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  • funkDoc

    funkDoc

    March 10, 2015, 8:44 pm

    Wow, is reddit so completely out of touch that it upvotes comments like this? A family making $140K a year should have zero problem affording health insurance and savings and has zero excuse not to.

    At 55K a year I have 5 months of savings after 2 years and have paid my own health insurance the whole time. I still live comfortably and I live in a very expensive place, vail colorado.

    If you have HIV and require meds to live, you sure as shit are going to save money in case you lose insurance or the insurance company goes out of business or something else catastrophic.

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  • Tarantio

    Tarantio

    March 11, 2015, 3:07 am

    I guess I would say that I'm aware of the full sound, but in a fairly general sense; I don't often pay close attention to the details of the other parts that I'm not using as a cue for a particular issue of rhythm, timing or pitch. Often, a good portion of your conscious thought has to go into getting your own part correct, and of course you must remain focused on the conductor to stay together in time, dynamics, and tone.

    Actually, I think to "feel the weight of the music" is a fairly good description of what you *do* get out of the music you're performing in a group- you feel the swell and flow of the piece, but can't always really be aware of the intricacies of another part which you might notice from an outside perspective.

    As for what it feels like, for me it's one of the best feelings in the world. It's a combination of the beauty of the music itself with the satisfaction of seeing a thing of monstrous complexity, on which you've spent hours of study and practice, all click into place and really sing.

    I'd like to hear some other opinions about this, actually.

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  • nick1click

    nick1click

    March 10, 2015, 9:42 pm

    Well, most people (I think) believe that physical appearance has little to do with who they actually are (ie. someone can cut off my arm and I'm still me) so I don't think the animatronics comes that much into play here.

    However if someone took a portion of my brain my behaviors and thoughts would change - so we can leave out the robot part and discuss just the transference of consciousness into information.

    That, I personally think, is where the interesting part is. Because when the copy was created me and the copy would be identical at that instant, but even one second later, due to our different experiences, we would be slightly different individuals.

    Because of this I would suggest that functionally if I was copied then immediately destroyed it would be the same as being in my body one moment, blinking, and being a "robot" the next.

    While technically my original self is no longer in existence the fact that my mind continues from the exact same point, to me at least, means that I have not died.

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  • lol_Taco

    lol_Taco

    March 11, 2015, 8:49 am

    If it helps, it's not just TKD; a lot of traditional martial arts are useless for the kinds of violence your average person faces on a day to day basis.

    I apologize if I've come off gruff, or if I'm attacking you or your style; that's not what I mean at all. But after knowing so many people who have found themselves in situations no amount of TMA training has prepared them for, I take claims of teaching self defense very seriously. Almost every girl I know whose been raped had at least some karate/kung fu/TKD training; some even had instructors come to their school to lead seminars. But what they are learning is **not** real self defense, and it usually gives them an undeserved feeling of confidence. Honestly, most of what people teach as self defense is just plain irresponsible.

    Again, I have a lot of respect for you admitting these things, and being honest. But I've known too many good people turned victims to keep all of this to myself.

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  • vitodubois

    vitodubois

    March 10, 2015, 1:37 pm

    love the idea. we need it. and all the people i respect believe it's good too. we just need more democracy, and this is a great way to do it. is called basic social responsibility.

    market competition is great for malls. its doesn't work with health care. the gov't needs to step in for its people. remember women's suffrage? for the first 300 years of american history, women weren't allowed to vote, and a majority supported this bullshit. this issue of health care is not a matter of public opinion. is a matter of fundamental values and the fairness in a society. and if the people can't support it (and many don't - including insurance companies and their lobbyists and a majority of republicans), then the gov't should step in and get involved and enforce what is ethically right.

    and there's no fuckin way the situation right now is ethically acceptable. the insurance system and its relationship to clinics and hospitals strains doctors AND patients. the governement can competently step in and fix it (and this is illustrated in tons of countries already, many of which have better health outcomes than us (i.e. average life expectancy, etc).

