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  • jackrednur

    jackrednur

    March 10, 2015, 1:36 pm

    You can't go wrong with the PS3, as it's a reliable machine that has recently had a significant drop in price, and plays blu-ray DVD's. I had two Xbox 360's, but they've both failed on me at some point and I wouldn't recommend it, simply because you might avoid a future migraine with it's faulty design.

    As for games, I think everyone here will agree that the Orange Box for the PC is definitely the way to go. Half Life 2, and Episodes 1 and 2, are impeccably designed masterpieces, truly immersive and simply fun to play. But if FPS action/adventure games aren't your cup of tea, you'll also have Portal. . .an infinitely enjoyable, wickedly humorous first-person puzzle game that's brilliantly inventive, and Team-Fortress, a layered, multiplayer shooter that apparently Reddit is somewhat fond of...

    All in all, it's an excellent package that is certainly worth the...what? I think it's going for like 20 dollars now.

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  • cluelessfriend

    cluelessfriend

    March 10, 2015, 8:41 pm

    I doubt it. They live in two different cities, he can't just stalk her. He hasn't called her for over 3months, I told him to get his cellphone record in case this can help him in court. He told me he hadn't emailed her or contact her through internet since that event, and I believe him, because he had been so busy with job hunting and school works, and when he's not busy, he would hang out with me.

    He might've emailed her a lot 6 months ago when she turned him down, but I don't understand why she'd seek the restraining order now just because he found a job in her city (and her city is huge).

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  • sprucegoose74

    sprucegoose74

    March 10, 2015, 8:44 pm

    A couple years back, (when I was in middle school) I was hanging out at my friend's house who lived down the street next to the local YMCA. This was the first time I had ever been to his house in the several years I had known him. He was always talking about how his house was haunted, but nothing really ever happened unless "strange people" were there. I didn't believe him. I was staying the night, so he pulled out the sleeping bags, and we were gonna crash on the fold-out bed in his living room. We sat there for several hours, playing video games long after his parents went to sleep. We were just about to go to bed, right before 12:00. We turned off the TV a couple minutes before his VCR clock said it would be 12:00. His dog charlie was also up on the bed with us, sleeping. You knew he was sleeping cause he was sprawled out, upside down with his belly in the air, and his paws all curled up. He wasn't a very big dog. A Dachshund mix. Anyways, i was watching the clock in the darkness. And as soon as the clock changed to 12:00, Charlie started growling. He flipped over and looked at me, straight in the eye. All i could see was the little yellow glint animals eyes made. The growling got louder and louder, and he barked, which woke my friend up. He then pounced on my chest and bit my arm. I freaked the hell out and screamed. My friend was yelling for him to stop, and hit him in the head a couple times. The dog stopped attacking me, and immediately turned his attention to my friend. He was jumping around trying to bite him on this crappy pull out bed. A couple second later, his dad came running out and flipped on the lights. He ran over and picked the dog up, and tried to get him to stop. He bit my friends dad, so he threw Charlie down, and he hit against a low coffee table. After the blow to the ribs, he immediately stopped, and started wagging his tail with his mouth open, tongue hanging out. We all kinda stared at him for a minute while he casually looked around at us. We had no idea what had happened. Eventually, his dad went back to bed, put the dog outside, and we tried to go back to sleep in out sleeping bags. We left the light on, so it was a little hard to sleep. But while we were laying there a few minutes after it had happened, maggots started streaming out of the mattress. We looked at each other, and ran into his bedroom. We didn't sleep the rest of the night. I will never forget his house.

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  • poubelle

    poubelle

    March 11, 2015, 1:59 am

    OK, serious answer.

    Yes. I have disconcerting moments of unreality... well, I won't say often, but with some regularity I guess. Basically I'm just doing my thing, whatever that might be at the moment, and I'll have this *whoom* feeling like my head just flipped inside out, and I'll feel really disconnected for a moment. All the air feels sucked out of the room. It lasts less than a minute, maybe even just 15 seconds. (It's, understandably, a little hard to estimate.)

    The sensation is like a throbbing mental reverberation. Say you give a pendulum a little push, then you watch it kind of swing around a little, gradually circling less, then eventually coming to a stop? It feels a little like the mental equivalent of that. I find it unpleasantly dizzying and confusing and a bit scary; a friend who said she experiences this said she actually finds it enjoyable.

    I suspect it's something that most people experience, though most are incapable of identifying the nature of the sensation or articulating it to others. I even had a friend back in junior high who also said she experienced it: you can just be sitting on the toilet (a prime location for this mindfuck) and suddenly you're questioning whether or not you're real.

