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  • TheRealMishkin

    TheRealMishkin

    March 10, 2015, 4:00 pm

    Public auditor in NYC. Half of the year I work weekends, come home at 1am, there were cases when we had to work overnight - nonstop. All this done on unrealistic deadlines, horrid stress, rampant backstabing and bullshit about delivering your best and supposedly learning a lot - while in reality we are all a bunch of incompetent kids who learn very littile in the process. At the end of the day we get no overtime pay, no bonuses and this year, as a special thank you - no raises. We make $50-60K a year, but on per hour basis, since there is no overtime, it is somewhere around minimum wage. I think of quitting every single day. Should I?

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  • Ardentfrost

    Ardentfrost

    March 10, 2015, 5:09 pm

    Last night I needed to prepare a sauce, a chicken, and then cut up various other components. The sauce was simple and something I've done tons of times before, everything else was straight forward.

    I tasted the final product, of course (it was dinner), but by then my hunger was gone.

    Even though last night's meal was something new from my own head, it was largely combining different stuff I've done before in a new way (which turned out well). I taste more when I'm doing something new and perfecting it.

    I'm also more of a savory cook... those who bake tend to taste more to make sure the batter is right before sticking it in the oven.

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  • hab136

    hab136

    March 11, 2015, 2:33 am

    Eh, just being on stage is mentally stressful, at least the few times I've done it. Performing, putting your entire heart and soul into something and hoping the audience likes it - very stressful. Ever seen a concert go bad? It's not pretty.

    As for not making any decisions - some artists are like that; others demand complete control to the point of making their own labels. I'm fairly certain Prince and Bjork, for example, are entirely of their own doing.

    I don't think it's fair to lump all performing artists together. Some work hard and produce their own work; others are just mouthpieces for someone else's work.

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  • matts2

    matts2

    March 10, 2015, 5:05 pm

    >we know their military is full of extremists

    More than the U.S.?

    >we know they seized a British Royal Navy search team outside Iranian waters,

    Possibly not. It seems that the line there is very disputed.

    >we know the Israeli government would like nothing more than to turn Gaza into one big land-fill.

    No, I don't know that. A three week war against urban guerrillas that killed a few hundred civilians and more militants is minor compared to many others. You want to see making a land fill, look at Chechnya.

    >// edit: Belgium also does good stuff with chocolate.

    And seems on the verge of some sort of split.

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  • tobybuk

    tobybuk

    March 10, 2015, 4:41 pm

    The Najd people should not have to put up with it. Driven out of their homes by a colonising army and forced into a concentration camp, only to then have to share it with an infestation of racist civilians from the same army that stole their land.

    Now the thieves who took up residence on the land they now call Sderot are complaining they have to suffer daily rockets from the people they stole from. If they were not living on their stolen land they wouldn’t get the rockets – simple.

    See, it can be present in a number of ways - but I guess for you the truth hurts so you'll ignore the fact that those people are living on land stolen from them.

    But I do agree with you. Humanitarian law demands that the rockets should stop and, this might surprise you, I would fully support bringing the people responsible for the launching of these rockets to task. While I obviously find sympathy for their situation I believe it’s not only wrong to launch rockets at kids, it’s wrong to launch them at any civilians – they should be prosecuted as much as a racists child killing sub-human.

    The difference between you and me is I apply this distinction universally - to both Israeli and Palestinian. You both should be brought to task and made to account for your actions. This includes the people who bombed Israeli buses, the people who lynch Palestinians and the people who slaughtered kids as 'a bit of payback'

    As soon as you start justifying killings you're on a slope which invariably leads to de-humanization, lack of respect for human life and continuing violence.

    You and your friends are cowards. You see the only solution to your problems through the barrel of a gun. You see and treat the Arabs as scum and truly you will be allowed a free pass by the rest of the world to continue acting as racists.

    You disgust me and every decent person in this world.

