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  • Atiesh

    Atiesh

    March 11, 2015, 9:24 am

    I'm pro-choice in a broad sense but for myself, I feel it's wrong to abort the child. Even a zygote. I am pro-choice very hesitantly.

    My husband and I don't want kids. We are very careful with contraception and feel like it's not very likely, but were there an accident, our plan would be to give the baby to another couple. Why try to raise the child and feel stuck with a burden we didn't want, when we can grant a tremendous wish to an infertile couple?

    If the kid were severely retarded, I would consider aborting it, if it's chances for adoption were very small. I would feel tremendously guilty all of my life but would feel like it was the greatest mercy I could give my child.

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  • epsd101

    epsd101

    March 10, 2015, 1:21 pm

    That's a good question - I'm not sure if it changed her opinion of men in general, but it didn't seem to. Her extreme open-mindedness definitely played a part in her becoming a dominatrix in the first place. Also, since she had been working in the "sex industry" for about 5 years prior, she'd come across all types.

    What I will say is that it definitely changed *my* opinion of men (and humanity) in general. I tried to be as nonjudgmental as possible, but some people definitely like some seriously fucked up things...

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  • slicendice_27

    slicendice_27

    March 11, 2015, 3:15 am

    I've been a vegetarian since the first day of September, and the best think you can eat thats quick is get those Morning Star Chicken Patties, some potato bread, lettuce and mayo. I swear, you'll slap your momma when you taste this perfect mcChicken clone.

    In all reality, these morningstar patties are probably closer to real chicken than the mcdonalds ones lol.

    Just toast the bread, apply mayo, put that fake chicken patty in the oven, wait till its crispy, if desired (which i desire) throw some hot sauce on it, and then apply lettuce. Quick, and good as fuck. Great alternative to fast food. Hope this helps

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  • Class1

    Class1

    March 10, 2015, 12:29 pm

    I live for the trees, autumn, the spring, when the sun comes out and it warms your back. Nature can provide you with all the beauty you need if you are down. Your life isn't about your job or your possessions. It is about feeling good inside yourself.

    Seriously, treat yourself nice. You're worth it to yourself. Learn to cook yourself nice meals. relax outside with some tea and read a nice book.

    Also: find a nice girl and spend all day in bed with her. Cuddle, and have lots of spoony sex. HOT! .... oh, and eat lots and lots of delicious food.

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  • dontbeatool

    dontbeatool

    March 11, 2015, 4:27 am

    Loved this part:

    "Last year he (Vidal) famously switched allegiance from Hillary Clinton to Barack Obama during the Democratic nomination process for president. Now, he reveals, he regrets his change of heart. How’s Obama doing? “Dreadfully. I was hopeful. He was the most intelligent person we’ve had in that position for a long time. But he’s inexperienced."

    Nice job on the 20:20 hindsight there.

    And with that I can clearly state that Gore Vidal is overrated, just like Obama. Even though I never fucked Amelia Earhart, I knew Obama was just hype. And now Clinton, the person who Barack claimed had no business in the White House is clearly the strongest and most competent member of his administration. Hah, just a week or two ago he was meeting privately with Bill Clinton (the RACIST!!) for advice.

    Oh, and he still thinks Obama is the smartest president since, ???? Riiight, that's why he's trying to figure out the beltway...

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  • nooneelse

    nooneelse

    March 10, 2015, 6:57 am

    No matter how large the percentage of "inward looking" going on in a civilization, it seems like there will likely still be some "outward looking" percentage. And as the power/resources available to the civilization as a whole increases, so probably would the power and resources available to the outward lookers. So this would likely only slow the growth, not end it. I agree that it helps with the magnitude of the fermi paradox, but given still reasonable assumptions I think the paradox remains.

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  • thekrone

    thekrone

    March 10, 2015, 9:23 am

    Interesting to note that the team who has scored more EPL goals than anyone else so far this season (Arsenal... 24 in 7 matches) is being led in scoring by a defender in his first year in the EPL (Vermaelen... 4 goals in 7 appearances).

