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  • ronpaulbacon

    ronpaulbacon

    March 11, 2015, 2:53 am

    The libertarian party is gaining a lot of the 'republicans' and conservative democrats... With serious money bomb pushes by ron paul, we might see more libertarian "take your hand out of my pocket" people. Under Ron Paul we probably wouldn't have this problem. We wouldn't have a public option, but we probably wouldn't have nearly as much anti competetive regulations, and there would be laws saying pretty much any healthcare company can offer services anywhere. - it is because there is NO free market in healthcare we have such terrible healthcare.

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  • alllie

    alllie

    March 11, 2015, 2:04 am

    If you like stories about very short, very young military geniuses, read Lois McMaster Bujold's Miles Vorkosigan series. Start with... hmmm... *The Warrior's Apprentice*, that's a fun one and while not quite the beginning you probably don't want to start with Miles' parents. And *The Warrior's Apprentice* has a feel very much like *Ender's Game*. In fact it's better.

    But you've got a lot of fun ahead of you. There's so much good scifi around. Great books even great podcasts, like escapepod.org and starshipsofa.com.

    Enjoy.

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  • Reikk

    Reikk

    March 11, 2015, 12:14 am

    My favourite variation of the birthday problem is the 'smartest person in the room' question.

    If you were in a room of 10 random people, would you be the smartest?

    Since the standard deviation of an IQ score is 15, and the average is 100...Then with an IQ of 100 a person would have around a 0.1% chance of being the smartest person in the room.

    A person with an IQ of 115, generally regarded as quite intelligent, would have only a 17.5% chance of being the smartest person in the room.

    Even for a person with an IQ of 130, generally regarded as very intelligent, there is a 22.4% chance that someone in the room has a higher IQ.

    Only those who are profoundly gifted (an IQ of 145+) could be pretty certain that they would be the smartest, with a 98.5% chance that nobody else in the room is smarter.

    So, although some people may think they would be the smartest because their IQ is 10-20 points above the average, in reality the odds are that there will be someone else who is smarter...

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  • Keianh

    Keianh

    March 11, 2015, 7:09 am

    While I enjoyed the premiere for the most part, there was so many things that were fucking ridiculous. The whole idea about the one way gate in the base was pretty cool but I find it hard to believe that they couldn't have gotten to the ship without that particular gate, I mean they jerry rigged a dialing device; a Dr. McKay (from an alternate universe) was able to reverse engineer a ZPM; *Samantha Carter created an artificial supernova and blew up a fucking star system*, and they expect us to believe they couldn't figure out how to duplicate the purpose of that particular gate with another gate? Oh and the way they recruited the video game nerd was retarded, so was not trying to use one of the flying cameras to shut the door from inside the shuttle.

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  • evolveKyro

    evolveKyro

    March 10, 2015, 7:29 pm

    For myself here is what a media player has to do:

    * Play Music (range of formats, mp3,wma,ogg,etc)

    * Be able to have basic control over the song such as Play/Pause/Stop/Repeat/NextInPlayList/PreviousInPlayList.

    * Playlist support, just that a list of songs to play. Doesn't have to do anything special with the list.

    * Should start up and then disappear from view. I don't need to see it its not a video player, its audio. aka, no UI, may fire ants eat the eyes of the developer who thinks I give two cents about

    * Read only access. The program should just read the files, no exclusive locks, no reorganizing of my already existing folder structure. I will select the file I want and it will read and play it.

    As for your 'search' I find it rather pointless when I know where every file is already (no that is not an exaggeration, I do know where every file I save is, regardless of when I last accessed it.)

    ID3 tags are also pointless for myself as the file name tells me all I need to know.

    This is for myself though so maybe someone such as yourself feels the need to fiddle endlessly with ID3 tags, playlists, librarys and such.

