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  • MechaBlue


    March 10, 2015, 2:11 pm

    I misunderstood what you meant; I think I understand what you mean about the missing information in Google Maps. It should be relatively easy for Google to catalog the roads by using government maps. With a city of 2 million, it does seem odd that they didn't; maybe there is some administrative hurdle that prevents it?

    A point to consider about Open Source is that some licenses may cause complications for businesses. GPL is generally the most problematic.

    Calling Apple a monopoly is incorrect. They have a 11% market share, which is much smaller than Nokia's 41%, smaller than RIM's, and far less than the 75%+ needed to be a monopoly.

    A sad fact of business is that sentimentality only serves to hold a company back. This behavior is what brought Apple back from the brink, allowed them to gain a majority share in portable music players, make significant gains in the home PC market, and make significant gains in the smartphone market. So far, Apple has been very much rewarded for this kind of behavior.


  • VicinSea


    March 10, 2015, 9:47 am

    >afford to live off their savings

    Even if they have savings, they draw retirement benefits like Social Security and Medicare- for example John McCain draws $30,000 a year in Veterans Retirement even tho he makes over a million a year. People who prepare for retirement by saving are less of a problem but they are not "most" of the retirees. Only about 10-15% of retirees have saved enough to pay their way-the rest rely on SS and family contributions as well as having most of their regular medical expenses paid. If they get sick and have money, a single incidence of cancer can wipe out a life's savings in a matter of months, leaving them 100% dependent on Social Security.


  • xtom


    March 10, 2015, 12:02 pm

    >When a bunch of peopel stand there and cheer when their country loses at soemthing you could say that they hate that country.

    No, it says they feel that the only way to (in their minds) save the country is to have Obama fail so he doesn't get re-elected. Not supporting him in their minds is a short-term way to solve what they think will be a long-term problem.

    >Now consider how much the Republicans have gone out of their way to insult and disrespect the leader of the country they are supposed to represent.

    First and foremost: I was one of the Iraq war protesters. But it's entirely feasible that the Republicans could say the same thing about us. I believe we were right, but the entire "no blood for oil" concept implies that the president is corrupt. Whether or not it's right, it's both insulting and disrepsectful.

    >You want to know what's wrong with America? Your ignorance and all the other people like you.

    You know nothing about me at all. I'm on whatever side my conscience and logic set me to. But I can at least see past the political parties, which it is evident from your post you cannot. You're just another mindless pawn to them.

    >The Demoracts aren't close to perfect but at least they're not as petty, blantantly corrupt or plain idiotic as the Republicans.

    You obviously haven't read the Baucus plan. I use this as an example a lot, but here we go:

    In early August, Obama (while promoting for the public plan) agreed to limit our Pharma savings in exchange for a $150 million advertising campaign. A month later, when that campaign was released, it was supporting the corporate giveaway that is the Baucus plan. With no public option.

    Corrupt? Check.

    Idiotic? Check.


  • Doomsayr


    March 10, 2015, 12:15 pm

    I do understand what the bill does. It will provide subsidies to a very small fraction of people in the the US. Then it will require people, who really don't have the money, to buy insurance flat out at the current market prices today, as log as it doesn't go above 13% of their (meaning your) income. I don't know about you, but I can't really spare thirteen percent of my income. I am for healthcare, but real reform, not simply forcing those who don't have healthcare to buy it. This is simply money in the pocket for the insurance companies. Why do you like all of the lobbyists for the insurance industries killed the public option? It would force them to cut their prices.

    This bill is just a huge scam in all that benefits only a few and burdens the bulk of the populace.

    In order to get real reform, lobbying has to be outlaw, and taking and giving bribes as an elected state official needs to be punished harshly. There is simply too much greed in the people in the government who treat the people like a person pocket book.

    I really hope that the people don't think this is free healthcare or free anything, because it isn't. You will be paying money, out of your pocket every month, to an insurance company, not a healthcare provider, but an insurance company by force.

    This is the equivalent of what the mafia does in protection rackets. Open your eyes.


  • darwin_wins


    March 11, 2015, 9:52 am

    This didnt actually happen to me but my mother mentioned this to me. She has mentioned too many times that in the middle of the day or night, she sometimes sees a figure of human size. The figure is dressed in a black robe like the ones you see in LOTR, that have no face.

