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  • oddmanout

    oddmanout

    March 10, 2015, 6:24 am

    And Fox, USA, ABC, Cartoon Network, Comedy Central, etc etc etc.

    Hulu doesn't play *just* NBC programs. It may have been started by NBC but they play a hell of a lot more than NBC programs and even full length movies. NBC might be left out, but they will still offer all of the other stuff. My point, though, is that once Hulu starts charging, no one will use it. All the other networks that were on Hulu will go to the new one. The one that actually makes them money. Then, NBC will likely follow.

    EDIT: Go to "popular shows" on hulu.... Only two of them are actually from NBC

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  • UnificationDotCom

    UnificationDotCom

    March 10, 2015, 8:06 am

    Cocky attracts women with low self-esteem and mean-daddy issues.

    Just be authentic and know that there's no reason to ask for a phone number if you're not sensing they're interested.

    It's normal to have a low % success rate because nobody is compatible with everybody.

    The important thing is to not compromise your personality in order to force something. A relationship that is forced doesn't really go anywhere.

    Don't go for quanity. Be patient, congruent, and go for a quality connection.

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  • gojasonw

    gojasonw

    March 10, 2015, 10:57 am

    1987 Camry. Bought it used in early 1999. It was clean and dependable. Wasn't a bad looking car either.

    It was also a life saver. After owning it for only 8 months, a drunk driving an F150 rear-ended me going 55 mph while I was sitting at a stop light. The last thing I remember was reaching down to change the radio station. The impact caused me to black out briefly and knocked off my right shoe. I came to, got out of the car (sans right shoe) attempting to figure out what the fuck happened. The car was totaled but I walked away.

    :( I'm sad now... I loved that car. I would probably be driving it today if it wasn't for that fucker.

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  • klarth

    klarth

    March 10, 2015, 12:57 pm

    >It was actually a set-up, chosen picture, in which she wanted to show that she educated her children by showing how immoral and violent this game was.

    I'm not sure what kind of point she was trying to make here. GTA IV has been rated the world over as unsuitable for anyone under the age of eighteen, so what good is discussing its influence on children going to do? Nobody in this day and age panics over twelve-year-olds listening to gangsta rap, reading the works of the Marquis de Sade or watching Tarantino movies on DVD, so why do clueless politicians continue to talk about violent adult-orientated video games in the context of them being played exclusively by impressionable kids? It's fucking idiotic.

    The only issue here is uninformed parents buying such games for their kids under the impression that all video games are glorified children's toys - an incorrect impression that seems to have made its way into politics and the media.

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  • Lamtd

    Lamtd

    March 10, 2015, 8:26 am

    > What is, for example, the appeal in this scene? Is it the mediocre lyrics full of sentimental bullshit ('I'm the darkness, you're the stars'? ugh, come on...)? Or is it the soulless MIDI sound, trying to mimic actual music.

    I take it you haven't played the game; this scene is not meant to be taken seriously, the girl singing is actually a renegade general from the Empire, impersonating an opera singer in order to trick an Airship owner into capturing her so that she can reach the Empire's capital city. But what makes that particular scene so fucking epic is the way the opera and the actual game action are all blended together, with the same soundtrack. It was just never seen before, and I can't really think of any other game that ever achieved something like that.

    On top of that, the graphics and music were simply unrivaled at the time, and some of the art is still quite impressive even to this day.

    tl;dr: You need to play that game.

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  • Andrewr05

    Andrewr05

    March 10, 2015, 5:41 pm

    Yeah, sorry about using *"can't stand"* too much.

    Your points are pretty much how I feel.

    WOW, you hit a ball further than that other guy!

    Aww dude you're awesome, you just carried an unimportant object further than the other team!!

    That being said, I don't mind the root *"games/sports"* that all this crap is based on.

    I don't mind watching track sprinting, long jumping or even discus.

    I just don't truly *"get"* the point of grown men running around playing games, I realize pro athletes get payed a foolish amount for what they do but I just don't get how people get enjoyment from sitting in their homes watching it.

