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  • F4il3d

    F4il3d

    March 10, 2015, 8:16 am

    You would think so, but of the 8 or 9 languages I continue to actively write in, Perl (although one of my favorites) is the only one I have to take extra time when maintaining, regardless of how well I try to comment it ( I am very verbose when I comment ). I guess this is a testament to the languages versatility, or to the fact that I do not spend enough time just in Perl ( longest I programmed in Perl in one stretch was 9 months). I am a fastidious programmer, very focused and always programming with an eye on maintenance. I have been doing it for over 30 years, I just think that Perl's strength is also its Achilles heel, its flexibility.

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  • VidiViciVeni

    VidiViciVeni

    March 10, 2015, 11:24 am

    I wasn't planning on quitting cigs but I started using swedish snus alongside my self-rolled cigs (no, not simultaneously) and within about 3 months I had seriously started hating the taste, smell and breathless feeling of smoking.

    My subconscious had already quit before I realized it, as I had to throw an unopened pack of Drum tobacco in the trash because after having bought it two weeks earlier.

    Even today, after I stopped with snus about 1,5 years ago, I still cannot imagine putting another cig to my lips. The thought of shortness of breath and future ED is enough. Zero cravings for smokes.

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  • aristideau

    aristideau

    March 11, 2015, 9:46 am

    You know, up until about 5 years ago I wanted to visit the US. Being an Australian, I just assumed all first world countries had public health. I was shocked to find that the US has no system and dumbfounded how there could be any possible resistance to it. All this talk of individual rights and freedom, WTF??. Even the far right here would baulk at any hint of dismantling any part of our system (there was a furore when subsidised prescription went from $2.50 to $5.00 and when US phama tried to extend the time period that new drugs could be listed).

    But now I view your country in the same light as those undeveloped third world countries and like Africa and those middle eastern countries, I have no wish to ever visit them. The mindset is just too alien to me.

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  • shylock

    shylock

    March 11, 2015, 1:20 am

    I hate the fuck. I detested his stupidity. I was repulsed daily by his complete inadequacy in the face of that job. That's why they loved him though. Stupid people are really easy to talk into things, make fools of, and take advantage of. They learned it under reagan. If you can't get a president with alzheimers, the next best thing is an angry, mildly retarded one. If they're dumb enough, they'll do exactly what a jew tells them to do every time. Don't get me wrong. Obama has to do what they tell him to as well. He's intelligent enough so you can completely blame him for his actions though.

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  • Capolan

    Capolan

    March 10, 2015, 4:54 pm

    I agree, anyone can google. I gave you my background, and where I'm coming from, and based on that background and my experiences and knowledge of things I made a few educated guesses. let me ask this, what would you LIKE me to do here? do you want me to go through the video second by second so I can explain why I made the assessments I made?

    Unfortunately the internet is full of blanket statements, and unfortunately most of them are horribly wrong. (theres a great book on this called "the cult of the amateur" about how the internet is really undoing factual information)

    let me ask this - why is what I say "bullshit" - I mean, lets put the burden of proof on you here for a second. what part is bullshit? I said he was trained. Its clear that he is. I listed off places where that kind of training takes place, and I did in fact say that no - just studying a martial art would probably not give you this kind of control. When I say "kind of control" i'm speaking about several points here that other posters have noticed as well. the man's stance, his demeanor even while being physically struck or touched (this alone would send most people into a fight response), his overall sense of calm is a very strong indication that he's had some sort of training, and it was more than a 4 week course - it was something that was specific to a profession, as you don't learn to control powerful neurotransmitters "overnight". it is something that takes experience, as its hard to even practice this because in practice the physiological response is not the same thing as in an actual "real" situation.

    so - again, what was bullshit?

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  • Capolan

    Capolan

    March 11, 2015, 12:56 am

    the whole thing?? thats awesome! its so good - its just that the whole series is 6 hours long....

    At the time, when I torrented it - you could not buy this series unless you were a school of some sort and it was 400 dollars US. I don't know if that is still true, but I did find a good torrent of it.

    the bad part is that the torrent has 2 dialogue channels with the main one being listed as "spanish" so every time I try to convert this to DVD i can't get english as the main channel. So on my computer it sits.

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  • jaysonbank

    jaysonbank

    March 11, 2015, 8:53 am

    Executions are not really relevant when discussing defense strategy. Saudi Arabia, for example, is one of the worlds worse human rights abusers and for centuries, right up until today, has been executing people for blasphemy, apostasy, adultery, homosexuality and imprisoning and flogging people for political speech. All this and they don't even _have_ a democracy and the only low-level local elections they do have are open to votes by men _only_. In terms of human rights abuses, KSA makes Iran look like a joke. And yet we are allies with them and are selling them weapons _despite_ the fact that they threatened "blood on the streets of London" if the British government pursued internationally required fraud investigations into their dealings with BAE systems.

