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  • lonjerpc

    lonjerpc

    March 11, 2015, 5:15 am

    Well you appear to have edited your original comment I responded to to remove mentioning your assumption of the religion of the poster you were responding to.

    "If you want Jews to give back your land"

    Here you imply that the poster is from a certain place in the context of your argument.

    But most importantly in this line you imply you should bring up the ethnicity and religion of the person you are arguing with

    "On(e) should do this"

    I can not see how using a persons ethnicity as an argument against them can not imply that you think their ethnicity is inferior in some way. Perhaps I am missing something here or misunderstanding the misspelling.

    The difference between ethnicity and race is complicated. This is due to race not really existing genetically. For example some black Africans are more closely related to white Europeans than to other subsets of black Africans.

    In other words race is an arbitrary distinction. This does not mean however that people don't make arbitrary judgments on the abilities or worth of others based on where they are from, what they look like, or who their parents are.

    You may not call it racism but to me it is just as bad and I think it matches the modern definition of racism. In the same way we call the Rwandan genocide a genocide despite those being killed not falling into your definition of race.

    But you are correct whether you believe that Arabs are inferior to Jews or not your argument should be addressed on its merits. Unfortunately a portion of your argument was based on the Ethnicity or whatever you want to call it of the poster. So perhaps what I should have said was that your argument was racist and therefore illogical.

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  • ilovefacebook

    ilovefacebook

    March 11, 2015, 12:56 am

    A few questions:

    1. How long are _The Chefs'_ days on the set?

    2. When the Chefs start each challenge, do they receive an inventory of what is in the kitchen in terms of tools, and ingredients beforehand and where stuff is located?

    3. Does the crew have full access to their hotel rooms? I've seen some shots of people waking up... can you guys just barge in any time?

    4. was there any sex occuring between contestants/crew and contestants?

    5. Does every contestant except the Top Chef really go home with nothing (except tv exposure)?

    6. How much of the food do the judges eat per dish? Do they get a couple minutes in between plates so that the flavors don't mash together and taste like shit?

    7. What media format do you shoot on?

    8. What editing system/program is used? Do the editors always have to do day turn?

    9. Other than the glad/kenmore sponsors, is there much product placement going on? Are there brands of ingredients that can't be used due to sponsor conflict?

    10. Has anybody gotten food poisoning/vomited from the dishes?

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  • eastofjava

    eastofjava

    March 10, 2015, 7:53 pm

    Funniest call: Guy in a tree stand (the kind for hunting) is cutting down branches, passes out and starts to fall from the tree stand. His arm gets caught in the stand, breaks, and the pain brings him around enough to prevent himself from falling all the way. So now he's stuck 25'-30' in this tree and feeling like he's going to pass out. My partner has to climb up a ladder (he's afraid of heights) to give the poor guy Morphine. In total, it took us and the fire department about and hour and 15 to get the guy down.

    Worst call emotionally: Pickup vs. crappy 1980's Chevy Nova with a 6 year old in the front seat. The boy wasn't injured too badly but he had some cuts on his forehead that basically covered his face with blood. His mother (driver of the Nova) was pretty banged up so we medi-vacced both of them. I don't know why, but it took everything I had to not cry as we put him in the helicopter.

    Worst call stress: Early 1990's Integra vs. a tractor trailer. The Integra was doing 100+ mph on a very straight stretch of rural road, hit the rear of the trailer. 6 kids in the Integra, 1 killed, 45 minutes of cutting the car apart to get them all out.

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  • whatisnanda

    whatisnanda

    March 10, 2015, 11:44 am

    You can always print more money. It seems like they are trying to superinflate and devalue the dollar. My guess is that it is the Europeans that are behind it, but I am sure that they have a lot of help on the US side as well. All of the rich bankers are in collusion against the poor sheeple and they have got 99% of the cards. I doubt that they are going to be able to pull it out of the fire this time, and if this thing has been planned they won't try. Second round of morgage failure is about to start and then winter will be here. If the sheeple get out of line, they will just round them up and put them in FEMA camps. Looks like Hitler won. They have better technology for control now so we are fucked. They do everything that they can to keep us dumb and keep us down, and we are brainwashed from day one

    One thing is they aren't our wars. There are the wars of the rich for control of the oil. That much is clear. Of course the media represents the wars are ours, but the majority of Americans don't want them. They fell for 9-11 but that is understandable. Nice videos. You are lucky. You live in a country with health care. We have nothing. All countries/corporations lobby everywhere, if they can afford it. Can't you patch into hulu thru some type of ghost sever thingy? Not very good with computers so cant help you there, but it sounds like a job for the CS guys. Marc should have gone to ground. There should have been enough people who would have helped him out....