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  • aciddrizzle

    aciddrizzle

    March 10, 2015, 10:27 pm

    Unless your state requires a bartender's license (many don't), don't bother taking classes for bartending. Bartending schools are widely regarded as a joke within the business, and I guarantee you that walking into a restaurant with a "bartending degree" and no restaurant job experience will not get you hired. It might not be a bad idea to look into serving part-time though, good money and short shifts, but keep in mind that the good money shifts/sections/jobs (like bartending) go to the people who have already put their time in. You're not likely to be able to just walk into a bartending gig, you'll have to put in some time on the floor first.

    Also, many states allow people over 18 to bartend/serve drinks.

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  • staleprin

    staleprin

    March 11, 2015, 1:05 am

    Thanks heaps. I hope to be an inspiration to help people in the same situation take control of their health. Working in the fitness industry now means I can use my experience to motivate others in the same boat.

    I particularly hoped to make a difference to my mum's way of thinking. She is also obese and has diabetes. She will often use genetics, time, money, and whatever else she can think of as an excuse to not get healthy. I hoped to debunk her excuses and leave her with the raw truth that it's only her choice keeping her unhealthy. No such luck.

    My brother, however, was also obese and is taking the same route as I did. I hope I have been an inspiration to him and motivated him to make changes to his lifestyle.

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  • 64-17-5

    64-17-5

    March 10, 2015, 7:08 pm

    Do you mean osmosis? They might use a membrane that are penetrable for water molecules only. So watermolecules flows from the freshwater pool towards the saline water pool, since the saline water is partly bonded to the salt ions (sodium cations and chloride anions) and are not penetrable at first. So the saline water pool is gaining volume and pressure up to a point, when the pressure forces water back to the freshwater pool. That pressure is called the osmotic pressure for that system. This system can be harvested for energy through turbines.

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  • gorenaultf1

    gorenaultf1

    March 10, 2015, 4:28 pm

    No, your contract SHOULD say that all the code is yours, and they have a license on the final product--the actual deliverable, not the source.

    In my view, software on a contract is the same as a wedding photographer. They are paying you for the final results, but that doesn't give the wedding party the rights to the negatives and to duplication rights. The deliverable is the final set of pictures themselves.

    If they want the source, they need to be prepared to pay a HEFTY premium. As far as making it open source, it's your code and you should do what you want with it.

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  • dnew

    dnew

    March 10, 2015, 9:21 pm

    > Which arguments do you not agree with?

    In particular, I disagree with RMS who claimed it is good to require programmers to release the source code to software after copyright protection for the object code expires. He claimed this on the basis that *he* wants to give his source code away. In other words, his opinions stated in the pirate party article you pointed me at when you first started talking about "source code escrow."

    I disagree with it, because in spite of how much you may want to have access to my code or thing you need access to my code, it is *my* code. You no more get to have rights to my code that I don't want to grant you than I get to have rights to your "free" code that you don't want to grant me. Since there's an easy solution (namely, use open software instead of legislating the opening of proprietary software) I see no reason to give up my livelihood just because someone else wants my work for free.

    > since anyone can expand upon scientific research, and see the data and underlying processes that produced a paper

    BTW, that isn't true, but since you're obviously not a scientist, I didn't pursue it.

    > then no, that would not be free

    Then peer-reviewed scientific information isn't "free", you see.

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  • harbo

    harbo

    March 11, 2015, 4:14 am

    The #1 problem I can think of is that both papers assume that trade is zero sum - agent i gives money to agent j and possibly vice versa, yet only one party gains. I can't be bothered to figure out whether it has any consequences, but that issue alone would lead to rejecting these papers in any economics journal, regardless of fancy math.

    Edit: Sorry, that issue was only in the first paper. But the second one gets it wrong too by thinking that trade has something to do with exchanging wealth.

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  • originalucifer

    originalucifer

    March 10, 2015, 10:22 pm

    Physical variation? it's not like these people are red-heads, or have large noses. THEIR EARS DONT WORK. They have ears, they dont work. The idea that they are developing their own "culture" because they are damaged seems absurd. It's obviously a defense mechanism caused by their disability. I actually don't care what they do, as long as they don't force this disability on anyone else, especially the young that don't understand that mommy and daddy only hooked up because they wanted to sire more genetically deficient human beings. It's no different than the parents that let their children die from simple diseases because their religious culture wont allow it.

