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  • urbantroll

    urbantroll

    March 10, 2015, 11:58 am

    I know that "leave" sounds like such a logical and simple answer but believe me, it's not always possible and for more reasons than the ones outlined in AliceCapone and minor9sharp's comments. Beyond the bureaucracy, there's also the simple fact that, this is my home; my family is here. My mother isn't getting any younger and pretty soon I, as her only son, will need to see that she is taken care of. Yes, if things continue to get worse, I will really have to take stock of how much this place means or doesn't mean to me but it's simply not an option right now. Also, I haven't had a job for 9 months and it's starting to take a mental toll on me beyond the inherent financial toll. Though they should be the most paramount thoughts in my mind at the moment, leaving and revolution are the last. Getting a job so I don't starve to death and end up on the streets this Winter (in fucking NYC) is the first.

    Note that I'm not trying to degrade or offend you. There's nothing more that I'd like to do right now than leave but down in this sea of shit we have created, leaving almost seems like an unattainable dream at times.

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  • almodozo

    almodozo

    March 11, 2015, 6:48 am

    OK, she would rather that this case would just go away, because she is sick of it. Understood. But how do you get from there to your assertion that the current media coverage is actually "worse for the victim .. than anything that happened between her and Mr. Polanski"?

    That seems a pretty outlandish assertion. I'm sure that she would indeed prefer not to have all the new media attention bringing up everything that happened again. But I'd also say it's a pretty fair bet that she'd prefer even _more_ that the rape hadn't happened in the first place.

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  • rahmad

    rahmad

    March 10, 2015, 4:18 pm

    The PS3 will get you to the forefront of this generation of gaming platforms. Unfortunately, it's lonely up there, gaming choices are limited and mostly lacking in creative variety. If you choose to go this path, get Little Big Planet (platformer), Flower (download), Flow (download), Mirror's Edge (1st person running/jumping) and Uncharted (3rd person shooter/puzzler).

    The Wii is great for both solo play and group play, but is lacklustre visually. Recommended games: Rayman's Raving Rabbids, Boomblox, Mario Galaxy, Mario Kart, Zelda.

    The PC, all the variety and cutting edge as hell. I don't play too many PC games, but these are my faves: World of Goo, World in Conflict (RTS), Counterstrike Source, Portal (short but awesome).

    Best way to learn the current game scene, go to a local gamestop, take a smart phone, browse games until you see one that catches your eye, use the phone to find a review or watch a gameplay video... That and the interwebs in general, I guess.

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  • Don_Andy

    Don_Andy

    March 10, 2015, 6:46 pm

    They made a bunch of cool hats and made them so rare that everybody wants to have them (evidently). Then they made it that you only get them when you spent tons of hours playing their game and people (evidently) spent these hours playing their game.

    I think it was indeed a genius who had the idea. Make cool stuff, only let a few people have the stuff and other people would do pretty much everything to have it too.

    Every single person nerdraging about wanting to have hat is living proof their system works. The quota of "pouring countless of hours into the game" against "quitting the game over this bullshit" is definitely in favor of Valve.

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  • motophiliac

    motophiliac

    March 10, 2015, 6:22 pm

    I don't believe it would be possible to prove that.

    The action of them proving something like that would be too disruptive. Even their presence in their past would be incrdedibly difficult — if not impossible — to hide from the population successfully enough to prevent the future from being altered. This would, in effect, destroy the very events they would be able to use as proof that they were from the future.

    Having said that, a large lottery win would go a long way towards keeping me quiet.

    If you're from the future, you know what to do :)

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  • TortoiseT

    TortoiseT

    March 10, 2015, 9:36 pm

    And still, all I had to do was read the first comment to get a intelligent critique on the article.

    Reddit might be as sensational as all the other news networks out there, but the community makes sure that more intelligent opinions are just one click away in the comment section. In fact, I usually read the comments before I actually read the article. There tends to be much better information coming from the community themselves then from the links they provide me with...

