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  • Charlie24601

    Charlie24601

    March 11, 2015, 4:16 am

    Get ready for an odd mix of music tastes here:

    Bela Fleck - UFO Tofu

    Daft Punk - Discovery

    Green Day - American Idiot

    Andy Buzzi - Medium Fi

    Irish Drinking Songs - The Clancy Brothers

    Morphine - Cure for Pain

    Paul McCartney - Unplugged (I have one of only .5 million CDs made...go me!)

    Rogues Gallery - Various artists (An AWESOME collection of sea chanteys and songs...even Bono and Sting make an appearance)

    O brother where art thou - movie soundtrack

    Anything by Led Zeppelin

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  • atarisuicide

    atarisuicide

    March 10, 2015, 6:28 pm

    This is horribly misleading.

    1) The title of this article states that "companies profit from pink ribbons often donate next to nothing for breast cancer". The article goes on to cite 3 examples: 1 that donated nothing, Yoplait (donated $22 million), and KitchenAid (donated $8 million). So...one company that donated nothing?

    2) The Yoplait example is especially stupid. Every single Yoplait lid is turned pink during the promotion, and the company then donates $0.10 per lid. Does the writer of the article expect them to donate 100% of yogurt sales? I don't get what they are looking for.

    3) This is obviously great marketing for the companies and probably helps increase sales, but what is wrong with that? It's great publicity for the Komen Foundation as well, which has become absolutely huge on the backs of many of these kinds of promotions.

    So yeah, downvoted for a misleading title and a horribly one-sided and almost irrational argument.

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  • blackkettle

    blackkettle

    March 10, 2015, 6:01 pm

    yes, i was also in something termed the 'seminar' program in high school which was supposed to be 'the level above GATE'. this enabled me to go to a very nice public school which would have otherwise been out of reach due to my parents address.

    the program itself was a joke though. i could never understand what about it required 'qualification'. as far as i could tell from my friends who weren't in the program, the most salient difference was we that read Shakespeare a year before everyone else, and took calculus lessons from a community college professor who would come to the school twice a week.

    in retrospect i think it was a bit of a waste. my energy would have been much better spent focused on a particular goal, or project, rather than haphazardly pointed at a hodge-podge of standardized tests and largely un-connected assignments. although i admit i quite like a mid-summer nights dream, the merchant of venice, king lear.

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  • theglassishalf

    theglassishalf

    March 10, 2015, 6:29 am

    It is near impossible to go from poor-ish to wealthy based on "investments" of the sort that you're talking about. People who are already wealthy can invest in a diverse set of risky investments that have a higher average rate of return. People who are poor do not have that luxury. Nor do they have a meaningful way to start a business (access to capital is lacking, and under-capitalization greatly increases risk of failure)

    You're somewhat right about research being able to help. However, rich people pay people to do that for them, so then the luck comes down to being lucky enough to pick someone who is good at it. Poor people don't have money or time for it, so it's irrelevant.

    And honestly, when you show me the investment wealth trajectory of your average rich person, I see a random walk.

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  • MyssX

    MyssX

    March 11, 2015, 2:02 am

    I think what you mean when you say scientists, is evolutionary biologists, who believe sexual attraction is related to potential reproduction. They have in no way found anything conclusive. It's an ongoing theory of attraction, and is null if you don't believe in evolution.

    You included homosexuality as a normal, yet same sex attraction to reproductively viable people. That's somewhat of a contradiction in itself. If attraction was based on reproductive viability in general, and not specific to you, than reproductively viable animals should fit in to the attraction list as well.

    You gave the traits you believe people find sexually attractive, and then ended it with "youthfulness also, but in the sense of a young adult, not child". Adult and child are man made constructs, I am questioning where that separating line really begins. You said that attraction is about reproduction first and foremost, therefore my example of an 11 year old girl who has had her first period should be fair game, according to you. In fact an 11 year old girl likely has almost all those traits that you mention are examples of sexually attractive features. What is your stance on that?

