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  • phackme

    phackme

    March 10, 2015, 4:58 pm

    I did the same the same thing but I did it in 2002. I also lost about $100k. I was so hooked that at one point I had $50K in OTM calls. Lost it all.

    Then I saved up some money again, started a business and that flopped because of a bad business parter.

    Then I decided to do it again on my own but it flopped because I couldn't handle the workload.

    I'm one huge financial failure after another. I'm 31 now. I had more money when I was 22. Fucking pathetic.

    I know how it feels though, to work years and just lose it all.

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  • lil_mitch54

    lil_mitch54

    March 11, 2015, 1:29 am

    I kinda liked the "you have to aim it" aspect of the Claymores. But the new mines look larger, making them more difficult to hide than the betties were, so that will help. I'm just glad to see that something was included, as all the multiplayer footage I've seen didn't show claymores/betties.

    I thought a cool change would to include a trip mine, where you place the mine and then drag a trip-wire. The wire would be visible, so the enemy had some chance to avoid it/jump over it. Possibly even including the option to difuse a mine, instead of shooting it, would be nice.

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  • aenea

    aenea

    March 10, 2015, 7:50 am

    I think that Mark Emery's a dick who knew exactly the risks that he was running, and was thrilled with the publicity until it didn't go his way, but I still don't believe that he should be extradited. It's also pretty ridiculous to think that Emery's going to face the same challenges that Jonathan Magbie did, unless he's suddenly become a quadriplegic who is dependent on 24 hour medical care. What happened to Jonathan Magbie is a tragedy that points up the serious lack of concern and care for disabled prisoners, and it's pretty offensive to compare that to the experiences of an able bodied person.

    It's still embarrassing and humiliating for Canadians that we're participating in this travesty, but the two cases have nothing in common except for the stupidity against the war on pot.

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  • burnice

    burnice

    March 11, 2015, 8:17 am

    Of course I want him to get those diseases. <eye roll>

    I debated about whether to even bring that controversial issue up, since I'm not wanting to argue or defend my position about it to anyone. It's a personal choice, one that wasn't made lightly, and is a very 'damned-if-you-do, damned-if-you-don't' issue.

    My point in mentioning it was to illustrate that avoiding the rather silly 'well baby' visits can save a lot of money for a family with a child with little or no health insurance.

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  • Lard_Baron

    Lard_Baron

    March 10, 2015, 6:22 am

    So Just what do you think Zbigniew Brzezinski meant by "critical leverage" over other industrial societies?

    >Its taken me more than a day to demonstrate to you on how this is infeasible for your China scenario.

    You demonstrated nothing of the sort. Your pipeline uses oil shipped from the gulf!!!

    Where are these other sources? Norway? Venezuela? how they going to get to China? if not the Malacca then a long a vulnerable route. What is the point of China developing its "string of Pearls"?

    Why did the US United States Army War College even think of this string leading to "the calamity of a hostile confrontation"?

    You've got some chutzpa talking of me not thinking this through.

    BTW, I didn't down vote you.

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  • BasicObject

    BasicObject

    March 10, 2015, 4:09 pm

    I'm pretty sure you can still use the old desktop paradigm in GNOME 3. That's what I was told anyway. So if GNOME shell is initially a disaster, it can be defaulted back to the usual 2.x interface. Not sure though. I am looking into simple WMs and tiling WMs because I find the bloat of these DEs ridiculous. IMO they should have quit adding or removing features from GNOME years ago and solely bug fixed and optimized it. If they actually wanted to stick to their user simplicity regiment, that should have been at the top of the list. Optimize, optimize, optimize.

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  • Reductive

    Reductive

    March 10, 2015, 7:01 pm

    It's suppressing freedom if the truck was a GOVERNMENT truck. You fucking morons who always cry **first amendment** need to get a clue. Look:

    >**Congress shall make no law** respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

    Was the truck splashing water a FUCKING CONGRESSIONAL LAW? No, it was not. Now gtfo.

    (obligatory edit: he was obviously assaulting protestors, which was probably unlawful. This is NOT the same as suppressing freedom. If you're looking for suppressing freedom, look no further than **government forces** intimidating peaceful protesters at G20.)

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  • completesub

    completesub

    March 11, 2015, 9:09 am

    These are really good questions and were important in forming what I have now.

    We were friends for quite a while, he liked me but I was with someone else. As soon as that was over, he came in immediately and we started dating. Because we were friends before this, we knew a lot about each other and each other's pasts. I had had a really bad experience with putting trust in a partner, and he knew my issues with that. I, also, had known him while he was dating just a horrible, horrible woman.