    Reddit's strength does not come from the links it provides, it comes from the broadness of the community of experts that come from all walks of life. There is always someone out there that is much better informed then I am (or a journalist/blogger that only gets an hour to write his piece). And thus, I learn... Thank you, Reddit.

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  • nessaneko

    nessaneko

    March 10, 2015, 10:59 am

    Jealous! It's so delicious. I normally go for the tikka masala if I'm just getting one curry to eat by itself, since I kind of get tired of creamy sweet curries after a while without any spicier curry to alternate. If we're eating as a big group though, getting the butter chicken/korma/rogan josh/tikka masala extravaganza is hard to beat, since each one has such different flavours. Damn... I want curry.

    If you're in Wellington, you should try getting takeaways from Mughlai - it's on upper Willis St near the turnoff to Aro, and it's about the same price as Tulsi, but you tend to get better curry and their naan is amazing. Plus it's nice to support a wee family-run place as opposed to a big curry restaurant chain.

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  • eleitl

    eleitl

    March 10, 2015, 11:28 pm

    > Are we the lone sentient life in the universe?

    Wrong question. The right question is "are we in anybody's smart lightcone, apart from us"? The answer to that question is most likely no.

    Expansion of advanced life is very close to relativistic, hence observability window is very short, and since they will restructure the universe they pass through to make emergence of new observers improbable, they are hard to observe due to anthropic principle. Unless we're the nucleus -- which of course is Bad News to the rest of the universe.

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  • VulturE

    VulturE

    March 11, 2015, 4:18 am

    Touch your case before and after installing any part. Don't work on carpet. Drink only water and keep the glass away from your work area.

    Follow the mobo's manual for installing the CPU, and then any instructions for the heatsink. Use a razor or a tool they provide to spread the thermal paste. I definitely recommend Ceramique for just about any application...spread it thin. THEN install anything else.

    Remember to put the brass risers underneath the mobo first. Figure out which ones your board will use and do that.

    120mm fans. Use them. 80mm fans should be outlawed.

    You'll always wish that your power supply was modular, but if you buy a crappy modular power supply you'll cry every day for the rest of your life. Also, anything that says 680W.....DON'T GET. Also, if you're using power adapters, it means you bought a junk power supply. Sure.... 3 4pin connectors can power that video card, but your PSU will filet itself in a few months from being at 70%. Get a PSU that has every cable you'll need, and consider spending money on a nice modular one.

    Definitely pick the case up and listen for loose screws.

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  • keito

    keito

    March 10, 2015, 5:56 pm

    I seriously think this is going to be a bad thing for gnome in the short-term and possibly the long-term also. I'm considering the fact I may be a reluctant KDE user in a years time.

    These drastic changes shouldn't be forced onto us, they should be an option to enable for the more advanced users out there.

    Gnome's beauty is in its simplicity. This breaks all that Gnome has stood for, why it was created in the first place.

    Drastic change hasn't worked in Microsoft's favour (nor KDE *yet*). Gnome should work on improving the current version of Gnome to make it even better.

    People don't need a complete GUI overhaul, they need more features/apps. A decent video editor as part of the default desktop for instance.

    This is really troubling me. I recommend Linux to a lot of new users, and I fear none of them will like to use Gnome3 when it comes out. We'll be alienating a massive userbase that'll end up either buying a mac or switching back to Windows.

    Have the dev's lost their minds? Has Microsoft infiltrated the dev team and decided to try and sabotage Gnome?

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  • fleezie

    fleezie

    March 10, 2015, 7:25 am

    Are you sure you've watched a game of rugby recently? 6 skinny guys? Ha!

    Anyway, last time I checked, there *were* athletes of Ray Lewis' caliber playing rugby. Plenty of 'em. However, they're more likely to be Australian/South African/Kiwi. They play rugby because they're brought up with it, just as athletes of that caliber in the US are brought up with American Football.

    The reason why top American athletes don't play rugby and vice versa has nothing to do with physical ability, and more to do with sports culture.

