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  • losername

    losername

    March 10, 2015, 7:10 pm

    I tried this. I dropped out of college and lived in my car. I was (am) two classes from graduating. This makes me feel like shit more.

    I ended up finding a job in the middle of nowhere I tend to like. I can't help but feel that having a job that I like isn't enough. Perhaps I'm asking too much.

    It was fun at the time. It let me get away from everything but everything comes back. It's horrible to think of what life could have been. In a bout of "depression" I broke up with a great girl, dropped out, and moved where I know no one.

    Then what?

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  • hoyfkd

    hoyfkd

    March 10, 2015, 9:37 am

    I read the edited version and you make some decent points in it. The title of this post was made to illustrate a point, not because I actually believe people should be drugged and butt-raped. I do, however, believe that people who argue for letting the scumbag get away after a)anally raping a child then b) fleeing justice, are at best misguided, at worst people who may feel that what he did is ok. There are few things that occur in this world that sicken me as much as the rape of a child. I cannot abide letting the perpetrators walk away free. I do believe they should be punished. I do believe he should be punished, even years later. I also believe that masking his getting away with it in a shroud of "forgiveness" or "non-violence" is a joke.

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  • Jack9

    Jack9

    March 10, 2015, 6:59 pm

    It talks about abstract concurrent processes. You can call them whatever you like. Even processes in Erlang are a type of thread.

    Supervisors/Monitors themselves are just processes. You can't rely on them, as oft advertised by erlang enthusiasts. They die and there's no recovery, just restart. What's more, there's no guarantee to necessity for Supervisory trees.

    The solution to tracking a large number of transient processes, spread over multiple machines, isn't a complex supervisory tree (which can fail leaving you to restart everything!). I use this type of pre-announced condition of "i'm going away" because I don't know of a more efficient method (other than a distributed registry-like process that others use).

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  • Honztastic

    Honztastic

    March 11, 2015, 6:09 am

    Notice my qualifier though. Blatantly illegal or menacing (to us). So Iraq (the first time, NATO decided too), Iran, Afghanistan, Korea and Vietnam are not exceptions.

    I'm not saying it's right or supporting it, I'm just saying it's not like we're invading say Norway over nothing.

    And you can't have an arms race if it's over. Because we've already "won" it we aren't racing anyone. Now we're just making sure we stay the winner and have a head start for the next one when it starts.

    edit: though now we're just arguing semantics. Not really a meaningful discussion over the issue of the role carriers play in modern warfare now)

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  • Saydrah

    Saydrah

    March 11, 2015, 6:27 am

    I once was at a funeral when, as mourners gathered prior to the service, the cell phone belonging to the brother of the deceased rang. This fellow was a former cowboy in his 80s and hadn't figured out how to use his cell phone until a few months before, much less what a "mute" function was.

    The entire gathering listened as he answered and somberly said, "No thank you, sir, I don't think I'd like any magazine subscriptions just at the moment, as I am currently attending the funeral of my brother."

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  • shockfactor

    shockfactor

    March 10, 2015, 6:03 pm

    Well. I can tell you that you don't want anything to hit you head on. That hurts much more than 5mm kidney stones, severe migraines, or getting shot by your asshole neighbor's kid (long story, accident, 9mm to shoulder socket)

    Physical therapy from major injuries sucks dick- its not the actual event that hurts the most because you go into shock, its the stuff after it where you have limited motion and everything you do hurts all of the time.

    (femur sticking out of leg, all ribs on a side broken, collapsed lung, ruptured spleen, sev. lacerated liver, broken collar bone, half of the bones in a hand, and a good number of cuts and such)

    I'd expect that burns in general would hurt more if untreated, but they often put those people into comas for the worst of the pain.

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  • gunder_bc

    gunder_bc

    March 10, 2015, 9:15 pm

    Second this strongly.

    A teacher that knows programming and can teach you that will be far more valuable than picking a language based on trends.

    Programming is a way of thinking about things and approaching problems. The language you use is a tool. Different tools for different jobs. But they're all related and if you have an expert and they know a particular tool, let them teach you their craft with the tool they know best.

    If you find you like programming, you'll try other languages and see how similar they can be when you stay in the same family. And learning a rather different kind of language will really bend your mind but also hopefully help you see how all computation is related.

