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  • BraveSirRobin

    BraveSirRobin

    March 10, 2015, 6:38 am

    Again, there is a **25% chance of being raped in a US prison**. Sort your own shit out before trying to attack a nation where every single one of their "evils" has been done to a far higher extent by America. If the criminal rape of a protester is all you've got then things are pretty pathetic. Did you "drop the soap" when they were passing out critical thinking skills?

    Please tell me, how is Iran a threat? The only reason they want nukes is because there is another country several hundred miles away that frequently and openly talks about attacking them. Why do you think they feel compelled to hide their nuclear facilities?

    This continual harassment is the only thing that actually promises to make your fears come true. Try cornering an animal and see what happens for yourself.

    Iran itself is an isolationist state. They haven't attacked another state in several hundred years. Over the same period, there are only two years in which America *didn't* attack another state.

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  • SnacksOnAPlane

    SnacksOnAPlane

    March 10, 2015, 9:38 am

    Sorry, it's actually more like $15. My commute is about 45 miles round-trip, I think. Gas costs me about $20/week. I didn't take depreciation into account...does that depend on when you sell your car? I basically drive my cars until they die. And I do actually need the car for other reasons, so I can't subtract costs like insurance.

    I would also have to wake up much earlier and bike to a train station, and work about an hour later than I want to...plus if I missed the train, I'd be SOL.

    Transit subsidies would be great, and I'm all for them, but in this economy they're already cutting down on commuter rail service and considering increasing the standard fare.

    The real answer for me would be to get a different job in the city and take the T, but I like this job.

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  • Animation

    Animation

    March 11, 2015, 4:06 am

    Man, I dont know what I'd do in this case. I mean, my personal temptation would be to post that all of that was outright crazy. However, that'd be burning a bridge. That would be a slap in the face to my relative. Then again, your relative essentially gave you a big pop in the face (metaphorically speaking) by posting their original response. I guess the good thing is that the bible offers contradictory advice, so you can pretty much do whatever you want. You can follow the Tit-For-Tat morality as a guide (Eye for an Eye) or go with the Turn the Other Cheek thing. I guess I'd go for just saying nothing, in hopes that it would prevent escalation.

    Good luck. That's a rough place to be!

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  • el_chupacupcake

    el_chupacupcake

    March 11, 2015, 2:48 am

    Which is a fair argument for you or I as tax-payers to have, and one I think is important.

    My issue was more with the a number of manufacturers who now wish to paint this program (which they previously lobbied quite successfully *for*, and greatly enjoyed the income from) as something that's a further sign of government interference with the free market, blah blah blah. This is a bullshit argument, and not worth listening to. If they wanted it then... and enjoyed the money from it then... they cannot now say that the thing the thing they begged for and enjoyed yesterday is evil because it's hurting today.

    Then again, one has to wonder why we expected them to be anything other than short-sighted...

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  • bagofbones

    bagofbones

    March 10, 2015, 4:42 pm

    I love that this comment is separate so much. Like, you started telling this story and then totally forgot the point after you were finished, so six minutes later you remembered, went back to it, and added this. I like that you didn't just edit it in, either. It's like telling a long story and ending with "... ha ha ha yeah, it was ridiculous, and I'll never forget that summer... But seriously guys, I ended up with a felony conviction and that's why I can't go on a road trip to Canada with you."

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  • thedude37

    thedude37

    March 10, 2015, 5:20 pm

    >They who are cheaper will get customers, and they are cheaper by killing those customers.

    Never mind - I thought you were going to engage me in real discussion and leave the hyperbole at the door.

    >In order to compete, other health care companies must employ the same unethical practices in order to break even with their competitors

    My point exactly. If health insurance were more accessible to the common man, this scenario doesn't even exist. Companies would live and die by their service, not by how many companies carry their plan. You dig?

    >Elaborate, if you don't mind.

    Essentially, the most cost-effective way of receiving a health care package (insurance) is to be employed and receive it from your employer. This, obviously, is not a free market scenario.

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  • deepthot42

    deepthot42

    March 10, 2015, 6:28 pm

    Cid is a recurring character (name) in the Final Fantasy series. Didn't downmod you.

    Also... you seem to be taking this "legend" thing a bit literally. Its not actually based on real events.

    Yes, if you listen to a legend from different sources they can differ greatly. John Henry, Pecos Bill, Johnny Appleseed... Link.