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  • MarcoVincenzo

    MarcoVincenzo

    March 10, 2015, 5:24 pm

    Bankruptcy. California has never been good at living within its means, which BTW was the entire reason for Prop. 11 back in 1978. Even today there is no acceptance that they can't spend, spend, spend. So, they're talking about a constitutional convention in order to figure out how to steal yet more money from the citizens rather than eliminating expenses. Until Californians realize that government is the problem, not the solution, they'll keep bumping into crisis after crisis and eventual bankruptcy is all but assured.

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  • ridhars

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    March 10, 2015, 7:41 pm

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  • ricoza

    ricoza

    March 11, 2015, 8:14 am

    Plus the fact that we have bandwidth caps. We pay per GB, and it's not cheap. South Africa is a perfect model of what happens when you have a government controlled telephone company monopoly (Telkom). They rake in lots of money, and have almost no incentive to change it. Only recently the government has allowed competition, but the problem is Telkom still owns the last mile, so they can keep charging a ridiculous amount for the privileged to have an ADSL line. No matter how cheap bandwidth gets, as long as Telkom keeps fleecing us for the line rental it will stay ridiculous.

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  • DarkQuest

    DarkQuest

    March 11, 2015, 4:06 am

    Fair enough - but with USB-devices you'll have two reasonably large dongles hanging off your machine and if you lose/break them then the whole kit stops working. That said, if it's static then this is probably not a concern.

    I've also found that it can take a few seconds for the bluetooth mouse to start working when it's waking up, which is frustrating.

    Either way, I suggest that you don't rule it out: it could be cheaper overall to go the bluetooth route, even if it's more of a faff.

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  • Palatyibeast

    Palatyibeast

    March 10, 2015, 10:01 pm

    To carry on this idea... cars can be used to kill people and do so very easily. Therefore we restrict their use heavily. Anyone who uses them must be tested, liscenced and the machine itself must fit within both mechanical-fitness and design standards. Certain car designs are not legal for everyday use. (No F1 cars on the road. Tanks... pretty much right out).

    I'm not anti-gun. I like guns. They're useful tools. Often fun and beautiful. But they're also dangerous. Like cars. Although their main use is to kill things or simulate the skills used in killing things. So guns shouldn't be banned. But there definately should be rules and restrictions.

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  • Netzapper

    Netzapper

    March 11, 2015, 3:12 am

    Not a math major, just a hacker:

    Ya'll are confusing the definition of your shape with the definition of your homeomorphism.

    The shape itself may not crease because it must be differentiable at all points--that is, the shape itself is continuous, i.e. "smooth". **However**, the shape need not be defined by a function: a sphere cannot be defined by a function, but must rather be defined by a parametric equation. Since the shape does not need to be defined by a function, and often cannot be, then we can allow self-intersection.

    On the other hand, the homeomorphism must be an invertible function. Because basically the homeomorphism is just a list of where to send each point from the first curve into the second curve. You can literally write your homeomorphism as a list of ordered pairs, consisting of the coordinates of the point in the first curve and the coordinates of the point in the second curve, e.g. [(1, 1, 1), (-1, -1, -1)]. So long as you aren't sending the same point to two different places, this is a 1-1 function, and so invertible.

    [Although if you'll accept a different domain (say, theta and phi), with R^3 as the co-domain, you can get a function for a sphere. But that's irrelevant here.]

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  • sonybhatt

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    March 10, 2015, 11:01 am

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  • headcode

    headcode

    March 10, 2015, 6:42 am

    I'm not disagreeing with a third party candidate being equal, only that the party itself lacks support at a national level and, most times, at the other levels. Somewhere along the line there's a break down, usually happens around county posts. And that's where the Indy party needs to rally support from the other parties' members into their own. Then move onto bigger and better things.

    Jesse Ventura was doing it right, most of the time. He led people to recognize the legitimacy beyond a two party system. IMO he was just really rough around the edges and frightened away larger votes. He assisted the party by loading up on people who will(maybe) have the power of an electoral vote. He's filled up the ballot slots for others in his party. Nadar, or any candidate, needs a recognition factor. He comes off as passionate, but somehow still flat. He needed to rally the people or cause a fervor, much the same way Obama did and does.