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  • CarlH

    CarlH

    March 10, 2015, 4:55 pm

    This is a great question, and is the subject of future lessons on something called casts. Try this code:

    unsigned short i = 65000;

    unsigned short j = 30000;

    printf("The total is: %d \n", (unsigned short int) (i+j));

    printf("The total is: %d \n", (long int) (i+j));

    Output:

    The total is: 29464

    The total is: 95000

    You can see here that we have the ability to *specify* what kind of data type we want to use for the addition of i+j. If we choose `unsigned short int`, the result will be an overflow (thus we get 29,464 which is wrong). On the other hand if we choose `long int` we will get the correct value.

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  • gukeums1

    gukeums1

    March 10, 2015, 6:08 pm

    I'm in Chicago and I live absolutely car-free. I pretty much only ever bike (to and from work, grocery shopping, whatever) and also ride a skateboard (though that's mainly for skating purposes, not transportation).

    I ride the CTA perhaps once a week and also will use the CTA if the weather is bad enough, though $2.25 per ride is a bit of a steep fee if you ask me. I also find biking a lot more enjoyable than sitting on a cattle-car.

    I use the money I save by not having a car to buy drugs and other fun things, like dinners at nice restaurants.

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  • MikeSeth

    MikeSeth

    March 10, 2015, 1:53 pm

    > The Najd people should not have to put up with it

    So basically terrorism is okay when you agree is it, and not okay when you disagree with it, and then you accuse ME of supporting terrorism and not being empathic enough to palestinians.

    Just like the rest of leftists, your morality and ethics consists solely of what appeals to your emotion.

    > Humanitarian law demands that the rockets should stop and, this might surprise you, I would fully support bringing the people responsible for the launching of these rockets to task. While I obviously find sympathy for their situation I believe it’s not only wrong to launch rockets at kids, it’s wrong to launch them at any civilians – they should be prosecuted as much as a racists child killing sub-human.

    Good. Then start calling Hamas racist child killing sub-human scum too.

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  • daebat

    daebat

    March 10, 2015, 8:16 pm

    I spend a lot of time on reddit, sometimes I'll just start building some php stuff (trying to get good), I work on my freelance stuff, look for cool stuff to download, smashing-magazine.com is good, engadget.com is good, try to find an un-biased news site and review the news every day, craigslist is good for buying stuff for cheap, try to find new music that you dig, i installed windows 7 on my laptop for fun, get a messenger and talk to your friends or get on omegle and meet new people from around the world, and such.

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  • qualia8

    qualia8

    March 10, 2015, 4:50 pm

    I could be wrong about this, but from my reading, the exchanges would only provide competition within states. While companies would be allowed to offer plans in many states, the regulations and standards and pricing would still be state by state. So, e.g., Blue Cross could offer a cheap plan to be competitive in California, while offering an expensive plan in Alabama, where there is less competition.

    Think of the way pharmaceuticals offer the same drugs in the international market, priced differently in each market. This isn't REAL competition.

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  • handmedownthemoon

    handmedownthemoon

    March 11, 2015, 9:24 am

    The "SNP bandwagon", as you call it, is the only party political movement in Scotland working towards an independence referendum. If there is no SNP, then there will never be a referendum.

    Every single major media outlet in Scotland supports the union and will spin and distort everything to discredit the SNP. The success of the SNP in becoming the largest party in 2007 was a triumph of online free speech.

    The SNP will introduce a referendum bill next year. If they can persuade parliament to back it then we in Scotland will be bracing ourselves for every unionist trick in the book. The supporters of the union are running scared like never before.

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  • xtom

    xtom

    March 11, 2015, 1:34 am

    I'm inclined to agree with you. I don't mind giving to charity and whatnot, I just like it to be a choice. And honestly I become less likely to do that when it seems people feel 'entitled' to it.

    But I guess what it comes down to me is that I want to be able to take care of my family and friends. They're more important to me than strangers, and every dollar I have to spend supporting people I don't know(which is fine to *an extent*) is a dollar I can't spend helping myself and them.

