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  • Moss_cow

    Moss_cow

    March 10, 2015, 12:04 pm

    Hey guys, I'm back, had to take a little break. Sorry.

    1. I deal with people connected to the mafia routinely. None of them are actual goons, but the goons are a phone call away. I don't fear for my life because I also have powerful friends, and I never give anyone a reason to mess with me.

    2. I'd rather not answer that. It's compicated, but let's say I mostly get paid quarterly, and it's never below six figures but rarely above seven. And I'm 100% legal as far as my taxes in Russia.

    3. Traffic in Moscow is terrible. I mostly walk and take subways. When I need a car, I got a driver in an S550, which is pretty modest by Moscow standards. I don't own a car in Moscow though.

    4. Just hail cabs or call my driver.

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  • wonkifier

    wonkifier

    March 11, 2015, 2:15 am

    >I've been trying to defend my initial position that the current trend of antireligious sentiment has been incorrectly labeled.

    I think we're on parallel discussions of a similar kind.

    My whole point was that atheism wasn't simply what you said it was.

    It definitely isn't what you said it isn't, so no issue there. (you can have antireligious sentiment and still be a theist... many of them are theists.) But it wasn't just what you said it was.

    > At least when people talk about weak vs. strong Atheism they are actually talking about Atheism

    Except that you defined atheism is simply being weak atheism. That was my quibble.

    >But when the conversation turns to criticism of religion then I would like to see people wave another flag.

    Definitely. And for the same reason...

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  • pmorrisonfl

    pmorrisonfl

    March 10, 2015, 10:41 pm

    >Q: How do you find a belief system [requiring faith] a logical thing to partake in?

    IM[H?]O, we are stuck with faith no matter how rational we attempt to be. For example, before we [as a species] knew why the sun 'came up' every day, we were expecting it would... that's a kind of faith that I think we can't get rid of no matter how much science we come up with to explain the dark. And beyond that, science only answers questions of mechanism, leaving questions of purpose un-addressed. When you get to philosophy and religion, which I think are man's best attempts to date to address questions of 'why', you are swimming in oceans of faith, even if it's faith in humans to figure it out.

    I'm pretty sure there are no unbiased articles on concrete evidence for the empty tomb (I'd like to know that myself). I can say this; it was in both the Roman and Jewish interests of the time to debunk that notion, and if you read about his followers behavior before and after that event, there's a difference that suggests they saw something inspiring. I admit this is support primarily Biblically, but I sort of can't get around that if that's where my faith is based. Sorry if that's a dodge, I'll see if I can do better.

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  • psia_krew

    psia_krew

    March 10, 2015, 9:08 pm

    New ideas that are so easy to copy are not going to make anyone rich, that's for sure. You need something that cannot be copied. Like, you know, passion. Or talent. Or even (!) love.

    I think what we all need is some kind of Open Source Porn, where people are doing it not primarily for the money but for the joy of it - BUT, unlike most amateur stuff, doing it in a serious way: with proper casting, scripting, lighting etc. An obvious idea, and the only thing that prevents this from happening are the organizational, shyness, and stigma issues.

    Reddit might help here.

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  • NoMoreNicksLeft

    NoMoreNicksLeft

    March 11, 2015, 1:30 am

    > Doctors and patients need to be incented to pay less, which today isn't the case

    The easiest ways to persuade doctors to accept less money for a procedure, is for everyone in the nation to be without any insurance, private or government.

    At that point, the patients can't afford much at all... maybe 2-5% of what used to be paid. Doctors can then accept less, or starve.

    The best way to convince doctors to raise their prices sky-high, is to give everyone insurance that is guaranteed to pay no matter what they claim for the bottom line on the bill. It's like a magical wallet that never runs empty. Who wouldn't ask everything they could of that?

    Insurance causes costs to rise, despite what people think.

