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  • ohno

    ohno

    March 10, 2015, 10:04 am

    Deuteronomy 21:18-21 (King James Version)

    18 If a man have a stubborn and rebellious son, which will not obey the voice of his father, or the voice of his mother, and that, when they have chastened him, will not hearken unto them:

    19 Then shall his father and his mother lay hold on him, and bring him out unto the elders of his city, and unto the gate of his place;

    20 And they shall say unto the elders of his city, This our son is stubborn and rebellious, he will not obey our voice; he is a glutton, and a drunkard.

    21 And all the men of his city shall stone him with stones, that he die: so shalt thou put evil away from among you; and all Israel shall hear, and fear.

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  • dontsteal

    dontsteal

    March 10, 2015, 11:49 am

    Well although I'm not an expert on all laws regarding shoplifting, I will answer to the best of my knowledge.

    Did you go through a register with an actual cashier? Did the cashier fail to scan the item and put it in the bag? How did the CD get in the bag if not? If it was a self-checkout register then yes unfortunately they did make a legal arrest, even if it was a mistake "under ringing" is in fact shoplifting. Same as if you accidentally walked out of a store with merchandise still in hand. I might have more insight if I knew how the CD got in the bag. I would definitely consult a lawyer either way. The case will strongly depend on either a witness account of what happened, or video. As far as the other charges I have no clue, as the security guard is not a police officer there really isn't a "resisting arrest" charge. I've never heard of those charges on any of my detained suspects, but it varies from state and sometimes even county. The only extra charges my suspects have received was either assault or robbery by using force to escape detention, but this would mean the suspect actually attempting to push through me or push me away from them, simply trying to run around me or squirm out of my hold without striking me or using force on me would not elevate charges.

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  • amouseduh

    amouseduh

    March 11, 2015, 5:56 am

    I don't know much about your industry but theres probably magazines/directories/resource webpages etc where you can place an ad or a link to your business. If anything more eyes will see this ad than sending an email out to one or even twenty people, so theres more chance of pulling in a client. Just have some kind of 'how did you find us' survey if possible to make sure the value of advertising in a certain place is recognized (as well as your contribution to the business).

    If you're stuck for ideas check out your competitors. Look them up on the net, even give them a fake call to see what and how they advertise and see if you can apply it to what your doing.

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  • syn-abounds

    syn-abounds

    March 10, 2015, 11:09 pm

    I agree. Most of the time it is a good idea to rise above the underhanded tactics that the opposition are using. But when there are out-and-out lies being spread constantly, it seems logical to rebutt them.

    People who do listen to Glenn Beck, upon being told that what he says is a lie, are likely to reply with something along the lines of "Oh yeah? Well, if it's not true, why haven't they said so?" (golly, this is sounding familiar) and so if they can be pointed to the White House website (which is pretty difficult to discount as a source) which says inequivocably that what is being spread around IS lies, there is a chance that this will niggle enough that next time people won't be so quick to believe him.

    How else to discount Glenn Beck if more people don't point out the lies that he is spewing?

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  • dentid4hed

    dentid4hed

    March 11, 2015, 7:26 am

    Really? I got downvoted for telling the truth? She plagiarized her character's name from Troll and the whole Harry Potter book series is a rip off of "The Worst Witch": Look at this: Unruly hair isn't the only thing these kids have in common. They both:

    Go to magical schools, where they made enemies with the rich, arrogant, blonde kid on the first day

    Has a penchant for breaking the rules and getting away with it

    Fall into situations in which they save the lives of their fellow students and teachers

    Are more powerful than they give themselves credit for

    Are brave and persevering

    Has special relationships with their pets (Mildred's cat, Tabby, and Harry's owl, Hedwig)

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  • quotidian

    quotidian

    March 10, 2015, 2:37 pm

    I suppose the fact that he actually wrote software puts him a step above some patent trolls, but it doesn't make his software non-obvious. I would imagine the conversation went something like:

    Richardson: Hey, look at my software

    Microsoft: Uh, we could write this in a week, get lost

    I'm not arguing that the concept of shareware wasn't novel in 1993 (I have no idea whether or not it was), simply that the software Richardson wrote could be accomplished by anyone skilled at the art of software development with little difficulty.