    The same story elements can be reproduced in a different way. Watch a marathon of Seven Samurai, The Magnificent Seven and Pixar's a Bug's Life... same story.

    Legend of Zelda just happens to draw elements from itself... tweaking and twisting them with newer content.

    Long story short, it isn't about consistency.

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  • frogmeat

    frogmeat

    March 10, 2015, 7:59 am

    >I say we should as a society find a way to deal with jobs nobody wants to do fairly and equally instead of dumping them on the most unfortunate.

    What would that be?

    >No, I know that it has far more to do with luck than it has to do with personal responsibility. For every person who managed to work through school there's 10 who can't even go to school or are in such situations that it's impossible to do both (ex health reasons or taking care of family)

    Then wouldn't it make sense to find those reasons and address them? What has that to do with confiscating all private property?

    >Sorry, but I don't think the law of the jungle is an appropriate system for human societies.

    So then you believe that those who work should be responsible for providing for those who do not?

    >Certainly. But at the moment we have 90% luck and 10% responsibility. I wish to equalize the luck so that only responsibility counts.

    So, you base your decisions on superstition ("luck") instead of rationality, and don't genuinely believe in taking responsibility for your future at all. Interesting.

    >Oh gawds, how can one man be so intellectually dishonest. I said "nobody is preventing them from leaving" not "forcefully expel".

    Yes, your article describes a far different option. If "incentives" and "removal of obfuscation" fail, you recommend social pressure and ostracism.

    You also say that those who put forth risk to develop products and build things are "the parasitic class who skim all the surplus value without having to break a sweat. They are the Capitalists."

    I assume you have never worked for yourself or created anything of value, since you believe that anyone who does so and is successful at it is to be despised and is a parasite.

    What year are you in school?

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  • sweetcircus

    sweetcircus

    March 10, 2015, 8:45 am

    Ok, honestly, maybe you are just trying to get attention on IamA. If not, can you please be a little more informative and academic with your responses, I feel like you are wasting peoples time.

    > I feel he is often all talk

    source?

    > He talks a lot and rarely says anything

    such as?

    > I understand that he is one of the most charismatic politicians around, but I just don't see it, no idea why.

    if you don't see why, can you explain to me why not?

    > My own perception is that he sees America, and its allies as the bad guy, just like Reddit often does.

    ...???????? I don't even know what this means.

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  • tsoldrin

    tsoldrin

    March 10, 2015, 2:49 pm

    Educate the people. They're the one's to blame for letting it get this way.

    Remove political party affiliation from ballots so voters at least have to know who they're voting for.

    Make public service truly service... terms will be for 10 years, all personal wealth must be donated upon entry into office and compensation for life will be given to replace it. Determined this way- Chop off the top and bottom 5% of earners then base on the average of the rest +10% (incentive to make more people wealthy via policy). No further work in government, politics or lobbying would be permitted.

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  • timtmcc

    timtmcc

    March 11, 2015, 12:06 am

    I'm going through the exact same situation. My Ex and I dated for 2 1/2 years. Much of it long distance. She started acting non responsive then I pushed her to the point of breaking up with me instead of backing off. 2 days after she ended it, she wanted to talk. We've been talking for about a month now. She won't commit to seeing me and at least once a week she says she will call then nothing. She won't respond to texts or calls. I told her yesterday that I don't think she's ready to see me and that it's not fair to me, her knowing my intentions and continuing to talk with no real idea of what she wants.

    I don't know if this is the right thing to do, because I want her back more than anything. I'm doing my best not to contact her and really hope she calls me. I guess time will tell.

    Good luck, I'm not much for advice other than taking a step back.

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  • AnnArchist

    AnnArchist

    March 10, 2015, 8:28 am

    But whats wrong with it being marketed to men if it is selling? You gotta vote with your dollar for your vote in the video game industry to count. If you constantly get outvoted, then they are constantly going to go with the majority. Thats why I only buy triple-A titles.

    I guess I've never once bought a game because the female lead had big tits, small tits, a cute ass or anything else. Honestly I don't know anyone who has done that. Then again, I don't know anyone who wasted their money on the dead or alive series either.

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  • BraveSirRobin

    BraveSirRobin

    March 11, 2015, 5:07 am

    >How on earth would events in the 1940's somehow justify murderous arab violence today?

    Because the same people are still held captive in the same prison camps?

    How can you possibly argue that they are not connected? Your German example is completely dishonest and not even barely relevant.

