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  • ignathius

    ignathius

    March 10, 2015, 9:22 pm

    clean Class A CDL > *

    i get away with **sooooooo** much crap when i'm driving just because i have a Class A CDL.

    the last time i was pulled over (about a year ago), i was doing 98 in a 75. he started giving me shit the instant he got to my window, until i handed him my licenses (in OK, standard DLs are blue, CDLs are yellow). as soon as i handed him that yellow licenses, he snorted a little, and took it and my insurance back to his car. about 10 minutes later he came back and asked me to sign what at first i thought was a speeding ticket. turns out he was just giving me a written warning. he told me to keep an eye on my speed, and off i went.

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  • Wood4321

    Wood4321

    March 11, 2015, 1:57 am

    >*I've given you two example of using energy control as a weapon.*

    You presented an Olmert/AIPAC bill that was shelved for being a bellicose act of war and was fought against, vigorously, by the armed forces.

    This is absolutely and completely contrary to your efforts to show the military protecting lumbering oil tankers, denying resources, and ignoring the role the Israeli lobby has in these issues. This was probably the most contrary example you could have provided.

    >*US will give a damn about "irking" the market?*

    its an act of war, Lard_Baron. This is the scenario you present.

    Moreover, since oil is a fungible commodity, denial hurts the entire world's economy. Badly. You are talking about a world war scenario if all gulf oil is denied.

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  • intangible-tangerine

    intangible-tangerine

    March 10, 2015, 8:06 pm

    You've probably spoken to many a famous person and not known it due to the fact that they're hiding behind internet aliases. For example, if the Pope were to frequent 4chan and engage in purile knob gags it would be the perfect way for him to escape the pressures of his public persona and get in touch with his inner troll. Famous people usually get lots of money for doing not very much, ergo they have lots of time on their hands. If they're not screwing the fans or doing devil drugs it's a fair bet they're on WoW killing your dudes.

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  • coderob

    coderob

    March 10, 2015, 2:15 pm

    So I never really understood the benefits of pointers.

    Can I assume that passing a pointer to a function is faster/cheaper than passing the actual data (say integer)?

    EDIT: think I got it now:

    >The real power of programming is changing large data structures. For example in some game there might be a whole data structure devoted to lets say a weapon, or something similar.

    >There is no C data type for a weapon in a game, and something that complex could not possibly fit in just a few bytes. But a pointer can point at the start of the data structure, and then you can go through it one byte at a time and understand it.

    >I think that this is something I want to devote a whole lesson to actually.

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  • lydiaharsono

    lydiaharsono

    March 10, 2015, 11:20 pm

    Halloween is an annual holiday which is celebrated in many parts of the world today. As such, Halloween customs vary from country to country and seemed to have ended up rolled into a mish-mash of our own modern day traditions.

    Halloween is an annual celebration held on the night of October 31, especially by children dressing in costumes and going door-to-door collecting sweets, fruit, and other treats. Over and above this trick-or-treating, the Halloween comes with many other traditional activities.

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  • nostrademons

    nostrademons

    March 11, 2015, 7:47 am

    Finished a rewrite of a 100k-user Harry Potter fanfiction site, wrote one of the top Haskell tutorials on the web, took a job at a financial software startup and shipped 2 products, founded a casual gaming startup, launched about 4 websites for said casual gaming company (most were lame, but I learn a lot), ported Arc to JavaScript, and started implementing a purely functional programming language in Haskell. That's what was on my resume (plus a job during my gap year between high school and college, and some of my college projects); there was also a project that was confidential at the time of my application, and a couple open-source projects I did after hiring but before I started.

    Damn, I think I've just made myself super-Googlable with that, but oh well. It's trivially easy to attach a real name to my Reddit account anyway.

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  • brownb2

    brownb2

    March 11, 2015, 9:33 am

    I object to being called a called a self-righteous sanctimonious fucktard, I'm just self righteous because frankly, I'm right, I base this on the assertion that:

    * You posted a kitty photo on reddit (admittedly I clicked it but more out of morbid curiosity from the front page).

    * Your liberal use of the word "fuck" expletive shows poor imagination and vocational skills.

    * Not admitting immediately you were wrong and apologising, appearing to most people to be karma seeking (which I see you are).

    * You expose character flaws as an aggressive "neanderthal" who cannot retort with reasoned debate to redditors who called you out, - believing you to have lied. Frustration is one thing (from being downvoted), taking it all out on other people will just lose you favour - which it clearly did - suggestive of poor social skills.

