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If it doesn't throw an exception. What's an example of one of those things you would've liked to say, but you didn't want to sound like an angry woman. That person can take the self-guided tour once his or her group has finished the tour.

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  • Daakuryu

    Daakuryu

    March 10, 2015, 3:52 pm

    No you aren't the problem, the problem is she was brainwashed by other "feminists" into believing their point of view and following their agenda, not realizing that if they get their way they will be so far away from the true meaning of feminism as it was originally intended that it just purely destructive.

    Of course if your friend read this she would probably consider my opinion sexist for even implying that she could get brainwashed, I mean she's a strong intelligent woman right?

    I saw a friend post some articles from these feminist sites and every time I saw one it would make me scared for the future.

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  • shoutwire2007

    shoutwire2007

    March 11, 2015, 5:39 am

    "The earth is being held up by its entrepreneur-plutocrats..."

    No wonder why many of those in power don't give a shit about the common man. They think that their greed is actually helping the world.

    edit: I'm surprised that more people aren't interested by this. It gives a good view into the mindset of the banking elite. Situations like this make me think that most people really are stupid. I just saw someone rallying against Universal Health Care because it benefits all of the "boomers" that got us into the financial crisis, totally ignoring that the majority of "boomers" have most likely been negatively affected by the financial crisis. Then I made the point that UHC is actually significantly cheaper than public insurance according to real-life examples from all over the world. That being said, maybe I possess superior rationality and reason. If there are any banks that would like to hire an intelligent, rational man, consider me. I am educated, and I don't feel bad about fucking over people who can't determine what is best for themselves when the evidence is right in front of their faces.

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  • day_sweetener

    day_sweetener

    March 10, 2015, 5:03 pm

    You really should straighten your facts. Iran in its current form exists for 30 years. Whatever happened 31 years ago [*edit: and more*] is irrelevant to the current fundamentalist law and rule in Iran. In any case, what say you about Iran's warmongering in Lebanon? I guess that doesn't count as an aggressive behavior.

    > Fact: Israel has nuclear weapons, developed them illegally. [...] Iran has to spend someting [sic] on its military, given the aggressive nature of its neighbors.

    With that logic, you cannot really condemn Israel for having nuclear weapons now can you?

    P.S.: By no means does the above means that I think Israel should have nuclear weapons. I just point out the contradictions in your opinions.

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  • OsakaWilson

    OsakaWilson

    March 10, 2015, 8:10 pm

    In Japan, "large garbage" is taken out on a certain day. Things are usually put out on the curb the night before. At the end of the economic bubble and there was still lots of money in Japan. People would throw perfectly good things away. When I was a university student and during my first year of working in Japan, I entirely furnished my apartment in things people tossed out.

    My girlfriend and I would go to the wealthy area of town on their "large garbage" day and collect the things we needed. It was quite easy to furnish a modest middle class life for literally nothing. Everything from electronic equipment to dining sets were just sitting there. We would often trade up. They were often things that we couldn't have afforded new.

    When we both graduated and became working professionals in very comfortable careers, we eventually started buying furniture, but even now on "large garbage" day I can't help but scan the curbs for treasure.

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  • korjagun

    korjagun

    March 11, 2015, 3:14 am

    The majority of the libraries I am interested in are C++ libraries, however, which is not at all that simple. In fact I think I read somewhere in the docs that D/C++ linking is practically impossible. At any rate, I didn't mean the standard libraries, necessarily; there are many other libraries I use on a daily basis. For instance, many of my applications use various parser generator libraries that I have not been able to find equivalents of for D. A general dearth of functioning native GUI (I can't stand Qt either, for the record, so that one is not at all attractive to me -- plus it wasn't available last I checked, I think?*) and graphics/input libraries has also deterred me.

    Add to this a lack of functional IDEs (I cannot *stand* Eclipse or the other IDEs presented for D) and toolchains, plus the incompleteness of D 2.0, and we have a language I am very excited about, with long-awaited improvements, and that I really want to embrace when the shortcomings are addressed, but can't see myself using for the time being.