    >comparing secular israel where women are treated equally

    WTF? There are people who will spit on you for being seen with a woman or if either of you wear the wrong clothes.

    > israel is a secular state that created a lot of the technology we are using to communicate online right now.

    And? Your point? Should I cite all of the Nazi inventions? The internet wouldn't be very good without the legacy of the V2.

    > The hebron massacre was 1929, before there even was a state of israel. Learn some history before you comment on this.

    I suggest you learn some history. Israel was officially recognized as a country in 1948 but the British mandate began the process long before. This is a subject I know in depth.

    And if you bothered to look into it, you'd find that the Brits were helping ethnically cleanse the area back then. This is the root of the violence. The Palestinians don't care who is invading their lands which is why they don't differentiate much when they choose their enemies. Brits, Americans or Israelis, it's all the same to them and they don't split it down into pre/post-48 distinctions.

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  • dsk

    dsk

    March 10, 2015, 8:51 am

    >You mean "advertisement à l'américaine" is ethical ??!!??.

    This might be a common term thrown around in whatever pretentious hippie circles you hang with, but I have no idea what "advertisement à l'américaine" refers to. Neither does Google.

    >when I need information about a product I need and might buy, I take the initiative : my brain still works even though the media have been trying to choke it.

    Here are the facts:

    1) You like Reddit (enough to make an account and join in discussions)

    2) Reddit costs money to run (bandwidth, hosting and salaries and wages of the people that maintain this service).

    3) Reddit covers their costs by showing non-intrusive ads.

    4) You block those ads for some dumbass reason.

    I can safely argue that #4 is what makes AdBlock unethical. You're getting something for nothing, without even making a token gesture of support.

    Anyway, what the hell are you talking about?

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  • Ahnteis

    Ahnteis

    March 11, 2015, 1:39 am

    We is Reddit. I didn't say you wouldn't get upvotes, but every person who visits this website has heard the same tired "argument" time and time again. It doesn't promote discussion -- it's just a big group affirmation that we're all so much more mature than the rest of society.

    But since there's really no discussion on this point, it's just mental masturbation. The discussion never goes anywhere. You get a few upvotes, a bunch of people repeating the same thing, and any real discussion gets lost along the way.

    It's as bad as voting up any other old tired cliche post again and again and again.

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  • shadowofpersephone

    shadowofpersephone

    March 10, 2015, 11:04 pm

    Ok, I have had a few fuck buddy relationships in my time, and yes a lot of times you will develop feelings overtime for te person, at least I have found that's just a given.

    However, I have found that this is usually a **BIG** mistake because a lot of times the other person is just in it for sex. I think it is important that they know that the feelings are they, because there is a possibility that they harbor feelings for you as well but have just been afraid to say anything about it in case it creeps you out.

    Let them know first and foremost that if they do not reciprocate these feelings that it does not matter and that it will not change the fuck buddy relationship in any way, shape, or form, that if they just see you as their "booty call" then you are willing to put those feelings aside and just be that, but that if they want to be more than you are willing to be that as well.

    I wish you luck with whatever happens.

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  • marienbad

    marienbad

    March 10, 2015, 10:49 am

    Fewer movies are being made, and it's a little bit of contraction and little bit of backlog.

    Until the implosion of the financial industry, it wasn't too difficult to go to a big bank and say "hey, we're making movies, can you give us some money?" Everyone was pretty flush, and was buying a lot of material. Tons of films in the <$5m range were being pumped out. Once the money collapsed, everyone became choosier about what they wanted to buy, especially since there are so many scripts and even completed movies that have been shelved because there's such saturation thanks to how easy it was to get a script optioned or a film made a couple of years ago.

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  • threwitaway

    threwitaway

    March 10, 2015, 6:39 am

    > Would you classify your activities as noise trading? chartism?

    it was akin to playing roulette, i.e., random betting. if anything I might bet contrarily to large moves, but last year was not a mean reverting market.

    > What sort of leverage ratio did you take on?

    ranged from 2:1 to 10:1 I would say.

    > Do you think you failed because you put insufficient effort into a serious affair, or because the affair isn't worthwhile for retail investors in the first place?

    both, and also because I tried doing it while working a real job. none of it made any sense, really.

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  • jesuslol

    jesuslol

    March 10, 2015, 12:59 pm

    It was only a few months he starved himself. Only had a coffee and half a grapefruit or tuna a day. He ended up putting on something like 100lbs of muscle for Batman Begins, which ended up being too much and had to drop some.