    For me, it's not a "what if I'm not really here?" kind of feeling, rather a bizarro *"is any of this real?"*

    Edit:

    Another comparison could be looking at one of those stereogram posters -- those nauseating abstract images from the early 1990s, with 3D objects that emerge visually when the eyes are unfocussed? Though it doesn't happen at will, the feeling is kind of similar: of stepping out of yourself, then falling back in, reintegrating body and mind.

    I suppose the clinical term for this experience is depersonalisation, but I don't consider it pathological at the level I experience it. Besides, it kind of makes sense: I think reality truly is fucked, and this would be an understandable (even understated) response to that. Look, we have enormous mental capacity yet actually know very very little about what the fuck life is or why the universe is here; we're just trudging around in these lumps of meat processing various sensory inputs and attempting to understand them. JUST EXISTING IS SUPER FUCKED UP.

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  • tsoldrin

    tsoldrin

    March 10, 2015, 2:08 pm

    Is it actually bothering you or causing some problems? If not, you could just let it be. My cats all seem to get a favorite place/spot/area for a while but then for some unknown reason decide that place is no longer 'cool' and will move on and find another location to hang out and do cat things ... until that place too becomes uncool.

    I think it is common for cat owners to let outside cats roam at will. Mine are free to come and go... and do so except in winter when it's super cold, then they spend the night inside.

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  • bluequail

    bluequail

    March 11, 2015, 9:02 am

    After the fiasco where he couldn't attend the event at her school, why on earth would he let her know that he was goign to that city for a job?

    Also, there aren't such things as whole city restraining orders. Is he taking a job where she works or goes to school? Otherwise I am sure as long as he stays at least a mile away from her, he will be fine - as far as the law goes. But out of a whole freaking country, why does he pursue a job in her city? We have a whole country here, it is huge. There are jobs everywhere...

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  • jmikola

    jmikola

    March 11, 2015, 8:48 am

    People promoting legality of abortion aren't encouraging everyone to abort their children, just as people on the other side aren't taking up every initiative to circumvent human deaths. Perhaps I'm whining about semantics, but loaded terms for either position doesn't help.

    What's being tossed around as a binary issue is at least a two-dimensional argument (even judging only by the comments in this post). There's disagreement over the time when abortion should be permitted (never to whenever) as well as justifiable cause (never to severe cases to arbitrary).

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  • powercow

    powercow

    March 10, 2015, 6:13 am

    no one expects the drug war to work.

    Lobbyists keep it going and i think the executive branch likes them being illegal.

    But know that the planes that go to mexico to spray the crops.. they like their lucrative contracts and lobby to keep them.

    the private prison industry lobbies cause they get paid per inmate.. so they like more and harsher laws.

    How can we fight multi billion dollar businesses when we make a median income of less than 50k a year.

    We dont have a republic.. we have a defacto facists state.

    the executive branch also likes to keep drugs illegal as shown by Reagan. Cause it lets them bypass the constittuion and congress controlling the purse strings and allows them to do black ops using drug money.. or to sell drugs to buy arms to sell to the Iranians so you can arm your contra terrorists.. somethign our forefathers would have disapproved of.

    we are really screwed when the facsists in congress are paid to keep it illegal and the executive branch wants to keep it illegal and wont sign anything making it legal.

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  • thehairedone

    thehairedone

    March 10, 2015, 11:48 am

    We're awful quick to make accusations and find people guilty, with absolutely 0 evidence, aren't we?

    I didn't make that wikipedia edit. And, I didn't check the history when I posted that I didn't see what you were talking about. Maybe some other Mormon in this thread did. I don't know. But either way, the right way to respond isn't to make wild unsubstantiated accusations and assume the worst of people, is it? Oh yeah, I guess it is. That's sort of what this whole reddit post is about, isn't it?

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  • jlt6666

    jlt6666

    March 10, 2015, 1:02 pm

    I think that you are leaving out one important factor (disregarding any ideas of fair play). The loss of trust in the stock market system. Once this sort of thing happens enough you will have an exodus of money from the system when the blatant manipulation of the market is known.

    >And in any case, this should only be problematic if, in the aggregate, these executives are causing the value of a stock to fall. If a director uses inside information to conduct trades, and those trades cause the value of the stock to rise, that director is only doing precisely what the shareholders elected him to do.

    Well, if this director is trading on non-public information then he is buying shares at lower prices than he would be buying at if the price were known. All the public and the stock holders know is that the price is rising for some reason but can't see the numbers/information that would cause this rise in price.