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  • istara

    istara

    March 10, 2015, 10:40 pm

    Sexual attraction is about reproduction. Scientists are quite clear on the main biological causes. Most of what we find attractive, though we may not consciously realise it, are signs of physical health and fertility in the opposite gender, or in the case of homosexual people, the same gender. Breasts, waist-hip ratio, symmetry, musculature in men, glossy hair, clear eyes, good skin, slenderness. Youthfulness also, but in the sense of young adult, not child.

    Legality and morality doesn't play into this: it's what the healthy adult is basically hardwired to find attractive, because it's what will enable that healthy adult to procreate. There is no evolutionary reason to find a child sexually attractive, it's basically a fuck up: either of some innate genetic fault not yet discovered, which causes the brain to hardwire incorrectly from the foetal stage. Or - which seems more likely, given the backstory of many of those like the OP here - it's a fuck-up of social/mental conditioning. The brain has been warped through something in that person's development, such as abuse. Therefore it's probably in most cases *not their fault* that they have become wired this way, but it doesn't make their wiring normal.

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  • F4il3d

    F4il3d

    March 10, 2015, 5:25 pm

    Perhaps you are right, perhaps what is need is Draconian regulation. Maybe putting the Insurance industry in a vice and dictating when and how to exploit us will bring a measure of relief. None the less the current system is a gold mine for them, they are like kids in a candy store forcing favorable legislation at will to maximize their profits. I know that they are not dumb, they have examined the problem from all angles from the beginning and have strategies to allow them to come on top regardless of how this whole health care debate turns out. I just believe that they will maximize their profit if a public option is not passed, because they spend so much more capital defeating it than the other options. I do not for a minute doubt that they will make money with the public option, I just want them to make less money out of me and out of the suffering of the American public than they currently do. You can keep on opposing it, if you like the current state of things. Just take a small peek into what your insurance premiums would be should you loose your job tomorrow, before you decide to endorse a broken system.

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  • sclark10

    sclark10

    March 11, 2015, 9:46 am

    I agree with these other comments made here about innocent until proven guilty and all the sorts below! You would be taking away from people's rights, and what if these people are trying hard to get a job, but just cant land anything in this downfall of an economy we have? Nope we are going to take away their welfare, because they smoke some weed or something. Then we will just have to have a paddy wagon go around and pick up all the dead bodies of people who couldn't survive because they couldn't get the help they needed to get back on their feet! My question to you sir is have you ever been in a serious financial crisis with no job and the lease on your place running out with 3 other mouths to feed?

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  • xmnstr

    xmnstr

    March 11, 2015, 4:55 am

    Yeah I know, it's really sad that so many people suffering from this disease are resisting the only thing that can get them well. It destroys lives, relationships and families.

    While I do know what kind of meds people usually get, I'm not qualified to say which ones would work best. It's extremely individual, and a person suffering from bipolar disorder usually needs to try many different kinds of meds before finding the right combination and dosage. The only person qualified to guide someone through this process is a psychiatrist who specializes in this kind of treatment. Let me emphasize this, without a psychiatrist with the right competence, treatment won't work.

    On the other hand, it's also a matter of responsibility. It's essential to understand that medication needs to be taken all the time, no matter what. Even if it makes the person feel "cured", it needs to be taken to prevent relapses. It's also important to follow the guidelines of the medication. Some kinds don't work at all with alcohol, and in those cases staying away from it completely is the only way. Some medication makes some illegal drugs possibly lethal. This needs to be taken seriously.

    On the other hand, there are many of examples of people getting well for good and living normal productive lives. Thanks to medication. For most people, giving up a little to get a life worth living is not a big deal in the long term.

    Just my 0.05$..

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  • NuclearWookie

    NuclearWookie

    March 10, 2015, 5:05 pm

    Cultures differ. Individual rights and freedom in the US are not rights and freedoms **to** things, but **from** things. Having a choice in health care is seen as a freedom here. Having the government spend your money for you for you is seen as being less free than doing what you choose with it. If this crap passes, in a generation or two it will be like our Social Security system: untouchable. Then, our conservative politicians may more closely resemble yours.

    Also, I thought that Australia was a nice country until you guys banned the aboriginal population from booze and pornography. But I guess that since the government knows best it's right on that and socialized medicine.

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  • Cenobite

    Cenobite

    March 10, 2015, 9:19 am

    I think it depends on your personal experience with the film. The first time I ever saw The Exorcist was when I was a little kid, so when I watch it as an adult those childhood fears get recalled. Each person's experience will be different and so some people won't really find it scary.

    A point I may contest, though: You say the horror genre has "evolved". I haven't seen very many modern horror films, but what I have seen - with the obvious exception of one or two gems like The Mist and Ringu - they've all been pretty mediocre and can't hold a candle to the cinematic quality (scares aside) of The Exorcist. And the scariest among them are, from an objective standpoint, not much scarier, but certainly lacking the more psychological elements.