    Let's face it, it all boils down to the electoral vote. Local vote eventually leads to electoral vote.

    I'd like to point something out, I'm one of the unclean... I vote according to presence and past performance, not party.

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  • rtp

    rtp

    March 10, 2015, 4:10 pm

    It's really justification from authority, which is similar to the logical fallacy "argument from authority". It is a dogmatically flavored faith in the government, the clergy, the leader of your favorite ideology, the parents, traditions, or some other authority.

    I would rephrase that quote by Steven Weinberg to read this:

    > *"Dogma is an insult to human dignity. With or without it you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things. But for good people to do evil things, that takes dogma"*

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  • karmaVS

    karmaVS

    March 10, 2015, 8:43 am

    In some domains they’re closely related, sometimes directly, sometimes inversely; in some domains they’re not related at all. Your question about the staircase is pointless due to this fact. Besides, what does this have to do with anything?

    I’m fed up with you now. This is the way the terms are used, if you think it’s wrong, continue being an ignoramus if you wish. If you’d rather not, read the (entire) entry for sharp in a dictionary to see it defined, read anything at all about anti-aliasing to see it used (I’ve already linked you to an example from NVIDIA in the last reply), or take my now rather extensive word for it. I don’t care.

    As a very trollish person once said, “continue your blissful ignorance.”

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  • malcontent

    malcontent

    March 10, 2015, 10:19 pm

    >It's a voluntary treaty. No nation is compelled to become a signatory. Nations can even withdraw from the treaty under Article 10 if they give 90 days notice - North Korea did so back in 2003.

    >Israel will never sign the treaty because that would require them to surrender their nuclear weapons, but they are not violating any laws by not signing the treaty or allowing inspections.

    >The resolution you're referring to was non-binding, meaning that Israel has no legal obligation to allow inspections, nor to sign the NPT.

    >The IAEA did the diplomatic equivalent of writing a letter to Israel.

    >Iran didn't notify the IAEA of their intent to construct the Qom facility revealed a couple of weeks ago, in violation of Code 3.1 of their subsidiary agreement, and therefore they are in violation of the security arrangement and the NPT. Here's what the head of the IAEA said this week:

    >"Iran has been on the wrong side of the law in so far as to inform the agency at an earlier date," ElBaradei told CNN's sister station in India, CNN-IBN. "Iran was supposed to inform us on the day it was decided to construct the facility. They have not done that."

    >Not consistently, which is a violation of their security agreement as well. They denied inspections as recently as last year:

    >IAEA releases report on Iran's compliance with the NPT. The IAEA claims the following: Access not granted for a recent inspection on May 19; access not granted since August 2008 to heavy water reactor at Arak; and, IAEA not given design information for reactor at Darkhovin.

    >You are referring the the 2007 National Intelligence Estimate, which only concluded that Iran appeared to stop their nuclear weapons program in 2003:

    The U.S. Intelligence Community released a National Intelligence Estimate concluding that Iran "halted its nuclear weapons program" in 2003, but "is keeping open the option to develop nuclear weapons."

    Additionally, the IAEA has stated:

    as a result of the continued lack of cooperation by Iran in connection with the remaining issues which give rise to concerns about possible military dimensions of Iran’s nuclear programme, the Agency has not made any substantive progress on these issues.

    >They are not saying that they know Iran isn't developing nuclear weapons, they're saying they don't know whether they are because Iran has blocked inspections and access to information. These are two very different statements.

    >Yes, although the existence of their nuclear program was known well before that at the state level. At that point in time Israel was already in a nuclear stalemate with Russia.

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  • MarcoVincenzo

    MarcoVincenzo

    March 10, 2015, 3:04 pm

    Reducing the number of children, at least in the US, is easy enough--stop subsidizing people who have them. No more tax breaks, no more free food, clothing, housing, etc. It won't take long for people to start having fewer children if they have to pay to raise them themselves.