    There are two scenarios:

    1) The director withholds information (for a longer time than he would have otherwise) so that he can do some insider trading and profit:

    In other words the director is causing a *suppression* of price increase *temporarily* for his gain. People pulling money out of the company (think grandma's weekly 401(k) disbursement check) will have missed out on profits they should have had.

    2) The director acts on insider information that would not have been released until later (trade secrets or something of the sort):

    Here the director is *raising* the price of the stock and is hurting those buying into the stock (think weekly 401(k) contributions).

    The consequences of allowing both of these moves is that C-level executive moves become the signal of stock value giving C-level executives the power to manipulate the market so that they can profit by deceiving those in the market. (this would be theft by deception or "fraud").

    So for a concrete example:

    CEO gets fiscal quarter results. Sees profits are up. He buys a lot of stock. The market sees this and pushes the price way over what it should be. Individual A (let's call him Jim) buys some on margin). The CEO sees that this price is not justified and sells his shares.

    Jim just got tricked (another word for deceived) into thinking that the price was justified because he saw the CEO do it and knows that insider trading is common (because it's legal in your theoretical world). Now he's been wiped out.

    It's no different than selling a house that you know has major structural issues and not disclosing them to the seller.

    >By the same token, becoming an executive at a publicly traded might simply be regarded as the extraordinary cost of obtaining said information.

    Except that the executive has a fiduciary responsibility to the shareholders of the company since they are being paid to run the business.

    An analog of this would be letting a black jack dealer play a hand at a table. They can look at the dealer cards and decide what they want to do from there. If you were an owner of that casino you would call the cops and have the dealer arrested for theft.

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  • zimby

    zimby

    March 10, 2015, 7:19 am

    This happened to me when I went backpacking on the Appalachian Trail a few summers ago. We woke up early in the morning, got out of our tents, and there was dense mist all around us. About the time we had packed up the tents and started walking back to the main trail, we started hearing little kids laughing. I didn't react for a while because I thought I was hearing things, and because no one else seemed to notice. This line of kids and one parent come out of nowhere, walking diagonal to the trail, and keep laughing in this creepy way. This was early, early in the morning, on a mountain, relatively far from other human beings. One of the kids asks us, "Where are you going?" and someone in our group responds, "We're hiking on the Appalachian Trail." The kid says, "This isn't the Appalachian Trail!" and they start laughing again. They continued diagonal to the trail and disappeared into the mist again, but for the rest of the morning we could hear them laughing. It was pretty creepy.

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  • Pilebsa

    Pilebsa

    March 11, 2015, 7:53 am

    It's a shame I want to be anonymous. Otherwise I'd elaborate on my experience, honors and awards and you'd change the subject real quickly. So be it. You can disagree with me. I'm not that invested in this argument to bitch with a bunch of goofballs who probably hadn't discovered their penis by the time I sold the 100,000th copy of a piece of software I wrote.

    Anyway, I dug deeper into this particular issue and realize the OP isn't exactly accurate in his characterization of Drupal's operation. I actually wrote a CMS that stores template data in the database - I don't have a problem with that, but I'd be an idiot if I logged massive amounts of superfluous data in the same place with my critical content. You may disagree, and that's your choice. I suspect if we compared our sphere of design influence and success, things would not be equal.

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  • charyou

    charyou

    March 11, 2015, 5:53 am

    "I cannot call you a sucker of cocks, for instance, because you have no mouth and no cock. I cannot say you are viler than the vilest beggar who ever crawled the gutters of the lowest street in creation, because even such a creature is better than you; you have no knees on which to crawl, and would not fall upon them even if you did, for you have no conception of such a human flaw as mercy. I cannot even say you fucked your mother, because you had none."

    But I'm saving this one for when Skynet becomes self-aware.

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  • powarblasta5000

    powarblasta5000

    March 10, 2015, 9:55 pm

    I am way late with this comment, but once on a service project cleaning up a large cemetery I saw a grave that had a huge tree growing out of it. It was about 60 or so cm in diameter. The cemetery's director was right next to me, I pointed at it and say 'That man was a seed.' After she stopped laughing, she told me that this was actually really bad and the tree had to be removed. She was not sure how it had gone completely unnoticed for so many years and I think she was worried about getting in trouble.