    Personally I dont believe in ghosts or anything and I just think its your mind that projects an image that your brain interprets as real. But that is because I havent seen anything like that and would believe it if I see it myself.


  • SwabTheDeck


    March 11, 2015, 9:56 am

    The only reason that software is expensive is because software engineers are expensive. Other than that, software has enormous financial advantages over traditional manufacturing industries. There are hardly any raw materials required and once the original product is made, it can be replicated at costs that approach zero. I don't really buy his assertion about hardware expenses. Even if you had deep pockets and upgraded the hardware annually (which is probably far too often), those costs are still insignificant compared to payroll costs, office leases, employee benefits, or whatever else is required to keep the butts in the seats to write code.


  • psilocylian


    March 11, 2015, 9:10 am

    I just feel it should be mentioned that positively identifying a mushroom is pretty difficult. There are millions of different mushrooms and many of them look nearly identical. Some of them are so poisonous you will have a very very bad day (week, month, if you last that long) if you eat them.

    Don't want to sound like the old "Get off mah lawn!" man but I had to throw the warning out there. Good hunting though, if you're willing and educated enough to find the right ones. Look out for bugs too.

    edit: guess I failed to read through all of the comments, other people warn of this as well. You can never have enough warnings with something like this though.


  • CarlH


    March 10, 2015, 1:47 pm

    > Would each character always be stored in RAM separately.

    Yes. Every single address in RAM corresponds to a single BYTE. There is a memory address for every byte. Every character takes up one byte of space, 8 bits.

    Therefore, if we store 10 characters, we will require exactly 10 bytes. Each character will be stored at a byte with a unique memory address.

    > Given enough room could "abc123" be stored at a single address?

    A single address is only one byte long. Therefore, an entire string cannot be stored in a single address. You can however store a string by first storing the "a" in a byte, then storing "b" in the next byte, then "c", etc.

    Hope this helps.


  • evilmatt535


    March 10, 2015, 1:35 pm

    > I long lost contact with the owner of the tape

    If i see him I'll ask, as far as i know he still lives in the 'hood. These people became jobless scumbags for the most part and we no longer move in the same circle.

    Also you will save me the trouble of googling step by step instructions on how to transfer those 1/2 " tapes to mp3 using ubuntu and provide me with a link. You can wait till I let you know i have the tape or start researching now. Your call. I prefer it through that witty "let me google that for you" site.


  • anxietytoohigh


    March 10, 2015, 5:30 pm

    Right now all I can think of is that everything is a mess and nothing will ever get fixed. Even when I try to think of good things I see them all going wrong.

    I am literally afraid of almost everything at this point. Every noise I hear is making me stop dead in my tracks.

    The anxiety has been higher than normal most of this morning and it keeps growing and growing. I am starting to feel sick to my stomach and my chest tightening and those are usually signs for me that it will happen within a half an hour.


  • wretcheddawn


    March 10, 2015, 6:19 am

    > what does premarital sex have to with that though?

    1. It's against the Bible.

    2. Most abortions are the result of an unwanted pregnancy resulting from premarital sex.

    3. Evidence shows that the best situation for a child is to have two married parents of opposite sex. Marriage is a commitment to the other person, if you are not willing to commit to the other person, why are you having a kid with them when you are unsure if you will stay with them long enough to raise the child? (as shown by your lack of commitment) Most unmarried people don't.


  • lordofthejungle


    March 10, 2015, 1:09 pm

    I don't understand the implications of this as i don't know the circumstances of the accusations that transpired. However, if people are reasonably certain of the circumstances of what transpired and are from Toronto, I believe a **BOYCOTT** is in order. Cancel your subscriptions and **boycott** these sonsabitches. The editorial committee would have signed off on this too, so it's not just the "reporter" who is at fault. Show these people you're serious about false reporting and printing bullshit.


  • Magento


    March 10, 2015, 11:21 pm

    LOL. You are totally missing the point retard. For mankind and for humans as a species we are well benefitted by the fact that we take care of weaker individuals AND lots of females. BUT he argues like there is no point to take care of his offspring because of it's lack of ability to reproduce. The FACT is that a healthy man can theoretically have an almost infinite number of children, but a woman has limited number of childer she can have. I was just trying to show how wrong it would be to not take care of the least effective reproducers, just because that is "evolution". I'm just making the an insane argument, to show him that's it totally BS to pull evolution into this. I'll even do the math for ya if its still unclear. If his GF gets 5 boys and 5 girls and the all go for maximum reproduction, the will get something like 50 kids and the boys should be able to make at least 500. If she instead get's only 8 boys (aborting the girl fetuses obviously cuts down on the number of kids she can squeeze out) the 8 boy will still be able to spread the familiy gene to hundreds of more childer. My argument is totally off the hook and totally INSANE, but it is still as valid as his argument for not taking care of a kid because it can not become independent and not reproduce.

