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  • jaiwithani

    jaiwithani

    March 11, 2015, 7:51 am

    More than half of the bill provides subsidies for poor people to buy insurance. They use it to buy insurance. The insurance companies get that money, *and then have to provide health insurance*. Calling it a "bailout" is disingenuous and intellectually lazy.

    There is no "current bill". There are at least five bills. Please link to this WP story, because as far as I know at least four of these bills forbid preexisting condition denial, and I was under the impression even Finance had signed on to that.

    Every economist I've read or talked to predicts price-per-person goes down, with or without the public option (various versions of the public option save in between an extra few billion and $150 billion over 10 years). Quality is also likely to improve, but as a result of other measures in the bill.

    Your 4th point is a non sequitor. It's not $500 billion in profit - they have to provide coverage in return. This will probably still result in an increased profit margin - the only way to avoid that would be to go to single payer. While I would favor that, the current proposals are still far preferable to the status quo. Given the choice between letting poor people die and subsidizing their private insurance, with the side effect of increasing insurance profits, I'll opt for subsidies.

    The various incarnations of the bills have different minimum levels of insurance. Some of them are pretty good. The finance version is, if I recall, pretty bad - but it's not the final word on the subject.

    I've made calls, knocked on doors, gotten chased off doorsteps by angry dogs, the whole nine yards. But your post is extremely misinformed, misleading, and sensationalist. You really seem to be under the impression that there's only one health care bill in Congress right now, which is grossly incorrect. I am sorry of this offends you.

    I also care about my country. I am tired of being screwed over in various ways. But I like to be accurate about it. And I don't like to attack bills which represent a vast improvement over the status quo because of a gross misinterpretation of its mechanics. You say the entire bill is "nothing but a give away", which is just asininely false. Raiding medicaid to 133% of poverty. Ending lifetime caps. The insurance exchange(s), which are huge and should be talked about more. Subsidies to the poorest Americans to help them buy insurance (the very provision you're now complaining about). These are all great things, and there's a lot more good in the (various versions of the) bill. It could be better. It's not single payer. But it is the most progressive piece of legislation, in all of its forms, to be enacted in decades.

    You want to make a difference, organize calls to Congresspeople urging them to make the bill better. But when you do that, be accurate about it - if you just shout inaccurate sensationalism - well, that's what teabaggers do. I don't like to see it on my side.

    Also - "asshole"? Really? Learn to take some criticism, or refute without sounding like a fifth grader.

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  • mcescherwhat

    mcescherwhat

    March 10, 2015, 6:56 pm

    I equate this knowledge about the number of envelopes (I think, this is convoluted) with knowledge about the number of possible values. If you know that there are only two possible values (as in the second solution given in the link), then it doesn't make sense to switch, which correlates with your two envelope scenario. But if you only know a single value, your own (or even if you don't know it), and you nothing about the other possible values except that they are either twice or half yours, then you should always switch, as correlates with your three envelope scenario and with the first solution given in the link.

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  • paloduro

    paloduro

    March 10, 2015, 8:47 am

    Some films have a big impact. Like any fiction, they inspire and make people dream. Many people would not have done great things if they had not been inspired. This has something to do with changing society. Still, Hollywood is not vitally important except for the number of jobs it creates. Film is an industry. I agree that the "Hollywood elite" put themselves on too high a pedestal. I suspect they feel entitled to hold themselves to a lesser accountability because that's exactly what their corporate counterparts do. They all want to be above the law.

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  • IrishShorty

    IrishShorty

    March 10, 2015, 9:52 am

    On the night my grandpa died, both my mom and my grandma say they saw him. My mom said she woke up in the middle of the night, and he was sitting at the end of the bed looking at her in calming way. I'm not sure of the details of what my grandma saw.

    I'm not sure I believe in ghosts (although creepy things do seem to happen), so I imagine it as some sort of normal response to trauma or something. Still a bit strange...

    Unrelated, years later my grandma was in the hospital and they ended up putting her in the same room my grandpa died in. I don't think anything happened, but still, I imagine she was creeped out- I would have been.