    * EDIT: I also notice now that QtD simply does not work on Windows. That would be a showstopper.

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  • mijj

    mijj

    March 10, 2015, 8:55 pm

    oh .. you mean, create a new political party and have that compete? .. hmmm .. i wonder how much that would cost and how do we get the media to pay attention? .. i guess we need lots of corporate sponsorship for that.

    So, to get the *possibility* of fighting and attention in an election, all we need do is promise our corporate sponsors lots of favors and to do things in an approved way when we get into power. That way we can build a new political system that shrugs off the old corrupt ways.

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  • shylock

    shylock

    March 10, 2015, 10:40 pm

    If she doesn't have a yeast infection, it's probably just her stink. I am a habitual box eater and genuinely like all the smells and tastes, but I've come across a couple in my life that I simply could not endure. It was really particularly just one. The smell literally gave me dry heaves. I don't know what to tell you to do. I know if you try all the obvious remedies and it's not an infection or something, if it's a box like the one I was into... you just can't do it night after night. Talking to her will not help. Trying to explain it is simply too cruel. Just don't do it if you like her and want to stay with her.

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  • pixel7000

    pixel7000

    March 11, 2015, 8:07 am

    First of all: if this *is* a leaked MP3 of Daft Punk it is most certainly unmastered and unfinished, hence "incomplete" or "hollow".

    BUT: I doubt it really is Daft Punk. Daft Punk are known for changing their style of production for every major release and this sounds too much like something from *Discovery* or *Human after all*.

    I also doubt DP would ever risk the chance of letting a track leak while they are still in production. They're too secreteive about their work for that.

    I may be wrong though.

    edit: also, the synth line on the beginning doesn't sound like DP. It sounds kind of amateurish.

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  • Saiing

    Saiing

    March 10, 2015, 8:50 pm

    >I'm not defensive, I just hate when people criticize gameplay of unreleased games.

    So you're allowed to say it looks "fucking good" and that it "should be very fun", but when someone has a different opinion suddenly they can't comment based on exactly the same video you were happy to draw conclusions from.

    Added to which, that was a trailer; e.g. something designed by the developers to make the game look as appealing as they possibly can. If that failed to inspire people, it doesn't bode well for the actual experience.

    People appreciated Bioshock because of the story and the great single player gameplay. Nothing in that video shows anything new that wasn't in the first game, so it's fair to compare the two. Personally having played Bioshock 1, I wouldn't want to play multiplayer in that kind of environment, and neither it seems would a lot of other people. There was nothing new, or particularly original in that video other than having a bunch of people running around instead of one. There seemed to be zero additional exciting new stuff that set the multiplayer experience apart from the single player one. It looked like a half-hearted addition, chucked in as an afterthought to try and sell a few more copies.

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  • keitarofujiwara

    keitarofujiwara

    March 10, 2015, 1:28 pm

    I'd go. And, why send one or a few people? Is it because it's like that in the movies? I understand the huge risk and the huge amount of money, but if they'd be serious about colonizing a planet why wouldn't they send 500 people? Or a thousand people for that matter. They'd all be volunteers so even if something went completely wrong, well, they would have died for a greater good. I mean how much was spent on the war in Iraq and how many people died there... and I dont think most of them wanted to go.

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  • pantera975

    pantera975

    March 10, 2015, 10:34 am

    > being embarrassed or not understanding recursion the first time you dive into the compiler. You have to start somewhere and almost every one of us were there ourselves at one time. So no one will say anything to you

    As a code monkey myself I can completely confirm this

    If I see a fat person at a job scarfing down a tray full of recursions, I'm going to be a judgemental arsehole!

    If I see a fat person on a treadmill at their job, actually doing recursion, I'm thinking "Good on ya, mate".

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  • sigmaalgebra

    sigmaalgebra

    March 11, 2015, 6:42 am

    Yes, you do agree with me on some points.

    But your main objection to my original post was that the US could have a public option AND also private insurance, and, of course, in principle that would be possible, but, as my references made fully clear, in practice in the US the solid intention by the people pushing the bills is that a public option is just to lead to single payer. Single payer, then, means, fully literally, no private insurance in strong, unambiguous, direct contradiction to your claim.

