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  • aenea

    aenea

    March 11, 2015, 6:30 am

    Unfortunately it doesn't always work that way. It doesn't matter how hungry or full I am in the morning, or how much I want to eat (I'm a huge fan of food), food before noon makes me gag, and has for almost 30 years now. A dietitian once told me that my circadian rhythms and digestive system were not in sync, and that's the best explanation I've ever heard.

    (The worst part is that I love, love LOVE breakfast food, and cook full breakfasts for my family in the mornings. I just can't eat it.)

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  • jmnugent

    jmnugent

    March 11, 2015, 3:47 am

    Yeah.. its taken me about 2 years to "rebound" as well... By the end of this year, I'll have paid off almost $20k in debt.. and I think I'm in a much better place than I have been for the past 10yrs or so. True - I'm broke and poor as hell and had to sacrifice a lot, but I'll also be out of debt, which seems like a minority position these days ;)

    Once I am debt free.. I'll have an extra $1000 a month to start saving, or buy some basic things that I need (some new clothes or some car maintenance)

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  • tobyflorida

    tobyflorida

    March 10, 2015, 8:48 pm

    I have difficulty identifying what I am feeling

    I minimize, alter, or deny how I truly feel.

    I perceive myself as completely unselfish and dedicated to the well-being of others.

    I have difficulty making decisions.

    I judge everything I think, say, or do harshly, as never “good enough.”

    I am embarrassed to receive recognition and praise or gifts.

    I do not ask others to meet my needs or desires.

    I value others’ approval of my thinking, feelings, and behaviors over my own.

    I do not perceive myself as a lovable or worthwhile person.

    I compromise my own values and integrity to avoid rejection or others’ anger.

    I am sensitive to how others are feeling and feel the same.

    I am extremely loyal, remaining in harmful situations too long.

    I value others’ opinions and feelings more than my own and am often afraid to express differing opinions and feelings of my own.

    I put aside my own interests and hobbies in order to do what others want.

    I believe most people are incapable of taking care of themselves.

    I attempt to convince others of what they “should” think and how they “truly” feel.

    I become resentful when others will not let me help them.

    I freely offer others advice and directions without being asked.

    I lavish gifts and favors on those I care about.

    I have to be “needed” in order to have a relationship with others.

    **Did you feel the above checklist matched you?** If so, you might need help like I have sought.

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  • fdat

    fdat

    March 11, 2015, 6:54 am

    But who looks objectively for evidence? You propose an explanation as more likely when all it is, is more "normal" sounding. Without regard for my opinions on the matter, I have heard a number of similar stories and while people ask for evidence, any attempt toward discovering it is subject to much ridicule and off-the-cuff second guessing such as your guess (not to pick on you).

    I don't recall anything from the first year of my life, yet I was certainly alive. If I don't recall a whole year of this life, it seems probable that *if* I lived before I could easily have forgotten.

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  • Atiesh

    Atiesh

    March 10, 2015, 9:26 pm

    I think a lot of people have children in order to live up to a an unrealistic idea of parenthood as portrayed by popular culture. The idea is that parenting is the most selfless thing that one could ever do, but I think for most people it is one of the most selfish choices they will (ignorantly) make.

    I will never forgive my parents for why they wanted children and the expectations they laid on me to make them happy. I'm not about to do that to my children. Instead of trying to raise children more effectively I'm going to opt to not have any; because I also think I will be happier having more free time to pursue my hobbies.

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  • completesub

    completesub

    March 11, 2015, 6:28 am

    * Yes. In my every day life, I am very extroverted and opinionated. Coming home to him is such relief, and the kind of relationship we have is as important as how much I love him.

    * It is usually internalized. I will give him my opinion if he asks for it, and occasionally when he doesn't, but 95 percent of the time, when a decision is made, I will make no further objections. I will also try my best to enjoy his decisions.

    * No, he doesn't. I will tell him, though.

    * I simply express them. He and I have a very open and honest relationship, and I am very honest about my opinions and needs, and he does the same.

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  • billmeyersriggs

    billmeyersriggs

    March 10, 2015, 11:28 pm

    You are an idiot, and should take the loss.

    You got fucked over. Now ask yourself: who has more time to invest in a drama-filled clusterfuck, you, or a coked-out stripper? The coked-out stripper always wins in terms of sheer psychotic investment in insanity.

    Unless you have some leverage on her (ie you know her boss and can squeeze her a bit) you are completely and totally fucked. The bouncers will take her side, they're big and angry boys, and they're used to idiots coming by and hassling the girls for reasons real and imagined.

    Basically: is your time worth so little that starting a feud with someone who has a history of shady life choices and an excess of free time and drugs makes sense.

    Never, ever, ever, ever, ever buy coke from someone who is currently using as this girl obviously is. She likely picked up your 8ball, did a bit to "test", did a bit more, and then shit, no 8ball. Time to throw some eyeshadow in a ziploc... and next time, look at the shit closer and test it a tiny bit before handing over the cash. Because, of course, you didn't give her the cash beforehand, right?