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  • freakwent

    freakwent

    March 10, 2015, 9:35 pm

    > if the market rate for giving a flu shot is $25, the covered price may be $5. Doctors don't absorb the cost, they spread it among their patients that do pay through higher costs.

    Huh? Why do the doctors agree to give the shot at all?

    > If people are entitled to care, why aren't they entitled to quality care regardless of their ability to pay?

    They are, but some people want to get PrivateCare(TM) because:

    - They think common or poor people are unpleasant to be near

    - They think that paying more money always means better outcomes (also see: Wine)

    - They want various non-health medical procedures (cosmetic, surgery etc)

    - They assume the private hospitals are better, and never go to do the comparison.

    Besides, if you sign up for private health care to avoid the levy, then you can claim gym fees, sneakers, glasses, massage and all this sort of stuff, and this attracts a lot of people. However, then you have no medicare card so you can't claim back the govt price for health service (the $5 in your example). I have no idea if private cover works in public hospitals. I wish an Aussie expert would pipe up here because I'm not familiar in this much detail.

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  • iwishiwasameme

    iwishiwasameme

    March 11, 2015, 3:26 am

    Just join a random Pub. It will be fine I promise. The game goes ridiculously fast and people wont really care if you're not the greatest player. Keep playing and you will get better, just don't be afraid to make mistakes in the game. This isn't high school anymore.

    If even that is to much join a cp_toy_fort map. Its so ridiculous it will make it even more acceptable to mess around. Just keep practicing, then look into more advanced stuff once you get good.

    Edit: Just in case some random asshole does make fun of you, ignore him, he's an idiot. Its not a clan match or anything, its a pub. Just keep on playing.

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  • feralkitten

    feralkitten

    March 10, 2015, 10:57 pm

    I agree that most of the state blows. no doubt. i grew up in a small town here, and i will **NEVER** go back.

    I just hate it when ppl bash all of the South when we have cities like Huntsville where the average person is much more educated than the average US citizen. Parts of Birmingham are like this as well.

    It is even funnier when the ppl that are bashing my state haven't even moved out or finished college yet, while my Alabama wife has a PhD and is doing cancer research at UAB.

    She determines which proteins are expressed in different types of cancer and can match drugs to combat the mutation. Her work could keep ppl from dieing one day. But since she lives here in Alabama, she must be an uneducated racist hick.

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  • dunmalg

    dunmalg

    March 10, 2015, 11:41 pm

    >> Flipping out the BASIC ROM from within a program written in BASIC is universally regarded as Unwise.

    >Not completely true. You could install patched BASIC or KERNAL ROMs in the underlying RAM, and flip between them through POKE 1,something_i_do_not_recall.

    Well yeah, that was always the fun of kernal hacking. It was written in ROM, but if you read and then wrote back all the values in the ROM address range, you'd basically copy the ROM to RAM. Then you could flip out the ROM and have a RAM version of the kernal you could do all sorts of hacking on.

    >The editor resided at $C000

    Good ol' $C000-$CFFF, the 4K block between the BASIC ROM and the VIC-II addressing. Many a BASIC editor hack has lived there...

    >(But, kudos for spelling kernal "right").

    Hah! I was a C64 code monkey for a game developer, making ports of bad EGA IBM games into even worse C64 versions. I am haunted by 6502 assembly language in my dreams still.

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  • prettycreatures

    prettycreatures

    March 11, 2015, 1:05 am

    Upvoting for common sense. Keeping a balance is a must as is checking your accounts often to ensure that you know what is going in and coming out. I've been a victim of identity theft twice and both times caught it right away (after the first fraudulent charge) because I check my account almost daily and keep it balanced.

    That said I left BofA years ago because of all the exorbitant fees and have never looked back. I'm lucky enough to be ex-military and so have accounts at both USAA and Navy Federal Credit Union, two of the best financial institutions around.

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  • orangepotion

    orangepotion

    March 10, 2015, 1:57 pm

    You are taller and fitter than him: don't do anything physical, because you hae the clear advantage.

    Do your homework, ask around about his family, his hobbies, his weak points, and when he makes a comment *then* you answer with a little tidbit about his hidden personal life: that means you are serious, and that you know where he lives.

    I had bullies, and all of them I confronted one way or the other. A bunch of sharp words, a genuine display of determination, a frim stand, and they all go.

    Remember though: keep the confrontation civil, at least on your side.