    If I knew they needed it, I'd gladly pay for health care for any one of them.

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  • SarahC

    SarahC

    March 10, 2015, 2:45 pm

    Sorry; your latter suggestion.

    The higher and more centralised you build the tower, the more tec you need to shore it up. The more tec you use, the more fragile the tower becomes, as tec is pyramidal in nature.

    if a cataclysm happens, instead of "50,000 dead", we'd have "1 billion dead!" as the technological infrastructure to produce that food collapses. (Irrigation, fertiliser, transport, Terminator gene containing crops, repairs,replenishment for all of these... it will be built on lots of tec)

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  • foundintranslation

    foundintranslation

    March 10, 2015, 6:58 pm

    If people have healthcare, they are more likely to go for routine check ups and go to the doctor when they START to feel sick instead of waiting (because they can't afford it) until it gets so bad that they wind up in the emergency room.

    The reason people would still be paying for employer's benefits is because they would still be more comprehensive and may have better coverage. What healthcare reform would do for these people is provide government competition to big insurance companies and keep costs down. Not only people who can't pay for health insurance will benefit.

    People with long term or terminal illnesses will also benefit from reform. Kids who get cancer or diabetes, under the current system, are very likely to be denied health insurance once they are too old to be on their parents' plan, because they have a "pre-exisiting condition." They may have health insurance now, but they might not once they reach adulthood, even if they have the funds to pay for it. Once again, healthcare reform doesn't only benefit those who can't pay for it.

    Basically, you're paying for the "bums and drug addicts" either way. This way more people benefit, and not only people without health insurance.

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  • shylock

    shylock

    March 10, 2015, 11:30 am

    I drove a stand up forklift at a restaurant supply warehouse in which most of the product shipped was giant boxes of dishes. You stacked the pallet higher than your head with these twenty to thirty pound boxes. If you dumped the pallet, they all broke and every move you made in the place was monitored and you had to do everything at a certain rate to keep the job. You drove the lift through five story racks on tracks in the isles, so your arms could be ripped off or you could be crushed with any wrong move on the fork lift. The lighting was poor so the place was dingy and cold as hell in the winter and hotter than hell in the summer. It was full of this dust that came off the boxes and poorly ventilated. It was years and years ago but I still count the boxes and wrap them in shrink wrap in my nightmares sometimes. Sixty hours a week and a half hour for lunch. I've had one job that was more physically demanding, but none that approached it on the all around horrible scale.

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  • BrutePhysics

    BrutePhysics

    March 10, 2015, 5:13 pm

    Well, that article is written by a different author and seeing as this was Op-Ed it was his views alone, so Krugman isn't required to abide by the other authors views.

    I think Krugmans logic goes that the most vocal in the Republican party are acting like absolute children who just want Obama to lose at all cost and that this reflects on the leadership of the Republican party as a whole. I think his writing would be different if the Republican leadership had shown previously that it doesn't support this kind of grandstanding partisanship but so far i would have to agree with Krugmans assessment (that it reflects on the leadership).

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  • usernamexo

    usernamexo

    March 10, 2015, 9:57 pm

    I initiated it. I have always considered myself pretty damn ballsy, and we grew pretty close since I had class with him every year of HS from Soph-Senior. The class was newspaper (I guess that's not exactly a class, but whatever), and I was already staying after school to work on that. One day, we were alone and just had one of those moments where kissing feels *so right*, so I did. It was painfully awkward but I told him I always wanted to do that. He kissed me again, I guess he always wanted to do it, too.

    No one knows. I met his wife once, unexpectedly, and I really believe this lady has no idea that I know what her husband's o-face looks like, let alone that we exchanged "i love you"s.

    EXTREMELY. This was the second hardest part about the relationship. I felt like a real asshole. Especially when I saw the picture of his oldest son (who was only a baby at the time). But, those feelings were never there when we were together.