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  • shuael

    shuael

    March 11, 2015, 4:54 am

    I never said the speed of light was variable. The speed of light is what it is and that is a _fact_. The truth table of an AND gate does not change depending upon light speed. Neither does the mathematical fact of 1+1=2 hinge upon the physical constant speed of light. That was my point. So citing experimental evidence proving light speed constancy is completely orthogonal to what I said. Hence irrelevant.

    > Religious people seem unable to keep out of the science...

    This is not what Gould said. His point was there were religious people in various fields who excelled in their fields and, at the same time, were devout in their faith. The example of Donald Knuth has already been raised in this thread.

    Now, given that the religiousness of a person does not hamper/hinder their performance in their field of expertise implied, according to Gould, and I agree with him, that a person following his faith and his performance at work were completely independent. Hence, NOMA.

    > "Science" as generally understood is not restricted to empiricism

    It's the only science I know off.

    In his brilliant book, Moral Minds, Marc Hauser discusses how morality is wired in our brains and how all humans share the same moral code and ability to arrive at the same conclusions given the same situations -- irrespective of age, race, religion, nationality and gender. That's a pretty strong conclusion. (Not to mention it flies in the face of what people like Dawkins, Hitchens and Harris claim.)

    Hauser also admits that science can only talk about how we are wired. But it cannot be used to arrive at a conclusion of what is right and wrong.

    Similarly, science can only investigate into what and what isn't considered, say, beautiful. It cannot explain _why_ I find, say, looking at a sunset beautiful. That I do is just a fact but cannot be explained.

    A lot of claims made on Computer Science are anything but scientific. We see several claims about how one language is better than the other and one IDE is better than the other. Take a look at the evidence. Where anyone has bothered to look into the evidence, it's always turned out that language and IDE don't matter. Yet these claims continue without end. By people who claim to be rational and scientific.

    When you try to get empirical is when you actually are able to prove anything. Otherwise they're just claims not-unlike religious dogma.

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  • VicinSea

    VicinSea

    March 11, 2015, 3:44 am

    >"It was a combination of international hype and local organizations who were ... selling seeds at very high prices claiming that they were special certified seeds when really they were just seeds collected from old trees in the wild,"

    This is a common problem--sellers are more concerned with their own profit than they are with the actual plants--I see this all the time with vegetable seeds sold as "heirloom" or "organic" at hugely inflated prices. Tomatoes produce millions of seeds--why are "heirloom" seeds worth $5.00 for 10 seeds? It is complete "green-wash" propagated by greedy seed sellers and has no basis in the reality of seed costs to the wholesale seed growers. This plant was wrong for the climate and soil--just like most vegetable seeds on the market. The best seeds are the ones grown for the climate they will be planted in, regardless of what seed sellers claim.

    If these farmers could plan ahead and save the seeds from the plants that did well on their farm, over 5 or 10 generations, they would have a plant that was acclimatized for their area and would do well for them instead of buying random seeds. Too bad they won't have the time to do that before they go broke or starve.

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  • mistermortician

    mistermortician

    March 11, 2015, 2:49 am

    I've actually seen quite a bit of these movies. I've tried to download some of the ones I haven't seen but can't find anyone seeding the torrents, probably due to the obscurity. I see Takashii Miike referenced here, so check out Ichi The Killer. It's definitely a favorite of mine. Tetsuo: The Iron Man is a very strange metaphor for industrialization but the second one (Tetsuo II: Body Hammer) wasn't as good, but still worth a watch. Anything by David Lynch or John Waters. I'm a bit of a Japanophile and Japan seems to be in no short supply of strange movies. House was hilariously fucked up. Suicide Club (Jisatsu Sakura) and The Glamorous Life of Sachiko Hanai are weird in very different ways. Tampopo is a strange but enjoyable Japanese film that intertwines litte stories into the main plot, all revolving around food. Sorry for the sporadic nature of this post, but I'm obviously just typing as memories of movies occur.

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  • fancy_pantser

    fancy_pantser

    March 11, 2015, 7:13 am

    Our Program, who art in memory,

    Hyperlinked be thy Name.