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  • ST2K

    ST2K

    March 10, 2015, 6:30 pm

    Strengthening government power and weakening corporate power is how to solve this problem. What you're proposing has be the de facto standard for the last 30 years, but what's happened is that corporate interests have thoroughly infested government and now government simply rubber stamps corporate interests. A weaker government only means more power for corporations to eat people alive - basically killing them.

    The exact opposite of what you're calling for is necessary. Government needs to be strong enough to resist takeover from corporations. One great way to make itself immune from this is through campaign finance reform. Another way is to write and/or enforce laws that require politicians to not take corporate money. Will it happen again? Sure. But with a stronger government that's resilient against corporate takeover will be far more likely to prosecute the living daylights out of crooked politicians. It only takes a few dumb bastards going to prison before the rest of the politicians start to fall in line.

    The next step is to put in place strong regulatory laws and regulatory agencies that are robust, well-funded, provide ample oversight, and again... prosecute the living daylights out of offenders.

    I know you think there's something permanently wrong with government, but keep in mind that the constitution is designed so that all three branches keep each other in check. For the last 30 years, we've had unchecked global capitalism. It's grown out of control and it's killing people. It's robbed us of many privileges that make living in a civil society worthwhile. Corporations need checks and balances so that they don't encourage a culture of greed and sociopath governance.

    What body outside of government can keep corporations in check? This is why we need stronger government, not weaker. Keep in mind, corporations have *permission* from *the people* (the government) to operate. Corporations are here for the benefit of society and people, **not** the other way around.

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  • rmbarnes

    rmbarnes

    March 10, 2015, 4:48 pm

    >sexually harassed her on shift MULTIPLE TIMES

    What people don't seem to know about the word harassment is that something has to happen multiple times for it to be harassment. If you do something just once then that isn't harassment.

    Anyway, why they hell didn't they just look at this and see she was fired after two weeks for stealing and made the allegations as a result of that. Why can't people use common sense? A sexual harssment allegation really shouldn't be the nuclear option in the workplace.

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  • BoonTobias

    BoonTobias

    March 11, 2015, 8:35 am

    There is a very important point I think you are missing here. Western culture can push any kind of agenda on you, throw any kind of ideas at you, but it is you who get to decide what you want to do. You can follow them, or you can choose to do otherwise, you will not get you penalized for that.

    The culture we are talking about is not the same when it comes to that. You will definitely be called names, be punished or face much worse for your actions. These cultures suffer from sexual taboo. When something that is absolutely basic in human nature is repressed, the consequences are terrible. USA was like that at one time and it has come a long way since then, not that it's anywhere near perfect but it has gotten significantly better.

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  • elkroppo

    elkroppo

    March 10, 2015, 5:57 pm

    I bought the Windsor Tourist and have about 1500 miles on it. The wheels are not that great, I have replaced 3 spokes so far on the rear, and when I got them I had to tension and true them, but I knew that going in based on some reviews I had read.

    I am 6'6" and about 250 lbs, plus I regularly carry about 30lbs of commuter crap, and other than the wheels the bike has been great, and it came in a frame size that is at least close to what I needed.

    I will get some better wheels and plan on riding a ton of miles in the future. Fast shipping, easy setup and tuning. The only concern would be customer service if you don't like to maintain your own kit. $50 extra at the local bike shop is worth it if your repairs are covered for a year or two.

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  • aenea

    aenea

    March 11, 2015, 12:19 am

    Sheer stubbornness. I can take anything that the Universe can throw at me, and at this point I'm damned if I'll let it win.

    Aside from that, I've learned the hard way that my depression can be controlled, and I take pleasure where and when I can. My family, friends, food, garden, nature, books, sex, movies, fields of knowledge, making other people's lives better...there's always something that's interesting that I don't know about yet or haven't done. Some of them may piss me off or make me feel hopeless, but there's always something else that's interesting enough to distract me when I'm feeling like I can't make it another day.

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  • cr0ft

    cr0ft

    March 10, 2015, 12:04 pm

    The thing of it is, that is a completely irrational and stupid way to react. Did HE promise you fidelity? Hell no, he probably doesn't even know who you are. Granted, it is pretty douchy to steal someone elses SO, but I don't even think the third party necessarily knows there is such a thing.

    The only one who betrayed your trust was your girl. The guy who was involved isn't guilty of any such thing, all he did was have sex with someone he found attractive.