    IMHO the reddit community can be both rewarding and punishing, but learn not to piss them off and it makes karma whoring a lot easier :)

    Yours,

    Self-righteous non karma whoring brownb2

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  • mikaelhg

    mikaelhg

    March 10, 2015, 2:36 pm

    Indeed. What the cloud products that are practical to implement today offer is convenience and self-service, and if these two things ever become expected, that's the end of the growth of Oracle's database empire, since they have bet every cent in making things difficult and inflexible to keep people locked in.

    The public cloud services that are available and are relatively widely used today are paving the way and creating demand for private cloud products from VMware and Ubuntu.

    The blade server trend really helped the cloud idea forward, since people started seeing servers as modules of capacity.

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  • Redmoons

    Redmoons

    March 10, 2015, 5:25 pm

    >audacity to question my legitimacy?

    Of course I have the audacity to quesiton your legitimacy, it is the internet and scams are everywhere.

    Furthermore, providing financial help to those in need is not the purpose of reddit. The people who have gotten help from Reddit usually have some sort of service to offer us, like a shop or business that we can patronize, and don't just blatantly ask for money.

    You are just asking for a handout, and it reeks of bullshit.

    Either that, or you are trolling.

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  • exscape

    exscape

    March 10, 2015, 9:59 am

    Too bad that nobody uses 5.10 yet... Kind of like Python 3.0, except Perl 5.10 was released way before, and is much more (100%? I don't remember) backwards compatible.

    WHY exactly is 5.10 so rare?

    Edit: Okay, okay, so Linux distros have finally started using it as default. That wasn't the case last I checked - which was *well* over a year after 5.10's release.

    My FreeBSD 8.0 system still has 5.8.9 though. There is a "perl5.10" port as well, but as evidenced by that, it's not the default.

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  • frenchguy

    frenchguy

    March 10, 2015, 11:35 am

    He says: there is no cloud computing, there are only computers on a network.

    It's the same as saying: there are no computers, all there is is copper and silicon. It's not true.

    The cloud is a different reality than just computers attached to a network; it includes the ability to seamlessly move instances and applications from one piece of hardware to the next, without worrying about the hardware at all, or having to fix any hardware-related problem oneself.

    Anyway, we may not be there yet, but that's the promise.

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  • b33r

    b33r

    March 10, 2015, 10:18 am

    One could argue that religion is the foundation upon which that mind-fuck was built. Consider that many Arabic countries are theocracies that follow Islamic law and inherit their very mindsets from the Koran (women are inferior, nonbelievers are infidels and must be destroyed); isn't it possible that this way of thinking almost necessarily leads to disastrous foreign (and domestic) policy decisions, which in turn foment anger and discontent among the populace, which then leads to terrorism? And without the belief that they are going to a heaven after they die, how many terrorists would resort to suicide bombing?

    Maybe Hitchens isn't completely right when he says that religions poisons *everything*, but I absolutely believe that in this case religions has definitely poisoned too much.

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  • ftmnoob

    ftmnoob

    March 11, 2015, 5:13 am

    We weren't close. She and my older sister had a closer relationship. I think what it all came down to was interests and personalities. I always gravitated towards the more 'masculine' things..toys, clothing, etc and I am introverted like my father whereas my mother is more of an extrovert. I was closer with my father (he passed away when I was 9), and I identified with him more. It wasn't that there wasn't the capacity for a close relationship with my mother, I just never felt the desire to be affectionate and share my emotions with her.

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  • spam_police

    spam_police

    March 11, 2015, 4:39 am

    I chose it alright. I was drawn to it from an early age, always being interested in trucks and big machines in general. When I first started driving cars at 16, I found I had a knack for it. I've always loved driving and I was delighted to make a career out of it by age 19.

    Long haul is just one segment of the trucking business. There's an almost infinite variety of truck-related work in most large urban areas. The bigger the city, the busier the work. I've been pretty much a "9 to 5er" for the past few years, but the shifts vary depending on the work.

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  • rcadestaint

    rcadestaint

    March 11, 2015, 6:01 am

    I find it kinda creepy when people want to post other people, like their spouses (pregnant or not), for example, or people they take pictures of (for pay, or not).

    I am even more creeped out when those people want others to convince the person they would be taking pictures of that they should do something they are uncomfortable with (posting to the whole world) to feel comfortable about that by a bunch of horny people who just want to get off. Sure, your wife is 38 and pregnant, but do you want a bunch of dudes jerking off to your wife?

    Sorry. Dude, post your own cock-shots. I won't get off on it. (Some others might, though.) See how that feels. You might get some rude comments. There will be those who tell you to lose weight, or those who tell you that you need to do some personal grooming. And as you are a dude, expect to be down-voted until oblivion.