    Answered this one :)

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  • aristideau

    aristideau

    March 10, 2015, 11:29 pm

    Inferior?, how so. If we really wanted to treat them badly we would simply leave them to their own devices and I guarantee you it would not be pretty. I believe you have something called 'affimative action' in the US. Well we have that here too. When you apply for social security the first question is "are you an aboriginal or torres-straight islander" because that gives you extra benefits that non-Aboriginals aren't eligible for (the number of self declared 'Aboriginals', ie people that have 1/8 aboriginal but are as white as you or I that identify as Aboriginals, just to get the benefits is a joke). They get easy access to University courses, cheap / free housing etc etc. It really burns me when you go down Everly st in Sydney and see all those once beautiful, burnt out terrace houses. The just don't give a shit, like I said, they have a different culture and value system. They have to learn to help themselves and stop being victims

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  • mrjester

    mrjester

    March 10, 2015, 11:29 am

    That is a different kind of stupidity and deserving of a slap in the face as well. But the IOC holds a special place in my heart with how they try to control every detail and wring out every last cent they can.

    Telling Athletes and journalist How, When, Where, and What they can report on? Because they have some fucked sense of ownership and entitlement. How does someone OWN the rights to the performances of volunteer athletes? Perhaps I am a bit idealistic in how I view what the Olympics are supposed to represent.

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  • LWRellim

    LWRellim

    March 10, 2015, 1:59 pm

    Censorship? In the mainstream media it's horrible -- even *Pravda* has more honest journalism these days!

    Oh, you mean *internet website censorship* -- dunno since I guess I don't really go looking about -- but from the strange things I have seen, if they're censoring things they are doing a worse job at that than they are at regulating banks (if that is possible).

    The spotty service I was referring to had more to do with routers getting screwed all up and dead-ending, and dns servers not responding. (On occasions I can't even ping google.com).

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  • PacktLikeFishees

    PacktLikeFishees

    March 10, 2015, 7:43 pm

    It's not that those people turned me off of it. Instead, I realized that many people use the scriptures to fulfill whatever selfish desires they have; they use it as a crutch for their own perverse tendencies. This is across the board, mind you. It's not just a Hindu thing. Either way, I took a good look at my life and decided that I could make myself a better person without the dogma and without the strings.

    So far, it's worked out for the best. Instead of wracking my mind trying to resolve conflicting parts of my given beliefs, I can say to myself that I am flat out wrong and need to change. I spend less time trying to defend myself and my religion, and more time trying to change myself.

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  • daevric

    daevric

    March 10, 2015, 7:30 pm

    Similarly,

    > The police and the media cannot make allowances of sensitivity for an accused.

    That blows my mind. Being loudly, publicly accused of something like this can be extremely damaging even if they don't have enough even to go to court, let alone if he'd gone through a full trial just to be found innocent. But I guess we can't expect any better from media that care far more about sensationalism for the sake of revenue than actual journalistic integrity or any unwarranted impact their reports may have on the lives of the subjects.

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  • pavi

    pavi

    March 10, 2015, 7:10 am

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  • brock_lee

    brock_lee

    March 10, 2015, 8:18 pm

    I worked as a programmer for a small company that wrote software for the Consumer Credit Counseling industry. The company worked out of a house (where no one actually lived). The boss was paranoid that he would be discovered (it's not legal to run a business out of a home where no one lives), so we all had to work in the house with all the shades drawn all the time. I worked in the dining room. The boss gave us lunch every day--so we would not leave and get our own, and risk being seen by neighbors. He would literally stand behind me and tell me what to do about 1/3 of the time. If I was on a tech support call, he'd stand there while I was trying to talk and say things like "What's his problem? Hang up and tell him you'll call back." He had a projector which showed the PBX status on the wall, visible from everywhere. He always knew who I was on the phone with and for how long. He would come running if I was on the phone for more than a minute. He would also say things, while I was coding, like "Don't use the file menu, just hit the 'save' icon!" Plus, he was a right-wing racist and misogynist. Everyone who worked there was a white male. Women were referred to as "cunts". As in, "Ah, we had a cunt working here once. She couldn't program for shit. I'll never hire another cunt." I lasted about 3 months and had to sue him to pay me my last check.