    On a related note I get quite annoyed with women who "want their man to fight for them"... what kind of asinine bullshit is that? Who is one supposed to fight, her? She's the only other person in the relationship after all. I know I have no intention of going after the third party because my SO decided it would be fun to boink someone else - the third party could literally have been anyone.

    A relationship is between the two people who are in it.

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  • gte910h

    gte910h

    March 11, 2015, 4:03 am

    I think you don't understand what encapsulation is. It is not forced private/public access controls. It is information and detail hiding. The pervasive, overly important low level details in every class of C++ make it HORRIBLE at encapsulation.

    In damn near ANY language, you can get into the internals of the class. C/C++/Python/Java whatever. Python and C don't FORCE a person to stay out, but neither does C++ (and if you don't know this, bless your heart as you've not had to debug the type of C++ I have had to deal with).

    With C++ though, you HAVE to get into the internals of the class, because there are 230498 different ways very common portions of the class could be working. You have to make sure constructors and deconstructors do X instead of Y, you have to verify exception policies, etc.

    So you don't get to treat the class as a black box.

    In object style c (where you construct structs with a function call and use -> semantics or you use functions where you pass the struct as the first parameter to everything), you don't have to do this. You can just use the functions as written and treat what comes out as a black box. There is little chance the object is going to come out looking like V but really being W as you get with the 100 different ways someone can implement something in C++.

    Sure, you can go obj->foo = myother function in C, or you can change the objects you create in python, that's access controls, not encapsulation. Access controls are not the value add of objects. Not having to care about the details of the implementation is the value add, and that's where C++ fails horribly.

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  • ixid

    ixid

    March 10, 2015, 9:00 pm

    You have to be very careful with that, games are more powerful atmospherically than people give them credit for, negative settings can feel really depressing. For example in Morrowind if you're not a Dark Elf everyone hates your guts so all the chats are negative and complaining. That quickly makes the game feel a bit of a drag when combined with the endless grey ashlands and infinite Cliff Racer monsters. Another example is one of the Baldur games where you start off in a plague city. That's a bit soul crushing (although it'd help SO much if they hadn't looped such a small number of ambient sounds effects).

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  • Strikethrough

    Strikethrough

    March 10, 2015, 11:13 pm

    > Then how come other people who were there had the same vision of the girl?

    Same vision? Have you read accounts of this I haven't? If so, please post them. From what I've found, it's just people who have felt a presence, and one circumstance where somebody had a duvet that moved in a "wave-like motion." I'm not seeing accounts of the same vision, or SIMILAR visions, or even ANY VISIONS, except for this guy.

    The mythology doesn't even include visions, just that if you're a girl, and you have a cuckoo land in your window, you're going to get married in a year.

    Hell, if you read reviews for the place, they talk about how the hostel dude tells you ghost stories on the initial tour. This suggestion, combined with questions like, "Did the girl keep you up?", probably accounts for a good deal of the ghost stories.

    Yes, if multiple people had the same vision, or even visions with the same girl, then yes, it would be very difficult to explain. Failing that, though, there are several explanations that are much simpler, and which do not involve ghosts.

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  • lynn

    lynn

    March 11, 2015, 7:19 am

    Good deal. I've been reminded by this thread that I've been meaning to stop at the local store that carries VFFs to try them, and I'll do so tonight. Hopefully I can find a pair that fits my wide feet -- though I've recently, around the age of 28, discovered that the real reason my feet don't usually fit EEE-width shoes is that they're too thick rather than too wide. So maybe one of the open styles of VFFs will work for me.

    But I might have to drive or ride my bike to the local park in order to run without thick soles -- there's way too much glass on the regular sidewalks of this college town. (Damn kids.)

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  • overdriver

    overdriver

    March 10, 2015, 9:42 am

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  • lothar600

    lothar600

    March 11, 2015, 6:10 am

    It really seems to me like you agree with most of what the average reddit user agrees to, except for maybe the Patriot act and Obama's foreign policy.

    A couple notes for my sake:

    On taxes, I'm all for making government more effecient, and I'm sure there are plenty of cuts that need to be made, but we can't pay down this debt without taxes, especially on the upper brackets. Furthermore the wealth gap is huge right now, and we know that the differing brackets have a pretty direct correlation with that.

    I'm very impressed with your view on the public option, yes healthcare will be rationed, but thats going to happen no matter what. The insurance industry does it now, and I trust a government elected by my peers over a profit based company any day.

    I think most people's issue with the patriot act is not the ease of getting a warrant, or a silent one, but the cases where it allows for no warrant.

