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  • the_nuclear_lobby


    March 11, 2015, 1:46 am

    >I'd kill you to save my cat

    Hopefully you're joking. If not, I hope at a minimum you're a vegan.

    >Humans are animals among other animals

    Being an animal doesn't automatically afford rights, this is the naturalistic fallacy.

    What makes humans special is our software. If you could transfer somebody's mind into a robot body, then they are no longer biologically human (or animals), but their software still endows them with the same rights as a human under my moral code.

    Similarly, a human mind in a cat's body would afford that 'cat' human rights. This is why the physical form can't be consistently used to confer moral rights.

    Animals lack the component that makes humans human - sapience.


  • eaturbrainz


    March 10, 2015, 11:22 pm

    >As I seem to recall, wasn't it Germany's exercising it's right to "self-determination" that prompted the creation of Israel in the first place?

    No, idiot. Otto von Bismarck and the unification of Germany was self-determination. What the Nazis did was simple genocide.

    >You don't have the right to not live with people of a different ethnic group. Buck up and accept it.

    I never said we did. 20% of Israel is Arab, and another 5% is some other form of non-Jewish. We Jews here have our own internal divisions. What the hell are you on about?


  • chillypacman


    March 10, 2015, 3:16 pm

    >If you witness a man shooting someone in the back in cold blood they are a murderer regardless of any subsequent court cases

    You're the one who brought the Nuremberg conventions into it, I was responding to that, under the nuremberg conventions the president is not a war criminal unless he is tried as such. One of the base principles of justice is innocent until proven guilty, if you want to say your opinion is he's guilty of war crimes that is another matter entirely, but he certainly is not a criminal under the Nuremberg conventions nor will he ever be.

    Try again buddy.


  • FiL-dUbz


    March 10, 2015, 10:28 am

    I'm no FL spokesman, but my 3 years of FL exp. has taught me that if you work the DAW religiously, you'll be able to make any music you want in any DAW, be it Acid or Logic.

    Sytrus has a limit. And it's only one synth. Expand your vst folder; their are plenty of free synth's out there. Personally, I use (non-free) Albino 3, Absynth 4, Thor, FM 8 and Purity... Got most of these by searching "Best VST Synths" into youtube and looking into them. Just by installing Cubase I gained like 4 synths, my fav being Pentagon and PSyn. Also gained RXP drum machine, which is amazing! Your other DAW's have synths of their own that are VST, which can be used in any DAW.

    My FL Studio is a mix of Ableton, Reason, Pro-Tools, Cubase, and Reaper.

    If you need to manipulate waves, that's easily done in FL. I sample a lot for hiphop music, so taking whole bars or even 1 beat of sample is easy in Edison. Vocal stabs to whole orchestra sequences, easy. All your DAW's do this anyway, so it's probably just a matter of comfort. Either way, don't let the DAW keep you away from making music.


  • NeeAnderTall


    March 10, 2015, 4:34 pm

    1. Hulu 90% of my time. I don't agree with their idea of expired seasonal content and their commercials can be a real buzz kill during the best of moments in a movie. Honestly, if I had my wish fulfillment, please give me back ye'ol Studio6 website which hasn't been rivaled in content and quality since it closed.

    2. Youtube 10% of my time if I cant find it on Hulu.

    3. Joost best used to watch Music videos.

    4. Veoh if I feel like watching low quality anime.

    5. Blinx explored it, but never really gotten into it.


  • mccoyn


    March 11, 2015, 4:56 am

    > I think the easiest way to encapsualte this (if you're an OOP fan) is to make a "position" class that holds your chosen respresentation, and the only operations you can perform on that class are subtracting one from another to give a standard float32 vec3, and adding a float32 vec3 to a position to get another position.

    I think you will need multiplication to do rotations and scaling. If you try to cram that into a fixed point representation you could easily eat up all your bits trying to support multiplication without overflow.


  • Naptosis


    March 11, 2015, 8:05 am

    >...any spacefaring civilization that has broken the lightspeed barrier...

    Will probably be too advanced for us to interact with on a meaningful level, even if we could detect them.

    Besides, in our own history, one advanced group of people meeting another less advanced group, has generally ended badly for the latter. New knowledge and technology is often a burden to those that do not have the maturity to weild it.

