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  • ar0nic

    ar0nic

    March 10, 2015, 7:28 am

    first, therapy, lots and lots of couple therapy, group therapy, individual therapy, for BOTH OF YOU. if you're in it for the long haul, then you guys need to BOTH be mentally strong, it will take much more work on your girlfriends part, however anything extra you have she will need.

    as for her past as a child and her past with her mother and this cult, all of it is very sad but USELESS to your plight to retrieve these children, or to hold social services accountable for their gross neglect of their handling of your girlfriends case.

    You need to push that out for the time being, unless it is needed to be used to prove any part of the mindset your girlfriend was in at said times during the harrasment by the social service workers.

    is it at this point that i suggest you find a criminal attorney, you need to start to aggressively pursue higher ranking workers with social services, many letters need to be written documenting what has happened, from detail to little detail, you need to contact any local human rights groups, you need to alert elected officials..

    the point is , to REALLY sound the alarms within social services, your attorney can help you pursue them in court, which i absolutely suggest you do, even if it breaks you. If it is that important, then money should be no object, i could even see a lawyer pro bono your case if he had all the details you have described.

    MY biggest and best advice, is its time for your girlfriend to build closure with her past the best way she can, it doesnt happen overnight it does not happen in years...but she is going to need to be as strong as possible during what is going to happen if you guys go forward in pursuing legal action.

    a great way for her to harness a lot of her feelings, and positively output them would be to crack the books and spend hours on google, looking up laws in your area, social service rules and guidelines, the small print, the stuff behind the red tape.

    i hope this helps guys, i wish you luck...like i said, stay strong, stay positive, and keep looking forward...especially your girl...she can do this.

    i hope you guys get the closure you're seeking.

    edit::

    a quick question, what is it are you trying to achieve more, the children and the social service issues, or her past and her abuse? Both need to be addressed obviously, but i kind of targeted to your guys issue with the children.

    once again good luck brother, you give me a lot of hope in knowing that you're doing the right thing for someone you care about who also loves you. I am raising my fiance's 8 year old daughter, she is OUR daughter.

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  • mrcoder

    mrcoder

    March 10, 2015, 11:11 am

    The nation which indulges towards another a habitual hatred or a habitual fondness is in some degree a slave. It is a slave to its animosity or to its affection, either of which is sufficient to lead it astray from its duty and its interest. Antipathy in one nation against another disposes each more readily to offer insult and injury, to lay hold of slight causes of umbrage, and to be haughty and intractable, when accidental or trifling occasions of dispute occur. Hence, frequent collisions, obstinate, envenomed, and bloody contests. The nation, prompted by ill-will and resentment, sometimes impels to war the government, contrary to the best calculations of policy. The government sometimes participates in the national propensity, and adopts through passion what reason would reject; at other times it makes the animosity of the nation subservient to projects of hostility instigated by pride, ambition, and other sinister and pernicious motives. The peace often, sometimes perhaps the liberty, of nations, has been the victim.

    So likewise, a passionate attachment of one nation for another produces a variety of evils. Sympathy for the favorite nation, facilitating the illusion of an imaginary common interest in cases where no real common interest exists, and infusing into one the enmities of the other, betrays the former into a participation in the quarrels and wars of the latter without adequate inducement or justification. It leads also to concessions to the favorite nation of privileges denied to others which is apt doubly to injure the nation making the concessions; by unnecessarily parting with what ought to have been retained, and by exciting jealousy, ill-will, and a disposition to retaliate, in the parties from whom equal privileges are withheld. And it gives to ambitious, corrupted, or deluded citizens (who devote themselves to the favorite nation), facility to betray or sacrifice the interests of their own country, without odium, sometimes even with popularity; gilding, with the appearances of a virtuous sense of obligation, a commendable deference for public opinion, or a laudable zeal for public good, the base or foolish compliances of ambition, corruption, or infatuation.

    As avenues to foreign influence in innumerable ways, such attachments are particularly alarming to the truly enlightened and independent patriot. How many opportunities do they afford to tamper with domestic factions, to practice the arts of seduction, to mislead public opinion, to influence or awe the public councils.