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  • paloduro

    paloduro

    March 11, 2015, 3:38 am

    Propaganda films. Nothing else, and no specific films, need to be named. Propaganda films helped to deeply influence hundreds of millions of peoples' minds in the last century, and it hasn't stopped yet. Look at the propaganda of the WWII era, and the results.

    Film is an art of an entire new era in the history of our species. It has a power complementary to that of print and music, both of which have undeniably changed the course of history countless times.

    Your criticism of these directors and others in Hollywood and their overblown sense of self-worth is correct, but they are part of a multi-billion dollar industry because film is massively potent in any culture, though most films are not.

    I would agree if you said *most* movies are wastes of time and money.

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  • dustingooding

    dustingooding

    March 10, 2015, 1:44 pm

    Question for you folks. Are you seeing this the way I am?

    First time for me to do low key photography and I've learned that some screens are not displaying this picture as I intend.

    What it's *supposed* to look like is all black with highlights on her hair, lower face, hand and gun. What some people are reporting to me is the ability to see the background texture, her body, the "right" side of her face, etc... That's *not* right.

    On my MacBook, it looks right. Hope it looks right for you.

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  • anonymous-coward

    anonymous-coward

    March 10, 2015, 11:03 am

    > The scope of the Convention is limited. It applies only to treaties concluded between states, so it does not cover agreements between states and international organizations

    But the NNPT is a *treaty* among states. These are enforcement provisions with respect to a multilateral treaty.

    > Withdrawal from a section of a legal document without providing legal justification is equivalent to unilateral modification.

    That's *specifically* what Vienna says is not true. Vienna *specifically* lays out why what you say is not the case.

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  • avsharath

    avsharath

    March 11, 2015, 2:31 am

    Reminds me of my father who lost his life just a month ago because of a similar health problem. He was a doctor himself, but he loved farming more than anything else. He loved it so much that he ignored his illness and went on to working in the tomato farm even when his legs were swelled up and needed medical attention. By the time we got to know of his illness, his infection had already started affecting his organs and his heart had went weak, so the doctors coudn't help.

    It was exactly one month ago. He passed away in the midnight, just few minutes past 12AM (on Saturday morning) as this little boy did.

    But he did not get to win anything like this boy, instead we incurred losses because of low prices for tomatoes in the market.

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  • old_is_new_again

    old_is_new_again

    March 10, 2015, 6:58 am

    **PART TWO:**

    **So this brings me to my plan:**

    If I had no bills, this is what I would be doing...

    -Saving up money for the following:

    --My future children's education, should they want to go to college

    --An emergency fund worth at least 6 months, possibly more

    --Saving for a home

    --Pursuing more of an education in music, whether it be through lessons or college, this, besides my wife, has become the love of my life. It gets me through so many tough times.

    --Possibly pursuing an education in Philosophy and Theology (pertaining to Sociology). Those are the only majors I could ever justify going to college for. Anything else in my field I've taught myself and can't fathom paying thousands of dollars to sit in class for. Especially when I loathe IT now.

    The biggest thing of all, because this list does not look like it is grand in any way, is the feeling of freedom I could have knowing that even if my job goes away, I'll still be able to survive. Money has been such a source of stress in my life for the better part of what is supposed to be my adult life.

    I've learned the hard way what it means to be financially naive. At moments I have cursed the government for letting credit companies screw consumers and lead them into a false sense of security. Other moments I have cursed the companies for loaning me the money when I clearly was not mature enough to handle it. But in the end the only one I can justifiably curse it myself.

    Everyday I find myself searching for a way to start over fresh. I long for it. I write songs about it! I wish that something would swoop in and take me back to the beginning so I can make the right decisions.

    A fresh start.

    That is what I want.

    I was the kid in school that was supposed to be the next Bill Gates. Everyone swore I was going to have millions of dollars and they all wanted to be my friend so they could mooch off of it. What a sad turn of events it is to find that the smart guy now has a net worth that is negative forty thousand dollars and the stupid kid in school has become a plumber and lives wonderfully in his own way without the debts of the smart kid.