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  • Dyolf_Knip

    Dyolf_Knip

    March 11, 2015, 8:00 am

    No, what was funny was watching Republicans go from saying "secret courts like FISA are unconstitutional and will be the death of liberty" under Clinton, to "pah, FISA is obsolete, we need even more secrecy" under Bush, and then _back_ to unbridled paranoia under Obama.

    I'll say it again. For conservatives, any government that isn't theirs is tyrannical and illegitimate. It means that if any of their concerns are even sane, much less correct, it's by sheer chance. So our reps need to just laugh at their bullshit, insult their stupidity, and work around them.

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  • losername

    losername

    March 11, 2015, 5:44 am

    While I can't predict the rest of my life, I can predict tomorrow and the day after that.

    I just don't feel much joy in anything. Everyday is either very busy or very sad. I work a job that can demand 20 hour days just to get away from being myself. When I think about that I get sad. It would be nice to think I could do something to make life worthwhile but I can't stand to be with myself.

    I'm sure that sounds rather rambling. I'm sorry, many of these thoughts don't make sense. I just don't want to live a life running away from myself.

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  • ahamkara

    ahamkara

    March 10, 2015, 12:40 pm

    You don't know the meaning of the word "reform" then. What Congress wants to do isn't "reform", it's just an expansion of current gov't programs. This "rising cost of health care" occurs because of (a) inflation, (b) gov't regulation of health insurance, (c) gov't regulation of doctors and hospitals, and (d) employer-sponsored health insurance plans. All of these things are caused BY gov't. Government is the cause of the problem. Take it away, and health care becomes more affordable.

    That doesn't mean everyone will be able to afford it. Of course not, that's FUCKING retarded. Unless we had a near infinitude of resources, we couldn't possibly hope to give EVERYONE health care. Canada and the Europeans do it by making the wait time to see a doctor or get an exam incredibly long. And of course by stealing from people through taxation and inflation. But this system is unsustainable, and will collapse.

    Honestly, you people need to do some reading. You don't understand anything except the party slogans coming through the major news networks. You don't even know what it is you are supporting.

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  • amdela

    amdela

    March 10, 2015, 6:26 am

    Most difficult aspect has to be dealing with school admin. They expect a lot of you, and damn you if you ever say no. For example, I have recently found out that I'm expected to work 2 or 3 unpaid hours a day. I am not agreeing to that.

    Funniest story from here - I was teaching a class about emotions. WE were talking about being upset, what this means, and sometime when you have been upset. I asked one student, "What has happened to make you feel upset?". She replied, "Well, one time, I had a pet dog I really loved. And then my uncle cooked it." Another student asked, "Hao chur? (Delicious?)". I, along with that student and all the others, laughed until I cried.

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  • FatPhil

    FatPhil

    March 10, 2015, 7:14 pm

    NYC- blunts all day, with straight piff and no tobacco in it. I rarely smoke joints but that is mostly a force of habit. But if I can't find a deli to get a dutch master, but I do have papers, then a jay will do. The only time I smoke spliffs if if there is a small amount of bud, like a dim or a nik, and u want to share it with another person or two. I do enjoy the casualness of spliffs. I find that some people like to chief and take huge monster hits on blunts but I always stick my principles when I hit anything.

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  • DrBucket

    DrBucket

    March 10, 2015, 10:49 pm

    > I think you're trying to say is that it was a valuable lesson in how much more there is to music than what you can write in a tab. The notes are just a framework - the way they're played is what makes the music beautiful.

    True, but the way it is played can me tabbed and noted out, if you put enough time into it you can write down EXACTLY how somebody played it. I know that most of the tabs out there don't get that specific, they just have the general theme written out and you have to listen and transpose that onto your guitar yourself.

    > It's kind of like IRL conversation vs. Reddit conversation. With only the words - no gestures, eye contact or vocal inflections - your comment can be interpreted as meaning exactly the opposite of what you meant.

    I know, but I just hope people ask "what do you mean exactly" before they choose to downvote or upvote or whatever, it's still their choice to do whatever they wanna do, it just keeps conversations from turning into a flame war for the most part.

