to clean it out with wet tissues. That stuff's sticky...

    No, dust used to gather on the contacts of the cartridge or in the slot that you put it in. The game would error because it couldn't read a certain part of the game so you'd take the cartridge out, blow into the bottom of it, then do the same for the slot that it went into. Rinse and repeat until it either works, or you throw the console out the window.

    Edit - How young's young? I'm only 20 and I still recall cartridge based devices. Sega ftw!

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  • NiceGlass

    NiceGlass

    March 10, 2015, 8:32 am

    My kids are my best friends--no way I would have predicted this when we were struggling to conceive. If you think you will keep the baby, then believe in your heart that this could be in your future, but if not, try to imagine an embrace what that future will bring. I find that when people are delivering tough news to me, their sense of hope and conviction are all I really remember. Whatever your nervous tics, they will not surmount a heartfelt conviction, whatever that conviction might be. Be strong!

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  • jb1974

    jb1974

    March 10, 2015, 7:11 am

    It might not, that's up to you. Do you pursue knowledge another way? (Remembering that most of the Web is 'reading.') If you take away all printed materials (newspapers, magazine/Journals, books, plays, graphic novels, the Web, textbooks and The Cat in the Hat), all I can think of is talking with someone who knows a subject better than I do, or taking a class. But you can't-take-that-with-you!

    Personally I could barely live without reading. How do you possibly deal with the silence? How do you spend your time waiting in a line or riding a plane or bus? I can stare into space for about 20 seconds, then my mind wants some input, and books (and other printer matter) are the easiest, most portable and most varied thing I find.

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  • spundred

    spundred

    March 10, 2015, 8:57 pm

    Are you sure you're pregnant?

    You probably should have involved him in this process before you were sure, that would have been respectful. I'm not saying shame on you, I'm saying involve him in this asap.

    You're going to feel a whole lot better when the two of you can deal with this as a team, rather than you versus him. My advice is next time you see him, sit him down, and say "There's something we need to talk about ... I think I'm pregnant." and approach it as a team. Be frank, honest, and respectful. You've already had a moment to deal with this, allow him his moment of shock, then talk about how the two of you feel about it.

    And don't feel like it's a keep it or get rid of it decision, there are a whole world of options, from sharing responsibility with your family, open or closed adoption. This doesn't have to force you into marriage, even if your relationship isn't destined for that, you can still both be supporting parents, as a couple or separately. Relax, you're in control of this.

    It sounds like your biggest fear is his reaction, well, all you can do is be honest, and not push any blame onto him, just inform him, ask him how he feels about it, and when cooler heads have prevailed, decide what you both want to do. If he wishes to disassociate himself from you and your newfound situation, that's his foolish loss.

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  • ProfessionalGeek

    ProfessionalGeek

    March 10, 2015, 9:20 pm

    Ok, thanks for the help, and I should be fine becaase I've always been extremely cautious with these types of things. I'll have to look into solid-state coils more now.

    Tesla is indeed THE man! =P

    (I've probably done 10 projects/reports on him XD)

    EDIT: Solid-state coils seems much more difficult to make, so at this point I'll have to try this kind first, and get some more experience before trying that. If you can only get the music to work on a solid-state coil, I may have to wait on that, too.

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  • justaboy

    justaboy

    March 10, 2015, 7:10 pm

    As mentioned by others, it's far more a collection of essays than a book, and I would go so far as to say a collection of editorials - it's simply not academic writing. It takes simple, limited examples, applies basic analysis, then somehow makes the leap to apply the conclusions of this scratch-the-surface analysis to the Rest of the World(tm). The only valid point in the book, really, can equally be learned by 10 minutes in a Micro-Econ class, that much of Economics is based on the belief that individual actors (shoppers, corporations, whatever) act rationally. Something like that.

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  • frogmeat

    frogmeat

    March 10, 2015, 3:02 pm

    Sad, all you can come up with is ad hominem attacks.

    Nobody can explain to me why it's better to spend billions creating a new healthcare system to save 45,000 lives annually than to have a net savings in the tens of billions by banning tobacco use and save 440,000 lives annually.

    Instead, you call me a "right wing stooge" because I don't agree with creating a THIRD government-run health care system (after the two that are miserable failures) instead of simply expanding Medicaid to include the unemployed/underemployed.

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  • uhhhclem

    uhhhclem

    March 10, 2015, 5:39 am

    I gave you a source. You don't want a source. You want a URL, and possibly someone to come read the page to you in a nice slow even voice.

    I told you what wasn't true, too. But I used a bunch of hard words, and they all related to what you originally said in the first place, which I'm sure you've forgotten by now (though I'm sure you still remember feeling angry and right at the time you said it).

    And yes, it's clear that you don't fucking care. You care enough to spout off angrily, but you don't care enough to be sure you know what you're talking about. You are, in short, perfectly qualified for membership in a mob.

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  • OhZone

    OhZone

    March 11, 2015, 1:38 am

    Not to troll, but that pistol is completely fucking retarded. Massive recoil prevents rapid target acquisition, it weighs a fuckton loaded (and unloaded), the bullets cost a small fortune, and it's a real bitch to conceal.

    If he wanted to go with something nicer and more reliable, he should bag up a H&K USP Tac.

    I just moved to California, so I cannot carry anymore. When I lived back in my home state, I carried a Beretta 96 Centurion, and a Beretta Tomcat (for the ankle).

    But in all seriousness, if he only carries it for the "shock and awe" factor, that will more than get the job done. That being said, there are many different, easier to shoot, easily more concealable pistols on the market.

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