    If he doesn't want to get his own quality of life destroyed, because taking care of a severely mentally retarded child can be to demanding, thats fine. But PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE don't bring evolution into this. Evolution is NOT about spreading you own genes as efficient as possible, it's about letting the best traits in a species survive. One of humans best traits is upholding deversity and allowing mutations within the species survive to adapt to different enviroments. If we where all alike, we would be much worse off.

    And by the way. I agree, humans don't really need men. Spontaneously pregnant women would be awesome... ;-)


  • eigenmouse


    March 10, 2015, 8:33 am

    > The world needs us to procreate to offset the rest of the population.

    The world can take care of itself. I've got other plans.

    > if you have nothing or no one to pass your knowledge and life experiences on to, what the fuck are you doing here ultimately?

    Enjoying life. Thanks for asking.

    > So, you spend your disposable income, sleep as much as you want yadayadayada, then you're old, what then?

    I die happy.

    > What did you really accomplish?

    I've lived a full, happy life. That's all I care about.

    > Another thing, why the fuck would you get married if you don't plan on ever having kids?

    Legal/financial advantages.

    > parenting is one of the hardest, yet most rewarding things you can do.

    Actually, it's so easy animals can do it.

    > if there is not enough love in the relationship to lovingly bear a child

    Have you stopped beating your wife yet?

    > I really do worry for the future

    Of course you do, now that you have a reason to. Enjoy the constant stress.


  • dtardif


    March 10, 2015, 9:18 pm

    I disagree. The Tigers and Twins have the worst records of any teams coming into the postseason.

    As far as the AL West? The Angels have the second best record in baseball, the Rangers have a better record than both Detroit and Minnesote, and the MARINERS are one game behind the AL Central leaders. And the Mariners and Rangers have been out of contention for postseason for about a month, so their records are deflated, and they most likely would have won the AL Central if there.

    The AL West can beat on Oakland, who has the best record of any last place division team in baseball. The AL Central has Cleveland and the Royals.

    Half of the teams in the AL West are better than Detroit and Minnesota, and the next team would most likely have a better record if not for dropping out of contention early. There is no way that the AL West is worse this season.


  • flostre


    March 10, 2015, 11:43 am

    Yeah, I read that too. They base their translation on the KJV. This is very strange: Either the KJV is divinely inspired - but then why change it? Or it is not/insufficiently inspired, then you should take the original version into account (at least) and not guess how it should be.

    Example Chapter 16,4:

    > KJV: And when they looked, they saw that the stone was rolled away: for it was very great.

    > Proposed Conservative Translation: But when the women looked, they saw that the massive stone had been rolled to the side.

    > Comments: why not use the pronoun "women" here?

    1. Because it is not a pronoun.

    2. Because it was not in the original, supposedly divinely inspired version.

    I mean, either you're a literalist - then you should stick to the original version. Or you're not. But then you should still not pack your interpretation into the translation, but into your sermon.


  • pharmacykeys


    March 10, 2015, 4:16 pm

    If it were (ostensibly) based on compassion, we'd still be in the Dark Ages. Self-interest is not the same thing as greed.

    Wasn't a major cause of the collapse the loans to people who couldn't pay them back? Weren't these loans mandated by the Clinton administration?

    You're right that exploitation and parasitic behaviour needs to be dealt with. However, employing a socialized umbrella will stifle that "very small margin" from the innovation and productivity that fuels the country. I idolize the productive man. The productive man's righteous state is a state of wealth. This is a corollary. I despise parasites just as much if not more than the average person.


  • andbruno


    March 10, 2015, 9:42 pm

    >Sarah Palin may be topping the bestseller list

    Remember: bestseller list tells you more than you would think. It tells you these idiots do what they are told. They don't know what books they want, they only know what books they are told to buy. All of them are told, via Palin and Beck, to buy their books, as doing so would somehow "stick it to" liberals. So all the idiots who watch these other idiots buy their idiocies in text.

