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  • itsjibba

    itsjibba

    March 11, 2015, 3:54 am

    If you drive an armored truck you have a right to carry at all times. If you run a convenience store in a bad neighborhood you have a right to keep a shotgun under the counter. If you're going to a bar for a drink, the public's desire to not have drunk people running around armed overrides your right to be armed.

    As for people who walk down the street sober with pistols holstered, I don't necessarily believe that they should be prevented from doing this if their state deems it legal -- the constitution gives states wide latitude in allowing for stupid carry laws. I would argue, however, that those people are making society far more dangerous, and are acting recklessly.

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  • aparadja

    aparadja

    March 10, 2015, 11:18 am

    I originally considered navigation, but quickly dropped it because there is nowhere to navigate to. The point of the service is simply to convert uploaded images. Of course, I could remove the grid of previously converted images from the front page.

    And as for removing ads, I'm split two ways. Designwise, I would remove them immediately. Economywise, I simply have to optimize profits. My earnings went up when I added the lower big ad, even though the ads are generally hideous. But as I said, this is not a portfolio site, or something I use to promote other services with. Just a a stand-alone microincome generator. Kind of like a mmorpg character; it's fun to track the increasing numbers.

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  • matts2

    matts2

    March 11, 2015, 9:39 am

    >You have a poor understanding of libertarians who believe you should protect children.

    Unlike others? Seriously, rather than talking about my understanding how about your speak to the issue. Ron Paul has supporting a bill that would directly result in a re-imposition of forced prayer in public schools. And libertarians do strongly tend to oppose all workplace laws, including child labor.

    >There wouldn't be child labor as most libertarians protect the idea of rights.

    Including their right to work for $1 an hour.

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  • johnkelly00

    johnkelly00

    March 10, 2015, 9:34 am

    I suffer from the same problem. Here's the top 5 things that work for me:

    1. Set realistic goals. If the goal is too large, it becomes intagible and your subconcious will not keep you moving towards it. Set discrete, definable goals.

    2. Set realistic target dates / times. If your goals are too far out in the future, you will procrastinate. Human nature 101. Bite off small chunks and get them accomplished in a quick time frame.

    You know what? I'll finish this up after a bit. I'm going to go browse the Gaming sub-reddit.

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  • threwitaway

    threwitaway

    March 10, 2015, 10:19 pm

    > How much was that 100k compared to your overall net worth?

    not sure what it was at the time, but between a third and a half.

    > What got you into it?

    greed

    > Did you follow any kind of methodology?

    no. I was doing this mostly at work, which made it difficult to follow any sort of system, since I'd have to leave for a meeting every now and then or something like that. which just makes the whole ordeal sound that much more mind-numbingly stupid.

    > How much studying did you do before you got began doing it for real?

    Would you try it again?

    none. would I try it again? I shouldn't. but I probably will. hopefully with a much bigger cash cushion underneath me.

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  • fark0

    fark0

    March 10, 2015, 2:33 pm

    Hold on a second. I have to google FUD.

    --

    This has nothing to do with reasonable alternatives or even healthcare. This has to do with the partisan 'religion'. Grayson was going to squash the "fear, uncertainty, and doubt" by claiming that Republicans want some portion of the population to die?

    No. Grayson was going to align his faction of this perverse religion against the other by using specific keywords and he knew it.

    General Washington said this regarding parties in 1796 during his farewell speech:

    >All obstructions to the execution of the laws, all combinations and associations, under whatever plausible character, with the real design to direct, control, counteract, or awe the regular deliberation and action of the constituted authorities, are destructive of this fundamental principle, and of fatal tendency. **They serve to organize faction, to give it an artificial and extraordinary force; to put, in the place of the delegated will of the nation the will of a party, often a small but artful and enterprising minority of the community; and, according to the alternate triumphs of different parties, to make the public administration the mirror of the ill-concerted and incongruous projects of faction**, rather than the organ of consistent and wholesome plans digested by common counsels and modified by mutual interests.

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  • 65kerensky

    65kerensky

    March 10, 2015, 9:06 am

    it really depends on what you are shipping and what reasons you give and the costs as outlined on the invoices.

    If you claim it's a "gift" but are paying taxes and sending thousands of dollars through the system, the auditors will know its not a gift and mark it as such.

    Also, each time we have to find additional forms and such for your packages because you didnt send them (im not saying you did, Im speaking in generalities) it adds to the tab. I am specifically talking about Certificates of Origin, Power of Attorney, SEDs, Hazmat Declarations.