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  • philoscience

    philoscience

    March 11, 2015, 3:22 am

    As for meditation, I'm not sure I'd suggest insight over a more simple, body-focused form like Vipisanna. There is currently no evidence to support the strong distinction between any one form of meditation. This isn't saying they are not different- this is Lutz et al's exact point that they must be differentiated in order for these studies to make sense. But at this point we can reasonably expect a domain-general neuroplastic response to most meditation practices. So start small, then advance to more heady means.

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  • thatguitarist

    thatguitarist

    March 10, 2015, 6:58 pm

    tl;dr - guns are sweet.

    BUT one thing I would ask is, if someone busts into your home why assume he's armed? Over here in NZ guns aren't that common with crims (sure they have em but generally someone commiting a burglary doesn't want to risk adding a murder charge on if they get caught so they don't take em) so why not just do what most of us do and keep say, a bat? Instead of taking someones life who was probably just down on their luck or just a dickhead who robs people. Either way people don't need to die... couple of shots will drop most people...

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  • umbama

    umbama

    March 11, 2015, 2:33 am

    Shot yourself in the foot there. So the cause of death *you say* wasn't 'craziness' that led to suicide. It was the crap way Americans look after people with dementia. You understand cause and effect do you?

    Instead of madly trawling the interwebs for completely irrelevant beginners' guides to neurophysiology, which probably daunt you so much you just stare slack-jawed at them, why not use what few brain cells you might have *and do some thinking*.

    Incidentally, just out of curiosity, which of the words or phrases I used do you think are 'sociological'. Go on, make me laugh.

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  • nocent7

    nocent7

    March 10, 2015, 9:38 pm

    Think a 30 litre top box costs about 50 quid. Then the mounting plate would cost about the same again I think. Sometimes topboxes are put onto homemade welded mounts though.

    Check the bike out before you make a decision. I drove for 3 hours to check out my CB only to tell the seller I'd have to think about it.

    Can you get a mech to check the bike out for you too? Well worth 50 quid for peace of mind...

    edit: that green isn't actually too bad in the flesh. if you really don't like it head down to halfords and buy a few cans of matt black and rat it ;-)

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  • dayresidue

    dayresidue

    March 10, 2015, 6:02 pm

    thank you.

    are you still bi?

    have you considered adopting kids with hiv?

    what types of symptoms triggered you to conduct research and get tested?

    did you know the guy whose condom broke 14 yr ago was hiv poz?

    is your partner hiv poz too? if not, is he afraid of contracting it?

    do you have access to medicinal marijuana?

    p.s. you seem like a super nice dude, and i am happy that, though you are hiv poz, you feel well, are in good spirits, and seem to be generally healthy.

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  • pkphilip

    pkphilip

    March 10, 2015, 11:54 pm

    I am an Indian. I didn't like Slumdog Millionaire at all.

    I know there are a lot of Indians who were embarrassed by the poverty that was shown in Slumdog Millionaire. And I know quite a few were upset that India was shown in such "poor" light (pun intended).

    However, the reason I disliked the movie has nothing whatsoever to do with any negative portrayal of India. Actually, I would say that the condition of the poor in India is actually markedly worse than how it is conveyed in the movie.

    The reasons I disliked the movie (I know many of my friends share this opinion) -

    1) I thought the way the subject was handled was very trite and superficial. There are many excellent movies from India which have dealt with this issue with far more seriousness and sensitivity. No, I am not talking about the Bollywood musical-type of movies most of which are embarrassingly bad (yes, that is something to be embarrassed about). But these excellent Indian movies hardly find any mention anywhere and then suddenly here comes a white man who makes a movie on the same subject but with far lesser sensitivity and this movie is suddenly hailed as a *revolutionary* movie. Sheer BS.

    2) The plot was completely unbelievable. The hero is in police custody but is taken to the game show by the cops to attend the game show while still under the custody of the cops. Totally unbelievable - I think the director and the script writer were living in a dream world.