    Or, why do the proposals cost $800 billion to $1.2 trillion over the next "ten years" when actually the reforms won't start until 2013? Why? Because the public option will have HUGE subsidies. Just from those subsidies alone, there is no way private insurance could compete.

    Look, clearly, part of the goal is to kill off private insurance.

    In any important discussion, just MUST pay attention to the hidden agenda. In this case, however, the agenda is not very hidden -- I gave you the URL of the video where Obama wants single-payer universal health care, and there your claim of a private insurance alternative is junk and not hidden.

    Also not at all hidden is the

    "alarming, completely wrong, dangerous, ill-informed, incorrect, inflammatory, mistakes, not based on fact, uninformed".

    from the American College of Surgeons which means that Obama is NOT the person to lead on health care.

    You're just not paying attention to the main issues.

    And, to respond to your objections, I have to keep repeating what I already wrote. You're just refusing to read.

    Look, still more broadly, and as I explained to my friends over a year ago, (1) the US health care system is COMPLICATED and in many ways VERY highly developed and (2) there is NO WAY Obama and/or the present Congress could collect the competence even to hope to make changes that would "do no harm". Not a chance. The best results we could hope for would be like watch repair done by a drunk moron with a sledgehammer. Since you are in another country, it's not your health at risk. But for people in the US, a messed up health care system will KILL PEOPLE even ignoring the wasted money.

    How could the US mess up so badly? Or, how could your country have a better health care system when the US went to the moon, has by far the world's most powerful military, dominates in the Nobel prizes, has Bill Gates and Warren Buffet often 1-2 as the world's richest people, is changing the world with Google, Facebook, Twitter, etc.? Simple: The US is a highly heterogeneous country with some people the very best in the world and some others way, way down on the bottom internationally. There's Obama, Van Jones, Reverend Wright, Robert Mugabe. Starting to understand?

    Sleazy, irresponsible incompetence on life and death matters is an ugly thing to be strongly avoided. I believe you DO understand this statement -- take it to heart.

    Again, for a better health care system, we need to wait for a new president.

    Again, the IOC clearly saw the sleaze, incompetence, irresponsibility and hidden agenda.

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  • CarlH

    CarlH

    March 11, 2015, 4:31 am

    Good, but tough question. Here is a very simplified answer.

    When you write a program in any language, that program gets transformed into machine code which are instructions sent right to the CPU, and are built into the CPU architecture itself.

    Any programming language only has the goal of creating machine code. Therefore, to write a programming language, you really do not need to worry about or wonder about hardware as a whole. So long as you can create executable machine code, you have done your job. If your language is *complete*, then any necessary machine code instruction should be possible within your language.

    Any language whether it is C or anything else is simply an *interpretation mechanism* to allow something written in "English" to be converted into machine code. It is often times a direct one-to-one conversion. A single instruction in C might turn into one single instruction of machine code for example.

    In other words, even creating a programming language isn't as complicated as you would expect. Although do not get me wrong, it is plenty complicated.

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  • motophiliac

    motophiliac

    March 10, 2015, 9:37 am

    I agree. When I read the book (which I was so pleased to have autographed by him) I can remember that Douglas and his pilot (Bill, I think) left South Island having never seen a kakapo and actually believing them to be extinct save for a single egg.

    It wasn't until Stephen, near the end of the video, said the name that I realised what I was looking at.

    I didn't know him but Douglas Adams would have been so happy to learn that — 20 years after seeing that egg on a cold hillside halfway around the world — they were alive and courting speciation so unashamedly!

    (* cleanup)

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  • FunnyMan3595

    FunnyMan3595

    March 10, 2015, 6:20 pm

    An ordinary MD isn't likely to help much with that. It's not his field, so he may not even have picked up on the fact that it's more than an ordinary fear. Nobody wants to lose money, after all, especially if they don't have much to start with.