    Thy operating system come,

    Thy commands be done,

    At the printer as it is on the screen.

    Give us this day our daily data,

    And forgive us our exceptions,

    As we forgive those who have not handled theirs.

    Lead us not into invalid addresses,

    But deliver us from buffer overflow.

    For Thine is the compiler,

    The linker,

    And the object.

    Looping forever and ever,

    Return.

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  • mayobutter

    mayobutter

    March 11, 2015, 9:34 am

    As as an experienced Drupal developer I would like to state my one major gripe with Drupal: The menu / taxonomy / breadcrumb / url_alias system. Seriously, WTF? I always end up hacking together my own public navigation system because I can't get these modules to play nicely with eachother.

    Ideally, I would like to have URL paths reflect the navigation hierarchy, have the breadcrumb reflect what is in the URL path, and be able to restrict permissions based on the location in the navigation hierarchy.

    Any tips?

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  • oconostota

    oconostota

    March 11, 2015, 6:40 am

    I knew that all along. This is a health care bail out under the cover of a health care reform bill. It's going to drive health care costs way up and it's going to increase inflation as the printing presses will for sure be fired up.

    Wait until the climate control shit comes out. Somehow that is going to end up a bailout of the energy industry and the same things will occur there too. Increased costs and increase in inflation.

    Both of these things will cause also a temporary bubble that looks like prosperity but when the governments injected money is used it will be right back into the shitter.

    This is our government now. Bought and paid for by corporate america and they will get their investment returned with quite a profit.

    Oh yeah.. One more dose of truth. There will never ever be anything within the american political system that you people reading this can do about it. You want to stop it? You want to save the country? Then Rebel.

    Ron Paul can't save you. Dennis Kucinich can't save you. The reason is that they are just show pieces. The oligarchs point to the Paul's and Kucinich's and says, "Hey look at your republic! There are the people who represent your viewpoints, citizens, see this is all fair and just!"

    You want something different, then fight for it. At least stop paying taxes if nothing else.

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  • rainynight

    rainynight

    March 10, 2015, 9:18 am

    Right!Ahmadinejhad isn't a Nutjob!

    I live in Iran and have seen many many of his speaches and l have always thought western media is making him seems *less* nut.He has just agreed that UN can visit *one* of the Nuclear sites and now you all are team "Ahmadinejhad isn't psychopath" .Didn't you see he said it were "the foreigners"that were tortuingand raping Iran's political prisioners *inside Iran's prisons* Does it seem like a sane thing to say to you ?

    There are thousands of exmples of his insanity.Don't get me started please.

    You should have listened to his speach afther he came back from his USa trip ,about "How he have made Larry King look dumb"and "All the leaders of the world wanted to take advise from me on how to rule a country"blah blah.

    > If the people were given a fair election things would be different.

    If that is the case then why do yo think people *weren't* given a fair election?

    Khamenei *choosed*A.N cause he is sure to do whatever it is Khamenei whants,including Nuclear Power.

    edit::quote sign

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  • busybeth105

    busybeth105

    March 10, 2015, 11:20 am

    Has she seen her gyno lately? She may be feeling uncomfortable, or have pain that she's too shy to tell you about, or have some other medical issue. If she's on any medications, they may be inhibiting her libido.

    I know if I'm worried about a possible birth control failure, I'm not in the mood at all. Has she looked into having an IUD inserted? One of the reasons it's one of the most effective forms of birth control is because you can't forget to take it or use it during sex - it's already there. Most insurances cover it. Have her ask her gyno about it. Something else to look into is the Depo-Provera shot, where she gets a birth control shot about every three months.