    3) The music was poor too - but yet was adjudged worthy of the Oscars. There are many movies in India with far better music. Even the person who received the award (A.R Rahman) acknowledges that he has made far better music for other movies.

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  • newoodchuck

    newoodchuck

    March 10, 2015, 12:47 pm

    I'd imagine that would be because your generally more likely to come into contact with the seedier elements of the place your from and have spent the most time.

    I went to Scotland and everyone seemed friendly and wonderful, but of course I know not to assume thats the way everyone is - the outside view of my area in the rural Northeast U.S. is that its a calm, friendly place, but of course growing up/living there I've seen plenty of senseless redneck brawls and been involved in a few when I was younger.

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  • gooseno

    gooseno

    March 11, 2015, 3:54 am

    I was at a party once. This guy was upset with a friend of mine, and his friend started mocking me. He was sitting across the room, staring at me, making faces. I ignored it, he kept doing it, and finally I started mocking him, talking shit to him, but he just kept it up.

    Finally I go into the other room and say to the hostess, wow, what is with that guy? And she's like, well, y'know. He works with [so-and-so], they have this program at work, they try to give them jobs they can hold, let them make some money, have some responsibility, all that.

    Long story short he was mentally disabled. I'd sat there mocking a mentally disabled man for ten minutes. I am a bad man.

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  • marshmallowhug

    marshmallowhug

    March 11, 2015, 12:43 am

    My elderly grandparents, who speak English as a second language, have an account there. Recently, the policies changed for this account (including things like minimum balance and penalties involved with that, which is important to them), and they got sent a nice thick packet with tiny letters, which my grandparents, with their poor eyesight and language ability, had a lot of trouble with, and no one at the bank would explain it to them.

    I told them that they should switch to my bank, but it's the closest bank to them, unfortunately.

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  • selthera

    selthera

    March 11, 2015, 6:19 am

    Metallica - Kill, Ride, Master, Black, S&M

    Nine Inch Nails - Pretty, Broken, Downward, Fragile ( Left & Right )

    Old Man's Child - Defiance of Existence

    Testament - The Formation of Damnation

    The Project Hate - Armageddon, Cybersonic

    Marilyn Manson - Portrait, Superstar

    Nobuo Uematsu - Everydamnthing he's done ( Final Fantasy OSTs )

    Korn - Korn

    Led Zeppelin - Everything

    Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath

    Rammstein - Mutter

    Dragonforce - Ultra Beatdown

    Slayer - Seasons in the Abyss

    Pink Floyd - The Wall, Dark Side

    Pantera - Cowboys From Hell, Vulgar Display of Power

    ~runs off to check mp3 collection~ Dammit...making me have to look...

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  • bobappleyard

    bobappleyard

    March 10, 2015, 10:37 am

    > It's a fairly simple matter to look at the blueprints then reimplement the idea.

    In the general case, it is far from straightforward to do that. There might be a few cases where you can just look at the blueprint and get it immediately, but you often have to go to the extent of poaching the guy who actually invented the thing you're trying to imitate, or at least interrogating him a lot.

    For instance, the USA (et al) gave Germany a kicking at the end of WWII, and had the run of all her inventions. That means they had the blueprints of all the rockets. Why, then, did they feel the need to poach all the chaps on said rocket programme, if they could have easily imitated without them?

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  • theglassishalf

    theglassishalf

    March 11, 2015, 12:27 am

    "Willingness to take significant risks" is much easier for those who can afford them. As a poor person, I need to spend my entire savings and borrow my entire income for a year or two just to start an undercapatlized business. And, admitting that 7x out of 10 even hard work can't stop someone from failure, it become apparent that the rational choice for a poor person is to not take that risk, whereas for a rich person, that risk is not really a risk at all.

    "Connections" matter 10x more than anything else. They provide capital, a market, advice and, most importantly, a safety net.

    You're right that hard work helps. But it's highly unlikely to make you rich.