    *Today* we can vapourise cities and have begun building fusion-reactors. Imagine what destruction we could create with technology 10,000-1,000,000 years in advance of our own?

    Perhaps it's best they leave us in peace to grow up a little bit.


  • threwitaway


    March 10, 2015, 9:27 pm

    ideally, a losing track record would do it. honestly day trading is mostly a crapshoot, but often times people lose because they take small profits but let losers run, and ultimately freak out and take a large loss. I did that many times, and it almost makes me vomit to think about how many losses in the thousands would have been profitable if I had waited a day.

    but of course that's hindsight. ultimately if you don't have an office full of computers and quants with dynamic trading models, day trading by hand isn't going to work. and even if you do have all that it sometimes doesn't work.

    one thing I tried to do when I first tried to quit was enforce a financial news "blackout" - no checking financial news on nights/weekends, no checking of asian markets in the evenings, etc. this was a bit hard to do, because I actually work in one of those offices with computers and quants. ah, cognitive dissonance.


  • PandemicSoul


    March 10, 2015, 5:23 pm

    Sorry, after three days, I just can't get over how incredibly shallow, callous, and awful this sounds. You will probably never see why, I know that, but I can't let this type of statement stand without any response.

    What happens between you and your friends is not representative of the whole world. Likewise, what happens with me and mine are not either. But do not assume that just because every conversation you have with a gay man is a "catty laugh fest" that this is the only thing straight women and gay men talk about. Indeed, I have had many of those, and they're a riot. But the vast majority of the conversations I have with my three or four closest straight women are long, in-depth discussions about our life circumstances, our relationships, and our jobs. I looked over the last month of calls with those friends, and none of them averaged less than 45 minutes. None of them live within an eight hour drive of me, and as such, we don't get together for a "Sex and the City" afternoon of drinking and shopping.

    Have you ever considered that the only reason these discussions with your gay male friends are "catty laugh fests" is because you're too shallow to talk about anything else? If what you've said on Reddit is any indication, your willingness to be open about the types of friendships between two people is pretty low.


  • Timmah1978


    March 10, 2015, 9:03 am

    In my 20 years as a mechanic, I have encountered dozens of cases where the main contributing factor to an engine seizure was the lack of oil changes for most of the life of the car. The lack of oil changes is a massive factor in engine failure.

    Silly and pointless arguement. Obviously people who do not goto the doctor on a regular basis tend to die off faster than those that do. How many of us have fathers, uncles or grandfathers and never remember them taking a day off from work to goto the doctor? They had insurance, but the moms and kids went to the doctor instead. Men still die before women right? Is it the lack of coverage or the lack of preventative care?


  • VoodooIdol


    March 10, 2015, 4:19 pm

    >That's why it will not work. Because the government subsidizes it, there will be a short period of time where things will seem to improve. That lasts just until the chickens come home to roost. Ultimately, even the stupidest of Socialists comes to the realization, "There's no such thing as a free lunch". Someone ALWAYS has to pay.

    So why, in countries that they have a working and viable single payer healthcare system, do they pay less per capita than us? Isn't that the whole purpose in having the insurance that we have today? We pay into a group policy so that it makes health care cheaper for everyone on that policy. That's the entire point, yes?

    >This is how revolts and revolutions come around. When the people realize that the feeding trough just ran dry because the government house of cards just collapsed.... And they are left holding the empty bag.

    If this were true the US should have had a revolution during the Great Depression and pretty much every year since.

    >If by "more productive" you mean more people like the average redditor....

    No. Re-read what I wrote, understand it, and answer it.

    >Most people, especially democrats, are nanny-state citizens who are lazy, unmotivated, bums who expect someone else to change their diaper for the rest of their lives, and who have absolutely no qualm about stealing from other people to make their living.

    What a load of horseshit.

    >Parting shot: If "health care is a right".... Then why not a car? A home? A job? A retirement? Food?

    Because you can live without all of those things, with the exception of food. We already have government programs to assist people with both food and housing, so I'm not sure why you even included them. I think you're just not at all in understanding of the issues we're attempting to discuss.

    >Here are a few of the results:

    I noticed you didn't include any shots of Western Europe and Canada in there. Talk about spin...