    (On what software I've written... been a professional programmer for 13+ years, worked on everything from one-off custom software for individuals to teams that have shipped products with millions of units sold. Lost count of how many languages I've worked in - it's not an important stat to track. :D )

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  • falconk

    falconk

    March 11, 2015, 4:32 am

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    Billings, MT 59101

    (406) 657-6790

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    (406) 782-8700

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    Suite 206

    Helena, MT 59601

    (406) 449-5480

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    8 Third Street East

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    (406) 329-3123

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    Washington D.C.

    511 Hart Senate Office Bldg.

    Washington, D.C. 20510

    (202) 224-2651(Office)

    (202) 224-9412 (Fax)

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  • natgoo

    natgoo

    March 10, 2015, 9:35 pm

    My 'anecdotal evidence' was in response to the poster below me - sorry for conflating the two in the interest of clarity for the context of this post on reddit.

    Still: You could man up, take the risk (minimal as it is - it's only the worst case scenarios we read about in the gutter press such as the Daily Mail) and choose not to be a strong male role model, especially to boys with single mothers and no other decent male role models stuck in housing estates with third-generation unemployment, or you can choose to be,

    Looking at statistics you'd be okay (percentage of male primary school teachers: percentage of male primary school teachers accused of paedophilia) but why let rational metrics such as percentages get in the way of your decision to "not take the risk"? These boys don't need your help...

    Hmmm, yeah,.....

    Edit: spelling

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  • alwayslearning

    alwayslearning

    March 10, 2015, 3:18 pm

    So many good questions!

    1. I suppose I'll be listing most of what I've done in the following questions, but a brief outline of more interesting things: I spent a weekend pretending to be a dog. Living in a cage, communicating only through "dog sounds", using the bathroom outside, etc. It was definitely an interesting experience! I've done lots of different roleplaying scenarios, ranging from fun/silly ones to deeply emotional ones, and I'll talk about that later. I enjoy being whipped, though I admit I have a low pain tolerance as of now. I have had sex while suspended from a ceiling, and it is NOT as easy as a fantasy leads you to believe.

    2. I haven't drawn a line yet. The idea of having clamps on (my nipples or anywhere else!) for an extended period of time is the most uncomfortable thing I've endured, as it is an entirely different kind of pain than I've experienced, and I envy those who can endure it for such excruciating periods of time.

    3. I am. He's very sweet, and patient (thank goodness). He had interests in being dominant previously, but never had a chance to explore them, so we are learning lots of his likes/dislikes together. Sometimes it is hard being the subby and the teacher, but communication is key. He's very understanding.

    4. This is something I've rarely thought about. I like a guy with a good sense of humor. Nothing is serious business, dudes! Also, it helps if he plays video games, because I like doing things together outside of the bedroom. >.> On a more serious note, I enjoy the company of those open-minded enough to learn, and understanding enough to let me do the same.

    5. Yes and yes. Some people will say I'm greedy, I say they're stingy.

    6. None involving my fetish, but I do have a funny one! My current partner and I were in the shower, playing around with some new lube. I was bent over and he was going to town, when suddenly he went RIGHT INTO the wrong hole. It wouldn't have been wrong if I'd expected it. Or had experience with it. But...SURPRISE! First-time anal.

    7. A few weeks ago I had my first orgasm at the hands (and other parts) of someone besides myself. I wish I could say it was kinky. I just let go of my worries about my body and my weird sex noises and let him do everything he wanted to do. "Exploring", if you will. It was unbelievable. Dim lighting, etc etc.

    8. I imagine so. I try not to hesitate to do anything, but sometimes I do have to push myself. I make lots of noise, and I'm glad my partners thusfar have enjoyed that, because I'm awful at shutting up.

    9. I will role-play just about anything. I have role-played pirates! I have re-enacted the "scene" of my actual rape, hoping for some sense of closure, and that really helped. I once had a boyfriend who wanted to role-play our WoW characters...that was...something else. Hehe. I have a closet full of cliche costumes, though. Nurse, schoolgirl, cop, etc.

    10. Erm...nice-looking? Curvy. I'm not a stick, but I'm well within my healthy weight range...says a doctor.

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  • Gonza200

    Gonza200

    March 11, 2015, 2:25 am

    I also know a story about one of the Russian guys on the cast, He was pulled over for drunk driving in Russia, when the police officer asked him if he would step out of the vehicle for a field sobriety test he asked the officer if they could make a deal instead. He proposed that if he were able to do a one handed handstand that the officer let him go. the dubious officer took the deal and my friend was able to successfully do a one handed handstand needless to say he was able to go home that night without a problem

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  • uriel

    uriel

    March 10, 2015, 6:36 pm

    > Sometimes it doesn't seem to do anything at all when I click the alien.

