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  • Anon1991

    Anon1991

    March 10, 2015, 12:48 pm

    I do and I don't. It depends on the day.

    For example, one day I might feel particularly stressed or just attracted to the idea of getting high, so I'll smoke up right after school. Interestingly enough, I then feel the *desire* to do my homework. I've done calculus, European history, and English homework while stoned. In fact, the best essay I've written yet was while I was high; I don't think that one's due to the cannabis, though.

    On other days, I'll use it as a reward: once my homework's done, it's time to toke and play Kingdom Hearts II.

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  • vsoul

    vsoul

    March 10, 2015, 11:29 pm

    Yea, the only time I ever got overtime was back when I was an intern, payed hourly. The company I work for now is having a lot of production problems lately, and 50 hours is becoming the norm. No increase of pay, and its not expected either. Though I do look forward to my promotion and merit increase (hopefully) in February. Sometimes reward is long term, not short term.

    Then again, at my last company, I was consistently their "top performer" (according to management), yet I was significantly underpaid, and they wanted to get me into some "2 year plan" to get me to the 50th percentile of the title I was in... Some companies just don't get it. Anyways, I left and took my "raise" by going elsewhere. Enough of my rant though... its just the game we play...

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  • waddupeverybody

    waddupeverybody

    March 10, 2015, 8:25 pm

    1. Being "semi-good" at card counting doesn't exist. "semi" implies "some errors" and some errors in card counting negates your advantage. That being said, for a card counter 50 dollars a day is very easily attainable. But you must realize that some days you will lose and you'll need a bankroll (probably $5000) to sustain you.

    2. You're probably correct.

    3. See above. Rough guess, about $5k but could be done for less with more risk.

    4. Poker. Or you could cheat at roulette (read "American Roulette"...amazing book).

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  • aaallleeexxx

    aaallleeexxx

    March 10, 2015, 8:30 pm

    Solution 1 assumes that the value of, say, the larger envelope is drawn from a uniform distribution on [0,inf). We know this because regardless of the value in your envelope, the probabilities of the other envelope having twice as much or half as much are equal, so the probability of having any (positive) value in the envelope is equal.

    So you have a distribution that's uniform on [0,inf). The expected value of a variable with this distribution is undefined or infinite, but it doesn't really matter. You can't sample from this distribution, because any sample you pick will be in the zero'th percentile. It's just not well defined, and that's why solution 1 yields the weird result that it's always better to switch.

    If you modify the distribution such that, e.g., it's uniform on $0-$1000, then you find a solution that resembles soln. 2 with some edge cases thrown in.

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  • radaway

    radaway

    March 10, 2015, 7:35 am

    Yeah my very light reading on the subject from Damásio agrees with you. Yet you could still think of it as a chip made to run a specific program (like those evolved FGPAs) and using a more a generic chip and software you could simulate the behavior of the other.

    Also, given infinite time and infinitely powerful quantum computers, you could recreate all possible minds that ever existed.

    I definitely agree with you on the ridiculousness of the 'energy force' or similar concepts. But my way would be at least, if very remote, a possibility.

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  • crusoe

    crusoe

    March 10, 2015, 11:51 pm

    I was interviewed at Google, and I swore each person I talked to was interviewing me for a totally different job.

    Also, one lady asked me look at this HTML page and describe what was wrong.

    Poorly closed tags, no doctype ( std-compliant browsers go into tag-soup mode ), and the USE of XML-Data islands. She didn't seem to believe me when I told her it was a MS/IE centric feature, and besides without a doctype mentioning XHTML, and lack of XML namespace declarations, it had no chance of working in a more std compliant browser anyways. I also mentioned that in firefox, there are issues with accessing HTML based DOMs and XML (XHTML) based doms at the same time. IE, if the page is tag soup ( html mode ), JSON won't work nicely in some cases.

    And I'm not even a 'web designer'.

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  • Lazarus5214

    Lazarus5214

    March 11, 2015, 9:17 am

    About 9 years ago (so I'm roughly 12 yo at the time), I had a particular dream.

    I was walking down my street, towards my house, which had ambulance lights flashing all over. As I get closer, the lights fade, and my attention is drawn to the sewer drain in front of my house. There in the gutter, lies a dead baby. It was a horrible image. I continue towards my house. My uncle is in the front yard, looking towards the baby, sobbing softly to himself. Near the front steps of the house, my aunt is completely broken, balling her eyes out.

    I wake up.