    *A fresh start... I have longed for that for so long now it seems like a fantasy.*

    **Mr/s, Philantropotamus,**

    You may not be real, you may not see fit to help me, but you have at least gotten me to put to words the mistakes I have made in my life. I can see a little bit clearer, re-reading this mess, that I see it is imperative to fix my situation. I can at least thank you for that.

    If you are real, I would be open to working out a situation where you could set stipulations and check in on me to make sure I was making progress.

    I feel naive typing, but these sorts of things don't happen very often and I can't afford not to say something.

    **Thank you.**

    EDITED for typing mistakes, have to give me a break though, I spent two hours typing all this up.

    EDIT 2: **I know my situation is not as dire as many of those out there. In fact, it may not seem dire at all to some folks. I feel like a slave. I know it is my fault, and everyone can fault me for it too. That is fine, but it doesn't stop me from pouring my heart out, no matter the outcome. Just know that every word is sincere, and every feeling I have is genuine. If I could meet the OP just to shake their hands for making me type this story out to see the ridiculousness of my financial history, I would love to do it**

    *I most likely will not be replying to any comments, especially pithy, sarcastic, or damning ones. My pride can only take so much.*

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  • smokeshack

    smokeshack

    March 10, 2015, 8:28 am

    When I was four years old, my parents took me on a trip across Washington State. Somewhere around Snoqualmie pass, I started repeating over and over, "He split out of time!" Over and over, faster and faster, "He split out of time!" Then I had a seizure. They stopped the car and put me in a bank of snow, and I snapped out of it. My mom works in a clinical laboratory and knows such things, so I imagine this is standard practice for combating seizures.

    Obviously I don't remember this, but my parents said I did similarly weird things as a little kid and was prone to seizures until I was 5 or so. I didn't find any of this out until I brought my first serious girlfriend home from college. I guess they thought she had a right to know in case she and I ever made a freaky seizure baby of our own.

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  • BahamianGuy

    BahamianGuy

    March 11, 2015, 6:11 am

    Okay I heard this story from my friend.

    His sister and her 2 friends were driving far out from our main city so they could drink and smoke in seclusion. They drive out and reach this beach that they never had seen before. By said beach there is a big abadoned house, all of them were curious so they all went into the house. When they entered the house they smelt something bad but climbed up to the stairs. Upon reaching the top of the stairs they see a dead body that was still rotting and once they see it they scream and run away. When they get outside the house they hear and see people in the bush and hurry and get into the car. At this point all of them get into the car and hear a gunshot and see some people running towards them with a machete but drive off running before anybody got hurt.

    They said it scared them to no end.

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  • princessk8

    princessk8

    March 10, 2015, 9:12 am

    I bought a chemistry set from a bum for 3 dollars last weekend. It doesn't have any instructions but everything else seems to be in order. I've been a bit scared to play with it. These are the contents:

    Borax

    Calcium Chloride

    Cobalt Chloride

    Sodium Bisulfate

    Ferric Ammonium Sulfate

    Phenolphthalein Solution

    Sodium Thiosulfate

    Sulfer

    Sodium Silicate Solution

    Sodium ferrocyanide

    Sodium Salicylate

    Ammonium Chloride

    Hydroponics Solution

    Sodium Chloride

    Hydroponics components

    Blow torch components

    Chemical Rocket

    I don't know if any of these things are dangeous or not. It looks fun.

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  • anubis255

    anubis255

    March 10, 2015, 7:13 pm

    The first dead body I saw was when I was 12 My friendGordy Lachance was playing cards in my treehouse with Chris Chambers and Teddy Duchamp. Vern Tessio comes over and tells them how he overheard his brother and his friend talking about how they'd seen the body of a kid named Ray Brower who'd gone missing. We decided to go and find the dead body and bring it back in the hope of getting the credit.

    A few months ago, Gordy's older brother Denny had been killed in a car accident, and Gordy has been ignored at home since, which we see in flashbacks. Gordy aspires to be a writer, but the only support he had came from his brother. Chris Chambers is from a bad family, and his brother, Eyeball, hangs around with the local thugs, led by Ace. (Vern's older brother is also part of this gang.) Teddy has a mentally ill father who once held his ear to a stove and nearly burnt it off, and Vern is a cowardly overweight child who is usually the butt of our group's jokes. Just before we met up to set off on their journey, Gordy and Chris encounter Ace and Eyeball in the street. Ace steals Gordy's yankee cap that was given to him by his brother.

