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  • onemyke

    onemyke

    March 10, 2015, 5:53 am

    I had been, and it was the perfect girl next door situation too. My parents actually bought a friends house like ten years ago, I didn't even know that was the house we were going to buy until they took me to it as they were making the final negotiations. My friend never talked to the girl across the street too much, otherwise I would have met her earlier. Before I moved into this house she got my AIM screen name from a mutual friend and we started talking. We ended up becoming best friends in high school, although dated other people (sometimes people that we set each other up with) until I start to really notice how amazing we are together junior and senior year of high school. I take her to my senior prom, but didn't make a move. She moved away that fall for college and we've been drifting apart ever since. Now she's two years deep into a seemingly great relationship and I just get to dream after we see each other every holiday or birthday season (our birthdays are two days apart, with a mutual friend's birthday in between.) Perfect love story with an imperfect ending.

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  • Kowai03

    Kowai03

    March 11, 2015, 4:06 am

    I've had my Mum and Sister have complications when they gave birth so I'm so grateful that they had the facilities and trained professionals they needed.

    I hate when people on either side bash the other, I also hate when people do things out of ignorance. Having a baby is one of the biggest events in a woman's life and its really important for us to be knowledgeable about it so that we can make informed choices.

    I think sometimes people have one bad experience with a hospital and suddenly all hospitals are horrible places. Talking to my sister she's had two births in hospitals, two different ones (private and public), and with one they were really helpful, patient and kind where in the other they weren't so much. It definitely matters where you go.

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  • hubertCumberdanes

    hubertCumberdanes

    March 10, 2015, 5:41 am

    Haha, yes this had crossed my mind. I guess my issue is the blatant attempt at biasing the reader by defaming Darwin and giving a "balanced" view of creationism (yeah right).

    The origin of species already has a really well written introduction to it, which basically gives the reader an unbiased understanding of the time in which Darwin wrote the book along with a bit of biographical information.

    But you are right, hopefully the readers can see the introduction for what it is and read the rest saying "oh wow, thats not what i learnt about evolution at church"

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  • GhostFish

    GhostFish

    March 11, 2015, 4:40 am

    Not a question, but a suggestion.

    If you haven't or aren't currently seeing a doctor of some kind about this issue then you should seriously consider it.

    From my own personal experience with crippling SA, college was initially a nightmare. I was terrified of even having to pass by the guys I shared a common room with in the dorms, and because of that I sometimes went days without eating because I couldn't bring myself to leave the room. I eventually fell into a serious depression, and only when I realized that my life was unlivable did I finally get help.

    You don't have to deal with this on your own. People can and do want to help.

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  • sreyemhtes

    sreyemhtes

    March 10, 2015, 6:48 pm

    In 2000 I was (a very junior) part of a ridiculously conceived and ridiculously well funded, web venture. We poured $100M down the rat hole (hey there Softbank!). Many many bad things were done, much money was wasted. A suite of Global HQ offices in the Woolworth building (We were paying the equivalent of $250 a square foot). Aeron Chairs for everyone. Web Objects. Frozen Margaritas delivered every Friday at 4. VPs hired in from Scient, March First etc.

    The single biggest disaster among many, many clusterfucks was Lotus Fucking Notes.

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  • Mikola777

    Mikola777

    March 10, 2015, 3:27 pm

    >Three Rings for the *Lobster-kings* under the sky,

    >Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,

    >Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die,

    >One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne

    >In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.

    >One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,

    >One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them

    >In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie...

    I think the Elvish was poorly translated originally.

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  • poco

    poco

    March 10, 2015, 8:11 pm

    I was doing tech support and built a tech support tracking system in an afternoon. Anyone could submit an issue through a serviceable UI, it would add it to the DB, send an email to the support team manager, he could forward it to someone on the team, the support team could mark it as "in progress" and close it when done, where it would get forwarded back to the manager to close..

    This isn't something usually done on paper anymore, but I recently worked somewhere where vacation requests were still done on paper and a full request/approval system could have been done in Notes in an afternoon 13 years ago. Web apps are the modern equivalent but still take longer to build from scratch.

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  • elshizzo

    elshizzo

    March 11, 2015, 5:52 am

    Oh no, people in jobs that contribute nothing to society will lose them!

    Conservatives talk about waste in government, but saving pointless industries in the name of "jobs" is the ultimate waste

    The only way that private insurance companies go out of business is if they can't compete with the government because government does a better job of providing the service. Society wins because consumers get better quality/cheaper insurance. Inefficient industries perish. This is a GOOD result of competition.

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  • forevererratic

    forevererratic

    March 10, 2015, 7:26 pm

    The fucking scene was indeed great, just not _the best ever_ imo.

    If you've already read the book, I'll refresh you, but obviously I won't do it justice.

