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  • keito

    keito

    March 10, 2015, 10:24 pm

    You are wrong. I don't mind change, I'm the one who switched to Linux from Windows after a long term relationship with XP. My Mum wants a basic, familiar and simple way to access the web and do some word processing and spreadsheet editing. The bonus for her with using linux instead of windows is she doesn't get a virus every other week now.

    What she doesn't want is to be forced to learn features she'll never need just to carry out her simple tasks & needs.

    I can't take anything seriously from someone who thinks the ribbon UI in Office 2007 is an improvement over the traditional layout. **Pretty yes, useful no.**

    Like I said before. It would be nice to see a project like this developed, but fork it, don't change what works for other already.

    And *Dad*, no wonder Mum left you, you really don't know her at all do you?

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  • Magma42

    Magma42

    March 11, 2015, 1:02 am

    It is most likely that, pending investigation, the school would be under considerable pressure from the community to keep, and this is what they'd call him not me, "Professor GrabbyHands" away from their children.

    Now say he's found innocent in the end and theres no criminal record, perhaps, but can the school ever bring him back on considering that suspicion? As little trust as people put in the modern education system to keep their kids safe and educated why wouldn't they just hire someone else qualified to keep the community quiet?

    Ah, so he goes to another school in another community, though clearly not a neighboring one which would have heard about the allegations (and naturally avoided hearing the less sensationalist Not Guilty verdict) but what happens when that school calls the previous one to find out why he lost the job there?

    Given how many people there are who would like such a job and are qualified candidates, unless he has a very close friend working high up at a school, or on the Board of Ed. willing to recommend him over the merest suspicion of this crime, nobody's going to bother hiring him for another educational position as long as he lives. Nobody else would, for that matter either, in any area of business, meaning the only things he's be qualified to do for a living are wage-slavery at McDonalds and Wal-Mart.

    His professional life had ended the second the charge was levied. He's got a family to take care of, one who, presuming they too trust that he is innocent, is going to be harrassed at every turn by the long squashed rumor.

    I'm not saying that suicide is ever the "right" choice by a longshot, but stories like this tend only to end in misplaced shame or destitution. Rarely ever do things ever go back to normal for anyone.

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  • Brian

    Brian

    March 11, 2015, 9:42 am

    >Everyone is getting caught up on the first choice even though it has no bearing on the second.

    This is what you are missing.

    The first choice **does** have a bearing on the second, because it *constrains Monty's choice of what doors he will open*.

    The effect on the game is equivalent to saying "Considering **only** those two doors, reveal a goat". If Monty had picked from all 3, things would be different, because the choice would have had no effect. The fact that you limit Monty's choice means that he has revealed more information about the two-door set (relative to the 2/3rds probability space it covers) than about the 3-door set as a whole.

    Suppose instead of revealing the goat, Monty instead said "I'll give you the best of the two prize behind these two doors, whatever they happen to be". Would you switch then? - you get two doors for the price of one. However this situation is identical to where you were looking away when monty revealed the goat, and didn't see which *particular* door, just know that switching gets you the better (or equal) prize.

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  • aenea

    aenea

    March 10, 2015, 3:54 pm

    It is struck from school records, but good luck trying to overcome the publicity of ever having your name publicly associated with a child molestation charge, especially if you work with children. His career was over. We had a case in Guelph about 20 years ago (supposed gay washroom sex in a park), where the cops arrested about 23 people, the newspaper published their names, a few of them committed suicide, and they actually convicted only 2 people. Being accused of some things is in some cases equal to being convicted in the public mind, which is why newspapers didn't use to publish the names (or pictures) of people who were accused of similar crimes until they were convicted.

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  • matts2

    matts2

    March 11, 2015, 12:45 am

    >>the libertarians say he is a libertarian

    >Which ones?

    I mostly meant the ones here.

    >Doesn't mean his word is libertarian gospel.

    Never said it was. I said he was held up by many here as a standard bearer.

    >That's because socialism is a dirty word in the US. It doesn't change the fact he's more of a socialist than most US politicians.

    Obama did not even try for single payer, which is the clearly most efficient method of health care. He is not a socialist. More to the point, you analogy simply did not work.