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  • enkiam

    enkiam

    March 11, 2015, 3:52 am

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

    If you believe that, you are truly delusional.

    >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'm not sure where I heard it; maybe in Free Software, Free Society. The idea is defined in the recent essay regarding the Pirate Party.

    >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.

    If the users don't have autonomy in the software they use, they lack freedom. The FSF's Four Freedoms are just an extension of classic ideas about human rights into a world that has software in it. Like, you know, our world does now, irrevocably.

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  • arbitrarystring

    arbitrarystring

    March 11, 2015, 6:01 am

    Here in the US certain parties have succeeded in equating "socialism" with the devil and every evil that comes from his evilness the devil. We are a very religious country on the whole, and breaking free of such irrational beliefs is very difficult no matter how many benefits a socialized medical system might provide. These sorts of beliefs are propped up by the big insurance and pharma corporations who actively encourage these irrational beliefs. They spend millions to make sure those beliefs stay in place. A truly fair medical system would hurt profits, and they can't have that despite the loss of lives.

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  • bobcat

    bobcat

    March 10, 2015, 2:24 pm

    >Medicare is a single-payer system, the very thing that reform opponents like yourself equate with socialism.

    Right - the government pays, but *I* pay *them*. For the good of society - it does not help me at all. This is socialistic.

    >How much money do I want...? What's human life worth to you?

    Mine or yours? Why am *I* responsible for *you*? Don't you have a family? You are taking my family's food away to feed yours!

    >isn't acceptable to me

    Then GO HELP THOSE PEOPLE. No one is stopping you.

    >As is, letting middle class people that don't qualify for Medicaid go bankrupt

    EXCUSE ME? Making the a few of the wealthiest people who have ever existed in the history of mankind have to PAY for stuff is WRONG? Those people do not *lose* everything, they *spend* it on something more valuable. Then, they get out of paying for all of it. The ONLY reason to declare bankruptcy is so you can borrow money later. A creditor cannot put you in jail to force you to pay.

    Why the hell should I be fined thousands of dollars a year because I will not buy health insurance?

    I do not want to pay for *your* fast-food-smilling-tobacco-smoking-booze-fueled-health problems. Your DUI car wrecks, heart attacks and cancer ARE NOT MY FAULT.

    See, you do not even understand what socialism is, like most of reddit.

    >people like yourself are committed to fighting tooth and nail to allow insurance companies to continue to fuck the insured

    Bullshit, a deal is a deal - the insurance companies must pay what they owe.

    This is where I stop replying to lies.

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  • Damian808

    Damian808

    March 11, 2015, 2:53 am

    Never been stabbed, but have fought off a lunging, knife-weilding mugger. Have been mugged twice in my life. Both times I was a walking target (hitchhiking, walking with laptop on the second occasion).

    Haven't had blackouts in a few years, but they're not nationwide, and they are scheduled (usually, but not always).

    I think the ANC Party were vital in ending oppression, but since then they have done very little but help themselves. Things have gotten better over the past 15 years, but nowhere close to where the country could be with proper leadership.

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  • Cid420

    Cid420

    March 10, 2015, 5:43 pm

    Okay that last one was just a stupid attempt at keeping the sword metaphor going (to some extent). I do agree with you though that this *may* not be one of those things for everyone, and with good reason. But you do own that rack, everyone does. Life is short and there isn't one person who will die and be completely satisfied with their life *not* wishing they had experienced something else (though I do agree this probably wont be one of them).

    I only disagree with one thing you said, I don't think this has to be something to do with exploring ones sexuality or personal growth. All this is making someone else happy and making money while doing it.

    While it might seem pathetic, I think this is a great service she's doing for this man. If someone is desperate enough to pay for something like this and be a "sugar-daddy" for a girl that he will never meet or have a physical relationship with, then he probably ***needs*** it. It's not like she has to ever meet or have sex with the guy, she's just giving him a taste of what it's like to feel happy by giving him the attention he desires. I don't think anyone will die and wish they made less money or made less people happy.

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  • vardyr

    vardyr

    March 10, 2015, 10:08 pm

    I moved here recently, and I love it. I live in a cheap apartment and dislike condos. If I had that much money, I'd buy a house like a reasonable person. I dislike McMansions as much as the next guy, but I don't see why they can't coexist with different tastes.

