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  • lenthe23rd

    lenthe23rd

    March 10, 2015, 11:49 am

    The purpose of the subsidies is to provide health insurance for lower income individuals. The bill mandates that everyone must have insurance but if they cannot afford it then the government will subsidize the cost for that individual or family. Which means the government will be paying insurers to take on poor people. What Rockefeller's amendment will do is ensure that the Insurance Companies are not taking it and running. Its preventing the government from getting fleeced. Granted, if there was a public option this wouldn't be an issue.

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  • CanFirst

    CanFirst

    March 10, 2015, 10:22 am

    I think what a lot of people are missing is:

    It isn't about YOU and how much or little YOU care. It is about the child, what kind of life will it have, will it be able to experience the joys and pains of life.

    Others have said this, we let humans live in states of horrible suffering and degradation that we wouldn't let an animal live in. (Every been to a palative care ward out in the hospital?)

    If you will never be able to care for the child, teenager, adult, the way they need to be cared for then give it up. You are acting out of guilt or shame if you know this and don't give them up. If you are informed, do your research and are willing and able to care for them better than anyone else for the rest of your life, and have them cared for when you are gone, keep them.

    Personally, I would terminate a pregnancy at first sign of retardation, and if the causes were genetics instead of pure luck I wouldn't try again.

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  • dredd

    dredd

    March 11, 2015, 7:25 am

    One of these papers (I think) particularly discusses the benefits of fresh fruit. Although not in the context of a solely fruit / vegetable / nut diet.

    I don't actually agree with the claim either, although not enough long term studies have been done to prove/dis-prove it. I believe it'd be worth investigating further, but too few people actually have that diet to produce a good statistical analysis. I would, however, suggest our evolutionary diet wouldn't have been that different to chimps, so would've only contained a small amount of meat and grain.

    FWIW, I have been a vegetarian for 19 years, however not a vegan. I did try veganism for a few years but found it (a) too socially difficult and (b) I also found it hard-work to ensure that I was meeting my basic dietary needs, I have no such problems with vegetarianism.

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  • Hooduphodlum

    Hooduphodlum

    March 11, 2015, 6:55 am

    I've read this entire thread, and it's extremely fascinating. You're a very unique individual, despite how you view your outward demeanor outside the casinos. A few questions from myself;

    1. Do you explain to aquaintances, not close friends or relatives, that your frequent travels are related to the job you now work minimally at? If so, is it really plausable that you would need to travel for whatever job that may be?

    2. Do you maintain a permanent residence at your home country, being away from there so periodically?

    3. Do you enjoy movies such as Rainman for their entertainment values and references to your line of work, aside from whatever mathematically and stereotypical inaccuracies they may hold?

    4. Did you like the movie The Hangover?

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  • rek

    rek

    March 10, 2015, 3:48 pm

    >I don't think he's arguing for insider trading but more about making organizations more transparent with more information available to the public which leads to more efficient markets

    Well in that case I agree completely, but that doesn't mean insider trading should be legal - it means insider trading should barely exist because there should be little "inside" information.

    Fact remains, though, there always will be. There will be a time between when you get information and when you release it - if for no other reason that the length of time it takes to write a press release.

    Insider trading absolutely has to remain illegal and there is no argument for it not to be illegal.

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  • antlion

    antlion

    March 11, 2015, 6:24 am

    I like the scroller and colours too. Two things that jumped out at me:

    1. I wasn't sure right away what the site was about. Are they your reviews, collated reviews, your collection, or what? Having a short intro somewhere on the home page would help.

    2. The ad doesn't line up with the rest of your grid, nor does the content in the scroller. You may not have control over the ad size, but you could make the scroller text box wider, or otherwise make it the same width as the rest of the frame.