    Okay, fine he has just as many as Fabregas, and has one more appearance... but still. It's impressive. Vermaelen also has one more in the Champion's League, which Cesc does not... meaning he does lead the team in overall scoring.

    Not a bad signing by Wenger.

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  • itsnotlupus

    itsnotlupus

    March 10, 2015, 3:26 pm

    I've always been tempted to try exactly that, but always stopped short out of some faint understanding I would most likely end up in your shoes.

    Still, one thing I promised myself I'd do if I ever dipped my toes into the pool is to play with pretend-money first. That means write a little front-end that simulate what those broker sites do as best as possible, except without actually buying or selling anything, and just keeping track of my "investments". The idea would be to establish a track record showing some reproducible level of growth on my pretend money first, although the underlying market condition would probably just change in some fundamental way just as I start playing with real money anyway.

    So, considering you do things related to this for a living, I have to ask: Have you ever thought about trying and testing some algorithmic ways to help your investing decision process? If so, why did you dismiss the idea ultimately?

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  • Lard_Baron

    Lard_Baron

    March 11, 2015, 5:13 am

    Well, he shouldn't worry. The UK sucks US cock too much to embarrass their ally like this. It would be likely that he's need heavy protection from armature civilians performing citizens arrests tho'.

    I post this again as think it a good overview and a fair time has past since I last posted it up.

    Israel is the regional power. It is the big mean dog, it has all that it wants, the land, military dominance over all its neighbors, trade, the coverage of the worlds only super power. Therefore Israel wants to maintain the current power status quo as is. Israel wants to impose its will on a defeated people and call this peace Those who rule others always want that kind of peace.

    I dont expect everyone, particularly you, to agree with the Palestinian POV but at least to understand it.

    Palestinians do not place the same premium on peace the Israelis do. This is because they have very little. They have issues that need addressing, the right of return, the occupation of the West Bank, the annexation of Jerusalem, the economic shut down, the total control and blockade of their areas. They see peace as surrender. This is why they keep firing rockets and launching suicide attack. They want justice. The ruled always do.

    To get Peace the Israelis have to address issues they simply do not want to. Until Israel is prepared to do that, there will not be peace.

    It can be done, The UK showed the way when it talked to the IRA with no pre-condtions. No, "edit the United Ireland part of your charter" before we talk. The commander of the Londonderry IRA is now a UK member of parliament and Northern Ireland is still a part of the UK. By talking to the extremists, you fractionalise them, those that want peace, and those that want to fight. To strengthen the hand of those that want peace serious concessions have to be made, when those that want to derail the peace talks strike with rocket attacks and car bombs you have to be very careful with retaliation. Its a long slow road, but there was a time when Northern Ireland looked as hopeless as Palestine, but look at it now.

    The PLO was willing to change its charter and recognize Israel, didn't get them anywhere...

    The solution to the problems obvious. All the peace plans are essentially the same. Clinton's Peace Plan, the Nusseiba-Ayalon Plan, the Saudi Peace Initiative, Bush’s Road Map, Oslo, Taba summit are all similar

    They all include clear measures that Israel has to take in order to make peace:

    1.Dismantle the settlements.

    2.Withdraw its soldiers and civilians from the occupied territories,

    3.Allow the creation a viable Palestinian state.

    4.find a solution for the Palestinian refugees' right of return. A massive compensation package?

    5.Find a way to guarantee Israeli security. Altho' I believe having nuke addresses that.

    6.A creative way to reward Israel for giving up what it feels it has won in war.

    The problem is Israel will not to go along with these plans. At some point the talks will fail. Developing new plans is a waste of time. Israel wants land, specifically the West Bank. Israel has not dismantled a single settlement built there, and has never ceased to take Palestinian lands under the guise of security. This is the underlying tactic. The aim is to create a "reality on the ground" where it become impossible to uproot 100,000's of settlers. The Palestinians will become a servant population within this greater Israel ruled by a compliant Palestinian authority.