    I've also found that a certain subset of Austin's population seems to think it's cool and hip to hate what others think is cool and hip. Which means they're starting to hate Austin. Thus, I can't tell whether it's legitimate or not.

    Alas, I am merely an interloper. Be glad you're not from where I'm from.

    Now where the hell can I find a good beer, on tap, in a bar that isn't packed with drunken frat boys and/or elitist hipsters?

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  • xerogod

    xerogod

    March 10, 2015, 2:59 pm

    #include <stdio.h>

    main()

    {

    int total = 1;

    char tota1 = 1;

    int *totally = &total;

    char *tota11y = &tota1;

    printf(" %d is the same as %d but %d is not the same as %d,"

    "\n total is at %p and tota1 is at %p."

    "\n also %p is totally not the same as %p,"

    "\n %p is at %p and %p is at"

    "%p", total, total, total, tota1, &total, &tota1, &total, &tota1, *totally, &totally, *tota11y, &tota11y);

    return 0;

    }

    output:

    1 is the same as 1 but 1 is not the same as 1,

    total is at 0xbfae9db8 and tota1 is at 0xbfae9dbf.

    also 0xbfae9db8 is totally not the same as 0xbfae9dbf,

    0x1 is at 0xbfae9db4 and 0x1 is at0xbfae9db0

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  • vontysk

    vontysk

    March 10, 2015, 8:34 am

    I don't think thats what he's saying at all. Its more that if she gets pregnant, and the guy says that he doesn't think having a baby right now is the right thing, then he shouldn't be forced to pay her child support. She made the decision to have the baby knowing he didn't want it; fine, thats her choice, but he shouldn't lose half his income because of a decision he had no say in.

    And before anyone jumps in with "you should have used a condom" how about she should have been on the fucking pill, which is far, far more effective at stopping her getting pregnant.

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  • megatom0

    megatom0

    March 11, 2015, 5:17 am

    No I am saying the whole entire purpose of a pharmacy is to have a state sanctioned place where potentially harmful drugs can be dealt out to patients in a controlled and accounted for manner. This is the only real purpose of a pharmacy if not you could buy aderol off store shelves. This is the pharmacy faults completely, they have to store all of the info for any scheduled drugs in a database that both medical and law enforcement officials can access. What probably happened was some store clerk at a Wal-Mart of Rite Aid (some big chain with big lawyers) probably fucked up royal, and didn't want to have to deal with a corporation. But to further my point the woman being accused of all of this should sue the pants off that store because they are at fault for all of this.

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  • ericmoritz

    ericmoritz

    March 11, 2015, 12:38 am

    I'm reading "Practical Anarchy" at the moment so I'll refrain from criticizing his ideas more until I understand where he's coming from.

    The dependency of DROs feels like to me that we're replacing one political entity with a loose nit, free market driven political entity. My opinion of the insurance industry and the credit system gives my little hope in relying on similar mechanisms to replace what the state has been doing. Again, I'll have to read more about it to get a better understanding of it.

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  • Godspiral

    Godspiral

    March 10, 2015, 5:40 pm

    > That is sound advice. But it's not fair to people who just want to flirt around and make out without it going anywhere. Shouldn't people have that option, as long as they are upfront about where they draw the line (as this girl did when she specifically told the guy she did not want sex)?

    If she said no last week, but then wants to make out tonight, and doesn't explicitly consent or object to sex tonight, is it rape? IMO a "no, let's just make out" 1 hour ago, doesn't imply rape if she doesn't object to him progressing further right now.

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  • pavi

    pavi

    March 10, 2015, 1:14 pm

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  • theotherwarreng

    theotherwarreng

    March 11, 2015, 3:58 am

    >The Olympics prompted us to setup some sort of public transportation system with subways, but since then they have done absolutely nothing to expand service.

    I don't think it's correct to necessarily assume these things aren't connected. The Olympics *loses money for your city*.

    You also say they still use the facilities, but the fact is, without the Olympics, they wouldn't be built. That money would go to other things that would likely be *more* useful than things like a swimming facility.

    I'd also point out that Atlanta's reputation globally suffered as a result of the bombing during the Olympics, and I'd also say it costs *every* U.S. citizen more because the U.S. government foots the bill for much of the security necessary for the Olympics.

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  • shockfactor

    shockfactor

    March 11, 2015, 2:45 am

    Most people know right from wrong.

    Most people won't just shoot someone just because they have a gun.