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  • nominus

    nominus

    March 10, 2015, 4:34 pm

    I'm a woman, and whenever I say I don't want kids, people just start the "oh you'll want them someday!" crap. I have very practical reasons for not wanting a child. Finances, worry, etc. Honestly though, I want kids, I just know I'd be a horrible mother. I have severe anxiety disorders and I've rarely ever felt anything approaching attachment to infants in my family, whereas the other women fawn after them.

    A child would be messy, needy, illogical, and frustrating. Things like this send me into a downward spiral of anxious crying and irrational behavior that my (not pregnancy safe) medication can barely control when it's me. No way in fucking hell I should ever be responsible for a child.

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  • mworthley

    mworthley

    March 11, 2015, 4:15 am

    You should improvise for a couple hours (let the juices flow). Record all of it. Go back and listen to it, see what you like. Start from there and work it out. You'll find little embellishments in your imporv. recording that will add to your songs as well. Just play, play, play. Play for the sake of playing. Your stuff will evolve this way. Write down EVERYTHING that works, and that doesn't (if your theory is lacking, record it). This will build your musical repertoire. With all that said, this method won't always work, but no method does. When I get stuck, I try them all. That's the beauty of creating something, there are so many means to the end.

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  • P-Dub

    P-Dub

    March 11, 2015, 8:57 am

    >Judge # 2 -- Ho hum, tastes as if the chef literally threw in a can of chili peppers at the last moment. I should take note that I am worried about Judge #3. He appears to be in a bit of distress as he is cursing uncontrollably. Judge # 3 -- You could put a grenade in my mouth, pull the pin, and I wouldn't feel a thing. I've lost sight in one eye, and the world sounds like it is made of rushing water. My shirt is covered with chili, which slid unnoticed out of my mouth. My pants are full of lava-like ** to match my shirt. At least during the autopsy, they'll know what killed me. I've decided to stop breathing, it's too painful. Screw it; I'm not getting any oxygen anyway. If I need air, I'll just suck it in through the 4-inch hole in my stomach.

    That made me hurt from laughter.

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  • Roxinos

    Roxinos

    March 11, 2015, 2:04 am

    >A book hitting number one on Amazon and B&N the day it's announced is unprecedented and has never been seen before for a political book ever. It hit #1 and stuck. 6 days straight. That = undeniable popularity.

    No, it doesn't.

    >But there are millions (strike that, tens of millions) in America who will follow her lead and support whomever she supports and vote for whomever she supports.

    Awesome! At best one percent of the population supports her. Likely less than that.

    She is not a serious force to reckoned with. She's a curiosity. And there is a very vocal minority that sounds like popularity supporting her.

    I repeat, she's fuckin' clown shoes.

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  • phishsandwich

    phishsandwich

    March 10, 2015, 2:49 pm

    Many of those disgusted by it seem to be male.

    Of course, I'm making assumption based on semantics and syntax. My first main assumption is that the comment with 422 upvotes was written by a man, and is receiving support from men. I assume that most females have been in the position of having truly shitty sex, and would empathize, as opposed to immediately dumping on the girl for not trying hard enough. Yes, she's brash, but she's also right in a lot of ways. Psychologically, it makes sense for men to dump on her, because of their own performance insecurities, while it makes sense for women to support her, based on past experience. The men would have no such past experience, and the women would derive no insecurity from this post.

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  • feralkitten

    feralkitten

    March 11, 2015, 8:45 am

    >Another thing, why the fuck would you get married if you don't plan on ever having kids? It just seems kind of pointless. Couldn't you just date/live together until you are bored of each other instead? It just seems that if there is not enough love in the relationship to lovingly bear a child, why bother?

    A marriage is a commitment to your partner, not a commitment to breed. I've been with my wife for years. I'm committed to her. Simply put, she makes me happy. If she couldn't have children, i'd still be committed to her.

    If a woman/man is incapable of breeding, do you think they should stay un-wed?

    (for the record, we are in our 30's and neither of us want kids.)