    We set off and realise that nobody brought any food, so they put their money together and come up with $2.37. Moments later, a train comes and Teddy insists on dodging it, but Chris pulls him away fearing that he'll be killed. Throughout our journey, we experienced more things such as being chased by a junkyard dog, nearly being killed by a train, and being attacked by leeches when they try to cut through some water.

    At some random junkyard , Teddy loses it and cries when the junkyard owner calls his father a "loony," despite the fact that his father nearly burnt his ear off. We also learned that Chris hates having the last name that he does and wishes that he could move to somewhere where he could make a fresh start, where nobody knows him. Gordy says that writing is stupid and he wants to take the same courses as his friends, but Chris tells him that he'd be wasting his gift if he did that. We learn more about how our friends really think.

    Eventually we came across the body and start to build a stretcher. Gordy breaks down and tells Chris that his father hates him. Whilst we have been travelling, Ace has found out about the body and has set off in the car along with his gang to retrieve the body himself. The gang turns up at the place of the body not long after we did and tells them to leave so that they can take the body. Chris refuses and Ace pulls out a knife, to which even his gang seems to object. He's seemingly about to cut Chris' throat when Gordy fires a shot from the gun that Chris brought along (it belongs to his father). He tells Ace that he'll happily kill him, and Ace leaves with his gang but insists that they'll get the boys for this. Gordy tells everyone that nobody is taking the body, and they all head back.

    We learned a lot on our journey. We all went home after , and all grew apart through junior high.

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  • shockfactor

    shockfactor

    March 10, 2015, 5:08 pm

    1. Get into a 30 minutes twice a week cardio habit. Do it the same time every week. Do more than one activity (Eliptical and arm bike instead of just running)

    Move up to three times after a few weeks.

    2. Stop snacking. Eat less frozen breaded stuff. Stop ordering out. Learn to cook. Start cooking stuff from scratch. Use less butter and oil.

    That should do it.

    After you get the cardio habit down pat for about a month, move into free weights at home until you can do enough that you won't be embarrased, then start doing it in a gym.

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  • Will_Power

    Will_Power

    March 10, 2015, 7:09 am

    One component of the energy debate that is not well understood has to do with finance. Generally, alternative energy systems have a very high fixed cost and a low variable cost. Wind turbines cost a fair amount to build, but only require minimal maintenance. Solar PV is expensive to put in place, but requires nothing to operate after the initial investment. (The same is true for nuclear plants: billions to build, pennies worth of uranium to operate.)

    Fossil fuel power plants, on the other hand, are relatively cheap to build, but have a higher variable cost. The typical example of this is a natural gas power plant. One can be built for a fraction of the cost of a nuclear plant or solar farm, but will eventually cost more in fuel.

    One way governments could really encourage alternative energy generation would be to provide loan guarantees. Of course, that is far to easy a solution for the U.S. government to accept.

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  • brainiac256

    brainiac256

    March 10, 2015, 8:17 am

    Try before you buy! If you can get your friend to send you an invite you get an extra week free--the normal trial account period runs for 14 days, but it's 21 with an invite. It also pays to have a friend already in the world who can give you some tips about spending your play time wisely. After about five days you'll probably get bored with the make-work tutorials, and that's when the real fun starts--go ratting (bounty hunting), sell ore, get into the business side and start your own corporation--the possibilities are literally limitless, especially with Dust 514 coming out soon!

    Of course, if at the end of the make-work tutorials you're doing nothing but sitting on your ass for hours at a time while your mining laser sweeps out a veldspar asteroid, then maybe this game isn't for you. It does require a little bit of creativity on the player's part; otherwise you naturally get stuck in a very algorithmic busy-work pattern, just like in the real world. You'll still be able to make credits like that, it just won't be as exciting.

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  • TapiocaSunshine

    TapiocaSunshine

    March 10, 2015, 8:16 pm

    I know this doesn't come close to watching a car crash victim turn, snap his neck and instantly die, but it's real and it happened to me and it was creepy as hell.