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  • DaveM191

    DaveM191

    March 10, 2015, 11:28 pm

    Unfortunately, their gamma is much higher.

    Going by the numbers given (15 billion light years in 50 years of ship's time), they'd have to travel at 0.9999999999999999944c, at which speed the relativistic kinetic energy would be about 2.7*10^25 Joules per kilo mass.

    The problem is that even if you have some reactionless drive which doesn't waste mass by throwing it out the rear end, even if you have some super-efficient energy source that completely converts mass into energy as per Einstein's equation, even if you convert the whole mass of the ship, astronaut and all, into energy to drive the ship, you're still short of the needed energy by a factor of about 300 million.

    In other words, a mass traveling at 0.9999999999999999944c requires about 300 million times as much energy to reach that speed than the mass has to begin with, even if you convert the entire mass directly into energy.

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  • leedlebug

    leedlebug

    March 10, 2015, 6:07 pm

    Love- Rich grassy green

    Happiness- Light green

    Excitement- Acid green/very light yellow (usually in a sort of 'spiky" texture)

    Anger- Red (sometimes with black spots)

    Loneliness- Dark Blue

    Jealousy- Baby Pink

    Boredom - Grey

    Calm - Dark Turquoise or Hunter Green

    Pride - Crimson

    Pain isn't really an emotion and has a spectrum of it's own dependant on the type of pain.

    Sharp Pain- Red

    Dull Pain- Purple

    Nausea - Flat Yellow (I think it's sometimes referred to as Sienna? seeing this colour has the unique effect of actually making me feel nauseous)

    Headaches - Fuschia

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  • grapevined

    grapevined

    March 10, 2015, 9:52 am

    Of course there's a black middle class, but who wants to make a movie or tv show about that? Or any normal middle class family for that matter? I'm black and middle class, and I'll give you a little insight into my exciting day (I'm actually Canadian, but let's not split hairs).

    * Woke up at 9:00am

    * Ate breakfast, had a shower

    * Went to school, had classes from 10:30-4:00pm

    * Had mild trouble with my advanced accounting quiz, but it turned out fine (this was the most exciting thing in my day)

    * Met with a few other students to discuss a group project

    * Came home around 5:30

    * Ate Dinner, watched tv, played TF2 and browsed reddit until now.

    This is a typical day for me, completely lacking in any entertainment value, and that is why Hollywood will never make a movie based on my life, or anyone else like me.

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  • monkeyman114

    monkeyman114

    March 10, 2015, 6:32 am

    Everybody knows Wolf Blitzer is an AIPAC neoconservative who did his best to help the Bush Regime do nothing for america for 8 years.

    The GOP controlled congress from 1994 to 2007, and all 3 branches of government from 2001-2007, and there was no health care reform, no financial reform, no reform of any kind, just massive deregulation which brought us to the brink of bankruptcy.....AGAIN.

    The last time it occurred was when Ronald Reagan deregulated the Savings & Loans, resulting in the bankruptcy of the FSLIC, the RTC and the huge financial crash of 87.

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  • ithkuil

    ithkuil

    March 10, 2015, 12:07 pm

    I would stay away from books, better to learn on the computer. Better to learn actively. Use google to answer specific questions.

    Relational databases are mostly overpopular old-fashioned bullshit (I have to admit I use them, but that is just because I am weak, stupid and old-fashioned), you should avoid learning too much about them and using them too much if you can.

    Maybe get into persistence frameworks or object databases or semantic knowledgebases.

    Google things like "types of database systems" or "information storage and retrieval" or "persistence frameworks" or "object-relational mapping" or "Codesmith".

    If you really have to use a relational database maybe look at the way things work with Active Records in Rails or something like that. Or google "mysql install" "postgresql install" "relational database tutorial" "data integrity" "inner join" "outer join" "foreign key" "logical data model" "database design tools" and start creating databases while you read stuff. More useful but in line with the old database establishment is OLAP stuff: google "OLAP cube" "OLAP tools" "multidimensional databases" "data warehouse".

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  • terronk

    terronk

    March 10, 2015, 9:37 pm

    Maybe, I'm crazy, but I thought by:

    >I don't agree that it is a womans decision and hers alone.