    Hmmm.. that might be a bug, or maybe reddit was down? Next time it happens can you check the JavaScript console and see if it says something there? (I think still you can access this by right clicking on for example the orange envelope, but I think the Chrome are in the process of disabling this hack, so if that doesn't work try Ctrl+Shift+J).

    > I wish it would display the info when you click the article from reddit, like socialite does.

    Ah, that is a good point, originally Marvin would always check if the current page had been posted, and if so, it would display the relevant info, I changed it to match more closely socialite's on-demand nature, but it might make more sense to switch back given the nature of Chrome's extension UI.

    Will try to experiment with some new ideas for the next release.

    Thanks for the feedback!

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  • DarkGamer

    DarkGamer

    March 10, 2015, 9:44 am

    Yeah you're entirely in the moral right to ignore the suffering of others because it might increase your expenses. After all anything that happens is their fault, and none of your responsibility. In fact, have another mint julip while your uninsured neighbor dies of cancer. Too bad they're not insured like us, right? Or rather, like me. If anything happens to you, you're fucked. Of course the insurance company will take care of those of us that are insured... they're always so honest and pay what they owe...

    WTF was I thinking. Let's buy another tank and send it to Iraq or Afghanistan in celebration of our freedom from oppressive socialism.

    You live in some Randian fanstasy land where every risk factor and random chance can be avoided with enough *gumption*. Good day.

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  • Geee

    Geee

    March 11, 2015, 2:52 am

    It's hard to say about the price, because it just depends a lot. But I'm positive you could find someone to do it for free. When it's really simple model like that with simple textures I'd say It's about 4-8 hours of work or less, but depends really on the quality, details etc. Of course you'd want it somewhat decent. For $50 you can probably get a pretty good low-poly model, but don't expect anything spectacular. Actually, for low-poly models, you should find somebody with better texture painting skills, because that's what makes the difference.

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  • kgilr7

    kgilr7

    March 11, 2015, 6:50 am

    I would like a dog but I am not allowed since I am renting, and because of that there is a limited amount of things I can do. Also my house is deemed a historical property which limits what my landlord can do with it. He can't really do things like give me a better door, change the windows etc without getting a permit, and anything that threatens the "character" of the house will be denied. My windows are very vulnerable.

    But yeah people judge gun owners a lot which I don't agree with. People have guns for many reasons, and they're not all Republicans or hicks or some other stupid stereotype.

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  • screechyd

    screechyd

    March 10, 2015, 11:43 pm

    As I pointed out the *last* time you asked reddit to vote for you, the description includes nothing that shows any concern for America's schools.

    I was heavily downvoted and criticized for mentioning this last time, and some other username mentioned that your findings are going to help you setup such schools in America. I had said that if I knew if that other username were part of the project, I may have voted for you.

    This time, I would have liked to see the description address the issue of America's failing school systems and how your model could help, but I see you have not added that in there. For this reason, I am respectfully declining to vote for you or anyone else (I'm not against your project, I'm just not *for* your project), and I wish you luck in your endeavors.

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  • phimoguy

    phimoguy

    March 10, 2015, 6:51 pm

    When you have sex, does it hurt about as much as anything can? No? Alright, I'll hold off on considering myself lucky then.

    I literally cannot have sex without a condom. Insertion is painful, and intercourse is painful. 3 seconds and it hurts too much to continue. That means that I can never have sex with my wife in a way that makes it possible to have children.

    The steroid cream has a much lower success rate, and the problem is that the condition can come back even after you're "cured", possibly years later.

    I've talked to two urologists plus my regular doctor about this and they all say the same thing: if I want it gone, I need to get circumcised.

    I'm sorry you're feeling depressed about your loss, but this is "grass is greener" syndrome if I've ever seen it. I'd sacrifice 99% of the pleasure I get with sex in order to not feel agonizing pain.

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  • lashesngloss

    lashesngloss

    March 10, 2015, 9:30 pm

    Have had the ability to form attachments or strong, lasting relationships to people outside your family? How are your relationships within your family? Have you broken any laws/harmed any animals/started any fires? Did you wet your bed into late childhood?