    Try that first. Your wife is pregnant. She is very insecure about her body, and about herself. Her hormones are flowing. The last thing she needs is her husband egging her on to post pics of herself on the internet. No woman feels secure about herself when her tummy is as big as a softball then a volleyball and then a basketball, and I don't have to tell you the transformations that happen with her breasts.

    So post pics of her and have people say bad things about her nipples, or her stomach, or even her hair. Seriously dude, you don't want to have a morning filled with "OMG, are my nipples weirdly shaped?" "Do I have split ends" "Can you see stretch marks on my thighs?"

    Don't subject your wife to the misery of the internet.

    I wish you luck with your twins. I hope they are fat and beautiful kids.

    I don't expect to get any upvotes by saying all of that.

    Best of luck to you, though, and your wife.

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  • z0001

    z0001

    March 10, 2015, 11:07 pm

    So then you have no real evidence of political processes being harmed due to the undisclosed fears of a politician? There are so many known cases of greed (political bribery, etc) it's depressing. But you can't state a single piece of evidence?

    Look at myself? In all seriousness I cannot remember the last time I've felt real fear, let alone been controlled by it. This quality has literally saved my life 3 times in the past 4 years. I don't harm other people for my own gratification. I don't worry or regret. I simply do what I can with what I have, the rest is skipped or left to luck. When shit happens, you deal with it. I am cold and calculating, perhaps to a fault.

    I initially argued against your point because I couldn't identify with it at all, so it didn't sit right with me. So I work to get you to clarify you position more. Then I said to myself, "clearly he isn't referring to someone like me, but if he has examples of this happening he would have some backing". Why do you think I've asked so many times for specific examples? My personal experience does not verify your model so I look to you for verification. And so far you've either been unable or unwilling to verify it. You can reason it out all you like, and it can make perfect sense, but if there's no evidence that there's a problem, the whole thing goes out the window.

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  • WritingImplement

    WritingImplement

    March 10, 2015, 6:17 am

    The basic idea is you spend 20% of your time working on your own personal project. That could be one day a week, the last 20% of every day, whatever. I split up my time on a M/W/F for each of my projects, and T/T for my main 40% project.

    It's important to make sure that the 20% projects are actually productive though. After all, if someone's idea of a 20% project is to play golf, it doesn't work as well. So if you want to implement something like that in your own lab, make sure people clear their 20% projects with you, and occasionally (and casually!) poke them about it. I can only imagine the number of headaches that would result if someone's 20% was something involving stem cells or something.

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  • Luke2001

    Luke2001

    March 10, 2015, 7:32 am

    When people in US say they have the best health care system in the world do they count all the one who do not go in to "real" treatment like Freddie Effinger, who are real sick and might not make it even with treatment.

    Just a question I started thinking about, is cool and all being the best, but if it only comes becouse you dont help the worse cases, it don't really say anything about the stade of you health care system.

    So the question is do US only see on the ones who are in contract with the healt care system, or do they see on the whole population then they argue about the best healt care system in the world?

    In DK the hole population have equal access to the hospital, and thats how we judge our contry healt, and it suddenly occurred to me that US may not.

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  • mikaelhg

    mikaelhg

    March 10, 2015, 3:56 pm

    Really? When was the first time you could enter your credit card number or contract number to provision capacity on the fly, instead of having to wait for the IT department to do its thing, and hoping that you'd thought to order enough capacity, because you'll sure as hell not be able to get any more for months to come?

    This is a new thing. It's a big thing, because having hands-on access to flexible services can make or break a project. The specific new way of thinking about affordable on-demand capacity on a virtualized platform that is evident in the new products is new. The demand that IT departments package services in this way is new.

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  • DoggyLives

    DoggyLives

    March 11, 2015, 9:32 am

    I personally think cutting the intro out gives some sort of power to their madness.

    It gives them the ability to claim that their free speech is being stifled, that Atheists, unbelievers etc, are afraid of "the truth" being disseminated.

    I have a feeling the REAL aim of this is the resulting positive PR they hope will result from people cutting/ripping out their addition. They thrive and grow based on the spin they put on peoples natural and right incredulity and anger and indignation at their pseudo-science.

    IMHO, the best response to this is to graciously accept the book and then when out of sight dispose of it.

    This gives them no basis for the, "You see, THEY don't want the other side to be made public" crap they already spout.

    Don't give them the satisfaction of being able to claim that their "side" of the issue is somehow being sidelined or ignored.

    Their "side" of the debate is laughable and ridiculous and easily discountable to anyone with half an open mind or even a ounce of intelligence and education. This is no threat to real education and understanding, don't give them the satisfaction of thinking this even comes close to a real consideration for any intelligent person.