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  • opticalterrorist

    opticalterrorist

    March 11, 2015, 7:53 am

    understandable, but as far as reverse osmosis goes, when it comes to drinking the water, it is just the same as drinking rain water... and if I'm not mistaken, when rain water hits earth, by nature, it begins to soak up minerals. It flows through limestone and collects the beneficial minerals we need to survive. So when we drink water such as distilled or reverse osmosis purified water it does the same thing, only it leeches the minerals from our body and we end up peeing the minerals out... thus leading to hair loss, bone loss, and kidney failure, i.e. dialysis. It's happening to my good friends family, they think I'm nuts for saying such things as it goes against their $10k new water purification system.

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  • pinster2001

    pinster2001

    March 10, 2015, 8:36 am

    I was out at a bar, in a location I am not at liberty to discuss, where I met a man sat alone at a table.

    Not usually one for talking to strangers I found something unusual about this man. I wanted to know his story. I asked if the seat across the table was taken and I received a look without verbal response or facial twitch, which I took to mean "do as you please."

    I sat and briefly studied the man, hunched forward with a Whisky glass in hand, only one ice cube remained and a small amount of watered down Whisky left. I thought he must have been there for some time.

    I shuffled my chair forward to ask if he had seen the game that afternoon, when the smell hit me. Stale beer, Cigarette smoke and a spicy hue of body odor. An overwhelmingly unpleasant mixture of odours. Now, committed to the question as the man had noticed my movement, I struggled on forward with the question. thankfully to which I received a gruff "Ughhh."

    I was about to give up and move elsewhere, partly due to the stench, but mostly due to the rudeness of the man when he asked me, again in a rough slurred way "Do you know, know which is the landlord." I didn't

    Anyway I'm actually boring myself with this story and I am supposed to be going to a wedding in an hours time so I must get ready. If anybody wishes me to finish the story please leave a comment. I will try to finish it off next week.

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  • ragnarokfinis

    ragnarokfinis

    March 11, 2015, 7:46 am

    Bjork- Volta, Post

    Muse- Absolution

    Radiohead- OK Computer

    Klaxons- Myths of the Near Future

    Camille- Le Fil

    Moi Dix Mois- Beyond the Gate

    The Decemberists- The Crane Wife

    Beirut- The Flying Club Cup

    Andre Rieu- The Flying Dutchmen

    Ludovico Einaudi- Una Mattina

    Royksopp- Junior

    Daft Punk- Discovery

    The Republic Tigers- Keep Color

    Discovery- LP

    Avantasia- The Metal Opera (Pt. I, II)

    Ratatat- Classics

    Loituma- Things of Beauty

    Yoko Kanno- Be Human

    Vanessa Mae- Storm

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  • hivpoz

    hivpoz

    March 11, 2015, 6:19 am

    I don't understand much of what you said up there, except that it is incredibly important to take your meds on schedule. That was the one thing that my doc drilled into my head when I first seroconverted. "The most important thing you can do for your body is absolutely take your meds on time, every single day. If you have to set 3 alarm clocks, do it. If you feel like absolute shit and you know your meds are going to make you feel worse, do it anyway. You can do this. And if you do, you have a very good chance of living a long and healthy life."

    There was a whole other part where he talked about taking care of my head, but I think I covered that elsewhere (counselling).

    The cocktail that I'm on now is optimized for a balance of effectiveness and convenience. It is 3 drugs in one pill, so I only have to take one tablet once a day. If this one stopped working, I could end up on a much more complicated regimen. Some meds are taken up to 3x per day, and some with food and some without food. I can understand how people have difficulties staying compliant with the more complicated regimens. Luckily for me, I am disciplined by nature and managed to get through the difficult regimens 'till this one came on the market.

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  • alllie

    alllie

    March 11, 2015, 12:54 am

    Seems to me they are saying you can't change the concentration of wealth because it's a "natural" outcome of networks. To which I say...pshaw.

    The concentration of wealth was changed in the past by progressive income taxes. The elimination of progressive income taxes has reversed that trend. Seems to me that invalidates the thesis or at least shows how it can be overcome. Also in communist countries a tiny subset of management lived better than most people but there was no real concentration of wealth.