    Find a psychiatrist and explain the full set of symptoms, not just "I'm afraid of bills." From your description, you've got a really nasty phobia that's causing you serious problems. That's more than enough for a psychiatrist to take you seriously.

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  • TheLeaderIsGood

    TheLeaderIsGood

    March 10, 2015, 3:15 pm

    > Heritage as in ancient family history?

    No, but that too. I meant heritage as in your country's history and stuff.

    > "don't wonder about them, for all we know they could be dead or have a family of their own now and forgotten about you".

    Sound harsh, how does that make you feel?

    Russian-speaking - nice one. Do you find that it's fading or is it ingrained by now?

    > Because of the negative reception I am against it.

    As in people giving you shit for 'not being from round here' kinda thing? I'm sorry to hear you've had a hard time. I was thinking of adopting from abroad but it doesn't feel right to take someone from their birth country, though I know sometimes it is fine.

    > I imagine I could have made something better of it without the pricks and shits I've met here

    Still, you're only 14 which is pretty young. Also, you may not have made better of it... just saying.

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  • dettoaltrimenti

    dettoaltrimenti

    March 10, 2015, 8:36 pm

    you could search the board for all possible moves, then find all the possible moves after the first move: do this N times, and calculate the best possible score for each. For example, if N=3, you look at 3 moves at a time: the algorithm would choose a group of 5 balls, then 3 balls, then 3 balls over 4,3,3 or 3,3,3 for example. Increasing N would increase the time to calculate but should increase your score. You could test different values of N and find the optimal time/score ratio.

    EDIT: Also so it won't take forever you could also assume that you always take as many balls as you can (ie if there are 10 adjacent balls you don't look at removing 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, and 2)

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  • Mine1234

    Mine1234

    March 10, 2015, 11:26 pm

    I've been pulled over 3-4 times for going too fast. Have a clean record? Honest and pleasant to the cop? I've only ever gotten warnings.

    I like the one time I got pulled over in BFE (that's "Bum Fuck Egypt" for you brits) Nebraska by a county sheriff's. He wasn't driving much faster than me to catch up, so it took him a while to reach me. I thought he was going to go past me, so I pulled over and so did he. "Do you realize how fast you were going back there?" "No officer, did I do something wrong?" "I clocked you at 38 in a 35 in that last (blink and you'll miss it) town you went through."

    I so wanted to say "bored officer?"

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  • 44magnum

    44magnum

    March 10, 2015, 3:22 pm

    Nice try. Good luck with roots. More BS. Like I said above. Do your research. The consumption of beef or other animal forms of protein have no correlation to cancer what-so-ever. For example, Argentina consumes more beef than the US and has lower rates of the cancers you mention.

    Can you not read popat2000? The vegetarians in India are more unhealthy compared to their animal eating countrymen and most, over 80% are deficient in B12. Unpasteurized milk is an awesome ANIMAL product

    By the way for penguinbelly, It's ANOTHER nail not THE nail.

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  • Vogelbein

    Vogelbein

    March 10, 2015, 6:31 am

    I'm a girl, and I'd be annoyed/am annoyed when this happens. Firstly, I don't care what random people think about me, and I don't want to spend time with somebody who's only reason to talk to me is that they like how I look. Try to engage in real conversations, doesn't have to be about important stuff. If you see somebody interesting in a bookstore, checking out a book that you love/hate, use the chance. You see them randomly picking up a piece of trash and putting it into a garbage can? Make a comment about that. I know, most of the time when you see somebody, the situation doesn't really offer chances like this, but why would anybody want to talk to you, just because you think they're pretty?

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  • braneworld

    braneworld

    March 10, 2015, 5:53 pm

    Comparing Obama's attempt to bring the Olympics to his home city and GWB's mission accomplished is apples and oranges. No one is dying over Obama's olympic bid.

    As for the rest fo your argument - you may have a point that Obama is trying to deal with a large amount of initiatives in a small window of time. Most of that is just the political/economic reality he inherited. The rest is just politics 101. You are more likely to enact meaningful change if you push fast and hard.

    It's kind of like a liberal/progressive "shock doctrine".

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