    The dream really shook me, enough so that I told my parents. They gave me the usual "it was just a dream"(which it was) speech... That same day, my mom gets a call from her mother. Apparently, my aunt, the one in my dream of the previous night, had a miscarriage, that SAME NIGHT! Still creeps me out.

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  • mrmaster2

    mrmaster2

    March 11, 2015, 8:14 am

    This poster is correct.

    I tried using the corner strategy and it never worked that well, and could not stand up to the bat. Also, my webs kept falling apart.

    All you have to do is fill up one eighth of the web at a time. First draw strands from the middle to the borders. Second draw the concentric circle part of the eighth, trying to get around ten lines in between the middle of the web and the edges. Finally, start on the ground (and sides), and make even more connections in your web. You want each "square" in the web to have an "X" running through it.

    After this, start working on the next eighth. I didn't ever use more than half of the screen at a time.

    Using this strategy, I ate 5 bats, could withstand an unbelievable amount of bugs on my web, and could have continued for a very long time but got bored and quit.

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  • MonsterEnergyGuy

    MonsterEnergyGuy

    March 10, 2015, 8:21 pm

    Here's my 2 cents. It would be good to tell your girlfriend straight up how you truly feel about "brenda". This is the first course of action you must immediately take. Make her aware of what's going on and the negative effect it has on you. It'd be best if the girlfriend asks brenda personally what qualms she has against you.

    If that fails it's best to confront the problem yourself. You are a man after all and you should be able to defend yourself. The next time you are with your girlfriend (this is key, make sure your girlfriend is with you so brenda doesn't make any crazy stories about you) and see brenda, asking her what her fucking problem is. If you don't confront her personally she'll just keep jabbing at you your whole college career.

    Like a virus, she'll only keep getting worse and worse and in the long run you'll evidently get hurt.

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  • Anon1991

    Anon1991

    March 10, 2015, 10:44 pm

    I've done so once or twice. By the by, do you know if there's some sort of journal of medicine or science that would have a study on such cognitive enhancement?

    Because you are right; cannabis most certainly reduces stress. It does somewhat impair my ability to think, however. If I do manage to push past that "cloudiness" I can get work done.

    This isn't really about how well I do though, it's about doing it at all. I've always done fine on tests, but have had trouble buckling down to do my homework, where my grades get hit hard.

    Thanks for the input.

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  • kishi

    kishi

    March 11, 2015, 4:05 am

    Having sex gives you emotional highs; emotional highs lead to a feeling of love.

    That's why abusive and/or codependent relationships are so hard to break. You can be in love with someone who is completely wrong for you-- dopamine is a bitch.

    So you need to step back and figure out (with your brain, not your heart) if he's right for you. Ask some friends, if you need a less biased viewpoint.

    If he isn't right for you, or isn't interested in a serious relationship, break it off now. It'll only be more painful later, and it could ruin any chance of a platonic relationship.

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  • TheProphetMuhammad

    TheProphetMuhammad

    March 11, 2015, 12:05 am

    FTA:

    This isn't about the nature/nurture of truth?

    > We accept things as the truth because people around us believe them or because we were “brought up that way.” That doesn’t mean those things are really true. They might be true, but it’s important for us to decide for ourselves.

    This isn't about belief?

    > It’s perfectly OK — even a good thing — for you to see and understand the different sides of an issue and to understand how different people can believe different things.

    This isn't about reliability?

    > Is the statement based on facts? How do you know? What is the source of the alleged facts? Is the source trustworthy? Where did the source get the information? Trace the facts back to their origin to confirm their validity.

    This doesn't refer to a mental state defeater?

    > Watch out for confusion between correlation and cause/effect. Just because some factor (e.g., poverty) is correlated with another factor (e.g., obesity) doesn’t mean that the first factor causes the second factor, or that the second factor causes the first factor.

    and,

    > Remember that language and emphasis are at the root of many disagreements... You may use different words, or you may use the same words with different meanings. But if you really clarify what you’re both saying, you may find that you’re trying to say the same thing.

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  • Tiny_Elvis

    Tiny_Elvis

    March 11, 2015, 1:48 am

    A while back I read Ian Stevenson's *Old Souls: The Scientific Evidence for Past Lives*. I started off as a hard-core disbeliever, but finished the book as only modest skeptic. Some of the stories told by the children were remarkable. In particular, the detail some of these kids provided of their "past lives" were of the kind that you certainly would not expect from a "child's wild imagination," but rather, elaborate, yet mundane minutiae of an adult's life that you wouldn't imagine a child could understand, much less fabricate. Stuff like, "I used to work on the Wilkins' farm, but he couldn't pay his mortgage and the new owner converted from livestock to crops, which I couldn't really help with." (That's not a quote - I just made it up, but some of the things the kids said sounded like that).