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  • JohnnyBanana

    JohnnyBanana

    March 11, 2015, 5:55 am

    We were smoking a hash joint in the car, i was sitting in the back seat and i was wearing these really thin sweat pants, no underwear...The joint had a copious amount of hash in it, some of it wasnt bit up properly...I'm talking to my friend when all of a sudden I scream in pain and get up and start patting down my dick...i look down and i see a hole the size of a quarter between my legs...I went home right after and inspected and sure enough, the burn bubble started to form on my cock and it was a damn huge one...it was like a meteorite fell on my cock...

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  • truco

    truco

    March 10, 2015, 7:14 am

    >WWI wasn't over the death of Archduke Ferdinand, but his death sparked it.

    I think it's a little disingenuous to say the slavery debate was *only* a catalyst that started the war. Slavery had represented a moral division between north and south since before the founding of the Constitution. The abolitionist movement represented an attack not just on the foundation of their economy, but also a deeply embedded part of their culture: slavery was central to their economy, and defined the class hierarchy in the south. In many ways then, abolitionists represented an unacceptable attempt by the north to impose its own values and uproot the southern way of life. The cultural differences between north and south evolved from primary difference between their economies, which was the use of slave labor. I'm also not so sure how committed the south was to finding a new labor force, because they vigorously sought to expand slavery into newly acquired US territories which led to violent conflict that could probably be more accurately termed a catalyst to the civil war. Unlike Archduke Ferdinand's assassination, the slavery debate wasn't an isolated incident that was a product of social divisions, it *was* the social division. It was both the central cultural and economic difference between north and south. Slavery wasn't a random issue that led to the civil war, it was the fundamental difference between north and south that produced two different cultures and eventually after decades of tension blew up into the civil war.

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  • alllie

    alllie

    March 11, 2015, 12:26 am

    From what I have read about Iceland's banks it was stolen. The people in charge lent money to each other, money they got from depositors not investors, with no real collateral, or maybe bank stock as collateral, then before the banks collapsed wrote off the loans. If writing a loan to a buddy, a loan with no collateral, a loan anyone would know could not be paid back, then writing it off, if that isn't stealing I don't know what is. These loans were hundreds of millions, billions.

    Deregulation, another word for making stealing legal.

    I don't know why Iceland doesn't hunt these people down and kill them. Cheney was having people assassinated who had done a lot less harm to the US, or even to Cheney or his business interests.

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  • sclark10

    sclark10

    March 11, 2015, 5:41 am

    This is the dire truth coming from an ex driver/manager from Papa Johns for 2.5 years...

    They charge roughly 50 cents for get an additional 3 peppers to your order (already explaining they are not that expensive to buy bulk) I knew customers that would get an additional 3-5 orders per time they would order! Money isn't an issue with them because its really only costs Papa Johns per pizza about 90 cents for a 14" Works and about 40 cents for a 14" Pepperoni. You can see where charging 15 bucks for a large Works pizza can make up for that little pepper the graciously give everyone!

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  • rmbarnes

    rmbarnes

    March 11, 2015, 12:49 am

    Feminism started as a movement designed to bring about equality. Don't however, confuse this movement which helped gain women equal voting rights with the movement we see today. The feminist movement has indeed evolved into a hate movement.

    Thing is, women today pretty much have equality. In fact, many MR advocates will be quick to point out that they have rights which exceed equality in certain cases. If a certain group of people has equal rights, what happens when they keep pushing for more rights? They gain rights which exceed equality. For this to happen, the other groups in society (in this case, men) must lose rights, either in terms of losing equal rights which they previously held, or losing rights comparative to the other group which is gaining rights (i.e. women gain rights neither men or women ever had, but men have now lost rights because they have less rights compared to women, rather than the fact they lost rights they previously had).

    So we have a situation now where men are starting to be deprived of their rights by feminism. In addition feminists are manipulating the fact (e.g. gender wage gap, DV figures ect) in order to do this.

    So we have a movement that is depriving another group of it's rights using lies. This sounds a bit like a hate movement to me, what do you think?

    Also, please don't confuse women who care about equal rights and call themselves feminists with the political lobby groups and women's organisations which actually drive the feminist agenda. Most of these women are simply slightly mislead into thinking they don't have equal rights. While its true these women are not hate mongers, the people and organisations which actually effect change are.