    >And when people smart enough to realize this step up and say, "whoa. Hol' up there, pardner...", they get pilloried, criticized and , uhm, "downvoted" by the masses who, by their very nature and by the very laws of probability and distribution, are the LEAST qualified to speak on the matter.

    As if the former are any more qualified than the latter. Please.

    >Well.... That's what democracy gives you. The largest mass of the dumbest people will rise to power and control everyone and everything else.

    Ah, so you are more interested in a dictatorship, or some variation thereof. At least now we know you're fascist scum.


  • cartmantul


    March 11, 2015, 3:53 am

    Do any of the bills even cover dental? I know this is a major problem in the UK with it being near impossible to find an NHS dentist (hence the constant flow of dumb jokes about brit teeth).

    Seem to recall Canada not covering either.

    This sort of thing (the death) is rare, but anyone who has had a tooth go without treatment can tell you it's hell. The longer you wait, the more it costs. My insurance maxed out for the year when I did get it so I had to spread treatment over two years which was a joy.


  • Peterabit456


    March 11, 2015, 9:36 am

    I agree that we have seen numerous, systematic violations of the law on Fox "News" and in other Murdoch outlets. We have seen more than enough incitements to crimes, to warrant lifting broadcast licenses, as well as sending a few individuals to jail. The video of the Fox Producer inciting tea bag protesters behind the Fox reporter alone, might be enough to get broadcast licenses lifted.

    But do we really want to work that way? You know that if they ever come back to power, they will abuse whatever precedent the moderates set to set up a totalitarian state. The Right has not yet transgressed to the point where their party can be outlawed, like the NAZIs in Germany after WWII. Not by a long shot.

    The NAZIs in the 1920s, started a campaign of assassination and terror against rival political parties. Obviously, such acts should be enough to ban individuals through the normal processes of indictment and trial. Perhaps we are at the stage where indictments should be handed down against a couple of Fox broadcasters, their producers, and writers, for conspiracy to murder that doctor. But until you can show me real evidence that Gordon Liddy killed Vince Foster, or Rove and company killed their programmer who said he helped fix the 2004 election, or Cheney and company were active conspirators in 911, don't go arguing for a blanket indictment agaisnt a whole political party. (And don't just mention that Bush senior was in the same room with 3 of Bin Laden's brothers, short-selling airline stocks on the morning of 9/11/2001. That is well established old news.)

    In the early 1930s, NAZI tactics had expanded to include squads of thugs intimidating ordinary Germans, and persecuting Jews and other innocent bystanders. Well yes, the Right is doing that at abortion clinics across the country, as well as throwing bombs and bullets at them.

    Let's just keep them away from the third step, total control of the government, and concentration camps for their innocent victims.


  • troller10


    March 10, 2015, 1:08 pm

    Yeah, I know that. See the post three posts up.

    >traditionally, marriage has been seen as the accepted way to produce more tax payers and workers, (children). Same sex marriage does not produce that benefit for society, (no children produced via the relationship). Of course same sex partners can adopt children and raise them in a supportive home and that may be enough of a reason to allow same sex marriage, but there are many people that believe that same sex partners can not instill the values necessary to keep the workers and tax payers coming in future years. In other words same sex marriages may promote more non-baby producing unions by way of example.


  • safety3rd


    March 11, 2015, 1:07 am

    Bowling Alley Laminate Catcher/Stacker.

    Bowling alley lanes are not hardwood planks with arrows painted on them. They are made of laminate with those arrows printed on them in a giant screen printer. They come off in sheets that are bowling lane width and 6 or 7 feet long and 2 mil or so thick.

    The Printer would print the arrows and or dots and send the sheet through a dryer that would do a bang-up job. I would drag these sheets into a stack to be crated.

    Know what happens when you drag 7 feet worth of warm dry laminate onto a pile of 200 warm dry laminate?

    The static electricity discharge shocks the shit out of you, that's what.


  • nashife


    March 10, 2015, 6:56 am

    Perhaps she's crying because she remembers "it's a girl" from her vision, and is hoping against hope that it's a boy?