    If you make it easy for brokerage to audit your package, then the fees will be minimal

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  • locuester

    locuester

    March 10, 2015, 1:11 pm

    Let's say a trader finds a website with valuable information on it, and wants it scraped and put into some spreadsheet or application grid.

    Someone could write a daily/hourly/minutely program that scrapes said website and sticks it in some database somewhere. Then make a spreadsheet to view said data in a quick way, or an app to display it in a grid or something. Maybe flash on value changes, etc...

    The trader does NOT care about it being pretty, bug-free, or interesting. The trader wants the application to provide him with data that will make him money, and to be functional.

    If the prototype is accepted - the primary problem that you run into is that it quickly spreads across the trading floor and suddenly is expected to be fully supported and more useful within days. This is where the trouble starts.

    The application is probably using a development database, running buggy code, and not supported by any group within the organization. At that time it's escalated and assigned a team (hopefully) to take it fully to market ASAP.

    tl;dr: You write a useful app really fast to prove its worth

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  • savoir_fate

    savoir_fate

    March 10, 2015, 12:26 pm

    We’ve been through this before:

    The best teachers go to work at schools where they feel safe. Schools with a higher non-white population tend to have increased violence. As a result, no one wants to work there.

    Additionally, there is a cultural draw to unrealistic non-academic career pursuits with certain cultures. If you take a classroom poll of desired career paths, many of the non-white male students will insist that they are going to be ‘hip-hop stars’, or athletes, whereas the females will want to be athletes of will have no desired career. Educational pursuits are held in disdain. Classroom etiquette and decorum are often non-existent, and discipline cannot be implemented without a massive parental backlash. The sad truth is that much of the poor academic performance is a byproduct of home-taught cultural ideals.

    So, what do we do? Who wants to be the politician that commits career suicide by stating that this is a problem? How do you state this issue without sounding racist, or biased? The issue needs to be addressed outside of the classroom, as well as, inside. The media needs to stop glamorizing hip hop musicians…The depiction of easy money, expensive cars, and a harem of attractive sex servants isn’t helping anyone. Placing football and basketball players on a pedestal, and above the law, is creating a false idol. The statistical odds of an average student becoming a sports star, or going platinum is nearly astronomical.

    I guess, what I am trying to say is that it is easy to just point fingers and insist that the system isn’t doing enough, however; there are some really difficult underlying cultural issues that play a huge role in academic performance.

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  • bnolsen

    bnolsen

    March 10, 2015, 10:29 am

    For the x87 FPU doubles are faster than floats. Tested this on athlon64 and also on core2 architecture a few years ago (64bit os of course).

    The author mentioned int64_t only to describe what relative precision can be obtained in the solar system. I don't think he was necessarily advocating it for use in a game, although it might be advisable for something space related.

    One thing about double precision:

    It's easy to use and write up algorithms without too much worry about fiddling around with type translation.

    The math works in the earth domain. You can do math with subtractions and divisions and still maintain cm level precision on the earth's surface. And yes, this includes rotational computations using the origin.

    What techniques he suggests are good for platform optimization and tuning. But for actual hacking up/proof of concept stuff I'd rather do it first with double precision as the reference implementation.

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  • whichcraft

    whichcraft

    March 10, 2015, 10:23 am

    Ok, this was a while ago so I have forgotten most of the details, but here goes anyways.

    I decide I want to go hunting (I have never been before), so I head out to a game preserve. I decide I'm up for a challenge so I ask the guides/receptionist person what are some of the more challenging things to hunt. She mentions bears and things like that, but I am unimpressed. I want something *really* challenging. She leans in and whispers "Are you sure?" I reply "Hell yes!". She takes me into a back room. There is a large cage, covered with a cloth and bolted to the ground yet still shaking violently. She asks me if I'm ready for what she is about to show me. Then the cover falls off the cage, and inside is... *sasquatch*. Like ten feet tall and pissed as hell. I head back into the other room to get a gun, and choose a big ass 50 cal sniper rifle. I head back into the secret room and the lady gives me a run down of what is going to happen. They will release sasquatch somewhere on the preserve. I absolutely must kill him before he leaves the preserve, or else bad things will happen.

    Cut to the hunt. I'm concealed on a hilltop grove with a small hunting party. Sasquatch is down the hill among some trees, I have him dialed in with my humongous rifle. Crosshairs on his chest.

    I wait.

    "Pull the trigger, dammit!"