    So while many people who identify as feminists are good and decent they just make up the body of feminism. The hate mongers how ever make up the head of the feminist movement. And this head contains a dark cancer which must be destroyed. Yet if you destroy the head of an organism the whole organism dies. This is why feminism needs to die for men to redress the inequalities we are seeing today.

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  • Kelvinovich

    Kelvinovich

    March 10, 2015, 3:37 pm

    When did you start smoking? How many were you smoking a day? How long did you smoke for? What triggers smoking? I find these to be very important questions.

    I began when I was 14, and I started by smoking 2-3 a day. Then eventually it progressed to 10. Then a pack. I however realized I could not economically sustain such a rate of consumption so I began limiting myself to 5-6 a day.

    I know there are a few things that trigger me to smoke in particular; stress, anger, boredom, lack of physical activity. I noticed I smoked more due to anger/boredom than anything else. I also noticed that I smoked significantly less when I went to the gym 3-4 times a week. Eventually I quit smoking entirely for about 5~months.

    Then I stopped going to the gym due to not having enough time and personal reasons, which caused me to be stressed and bored much more and on top of the lack of physical activity I began to go through a pack every 2-3 days.

    Sadly, you have to replace one addiction with another. That goes for anything (psychologically that is, physical addictions are a whole different ball game, i.e. nicotine) For me, it was going to the gym instead of smoking, and eating an apple every time I craved for a cigarettes. I am smoking again but really, I don't want to fucking live to be 65. I'll stop when I begin working out again

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  • 321

    321

    March 11, 2015, 2:53 am

    Hey guys, I've got a theory on how all these things go down, and it's not based on training at all, in my view, it's based on instincts. I believe all confrontations like this are decided the instant the opponents size each other up, i.e. as soon as they first meet each other, or identify each other as opponents.

    Animals have spent a long time evolving methods to avoid fighting, since fighting is so physically costly. Dominance and submission are deeply encoded subconsciously into our body language. I believe that throughout the video, the person standing at the door is winning by not backing down, and is probably staring directly into the other fellow's eyes, in other words, despite not looking like it, he is maintaining his dominance, failing to give the submission signal the other guy is trying to provoke (notice how he never looks away even though the other guy puts his face right up to him, locking eyeballs). Despite all of his posturing, the fellow in the t-shirt has already lost the fight at some point before the video begins, by indicating submission somehow or other, perhaps in the instant when the two first saw each other (it may even have been the first time they ever met, long in advance of this confrontation). Everything after their initial sizing up and the initial decision about who is dominant is just a question of whether or when the guy who is submissive decides to back down. He has to put on a show (despite not feeling 100% confident he can win) because of all the people watching him. He wants to avoid humiliation and that is why he postures so much, seeing if he can make the guy at the door back down. But he can't, because subconsciously both men know that one has submitted already. The fellow in the t-shirt may not understand that this has already happened, but when it comes to the fight, it has an effect on how he conducts himself, and probably leads to him not fighting effectively. He has decided subconsciously that it is best for him to retreat, so he does not put his all into the fight. This is why the other man beats him so easily.

    These signals are very subtle, so subtle that we probably cannot perceive them consciously. But when a confrontation begins, if you do not give the submission signal, and never give it (just remain calm and deny to yourself that you are frightened) the aggressor will not win. The aggressors are usually relying on you giving the submissive indicator the minute they make their aggression plain. As long as you can avoid giving that indicator (probably some kind of small cringing motion and subsequent timidity of movement) you will usually be able to avoid a fight altogether and the aggressor will back off. In the case of this video, the aggressor couldn't back off because he had already gone too far and was being watched by so many people (and was an intolerant lunatic), and did not really understand that despite the man at the door remaining passive, this did not mean that he would fold when it came to blows. Notice how long it takes the aggressor to resort to physical violence - he is not at all sure of himself, and goes in very small steps (even diverting his aggression to the wheely bin, a much safer target!).

    (The guy at the door probably doesn't realise how little it would take to see off the aggressor either, seeing as he puts up with quite a few shoves before he decides to fight. I don't think he is an experienced fighter at all, judging by his uncertainty in taking a fighting pose, and the amount of actual physical shoving he puts up with. I think he is playing things by ear, and in future confrontations would probably at least respond verbally and with some gestures of his own before resorting to fighting.)