    They are morons who desperately need to try and prove their faith to themselves by trying to convince others of it. Insecure, frightened, mislead, uneducated and narrow-minded, they need no counter to their actions other than a mildly amused smile and polite ignoring their ignorance

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  • SarahC

    SarahC

    March 11, 2015, 5:44 am

    Money... bills scare me to death, and I immediately need to order tablets to overdose.

    I start fantasizing about death, and train tracks, and hanging, and other things I can do to cope.

    Ahem... yeah - I think it's one of those "learned responses" to stress. It's possibly not the best system to use.

    I'm powerless to help myself - well that's what I've concluded when I've tried. I've spoken to my doc about it, and he's just shrugged it off, like I've mentioned that my hairs got split ends.

    Most of the time I'm not like this at all, so it's not a show stopper - I just worry that one day I'll be especially vulnerable emotionally and do something daft.

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  • permaculture

    permaculture

    March 10, 2015, 11:13 pm

    I bake my own bread using standard brown flour, muscovado sugar, malted wheat grains, linseed, and olive oil instead of butter. Plus I use can control the salt and sugar levels so it's been delicious, just the way I like it and not been a problem for the old diet.

    I gave up barley sugar and reduced my chocolate intake too.

    Plus daily rowing to get fit and stay fit. I shed a bunch more weight recently when I reduced the workout duration, which leaves me less hungry every day.

    Sorry your IAmA is stuck with low karma. A lot of people could benefit from discussing weight loss and that. Where's the love? I dunno.

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  • JudgeHolden

    JudgeHolden

    March 11, 2015, 2:51 am

    You are what we in the business refer to as a "jackass." You talk big and like to pretend that you are some kind of tough guy, but when it comes down to it, you are really just a sissy-boy. Any time you feel like you are man enough, there are plenty of Redditors who will be more than happy to meet you in person so that you can show us what kind of wuss you really are. Do you live in the Pacific Northwest? If so, I'd like to arrange to meet you personally and cordially beat your ass. I won't be a dick about it, I won't be rude or disrespectful or mean, but I *will* beat the holy shit out of you which I think is fair given your shitty attitude.

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  • trivial

    trivial

    March 10, 2015, 1:54 pm

    Iran is sitting on a ton of oil and natural gas and in all likelihood isn't sitting on too much uranium. What motive do they have for developing nuclear energy much of it in secret and not accepting the free uranium from the international community instead of enriching their own? I'm simply asking a fucking simple question which so far the best answer has been, "cause they want to and have a right to do so" which doesn't address the specifics of my question. Don't talk to me like I'm five. I have a clear understanding of how the US government can manipulate and obfuscate reality for political purposes. This doesn't mean I believe Iran is incapable of doing so as well. I thought my original question was a valid one. In the future you may want to try and answer a question instead of speaking with the reasoning abilities of 12 year old on a subject that is in truth very difficult to understand. I've never suggested a thing about how any government should react to Iran's intentions. I've mentioned nothing about the US being some world police force which is an idiotic assessment in itself. The US doesn't act as the world's police and never have. The US government has acted in what it's believed has been it's interest however misguided those actions may have been from time to time and has never implemented any form of justice throughout the world. I was asking for clarification about Iran's intentions and was hoping someone with some expertise on the subject could fill me in or give me more information then that I've been able to find. I expect Iran is acting within it's own interest, which seems odd to me because it's willing to develop such a controversial program for seemingly little gain. Instead a reasoned response on my questions I've gotten idiotic responses from dolts like you who liken it to overly simplistic analogies. Next time, try thinking about a posters actual comment before responding to it. I'm just going to assume you have no fucking clue to any of the answers to the questions I've posed.

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  • foxfaction

    foxfaction

    March 10, 2015, 2:35 pm

    Interesting. That's a very lucid explanation. I have problems with one part though:

    "I imagine a quantum processor that has the software intrinsically built through it's quantum configuration. Just by putting it into function it starts to learn because that's exactly what's keeping it functioning (or to say it more plastic, living)."

    I don't think this is how it works. There is no "intrinsic software" that I'm aware of, nor does it automatically start self-modifying and learning just because it's on. As far as I'm aware, it does these things no more than silicon transistors do these things.

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  • masgrada

    masgrada

    March 11, 2015, 3:27 am

    They do simplify everything by reusing items in many different vehicles. This lends itself to mass production of fewer sets of parts. For a while all the cars were looking similar because they were using too many universal parts in the vehicle design.

    As an example the Aztec was actually a pretty cool beefy design to start out with. To simplify things they decided to put it their minivan chassis instead of a new chassis. Killed the style for the sake of cheaper production. Nobody bought it and they wasted millions trying to save money to "simplify everything and fire half their work force."

    Again, Thanks for playing.

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