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  • SilentStill

    SilentStill

    March 11, 2015, 9:54 am

    Cool, I think your whole existence is completely wrong because you don't agree with ME ME ME...See what I did there?

    And yes, trolls aside, I have read a lot of thoughtful people here.

    Why though, does EVERY FUCKING COMMENT have to be qualified to the nines with EVERY POSSIBLE FUCKING VARIABLE! Fuck it, don't have kids. I am sorry I even chimed in on this at this point...I love my wife. I love my baby. I love the life we are all living together. Ultimately, that is all I care about. I thought I would bring a different perspective to this thread and it apparently backfired...

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  • toastbot

    toastbot

    March 11, 2015, 5:52 am

    Hello friends, toastbot here on behalf of needy redditors across the globe. As we all saw several posts ago, snarkhunter bravely tried his best to make a clever response to the picture above. Cruel fate, and more specifically Duodecim stepped in and told him this wasn't good enough. Taking it upon himself, RobotMachines graciously stepped in generously offered three of his own "really's." Now folks, we're already halfway there, and with your help, we can help snarkhunter realize his dream of a fully valid comment. It's redditors that you that make comments like these possible and I'd like to ask that you all think about a time when you needed help with a comment, maybe someone helped out with a "FTFY," maybe not. But this time, YOU can make a difference. Folks, let's dig deep, and before we return to all the great stories and comments, let's help snarkhunter out with a few more "really's" so we can reach our goal and make this a comment to remember!

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  • cubedw00t

    cubedw00t

    March 10, 2015, 11:36 pm

    My strongest argument for eating meat is that humans have evolved to eat meat. The concentration of calories allowed early man to not spend all day foraging. Thus killing animals is completely ethical when used for food. I don't doubt that one day in the future eating meat will be taboo or illegal, but we're not ready for it yet.

    Many people have pets and wouldn't support killing a dog, but what if said dog kills a mouse? Should we outlaw that? Bugs are classified as animals. Would you kill a fly or mosquito? Bacteria are animals, and you kill them by brushing your teeth. Isn't that evil too?

    Some cultures (Inuit) rely on the hunt for survival. 'Nuf said.

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  • Willravel

    Willravel

    March 10, 2015, 10:07 am

    Based on MM's reconditions, a lot of it has to do with the "democratization of the workplace". Shoot for co-ops, but don't settle for less than unionization. Moreover, he clearly liked the initial response to the bailout, namely a LOT of people called their representative and said, "Don't you dare fucking vote for this". If we could keep doing stuff like that, we'll probably be better off. He also mentioned going after the guilty, holding the corrupt and criminal accountable. Also, if you're being evicted, become a squatter.

    What should you do personally? That's your call.

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  • Dark-Star

    Dark-Star

    March 11, 2015, 1:44 am

    I will try my hardest not to be.

    Speaking from amazingly frustrating experience, the biggest problem is old people who have not made the slightest effort to *understand* what the heck it is they're trying to do; my own grandmother had memorized sending emails by memorizing the right screens...but she didn't even know what double-clicking was.

    I can show an old person how to use, say, a Wii or a cell phone without a huge in-depth effort because those devices don't really require it. But if you're going to use an actual computer, either make a freaking effort to understand the thing *or don't even bother*.

    IMHO this also seems to apply with some younger users who can kick butt on WoW or Halo or whatever...but are absolutely clueless about even basic maintenance of their system, and don't even get me started about security!!!

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  • CrawstonWaffle

    CrawstonWaffle

    March 11, 2015, 7:51 am

    Basically this.

    Watchmen and to a lesser extent Crisis on Infinite Earths were praised for their maturity and scope in 1985 and all writers/artists really took from them were violence and frank depictions of sexuality.

    What ended up happening? Limited edition holofoil covers propagating limited edition #1 out of 1 miniseries EVENTS THAT WILL CHANGE EVERYTHING that ended up bankrupting Marvel and further reinforcing the belief that comics--and by association superhero stories-- were nothing more than juvenile appeals to the lowest common denominator of boys.

    When you take the shocking content and don't have it evolve organically as part of an artistic endeavor all you get are tacked on adolescent fantasies. It's good to move a few extra copies to the teenagers, but if you're going to do that you can't call yourself "mature" in the slightest.

    Ultimately the writing needs to be better and unfortunately for developers improving writing doesn't fall under the "costs more and games are expensive so we have to play it safe" umbrella because you're going to end up paying a good or shit writer the same amount of money unless you're hiring some "superstar" in which case the extra money goes for pedigree/marketing association purposes.

    In the end you *can* have writers work harder and try to make themselves more mature *without* sacrificing appeal to the idiot markets.

    And just so you developers know, being in the art department alone isn't enough to qualify someone as a writer, nor is being in marketing, producing, or coding, or the director, or the asshole with the *VISION* who came up with the concept. You actually need to have some experience crafting fiction to be any good at it and your best bet is to hire someone who's worked on his craft a lot more than you to shore up weak spots you can't even see.