    We'll never see this, of course, at least not until the government falls of its own weight. But the reason isn't what you might think. The great American Ponzi scheme of Social Security requires ever larger numbers of people paying into the system for it to retain any semblance of solvency. There is no way the government would do anything to draw attention to that house of cards.

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  • the_nuclear_lobby

    the_nuclear_lobby

    March 10, 2015, 7:27 am

    >You obviously think israel is fully justified in everything they do.

    Care to quote where I said anything like that?

    >There are severe sanctions for being a non signatory.

    Citation? I can't simply take the word of somebody with a clear agenda who rarely bothers to quote any sources.

    >Besides if Iran pulled out you'd be screaming bloody murder and advocating bombing the shit out of them.

    Nope. Wrong again, as is your wont.

    >Anyway as a non signatory israel has no right to attack a singatory

    The NPT has nothing to do with countries attacking each other. If you're asking me whether I think Israel should be allowed to attack, then my answer is no.

    >BTW Your "israel was in a nuclear stalement with russia" remark was especially inane.

    I was pointing out that it was already known that Israel had deliverable nuclear weapons more than ten years before he stated.

    I find it very amusing that your strongest rebuttal to my post has been on this point.

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  • tatonka322

    tatonka322

    March 10, 2015, 8:27 am

    came up on an accident where a semi and a car collided head on. you can guess who won... anyways, as we were rolling by the carnage, you could see the smashed car, and the lady who was driving it was half hanging out the back drivers side window dead as a doornail. the creepiest part of all this whole thing, as if seeing seeing a human being in this condition wasn't enough. there was this scraggly looking biker guy in a wheelchair screaming at the top of his lungs. She's dead she's dead, the bitch is dead! over and over until we rolled out of ear shot. Both weird and creepy!!!!!

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  • grandhighwonko

    grandhighwonko

    March 10, 2015, 9:39 pm

    The book of this destroyed me as a teenager. I live in South Africa and about 3/4s through the book there's the line "Johannesburg's gone out".

    When I read it, the enormity of nuclear death hit me, that it wasn't just a game that the Russians and Americans were playing with each other, that I too would die.

    Somehow that single, small little line opened a window where I could see everyone I knew, and everything I've ever loved, gone.

    EDIT: On that subject one of the saddest movie's I've ever seen is _When The Wind Blows_

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  • MadAce

    MadAce

    March 10, 2015, 8:09 am

    >So this suggests that you have given money to every single homeless person that has ever begged it of you? And to every single organization and group that has sat in front of a store and requested a donation? And to all of the political organizations who have called on the phone to ask for campaign contributions? And to all the public radio and TV stations that have ever done fund raising during airtime while you were watching or listening?

    It's perfectly possible to apply selection criteria which are unaffected by prejudice.

    Considering the person in question here has limited ersources it's only natural he has selection criteria. Questyion is: Are they fair and without prejudice?

    Considering he's asked for drug testing in the past I doubt that.

    BTW, my habits of donating to charity or whatever aren't an issue here. It's not because I (random example here) would beat up homeless people in my spare time that I wouldn't have a good point right now.

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  • parcivale

    parcivale

    March 10, 2015, 5:10 pm

    So if some of the spiggot of cash from London is cut off that will anger the Scots and inspire them to vote to dissolve the union. Anyone know just how poor Scotland will be when the North Sea oil within Scotland's exclusive economic zone runs out? Pretty poor.

    They think Brussels is going to fill that void and drown them in cash like they did for Ireland and Spain in the early-1990s? Guess again. The EU is almost twice as big as it was in those days and there are loads of tiny countries in the east and in the Balkans poorer than Scotland that have as much claim to those diminishing amounts of cash as Scotland does..

    If the SNP dissolves the union and the Scottish parliament justly gets nothing more from Westminster, within a few years we'll see half of Scotland empty out and emigrate south of the border..I mean half of the remaining half will join the half of Scots that already live in England.

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