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  • palindromic

    palindromic

    March 10, 2015, 11:16 am

    The list is completely farcical, there's no way they could be serious. Baseball over Soccer? That's like saying standing around chewing gum is harder than running a marathon.

    Soccer is probably the hardest sport to be a stand-out in, its not about being incredibly fast or strong or even pure skills. You have to have all 'stats' maxed out otherwise you will never play for a good team. And even if you do make it onto a good team, you have to be talented beyond belief to actually make an impact. If you do all of those things maybe you can go play in one of the top European leagues.

    There's like a few hundred people in the world that play competitive tennis. There's tens of thousands of people playing soccer in high divisions.

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  • enjoyingoffenderlaws

    enjoyingoffenderlaws

    March 11, 2015, 2:38 am

    i was labeled such when i was 16. i had consensual sex with a girl near my age. i am in my 20s now, and i have to register as an offender until i am 37 (the registry is either 15 years or your whole life. no exceptions).

    every year at least twice, i receive a letter from the registry asking everything from where i work, go to school, drivers lisc. #, address, what my car looks like, the plates on it, etc.

    i was in a juvenille prison for 2 years.

    i wont tell any details about the event due to the horrid idea of someone figuring out who i am, but in a nutshell, we had sex, her mom found out, called the cops.

    i should probably do an AMA on this, but i'm pretty scared at the idea. i wear a scarlet letter that i don't tell people about anymore, because i used to be open about it, and everyone secretly judged me.

    for right now i dont mind a few questions though tucked away in this little thread if anyone is interested.

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  • UnificationDotCom

    UnificationDotCom

    March 10, 2015, 12:54 pm

    I think it's a good idea to see if she'd lend a hand because if she's comfortable with that, then you'll feel less frustrated when your libidos aren't in the same place. A lot of people feel that their libidos don't allign, but over time there may be a movement towards a middle ground where you feel it less and she feels it more. Until then, I don't think it's selfish to ask for alternative forms of release. It's normal and respectful to ask for that. If she's not into it, you're not a bad person for asking. If she is into it, you've found a situation that works for both of you.

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  • cowpetter

    cowpetter

    March 10, 2015, 9:39 am

    Good question. I believe we were taking the same Iowa basics test that the MN public schools were taking. . . .but I can't absolutely say that for sure. We had to take standardized tests every single year and I know the base numbers for comparison were public schools. Since my private religious school was linked to a neighboring public school, I assumed we were taking the same tests.

    Wouldn't it be funny if we were taking the "Catholic version" of the normal standardized test? There weren't any religious questions on our version, anyway.

    Edit: one other note: some states require all students to pass a standardized test to meet graduation standards. That could be what you're thinking of, but I believe private & public students all need to pass those. MN did not have those when I was in school.

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  • silverwater

    silverwater

    March 11, 2015, 3:21 am

    Well you sort of answered your question:

    > I listen to a lot of lofi, noisy, punky stuff (which often has terrible production values, and was generally produced on a shoestring budget), and a lot of live albums.

    Some people like a low-budget sound, and that's fine.

    But listen to Paul Simon's Graceland, or even his new one Surprise if you want to hear good production. Or how about Thriller? Without Qunicy Jones, MJ wouldn't have the highest selling album of all time (could be the Eagles actually)

    > Does it really take tens of thousands to produce an album? Are there significant numbers of 'rock star' producers, and are they really worth the money they command?

    Yes, and Yes. Take a guy like a Ray Lamontagne. What does he do? He has a great voice, great lyrics, and some chord changes on a guitar. He gets to the studio with nothing but those 3 things. Now it's the producer's job to make an album from this.

    Producers are generally the ones who hear where the backup-vocals go, and what pitches they hit, what is being played in the second, third, maybe even 4th guitar parts and what brand of guitar through what brand of amp. Maybe they'll suggest a good idea for an intro for a tune, or possibly a bridge. Or maybe something a little bit different in the drum beat. They'll generally be the ones to hear when a bass player should play that note down an octave from where they're playing it, because the low end just fell out of the whole tune for a second but no one in the group can hear this because they've been playing the song that way for years. Or maybe that riff should only be repeat twice instead of 4 times, because 4 is too repetitive, or maybe that solo needs to redone again, and again, again.

    Anyways, you get the idea. A great producer can make a shitty band sound professional, and a good band sound like superstars.