    You're right that it would be nice to see some people reacting to their surroundings with "oh crap this is it!" or something. However, I believe we're supposed to assume that there's a version of reality where these events came to pass without the blackout, and that's the version they see. It's sort of a hand-wavy "made-for-tv-sci-fi" solution, but that's what I'd expect from a show like this. It's more about the tension, the characters, the drama, the story, rather than about the science.

    Alternatively, we don't have to believe that the exact 2:17s will pass as-is. We are only asked to wonder if the circumstances laid out in the vision will come to pass. E.g, she becomes pregnant, Olivia has feelings for whats-his-name, etc.

    Now that they've seen it, I think it's impossible for them to experience the EXACT 2:17s they saw and there's no way the writers could pull that off. It'll likely be more about the circumstances that are in place on that date, and the consequences of what leads up to that moment.


  • kickstand


    March 10, 2015, 7:29 pm

    It is true that the photography industry is on hard times "right now." So are a lot of industries. While the market is changing, who knows what it will be like in 5 or 10 years? Or 20 years? Remember, the OP is 16 years old, and looking to make a life choice.

    As for me, I was the photo editor of my college yearbook in the late 1980s. I thought photography was an impossible dream, and went on to do something else. Three of the other yearbook shooters I knew went on to be pro photographers, and are doing well, although not as well as they were a few years ago.

    Who are we to tell a 16-year-old they cannot make a living at photography? Or at anything, for that matter?


  • MysteryBowler


    March 10, 2015, 7:33 am

    Depends on the phase of life. I was not very happy as a young child because my sister was somewhere between annoying and abusive and my parents didn't know how to handle it. Once my sister got into her late teens and became preoccupied with matters other than bruising me, I became very happy.

    My happiness took a nose dive in high school, as my identity as a dork, misfit and loser was cemented. Once this happens in a very small town, you are more or less screwed. You will live with it until you find a way to get out.

    Once I moved away to college, my happiness sky-rocketed and has continued into adulthood.


  • Gisl3


    March 11, 2015, 2:11 am

    You are right about the numbers, but you forget 3 things. When we talk about population control, it does not only apply to "poor countries", but also to Europe and America. Second, developing countries is increasing it´s emissions much faster, and some of them will soon be on the same level as Europe. Third, Europe, and somewhat USA, is increasing it´s focus on green energy, which Africa and India is not (China somewhat).

    Does the numbers include shipping? If so, I would guess the 7% percent richest are held responsible by the fact that they buy stuff. It is not necessarily the best way to apply it, as there are also sellers, transport-firms ect.

    Population control also has another great advantage, namely reducing poverty. Less people to go on, less people to feed.


  • dizzle67


    March 11, 2015, 8:21 am

    weight watchers is great because it is simple. i started weight watchers about 6 months ago and have lost more than 40 pounds, all while gaining muscle mass by hitting the gym. you can still eat almost anything you want, but you have to sacrifice food later if you *really* think you need that taco now. i soon figured out that if i ate healthy foods i could eat a lot a still lose weight. i haven't eaten fast food in 5 months and really have no desire. healthy fresh food will make you realize how disgusting fast food really is. very straightforward and simple. you can find "point" values for foods all over the internet as well as the points/day you're allowed based on your weight.


  • andrewsmith1986


    March 11, 2015, 9:23 am

    My mother around the end of September when i was around 11, decided to surprise my brother and i with 2 ventriloquist dummies. They were black dummies with short curly hair and glasses. When she got them for us i was thinking man thats pretty lame and didn't really play with mine. Well a few weeks later my brother and notice that one of the dolls face glows in the fucking dark, but not like the whole face for the eye sockets and the smile doesn't glow. Keep in mind that these were the EXACT same doll in the EXACT same packaging. I did not like this very much and my brother being nearly 3 years older than me took it upon himself to try to torture me using this dummy.

    The first night: we shared a room growing up, and after i fell asleep i hear this pitter patter of small feet as my brother softly drums on the wall. Then from the corner of the room a glowing face slowly sits up. then its head spins slowly around. My brother then quickly covers its head with a comforter so no it has completely disappeared. At this point i am sitting straight up in the corner of my bed telling myself "remember this isn't real" (my mother during any scary movie announces has announced this since i can remember every time something gets remotely scary.) staying up for the rest of the night.