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  • ghdiel

    ghdiel

    March 10, 2015, 9:23 am

    You'd find keeping your own grinder clean and testing it quite difficult. I know, my nephew tried this. He, and I both love hamburgers! Although some of the grinding parts--blades, guides--can be put in the dishwasher which of course sterilizes them, some cannot, then you have to swab it down with ammonia or another disinfectant. You have to be meticulous with cleaning if you don't, in short order it'll start to smell.

    E-coli testing is a hassle, though there are home kits they're expensive, and the reliability is questionable. Sending swabs and testable samples to a lab...well, just forget it.

    Because bulk/mass produced ground beef is such a mix from different cuts and sources we stay away from that entirely...the production processes at plants are horrible. In stead, we go to our local food market, one that cuts and packages its own meat, here in Maine it's Hannaford, pick a cut of meat we like, usually chuck, and they will grind it for us while we wait. We figure the larger the cut of beef is, like a five pound chuck roast, the less it has been handled and processed. We also have the grinder mix in fatter cuts from the display, of our own choosing.

    We look for locally produced beef. There are also a few smaller groceries around that cut and package meat, and will grind hamburger for you.

    Here's another technique we've tried using a very sharp butcher's-type knife, I mean razor blade sharp, take your choice cut of beef, sans bone, and grizzle, and on a solidly attached cutting board, (you don't want it to move around while cutting), simply manually dice, and mince the meat, with criss-cross cuts until you achieve the texture you want. Cleanup is easy, and you'll find a new way to enjoy hamburgers!

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  • HeikkiKovalainen

    HeikkiKovalainen

    March 10, 2015, 5:17 pm

    You needed this guy to hit enter ~6 times to be able to give him the upvote? I realise the help in informing people of their poor English but seriously this site is to spread information. A guy that has stated the obvious, that he had poor formatting has received more upvotes than the person who spends a decent deal of time trying to help us. Sorry if I am wrong but I thought the idea of the voting system was so that comments that could be of help to people are upvoted and comments that aren't are downvoted, personally I think the longer post is more helpful to the reddit community than a post informing one person that he needs better formatting.

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  • doctor_alligator

    doctor_alligator

    March 10, 2015, 4:46 pm

    Oh, wow. By the people who gave us Scary Movie and Norbit? This is *grand*. A Spore movie I can wrap my head around, but the Sims? It's purely a game. The story of the game comes to be from the player's experience within the game world. It's about a below-average fellow who lives a crap life, marries a day before retirement and burns to death a week later when he naps on the rug by fireplace. It's about the player's enjoyment as a psychopath. This cannot be translated out of the videogame medium. The closest thing to it are those adventure books where you flip to page 59 if you smartly put the fire out or page 71 if you wake up with your hair on fire. And those suck.

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  • weblypistol

    weblypistol

    March 11, 2015, 2:35 am

    Right fuckface, give me what that means, give me scientists that back that ( not tv weathermen or the like), say what it means in terms of the climate debate, say what it means in relation to human activity, if human activity is not relevant say why, explain co2 levels,accumulation,effects, show why the royal society is wrong, say why RealClimate is wrong ( so I can email and get a response to start a thread mattrapt is a fucking libertarian idiot). Put your great and glorious wisdom in a reply. I will send it to the boffins and I WILL make a song and dance about the reply. Of course you could chase dwn your own folks, but really, how well do you think that will work out?So go on oh wise one, spill.

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  • ReasonableCause

    ReasonableCause

    March 10, 2015, 9:01 am

    Thank you for your valuable contribution! Why didn't I think of that? I am glad you answered my question in such a concise way. If only we were all as smart as you, this world would be a much better place. Unfortunately, I am just stooooopid, and then, when I do not understand something, I ask questions. These questions are, of course, so incredibly dumb and simple, especially to a genius mind like you; but I am glad that you put me straight and gave me the answer I was looking for.