    My greatest insight occurred while living in Israel.

    I came to realize Israel is a typical colonialist project.

    Europeans jews using American Jewish wealth, politics and violence to transfer a native population from their land using using a tried and true tactic.

    You start friendly, grow in strength, then remove more natives, when they see what is happening and they resist play the "we are the victims of native violence" card and use greater violence to remove greater numbers. Continue until you got all you want.

    See the Founding of the USA, Australia, South Africa etc for details.

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  • technodeity

    technodeity

    March 10, 2015, 11:50 pm

    Humans have also evolved brains to be able to create weapons of mass destruction. Does that mean it's ethical to use them? Just because we can do something, it doesn't mean we should. Particularly in the case of eating meat as in our culture we do have an alternative. Human beings are able to get ALL vital nutrients without killing animals. In fact it's healthier that way.

    You've oversimplified the issue and used a fallacious example (Inuit) to justify your own actions. If you want to eat meat then that's fine, but at least take some responsibility.

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  • dentid4hed

    dentid4hed

    March 10, 2015, 9:22 am

    People say things like "must of" and "should of" because the contractions sound like that. It's really "must have" and "should have" but you say it because "must've" and "should've" sound like "must of" and "should of".

    I'm only explaining it because it seems like there's plenty of criticism of people who write it incorrectly but no attempt to correct them and explain the reason.

    So there you have it. "Must've" and "should've" sound like they have "of", but you're really just spelling out the sound when you should spell out the contraction.

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  • dVnt

    dVnt

    March 10, 2015, 10:41 am

    This is nonsense. Your Dad needs to educate himself on the matter. It's not the manufacturers fault that your Dad doesn't know anything about technology so that he might interface common sense with it. There is absolutely no way to give any sort of reasonable estimate on battery life on a laptop. My advice is that they stop trying to make those estimates altogether. I wish they'd give min, median, and high power usage of the laptop and the rating of the battery.

    If it sits in sleep mode it will last a week. If you're streaming Netflix, while encoding a movie, and defragging your hard drive then it will last about 30 minutes.

    Furthermore, batteries loose some of their capacity with every charge cycle, even modern Li-Ion laptop batteries. They're getting better but we haven't overcome this reality yet. So even if they give you a battery life estimate it's only good directly out of the box.

    I'm not saying there is no room for improvement but if your father bought a laptop that advertised *x* hrs of battery life and was even the slightest bit frustrated by it failing to meet that expectation then he's a fool. This is nothing unique to laptop battery estimates. There is marketing like this at every turn.

    "A fool and his money are soon parted."

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  • the_nuclear_lobby

    the_nuclear_lobby

    March 11, 2015, 8:09 am

    >Do your own homework.

    It's been a while since this was a concern, but if you want to help me you could take care of some bug tickets if you have .Net experience.

    >One of the few things separating humans from most animals is our ability to empathize with the suffering of other species and choose to modify our actions to reduce that suffering.

    I agree that the ability to make such a decision separates us from other animals, but why _must_ the decision be that we should reduce suffering in animals?

    The ability to make that choice is independent of the final choice outcome, unless you're suggesting that a human that chooses to harm an animal becomes _less_ human than one who doesn't.

    Thanks for your response, I'll put it under paragraph 2 of my essay ;)

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  • theneilcave

    theneilcave

    March 11, 2015, 6:13 am

    Wow. Thanks for that- lotta information there and it obviously took you a ton of time. I really appreciate it.

    In a lot of ways the marketing/sales thing strikes me as most interesting. Do you have any experience in that field? I ask because I have no idea where to start looking. I don't like the idea of waiting for a job posting- I feel like good things happen because I make them happen. So any other tips would be awesome. If you don't have the time, I understand. You've already done a ton.