    Normal people who actually, y'know, read, buy LOTS of different books, not the SAME book all at once.

    Bestsellers only show the most vapid, empty books.

    Remember: Bible is the best seller of all time. Tells you all you need to know.


  • shadowboxer47


    March 10, 2015, 8:01 am

    You missed the point. I was commenting on how nations would likely recognize the independence of seceding states, using the USSR and Yugoslavia as an example. Hell, look at East Timor!

    When the USSR and Yugoslavia broke up, the respective nations were almost IMMEDIATELY recognized as independent States, even before many of them had formal governments. Some of these new States had never even been a country before, save faux republics under a soviet regime. The same thing is true for Yugoslavia.


  • anxietytoohigh


    March 11, 2015, 1:30 am

    I don't have hallucinations. Sometimes I wish I did to at least be a fun kind of crazy. It's sheer terror. I suppose this is what normal people feel like when they think they are going to do. I however feel like this torment and misery will never end so just feel like I will never die and that is amazing horrible to have the feeling of no release ever from this horrid state.

    I feel like I am going to throw up. I can feel my heart heavily beating in my chest. I can feel my chest getting tight. My breathing is starting to become more rapid. I am sitting on my couch, been rocking back and forth. My foot is asleep (the right one).


  • Skyrmir


    March 10, 2015, 7:43 pm

    > Overpopulation is obviously an issue to me but why are our governments not looking at this?

    1) It's political suicide to suggest people can't have children.

    2) You go tell the cannibals in Borneo they aren't allowed to have more kids. They aren't members of your politicians constituency.

    3) Until people are dying in rich countries, points one and two are going to override anything else.

    4) It's individually cheaper and easier to let populations and environment suffer than to actually correct the problem.


  • acrasial


    March 10, 2015, 10:56 am

    Well let's see... There's `/var/run/mysqld/`.

    Or, you can just call the `init.d` script periodically. It will check on its own to see if `mysqld` is running before starting it.

    The only real downside there is you need to remember to disable that (or any other periodic method) if you take it down for maintenance reasons. In that case, you can probably just add a test before the cron job that looks for a lockfile: `touch /var/lock/mysql-maint` and then take the server down, then later start it up and `rm /var/lock/mysql-maint`


  • nzeeshan


    March 10, 2015, 11:14 pm

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    Replace the top ad with a simple site navigation (web 2.0) style .. where you can have sections like "About us" "Showcase" and "contact"

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  • bitcloud


    March 10, 2015, 4:34 pm

    >It's not just acting on theorethical potential danger

    just one post back you were defending MURDER as a pre-emption in a domestic abuse case.

    >people that either already threatened to do something horrible, or already did, as in OP's case.

    The murderer in this thread murdered... You've threatened (in some manner) to commit acts of violence under the guise of "vigilantism".

    Check. and check.

    >I haven't been particularly fucked with in a personal level

    Because you enjoy a first world justice system. Trust me, the world isn't actually peaceful and kind and convenient. You have this because you have a democracy and thousands of people working daily for your peace, protection and safety. Easy to forget. Easy to take for granted. Hard to live without.

    >the news is full of murderers out to murder again

    As is reddit. 96 months later and he's "rehabilitated".

    Democracy isn't a solid state. It's a process. It requires constant attention, oversight and participation. It's constantly under attack, and constantly in need of tweaking. One of the CORE things that allow for that tweaking is liberty theory. The notion of democratised liberty, democratised police/defence etc etc. If you think the police system sucks, you can become a cop. if you think the justice system sucks, you can become a lawyer, or a judge. if you think politics sucks, you can become a politician... thats the amazing thing about living in the free world. if it's fucked, it's fucked because of apathy. it's fucked DESPITE the thousands of years of progressive, liberal philosophy that serve as it's foundation. It's fucked *because* people don't use these ideas, services and infrastructures.


  • lukey


    March 11, 2015, 5:50 am

    That's *precisely* what's so strange to me...many of the cities in the south were built before the cars existed. Cars have been retrofit into the city. But somewhere along the line, it seems as if there was some disintegrative effort to remove things like sidewalks. Even in older towns.

    In places like Detroit (the most advanced case for a city fully transformed by the car), you see traces of the older infrastructure, like buried streetcar tracks, sidewalks etc. In the south, it's as if they obliterated all these.


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