    Knowing so much about each other got us very close very quickly, and I trusted him in a way that hadn't happened since my bad relationship years ago. So, yes, I would place my life in his hands.

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  • GhostsForBreakfast

    GhostsForBreakfast

    March 10, 2015, 11:46 am

    Your comment brings out a distinction the OP glosses over: the distinction between completely novel experiences to mankind, and novel experiences *to you*. I think part of what makes him sad is confusing the two. All the things you listed (except exploring the oceans, I guess) are not completely new to humanity, but they're certainly new to a (rolling the dice) white, suburban, middle class anime nerd. That doesn't lessen them. Everyone has their own personal adventures, and the fact that someone has been somewhere or done something before you doesn't lessen what it means to you.

    I guess if you could only be happy if you do things that no one else has done before you're going to be very disappointed in life, but that's a pretty bad way to live. It seems like you should strive to do or invent something new if you want, but appreciate the experiences you have in your own life as adventures for yourself.

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  • kafro

    kafro

    March 10, 2015, 6:29 pm

    I live in the states and have a lot of questions... :)

    *How easy would it be for an English speaking only person to get a job?

    *Is the cost of living expensive, like Norway? (w/ health insurance, room, food, and no car, I cost about $800 a month in the USA)

    *Is smoking marijuana common?

    *Any discrimination against homosexuals?

    *Would you rather live somewhere else?

    *Any complaints against Iceland?

    *What is your favorite thing about living in Iceland?

    *How often do you travel to other countries? Is it easy to?

    *Is public transportation widely available?

    *Have you lived in any other countries? How did they compare?

    *Is your government run by greed, businesses, and lobbyists?

    *Are people friendly towards immigrants in Iceland?

    Thanks!!!

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  • eddie964

    eddie964

    March 11, 2015, 12:53 am

    I'm guessing that the casino had these card counters pegged as amateurs without the skills and discipline to actually increase their odds appreciably. From what I understand, successful card counting is extremely difficult to do, and works only if you play large sums of money over a long time.

    If you walk into a casino with $1,000 and a card-counting book tucked under your arm, I'm guessing the casino is going to be more than happy to have you as a patron. Most likely, you're going to lose your shirt.

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  • arcandor

    arcandor

    March 10, 2015, 8:54 pm

    I think this hits the mark appropriately.

    I imagine the target of the legislation are the bloggers by the 100's who a company would send, say, a free copy of a game or a free electronic item worth from $50-$1k. So the price for 100 bloggers is $5k-100k for that range.

    Now, we all value the bloggers opinions more when they are being objective, and the companies that send them things know this. Their cost just went up from just the price of the item to the price of the fines, an increase of 10-200x. This should effectively stop that marketing angle.

    edit: downvotes of disagreement?

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  • Mooshiga

    Mooshiga

    March 10, 2015, 8:59 pm

    I don't know, I've bought it at least twice because one of the articles was just too funny not share.

    Maybe people like me are like 1/3 of their market.

    I think it's the same for men and women. We all have problems finding love, finding love isn't easy. We can either internalize or externalize the blame. If we internalize, we may buy materials on how to change ourselves to attract the opposite sex. Because there is nothing really wrong with us, these materials are forced to make up answers for us (High heels! Be more sensitive!). If we externalize, we can become misandrists or misogynists.

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  • p3on

    p3on

    March 10, 2015, 9:19 pm

    it is an impossibility for government to "steal" since the right to property is bestowed and protected by government, which is only invalidated if you can come up with a metaphysical right to land ownership

    that's just a technicality though. the bigger point is that collectivisation wasn't a malicious act, it was meant to rapidly modernize agriculture and increase productivity. not that i'd expect you to know anything beyond "teh comunis are bad!!!!" because you don't research anything and simply eat the propaganda shoveled into your mouth like so much horseshit

    i'm not anything close to a communist, i'm just not blinded by ideology

    it says something about your arguments when all you can say is "HUR HUR UR A RETARD!!!!!!!"

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  • ttoyooka

    ttoyooka

    March 11, 2015, 7:54 am

    > it seems American politics is degenerating to a level where if an idea... doesn't come from your "side," you fight against it with all your might, regardless of the idea's merits.

    To some extent, politics has always been like this, because there are always people willing to mislead, to take power. And speaking from north of the border, Canadian politics is no exception.

    But I can only watch with concern and horror as American politics seems to be spiralling into complete insanity.

    I just hope it's because I read reddit, where we seem to have a morbid fixation on people like Rush Limbaugh.