    Thanks again

    Neil

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  • panfist

    panfist

    March 10, 2015, 5:53 pm

    The article about 9/11 was from 2006, so you could say that he was a dick. Additionally, I doubt that "inside job" is the right term to describe 9/11, but "allowed to happen" definitely could apply; it was allowed to happen through the gross negligence and incompetence of people in power.

    Regarding the second article, either a.) Bellamy is partially ignorant or b.) He was being ironic or c.) he's genuinely upset about file sharing. His fan base would seem to overlap very closely with the type of person who hasn't bought an album since 1999.

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  • MisterNetHead

    MisterNetHead

    March 10, 2015, 1:51 pm

    By far, washing dishes at a huge all you can eat buffet/arcade that sells the Unholy Trifecta for dishwashers. Pizza, salad, and cinnamon rolls.

    The pizza pans have massive cheese deposits and burnt on crust. The cheese becomes soft and stringy when hit by the hot water, and then re-solidifies and blocks the drains, and then of course the burnt on crust is just damn hard to remove. The salad plates come in covered in ranch which smells awful in the high heat, high humidity environment of the dishroom. Then of course the baking pans and plates that come in that had anything to do with cinnamon rolls is just a sticky mess that does not want to be cleaned. All of this in high volume. At the bussiest times, every 10 minutes, bussers would wheel in carts stacked with no less 200 buffet plates and various cups and flatware, in addition to a steady stream of dirty dishes from the kitchen. Being a buffet, people are required to use a new plate every time they go back, and they always grab new flatware for whatever reason, so the dishroom is always under great strain to turn over all those dishes as fast as possible to keep the buffet well stocked with plates and such.

    Reddit, on behalf of my dishwashing brothers still on the inside, I beg you. Please do not stick your used gum on the side of your plate. Throw it in the trash. Gum does the same thing that cheese does, except that its gum. And you chewed it. And its gross. Thank you.

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  • willis77

    willis77

    March 10, 2015, 11:18 am

    There is so much research that says you are wrong. Look at the percentage of *professional* money managers which have consistently outperformed the market (an index fund) over a time span of 10 years. It's frighteningly close, if not worse, than the number you'd expect to see by chance. Professionals can't beat the market (when they do, it's by having access to leverage, liquidity, a high-volume trading desk, arbitrage, IPOs, and other esoteric instruments non-institutional investors lack), what makes any old Joe with Yahoo finance think they can is beyond me. The math does not lie.

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  • eddie964

    eddie964

    March 10, 2015, 3:03 pm

    With the exception of a very small number of successful card counters (any idea how many are out there? scores? hundreds?), gambling is an idiot's enterprise. The odds are always against you, and the more you do it, the more reality will conform to those odds.

    The only reason to do it is if you can look at it like playing a pinball game: I'm dropping my quarter in for x minutes of entertainment. If I'm really good, I might get be able to extend that period for a little longer, and it's even possible that I might get a free game. But I don't expect the pinball game to give me back my quarter.

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  • moneypej

    moneypej

    March 11, 2015, 12:19 am

    Right about the time I was leaving for college, My parents sold the home we'd lived in and bought a house closer to where my dad works. This wasn't just any house though, it was the same house a good childhood friend of mine had lived in for many years. His family had 3 or 4 cats (my old memory fails me on the number) all of which had lived and died in that house before he and his family moved away. In the time between their move out and our move in, a couple of other families owned the home for short periods. The first night after the house became ours officially, my father had asked that I stay there overnight and make sure no one attempted to enter the residence, because the former owner (the most recent one) had a deadbeat son, and we hadn't gotten his garage opener or keys from him. It was a spooky house at night with no one around, and there were lots of little creaks and groans that made staying there uncomfortable, but I was managing. Then I had to go to the restroom. As I was taking a piss, I heard what sounded like a "meow" behind me, and startled, I turned to look and saw 3 cats sitting in the Bathtub. I turned to zip myself up in a hurry and then turned around again, and there was nothing there. I was weirded out until morning.

    * edit for spelling

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