    I disagree with your assesment of Obama's foreign policy, I take it as he is accpeting that we are not better then anyone else, and we have good intentions but we aren't perfect. Where as Bush basically said "We're America, we're the best, we can and will do what we want"

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  • BestServedCold

    BestServedCold

    March 10, 2015, 5:59 pm

    Oopsies! You forgot to answer my question...

    Was I raped?

    And she did make herself clear what she wanted and I made myself clear that it wasn't going to happen. I did NOTHING wrong so you trying to avert part of the blame to me is ridiculous but is also typical of female hypocrisy. She is 100% responsible for her actions.

    >Find some women who care about equality

    Where? The best issue to ferret out feminist hypocrisy is conscription. Any woman who doesn't think women should register for conscription and serve in combat units in proportionately equal numbers to men is automatically a hypocritical anti-equalist. And guess what... that eliminiates two of Reddit's most prominent feminists right there.

    You don't get to call yourself an egalitarian because you like how it sounds. You have to walk the walk as well.

    You might as well tell me to go look for unicorns.

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  • Zifna

    Zifna

    March 10, 2015, 6:30 am

    I think that's a good theory. I think another major thing is just what a harrowing experience a cavity treatment (for example) can be when compared to treatment most other major childhood catastrophes.

    For example, from my own childhood...

    - Had half a finger almost chopped off. Was knocked out while doctors worked frantically to reattach it (successfully, yay!). Woke up and it was already hidden in a cast.

    - Stitches to forehead. Again, knocked out.

    - tonsils removed. knocked out.

    - Half a pencil tip broken off inside of me: area numbing. Actually watched the removal procedure, but honestly couldn't feel a thing. If I hadn't watched I would have barely known anything was going on.

    - tiny cavity on bottom of back tooth in mouth. Fantastically frightening needle six inches long delivered area numbing. Little plastic triangles that cut into the skin in my mouth kept it open. A hideously nauseating smell emanated for 30 minutes as the dentist drilled away the whole damn tooth to get at the cavity. Wasn't supposed to swallow during this time, just let saliva build up to the point of feeling choked until the sucker-vaccuum sucked it out. When I did, inevitably, swallow occasionally, it only contributed to the feelings of nausea. Tried to stay perfectly still while feeling like I wanted to throw up/cry. Guy doing all this to me obviously visibly irritated with me as it continued.

    I mean, I think it's easy to see why one affects people differently. If kids were typically put under (is this even possible?) to deal with cavities, I think there'd be a much different sentiment toward dentists. I didn't mind the dentist one bit before that experience (actually kind of liked it because I always got a bouncy ball) but it was seriously traumatic. I never want to go through that again.

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  • RJOLLEY

    RJOLLEY

    March 11, 2015, 6:05 am

    Let me preface with this: I'm a ginger. Pale skin. Don't tan. Burn easy. That being said, my first job when I moved to South Florida was a picket runner for a fencing contractor. I worked for three months in the sweltering hot sun, or the blinding torrential rain, or in the humid ass muck of air that followed the rain. The pallets of pickets my boss would buy were the cheapest shit you could get. I'd carry them on my shoulder in stacks of 10 to 20. When they were wet, the weight of them would squeeze water out, washing the splinters down onto my sunburned neck. I was horribly miserable every day during those three months, and I was only 15. The foreman was a dick, too. He'd been doing it for like 20 years, so he could keep a fast ass pace, and I was always slowing him down b/c he'd park the truck by the street.

    That's no work for a white man.

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  • eramos

    eramos

    March 11, 2015, 5:45 am

    Seriously? Why not "UK fails to make Top 10" or "Germany..." or the other 180 something countries that failed to make the top 10. Oh and the US placed JUST OUTSIDE IT! And not only that, if you split up the QoL by states you will find that the retarded states (Bible Belt) are dragging the rest of us down big time. Without them the US is easily in the top 10 (too lazy to google, but I've seen the breakdown out there before and the top US state comes to about #5 or something)

    Oh what a horrible 3rd world country.

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  • gustoreddit51

    gustoreddit51

    March 11, 2015, 8:12 am

    Mine is the guitar riff intro to the Rolling Stones' "Can't You Hear Me Knocking".

    I don't know where to get free ring tones but I make any one I want from any audio file or video file containing audio.

    tools; (Ubuntu)

    Firefox w/video download helper plugin - to save streaming flash, video, or audio files.

    VLC - to convert flash or video to audio.

    Audacity - to easily edit any audio file into a short ringtone and export to mp3.

    Sound Converter - to change mp3 formats if different phones require a certain one. For example, 128bit/44k to a 64bit/22k

    Bluetooth file transfer to the phone from my laptop.