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  • ntou45

    ntou45

    March 10, 2015, 2:21 pm

    I don't see a difference. You are aiding them in their trickery, you are just as guilty. He clearly knows it's wrong, he knows they have kids, and he knows that by engaging in this affair, she is risking her family. To continue with your metaphor, if he knows the stolen property he's receiving comes from old ladies beaten to death, aids these actions, and continues to do so for 4 years, you don't have any more moral highground than your accomplice.

    > I don't even understand what that means.

    ...now that I think about it, me neither. Redacted.

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  • epicgeek

    epicgeek

    March 10, 2015, 8:26 am

    Nudity is not maturity nor does it create realism. As a mature adult, how many naked people do I run into on a daily basis in reality? At work everyone has clothes... on the train everyone has clothes... at the store everyone has clothes...

    < EDIT >

    I don't mean video games should be like real life. I'm just pointing out that people usually wear clothes... in any environment or world. Clothes are useful for keeping you warm and protecting you from the elements. Reasons for requiring nudity are actually pretty rare and if there were an increase in nudity I'm of the opinion that game companies would do it all wrong.

    They already make women completely unrealistic, if there were a rise in nudity in games I can only imagine it would take things in a bad direction.

    </ EDIT >

    It's not on the top of my list of things that need to be fixed about games. First I'd like to see...

    * Women who don't have breasts the size of watermelons

    * Better voice acting

    * Better dialog

    * Better plots

    I think that would make games more mature.

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  • unzercharlie

    unzercharlie

    March 10, 2015, 6:56 pm

    I woke up in the middle of the night, and I could hear what I knew was a shovel chunking into dirt and gravel just outside my open window. I looked at my window and between it and the street light outside, there was a man doing exactly that.

    I wanted to move, but I knew my bed would squeak and he would know that I saw him. Ever so slowly, I started to slide out of bed. Walking toward my bedroom door, I realized that I didn't hear the digging anymore. I looked back at the window. No longer was the silhouette digging in the dirt, but he was standing at my window. All I could see was a tall shadow from about chest up, he was standing right outside and my window was open. A leather work glove reaches for a handful of my blinds and parts it slowly and looks in. I've never woken up so afraid.

    Chantix is some crazy shit.

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  • putainsdetoiles

    putainsdetoiles

    March 10, 2015, 2:16 pm

    Well, there's not really much to say. I was living in a small city in NE Ohio (population: roughly 35,000), where I'd have to drive at least 20 miles to do much of anything beyond grocery shopping. I'd been visiting Chicago pretty often while I was still in college, and I realized that sticking around would be a stupid idea (there were no real career opportunities, and I was generally unhappy with the way life was). So, I left, and after the initial integration period to life in a big city, I can't imagine myself ever going back.

    Suburban life was never my cup of tea, but now that I've left it, I can't stand it even more than before. I mean, there's more going on in my *neighborhood* than there is in all of Massillon, Ohio.

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  • shallah

    shallah

    March 10, 2015, 10:44 am

    quote:

    The article's protagonist is Kitty Werthmann, an 84-year-old native Austrian survivor of the Third Reich. Kitty was one of the keynote speakers at the conference.

    “What would you suggest we do,” asked one activist, “if we are asked to give up our guns?”

    “Don’t you dare give up your guns!” thundered Werthmann. “Never, never, never!”

    “Give them back one bullet at a time!” called out another activist. The tense atmosphere melted a little bit; the room broke up with laughter.

    Call the doctor. You see, Republicans are always very quick to say that liberals also altered posters of former President Bush to look like Hitler, and that liberals also drew comparisons between the Republicans and Nazis. Except, liberals were also called treasonous and threatened with arrest for doing harmless things like showing up to Bush's speeches dressed in anti-war t-shirts, or sporting anti-war bumper stickers on their cars. There were many of these kinds of stories. Meanwhile, those who show up to President Obama's rallies with loaded guns are called patriots.

    snip

    toking this irrational hatred for an amorphous enemy, the Marxist Communist Socialist Nazi President Obama, in an already frenzied, heavily armed mob, is obviously not a good thing. First, it eliminates the possibility of rational conversation about some critical issues like health care and the environment. Second, it's extremely dangerous and irresponsible. If people like Kitty and Beck keep telling people Obama wants to take their guns, and he's Hitler, and he's changing America, and also there may be FEMA camps, and his health care plan is actually death panels, one of their unstable listeners is going to snap.