    **SPOILER ALERT**

    The main character - the immortal, goes into a bar and hustles a pool shark. The thing is, the main character sucks at pool. But his invisible demon friend just moves the balls for him, including in some impossible squiggly lines.

    Its not a huge scene and I might be weird in loving it so much, but its one of the few scenes in any book ever that actually made me laugh out loud. I feel good just thinking about it. Thanks for making me remember this memory!

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  • cyricsmith

    cyricsmith

    March 10, 2015, 3:06 pm

    We carry nothing, the only protection we have is our partners, there are three of us on at a time and we have to watch each others back. We have petitioning trying to get Tasers, but that keeps getting shot down. And pepper spray we cannot use due to the sensitive environment and people with possible respiratory problems. Halloween, New years eve, and the 4th of July are usually pretty busy, this 4th we restrained 4 people withing 15 minutes, they all came in drunk from the same party. One was trying to break out of his room by breaking the window with his head, while his girlfriend was throwing the breathalyzer across the room at a nurses head.

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  • homergonerson

    homergonerson

    March 10, 2015, 3:02 pm

    Yeah, some people like the stats, some don't care, and I've never heard of someone who won't play on a server with them, so there's no harm adding it. The 32 is a bit of a frag fest at times, I'll talk with the owner and see what he wants to do on it.

    You know, I've only tried hoodoo once, and I didn't like the layout at all. Maybe because it was a new map, or maybe because it's actually bad, but don't worry, it's not even being considered. We're thinking of just doing the top 3 played from Steam's TF2 stats: ctf\_2fort, pl\_goldrush, cp_dustbowl , maybe 4 rounds per map. Gives everyone a chance to play on both teams twice, and gives you a ctf, pl, and cp map.

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  • pathofdestruction

    pathofdestruction

    March 10, 2015, 8:14 pm

    Much thanks for your useful advice, and to the rest of you with constructive criticism. I got home, somewhat shell-shocked, and instinctively went to the fridge to grab a beer. I wish I could say that I am a better man today and didn't drink, but lying to the anonymous internet serves no purpose other than to extend this delusional world I have put myself in.

    For a great many things, alcohol can be used to drown out the hopeless feelings constantly in one's mind, but this was simply not the case. Things began to slowly settle in, and an introspective nightmare began to unfold and it was then I realized that if I don't tackle the underlying issues I will end up like my aunt, dead at an early age. At one point in my life I was suicidal, and I still hit the bottom of the manic wave and have hopeless thoughts, but these days I really want to live life to its fullest and come out to be half the man my parents raised me to be.

    As I admit to my faults, I sincerely hope that a month from now I can spell out the reasons why I am a better man because of this abrupt halt to my reckless lifestyle. I'm going to end this post and go for a run, I seem to remember it helping me in the past and am thankful for the suggestion. Night guys

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  • 5x88

    5x88

    March 11, 2015, 1:39 am

    Heh, been there myself long ago.

    Nows where you get to live with all those cliche's you hear everyday.

    Be a man!

    Suck it up!

    Keep the faith!

    All I can say is, you own it (damn, there's another one) and it's not the end of the world (shit, sorry).

    Get away for a while, some distance and new people surrounding you have a way of making the transition to the improvement more effective.

    Me? I got a dog. Black Lab. Something happy to be around. What I got in return was unconditional love, no matter what. She doesn't mind that I've had a bad day, life sucks, and the rents late. She wags her tail at me anyway.

    In the end, I was told the secret to improvement.

    I do all I can, everyday, to be the kind of person she thinks I am.

    YMMV, but don't give up. Then THEY win.

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  • natgoo

    natgoo

    March 11, 2015, 8:02 am

    My anecdotal evidence was in response to the comment below - excuse me for conflating reddit comments for ease of response.

    So strong manly men such as yourself are turned off by.... the fear of being a strong role model to boys of single mothers in housing estates with multi-generational unemployment? Families in which *no one* has ever worked? Families in which you could, actually, make a difference?

    Yah, yah the Daily Mail has nothing do with it - you could man up and, you know, choose to go with statistics (number of male primary teachers: number of male primary teachers accused of paedophilia) or you can choose the other way. Your anecdotal evidence doesn't trump mine, friend.

    (Edit: spelling)

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  • carlgorn

    carlgorn

    March 10, 2015, 9:00 pm

    I have one the opposite way. I had always remembered a dream I had when I was about 2 or 3 where I swallowed a screw and I remember having to go the hospital. And there were socks involved, and people trying to put them on me. And bright gas station lights and a station wagon. I remember a lot of this in the 3rd person too... About a year ago my mum had told me that when I was 3 I had swallowed a screw and had to go to the hospital to check it out. So it all really had happened after all! It was a "whoa." moment for sure.

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  • blackblocanarchist

    blackblocanarchist

    March 11, 2015, 4:02 am

    Tough question, actually. It all boils down to who is a legit anarchist or not.