    The second night: Before i go to sleep i cannot find the glowing dummy, but i place the regular dummy in a spot that i can see all night and i go off to sleep. at one point i hear something fall so i roll over to see what it is. The fucking glowing dummy is where i had the regular dummy and the regular dummy is on the fucking floor. I'm terrified at this point so i go to sleep in my dad's bed (Parents worked nights).

    The third night consisted of me sleeping with a firm grip in the glowing dummy's hair. Then the next day i smashed his face with a hammer.

    It was my brother all along, he stayed up 3 nights just to torture me, which is what i figure older brothers are for. He has brought up that he saved the pieces of the dummy and had plans to glue the head back together but our house burned down a few years later ending the dummy forever.

    Edit for plural errors*


  • Charlie24601


    March 10, 2015, 11:59 pm

    No. The problem, in my opinion, stems from usage and the date.

    Back in their day, they had no use for computers, iPhones, iPods, etc etc. They grew up learning how to get by every day with low tech solutions. They use what they know and have no real need to upgrade since what they have "works just fine".

    Since we grew up with high tech, we're constantly using it. In addition, we're constantly upgrading and learning new SOTA tech and programming, etc etc.

    You think any of us still use DOS? Windows 3.1? How about Netscape? All these programs are things of the past. No one really uses them seriously anymore.

    They might do it for a laff or have an ancient laptop built soully for that ancient game you can't play on the new machines...

    Thus as the decades pass, we conform to that new tech. I mean hell, who here WOULDN'T get a computer-brain interface if they had the cash? Or an implanted jump drive? (just don't put any cures to NAS in there)


  • mordaunt0


    March 10, 2015, 4:09 pm

    I played it a year or so ago, just to see what all the fuss surrounding mmorpg's was all about. Aside from teasing high level monsters to come in and kill the city guards in the non-pvp part of the game, I didn't have much fun. It was just endless grinding, that you could speed up by buying potions. I spent my last day simply running through the pvp areas, getting killed and accidentally captured an unoccupied castle.

    Around that time, l4d came out and I went back to the genre I enjoy best.


  • johnhutch


    March 10, 2015, 5:44 pm

    For so many reasons, this is my choice as well. For one, a lot of the pics above are undeniably great, but they're word-for-word right out of the books. And if we're gonna talk about great movie lines, the very best were written for the screen, not for the page. Secondly, is the story _behind_ the line -- the dozens of takes, Ford being pissed off and wanting to get it over with and the line just coming out, and the fact that this line did more to define his character than almost any line I can think of. It's just great film making.


  • rebel


    March 10, 2015, 7:38 pm

    Alton Brown is awesome.

    My mother says he reminds her of me, which to me seems odd, except for the cooking part.

    Two breakfasts I use as my secret weapons if I hook up with a guy who I want to stick around in the morning for another round or two:

    Baby lobster tail and lime hollandaise sauce eggs benedict.


    Pan fried corn meal mush (think polenta), with butter and maple syrup, and eggs by request.

    I always keep the ingredients around, I even get outta bed before going to sleep or get up extra early and make the cornmeal mush (it has to set for a while) if I don't have any already.

    I swear to the FSM, they have worked every time I've used them.

    I make a pasta salad with orechette, seeded red, orange, and yellow tomatoes, toasted pine nuts, olive oil, and lots of fresh mint that I dreamed up years ago.

    Believe it or not, Forgotten Seven Layer Salad, and my moms macaroni, potato salads or her slaw are always consumed to the absolute last scraping.

    Pies. I make excellent pie crust, very flavorful and flaky.

    Rosemary, Sea Salt, and Pine nut sugar cookies.

    I have hosted thanksgiving at my place for the last 12 years. I have an excellent brine recipe that I created, and with proper baking and my home made stuffing, the bird is bare nearly every year.

    I worked at Mrs. Fields cookies back when they made the batter on site. I learned alot about *how* to make cookies there. I have since created a very awesome chocolate chip cookie recipe, but aside from ingredients, it's HOW you make them that makes the biggest difference in how they come out.

    Wow, this is starting to sound like I am a braggart. Anyways, if you are interested in any of these I'll dig up the XML files where the recipes are stored if you like. My recipe app is wonky and I didn't even bother re-installing it when upgrading my system last, just the data.


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