    I think I know the answer to this question, but do you ever feel any remorse or regret over anything that you do?

    No?

    Okay, just let me know your where you're going to college (so I can stay away)...

    plus, I see a career in politics in your future. I can also think of some governmental agencies that would find your skill sets to be asset. This could definitely work to your advantage.

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  • niccamarie

    niccamarie

    March 11, 2015, 4:01 am

    Dude. School just started a month ago. I really hope you stayed on campus for the summer, because otherwise that's just gross.

    Ribbing aside, if you're having allergy problems it could be a variety of things: recent moving stirring up dust, ragweed being in season, general poor ventilation in dorms....depends on what usually bugs out your allergies. If this was the only place you've found mold, its probably not the issue. Toxic black mold generally grows on walls or other building materials; this is more likely your generic didn't-clean-the-fridge-out food mold, albeit a large quantity of it. If you're concerned that mold is growing faster than normal in your dorm, be on the lookout for signs of mold in the building itself (on walls, ceilings, carpets, and particularly in bathrooms) and try to keep humidity down - get adequate ventilation, put a fan in a window, etc. If you find evidence that there may be a building issue (or if its just your room has a broken window) complain to the housing office. If they don't listen, make an appointment with the head/director of housing and complain directly to him/her.

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  • blackblocanarchist

    blackblocanarchist

    March 10, 2015, 1:14 pm

    - The worst situation I have been in was in Miami, Florida during the Summit of the Americas protests in November, 2003. The Miami protests saw the introduction of the policing model which came to be called the Miami Model, which involves overwhelming use of force against all demonstrators and the deployment of high tech non-lethal weaponry.

    A good friend of mine, Jordan Feder, was a protest medic there and was exposed to a combination of capsicum powder and OC powder or other agents, which may have reduced his immune system severely. He contracted meningitis on the way home and died several agonizing days later at the age of 23. He was a vegan gymnast with no prior medical condition.

    Police violence was the worst there than I have ever seen [EDIT: in the United States. Genoa, Italy in 2001 was worse], often against simple marching without a permit, although the Black Bloc did try to tear down the protective fence around the summit. Protesters plans largely fell apart in the face of this, ending in a rout. So, least successful from a protest standpoint and most traumatic personally.

    - I have only been arrested twice, in 2002 and 2004, both times as a John Doe [refused to give name or identify self] and released without charges after being held for 38 hours in the first case and 40 hours in the second case.

    - I will separate the violence question into two parts, since I know people hold different opinions as to what constitutes violence. First: property destruction. Property destruction usually occurs in two main ways - premeditated attacks on windows, buildings, fences, etc. and "in the moment attacks" on police or corporate media vehicles and other objects [setting fires in dumpsters, etc]. I have participated in the past in the first kind, but only in a targeted way, and in the second kind relative to the moment - example would be in Minneapolis for the Republican National Convention in 2008, when a police car tried to drive into a crowd, it got a slashed tire and a smashed window.

    Property destruction against mom & pop shops is wrong, and is often the result of a young anarchist not knowing the difference or not caring.

    As for physical violence against people, yes. Planning to go to a demonstration to fight cops is a bad plan, tactically. It always fails - police are better trained, have better equipment and better organization in a street fight. If you try to attack a line of cops you are asking to lose. That said, if an arrest is happening, un-arresting involves physical altercation. In 2002 in DC at an anti-war demo, a cop attacked my friend, so we managed to push him to the ground and grab his baton. I have seen more, but these are limited. Others had involved throwing orange traffic barrels at Secret Service agents, throwing rocks at police lines in Europe, going [homemade] shield wall to shield wall with police. As for kind of fighting, it's mostly grappling, pushing, kicking. And it's rare. The point of a Black Bloc in theory is to take space so that other people won't get attacked and be a presence, or to engage in hit and run direct action. If the cops are fighting you, it's usually because they've cornered you.

    Mostly, physical violence occurs as police lines hit lines of protesters and a fight breaks out, or through individual arrests. In DC in 2001 at Bush's first inauguration, we were encircled at 14th and K. Several affinity groups linked arms and formed a wedge, then pushed our way out through police like in a mosh pit. In the process, we knocked over then Chief Ramsey who was standing behind the police line as we pushed through.