    I hesitate.

    "Shoot! He'll kill people if you don't!"

    I can't.

    Sasquatch disappears.

    We find his trail later, off the preserve. He demolished an entire sporting goods store. Oh the horror! We were too late.

    Sasquatch has fled to the Canadian border. We find a trail of carnage and slaughtered Mexican immigrants along the Canadian border. Someone in my group laments "But they made such delicious sour cream!" I agree. As the smell of sour cream and the stench of rotting flesh burned my nostrils, I decided this atrocity must be avenged. Nothing should kill such peaceful sour cream-making immigrants, and this guilt is on my shoulders, because I unleashed this thing.

    End.

    Also, waaayyyy back when I was maybe 5, I drop-kicked a vampire through my back door. It was pretty badass for a munchkin like I was.

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  • wyo

    wyo

    March 11, 2015, 5:55 am

    > The default assumption usually is, and should always be, that you can use what you have.

    It is completely normal, and should always be, that any assets whose status is in dispute should be frozen until their status is clarified. Often, the court will act as custodian of the assets and allow the defendant to spend money from the accounts/assets by proxy, though none of the actual assets are sold off. If the defendant wins, the assets are liquidated to pay the IOUs. If they lose, then they have to find some other way to cover the bills.

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  • radical_heartbeat

    radical_heartbeat

    March 10, 2015, 9:22 am

    I worked at a turkey farm in high school, one of those larger factory farms. The place was run by really nice people but the work itself could be disturbing at times. Tens of thousands of birds were packed into these huge long buildings and because there were so many you were bound to see weird stuff.

    If a bird had any noticeable feature on it like a dark patch of feathers or a tumor, then the other birds would peck it to death. You would see these miserable creatures with all of their feathers pecked off and the only thing to do was kill them yourself. You would either swing them hard against the wall or hold their feet in one hand, their head in the other, and stretch their neck until it was dead.

    Baby birds had the highest mortality rate so you had to go around collecting the dead ones with a 5-gallon pail. The pails would sit around for a few days until the rendering guy came by to pick them up. When you dumped out a full bucket the birds on the bottom were basically liquefied. One time I accidentally dumped a bucket out all over my arm and started puking.

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  • ohashi

    ohashi

    March 10, 2015, 9:45 pm

    I've done both. The mindless stuff... unless you're really driven to do it for the money and have a real plan normally doesn't pan out. You can arbitrage traffic and get SERPs, but to become a really successful blog you need to do something you love... or at least have a lot of expertise in.

    I would try starting a soccer blog, get a feel for how it works doing something you enjoy. If you see some of your strategies working perhaps you can scale to couple other topics, maybe find something worthwhile and somewhat related (maybe sports betting for example).

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  • alllie

    alllie

    March 11, 2015, 1:32 am

    But when you look at almost any subreddit now you see that there are few submissions on the "new" page. Clearly you have to be allowed to post now. Or 99.99% of everyone is being caught by the "filter", aka "censorship bot".

    I submit something and it never shows up on the new page, but when I look on that page I see almost nothing is there. And it varies. Usually the politics subreddit allows maybe 4 submissions an hour. But right now there are 56 submissions with an hour or less since submission. Probably normal. But often there are maybe 4, clearly the rest have been censored.

    Conde Nast owns reddit. They can do what they want. I know there is no way that I have any say about how they run reddit. But this pretending it is a spam filter doing it, that just doesn't make any sense. There are a lot of people, smart people, long time users, who don't buy it.

    I just want to share articles I find interesting. And now I can't.

    The censorship is very sad to me because I loved reddit. And I don't really see anyplace else to go. That is probably why management is doing it, cause they know, so far, there isn't any place else to go.

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  • stumo

    stumo

    March 10, 2015, 10:25 pm

    > Research by historians indicates the Cerne Abbas Giant was put there in the 17th century by a landowner named Holles, as an insult to Oliver Cromwell.

    Historian, single. Most think it older. Just because there were no earlier written records does not mean that was the time it was made. And the purported purpose, a mockery of Cromwell, is very weak.

    I lean more toward a Saxon rendition of Heracles. It looks like what would be expected of Heracles, especially with the cape and club. I have no idea why Cromwell would be naked, with a cape, and waving a club, nor why a local landowner would make something this big without labelling it or something. Also, why are there no records indicating that he had done this (aside from a single eighteenth century opinion)? And why do the records show "repaireing of the Giant" rather than calling it Cromwell? That shows that in local terms, it was known as The Giant, not as "The Cromwell".