    ...he meant that the man should have some part of the vote here. And he's not the only one saying it in this thread. Certainly in most healthy relationships, the couple would talk about the child, the implications of having it, and what they think should be done. But in the end, it can only be the woman's decision, because she's the one carrying the baby. You can't tell her she has to have an abortion if she doesn't want one. You can't tell her she has to carry to full term and conceive if she doesn't want to. No law that did this would be just. No social norm that expected this would be fair.

    If you had to squeeze a baby through your dickhole every time your condom broke, I think you'd be more sympathetic.

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  • Med_Student

    Med_Student

    March 10, 2015, 9:37 pm

    Hi,

    I would like to extend my thanks to you, and those of your profession for helping keep in the ER in order. If it wasn't for you guys, I wouldn't look into a profession in ER. When I volunteered in the ER during my undergrad, I was constantly belittled, screamed at, and felt many people wanting to come and strangle me through the triage window due to their insane wait times which I had no control over. It was always nice for the officer to come down, step in and tell them to calm down. It was definitely nice of the officer stopping a drunk from getting out of his bed, and tackling me when I tried to put leads on him up to the monitor.

    You guys kept it fun for me, and able to enjoy the chaotic environment without worry of bodily harm.

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  • roxm

    roxm

    March 10, 2015, 10:12 pm

    Pornography is especially insidious when it comes to this. Almost all of it is airbrushed to hell and back, and even when it's not, there's a whole raft of other false ideals it brings to bear: anal bleaching, no hair anywhere, uninterrupted coitus lasting upwards of an hour, male ejaculation that throws semen five feet or more, and other stuff I can't even think of right now.

    It's all possible, of course. It's possible that you have a naturally pink, hairless anus. It's possible for the actual act of coitus to last more than an hour. It's possible for the occasional ejaculation to be especially vigorous. But taken as a whole, porn says "not only is this possible, it's normal, and if you can't do this then you're not good enough."

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  • TheWeatherman

    TheWeatherman

    March 10, 2015, 3:20 pm

    > My point is just because it can be done doesn't necessarily mean it should. We could fund any number of programs - why is PBS worth it?

    Why isn't it worth it? Very few people seem to be complaining. Again, I mention PBS's popularity.

    > I'm actually with you on cutting military spending drastically, but your argument here is the equivalent of "But Mom all the other kids are doing it!" I'll reply just like your mother and say "You wouldn't follow all the other kids off a cliff, would you?"

    Not at all. I merely favor curbing the most egregious offenders first. Ever heard of the 80/20 rule?

    > Ever hear of C-SPAN? It's commercial free, about as neutral as can be and... fully funded by the private sector.

    And shares no common ground with PBS in terms of programming. I appreciate C-SPAN, C-SPAN 2, and C-SPAN 3, but gee whiz.

    > If that majority is so vast and supportive I'm sure they would have no problem paying for it in a subscription instead of a tax (it's the same thing). Shit - start a PBS-clone subscription channel yourself! You'd be a multimillionaire overnight!

    Hmm. Good idea. I'll come up with several hundred thousand dollars for seed funding, build over three hundred and fifty stations offering local programming around the country, earn the massive goodwill and trust that PBS has taken forty years to earn in the next, oh, three hours and twenty minutes, and then I'll somehow sell a subscription to free over-the-air broadcasts... for $3 a year! IT COULDN'T POSSIBLY FUCKING FAIL.

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  • capnmidnite

    capnmidnite

    March 10, 2015, 1:19 pm

    > because a huge portion of his fanbase are hipster douchebags.

    The stereotype you're looking for here is drunken frat douchebag, not hipster douchebag.

    EDIT: I'll go ahead and address the rest of your comment too, since I'm feeling spunky.

    > But on what grounds exactly do you call their music "shit"?

    Probably the grounds of a harmless, cheap joke? Understand that the vast majority of people who make DMB jokes or say they suck don't actively hate the band. djmattyd will probably not reply to you because I'm willing to guess he feels as strongly about DMB as he does about wallpaper.