    Of course, then Kitty and Beck will hide behind the same First Amendment rights many Republicans didn't grant liberals when they tried to protest Bush's illegal wars. This is the current state of things: Republicans protest health care for all. Democrats protest illegal wars. C'est la vie.

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  • psyscowasp

    psyscowasp

    March 10, 2015, 2:48 pm

    I played at the Bellagio (continuous shuffle) when I was last in Vegas and made 400 dollars in a night by doing what I feel was a simple counting strategy. Rather than track long-term (which is pointless against a machine) I just watched for short term trends at a full table. A single hand with 6 players and only 1-2 face cards and I raised my bet.

    I know that won't get me gambling for a living, but it seemed to pay off in the short term quite nicely. I hit big a few times betting 5x the minimum when things looked good. What are your thoughts on playing in this manner? Is it a viable 'weekend' strategy? I was pretty close to paying for my Vegas trip that time around, and I'd love to get over that last little hump and travel for free.

    Also, what do you find the odds to be of getting a good shoe vs. a bad?

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  • pavel_lishin

    pavel_lishin

    March 10, 2015, 3:30 pm

    > If you are going to build a big business on top of some software, you'll want to make sure it's up to the task. It could be worth the time to try out a few solutions and play around with the code to get a feeling for how things fit together.

    Too true. I've a developer, and in several projects I rushed into selecting software that I thought would work, but ended up not being quite the correct fit. Spending a month to truly make sure you've got what you need is worth it. It's like the old proverb about having six hours to chop down a tree, and using five of those hours to sharpen your axe.

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  • catsfive

    catsfive

    March 11, 2015, 12:12 am

    Back in 1789, militias had already been used to repulse foreign governments. But I digress. The real question is: Are guns the best way to fight the government? Once "they" come and "take away" your guns (from under your pillow or tucked away in the new "vag holster"—the *ultimate* in concealment!), then what? The fact that none of you want to face is that GUNS ARE USELESS AGAINST THIS GOVERNMENT. This government can kill you—all of you—without laying a finger on you. No black helicopters or green trucks to come take away anything. What scares them? Your banks are empty. Your currency is losing respect (and being dumped as quietly as possible) around the world. Your jobs are disappearing. Your education (as is so clearly being demonstrated here) doesn't qualify any of you to work (or think) beyond those disappearing jobs. Wake up. Keep your guns for all I care but—WTFU before you all end up as Wal-Mart greeters or security guards at their guarded compounds.

    What scares the government? SUNLIGHT. Don't let them get away with this shit. Join the others who are fighting for transparency and accountability in Congress. THOSE are the only bullets you have. Wake. Up.

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  • mr_dbr

    mr_dbr

    March 10, 2015, 7:46 pm

    Rakefile I use to run PyFlakes/PEP8.py/nosetest (and has a PyLint option, although it doesn't run by default):

    # PyLint/PEP8 messages to disable

    pylint_disable = ["R0903", "C0103", "R0903", "F0401", "C0301"].join(",")

    pep8_disable = ["E501"].join(",")

    task :default => [:pep8, :pyflakes, :test]

    # Displays a the width of standard terminal, with text at end

    def title(text)

    padding = "#" * (79 - (text.length + 1))

    puts "#{padding} #{text}"

    end

    desc "Removes .pyc files"

    task :clean do

    `rm *.pyc`

    `rm */*.pyc`

    end

    desc "Checks code for PEP8 compliance"

    task :pep8 do

    title("pep8.py")

    puts `python tools/pep8.py --ignore=#{pep8_disable} --repeat *.py tests/*.py`

    end

    desc "Lints the code with PyFlakes"

    task :pyflakes do

    title("PyFlake")

    puts `pyflakes .`

    end

    desc "Lints code with PyLint"

    task :pylint do

    title("PyLint")

    puts `pylint --reports=n --disable-msg=#{pylint_disable} *.py tests/*.py`

    end

    desc "Runs unit tests using nosetests"

    task :test do

    title("Unit tests")

    puts `nosetests`

    end

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  • daemin

    daemin

    March 11, 2015, 2:22 am

    That is sort of right, but the thing is you don't know which situation you are in. There are only two values. But you only know what one value is. Hence there are two possibilities for the other value.