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  • violetnightshade

    violetnightshade

    March 10, 2015, 7:43 am

    *"I want to know," and the doctor replies, "It's a girl," and she starts crying. OKAY! So that means that there's no way that the lady agent saw a future in which she had seen the vision, because then she'd already know it was a girl!*

    You can't be sure until reaching that point in real time. Maybe there's a reason she was desperately hoping that despite her vision it would not be a girl, and then began crying when she found out the vision was in fact true. Just an option.

    As for whether or not the future can be changed or these are visions of what is definitely going to happen, it seems to me that this question is integral to the show and it's far too soon to jump to any conclusions. Maybe this is a great show, or maybe it stinks. For me, the jury is still out.

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  • rgladstein

    rgladstein

    March 10, 2015, 6:22 am

    Selling crap electronics out of the back of my car. We were instructed to claim these were leftovers from some truck show that had taken place a few weeks earlier and that our boss had authorized us to unload them for anything we could get, even if we had to take a loss. That was a complete lie. We had to buy whatever we were selling from the boss and could set our own prices, but obviously we'd be stupid to take a loss, and this was never a risk the boss took.

    We were also told that the best way to make sales was to go in the back doors of restaurants and sell to the kitchen staff, ostensibly because they were dumb suckers.

    I sold a clock radio to my parents and it was broken within a day.

    When I quit after about ten days, the boss gave me a hard time about taking back my wares. He told me, "My time is more important than yours, so I'll let you know when I'm ready to buy back the merchandise."

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  • OldLifeForm

    OldLifeForm

    March 11, 2015, 12:42 am

    >Thirty years ago, after initial concerns that the Russians would succeed in Afghanistan, it became clear to Mr. Brzezinski that once they were viewed as “occupiers,” they would be thwarted and eventually driven out. He doesn’t want Mr. Obama to make the same mistake with a mindless escalation. Thus, he is skeptical of the request of the U.S. commander in Afghanistan, Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal, for as many as 40,000 additional combat troops.

    If it was the devil himself that said it, it would still make sense.

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  • Yelly

    Yelly

    March 10, 2015, 6:36 pm

    Just to be clear: I learned everything I needed to know about sex from Cosmo, and I have had several men tell me I'm the best they've ever had in bed (including my current, very lucky boyfriend). While I don't read Cosmo too much anymore (it's the same fucking thing over and over again), it was instrumental in teaching me pre-puberty about the things that would help me succeed at a later age. I learned about the organs associated with sex for both the male and female and I learned how it all works together, etc. I was also able to inform myself on things regarding my period and various ways to care for my body.

    I'm not saying Cosmo is end-all, be-all. I've read a few books (later on in life) that taught me other things, but Cosmo was pretty big in teaching me about sex and sex-related things. I felt more confident in bed and that reflected on my performance.

    I also learned how to give a killer blowjob from that magazine.

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  • biteableniles

    biteableniles

    March 10, 2015, 3:13 pm

    I don't care what you wear, that's your right. It's also my right to point out how retarded you look.

    This style, in particular, is of the utmost stupidity, due to:

    1) It hampers motion

    2) It hampers appearance (in every classical sense. Only those who like the style find it attractive, where as for other styles, attractiveness seems to fall on a scale)

    3) You make yourself a target of profiling (as seen by the comments.)

    EDIT:

    When I said "I don't care, you look retarded" it was meant as "You have every right to wear whatever you want, but I think you look retarded." Fashion has absolutely no effect on my life, so I don't care that you look stupid, but I do think that you look stupid.

    Jesus.

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  • doctorgonzo

    doctorgonzo

    March 10, 2015, 11:28 am

    I used to be a supporter of PRT, mainly because it looks cool, but then I actually thought about it and realized it is a complete boondoggle. The throughput of a PRT system would not be anything near existing mass transit alternatives. We need to invest in existing mass transit, not spend billions on a new untested system with glaring faults.

    And if you need any more reason to shoot down this idea, PRT gets a lot of support from crazy right-wingers who hate existing mass transit (buses, subway) and see this as a shiny new toy that can divert money from existing transit options.

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  • doublejay1999

    doublejay1999

    March 10, 2015, 8:21 am

    Good question. My first answer is, I've never had a good Thai Tom Yum soup since my first, which was in Melbourne, Australia. The right balanace of heat, sweet/ tangy tomato, lemon grass and fish has elude me ever since. Either in my own kitchen or other restaurants.

    Secondly, I am very fond of street vendor food when travelling. I've eaten my best chicken satay from a malaysian hawker in Singapore - never had it so good since. Also, jerk chicken, in Ocho Rios, Jamaica., cook on a bbq made from half of a oil drum. I swear I was enjoying the remains of diesel fumes infusioned into the chicken. Just hit the spot, and not a taste I expect to enjoy anytime soon.