    If someone wants to kill someone, they don't need a gun to do it.

    I didn't use the word peace once.

    I don't support concealed carry, but if more people carried a .45 on their leg less people would try shit.

    >all governments are tyrannical in one sense or another

    The way that states start to take away the rights of citizens is by disarming them. Ask the germans in the 30s.

    Also, the "only criminals would have guns" is pretty clearly a pro-gun stance. hence the "only criminals would have guns" part.

    If it was an anti gun stance, it would read something like "Everyone would have guns".

    You see, the word "would" means that in the scenario described the thing it relates to is true, but is not currently true.

    Now, if it read "Right now only criminals have guns so we might should ban them so not even criminals have guns", that'd be an anti-gun standpoint.

    This is just going to end up in a shitstorm. I'm going to go spend my time more wisely- keep ignoring those red squiggles.

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  • ihahp

    ihahp

    March 10, 2015, 6:16 pm

    >trouble with taking your girth or your length

    With me it's girth. Girls are afraid of the girth. Most girls tell me to take it slow with them. When I didn't know what I was doing, initial entry was always met with cringes and "stop!"s. It's always about initial entry ... subsequent ins/outs are always fine. Now I know how to prep her so it hurts a whole lot less. I've learned that girls in general are worried about being "stretched out" and worried about their long-term tightness of their pussies. that's never stopped anyone from having sex with me, though.

    I don't think my size causes a girl to orgasm faster. I think that's a product of them being turned on and into you. I have had several girls tell me that after being with me they learned that they "prefer larger", although I don't think that's a product of a faster orgasm. I think it's just a feel thing.

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  • irishpunk62

    irishpunk62

    March 11, 2015, 7:05 am

    I have got 4 rifles and 1 pistol

    Yugoslavian M-98 Mauser 8mm

    Turkish M-1938 Mauser 8mm

    Swiss K-31 7.5mm

    Marlin 30-30

    Springfield XD-45 .45mm

    I'm a left leaning Non-Partisan and unnfortunately live in California. There are a few other guns that I would like to own, however, California has some of the most restrictive gun laws in the country. If there was one thing I could tell the gun control crowd, there are many people that enjoy shooting for fun. Not everyone on the firing range is out there because they are traing to kill the next guy who robs his house.

    It is an unfortunate fact that there are people who posess guns that shouldn't. This is the only reason I own a hand gun. I'm not going to let my family be victimized by some bastard that breaks into my house looking for Bacon and Narwhal trophies.

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  • nath1234

    nath1234

    March 10, 2015, 5:55 am

    If you didn't plan for this to happen, don't expect an overjoyed response. He's trapped no matter how you sugar coat it. I'd recommend that if the relationship isn't at the stage where you were trying to get pregnant then get an abortion and discuss whether you want to try for a baby together. I say this for health and relationship stability reasons primarily.

    For instance:

    * did you drink/take drugs/medication/smoke at any stage between now and "then"

    * have you verified that he doesn't have genetic issues that might result in a problem/disability

    * did he take drugs or is on medication that might affect sperm quality/viability

    * did you have a diet rich in folate, proper vitamin levels etc

    If it's a surprise, then medically, financially or emotionally you're probably on the back foot. No harm in trying again without the risk, the world has enough single mothers and unwanted babies without another one.

    PS having sex does not mean you wanted a baby or should (a la biblical sin etc) wear the consequences.

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  • Waterrat

    Waterrat

    March 11, 2015, 12:18 am

    I'm really not sure,,cause i didn't know what an atheist was. One of the people who influenced me to think "outside the religious box" was our next doors neighbor,who would say things like:"Sure.I'll work on Sunday,it's just another day for me."

    I really hated church anyway..It was so boring.

    I recall one summer mother made us go to bible "school" and promised if we didn't like it,we didn't have to go again.

    We didn't like it.She did keep her word btw.

    Anyway,one day,while i was there, two of the "teachers" were discussing Eddie...Eddie had vanished like a fart in a fan factory...They finley found him hiding in the boy's restroom standing atop a to lit.

    I thought ,when i heard them:"I sure wish I'd thought of that!"

    Anyway,the older I got,the more illogical religion seemed. When I was 13,I stood up to mom and said i was not going again...And i never did.

    I have noticed the older I've became,the more out i am about being a atheist.

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