    EDIT - also, the existence of an iron-age earthwork (the "Trendle") just above the giant's head indicate ritualistic use, and the actual age of the drawing.

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  • friendless

    friendless

    March 10, 2015, 7:12 pm

    When I was a senior in high school, my friend who recently moved to Israel and her friends invited me to go to a comedy club that didn't check for ID. One of her friends had never drank before and ended up getting shitfaced. She got kicked out of the club and my Israeli friend helped her out onto the street. While they were out there, her drunk friend passed out into the street, hitting her head pretty hard (she had a huge scrape on her forehead for a long time.) People started to gather and were going to call them an ambulance. At this same moment, my boyfriend and his friend were walking around the corner also drunk, trying to sober up. They saw my drunk friends and my boyfriend decided to help them instead of letting them get in trouble. He and his friend (who was an EMT) took them to my boyfriend's apartment. That was where I met him, in his apartment. The drunk girl and his friend started dating, and we started dating a few months after that.

    He has been my only boyfriend, my first kiss, my first and pretty much only everything (making out with female strippers doesn't count, right?). We have been together for six years.

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  • listentothis30

    listentothis30

    March 11, 2015, 7:55 am

    Ha - right. I did think this was a prank of the highest order when I got the call, until I spoke to Arizona Child Services. I should mention that the person I spoke with at Child Services said that other men had actually spoke to children, and that the people trying to get DNA samples/signatures to release the children wanted to sell one child in question to a couple in Singapore.

    What's weird is I spoke to three - different - girls to get to a conversation about my "child". When I denied it one girl on the other end got forceful and said - "No, the other fathers named were tested and failed, this child has all of these features of yours so you should really get a DNA sample sent to us right away."

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  • badatlife

    badatlife

    March 11, 2015, 6:14 am

    a bit late, but i've been considering suicide and figured why not use this as a way to vent: i'm 22 years old, have a drinking problem, am out of school living with my parents, and have simply lost the will to do anything. i have no confidence or love from myself, and my parents, being frantic about their stupid son can only express their love and concern for me in angry outbursts. my father had a heart attack last year and it may as well be becasue of the amount of stress i cause my family. i go back and forth every day wondering whether my death will make their lives easier or if it wont. all i know is that right now they already feel horrible about their lives and im perpetuating this pain. i dont want anything for myself. ive always worried about fooling other people or making others happy and that has always meant i have nothing to show or care about when it comes to myself. wheni think of why not to, i think about a younger cousin that looks up to me, and i realize that im being a coward, but i can't love myself at home, i'd rather destroy myself... and on top of this, i dont do anything because i drink, its a stupid cycle you dont need to read more about, im pretty sure im breeding contempt in whoever reads this, i'm pathetic, but i dont want my life to affect my family i dont want to live. i wish i could sleep forever and never wake up because i dont think i will ever make the ones who care for me happy. all of my stupidity set aside, i'm grateful to have at least gotten that out.

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  • Mooshiga

    Mooshiga

    March 10, 2015, 8:28 am

    Calm down some asshole. You see, you are now relying on her cred as a Harvard Professor to back her statement. This is why her credibility as a lawyer and academic are important to her argument. You do not understand the poisoning the well fallacy, like a lot of people.

    Edit: Also, her run for Governor really confirms the crackpot theory.

    Read the opinion about why she was disbarred and try to reconcile it with this statement "“The disbarment by a kangaroo court was an effort to silence my criticism of the courts."

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  • masklinn

    masklinn

    March 11, 2015, 12:36 am

    > It is nice to name my variables what I want (like I can in most every other language ever) and not have to worry about having collisions with function names.

    Functions are bound to names as are all other objects, and they're manipulated the same way (or should be). There is no difference, therefore no need for a separate language-level namespace.

    > Do you like naming lists "lst"?

    I name my objects according to their usage. Unless it's a one-off shell-type script maybe. Therefore, I never need to name my lists `lst` in the first place. Even the most general "I have no idea how to name that fucking collection" will yield something along the line of "items", not "list".

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  • Pendin

    Pendin

    March 10, 2015, 10:54 pm

    How come you don't treat my unpopular opinion with respect?

    How about this: as a father, and as an uncle of a severely mentally retarded child, I find the OP's argument to be extreme to the point of not warranting me making an argument against him. Statements like "I just don't see how my life would be better" in reference to the very low probability that your kid will be born with a disability so severe as to require institutionalization, betrays a comlpete misunderstanding of the point of being a parent: i.e. that it's not about you, it's about your kid. Perhaps his GF senses this and wonders even if our kid is perfect, is Sliverlizard going to go drown our infant in the backyard the first time he pukes up his formula?