    The one that makes people laugh is the ringtone I have assigned to my teenage daughter when she calls. It's from "Dan In Real Life" where Dan's daughter screams at him, "YOU ARE A MURDERER OF LOVE!"

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  • Pizzadude

    Pizzadude

    March 10, 2015, 7:47 pm

    I lost most of my memory around the accident, but I have a few little images that I remember vividly.

    Like I said, I remember yelling at the guy not to cut my spokes. I remember being lifted into the ambulance by my social studies/civics teacher (who was also an EMT). I remember being rolled into the emergency room and seeing people freaking out and getting sick looking at me.

    I remember yelling at them to knock me out, but they wouldn't because they didn't know what kind of brain injuries I had. I remember trying to pry off the neck brace, because it was hurting my chin. My lower lip had been peeled down over my chin, but then came back up at some point, so they didn't know that the chin cup of the brace was hurting me. They wouldn't take it off anyway, because they didn't know if my neck was broken.

    Before I could go into surgery, my stomach had to be empty, so they kept me in a little room with a sink until I threw up all of the blood and... stuff that I had swallowed. I kept trying to look at the mirror, but they wouldn't let me.

    After they had given me the general anesthetic, I wasn't asleep yet, but they started doing the local. I vividly remember the feeling of the needles sliding into my face. It didn't really hurt, but they felt very cold.

    And then my parent were driving me home, and feeding me Ensure through a straw for a long time.

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  • voxel

    voxel

    March 11, 2015, 7:45 am

    I did the same thing, thinking back at it, I think I was looking at it like this:

    1) When no physical barriers are present, if I can't see something because I'm in a dark room or there is a small physical obstruction, then I was afraid that something might be hiding there.

    2) If I hide under the covers, then I am physically completely obstructed and I can see my "new" world where nothing can hide, because I made my world about the size of my body. So I got calm because I was "in control" my world then.

    Sadly, I still struggle with some things left over from childhood as an adult, and looking in mirrors at night in the dark is one of them. So once in a while, I practice doing it by intently looking in a mirror lit by moonlight at night where I can barely see myself.

    It's honestly really hard to do. I logically know it's me, but emotionally I think I am going to see something that I am not going to like, some kind of obsurd ghost, demon or distorted face.

    Funny how as adults we can still be scared and no one the wiser. No one except you guys on reddit know this, and my wife.

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  • flip69

    flip69

    March 10, 2015, 11:01 pm

    What I've learned is to completely bypass the front end guys and ask them "Who made this?" and get the source info from the creator.

    By doing so, it not only allows me to get source files that are uncorrupted

    but it also empowers my fellow designer and demonstrates that

    *"There are technical issues that require that I obtain the best source information so that I may do my best for you"*

    In other words.. stuff you clearly don't know about / think is unimportant in your ignorance.

    I've had the same issues and do my best as the person in charge to

    find new ways to charge the client when they provide me substandard elements.

    Like... you don't have your logo, some advertising company made it for you and just gave you this .png before you parted ways?

    Well I can make it properly for you and provide you with the "good stuff" for and extra $1, $2, $3.... that way you won't ever have to deal with it again.

    I turn lemons into soft drinks every day. ;)

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  • Saydrah

    Saydrah

    March 10, 2015, 6:24 am

    Some people turn on total monogamy in relationships when they're happy and attention from anyone else isn't appealing. Sounds like you're one of those people. But don't be surprised if around the 5-7 year mark one of both of you have a brief flirtation with somebody else. If you're committed to each other you should be able to just be honest about any crushes or "office spouses" that come up and recognize that it's more just a function of the maturation of the relationship than any actual desire to be with anyone else.

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  • cvk

    cvk

    March 10, 2015, 8:58 am

    In 2050, the two halves of my consciousness resumewakeup into the mesh to continue social function. We've just left a 512-second sleep state for transfer to a new physical housing unit. Most people would have sent their avatars out of their PHU one at a time over the several thousands-of-seconds prior to a meshsplit, but I -- sorry, *I* is for oldfagtimers, but it's a part of my verbnounset that is hard for me to abandon -- have trouble with avatarsplits, no matter how many times simple explanations are uplinked to me. It is enough work for me/we just to integrate multiple ones of splits, let alone the power-of-ten splits everymany seems to use these days.

    We reflect to myselves: What happened to the good old days of splitfree meshtime, when avatar metadata still contained a geo tag mapping us to our current planetary coordinates? Does nomany care about such things anymore? Get off my PSU store, you megasplit newfags!

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