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  • doomrabbit

    doomrabbit

    March 10, 2015, 10:51 am

    Look up winter camping tips. Wool hats make a big difference, wear them while sleeping too.

    Down comforters are expensive, but very light for comfort. Down sleeping bags are also an option, same deal. Electric may be cheaper up front, but no electric bill helps too.

    Electric heat to keep the bathroom warm during showers can help avoid the worst bit of a cold house.

    Long johns and goodwill sweaters can be good stuff.

    Lastly, try lightly working out with some dumbbells, see workout guides online for a full muscle group. Muscle work warms you, and improves circulation and will keep you healthy to boot. An improved immune system will be helpful to keep yourself from getting every cold in the area.

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  • thelilacgirl

    thelilacgirl

    March 10, 2015, 11:14 pm

    I'm curious, too, about your educational level. Do you have a Master's or a PhD in clinical psychology? Seems to me those would be minimum qualifications for the work you describe. Or, do you live in a state where it is acceptable to have a Bachelor's degree? I realize some states are different in how they define "psychologist". I'm assuming you have to be licensed, but I may be wrong. If you only have a Bachelor's degree, how does that prepare you for the advanced clinical work that you seem to be doing?

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  • MyssX

    MyssX

    March 10, 2015, 11:59 am

    I don't feel like you properly addressed the animals point. If humans are attracted to other humans that they biologically can not reproduce with, then why is it so faux par to also be attracted to other species that they can not reproduce with? I am asking where the "wrongness" is in relation to that. I brought up the religion point, because if you're not going to use religion as a basis, then "wrong" is a moot point. Morally wrong and right lays it basis from religious doctrine.

    I agree with you that society recognises that mental and physical maturity are not in step, but I do not believe that is a result of current practices, and is not a reflection of actuality. I think maturity is something that develops in response to a need for it. Society today stifles maturity levels of children because we like to think keep our children as innocent to the world as possible for as long as we can. However, children as young as 10 can share maturity levels with that of young adults in countries where there is a need for it.

    Btw I completely agree with your and societies current stance on pedophilia, my questions are more concerning just sexual attraction, not the implications of acting upon it.

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  • anonymous-coward

    anonymous-coward

    March 10, 2015, 11:14 am

    I was objecting to the implication that the distinction between Iran and Israel is *simply* that the latter did not sign the treaty. As you say, Iran can un-sign the treaty, but it will not be treated like Israel, so its freedom to withdraw is a bit of a mirage.

    > My main point is that if Iran turns out to have been pursuing nuclear weapons while bound by the NPT, they are in violation of international law

    Absolutely. I agree with this, though I would have said "in violation of their treaty obligations."

    > Also, Iran's agreement with the IAEA has nothing to do with Israel from a legal standpoint

    Absolutely. Israel has absolutely no obligations toward, no claim on, and no authority with respect to the NNPT. As far as Israel is concerned, it is like a treaty between Neptune and Pluto.

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  • ControlSix

    ControlSix

    March 10, 2015, 10:05 am

    I was on a tour once that the band 30 Seconds to Mars (Jared Letos band) was on. One night, my bands bus broke and while I was working (selling merchandise) there was a mad scramble behind my back to find everyone places to sleep. When I got done working I was informed that myself and the sound guy had drawn the short straws and would be crashing on the 30STM bus. I can't even explain to you my disdain for Jared Leto at that point, but needless to say I was less than thrilled. My sound guy and I sat in their front lounge awkwardly for a while, kind of unsure of how to handle the situation and at one point Jared came out and stood and talked to us while he cleansed his face/removed his makeup and brushed his teeth (surreal.) He asked how we were able to be on his bus, and my sound guy explained that two of their crew guys weren't riding with the bus that night so we were sleeping in their bunks. Jared said "You're lucky, I'd NEVER let someone sleep in my bunk. Well, maybe her." and gestured to me.

    Horrible. Horrible. Horrible. I slept restlessly and was up and out of that bus the SECOND I heard us park the next morning.

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  • col381

    col381

    March 11, 2015, 8:34 am

    I guess that is the crux of the argument isn't it though. Even most atheists will not disagree with a persons right to follow a religion, but on what level of the scale does that right live when it comes into conflict with other rights that we have such as freedom of speech, equality rights, etc.

    Ask a fundamentalist theist the question and they will respond always that religious 'rights' should trump all else, they will happily agree that blasphemy should be a crime, but ask most people the same question and they will argue that freedom of speech is far too important a right to lose regardless of religion. But which is more important?