    There are also instances where neo-nazis are involved at protests, like at anti-fascist demos. For that, gloves are off. Most boneheads are pretty big, but don't know how to fight as a group - they want to square off one on one and box you. They also love to pick fights. So you encircle them, grab any clothing, pull them into the crowd and kick them until they run away. It's more important to make the big tough guy look like a loser than to actually injure him. Some of those demos got pretty out of hand.

    Also, I say former Black Bloc anarchist because of one particular fight. There was an anti-immigrant rally where neo-nazis showed up and joined the anti-immigrant crowd, which was mostly "they took our jobs" types. We knew who the white supremacists were, and began pointing them out and calling them out as neo-nazis. No fights happened at the demo and it was a good tactic because it really isolated their ability to recruit people and made some of the other people rethink who they were standing with. After the rally, however, a fight broke out on a side street near a parking lot between a neo-nazi and several anarchists. The neo-nazi pulled a knife, which was kicked out of his hand. A bystander, an older man who lived nearby, intervened and punched an anarchist. He got punched back and fell to the ground, bleeding. I was not part of this, but was running over to see what was going on and witnessed this. The whole fight was pointless and served no purpose; the rally was over. The political point was made.

    Seeing that older guy get punched was the last straw: I refused to take part in any more actions that served as a cover for gang-style fighting between neo-nazis and antifascists, because I think there is a point where it just devolves into mindless grudge settling, and innocents get caught up in it.

    - My best memory is from Seattle, 1999 at the WTO protests when they announced the opening ceremony was canceled. I was at the convergence space at 420 Denny when that happened. That, or either from Quebec City protests in 2001 when protesters tore down a fence and we were running through the St. Jean-Baptiste neighborhood where residents were offering us water and apples in broken English, or the first inauguration of Bush in 2001, when we made it five feet from charging onto the parade route and there were only 3 arrests within the Bloc. [EDIT: that Black Bloc was probably the best organized I have ever seen, and stayed really mobile, with a very good plan beforehand with several fall back plans, hashed out at a vouched-only spokescouncil meeting the night before.]

    - Weirdest memories are the ones in between skirmishes. This used to happen more often, or in smaller towns not used to "professional" protest tactics. In Philly during the RNC in 2000, after the first day of protests but before the crazy day of action, everyone took a lunch/dinner break. I was in a pizza shop, as were about 20 anarchists. Four cops walked in and everyone looked at each other. Then the cops ordered pizza and sat down, and everyone just went on eating as if it were accepted that this was neutral ground.

    A similar thing happened when a motorcycle cop waved some of us over to him and explained that this is his job, and his daughter is our age and we both agreed amicably that neither of us had anything personal against the other. The next day, motorcycle cops rammed into our banner as we were marching and a fight broke out.

    [EDIT: running into Jon Stewart in Minneapolis after running away from tear gas was also pretty weird.]

    Also, when I was arrested in DC in 2002 as a John Doe, I was with my girlfriend. We were getting zip tied, and the cop doing it looked at us and said he could probably get us on the same arrest bus. I replied they'd just split us up any way once we got to processing. He sort made a sympathetic frown, loosened the zip ties and said it would be all right. His superior then relieved him of zip tying people. I ended up in the hospital that night with breathing complications from pepper spray and was released into the custody of a corrections officer. The CO said he couldn't stand the cops at Cellblock B where the holding tank was, then took my paperwork and left it on some random cop car at the hospital. When he handed me over back to holding, he told them he had never been given any paperwork. I was held longer, but no charges were filed against me. I always keep that in mind when people try to dehumanize police officers individually.

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  • mediaman2

    mediaman2

    March 10, 2015, 10:27 am

    I will add to col381's comment below - I have a lot of female friends, many of them very attractive, and I have no interest in them beyond being great friends.

    I'm also in an existing relationship which is very warm and trusting and grew out of a long friendship. She actually asked me; I had no real intentions during our close friendship besides being friends until she brought it up.

    I guess some guys just can't help being creepy. Just respect women without worshipping them. Treat them like people but don't let them push you. Some of the more attractive ones appreciate people who don't slobber on them, and it strengthens your relationship with them, whether as a friend or more.

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  • NotKumar

    NotKumar

    March 10, 2015, 9:52 pm

    MCAT: merely 36.