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  • UnificationDotCom

    UnificationDotCom

    March 11, 2015, 2:09 am

    This varies based on a lot of variables (closeness of relationship, closeness of friends). Everybody has their own ideas about this, so the important thing is to introduce your partner to your friends when you feel like it, and asked to be introduced to your partners friends when you feel like it (assuming your partner hasn't introduced you and you're ready to meet them). Suggesting a get together doesn't have to be a big deal...just something casual to break the ice. If your partner is avoidant about the idea then that could be a sign of him/her not taking your relationship seriously since there tends to be a natural desire for people to share people they care about with other people they care about.

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  • westononion

    westononion

    March 10, 2015, 10:05 pm

    I can confirm this is indeed true, I'm a dev for The Onion (ps tks kingkilr, we miss you!), and we will be moving to Django soon (what's currently serving up AVClub). Drupal was very helpful in getting The Onion to a more stable state back in 2006 with very little staff and very little time. So kudos to Drupal, it was the correct choice at the time.

    That said, we branched it within the first month and there's not much Drupal left in there and hasn't been for a very long time. Our needs and Drupal's direction (and PHP's direction) don't mesh, and as a language (python) and a framework (Django) do -- _very_ much.

    Crap, I feel like we're breaking up or I just got caught cheating. It's not you, it's me, no, it's me.

    Actually, no, it's you. But you're young and pretty, I'm sure you'll meet someone.

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  • MyaloMark

    MyaloMark

    March 10, 2015, 10:11 am

    This video is about par for a Palin campaign. It's a grocery list of Sarah's stellar qualities, sung in a way that would make Hank Hill say, "A-yup by howdy!" In short; truly dreadful.

    The Republicans usually pick someone terrible for the running mate so no one will want to kill the president because the VP is even worse. (Just think Dan Quayle or Dick Cheney.)

    So now the question is, seeing as Palin's already at the bottom of the political barrell, where will the GOP find a human being awful enough to run with her? Does such a being exist?

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  • edheil

    edheil

    March 10, 2015, 2:46 pm

    Why would you want to establish such a standard?

    Some people write programs. We call those people programmers, because that is what "-er" means.

    If you're making it more complicated than that, then you're trying to set up some kind of gateway for identity issues for political, social, or psychological purposes, and I'm just not interested.

    I just wrote this post. I'm a writer!

    If I got paid for it, I'd be a professional writer.

    I get paid for writing programs, so I'm a professional programmer.

    No need to make a fuss over an innocent little verb with "-er" stuck to the end of it.

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  • VodkaElite

    VodkaElite

    March 10, 2015, 10:58 am

    As it is now, I cannot feel anything while having sex and have no ability to enjoy it. Regardless of how much you think you can't feel, I cannot feel anything at all... so... it would still be a step up from where I am. Should also mention I've been restoring my foreskin for over a year now and the increase in sensitivity is (so far) amazing, but far from being finished.

    People in the US have been (and probably will be for some time) brainwashed to believe that circumcised penises look better. But once the skin is pulled back on an uncut penis, they look pretty similar, and on the contrary the uncut penis looks better. Mostly due to the fact that the glans of a circumcised penis is dry and rough looking instead of soft and supple.

    Given how superficial people tend to be in the US (not sure how it is in other countries but seeing most of the girls here make me sick because they're victims to their own sexist stereotypes) there's no reason to even listen to their bullshit. Any girl that cares more about the looks of their boyfriend / fiance / husbands penis rather than his own well-being and intact body is (sorry ladies) a whore!

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  • MarcoVincenzo

    MarcoVincenzo

    March 11, 2015, 2:16 am

    That's putting it lightly. I occasionally do consulting work as an analyst. My first question is always "what are you trying to prove?" Except for some very rare cases I can usually get the numbers to show whatever the client wants. As Twain said, "there are lies, damed lies, and statistics". I have turned down a few jobs based on where the client wanted to go, but I'm sure they found someone else to do the work. Whenever you're reading statistics make sure to ask yourself what is the author trying to sell you and how else could the same data be interpreted. You can be sure it's being spun one way or another.