    This is a real problem especially in the US because each of these rights is all wrapped into one all encompassing statement :

    > *Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.*

    One sentence, five fundamental (and very important) rights ;

    - Freedom of religion

    - Freedom of speech

    - Freedom of the press

    - Freedom of assembly

    - Freedom of protest

    But which takes precedent of the other?

    Remember the California court case a little while back about the Atheist teacher that was successfully sued because he debunked creationism in science class? In this case the judge ruled that by focusing on creationist belief, the statements the teacher made amounted to *"improper disapproval of religion in violation of the establishment clause"*. As a teacher, his right to free speech was superseded by the student's right to religious belief, on the basis that as a representative of the government, the teacher is not allowed to promote or deny anything regarding religion in that role. because the teacher represented the government, religious rights were more important than free speech rights.

    Now don't get me wrong, I don't entirely disagree with this decision, but I feel that by siding with religious belief here the judge has not settled the matter, simply led it deeper into the mire - Creationists have for a very long time argued that creationism (and especially it's evolved big brother Intelligent Design) is a *scientific* theory as part of their effort to try and force it into being taught in science class as science. On this basis, should not a science teacher be allowed to discuss the merits/negatives of a bunk scientific theory? It seems no; sure they can discuss whether cold fusion is real, or whether vaccination causes autism, they can even debunk astrology/psychics/etc. all they like but when it comes to teaching students about anything that religion has an opinion about (evolution, abiogenesis, geology, palaeontology, biology, history, genetics, etc.) teachers now have to be very careful.

    The California judges' ruling basically states that *anything* being taught that is contrary to religious belief is a 'restriction' of said belief, I am certain it is only a matter of time until this is used as a weapon by the fundies to try and remove evolution and other such subjects from the class room entirely. This of course would be a disaster for education in general. What the judge should have decided was that since the class was one of science and since the issues under discussion were scientific in nature, the religious aspects of the subject matter was irrelevant - student X can believe whatever the hell he wants to believe, but the facts that we know them are as follows - if you disagree then either disprove the scientific theory with evidence or shut the hell up.

    At some point this will all come to a head, and the supreme court will need to make a decision as to which order or importance these rights should be considered against. Too often religion seems to trump all else.

    Sorry, didn't mean to rant this long. rant over.

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  • rshafto

    rshafto

    March 10, 2015, 9:00 pm

    Regarding why: Well, a few reasons. Now that I know Norway is out of the question, I'll address Sweden and Germany.

    Firstly, I think the social programs, quality of democracy and life in the Nordic countries are far superior to those we have in the states. Furthermore, I believe the education system, job opportunities, healthcare system and prison system to be much more modern and sustainable than in the states.

    I separate those two things for a reason. The first set would impact myself immediately upon arrival. No longer would I be living in a country that's been bought and sold by corporations, controlled by lobbyists, and ruled by ignorance. Maybe I idealize too much, but to me it seems as if the Nordic countries have their shit together, for lack of a better phrase. Their modern, and they're going in the direction that I would like my country to go in. Sadly, since my country doesn't seem to want that, I'll look elsewhere.

    The second set of benefits would affect my children, supposing I marry and start a family in Sweden. I know that if my children grow up in America even just ten years from now, they'll be at a huge disadvantage with the rest of the world. They won't be getting the best education possible, and it'll cost way more money. Not to mention that aren't guaranteed a college education if they succeed. I want to give my children every advantage that I never had, without spoiling of course, so that they may one day grow up to have a better life than I did.

    Also, I'm German and Nordic by ancestry, so there's a certain level of appeal for "returning to the homeland."

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  • sfacets

    sfacets

    March 10, 2015, 7:59 am

    I went to a boarding school in India. One day a girl fainted. We didn't think much of it, and she went to the sick-room to recover. Shortly after that she started thrashing around wildly screaming, shouting "stop strangling me! Stop strangling me!" It was as if she were sleep talking, but she would react to the slightest touch with more violent reactions.

    Then it got weirder. Another girl fainted. And started screaming/shouting the same gibberish while shaking and thrashing around.

    They were put in the same room, and their combined screams have haunted me ever since...

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  • Salami3

    Salami3

    March 10, 2015, 4:10 pm

    I'm enjoying this. I've been going through all the other lessons, and mostly it's been review, but I am just a hobbyist and this was the first one that showed me something I haven't been exposed to, and actually wanted to know.

    I've learned about bitwise operations, but I've never been exposed to how one would actually apply them. Although I admit I could probably find what I'm looking for if I really looked, I've never really been exposed to the application of the operation opposed seeing samples with a set of numbers I had never actually figured out were hex.

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