    > Bale gained attention for his devotion to the role and for the lengths to which he went to achieve Reznik's emaciated, skeletal appearance. He went without proper rest for prolonged periods, and placed himself on a crash diet of generally coffee and apples,[28] which reduced his weight by 63 pounds (4 st 4 lb/27 kg) in a matter of months.[29] By the end of filming Bale weighed only 121 pounds (8 st 9 lb/55 kg),[28] a transformation he described as "very calming mentally"[30] and which drew comparisons to Robert De Niro's alternate weight-gaining regimen for his role as Jake LaMotta in the 1980 film Raging Bull.[31] Bale claimed that he had not worked for a period of time before he was cast in the film. "...I just hadn't found scripts that I'd really been interested in. So I was really dying for something to arrive. Then when this one did, I just didn't want to put it down. I finished it and, upon the kind of revelation that you get at the end, I immediately wanted to go back and re-visit it, to take a look at what clues I could have gotten throughout."[32] The Machinist was a low-budget production, costing roughly US$5 million to produce, and was given only a limited US release.

    >Still fresh off The Machinist, it became necessary for Bale to bulk up to match Batman's muscular physique. He was given a deadline of six months to do this. Bale recalled it as far from a simple accomplishment: “...when it actually came to building muscle, I was useless. I couldn’t do one push up the first day. All of the muscles were gone, so I had a real tough time rebuilding all of that.”[29] With the help of a personal trainer, Bale succeeded in meeting the deadline, gaining a total of 100 lb (45 kg) in six months. He went from about 130 lbs to 230 lbs.[36] He then discovered that he had actually gained more weight than the director desired, and dropped his weight to 190 lbs by the time filming began.[37]

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  • thegleaker

    thegleaker

    March 10, 2015, 11:11 pm

    The problem with your position, and the problem with so many positions built around a moral imperitive, is that it does not account for living in the real world. Putting aside the idea that "life begins at conception" (which is a ridiculous statement in its own right, discussed later) concern that you have, you are ignoring the realities of the real world. Adoption does not account for all the unwanted children as it is, some children simply aren't wanted (for social reasons, economic reasons, personal reasons, who knows) and that is no way for a child to grow up, and the U.S. does not have a social safety net to account for the children who (in your world) would be legally required to be born.

    I think more significantly, abortion will still happen, same as it does in every other country in the world where abortion is illegal (or in the U.S. when abortion was not a right). It will go back to being done in backroom clinics or with coat hangers or without medical attention, and it will lead to (as it does in everyone other country where backroom abortions are the only option) more young women being hurt or maimed or killed in the process. The social costs of making it illegal or forcing it underground are exhorbant. The justification for making it illegal is always a religious/belief based/moral one, which ends up being a sneaky way of forcing *your* morality or belief system onto those who perhaps do not agree with you. For example, I believe that "life" begins at conception, because zygotes are very much living cells. But human cognition and awareness, and as an extension human rights? Hardly.

    Beyond that, the human body "aborts" pregnancies naturally all the time. Perhaps the cell cluster does not implant properly in the uterine lining, or the PH balance of the uterous is messed up and the gamete dies, or any other host of reasons. By your definition, life has started, as the egg has been fertilized. Thus murder has occured, a ridiculous premise.

    And of course, the real big flaw in what you suggest is that anyone finds abortion "morally acceptable." I don't know of anyone that *likes* abortion, but I know a lot of people who find abortion to be the lesser of many evils. Allowing women the choice to abort a pregnancy because they can't afford to raise a child, or because they don't feel they can be a good parent to the son or daughter of their rapist, or because they don't want to have kids, or because they found out through pre-natal testing of some terrible congenital defect is better than forcing your beliefs as to the start of human life onto the rest of the country, better than forgetting about the seperation between church and state, better than removing a woman's personal freedoms by telling her what she can or can't do with her body, and so on and so forth....

    I mean, I could go on as to why your position on the subject is ridiculous, and I could do so for quite some time.