    I still hold to an anarchist ethos that the state's authority rests on violence or the threat of violence, and that corporations, as entities, are downright tyrannical in their structure vis-a-vis who creates wealth and who owns it.

    However, I'd say that I have never been fond of sectarianism. I vote, for instance. So people might say that means I'm not. I don't think Republicans are fascists, and there are both Republicans and Democrats of varying shades of authoritarianism.

    It comes down to a question of what do you do about it? You can't call yourself an anarchist and then promote a revolution by authoritarian vanguard. But some who advocate that kind of revolution might call themselves anarchists.

    I would say I still hold many anarchist ideals - autonomy, liberty, mutual aid, direct action - but these should be applied to other things as a guide rather than an end that magically appears at the end of the anarchy rainbow.

    As to why not anymore? Every team has its own contradictions. Ideology tends to solidify over time and be rather intolerant. Plus, I don't think most people's social upbringing in today's world lends itself enough to cooperation and respect. Culturally, we have some very materialistic, identity based distrust going on. That's not a thing that changes quickly. I became more interested in practical issues and that is often at odds with the romanticized anarchist ideal.

    [EDIT: after some thought, I'd also say that once street protest of any kind becomes an end in itself, or loses its pre-figurative aspect - embodying the change you want to see - it means the movement has failed or is failing. Winning that street confrontation does not win the war, and next time it will be harder. You need to have a movement behind it or it's just fighting for fighting sake.]

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  • PublicStranger

    PublicStranger

    March 10, 2015, 5:18 pm

    Five months without sexual activity, masturbation excluded. At the end of that, I entered a new relationship but went another three months without intercourse because my boyfriend and I wanted to make sure we were clean before taking any risks (we did other things, though!). Also, we wanted to make sure we were compatible before complicating our relationship with sex, since we'd both come out of some pretty shitty prior relationships and had our hearts broken.

    So, 8 months total? Not very long, but then I'm still quite young and I was a bit late getting started.

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  • yayweb21

    yayweb21

    March 11, 2015, 4:58 am

    I appreciate your input. I agree with you that a good bit of development has to happen before you can even use a model, and then another good bit has to happen before you can be sure of what you even want in a final model.

    A lot of development has been completed (physics engine, collisions, model animation framework, mapping, item interactions). Many pieces are missing (comprehensive levels, story), but it is far from being without a foundation.

    Maybe I do have a poor image of what the role of the artist is in a development project. I imagined they would make decisions like "how does character X move when he swings a sword?" Is that not normally the case with small efforts?

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  • LorenK

    LorenK

    March 10, 2015, 1:13 pm

    Acquiring an understanding of the syndrome, recognizing the traits in family members, speculating they might have the condition - without necessarily asking them to obtain a diagnosis - can be invaluable in helping someone understand their life.

    True, the less discerning self-diagnoser may leap to wild, unfounded conclusions. However, there are a lot of people over age 30 who were never identified as having AS. That some of these people were able to semi-integrate themselves into society and become functional adults, doesn't make them any less autistic. Misdiagnosis results from sheer ignorance as to what exactly AS is - but there are people who actually know what they are talking about.

    To doubt that a person (or relative) of someone with AS - upon learning what AS is - could possibly recognize the condition...is to question how an intelligent person could possibly read a detailed description of VERY OBSERVABLE social and cognitive characteristics, and then realize they've observed 90% of these traits in either themself or someone they've known well for several decades.

    The general consensus, which seems to say that no one could possibly arrive at this conclusion on their own (and be correct) is complete bullshit. Many adults are diagnosed NOT because they went to a specialist and said "tell me what's wrong"; instead, they figured it out on their own, sought a professional opinion, and ended up being exactly right.

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  • phill21

    phill21

    March 10, 2015, 10:32 pm

    This has more to do with the Fourier analysis then Nyquest, the half assed intro to Nyquest I got said nothing about harmonics and yes this is a homework assignment. I remember talking about doing this in class so we had an upper limit for Fourier and I remember it being a stupid easy equation, but you think I could remember it or find where I wrote it down? I may not have explained this well, but I need the largest usable harmonic based on a given bit-rate and cutoff freq.

    What I do have makes it look like I can get the first harmonic frequency from the bit-rate and multiplying that by the cutoff frequency gives me the largest usable harmonic.

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  • pearsNpeas

    pearsNpeas

    March 11, 2015, 1:25 am

    It's incredible to me that anyone is even arguing about this. Polanski gave alcohol to a kid, then gave the kid part of a qualude (demonstrating even more so that he knew full well he was dealing with just a kid), he then proceeded to rape the kid to the extent of intercourse.

