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  • will-o-wisp

    will-o-wisp

    March 11, 2015, 4:38 am

    I suppose I don't have the idea of intuition as a mysterious feeling of being compelled to try something. It's near impossible to know things intuitively without being exposed to similar things, so intuition must be trained. Knowing without exposure would be instinct. Knowing how to use a mouse isn't intuitive but it gets intuitive over time.

    Perhaps it's me being young, but seeing 'mice' in this context hurts my eyes. Why would an irregular plural form of a noun carry over to an invented new meaning which is metaphorical and distant? The logical thing to do is to introduce variation to distinguish the separate meanings. To add more data: the plural of walkman is walkmans, not walkmen.

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  • Eat_the_Rich

    Eat_the_Rich

    March 10, 2015, 10:36 am

    The author makes a good point. *Both* parties of the duopoly (but especially the Republicans) fear a mobilized electorate.

    Hell, as Piven and Cloward documented long ago, a mobilized electorate was the reason for first implementing a voter registration system.

    Despite popular belief, the first voter registration systems were *not* started in the city, but in rural areas to drive down the number (because of the hassle of leaving the farm to go to town to register to vote) of uppity farmers who dared exercise their right to vote.

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  • GenericUserName

    GenericUserName

    March 10, 2015, 10:37 am

    Mirriam-Webster Online

    Main Entry: de·moc·ra·cy

    Pronunciation: \di-ˈmä-krə-sē\

    Function: noun

    Inflected Form(s): plural de·moc·ra·cies

    Etymology: Middle French democratie, from Late Latin democratia, from Greek dēmokratia, from dēmos + -kratia -cracy

    Date: 1576

    1 a : government by the people; especially : rule of the majority b : a government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them directly or indirectly through **a system of representation usually involving periodically held free elections**

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    Cambridge Dictionary Online

    democracy

    noun

    /dɪˈmɒk.rə.si//-ˈmɑː.krə-/

    [U] the belief in freedom and equality between people, or a system of government based on this belief, in which **power is either held by elected representatives or directly by the people themselves**

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  • benihana

    benihana

    March 10, 2015, 1:55 pm

    >Nudity is not maturity nor does it create realism. As a mature adult, how many naked people do I run into on a daily basis in reality?

    I completely agree. I mean, if there's one thing I hate about nudity in games, it's that it's unrealistic. In my daily routine (where I normally carry fifteen swords, three suits of armor and four hundred health potions) of killing people and looting their body of all their clothes, I've never *once* seen someone with anatomy - it's always covered by a brown leather bikini. I'm glad video games mimic this realism, because I know if I was playing Oblivion and I looted someone's body and took all their clothes, I would be mega pissed if they happened to be naked underneath it. Would totally kill my immersion.

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  • TomorrowsCanceled

    TomorrowsCanceled

    March 10, 2015, 9:53 am

    Reminds me of that Calvin and Hobbes comic where calvin askes his dad about color:

    Calvin: How come old photographs are always black and white? Didn't they have color film back then?

    Dad: Sure they did. In fact, those old photographs are in color. It's just that the world was black and white then. The world didn't turn color until sometime in the 1930s, and it was pretty grainy color for a while,too.

    C: But then why are old paintings in color?! If the world was black and white, wouldn't artists have painted it that way?

    D: Not necessarily. A lot of great artists were insane.

    C: But... But how could they have painted in color anyway? Wouldn't theirpaints have been shades of gray back then?

    D: Of course, but they turned colors like everything else did in the '30s.

    C: So why didn't old black and white photos turn color too?

    D: Because they were color pictures of black and white, remember?

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  • plaig

    plaig

    March 10, 2015, 8:44 am

    Dude, the NC10 is 100% incredible. I got a white one around the December 2008 launch and it hasn't given me any problems yet. Plus, they're cheap!

    The Samsung N510 looks like it will ROCK for a decent price, btw, to anyone in this market.

    EDIT: I just figured I'd add that it's a 12", not a 10" like the NC10, so its resolution is ~1366x768 and it runs NVIDIA's ION chipset with a 9400M powering HD-accelerated graphics. Seriously, I have high hopes for Samsung in the netbook market if they get this thing out fast enough. This system plays 720p HD with no issues at all...quietly.

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  • meganiac

    meganiac

    March 10, 2015, 10:06 pm

    Well to be fair, in my personal experience people who identify as republicans (as opposed to people who identify strictly as conservative) have a higher frequency of asshatery. I haven't yet seen my queer friends berated and dehumanized by groups of liberals, I have however seem them treated terribly by people with republican talking points spouting off hate-filled ignorant comments that hold no basis in reality.

    The negative views towards the conservatives are partially their own fault for allowing their political platform to have become corrupted by religious ideology and faith. When politicians are concerned I value skepticism over faith any day.

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  • IsThereTruth

    IsThereTruth

    March 10, 2015, 6:32 pm

    What about "the context"? Please explain how that makes him guilty somehow.

    BTW, it's Shahak, not Sharak. But who cares about details like that.

    Like Chomsky is anti-semitic. By "most". I.E. by zionist nationalists. Jews are better than everyone else. They are the chosen people. They can do no wrong and to criticize them on any basis shows irrational hatred toward Jews. Anyone who has any criticism is anti-semitic, because Jews can do nothing wrong. Hence those who find wrong are genetically disposed to hatred of Jews. It has always been thus. Anti-semitism is a genetic disorder exhibited by all races other than Jews and one which is even exhibited by some Jews themselves (see above).