    Other people said all this more eloquently. I didnt have the energy... so I made a mild ad hom attack which I feel totally justified in making. Since we have both been on Reddit about the same amount of time, let me ask you, don't you get sick of reading the endless "this place is becoming just like Digg" statement? Maybe when someone makes a well thought out response on Digg, someone critiques them about how this place is becoming just like Reddit?

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  • smoooooov

    smoooooov

    March 11, 2015, 7:16 am

    I still can't figure out if you were attempting to troll Howard_Beale, trying to make a joke of your own, or are really that incapable of abstract thought.

    Let me explain it for you: Howard_Beale was using Redditt Avenue as a tangible substitute for reddit.com. His(?) whole point was that were reddit.com a road somewhere, one would take hours to traverse said road--an allusion to the amount of time many people seem to pass browsing Reddit (the website). The fact that Redditt Ave is "only 1.51 miles long" actually adds to the illustration. It shouldn't take anywhere near that long to pass through, but damn if it often doesn't.

    Get it now?

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  • theMethod

    theMethod

    March 11, 2015, 4:25 am

    I checked the installer log after it failed. I can't remember the error it gave me at the moment, but I did google the error code - which turned up no results.

    Its just strange that I have seen this error happen on various support threads (just google something like OS X cannot be installed on this hard drive) but everyone has some reason for it failing. Using 3rd party encryption software, using your hard drive for Time Machine backups, or having multiple OS's installed on at least 2 partitions have been the reasons for most of the problems. I have none of these and none of the workarounds/fixes have fixed it for me... weird.

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  • whatireallythink

    whatireallythink

    March 10, 2015, 2:34 pm

    I don't think this would work for any sizeable portion of unemployed reddit, but it's an idea I just had that I like.

    When I'm at work dicking around reddit, I frequently come across articles that I want to read, but just don't have the time to sit and not work for that long. A big factor in my idea would be the willingness of various websites to assimilate the concept. I want there to be an audio version of every article. This would make it much easier to get the information while I work!! People could read the articles aloud, record it, and sell it to websites for them to have available to everybody. This would preferably be in a format that cell phones could access. I suppose they could inject small audio ads into the longer articles.

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  • ytinas

    ytinas

    March 10, 2015, 9:33 am

    Scheme has restarts as an add-on and I still haven't figured out how to make condition-singalling programs present restart options in a REPL. As for continuations, they're cool to be sure but what would you do with them? The main thing I can think of is a condition system.... :)

    I was pointing out with my first post that he in fact *isn't* completely rejecting common lisp. He's rejecting parts of it, but luckily it's big. And if you don't like the naming of the other things then you can take advantage of the very nice (underrated in fact) package system it has. Worth the effort just for the hand full of things I've mentioned.

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  • workingsmart

    workingsmart

    March 10, 2015, 9:15 am

    Straw-man whitewashing propaganda. I swear, the editors at wsj must be psychologists. Hank Paulson could have **paid** for this article and it couldn't be more biased towards him.

    Synopsis: Hank Paulson is a good guy because all he did was lie to the american people to save the economy like 'honest abe' Lincoln

    **Bullshit.** Hank Paulson **isn't a bad guy for lying. Hank Paulson is a bad guy because he used his position to help out his best buddies at Goldman Sachs and the other banks selling out the people of this country.**

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  • PoopMagruder

    PoopMagruder

    March 10, 2015, 3:28 pm

    I took an advanced calculus class in college. Twenty people. I'm pretty good in math, I majored in it. So every day I would speak up as soon as I got lost. I was the only one in the class who did.

    Every day, I would stop the professor, feeling increasingly embarassed, and ask her to back up to ten minutes prior when she had started a given problem. Sometimes I would openly apologize for interrupting and would offer to meet her after class so I wouldn't hold everyone else up. No one else said a word, ever. I felt like a complete moron, but stuck with it.

    I set the curve in that class. I got a 4.0. Everyone else in there, who I had thought were on top of things, were largely clueless and apparently had counted on me to speak up.

    I've been in the professional adult world for over a decade now.

    This is how most of the world operates, in all manner of circumstances. They don't know more, they don't know better, they're simply too concerned with otjher's perceptions to admit what they don't know.

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