    No amount of time should ever change the severity of such a crime. Imagine the repercussions it would have if they let him off. All the pedofiles in the world would go wild with empowerment. They're already ridiculously bold - as demonstrated by the Chris Hanson show.

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  • rhammonsster

    rhammonsster

    March 10, 2015, 11:02 am

    Wow! I am a 42 year old heterosexual male who happens to have /r/jailbait as one of my subreddits. Kind of ashamed to admit that now. I know I will never have sex with a 15 year old. Nor do I think that a little hottie is imagining having sex with my old, balding fat ass. What truly shames me is the fact that violentacrez felt it necessary to ban someone for stating they didn't feel it was right for a 40 year old to drug and butt rape a 13 year old. After seeing how easily Violentacrez banned someone for expressing their opinion, I have to ask Reddit staff to do this :

    Ban Violeasshat as quickly as he/she hit that button. in return, I will happily remove /r/jailbait from mt subreddits.

    Edit:

    While I am generally opposed to using the ban button, I have to say this, V.Acrez removed someone's right on reddit to state their opinion, now he/she/it needs to feel the other side of the sword.

    Additional edit to include this sentence from Wiki :

    "Clinically, ephebophilia is rarely regarded as a mental disorder unless it affects the ephebophile's life in a destructive way.'

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  • xenocidal

    xenocidal

    March 11, 2015, 7:32 am

    Thanks for the input firetruck1. This is similar to the few answers I have received in person. This has also assuaged some of my fears about entering the industry. But fear not, I won't just give up on thermo. That was never my intention, just to find out how it worked in the job market. I will continue my uphill battle with thermo and hopefully come out on top.

    My thermo Professor himself said that it took him five years of teaching the course to finally start to understand thermodynamics. But I didn't want to take his word for it because a) he's a professor and has no experience outside the classroom and b) he's the worst teacher I've had in engineering.

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  • coolmanmax2000

    coolmanmax2000

    March 10, 2015, 5:18 pm

    I guess my concern is that mothers are unduly worried about c-sections and avoid hospitals; despite the ability of a hospital to treat any sudden complications that may arise. The mortality rate for c-sections in the US is 20 per 1 million patients, and the figures are artificially increased because some people requiring c-sections have severely complicated pregnancies; the mortality rate in women who are otherwise healthy and have only slightly or not-at-all complicated pregnancies is probably close to that of vaginal births. However, even in developed countries, almost 10 in 1000 neonates die, a rate that is 500 times greater than the mortality rate for mothers receiving c-sections. Hospitals can and do prevent some of these deaths. Midwives are good, and I can't imagine people having home births without a trained midwife (although some do) but they aren't a match for a team of physicians or surgeons with the facilities to handle a rapidly expiring neonate.

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  • shockfactor

    shockfactor

    March 10, 2015, 2:45 pm

    Back in highschool we would start up lans in the computer lab.

    Typically, I would play with the same group in the same class periods, but one day I hung out all day and played with one of the other classes.

    They too played it among themselves, some even shit talked saying they were going to win and what not.

    I went 81 K/D in unreal tournament (2000 version), beating the shit out of everyone in the classroom (free for all with about 13 people)

    Then we started playing cs:1.6, and guess fucking what? I killed their whole team (7 people) single handedly for three matches in a row before they all ragequitted.

    Was funny.

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  • kermityfrog

    kermityfrog

    March 11, 2015, 3:42 am

    Thanks, and it's not a matter of my lack of intelligence, but rather my ignorance. I can properly digest facts and draw conclusions, but do not know much about mushrooms. I only took the chance to argue because my bullshit detector was triggered - it seemed illogical that mushrooms be so hazardous to our health, and yet be sold without any written warnings in supermarkets. Also, while the FDA in the US may be incompetent, I didn't feel that similar agencies in Canada or Europe would be similarly oblivious to these "facts".

    I just found it surprising that Chermond was so adamantly defending what he saw as indisputable facts despite the self-admitted scarcity of research.

    As per quotations from Dr. Ames, and symbolic logic regarding facts - while B follows A, and C follows B, it does not necessarily mean that C follows A. Mushrooms do contain non-cumulative carcinogens, and these carcinogens are dangerous. However, the mushrooms must be demonstrated to contain enough carcinogens to harm humans, and that ingestion (rather than breathing in fumes) must be proven to be effective for the carcinogens to act.

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  • albatross5000

    albatross5000

    March 10, 2015, 10:01 am

    I'm a perpetrator of this event nearly every single day - with one difference. It's even more unpleasant actually. I never, EVER, make it to the stall. Each time, I am launched into a stall -- sometimes breaking the door (I once dislocated my shoulder on a door), and always making a huge disgusting mess on all of the sinks and mirrors. Regardless of the frequency of this 'void', if you will, I am in complete shock after being shot into an unlocked metal door, and am unable to get it together enough to do more than just put my pants on and get the hell out of there.

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