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  • randallsquared

    randallsquared

    March 10, 2015, 10:20 am

    It's only been a decade or so since a single ha'tak would have taken SG1 and a season finale to destroy. Anyway, the writers left themselves enough loopholes: the Lucian Alliance might well have shielded some or all of their ships against transporters in the last few years, or maybe these were upgraded in other ways (since the idea that they were Alliance was just a guess). I tend to reserve facepalms for when something obviously wrong is explicitly stated as truth, rather than for the many, many occasions when I have to insert my own explanation due to their lack.

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  • JoeSki42

    JoeSki42

    March 10, 2015, 11:56 am

    A coworker of mine once arranged for some youth missionary kids to show up at work while I was busy and try and convert me using some poor excuse for a science book filled with "evidence" that evolution was false. They failed miserably and my coworker was heartbroken.

    But perhaps you could try the same thing with your roommate with the assistance of a local athiest who's good at debate and has a good knowledge of biblical scripture? Nothing works at making people backoff quite like showing them how ignorant they are of their own belief structure.

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  • paulrpotts

    paulrpotts

    March 11, 2015, 4:36 am

    It sounds like post-partum depression to me. I would try to press on with the counseling, get her to undergo evaluation and see if she needs to get onto medication. But couples should always be in counseling together. A lot of fathers whose wives are stay-at-home moms think that the wives do nothing all day. It's often because they don't consider raising a child to be exhausting work. Don't kid yourself -- it is. If the child is four, though, she's old enough to get into a preschool, and if you only have the one, your wife ought to be able to start finding some time to do other things.

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  • kracker550

    kracker550

    March 11, 2015, 5:54 am

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  • Splatterh0use

    Splatterh0use

    March 10, 2015, 3:06 pm

    I'm pissed at Valve as they offers you $3 off Left4Dead 2 (10% off) if you pre-purchase it for the cost of $34 via Steam store. They will include the demo, and I thought WTF?! Why should I have to pay for the game and its whole cost just so I can get the demo. And why isn't the demo out yet, the game is due in just one month and half? Demos came for free to let you see if the game could be of your interest, but Valve decides to have you pay the cost of the whole game just for a demo. Yes, you get the "exclusive" baseball bat, but that's it.

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  • ogrechow

    ogrechow

    March 10, 2015, 12:26 pm

    I had a similar experience yesterday. I was heading to a pool hall I often go to on my lunch breaks. Instead of taking a U-turn further up the road, I took an illegal turn to get into the parking lot. When I got out of my car a cop pulled up nearby and called me over. He told me "two things -- next time take the u-turn. If someone was pulling out of there while you were pulling in they wouldn't see you. And one of your brake lights is out, make sure you fix it. Be careful." I thanked him and he left and let me be. A very refreshing encounter, and I'm pretty sure I'll be taking the time to make the u-turn from now on.

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  • immrlizard

    immrlizard

    March 10, 2015, 11:31 pm

    I am not familiar with the XT, so I don't know how the air flow is with that one. A week ago we had them come repair a faculty member's machine that was near meltdown. They told us that it was really common on the smaller ones because of poor heat dissipation due to low air flow. He continued with if you do get one, make sure to spring for at least the 3 year warranty or its life could be very short. They replaced the heat pipe/ heat sink and mobo as well as the memory. To me, I would rather carry the additional pound then have a couple days every year, or couple of years that I can't use it because of the heat.

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  • soddit

    soddit

    March 10, 2015, 10:22 am

    Anecdote warning:

    I had a friend once, who told me of her first gyno exam (yeah, we were pretty close).

    She arrived at the clinic, and found that the gynecologist she'd been assigned, was a woman. She started feeling really apprehensive, and she couldn't really think of why at first. So she thought for a bit, and then she decided to get a new appointment, only this time, she made sure that the gyno was a man. The receptionist was pretty stunned by her request, but set up a new appointment none the less.