    > Do you think they have no technical skill?

    Well Dave Matthews hasn't, but he doesn't really need to. The rest of the band is extremely talented for sure (though Boyd seems to have serious intonation problems lately).

    > No soul?

    There we go. Dave Matthews Band is, in a word, bland. The music is extremely middle-of-the-road and they try to hide that behind masterful playing. Even the most technically-perfect classically-trained musician can only do so much with what you give them. Who cares how complex a drumbeat is when it doesn't build up or move the song one bit (see: Say Goodbye)? Dave Matthews Band feels a lot like a supergroup of session musicians - and I don't mean that in a good way.

    Not that that's the only thing wrong with them. Dave Matthews has a terrible singing voice. There is no power behind it (I've heard the live version of American Baby Intro and still feel this way, so please spare me the link). He relies far too much on falsetto, which is very aggravating. Many of his lyrics are creepy (See: everything on Crash) and the fact that his fans romanticize them confuses me to no end. They're still rehashing the same sound and style they started with on their debut album. Aside from everyone getting a little bit better at playing their instruments, there's been no growth or notable change in direction in almost twenty years.

    I have many friends who like the band. I've listened to all of their CDs (excluding their latest) all the way through at least twice. I've listened to at least a dozen bootlegs, including Dave & Friends (surprise! It sounds just like DMB) and Dave and Tim (these shows are fun if only to listen to Tim Reynolds desperately try to make Dave's songs interesting). I've never seen them live, but that's just because spending $50 on a lawn ticket to see ANYBODY isn't my idea of a wise investment. Their songs are lacking. They can't jam. Dave can't sing. No matter how you feel when you're drunk, Dave Matthews Band doesn't rock.

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  • busterjohnt

    busterjohnt

    March 10, 2015, 11:40 am

    Cee, I enjoy Morning Joe because it's a good show and I like both Joe and Mika individually.

    I also like to play "are they...or...aren't they" too, when I'm watching.

    However, the thought of Joe Scarborough as the great Republican hope is laughable.

    Cecelia | 09.30.09 - 5:46 pm

    I saw a bit of MSNBC today and found out that it was "Dr. Nancy" who was haranguing the public as though we are all 5 year olds.

    If that lady walked into my hospital room I'd be turning her around on a dime.

    Cecelia | 09.30.09 - 2:23 pm

    Here is an old drunken woman that hangs out on a site that praises Fox, but yet she watches MSNBC all day. Don't you just love a good old hypocrite?

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  • VicinSea

    VicinSea

    March 10, 2015, 5:37 pm

    >Only Whole, Unrefined Foods

    She already knows the main key to feeding a family on a low budget--stop paying other people to cook for you! Most of the price of refined foods is in the refining and packaging--the actual food is very cheap.

    I average food costs so that we end up spending about $180 a month for about 200 pounds of food--that is enough for 2 people to eat very well. (Dinner tonight was Homemade Tomato Soup, BBQ Beef Ribs, sweet potato fries, hot rolls, and wild greens with a touch of bacon.)

    On this Food Stamp Challenge I would definitely miss my pantry full of things I bought cheap and rely on to get us by between really good sales.(the Tomato Soup was canned up a month ago when I got tomatoes 6 pounds for a dollar.)

    There are 2 little-known tips that can help everyone save money on food cost:

    1) Eat 2-3 servings of complex carbs every morning like hot cereal and toast with fruit on the side.

    2) Serve an "appetizer" course before dinner every day like a bowl of soup or a veggies tray--it really works as a de-appetizer and makes it possible to serve a smaller main course.

    One last tip if you find yourself on food stamps--you can use EBT to buy seeds for gardening!

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  • kaythetall

    kaythetall

    March 10, 2015, 8:58 am

    Look, the dismissal of one of the excuses for torture is all very gratifying, but I don't think there should be too much gloating.

    This kind of research is a great big grey area. There are so many ways to ask questions, so many types, so many personalities. It's endless. And if you spend enough time playing with variables there are sure to be some circumstances where electrocuting some dude's balls is the best way to get information. Crowing about this one study and assuming the issue is dead is a dangerous idea.