    Can I make a suggestion? Tell her for the next month or two (or however long you think is best) you won't ask for sex, you won't initiate it, you won't bug her about it at all. In fact, tell her you won't have sex, period. Take the issue off the table entirely. Make it as stress free as possible. Make sure she knows that when you snuggle with her, or when you touch her at all, there's no expectation of sex. That way, there's no stress or pressure on her (even if you're not putting any pressure on her, she may be putting pressure on herself). Above all, make sure she knows that you still love her, and that you don't just love her when she has sex with you. If she lost her virginity to you (even if it was two years ago), she may be having some difficulty reconciling your love for her vs. your love of having sex with her.

    Of course, this could just be a period for her where she just doesn't want it as much. Is she under a lot of stress at work/school? Does she have anything else going on in her life that might be mentally taking her away from sex? Women are complicated, and the silliest, most inconsequential thing to you might be something that makes her not want to have sex. Has she gained a few pounds? She might feel unattractive, even if you think she still looks great. You might ask her at a neutral time when sex isn't on the agenda at all if she's pulling away from you, because if that's true, sex would probably be the first area to suffer.

    Good luck, man.

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  • officemonkey

    officemonkey

    March 10, 2015, 6:32 pm

    I am down on greek life. When I first went to college there were few fraternities/sororities. But they raised the drinking age in my state and WHAMMO, the fraternities came out of the woodwork.

    I actually got in an argument with a frat boy who _insisted_ that the Fraternity was a service organization (instead of a drinking club). I asked what service did they perform and he made up some blah blah about helping starving kids in Ethiopia.

    When I was a TA in Grad School, I would predict which students would crap out on classes when rush started. I was usually right.

    In one case, I told two guys when they were dropping the course, that "You were A students before rush, and now you're C students. No offense, but your priorities are fucked up. Hope you straighten out before you take the MCATs."

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  • AhmedF

    AhmedF

    March 11, 2015, 6:22 am

    Oh wow - what a load of bullshit.

    You clearly said 'the olympics is going to cost $6 billion' - except your article just starts adding up numbers from wherever it wants. They make a jump (with no reasoning) from $175 million to $800 for security. They decide to include infrastructure improvements ($4 billion) into the cost - including a highway from the East Coast to the West Coast (really? wtf?)

    But I guess $6 billion sounds a lot more scary than ~$1.5 billion cost (federal, provincial, BC, and security).

    Lastly - The Vancouver Sun? May as well include the NY Post and The Daily Mail as sources too - they are such high quality.

    I will stay I am stuck though - I don't know if I should upvote you to expose what an idiot you are - or if I should downvote you for being an idiot.

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  • Kharthulu

    Kharthulu

    March 10, 2015, 12:25 pm

    The reason they do this is because they can't reduce crime without instituting policies in certain things which would greatly piss off their constituents.

    Legalize and regulate things like prostitution and drugs. Repair social security, reform education systems, establish universal healthcare. Some of these things piss off at least some people because they believe it isn't right or fair or that it will even help anything and supporting them can threaten a politician's incumbency.

    But, declaring war on dangerous evil foreigners is easy and everybody can get behind it and there is no easy way to prove it isn't helping anything.

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  • jrandom

    jrandom

    March 11, 2015, 6:01 am

    Yeah, it's a little vague. To simulate any kind of plate movement I need some kind of plate, and my little game experiment uses a toroidal plane for the topology of its world. This is just the first tiny step of the experiment.

    > The first video looks somewhat like tectonics, but how are you deciding the motion?

    Right now it's just a modified random-walk, where any plate can either move in the direction it last went, or diagonally forward and left/right. Originally I had a pure random walk which gives totally shakey jittery continents. Kinda cool, but probably won't result in good uplift patterns.

    > The second video that has the occasional bubbles looks worse to me

    Yeah, it's pretty weird. I'm curious to see what kind of uplift patterns that results in.

    I have an "influence spread" variable. If it is set to 1, then all veroni points are considered equal during the distance calculation (the first animation). If set to something like 10, the influences are randomly chosen from 1-10 (or whatever I set it to) and the distance calculation is divided by that amount. Since each point on the map is associated with the "closest" veroni point, a veroni point with high influence will own a larger number of points.