    Anyway, just my .2.

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  • sfacets

    sfacets

    March 11, 2015, 1:42 am

    I'm a guy and have lived with girls before. In almost every case the girl would go off at the other guys in the house because there was mess, never one noticing her own.

    I appreciate that you like a clean house... but you live in a house full of boys, and so different different rules apply.... the seat will stay up, the dishes will be washed when needed, and the rubbish will decompose - eventually.

    The price for living in a shared house is, like marriage, sacrifice - but also acceptance. You need to chill out and accept the bad for the sake of the good... if you find there is no good worth the bad, then move out, don't make everyone elses lives miserable and stressful just because you have higher hygiene standards.

    You feel like the mom of the house - but that's not what you want to be, or they want you to be. If you feel you need to fulfill that role, you should end your and also their suffering and move out. With or without your boyfriend.

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  • cthulha

    cthulha

    March 10, 2015, 9:03 pm

    HoN is basically a port of DotA to a new engine. The heroe abilities are the same, the items are the same... things have been renamed and rebadged, but the core mechanics are the same.

    The benefits are:

    better matchmaking facilities.

    Reconnection if you drop out.

    You can track other people's ability levels so you don't get stuck with noob teams or raped by pros so much.

    The keys are laid out the same for all heroes

    Shopping has been streamlined.

    Creep tracks are well balanced

    You have the same gameplay but with different maps!

    Graphics are much, much better.

    There is nothing about HoN that is worse than DotA, and lots of things that are much nicer/more streamlined.

    LoL is actually an attempt to change the formula quite a lot.

    Your account levels up, and so you can take some bonuses into a match if you have been playing for a long time. This has the danger of making games unbalanced, but it is nice to be rewarded for spending time playing the game.

    The heroes aren't just DotA derivatives. Each has some kind of free special + the 3 abilities and ulti to level up. Everyone gets a free teleport to base.

    Again, shopping and keyboard controls have been made much nicer.

    Sadly, it handles a little slowly -- i felt like there was just always this tiny bit of lag to my commands.

    I would say, check them both out if you can. HoN is the surefire winner if you want to step up your DotA *within the same play mechanics*. LoL is trying to incorporate something new and different into the formula, so they could fail or they could make a big leap forward in the game dynamics.

    I will say one thing: it's irritating to go back to DotA after trying the other two!

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  • ThePain

    ThePain

    March 11, 2015, 1:18 am

    It's great watching left-brain people figure out a right brain problem.

    You don't have three doors, there never ever were 3 doors. There were 2 doors. This is why the idea of a 1/3rd chance is illogical.

    You have Doors A, B, and X.

    Door A has the prize.

    Door B does not

    Door X will never have a prize behind it, and you will never pick it. No matter which door you choose you will not choose door X. Door X only exists to give you the **illusion** of 3 choices.

    Upon choosing Door A or B door X is removed. You may now switch between A or B, but not X.

    Had you NOT BEEN ABLE TO SWITCH after door X was removed, then yes you your odds would be 1/3rd. Since you can though you have a right door, and a wrong door. With only two possible choices your odds are 50/50.

    There are two doors, the right one and the wrong one, as the third will always be removed by Hall.

    That is why your odds have from the beginning been 50/50. Not 1/3rd.

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  • darlantan

    darlantan

    March 10, 2015, 7:33 am

    If they really wanted to find you, it'd be pretty trivial. Unless you're in a very, very hot area for wifi, they could probably just do simple radio direction finding with a yagi and some other tools to track you down, completely outside of the TCP/IP side of things. Usage patterns and other such stuff would give you away too, I guess.

    It's pretty damned unlikely that that'll happen though. If you're not causing them trouble or degrading their service while they're using it, they're unlikely to notice unless they're curious, well-informed sorts anyway...and if they're curious, they may be more inclined to track you down, but probably wouldn't bring anyone else into it.

    They might start messing with your traffic for laughs though. I mean, if I found somebody leeching off of my wifi, but they were obviously limiting themselves, I might toy with them but I wouldn't do anything too mean. Just turn all of their images upside down or something, or maybe replace all images with another image asking them to swing by for a beer sometime, or something.

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  • istara

    istara

    March 11, 2015, 8:19 am

    To me this sounds more than just his response to your atheism. I think it's a recognition of his own failing religious beliefs, that he's trying to cling to. And possibly (totally misplaced) guilt that somehow his doubts may somehow be related to your loss of faith, though of course they're not. There's so much guilt in religion.

    Believer or not, he sounds like a great human being and a great father.