    I was hiking at dusk with a very close friend not more than 2 miles from the closest city. Really we were probably a 30 minute walk from a fairly dense city. But we couldn't see the city, it was a few hills away. We'd been alone talking out some issues he'd been having related to an alcoholic dad. So all of a sudden something weird happens.

    You know that background noise you hear in nature? Wind through grass, birds chirping, just...everything? It stopped. Literally. Not all of a sudden, but kinda like somebody turned down the volume knob on the world. IT WAS FUCKING SILENT. I stopped dead and looked at my friend. He had stopped too. He was looking at me, and his eyes started to grow as the next creepy thing happened. The first sound we hear sounds like far-away howling, but not one wolf, like 50, then we hear dogs barking. But that's really quiet too. Then we hear far-off car horns, but again, about 50 of them, all over each other. Remember that background noise? The one that disappeared? Over the course of...6 or 8 seconds it got loud. Real fucking loud. Fading in, we heard this low low static-y rumble, sounded just like a swarm of bees. Got louder and louder and louder, and the howling and cars and something that sounded like a helicopter almost overhead. Except it's hardly dusk, almost still sunny, and visually we don't see anything out of the normal, except both of us dead still. The sound (which was, I remind you, unlike anything I've ever heard before. Nothing but a mix of a ton of low crazy sounds) grew about as loud as thunder before all of a sudden SNAP everything equalizes and everything sounds normal again. I turned to look at my friend, both of us completely wide eyed. I didn't realize it but when the noise got really loud I'd thrown my hands over my ears. He just stood there.

    I think he said it first: What the fuck just happened.

    We both sort of stood there. I said something like "Was that an earthquake? "

    But nothing had shaken.

    He said "There's no way we can explain that to anyone, and have them believe it."

    I agreed and I think this is easily the longest description of what happened that I've ever attempted. This happened probably 5 years ago, we've mentioned it one time since, and we both had almost nothing to say. It was the creepiest thing I've ever experienced, and I still have no idea what it was.

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  • waddupeverybody

    waddupeverybody

    March 10, 2015, 5:36 pm

    I bet half kelly.

    My betting structure is in constant flux based on my bankroll so your equation doesn't work here. I prefer conservative playing to agressive playing as this is my life savings.

    1. I don't understand the question.

    2. I hope to continually increase my bankroll and thus increase my betting structure.

    3. No, not really to be honest. My two barrings were boring and everything else is just straightforward. The best part is the other counters I meet. Some people from around the world with some good stories.

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  • RoastBeefOnChimp

    RoastBeefOnChimp

    March 10, 2015, 8:42 pm

    You're already ahead of the game since you know that you don't know. But you are reacting to your realization by being anxious.

    You're doing displacement activity as a way of deflecting your anxiety. That's a way of avoiding getting engaged with the material, and having to struggle to understand it.

    In my case, I didn't like to engage because I didn't have confidence that I could learn the subject properly, and was afraid I'd expend huge effort to end up knowing nothing. But in fact, it always feels like that when you're faced with a new subject. It's the same as having sore muscles after trying a new sport. That's just what early stages of learning feel like. The feeling will pass if you keep doing it. Learning is sometimes a process of getting used to a subject as much as of acquiring a deep understanding.

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  • upsideup

    upsideup

    March 10, 2015, 8:00 pm

    I believe you're looking for The Cogito, from Descartes. "I think therefore I am". Basically imagine the worst possible scenario, which for Descartes is that you are being deceived by an omnipotent evil demon. You can't trust anything, even that fact that 2 plus 2 is four, you could be mistaken as the demon could be manipulating all your senses, even your dreams. However, thinking "I am thinking" is a self-verifying truth. For example, you can't falsely type "I am typing", and actually be typing something.

    In other words sit there and think "I'm thinking". If you are in fact thinking, you can be guaranteed that you exist. Every sense and everything you know may be an illusion, but nevertheless you exist. If you want to deny that you are thinking I think that would be a strange thought, if you catch my drift.

    If the evil demon thing doesn't do it for you, go for the evil scientist stimulating the brain in the vat, whatever works for you. Deception requires existence.