    The reason torture is a bad idea is because it's fucking TORTURE, not whether or not it works. The ticking bomb scenario for interrogations is a emotional plea to the worst part our anxieties, and yelling shrilly that torture is statistically unlikely to produce better answers is not persuasive.

    Saying firmly "torture is wrong. Under and circumstances for any reason." is the only way to go. Clinging to statistics will not persuade anyone.

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  • scientologist2

    scientologist2

    March 10, 2015, 4:39 pm

    Something to make their remaining time pleasant.

    typical are plants, maybe something unusual with a positive symbolism.

    nothing related to death for obvious reasons.

    Also something forward looking for the son, to help him out, since he is likely freaking.

    So maybe something like a special tree. This is something you can all do together, and it would be something that he would remember doing with her.

    maybe (ideally) someplace on public land, in a local park, etc. in a special place. Contact the local town park dept.

    if the climate is right, how about a redwood sapling, or something long lived like that, since it will last for a very long time.

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  • dnew

    dnew

    March 10, 2015, 10:30 pm

    I've written code in erlang, primarily because I wanted to use mnesia. I know it sucks, thanks. But it doesn't suck because it doesn't look like C. It sucks for all the reasons he says here. APL doesn't look anything like C. It doesn't suck, tho. :-)

    ( Oddly enough, his gripe about the strings, while completely true, is also odd because C strings are also a list of integers you can't distinguish from another list of integers. Note too that CouchDB is written in Erlang, so it can't be all *that* bad. )

    I'm surprised mnesia isn't mentioned more often, even if not just "gee, mnesia would suck at this because..." or some such.

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  • big80smullet

    big80smullet

    March 11, 2015, 12:15 am

    * Youth hostels are a great place to meet people. They usually have the cheapest and funnest bars. There will always be people who're alone and looking for company or someone to travel with.

    * Get a decent backpack. Make sure it fits. The store can help you adjust it

    * Easiest way to get around Western and Central Europe is by train. Get a Eurail pass.

    * Eat where the locals eat. If you can find a place thats filled with locals its usually the cheaper/better option than a place catering to tourists.

    * Find the tourist center of a town and walk three blocks in any direction and prices will halve.

    * Always pregame. Clubs/bars/pubs in Europe are expensive.

    * Go to Eastern Europe. The people are more genuine, the scenery is spectacular and its cheaper.

    *Keep our plans flexible. Talk to people who're backpacking and find out what they enjoyed. I thought i'd love paris and was going to spend 2 weeks there but i ended up only spending 4 days cause i just didnt like it so much.

    * Go to Amsterdam and eat the brownies

    * Try and go to cities other than just the capital of each country. The best, hidden places aren't in the capitals

    * Always have a secret stash of money. If you do get robbed you want to have something to get you through. Get a duplicate of your credit card. Have a photocopy of your passport. Keep it all seperate from your wallet etc.

    *Get travel insurance.

    *Buy a small padlock, most hostels have cupboards to store your bag etc but dont have locks.

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  • Offthefence

    Offthefence

    March 10, 2015, 7:23 pm

    I didn't intend on this AmA being a support group but I really appreciate it. I think breaking the news to my wife will be the toughest part. It may not even be as bad as I'm picturing it though. She seems to be distancing herself from the church as well. We haven't had a conversation about this ever. I think that will be my main focus and worry about my family/coworkers/neighbors later. I may hit you up later to talk about things. The more support the better. I've felt completely alone in this before today.

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  • unders_core

    unders_core

    March 11, 2015, 8:54 am

    Okay, well, the only problem is: you and I both have tiny little distinctions in our handwriting, and usually, if we're trying to change our handwriting to make it look like the handwriting of another person's, it's still going to retain a few traits. In this example, the dead giveaway is the e's. even though he wrote in cursive(ish) (this is where the m and e connection comes into play), and rounded out his letters, it still is fairly obvious to an observer with half a brain cell that the "teacher" and the "student" are the same person.

    Now shut the fuck up forever.

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