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  • 77jackoff

    77jackoff

    March 10, 2015, 9:06 am

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    I am an experienced young professional, writing in response to your newly available employment opportunity for a Graphic Designer, which I have read about online and fully recognize has been filled two weeks ago with the Art Director's friend from his old employer. Having read the listed responsibilities quickly but carefully, I feel I have ample qualifications that would make a great match. I am too disenfranchised and lazy to detail these "great matching" qualifications in yet another customized cover letter, but I would like to provide you with my résumé for consideration because it's easy to attach word docs and it gives me a flickering second of hope in my eternal job search. I would like even more to then recopy this resume information into seven more online job forms and questionnaires with faulty code and refresh issues. When I have finally created the new "career profile" for your awesome company with yet another password I will soon lose, I will then refrain from asking any questions until I have completed the seven online job forms, listed every software application I have ever opened once, provided personal references of friends who will lie for me, and digitally signed an agreement to Green-Clean a preliminary drug screening. It would then tickle my fancy for your server to freeze up forcing me to reenter this information once again because I am so desperate for work. Please hire me so I can collect QuarkXPress files for output all day and surf David Icke forums when the boss isn't looking (in case you didn't know the world is run by aliens).

    Best Regards :)

    Steve

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  • sgoguen

    sgoguen

    March 10, 2015, 10:17 am

    > It's like Active-X, only not as widely supported.

    Sounds more like they're actually trying to create a secure ActiveX by both running it in a sandbox, and by using static analysis to check whether a program a program tries to call an API it doesn't have access to, or tries to modify itself. That's a huge difference.

    The big question is: Can they mathematically guarantee that all permutations of *acceptable code* will not breach the sandbox?

    EDIT: Emphasis on *acceptable code*, which implies there exists a subset of all programs in which one can *prove* will not breach the sandbox. In the simplest case, it would be trivial to prove that 2 + 2 belongs to this safe subset, and will not breach the sandbox, nor will it try to generate code and execute it. This would result in an algorithm that would likely reject perfectly safe code, only because it doesn't know how to prove it is safe.

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  • JayDogSqueezy

    JayDogSqueezy

    March 10, 2015, 4:26 pm

    I think truly dishonest "shysters" are hard to come by- 99% of the time you're encountering difference in opinions and treatment philosophies.

    A few years back, there was a 60 minutes episode entitled "Is your dentist ripping you off?". The news reporter went to 10 different dentists, and apparently got treatment plans ranging from a couple hundred bucks to thousands of dollars. His conclusion was that certain people are ripping patient's off.

    This is just the nature of medicine. Dentistry is really a branch of medicine, albeit with a significant cosmetic component. I've had a minor heart sound all my life, known as a "functional murmur". No history of symptoms, just a blip on the physical exam that usually gets noticed. Some doctors don't notice it. Some notice it, and neglect to mention it. Others mention it, and since it's asymptomatic, we ignore it. My last physician heard it, and ordered an EKG and echocardiogram to the tune of $4,000.

    So which doctor was ripping me off? It turned out to be nothing, so the easy answer is that the tests were a waste and the last doc wasted my money. But if he found something, does that mean that he was the only one doing his job? The other docs were quacks?

    Dentistry isn't much different. If I see stain around an old filling, I'm inclined to leave it if it doesn't feel sticky or look too suspicious. Others are inclined to replace the filling. Some dentists might even replace the filling and then recommend a crown to protect the tooth. That's a difference between zero dollars and about $1500. Who is right? If the stain never spreads by the next time I see the patient, maybe I was. If he breaks the tooth in half on a jolly rancher before i see him next, maybe the "expensive" dentist was. It's all treatment philosophies, judgement calls, and all that should be based heavily around informing the patient and using your wisdom and experience to the benefit.

    That being said, if there's major discrepancies, ask your dentist why you need the filling, crown, etc. They should be able to demonstrate on the x-ray if there's truly decay between your teeth, or demonstrate clinically if there is visible decay that doesn't show up on an x-ray. They should be explaining that your teeth should be the hardest substance in your body, and that stickiness we're both feeling isn't supposed to be there. They should show you that a filling is cracked or missing, etc.

    It's all about trust and judgement calls. Find someone you're comfortable with who explains decision making and includes you in the process.

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  • p3on

    p3on

    March 10, 2015, 10:33 am

    why it's almost as if men generally treat women in a different way than women generally treat men per their conditioned gender roles :o

    btw i don't think the call for women to be allowed into gyms was a rallying point for feminists or anything?? i'm pretty sure women-only gyms are one of the very few establishments that remain gender-segregated and in this case with good reason. hopefully one day our culture will be sexually liberated enough that people don't care if someone looks at them but w/e prob not gonna happen anytime soon

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