    Advice: There is hope no matter how low your GPA is. Nail the interview, be yourself no matter how quirky you are; that will set you apart. The studentdoctor forums seem to be frequented by those who are super intense but there is some good advice on there.

    Specialty: Family medicine, maybe emergency medicine. Although there are many, many people who go into medical set on landing one of the ROAD (Radiology, ophthalmology, anesthesiology, dermatology, plastic surgery belongs here too but doesn't fit with the mnemonic) specialties, I don't think that's the way to go. I like that you're able to form a bond with the community as a family practitioner but I dislike how you must refer, refer, and refer.

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  • sociologistdana

    sociologistdana

    March 11, 2015, 4:52 am

    Hi Offthefence! I originally was going to type you a novel of advice (both logistical and emotional) but found everything I was planning on covering already existing in other comments! Way to steal my thunder, redditors. ;)

    I am commenting, though, to show my support. My family converted into the church when I was five years-old. When I was 15, I told my mom I didn't believe in Mormonism anymore -- funny thing, neither did she. Our family followed the bureaucratic procedures to remove our names from church records, and I've been church-less since (minus some run-ins with my mom's new Presbyterian church...).

    Am I bitter? No -- in fact, my Mormon upbringing inspired my research interests and current grad school adventure. Am I saying it's easy? Hell no -- all my Mormon friends disowned me in high school, and it wasn't until fairly recently that we've communicated superficially through Facebook, etc. I acknowledge that your situation is further complicated by being in Utah and the social ties/culture thereof.

    Best of luck, Offthefence!

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  • alwayslearning

    alwayslearning

    March 11, 2015, 1:01 am

    It depends. Sometimes we know what we're going for, and sometimes we just end up there. If I want to be tied up and I haven't said so I'll kind of put my hands and whimper a little, and he gets it. If he grabs my wrist and I struggle away, I could be playing or I could be serious, which is why we always have a safeword. Sometimes, no matter how much someone loves bondage, they might not be in the mood, so we like to have a "slow down" word and a "stop everything" word, just so we have that extra room for more talking if need be.

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  • dunmalg

    dunmalg

    March 10, 2015, 5:14 pm

    It's a typical study that started from a foregone conclusion, then set about cherry picking a dataset to fit it. The conclusion is true, but totally misleading. It's in the same vein as the "you are X times more likely to be shot by your home defense gun than you are to shoot a burglar with it". That stat is true, but also misleading. Burglars generally run when you brandish a firearm, so no shot results. Jerky spouses who *live there* aren't going to run... rather they tend to get **more belligerent** when you pull that pistol from the drawer! Of **course** you're more likely to get shot by your own gun. Only *family* knows you well enough to want to kill you!

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  • Epyo

    Epyo

    March 10, 2015, 5:54 pm

    Portal is one of the most memorable, creative, fun-filled games I've ever played. Are you forgetting about the humor, the atmosphere, the flawless level design? It's so intuitive, but so clever, even non-gamers fall in love if they manage to get used to FPS controls quickly enough. Even though it is short, it's probably one of the most special, high-quality games of the decade.

    Duke Nukem? Just an unimmersive Doom clone. Rez? Seriously? The gameplay was a joke, the graphics and style don't make any sense, the only thing it has going is the music thing, and to be honest even that is done very poorly, especially compared to later similar ideas like Everyday Shooter, or less applicably, Audiosurf.

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  • shockfactor

    shockfactor

    March 10, 2015, 10:51 am

    Just let him do his thing.

    Make it clear that you have a boyfriend by redirecting your conversations to things about him.

    If he's disturbing your work, you can say "Hey, I'm kind of busy right now, can I get a rain check?"

    and just keep doing that. He'll get the message eventually.

    Put in earbuds or put on big headphones when you notice him approaching, without making it obvious that you're doing it because he's coming, then just ignore him and play it off that you didn't even notice him.

    If you tell him flat out, you're just going to crush his soul.

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  • Gay_Lay_Ale

    Gay_Lay_Ale

    March 11, 2015, 3:27 am

    This is actually a throwaway account.

    I do go to church because my sister goes to the same ward as I do, but I will often leave to go to a bookstore or get some coffee or just sit in the foyier. I actually have y records in a ward somewhere else to avoid getting a calling. I also haven't paid tithing for 2 years now, which my parents are aware of and causes a lot of tension between us. But I won't hide the fact that I do pretend to enjoy church, when i actually want to kill myself every second I am there.

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