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  • cathcacr

    cathcacr

    March 11, 2015, 3:18 am

    For one thing, take a look at polling data that indicate that atheists are a widely mistrusted minority in America . . . for no reason other than that they are atheists. It's *that* kind of shit that atheists get rather hostile about, because they are up against a mass of meanness and ignorance and are trying to combat it. The large percentage of Americans that distrust atheists are engaged in some kind of silent ostracism with a veneer of politeness and civility because (right-wing evangelical nutcases aside) they don't dare come out in the open with such vile, hateful attitudes -- quite hypocritical and cowardly.

    It's not just an intellectual thing; America has turned it into a social and political thing in a mean and ignorant fashion, and atheists are fighting back.

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  • NO2

    NO2

    March 11, 2015, 7:38 am

    Dear Internets, I have become so desensitized to human relationships that I have been able to suppress my feelings for others my submersing myself in the memedom

    -- not being critical, but it sounds like the internet did that - or it is, on reflection, wrong to call it the internet, and you mean that other people make dealing easier.

    That I agree with. I would comment out my first paragraph a bit (I said comment out, lol, as if it wouldn't compile into my comment when I hit submit, fuck) but I liked the whole thing about memedom.

    Reddit, the memedom of glory

    Ask reddit: what terms meaning meme pre-date the term meme?

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  • intangible-tangerine

    intangible-tangerine

    March 10, 2015, 5:58 pm

    Sometimes when I'm singing and I hear myself it weirds me out immensely, especially since hearing-wise I've got really good pitch

    (I don't play any instruments but I can tune a guitar by ear and could the very first time I tried - I learnt guitar for a short while before giving my guitar to my brother and I never realised for a few months that tuning by ear wasn't what everyone did and I know I tune accurately since I've had professional musicians with professional equipment check my tuning when my brother plays live gigs and jam sessions)

    so my pitch hearing is great, but my singing is not so great. So the incongruity between what I know the song should be in my head and what's coming out of my mouth often perturbs me.

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  • sugarbabe

    sugarbabe

    March 10, 2015, 2:02 pm

    First thing to do is to start reading all of the stories about people who have won the lottery & blown it all & end up poor 5-7 years down the road.

    Second, get a financial consultant.

    Third, Learn how to say NO. In fact, make the decision that you are not going to spend or give away any money for a year until you get things figured out.

    Fourth, make up a budget with your financial consultant so that you don't spend all of your money before your keel over.

    Fifth, consider switching your degree to finance. What you need to know most right now is how to manage money.

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  • pearcewg

    pearcewg

    March 10, 2015, 10:53 pm

    I once was pulled over in a section of Miami. I was speeding, but the speed limit changed often in that section of town, and I wasn't paying close enough attention.

    I had to pay the "fine", which as it turned out, wasn't a real ticket. I paid the local association, at the officer's request. Nothing has ever shown up on my record, which I suppose is a good thing (my record is spotless), but I know that I was tagged to contribute deliberately (I have a luxury vehicle...not exotic, but nice).

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  • FeepingCreature

    FeepingCreature

    March 10, 2015, 6:22 am

    You can't make it easier to write code without also making it easier to write horrible code.

    Also: Why would you pass an expression with side effects to a lazy parameter if you don't _want_ it to be evaluated conditionally?

    And if you didn't know it was a lazy parameter .. why are you calling the function if you don't even know its specification?

    Wrt. simplicity: a smart man once said to make things as simple as they can be, **but no further**, and I think that fits the language pretty well, because if it were much simpler, its usefulness would be greatly diminished in my eyes.

    Then again, YMMV :)

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  • randomb0y

    randomb0y

    March 10, 2015, 3:56 pm

    I was using a 19" Hitachi until a few months ago. The only problem I had with it was that it wasn't bright enough, very annoying especially when working with photos, I'd make a picture look right, then view it on someone else's screen and it'd be way too bright! I finally switched to an awesome Fujitsu-Siemens 26" that set me back a mere $500 or so! (which is not bad at all in Europe).

    I still have a 32" Sony CRT TV.

    Both my TV and my old CRT monitor were purchased for close to nothing, second hand!

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  • doodly123

    doodly123

    March 11, 2015, 5:32 am

    You have to realize we , Indians, live in a very transitional society. There are extremes in this country and is not a homogeneous society(almost) like the west. There used to be very strong caste systems all over. It is reducing by the day. Still there are stark differences in mentality over India. I'd say it is a confused society which has started to taste the future but hypocrisy prevails in lot of things we do. For instance, our forefathers wrote kamasutra but now we cannot talk openly about sex, even though everybody wants to. It is not as if pre-martial sex is non-existent but you cannot talk about it. It is a confused society.

    I'd say give us 20 years and may be by then we will be a little less confused ourselves.

    p.s. "Respected Sir" is a english era thing. We are taught in schools to start a letter like that and hence the blog comments.

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  • snowchaser

    snowchaser

    March 10, 2015, 6:18 am

    Yup, I came back to find a note on my bike (98 VFR800) left by a witness. Some boob backed into it, knocked it over, picked it up and drove off. I took the note to the cops, but they couldn't do anything (so they said) and it wasn't worth paying the excess for me, as the damage was fairly small... just incredibly frustrating... It still shits me everytime I look at her.

    slightly bent mirror, slight impact scratch on the clutch cover and bar end. and snapped a footpeg off... the footpeg is the only thing I replaced, with one from a wrecker.

    To top off my day, I got a speeding fine whilst riding home angry with my right foot dangling. FFFFFFFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU

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  • automatedresponse

    automatedresponse

    March 10, 2015, 11:46 pm

    Ans another thing. Roy Asked to be the guy who takes down Kimbo. He knew it would be a big deal, and carry some notoriety. He talks about it in the first or second episode how he wants to be the one to take him down.

    If you ask me that kind of demands a decent response. If you're gonna be the big man and steal kimbo's thunder do it with some style, don't put on a half assed crucifix dependent on your 30 pound belly being on a doods face and then ask for a whopper.

    I'm sorry, but the "being smart" isn't fleshing with the "I wanna take down Kimbo" attitude.

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  • valarmorghulis

    valarmorghulis

    March 10, 2015, 9:01 am

    This question always lets me know that the interviewer probably isn't really paying much attention to my responses, and is just reading from a sheet. The answer to this question can be gleaned from answers to previous questions.

    My dislike of it could be the style in which it is usually delivered. Canned questions only ever get canned answers. The best interviews are those that develop organically into a conversation. The same information can be gleaned, but in a much more *real* way that will tell you just as much as the actual answer.

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  • DEADB33F

    DEADB33F

    March 11, 2015, 8:31 am

    To be honest, the £50 you'll spend getting someone to build it for you is money well spent for the simple fact that should anything at all go wrong with the system you should hopefully have at least a years on-site warranty.

    I got my last computer from scan.co.uk. The difference between buying all the parts separately and having a pre-built system using the exact same parts I'd selected was about £50, which included 1 year on-site, followed by 2 years RTB warranty.

    I figured the on-site warranty was worth that much on its own so had the system built for me.

    When it arrived I re-routed a few of the cables to make the internals a bit more aesthetically pleasing, but other than that the guy who put it together did a great job.

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