    I also think that as he watches you lead your life as a good, kind and productive human being (assuming you haven't decided to be a serial killing master criminal or anything!) that it will help him, and give him comfort. There seems to be an enormous fear among religious people that non-believers will end up living a 24/7 orgy of perversion and destruction.

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  • mercerist

    mercerist

    March 10, 2015, 9:59 am

    Kyrgyzstan or Belize? I never even met 'em!

    In all seriousness: lighten the fuck up. I care about the Netherlands because I live there and because there is a good reason to compare the two countries (even though it's more difficult than some people here seem to think). I also like making throwaway comments on reddit that one isn't supposed to draw sweeping conclusions from.

    Also tell me what your point is exactly? If we were talking about obesity and eating habits, and someone mentioned the slim, fit Dutch people as an example of a country that does something right, would you start talking about little fat hungry kids in the country of Africa, because it's so much more important to think of them?

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  • Durrok

    Durrok

    March 10, 2015, 6:22 am

    My facebook is full of people who I attended high school with but have no recollection of. It was a very small school (~100 graduating class) and I took classes with almost every single one of them at some point, some every year. I still can't recall most of their names or any experiences I had with them. However I can recall my first kiss, getting on the internet for the first time, and a particularly intense C&C generals game as if they happened 5 minutes ago. People's memories are all wired differently.... don't feel bad about it.

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  • bollverk

    bollverk

    March 10, 2015, 2:32 pm

    I posted this at the blog itself and I post it for a second time here:

    First: if a 13 year old has sex with a 13 year old, there can be consent, yes? The 18 year limit is an artificial barrier created on the ground of weird victorian morals.

    If you say there cannot be consent if under a certain age, you basically say that these people have no free choice whatsoever. Why should a 13 year old be able to consent to purchase some candy (while under the pressure of advertising) but not be able to consent to sex? Maybe she even consented to taking drugs, as probably Polanski took them with her.

    Second and more important: Why was that girl there in the first place? Where THE FUCK was her mother? She was a person trying to make her child famous and she must have known what these wild filmmakers were up to at that time. At best the behavior of the mother could be described as negligent.

    The issue is not workers vs. rich people, the issue is artificial and baseless concepts about sex and drugs.

    and btw: <joke> you guys are soo fucking antisemitic it's unbelievable</joke> :D

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  • lingben

    lingben

    March 11, 2015, 6:58 am

    I don't think you're using that word accurately here. In fact, any civilized person would *want* to reprobate (iow condemn) the tragic experience of the OP.

    In any case, rape isn't about sex, it is about yielding power over someone. To that effect, the gender of the people involved isn't really relevant as far as making the act criminally wrong.

    To the OP, I don't want to step on the toes of your therapist but perhaps what he meant was sharing this with a support group in real life, perhaps including other women who were victims of violence. I sincerely hope you find healing and are able to live a happy, productive life.

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  • chive_machine

    chive_machine

    March 11, 2015, 7:34 am

    They *want* you to know that you're powerless... which is why you absolutely can't be.

    Even simple, low-scale things, like education of the ignorant (both on literacy issues and political issues) have the potential to contribute to a stronger people and a weaker government. A government that can't control its people is at the mercy of its people.

    Sure, you're unable to quickly affect the high-level workings of governments and international politics, but if everyone (or even most of everyone) got off their duff, educated themselves minimally (politically), and made a stand... there would an impact.

    You can certainly argue that that won't happen, because people as a whole are too focused on their own lives, and are perfectly content to be spoonfed whatever the media/their family/their church/the internet tells them, but that's kind of pointless.

    If the majority of people are apathetic and/or convinced that they're powerless, then they'll be powerless. Don't be part of that, even if your individual impact is miniscule, and even if the impact might not be felt for years.

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  • roodammy44

    roodammy44

    March 10, 2015, 10:22 am

    Also, keeping people in 23hr/day curfew, preventing a large proportion of the population from working and stealing all the clean water as well as the land.

    The scale of destruction from the Isreali is much greater too, the odd suicide bomber and rocket is nothing compared to the coordinated attack with missiles, tanks and white phosphorus. I mean shooting children for target practice over there is just one of the small things they do.

    It's debatable whether they're committing genocide.

    I mean, that's not to say I'm not ashamed for what my government (UK) has done in Iraq, all because Saddam threw BP out of the country and started pricing oil in euros. Why can't corporations run the world benevolently...

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  • weblypistol

    weblypistol

    March 10, 2015, 11:17 am

    My reasoning is we can prove global warming. The evidence is there.

    Saying science is dogma or religion is a distortion and worthless of me addressing you. It says more about you unless you can show science to say I am wrong which I will accept.

    Yept, I know of global cooling, and if you did you would be more worried as it hides the real extent of climate change...idiot.

    And your last comment, go look at the fucking data. You ignored my last response. At least the last shill to argue with me had half a brain. You, you're not worthy.

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