    Man, that explanation sucked. I'm not sure how to word it.

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  • cocoabeach

    cocoabeach

    March 10, 2015, 12:32 pm

    A woman who used to be married to my cousin, was/is a compulsive liar. Everyone knows she lies all the time, but generally we don't call her on it, because it just seems like a waist of time. Not to mention, once you know someone lies all of the time, they are actually more trustworthy, you automatically know they are lying and so don't have to worry about it any more. You just listen to their far out stories like you would read a fictional story.

    Once I ask the only other compulsive liar I knew, why he lied all the time. He answered me very gently and thoughtfully. Something about not getting enough love and respect from his parents. Later it suddenly dawned on me how stupid it was to ask a liar why they lie.

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  • nolotusnotes

    nolotusnotes

    March 11, 2015, 2:06 am

    Here's how it goes:

    First off. Study. Study a lot. Don't worry about making long term friends just yet. Don't worry about "missing out on all the fun." (More on this later.)

    The "group" that you click with first, are the people in your immediate area. Hang out at night, go to lunch, hook-up with..." That lasts a month or so.

    Then, people begin to back-out of the group. Form peer friendships etc, mix with other groups, etc. Out of this original group, you might find one or two who you will stick with. Over time (months) you will find new people completely outside of any group who will also become long-term friends.

    Here's the later part:

    If your high school friends are having a great time at this early stage, it's because they are not studying. And if they are not studying, they are not going to last very long in college. Or, they will get crappy grades, flunk-out, become pregnant, or otherwise fuck it all up.

    If I learned one thing in college it was "There is ALWAYS someone/group who wants to party. Don't fall for that trap. Pick your target (like weekends) and don't be swayed.

    Also, as you get better at this gig (next year/year after) you can add more and more social interaction and know how to fit it into your schedule, so your grades don't tank.

    I wrote this really fast, so excuse and spelling/grammar.

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  • Moss_cow

    Moss_cow

    March 10, 2015, 8:26 pm

    They are. It was a huge adjustement for me after all the dating in the US. I'm still in my 30s, and I'm a good looking guy with a great personality. Always a popular kid in school, never a lack of girlfriends. But Russia is just so different, it took some time for me to figure out just how easy it really is. There are hardly any decent men out here, which really helps. They're either ugly or old or have no money.

    Moscow girls are not stupid though, and a lot of them will take you for all you've got while giving nothing in return, if you only let them. I don't let them, so it's usually the other way aroun, I get what I want while giving nothing back, unless I want to.

    American girls would never let you treat them the way Russian girls do.

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  • DevilPliers

    DevilPliers

    March 11, 2015, 8:31 am

    I actually remember more of my childhood than most, but this does remind me of something odd that happened when I was kid.

    There were a few times, especially in elementary schools where I would show up to school, and they would start talking about homework and what happened the day before. I would have no memory of it, and get totally confused.

    The most memorable time was in 4th grade, as my teacher had given us a new handbook, and the next day was talking about it. I had no clue what they were talking about, and a few days later she brought it up with me. I had no memory of the day, didn't have the handbook and never remembered seeing it, and it was some day in the middle of the week - not particularly memorable anyways. I suggested I may of been out sick, but she was able to prove I was there that day. I just had no memory of anything that had happened.

    I did actually the same thing as the OP though, and pretended lke I knew what was going on normally. Heh. It stopped happening, as far as I know, when I was a kid. Kinda creepy though.

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  • exonic

    exonic

    March 10, 2015, 11:42 pm

    I'm addressing your despicable statement in general.

    You claim sleep deprivation and temperature manipulation over the course of years of imprisonment cannot be torture. Of course, if you're a torturer, these are among the least likely to leave physical marks.

    And as mikelieman commented, your "arguments," if one can dignify them with that description, are attempting to justify rape.

    I really hope you're trolling, because it's depressing to imagine real humans exhibiting your level of revolting sleaze.

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