    Now piss off, unless you have something useful to contribute.

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  • exscape

    exscape

    March 10, 2015, 10:36 am

    You can't use the syntax "!||" or "!&&", but I'm not sure whether there's another way. I can however answer your other question: no, only "&&" and "||" are supported.

    Edit: You can however use statements like these (my boolean logic is flawed today, sorry if this doesn't do the same thing):

    if (!(height == 5 && width == 3)) {

    Will execute only if both height isn't 5 and width isn't 3. I think. I need sleep.

    Double post becuse I can't edit my other post... reddit having trouble?

    Anyways, this should be the same, and is easier to read (once you know that "!=" means "not equal", i.e. the exact opposite of "=="):

    if (height != 5 && width != 3) {

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  • DerekA1111

    DerekA1111

    March 11, 2015, 8:50 am

    It was a minority of brave/desperate men who yearned for a greater divinely inspired existence that founded this country under the threat of death if unsuccessful. The meek and blind majority just stayed and breed the masses that to this day carry along the taught values of the weak. So ask yourself, which are you? I’m afraid that we are so isolated from the hardships that accompany the rule of tyranny that we don’t recognize it when it is right in front of us. Please restore the republic and remember it is most likely that if you agree with me then you are in the minority and I remind you that the government we have today is not what the forefathers had in mind. Just say no to imperialism and it is only too late when you are dead.

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  • captaink

    captaink

    March 10, 2015, 9:00 am

    Pretty lame, but still fucked up:

    Coming back to my apartment from a weekend at another city only to find that my upstairs neighbour had suffered a broken water heater.

    A full bathtub of water had gone through the walls and ceiling and they even had the guts to act all surprised when I rang their doorbell.

    Same people would throw cigarette butts into the garden (mine to use) and at the same time complained loudly that they should get access to the garden as well.

    Add a landlord who would go into hiding at the slightest hint of a problem and you have the nice mixture I called home for a while.

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  • drnmr

    drnmr

    March 10, 2015, 7:02 am

    No one ever said "FUCK DA POLICE!". And yes I am sure there are a few good cops. But I certainly do not want to be the guy to find out. I prefer to stay as far away from a rabid dog or any cop as possible.

    I have read far too many stories and listened to far too many cops to be naive enough that I or any one else would get any thing close to a fair shake when dealing with one of these cretins.

    So I stick with my advise never ever talk to a cop, never trust a cop, stay away from them as much as possible.

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  • tuzemi

    tuzemi

    March 10, 2015, 9:28 am

    There's no guarantee your "master server" will work every time either: WSUS was in no way a seamless thing for many people. But if _really really_ need a "master server" of some kind, just make a cron job on your client Macs that pulls an update script from it, and voila! you have WSUS functionality AND group policies without a new unique tool. You can even put your Linux and BSD updates on the same server.

    | Even setting up some script to do this has potential to go screwy due to each machine being a unique snowflake.

    This is silly. Come on, a Mac can be FAR MORE uniform than a Windows box any day. The hardware is the same, the drivers are the same, and users don't have to be admins to run a bunch of legacy apps. Plain old rsync is enough for imaging and the F/OSS tools (Macports/fink) have their own package management. Unlike Windows, you could put two sector-equivalent hard drives in two different same-model Macs and get the behavior you want; you don't have the Windows requirement to trick the SID or use third-party imaging tools.

    Companies can have plenty of legitimate reasons not to use Macs (such as vertical-market software, existing skill sets, training availability), but management of many desktops isn't one of them.

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  • smallstepforman

    smallstepforman

    March 10, 2015, 7:45 pm

    C++ references (function argument). I hate not seeing that a function is modifying an external variable. The caller can get bitten as well, since it is not immediately obvious that the function can modify the passed value. My hatred for references has increased ever since I read Bjarne's C++ FAQ where he says that his original decision to include references was because he hated seeing so many *var = ... in his code. As a programmer, I need to see that I'm actually modifying an external variable.

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