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  • Anand999

    Anand999

    March 10, 2015, 1:45 pm

    The bitrate difference between V0 (~245Kbps average) and 320 CBR (320 Kbps) is pretty small (~30%), so there isn't much of a file size penalty for that tiny extra bit of fidelity you might or might not get. For me, the cost vs. benefit ratio is low enough that I'm willing to use the extra disk space to encode with 320 CBR.

    FLAC files always seem to be about 700-800Kbps on average, so almost a 200% file size increase vs V0 for a tiny extra bit of fidelity. The cost vs. benefit ratio doesn't work out for me with FLAC, so I don't use it.

    Anyway, I've seen some old MP3 players that have problems with V0 files but play back 320Kbps CBR files just fine. If your goal is to achieve as close to universal compatibility as possible with a MP3 file, I'd go with CBR over VBR.

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  • shadowboxer47

    shadowboxer47

    March 10, 2015, 12:14 pm

    > I don't know of any doctrines that (not to say that there aren't any) I observe, that have been established on a single verse.

    That's usually because there isn't any controversy over it. However, as you've pointed out, there are quite a few.

    Furthermore, formulating doctrine off of a variety of verses isn't the issue or the point. The point is, even by doing so, the formula doesn't exist, nor is it titularly referenced as we view it today.

    > Here is a question for you. It's been lurking in the back of my head. Who cares? What's the difference if there is only 1 versus the 3 of the trinity? What does it change?

    It depends on how dogmatic you are. For many, it's not really that important. For me, as somebody who is working for his letters, it's a theological puzzle game, to debate and think about. However, for some, it's deadly serious (and centuries ago, this would be literal). For the truly dogmatic, I'm a heretic. Some churches would not accept me (not that I care.) So, if it's not a big deal for you, chances are it's not a big deal for those who don't necessarily ascribe to it.

    But come on, who doesn't like good, old fashioned religious debate? :P

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  • Noexit

    Noexit

    March 10, 2015, 10:28 am

    Warehouse rat in a pottery factory. No air conditioning, dusty, hard concrete floors. No fresh water to drink anywhere, it all came out of big Igloo containers. Bathrooms were essentially indoor outhouses, plumbing so fucked up we weren't allowed to flush the paper. Company owner frequently stumbled around the shop drunk off his ass, supervisors usually got high at lunch with the forklift operators. Most of my co-workers were Mexicans (from Mexico) and I know they were being seriously underpaid and exploited. The only positives were that we got paid weekly and were allowed to smoke in the warehouse. AND I drove 30 miles each way to get there.

    The moral of the story: If you're unemployed and hungry enough, you will do anything for a living.

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  • ephemeron0

    ephemeron0

    March 10, 2015, 10:14 am

    as you note, i find this position everywhere. everyone treats their chosen torrent aggregator like it's a secret club. it doesn't make any sense to me.

    i would argue that, with torrents, the strength is in numbers. the likelihood of finding what you're looking for, in the format you want, of the quality you want, when you want it...goes up with every new user.

    everyone complains that some sites are too small; there aren't enough seeders; there aren't enough trackers; can never find the rare items; dummy files and spam files abound; bit-rates suck, transfer rates are too slow; and on and on...all of which would improve if more people were involved.

    but anytime someone asks for advice, a little help, or whatever to improve their game, anyone-in-the-know get's all secretive and hushes up like their part of the Illuminati. it's fucking stupid.

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  • abbbbbba

    abbbbbba

    March 11, 2015, 1:07 am

    Agreed. I think people should have to take a test in order to have kids. Nothing like doing calculus or anything but just make sure they understand which end the bottle goes in.

    I see too many 'useless waste of flesh' parents out there, standing idly by while their children scream and shout. Growing up we'd get a smack on the ass for that kid of behavior.

    Thats actually part of why I don't want to have kids - not that I'd beat them, but if they need a single spank to set them straight I don't want to be called by CPS. Society has gotten a bit F'ed up and parents want to be their kids' buddies, discipline is sending them to their room which has a TV, Xbox or whatever in it. ugh.

    The other reason is I realize I get bored or perhaps my attention waxes and wanes. I have a couple cats and a dog and don't feel like I give them the appropriate amount of attention and a kid would require even more. Not to say I couldn't change, but I don't want to. Knowing that I decided not to have a kid which I feel is a responsible decision.

    Don't get me wrong, I enjoy seeing children for brief periods - at family gatherings and what not, I just don't think I could deal with it for extended periods.

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