    In case 2, you know what both value are.

    The wording of the statement isn't clear, so its reasonable to assume in case 1 that you are always given an envelope with $100 in it, and the other envelope has either $50 or $200, and which way it is varies from round to round. If it varies randomly, with a %50 chance of going either way, then averaged over multiple runs, you get a net gain.

    In case 2, the envelopes always contain $100 and $200, so there is no wriggle room to think the values change round to round, hence it comes out as a wash.

    If its the case that in case 1, you're given a $100 envelope and the other envelope always contains $50, or always contains $200, then its just an instance of case 2 with different values.

    Its the fact that in case one only 1 value is specified that muddies the waters, which allows different assumptions and leads to the different result.

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  • Mittz

    Mittz

    March 11, 2015, 1:44 am

    In High school.

    My friends and I used to skateboard. I was the only one with a video camera so I got the responsibly of filming on the days we went out.

    As I researched into camera's and ways of shooting skateboarding I watched a movie called 'Yeah Right', its a skate film by Spike Jonze. Seeing that he had made other films I went down to the video store to check them out.

    Adaptation was one of those films. After watching that film I knew what I could do with all the ideas and antidotes I had in my head. I would tell them through film.

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  • gtnmkv

    gtnmkv

    March 11, 2015, 6:17 am

    the family down the street from me inherited their parents house and the mortgage was PAID off. They proceeded to HELOC and REFI the house until it had $300,000 in debt attached to it. It was foreclosed on and they had to leave.

    What do you, or I, owe this family? Please keep in mind that the house will probably sell at a 40%-50% loss, the 1st and 2nd mortgage holders will book the loss and you and I will pay for it through higher fees, interest on reserves, subpar economic growth, etc.

    If you had gone to these people in 2006 and actively tried to block their refinance activity, they would have raised hell against you. They were living the high life and were not to be denied.

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  • shoutwire2007

    shoutwire2007

    March 11, 2015, 6:38 am

    Are you suggesting that the reason Israel doesn't want Iran to have a bomb is because there would be a threat of Iran using it against them in retalition? If this is what you are suggesting, then I agree with you. But the only way Iran would use one is if Israel or the U.S. used one against Iran.

    This is why the plutonomy don't want Iran to have the bomb. It seriously hinders them in meddling in Middle East affairs, which they have been doing for over 50 years, perhaps significantly longer.

    Also, I will reiterate my point. Israel always claims defence, but they have been caught in lies so many times that they don't have any credibility left. The only credibility they have is in the unquestioning mainstream media of the U.S., Canada, U.K., and Israel and the power of their military.

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  • Fauropitotto

    Fauropitotto

    March 10, 2015, 11:15 pm

    >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!

    Actually, her sense of surprise and joy she experienced in her vision was probably her realization that the vision is coming true. There was no way for her to affect the sex of a child in the way that the MainFBIGuy could affect the investigation.

    The whole trouble everyone is facing is, "what if it comes true?"

    And indeed, for that woman, it did. Thus her joy.

    I think that your "hole" is not really a hole at all. It still stands strong.

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  • MikeLinPA

    MikeLinPA

    March 10, 2015, 8:24 pm

    Gun problem? I meant gun problems.

    Criminals with guns. School shootings. Criminals with guns. Workplace shootings. Criminals with guns. Random shootings. Criminals with guns. Domestic shootings. Criminals with guns. Accidental shootings. Criminals with guns. Stolen guns. Criminals with guns. Unregistered handguns. Criminals with guns. Straw purchases of guns. Did I mention criminals with guns?

    We have gang wars killing innocent children in their homes with stray bullets. We have cops getting shot in routine traffic stops. We have convenient store clerks getting shot for $25 in the till. We have people shooting other people when they get angry or frustrated. Is that enough gun problems?