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  • cultured_banana_slug

    cultured_banana_slug

    March 10, 2015, 10:02 pm

    Not mine, but a friend's:

    Punk girl to my friend: "Who the fuck are you?"

    Friend: "The nice girl they warn you about pissing off."

    Punk girl was insulted by something random my friend had said; my friend had been having a very bad day and just didn't feel like taking any crap (mousy little librarian type girl. 5'2", about 110lbs soaking wet.) Punk girl wanted to start shit. Friend went into full "pissed off librarian girl" mode.

    From what I heard, it was like watching a bulldog (punk girl) get savaged by mouse (my friend). My friend wound up being peeled off the punk while clinging to her neck from behind. I think the punk girl wound up surprised more than injured.

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  • Keianh

    Keianh

    March 11, 2015, 7:39 am

    Around the time I was six, my mother took me with her to see one of her friends and her friend had two kids, one who wasn't there at the time and a daughter who was probably half my age at the time so while my mom is talking to her friend I'm playing with this kid. Now while that's normal here's what was kind of fucked up and I can only speculate on this detail; while playing I notice that this kid isn't wearing any underpants and I see what looks like a scrotum, I didn't see anything else just a very large piece of skin that looks very similar to what I have in my own pants. I'm sure there's a simpler explanation but it would be pretty fucked up if this broad wanted a girl so bad that she lost her shit and started dressing her son up as a girl.

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  • Maspers

    Maspers

    March 10, 2015, 5:13 pm

    For newbie players, my suggestion would be to pick a ranged character. While melee characters can be very powerful and tankish, ranged heroes let you stay in the back of the fight and help you survive. Let your melee friends initiate everything and just do dps or support from the back.

    I'm a support guy myself and I love playing with Demented Shaman. His heals let you farm/heal the team/help you survive. Use it to kill the creep line and get lots of gold. His poison is even more helpful in fights. It slows, ministuns, and becomes a DOT. If you have a friendly hero attacking a slowed enemy, you can heal your friend which might even give you the kill.

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  • thrakhath

    thrakhath

    March 10, 2015, 11:57 pm

    No, the UI is not fine. I play DF semi-regularly and I always have a long bout with it around major patches. I love the game. While the UI is certainly usable and learnable. It is a terrible UI. Here's a basic example to demonstrates the point: Menu Navigation. It is horribly inconsistent. Sometimes up and down is +\\-, other times it's the up\down keys, and at still other times it is U\J. Menus should be consistent, there is no reason for the differing controls except that the layout was not thought through.

    There are dozens of usability pitfalls everywhere, even though you can technically learn how to get anything done. I mean, for shit's sake there are fan-made programs to modify your Dwarf's Jobs by tearing through the raw binary save files because it's easier than using the in-game interface to do it.

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  • JStarx

    JStarx

    March 10, 2015, 10:25 am

    Calling it a material is just a way to relate it to people who don't understand the mathematics behind it. It's not meant to be a physical material, it's an abstract space. Think of the x-y coordinate plane, I can tell you it's like a flat sheet of paper, but it's not a piece of paper at all, it's just an analogy. Just something for you to picture in your head.

    What they're really doing is allowing only transformations that preserve the properties that they care about. They haven't told you why they care about those properties, and an actual description of what they are and why they're important would be more mathematics than your average person can handle. So they settle with physical analogies. Unfortunately as a side effect the "rules of the game" as they called it seem completely arbitrary when stated in that manner, even though they are actually quite purposeful.

    So not magical, just not fully explained.

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  • hseldon10

    hseldon10

    March 10, 2015, 9:36 pm

    Si bien es cierto que esto es un indicador de confianza, también agrega a la deuda y eso pone cargas en la empresa, y como nadie puede predecir el futuro, eso siempre será algo negativo.

    Solo vé a Cemex. Bancos Europeos, Americanos, y cientos de inversionistas de clase mundial tuvieron la confianza de prestarle a la empresa miles de millones de dólares para realizar una transacción similar a algo que ya había hecho exitosamente incontables de ocasiones con anterioridad. Gracias a eso, hoy, Cemex lucha por permanecer con vida y se ha visto este año a días de desaparecer. Todo esto causado por la deuda.