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  • benjoffe

    benjoffe

    March 10, 2015, 11:58 pm

    It's a fairly basic heuristic, it starts with a random deck then applies some 'small shuffle' to the deck to see if the wins for the target player increases or not. It keeps the modified deck if the number of wins does not decrease, otherwise it tries another random 'small shuffle'.

    The small shuffle is a random number (1->3) of mods to the deck, each mod being either a swap of 2 random cards, a rotation of 3 random cards, or moving a card to another location in the deck (and shifting the cards in between). It may be better to only do 1 mod (and not 1,2 or 3) each time: my tests show that 3 mods rarely result in an improvement, and 2 mods are usually only successful until about 40/52 wins are found.

    For finding 4 players, this gets the number of wins up to about 40/52 in less than a minute, then takes its time for the remaining ones. The main problem is that sometimes it will get to 51/52 with the last slot losing to a really strong hand like a full house, these cases seem to be a hole that the heuristic can't get out of and I've had to just restart the simulation when that happens.

    An optimisation is that when checking the 52 permutations, it quits early if it finds enough losses, and that it checks permutations that were not giving a win for the target player in the parent deck first. This improved the speed by almost double for the first few minutes, then up to 5x faster for finding the last few cards.

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  • Saydrah

    Saydrah

    March 10, 2015, 8:44 am

    Uuuuuuuuuughhhhh.

    I wish I could put people like that in a female body for a while so they could see "what society expects of them." Let's start with being 10 pounds underweight and smearing various unpleasant substances on your face and hair every morning to look "pretty." Then you'd damn well better act "ladylike" and "chaste" around the workplace, friends, pretty much any situation where you aren't currently having sex or having a secret girly sleepover with your gal pals. But even though you're not allowed to publicly give *any* hints that you might actually enjoy sex, the minute you get in bed with a guy, you're supposed to be a porn star. Oh, yeah, and you're supposed to have multiple orgasms, not because *you* enjoy them, but because if you don't *he* might feel bad. And if you're not enjoying it, honey, just fake it, it's "for him" anyway.

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  • matts2

    matts2

    March 11, 2015, 5:57 am

    You don't seem to get that there can be conflicts between various rights and that courts have to weigh things. That said:

    >"free speech zones"

    Could you be more specific here. How are those a violation of religious rights?

    >DMCA

    I have no idea how that is a violation of the religious clauses. Or free speech given that the Constitution specifically sets out copyright.

    >DHS "security letters" aka secret gag orders

    No idea how that violates the religion clauses.

    >Waco massacre, where feds burnt alive 76 people including 20 children

    >raids of LDS church

    Not a violation of the religion clause, they were not targetted for their religion. There are two clauses regarding religion, both freedom and establishment. That means the government cannot target a religion nor can it give a religion a free ride.

    >I'm pretty sure religion clause is being violated routinely right now. Google for the word "cult" on news, and you will find fresh examples on a daily basis.

    Then you should be able to provide some examples rather than having me search.

    >Another way in which religion freedom is being violated is that churches are provided benefits, not available to atheists.

    Do you know that this was decided in the very early years of the country?

    >Since "no religion" is a form of belief, atheist groups should enjoy same benefits as churches.

    Anyone ever try?

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  • marquella

    marquella

    March 10, 2015, 2:00 pm

    My state has a double indemnity clause that if the landlord doesn't return the security deposit, you can get double back what they owe you. My roommate was scammed by a landlord who tried to charge her for ridiculous things. After the allotted time was up for them to return the deposit, we sent a certified letter demanding the deposit back within 14 days and also included the statutes of the double indemnity clause. They still wouldn't return it, we sued, they tried to settle for the original deposit at the initial hearing, we refused knowing she could get double. At the next court date they offered just less than double the deposit and we settled. Make sure you know the law and have all the documentation and lease clauses. Landlords and management companies are notorious for ripping off renters, know your rights!!

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  • DarkBlueAnt

    DarkBlueAnt

    March 11, 2015, 6:59 am

    This isn't really a break up story, but it's close.

    There was/is a girl who really likes me and is so obsessive that she keeps trying to snatch me like some goblin, even after 4 or so years of me totally ignoring her and making my disinterest quite obvious. She's a pretty narcissistic person and I can't stand her. One day she actually asked me out and I told her this: "I'm not really interested, but if you can beat me in Street Fighter, I'll give it a shot."

    Then I got a lot of perfects. I think she assumed I was going to let her win eventually, but instead I just mercilessly wailed on her.

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  • essbeck

    essbeck

    March 11, 2015, 1:55 am

    Cant the relative sue the newspaper for this. Not for the money but just to put it through the legal system to prevent them from doing this again and cause other people do be pushed to commit suicide ?

    Im Swedish and here its abit different. They dont reveal the name of people suspected of doing a crime before they are convicted. That means that they wait and maybe after the verdict is done and settled they may publish the name.

    Big tragedys like family drama were someone have killed another even after the verdict there is less point to reveal the identity and that is to take pressure off the family so they can be left alone.

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