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  • twifofi

    twifofi

    March 10, 2015, 6:30 pm

    Friend Zone is what happens when you don't make it clear you are interested in something else besides being friends. Yes some escape but it takes some work or lack of availibilty on your part. I had a real bad exp a few years back. I've learned a few things to avoid or recognize your entry into the FZ

    1st- Dont be too nice. Doesn't mean be a dick , just don't be like real complimentary. Be more flirty or make suddle thinly masked sexual compliments. Women don't wanna be hit on like skanks, but they do respond to being seen as sexual beings.

    2nd- never ever ever ever be the dude she talks to about past relationships or current relationship. Get enough info to know what he is or isn't doing. This you use to reverse engineer her out dem panties. Women have enough girlfriends and other dudes who fell into her friend zone. (also don't try and be cool with those dudes cause they will sabotage your efforts. crabs in a bucket style)

    3rd If you make an attempt to make a move, make it very clear that it wasn't a mistake and you don't wanna be friends if you happen to not succeed. If she wants you she will call in time or you can be friends later on. Make it clear you can get another woman ( even if you can't).

    Gifts??? Not really.

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  • wilgamesh

    wilgamesh

    March 10, 2015, 8:33 am

    Sort of. Regarding the first solution you propose, more shuffling leads to less play time, which decreases the casino revenue. So the casinos try to balance that against defeating counters. Regarding the second solution, yes the continuous shuffle machines overcome the shuffling downtime, so yes, that's been on the rise for the last ten years. However, according to popular hearsay, many people don't like to play a game where there's a machine shuffling away. According to hearsay, they want the natural "thrill" of playing hand held decks, preferably small. Anyway, I don't know. These are some arguments I've heard.

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  • will_itblend

    will_itblend

    March 10, 2015, 1:01 pm

    No, not the PICTURE per se, but MY COMMENT!

    (I guess you're feeling rather contentious and self-righteous tonight!)

    You can, in fact, prove that a person has 'beliefs' which they 'believe', while belief, by its very nature, has nothing to do with proof, or established, factual truth. it is the validity of what is believed in that is in question,and not the fact of their gullibility (or faith, if you prefer.)

    Oh wait...for a second I thought you might appreciate clarity and honesty, Perhaps not.

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  • kevin19713

    kevin19713

    March 10, 2015, 11:48 pm

    I have Ableton, Cakewalk, Cubase, Reaper and Reason. I play guitar but I also like to DJ and dabble in electronic music. Personally I like to use Ableton for just about every project, whether it's rock, electronic or DJ. Reason is also good for electronic music. I agree that Cakewalk is buggy and not very intuitive. One thing to consider is if you don't already have a lot of VST's you should getting a full version of a DAW like Ableton Suite 8 which comes with a lot of extras. I think the education version of Ableton Suite 8 is about $499.

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  • Baziliy

    Baziliy

    March 11, 2015, 2:06 am

    I can vouche for shockfactor. At least in my case, I was talking to a Geek Squad manager about a part (they had a sale on memory - I'm loyal to Fry's I swear). He simply said I sounded like I knew my stuff and asked if I needed a job. He mentioned there was a test to get in, but that it was easy and you could retake it however many times you needed to get in.

    I've heard that a lot of Geek Squad employees at some stores have sales quotas. As in you'll probably get axed if all the other employess are successfully pushing their overpriced virus scans on customers.

    Get your A+ though. It's considered the entry-level IT cert, and I've seen a lot of places ask for it.

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  • busterjohnt

    busterjohnt

    March 10, 2015, 6:40 pm

    Johnny - thanks for another great installment of FHWiR. The hounds sure kept you busy this week, what a bunch of liars and bigots some of them are. The fact that she downplayed someones brutal murder as a simple school fight, and then exploited that in an effort to attack FNC, just goes to show how low they can sink. That twist of the truth is truly sickening.

    Thanks for you hard work here J$.

    Ashley | 10.04.09 - 8:20 pm

    You're right Hops er Ashley. It takes some real work to read through all the NH's topic (which by your thinking means he's in love with them) and cherry pick a few comments and twist them to make it look like they lied about the whole thing. That takes a special kind of person, like a jealous person that will go out of his way to lie about the Nhs.