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  • closetentouragefan

    closetentouragefan

    March 10, 2015, 9:04 pm

    I just recently had my paypal account limited, I was one of the few lucky people that was able to get it open. It did take about 20 phone calls with escalating the account to "under review" about 5 times before everythign was finished.

    A long question, they started something new where my eBay account was also limited from listing new auctions until the problem with paypal was sorted. Paypal has lifted limitations but there is a glitch where the ebay account will still not work. no one really knows what to do, any ideas?

    1) With regards to paypal, are they fucking idiots? I had to upload the same documents 6 times.

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  • ShellInTheGhost

    ShellInTheGhost

    March 10, 2015, 6:48 pm

    I don't know about reddit, but from my personal experience, the older people I know like Bourdain, and the younguns like Andrew. I don't think the drugs are much of a factor--yes, his edginess contributes to the tone of the show, but that's only a part of it. The shows simply have completely different styles. Andrew's more of a shower, Tony's more of a teller (as another redditor put it: "waxing poetic"). And I happen to prefer Tony's style a little more, not because I'm young and impressed with drugs.

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  • edman007

    edman007

    March 10, 2015, 7:17 pm

    References in PHP are the worse and register_globals legacy support sucks too. examples:

    $a = array(1,2,3,4);

    foreach ($a as &$b){}

    foreach ($a as $b){echo "$b,";}//prints '1,2,3,3'

    Explanation: the $b in the first foreach stayed in the global scope as a reference and the second foreach wrote into the variable referenced instead of creating a temporary variable

    Languages like C have special operators to operate on the object pointed to vs the reference, and java just does not let you operate on objects directly and calls everything a reference. PHP however picks and chooses, and it makes temporary variables very dangerous to use when they are references because the pollute the global scope and don't go away with a simple `$x = 0;`, even though in some cases, even in PHP, references can significantly speed up the code (the foreach example above is MUCH faster with the reference when operating on large arrays)

    The other one is register_globals, when it is on after reading the $_SESSION variables it assumes that anything in the global scope with a name matching that of a key in $_SESSION is a session variable and it will overwirte it, that means if you use $_SESSION['id'] then you cannot use $id in the global scope without risking writing to the session.

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  • hermes369

    hermes369

    March 10, 2015, 6:31 pm

    I talked to someone about this today and their reaction was, "So what?" If it reduces costs to the company and is one more way for them to make money, who does it hurt?

    What I want to know is how much an employer has to pay for this insurance. It seems if they are using it as an investment vehicle and over time they're making a 20% return that's pretty sweet.

    All of the things I've read about it so far say something like, "there are sound reasons for doing this." I don't hear why so much; just that there are 'sound reasons.'

    I also want to know if I can take out insurance on my employer? I work for individuals, mostly. If they die, I'm out of a job. How can I insure them? Wouldn't that be an asshole move on my part? There's something exploitative about this and I don't like it.

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  • sound1down

    sound1down

    March 11, 2015, 4:43 am

    Fortunately, as a mechanical engineer, she is well paid and is willing to support me until I get established. We've been looking at places near downtown (i.e., Ladd's Addition) because we weren't too sure about transportation outside of the city proper. It looks like my options have been broadened tremendously knowing that it's only a 30-45min rail ride + bike to most of the burbs.

    I'll definitely look into Gresham. I've heard good things about the area, or maybe I heard it was a hipsterhaven. Anyways, the price is enough to investigate. Thanks!

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  • Takuun

    Takuun

    March 11, 2015, 5:49 am

    So I was at Walmart (no story has ended well that ever starts with that line) and I only had two items, but I was stuck in line behind this lady with two carts worth of stuff. She looked back and said "Oh you can go ahead of me."

    So I thank her and then she says "But you'll have to wait for my daughter to check out."

    Not thinking I blurt out "Well that's why you don't reproduce."

    Her face went from ^__^ to D:<

    I promptly turned away and just waited in line until I could get out of there.

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