    A couple of days later, she arrived at the clinic again, and got examined by a male gynecologist. After the examination, the man asked her: "I'm curious... How come you requested a male gynecologist for you first gyno exam?" and she answered "I'n my experience, women tend to think they know how other women feel, when they in fact don't, so I figured that if I got a male gynecologist to examine me, he would be less likely to assume anything, and thus, be more careful and considerate".

    The man looked thoughtful, and said "Hmmm, I've never thought of it that way, but you might be right."

    Had anything similar happen to you? Do youy share her conclusion?

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  • 2percentright

    2percentright

    March 10, 2015, 9:08 pm

    In the novel the flashforward everyone perceives as a world wide celebration of some kind, which is very confusing to everyone since there is no such thing in the present. Of course, by the time the future gets here, the world celebrates FLASHFORWARD DAY or wtf they called it.

    Also, the flashforward took everyone...25 years? So it's actually really interesting and not shortsighted crap. It's going to be really rough to watch this show when, in real life, 2 years have passed, but in the show only 2 months.

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  • Fat_Dumb_Americans

    Fat_Dumb_Americans

    March 10, 2015, 9:00 pm

    Mine come and go as they please through the ever open cat-flap. I know both sides of the argument regarding this, but they've never known anything different, and get stir-crazy when stuck in the house.

    They do get into scrapes though. If he's a young and inexperienced outdoor cat then he will have to go through a few scraps to establish his territory and learn to rumble. If there are some badass toms around with a claim to his territory then he will learn to watch out for them and get to know their patrol times.

    When the cats moved home the first few weeks saw some major fights with the locals; but all that passed and they now tolerate one another and seem to show some grudging respect.

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  • Capolan

    Capolan

    March 10, 2015, 10:37 am

    you really should take it all in bulk. that way you can essentially live on the interest, and have your money accrue for you over time. Plus with that much money in one bank, banks will give you a fantastic interest rate in order to keep your business.

    you will need an attorney, an accountant, a financial advisor. Because you have a lot of money you can invest in the "safe" things and still do very well - its volume that is making you more at this point. Precious metals are a good investment, but don't limit it to gold alone - as gold can be volitile.

    I do have to question some of your word choices though - you say you won a state lottery, and yet you are buying a "flat" -- flat isn't something you hear people refer to things much, at least anymore. you hear, condo, house, apartment, land, etc -- but flat isn't a common term for real estate in the states.

    Also -- "ace" your subjects, and something being "lovely" -- these also are not that commonly used... and the way you phrased "buying a flat near my university" -- a far more common way of saying this would be "buying a house (condo) near the school I go to" -- again, another somewhat foreign way of saying this - calling it "university" instead of "the university" --

    these things are not indicators that you didn't win, I just find them curious in your paragraph...

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  • marin4g

    marin4g

    March 11, 2015, 12:50 am

    You stopped almost exactly when the show got on track again. ;) Like I said, it's universally accepted that the earlier part of season three is the worst part of the show. It's worth finishing season three, in my opinion. If you don't like the rest of the season, you probably won't like season four and five. I think it's up on abc.com and hulu.com.

    It was explained that Dharma brought them to the island and held them in cages on the smaller island, where the Others brought Kate and Sawyer. From Lostpedia: "Text on the blast door map suggests that DHARMA Initiative researchers were attempting to genetically modify the polar bears to allow them to survive warmer climates."

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  • centipeed

    centipeed

    March 10, 2015, 11:27 pm

    I find that most of the problems stem from a bad explanation of the reasoning. Let me make an attempt:

    As a summary of the problem: Three doors, goats behind two of the doors, and a car behind the 3rd. You pick a door at random, Monty removes a door that he knows is hiding a goat, and you have a choice: You can stick with your original choice, or you can switch to the remaining door.

    Sticking with your door only EVER works when you choose the car in the first place. 1 car, 3 doors, 1/3.

    Switching to the other door only EVER works when you choose a goat in the first place. 2 goats, 3 doors, 2/3.

    Does that help?

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