    El indicador de confianza se pudo haber conseguido con una emisión más pequeña, o con algun otro instrumento que detonara la calificación de Moody's (que por cierto, si escuchas los debates que están teniendo en Estados Unidos sobre reformas financieras, te darás cuenta que esas "calificaciones" deben traer un "caveat emptor", y por tanto realmente no indican nada).

    La confianza, por cierto, está basada en la capacidad de producir retornos futuros. ESO es lo que la hace grande. Si hoy nadie compraría deuda por 50 MDD míos, es por que no he podido probar que produciré esos retornos. Lo mismo de podría decir de Sergei Brin, creador de Google, a mi edad.

    Cierto que CFE podrá hacer inversiones, etc... Sin embargo, ese no es el tema (por que si ese fuera el tema, estaríamos también hablando sobre privatización y sobre la necesidad de monopolio gubernamental federal para hacer esas inversiones). El tema es que la deuda es propiedad de todos los contribuyentes. El día que CFE se vuelva como LFyC y quiebre, ese día seremos todos los contribuyentes quienes paguemos los platos rotos (¿o ya se nos olvido que apenas el año pasado nuestros impuestos rescataron mil y pico millones de dólares de deuda de LFyC?).

    CFE no ha podido garantizar el abasto de luz electrica en el país desde hace 15 años, y es dudoso que una inversión de 2 mil millones de pesos lo logre. Para empezar, generalmente se toma como 5 años en convertir el dinero en productividad cuando hablamos de energía, y eso sin contar el tiempo que perderemos con la politización del tema (después de todo, es una empresa gubernamental). Para entonces, quien sabe si la vida util de las plantas se van rebasadas por el crecimiento en la demanda (como regularmente ocurre en empresas gubernamentales). Lo anterior sin discutir que las plantas eléctricas en las que "invertirá" la CFE no tomarán en cuenta los combustibles alternativos que ya se desarrollan hoy en el primer mundo y que podrían desplazar lo que hoy se usa aquí en menos de 10 años...

    Y no sé quién te dijo que el gastar dinero prestado "disminuía" el efecto de la crisis económica mundial, pero te mintió. Lo único que hace es posponerlo.

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  • dnew

    dnew

    March 10, 2015, 6:20 pm

    > Inserting a few bytes into a running program's image is not modification.

    OK, so you didn't actually look at those links I provided. Fair enough.

    > You are asking me, "Why should software be free?"

    I have said repeatedly that's not what I'm asking you.

    > We've been talking about free software.

    No, *you* have been talking about free software in general. You keep changing the subject.

    > You have not shown it to be possible to obtain the corresponding source

    Now you're changing your criterion a third time.

    > prohibitively expensive to do

    I already said that. You're obviously not even reading what I wrote.

    > If every user does not have the ability to modify the software they use,

    ... then they're making different decisions than you are. You don't get to modify every movie you see, or to restructure every building you rent.

    Every user can modify the software they use. It just costs more than people want to pay. Therefore, it is a question of economics, not a question of freedom. Nobody makes you use software that isn't free. Nobody makes you use software at all. There are all kinds of computer programs you definitely should not have the source code to, and with which you definitely should not be tinkering. The software that runs your cell phone should definitely not be free, nor should you have the source to the software that runs the 747 flight control systems just because you bought a ticket to ride the plane.

    You figured out you couldn't defend software escrow, so you ignored that. You figured out that you were wrong about it being impossible to modify code without source, so you added three new criteria and then threw in economic arguments. You're a fanatic. Good bye.

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  • Odusei

    Odusei

    March 10, 2015, 2:13 pm

    I feel that I've already responded to this claim a few times now, but let me give it one last shot.

    When Queen Fizzwidget of Spain married her brother in Germany, there was no outrage in the streets, no upheaval of moral disgust which was only quelled by the threats of power, people rejoiced. Spain and Germany were now allied. Huzzah.

    Also, I hope you aren't conferring upon me the lofty responsibility of saying "what Reddit thinks." I'm fairly new to this place, so I doubt I've become speaker for the herd.

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