    I agree with what you said about capitalism. All the illegal guns are coming from somewhere. Someone is manufacturing them and not caring where they are going. That gun used in a holdup didn't make itself. Are the gun manufacturers being held responsible for where the guns end up? They can't possibly all be stolen guns.

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  • threwitaway

    threwitaway

    March 10, 2015, 5:25 pm

    > did you use margin?

    yep. sigh.

    > what was it like getting your first margin call?

    > what is the most you lost? in the quickest time?

    I never got an actual margin call, my broker calculates margin requirements intraday and will liquidate you when you run out of margin. one time I got a warning pop up that I was about to get liquidated, and I had to puke out positions. I think that was the day the house rejected the first bailout bill and the dow dropped ~10%. I think I lost over 10k that day, which is the most at one time.

    > did you ever hold a position overnight?

    hah. yes. I held insane futures positions overnight frequently. there was no logic to it whatsoever.

    > did you use yahoo finance message boards for advice?

    I started to type "no" because y!finance boards are filled with morons that don't understand anything about the markets, until I realized I actually did frequently go there to look for comments that were favorable to my positions, which would make me feel better, even though it was completely immaterial to the real world.

    > did you have formal training? a mentor? did you at least read a book?

    no. I'm usually pretty cynical about day trading.

    > was the 100K money that you afforded to lose?

    sort of. I'm not broke, but it was a significant enough chunk of my net worth to seriously change my financial habits. I shy away from any large discretionary spending. I never spend much money in the first place, so it's really just a loss of future savings.

    > what was the original sum of money that you put in your account?

    I kept putting more money in. I had about 50k to start, and in net added about 100k over those months.

    > did this ruin your family/relationship? surely you have money somehow to keep going with life, no?

    nobody knows and I intend to keep it that way, because telling people will do me no good. it's a little hard because I do pretty well as far as my real job, but since I lost so much of my savings I now live significantly below my current means. I am single though, so that helps. I generally managed to keep all of the anger, stress, and depression bottled up, and I was relatively introverted to begin with.

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  • mthmchris

    mthmchris

    March 10, 2015, 4:44 pm

    > "Wait WTF did you just say Senator? The Senate health care bill has 485 billion in subsides for the insurance companies! Thats over half the cost of the whole fucking bill. This shit bill is nothing but a give away to the health insurers. F U C K ! ! !"

    ...

    >If you want something different, burn washington to the ground.

    ...

    >Barack Obama doesn't have the balls to maintain social institutions.

    ...

    >The Senate bills are not reform.

    Single payer universal is reform.

    ... when people make childish comments, I reserve the right to be a smug know-it-all.

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  • Glissa

    Glissa

    March 10, 2015, 7:34 pm

    >"Your boss is too coked out to care that your last table left without paying and expects you to cover the bill out of your tips, unless you want to blow him and/or wear nothing but your server apron while he snorts blow off your tits as you whisper restaurant lingo like "on the fly" and "86" into his ear in the sluttiest voice you can muster."

    >"Ahhh, the joy of the on-the-go blowjob in dry storage--and while we're on the subject, I'd like to give a shout-out to Ryan L., who gave me one of the best rolls in the hay I've ever had against the cold, hard steel of the liquor cage while a table of 14 hags from the Red Hat Society became increasingly incensed about the tardiness of their coffee refills."

    >"Selling insurance is akin to...well, to hydrating my contact lenses with hydrochloric acid or shaving my nutsack with a dull, rusty garden implement."

    Gender Confusion much?

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  • DearBurt

    DearBurt

    March 11, 2015, 7:41 am

    I'd like to write my own name, which reminds me of a great story about Lyndon B. Johnson ...

    One day, while hosting a slew of reporters on his Texas ranch, LBJ takes them for a ride and stops on a hillside. It's was a beautiful view of the land, and the president told them that this exact location is where he wants to be buried. As everyone is taking in the view, LBJ unzips his pants and proceeds to piss. He then turns to the baffled crowd of journalists, smiles and says, "How many people do you know who've pissed on their own grave?"

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