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  • serpentjaguar

    serpentjaguar

    March 10, 2015, 5:43 pm

    >I would argue that several different cultures throughout Europe not only assented to the practice of incest, but encouraged royalty to do it.

    Not really. European royalty was certainly big on marrying first cousins which is arguably incestuous but does not fall under the rubric of the universal incest taboo since many societies have condoned it throughout history. However, European royalty was never big on fathers and brothers marrying sisters and mothers and from an anthropological perspective, that's what the incest taboo refers to.

    As for your assessment of the murder taboo, we can't really have a conversation about it unless we agree that virtually all cultures we know of recognize a fundamental difference between murder and warfare. *You* may not recognize the difference in your own life, but one of the basic tenets of anthropology is that you can't apply your own values to other cultures when seeking to understand them objectively, and in this case what that means is that there is an almost universally acknowledged difference between murder and warfare. There are some pacifist cultures that don't acknowledge the difference, but that just expands the murder taboo in their instances and does not undermine its universality.

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  • alephnil

    alephnil

    March 11, 2015, 6:07 am

    > Me thinks that you are rationalizing their failure

    I'm not Mexican, and feel no reason to rationalize anything they do. And yes, they are inefficient, especially in how they handle the income from the oil industry. Their oil fields _are_ running dry, and better management of their fields and more investments won't change that on a significant scale. The same decline is also observed north of the Mexican border as well as in the North Sea, and government monopolies cannot explain that. You would not explain that by the failure of capitalism would you?

    In fact, the article is typical for the rather patronizing attitude toward Latin America found among western economists, and also a denial of the fact that the countries that export oil to America are running out of oil. Giving international oil companies free access could marginally increase the oil output, but it would not put more oil into the ground.

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  • mcescherwhat

    mcescherwhat

    March 10, 2015, 4:29 pm

    Here is my problem with how this was presented vs. how the wikipedia problem is (elegantly and simply) stated: If you are given an envelope containing x (unknown positive value), you know that the other envelope contains either 2x or 0.5x. If you switch, you now know that the other envelope contains x, whereas your current envelope contains either 2x or 0.5x. It seems to me that you would not want to switch back, because there is a known baseline of x. Your value upon switching one time would still be higher than x.

    This makes sense to me, so please please point out where I have gone wrong, or (hopefully) where the problem was poorly stated.

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  • Mom_Inspector

    Mom_Inspector

    March 10, 2015, 6:46 pm

    Ok, so it was my senior year of high school and I had just finished taking a test at a nearby college. I was waiting outside for my ride on the curb by myself when a girl walked up to me and, i shit you not, the first words out of her mouth were "I'm a dangerous person i should be locked up."

    "Ok" I mumbled trying my best to avoid eye contact.

    "No seriously," she continued "I deserve to be locked up, I'm dangerous."

    At this point I basically just mumbled ok again and stared at the ground even more furiously.

    "I'm a dangerous person you should call someone," she insisted.

    It had been just about a minute, probably the longest of my life and at this point I began to be a little concerned, I wasn't looking to get shanked by some community college nutcase during my last week of high school.

    Finally she just wandered off, and to this day I have no idea what the fuck she was doing. Genuine crazy? Insane psychological experiment? Just wanted to fuck with me?

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  • Waterrat

    Waterrat

    March 10, 2015, 2:12 pm

    They aren't babies,they are tiny blobs of cells smaller than a pin head with no thought,no brain,no perception.

    And you do not have the right to tell other women what to do with their bodies.

    If you don't want an abortion,don''t get one..In reality,you have aborted yourself many times if you've had sex with a man, you just don't know it cause the tiny bit of tissue slides out with the mennsies..But guess what,people are getting bloody sick of you religious folk trying to run our lives for us.

    And it's NOT about killing babies..It's about controlling women and punishing them for having sex for any reason other than to make more babies. You have been brainwashed to believe otherwise.

    If you read your stupid book of faerie tails you will see said book says NOTHING about abortion.

    In said book,life begins when the baby takes it's first breath.

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