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  • sonofabitch

    sonofabitch

    March 11, 2015, 7:21 am

    >>Isn't it reasonable that they should be able to patent and profit from it?

    >That is what copyright is for.

    Well, sort of. Copyright will protect a specific kind of software; e.g. Windows XP's source code has copyright X. Imagine that Windows XP has a patent covering some feature - we'll call it patent Y, and features Z1 (a method) and Z2 (a computer-readable medium).

    If you're caught peddling a pirated copy of Windows XP on the street, you're violating copyright X because the guy who wrote the software has the right to sell it as he sees fit (17 USC §106). However, you're not violating the patent. You're selling the product that Microsoft made, so you're not practicing the method of claim Z1 and you haven't produced your own computer-readable medium of claim Z2 (you sort of _did_, but it's nothing that a court would find you in violation of - Microsoft produced it, so if anything they would be held liable. But that doesn't make sense, clearly).

    Now let's say you make an identical version of Windows XP, and you infringe on patent Y, because you practice substantially the same method Z1, and you have it embodied on a computer-readable medium as in claim Z2. You are NOT violating copyright X, however, because you haven't done anything with Microsoft's code - just their patent.

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  • hivpoz

    hivpoz

    March 11, 2015, 4:31 am

    Upvoted. I realize that I am lucky to have responded and survived the early treatments. They sucked, made me feel worse than HIV, and made life generally hell, but they kept me alive 'till the meds got better.

    My doc watches my metabolic counts like a hawk. Liver enzymes and cholesterol seem to be the two that he's most interested in. My cholesterol is a bit high, but I'm 40 and my diet isn't great, so it's not just HIV related. I expect I'll be adding Lipitor/Crestor if that doesn't improve...

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  • Splatterh0use

    Splatterh0use

    March 11, 2015, 5:59 am

    actual journalist are politically warped on both side of the fence. If you think that black markers are applied to articles to censor them, sorry, but it's not like that. The freedom of press is warped not by those who deny publication of certain material, rather non important articles taking the spot of those more important.

    Look at CNN when Iran protested by the hundred of thousand against frauds in the presidential election. Nobody in the US covered it except few networks. The internet give you prospective differently from journalistic canons. Blogs, reviews and videos from many sources give you more information than one column on the first page of the Times or Herald Tribune.

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  • prider

    prider

    March 10, 2015, 11:43 pm

    I actually think it is very poor attempt to excuse the Republicans. On the one hand, he says Beck, Hannity, Bill O’Reilly have only *illusory* power. But in fact, as he conceded, all Republican politicians listen to them. So this *means* these talk jocks do have power over these Republican politicians. Politicians, having to face prospect of losing their jobs every reelection, are **a lot more** sensitive to where the real power is than a self-proclaimed conservative columnist. I bet the Republicans politicians are right about Beck, Hannity and Bill O’Reilly: they have real power because they spoke the mind of majority of White American.

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  • naakhtkhen

    naakhtkhen

    March 10, 2015, 6:44 am

    Yeah, the work arounds exist. I just feel like those work arounds obscure the purpose of the code.

    For example, the lack of shortcircuiting causes the code

    if not something is nothing and typeof something is someType then

    doSomething

    end if

    to look like

    if something is Nothing then

    if typeof something is someType then

    doSomething

    end if

    end if

    Given shortcircuiting, maybe I just want to arrange the cheaper computation first and the more expensive second part second (like hitting the database for info). They are logically related but must be separated into two parts if I want to get the shortcircuiting effect. No side effects.

    If VB6 was going to encourage side effect free functions because there is no short circuiting, I would expect the typeof x is y to return false for any y if x is false... instead of breaking at runtime.

    There is a balance between wordiness and terseness, but I feel like what are simple ideas require too much verbage in vb6. Common ideas like map and fold take more words to express a concept that is so commonly used. I feel like the wordiness doesn't cause micro-encapsulation but it obscures much of the intent with the plumbing.

    I looked online for using function pointers and functions as objects back 3 months ago, and I found nothing usable.

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