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  • sjsilver

    sjsilver

    March 10, 2015, 10:32 am

    a 1979 Pontiac firebird, all primer grey.

    My dad's buddy owned it and needed a place to live because his girlfriend kicked him out, so my dad traded him his econoline van for it. This car had 4 bald tires, and no muffler so it was loud as hell. It had oil stained shag carpeting on the floor, and the spare tire in the back seat, (as the trunk was full of tools). The passenger side door was broken so you had to jump in dukes of hazard style, but the window roller was gone so you had to roll it down via a pair of vice grips on the nub. the alignment was so bad the steering wheel had to be at a 60° angle to go straight. The gear shift would come off in your hand, and you would have to reattach it while you drove. The radio only had one knob, and you had to pull it off the volume and put it on the tuner to change the channel.

    The kicker was my dad's buddy had long ago lost his keys, so he chiseled out the locks and ignition so that a flat head screwdriver would let you in and start it.

    That car was BAD ASS.

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  • dgianetti

    dgianetti

    March 11, 2015, 3:03 am

    My email to her and the lot mentioned in the other posts. It won't change a thing. I hope the family sues the living crap out of the paper.

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    Dear Ms. Dimanno,

    Rarely am I so incensed by an article that I feel the need to contact the author personally. Congratulations, Ms. Dimanno! You have succeeded in doing so.

    In a single article, you have single-handedly perpetuated every stereotype associated with the press today - callous, sensationalistic reporting that resulted in the death of a fellow human-being. Your goal of driving up ratings has certainly been exceeded. You are the talk of several discussion boards but, I'm afraid, it's not positive attention. Your responses to emails are also being posted and lend further weight to the fact you don't seem to care.

    If I may ask a question, please indulge me. What happened to sensible journalism? After writing a story that no doubt contributed to the man's death, you felt the need to write a follow-up column without a hint of remorse. You continued with the accusations and intimations as if he were indeed guilty.

    The best irony of this story? As a member of the media, you no doubt have been writing furiously about the "needless" deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan. The way the innocent people on both sides of the war have been murdered. So, this begs the question: How does it feel to know you killed a man? I mean, you may not have pulled the trigger, but you surely killed him just as if you had? I hope that rings in somewhere in your conscience. I truly hope you think about it, take it to heart, and become a better person for it.

    Somehow, however, I don't have high expectations.

    Good luck to you on the (invariably pending) lawsuit. I hope you put on a more compassionate face for the jury.

    Best Regards,

    xxxx

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  • Reliant

    Reliant

    March 10, 2015, 9:58 pm

    Lucas would never follow the expanded books and stay faithful to them. He would rewrite them as he sees fit in order to tell the story he wants to tell. I think that's one reason why he doesn't want to make a 7-9, because he knows he would ruin the expanded universe doing it. I would much rather he stay out of it and leave the expanded universe to the books.

    Also, when Lucas was doing the prequels, the only expanded universe info he used was an encyclopedia to know if a particular name had already been used, according to an interview with George Lucas.

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  • Fangsinmybeard

    Fangsinmybeard

    March 10, 2015, 5:35 pm

    Pleading that your head hurts when you think is not an excuse. Explain it so that you don't go down the road of no return. The Dirac sea, quantum probabilities, and the Einstien/Rosen Grating experiment of the 1990's all proven that the Higg's Boson is a wild goose chase. There has to be a better explanation of light, FTL phenomena and EM overloads especially shielded from Solar EM discharge. M-theory begins to explains that the universe is and open system, which flux energy or "zero point" energy is truly a non-discreet field effect that interacts with gravity and electromagnetism. To say "dark" energy is semantics, so yes there are particles, but to assume that Casimir effects, Cerenkov effects and Vandervaal forces do not show a an open system of the universe, then plead as much obliviousness as you want. Light, dark energy/dark matter, and the laws concerning the conservation of energy explaining the discreet fundamental physics are the elephants in the room. Bad premises lead to huge ass mistakes.

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  • DutchUncle

    DutchUncle

    March 10, 2015, 7:13 pm

    Be enthusiastic. By that I mean, whatever he does that you perceive as masculine and romantic, be really feminine. Learn how to half-swoon and seem like you're surrendering. (But, don't surrender without any effort on his part.)

    Whatever squeamishness you have about sex, get over it. You don't have to do anything you're uncomfortable with, but don't "wrinkle your nose" or put on your "ewwww" face. Seriously.

    Now, I'll give you two pieces of advice that come from the two favorite things a woman has ever done to me. Of course, one is a bit graphic. Consider yourself warned.

    Work up some spit, take your two fingers and thumb from one hand and draw the spit away from your mouth, onto your fingers, and then onto your man's penis. And then begin stroking. Whatever you do, don't stroke a man like you're shaking up a can whipped cream. I don't know where some women get this idea, but it's insane.

    For the other, say "Mmmmmmmm" like you mean it -- like you were eating really top quality ice cream. You can choose when you're going to say it, but a woman I knew, who was a really good kisser, used to say it immediately on pulling her head away after kissing me. She really made it sound like kissing me was deeply satisfying to her. Man, that was a huge fucking turn on.

    So, there you go. Have fun!

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