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  • Vailhem

    Vailhem

    March 10, 2015, 4:38 pm

    disagree with that. Oil has a shitload to do with it. as Nacradude said, they're selling oil in Euros and Yen... and Dick Cheney's Enron buddies who are now tapping the wells, and building the oil infrastructure in Iraq, along with his Haliburton buddies, stand to make a ton of money 'rebuilding' Iran from their 'forcing' us to bomb their current infrastructure. Also, Iran sells their oil to use its profits to purchase fuel for its power plants (along with refined oil (read: gasoline and diesel)). If Iran has a sustainable nuclear infrastructure, they can then afford to import less fuel for these power plants, thus reinvesting their profits from the sale of oil. This allows them to do a number of threatening things with said profits: build a refining business, thus making them more independent as they would then no longer have to export their oil only to spend the profits importing gasoline as well as export refined fuel bringing in more profits; pay for imports of more uranium which they can refine, use in more nuclear power plants, power more centrifuges eventually allowing them to become an exporter of nuclear fuel, like Brazil is about to do, replace their natural gas power plants with nuclear power plants, allowing them to sell their natural gas for yet even more profits, allowing them to build more industry for yet more exports, and thus more profits.

    All of this would lower the price oil, as well as, if they continued doing this in Euro's, Yen, etc, allow other currencies to become stronger and establish themselves as not only effective replacements for USD(ollar) dominance as de facto currency for oil, but force the US into lesser control over, not only the Middle East, but the dominant currency on the planet, as well as forcing the US to begin to make good on the countless checks its written around the planet (in form of unbacked fiat dollars).

    I agree, oil isn't at the heart of what this is about, but it is the weapon used.

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  • waddupeverybody

    waddupeverybody

    March 10, 2015, 2:11 pm

    I'll explain. Card counting is statistics, your winning is based on math and the entire system is mathematically based. That said, you don't need to be a math wiz to be able to count cards. When I count, I am not doing complex calculations in my head. All I'm doing is, well, counting. What I mean when I say that it's math is that there is no emotion involved in it. I never ask myself, "should I hit or stand?" I always just know what to do which is what is mathematically correct. All of the calculations are done by computers so you personally don't need to be good at math.

    Make sense?

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  • wallrus

    wallrus

    March 10, 2015, 3:24 pm

    Not OP, but I work at a pizza place and moonlight as a driver..

    1. I'd say delivering to a train. Some engineer called in and stopped at a crossing for me.

    2. Only once.. a salad fell off my backseat onto the floor and I just scooped it back into the container.. It was for a bad customer anyway.

    3. Quite often.. Usually we just ask the manager if he's hungry/want to split something.

    4. Lots of regulars.. not too many 400+ though..

    5. Best tip I've ever heard was given to one of the other drivers: Drive fast, and take lots of chances.

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  • prototypist

    prototypist

    March 10, 2015, 11:56 pm

    I heard that they use USBs and DVDs to do this in Cuba. I purchased some stuff here and there, and used the dollars I got as change to buy it from a store. Means debit account, Amazon account, any kind of dollar serial tracking would pass me by.

    For writing on my side, I have one machine which is F/LOSS through-and-through. I assume someone could get in trouble for opening the content in Word or something on the other end, but they have plausible denyability / disconnected computer to read it with.

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  • RoastBeefOnChimp

    RoastBeefOnChimp

    March 10, 2015, 9:26 pm

    You're drawing wrong conclusions based on media caricatures and maybe your experience seeing trust-fund brats following jam bands around.

    Back then, it wasn't all like that, it was political too, though drugs and sexual freedom were motivations for a lot of kids to become hippies. The media reframed it to emphasize that part of the story and that's what it became eventually in the popular mind. Provocateurs, informants, systematic repression of politically-minded radicals, and the lack of organization on the part of the left didn't help. But I've met quite a few of the old radicals (Wobblies, Beats, ecologists, Diggers and others) and there's a lot richer tradition to build on than just crystals, dreadlocks, tantric fucking and the herb. Not that all of those are necessarily bad.

    One of the best ways to get the oligarchy off our backs is to quit supporting them in any way. That means connecting with neighbors, getting as far off the grid as we practically can, and putting our money where it is of no use to the likes of Goldman Sachs. That will split the country into zones where mutual support exists, and zones where the populace is being bled dry by a predatory ruling class. These zones may geographically overlap. The risk will be that, as the alternative becomes attractive, its destruction will be sought by those who do so well under the status quo.

    That's why I think we're in dangerous times. The state is very corrupt and very powerful, and the trend has been for it to savagely punish opting-out from the collective madness.

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  • Telekinesis

    Telekinesis

    March 10, 2015, 9:10 am

    Yeah man I tried playing Dwarf Fortress for a little bit because it sounded so cool in concept but it was very hard to understand, more, very hard for a newcomer to settle into.

    Edit: IVAN is an awesome game I played a game and really enjoyed it (died by a green crystal golem). Your pet is a little annoying though is there way to make him follow you better, I tried using the whistle, that seemed to help a little bit. One time he chowed down on so many Mutant Ass (yes they are in the game) corpses it went unconscious.

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