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  • wrongontheinternet

    wrongontheinternet

    March 10, 2015, 10:32 am

    The same advice applies.

    You need to learn to trust people again and that means that you need to be interacting with people who won't stab you in the back and also, as much as possible, meeting new people who (hopefully) won't stab you in the back.

    There's probably a little voice in the back of your head (I know I've heard one in mine) that is telling you that you can't do this, that you're just setting yourself up for another fall. You wanna know what'll get him to shut the fuck up? Empirical evidence that you are, in fact, still awesome. It's incredibly tough to deal with because negativity and bad self-esteem form a self-reenforcing cycle. The best I can do is to remind you that not only do your feelings affect the way you think, but _the way you think also influences how you feel_. To a certain extent, you have to "fake it 'till you make it."

    If you find you are having major difficulties with this, please consider seeking professional help. You could be suffering from serious depression if you've been betrayed by both your long-time girlfriend AND your best friends.

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  • raouldukeesq

    raouldukeesq

    March 10, 2015, 11:20 am

    Your comment is about as ridiculously misinformed as the headline. Any all out war between Iran and Israel will result in Iran getting waxed. The only reason Hezbollah's guerrilla tactics worked in Lebanon was because the Israeli's had to show restraint. NO such restraint would occur in all out war. Try 100,000 dead in Lebanon.

    As far as Iranian missile capability is concerned we'll have to see how that works out for them. The Israeli's would send long range fighters on a one way mission loaded with nukes. Iran wouldn't stand a chance.

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  • modestlycocky

    modestlycocky

    March 10, 2015, 9:48 pm

    Passed on to me by a girlfriend's Aunt who was an EMT.

    Some guy decided to commit suicide. He took a shotgun out on the porch, leaned his back against the railing, barrel in mouth, and pulled the trigger. Due to the odd angle at which this occurred, the gun shifted and blew only half of his head clean off. Apparently, after attempting to blowing his head off, he fell back through the porch railing breaking both his arm and leg on the left side.

    So the EMT's show up and see whats happened. They go over and, per procedure, examine the body to confirm death. They check for a pulse and breathing, the guy's dead, of course. So they all head back to ambulance to get whatever they need in this type of situation. All of a sudden they start noticing this deliberate jingling. After a few seconds, on EMT turns and screams.

    This guy, with half a head, a broken arm, and broken leg, has gotten up off the ground and started hobbling around. The jingling sound they're hearing is his car keys which he has dug out of his pocket with his good arm and started walking towards the car.

    One EMT pukes, one screams, another calls for backup. Personally, I would have hoped there were other shells left in the shotgun. That fucker is goin down Resident Evil style.

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  • xtom

    xtom

    March 10, 2015, 4:03 pm

    Those are ~2-3 industries out of thousands of them.

    Comparatively I'd point to social security and medicare, which are nearly bankrupt due to politicians borrowing from them. If the owner of a public company did that they'd be indicted.

    One thing to remember when dealing with the private sector: You don't have to believe in their intentions. You have to believe in their greed. They want customers. The only way to get customers away from competitors(aside from faux-regulation) is to lower your price or improve your product. The company you take the customers from then has their greed kick in, and with either undercut the 2nd company, or improve the product again.

    The real "private" corruption comes from being too intertwined with government. That's where they get the monopolies that remove competition and cause them to be "too big to fail"

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  • i_h8_r3dd1t

    i_h8_r3dd1t

    March 10, 2015, 1:56 pm

    Man, what a clusterfuck of morons on here.

    Firstly, Hamilton is a shithole. Rosie said it like it is, and it was honesty more than "trolling". She got attacked for not ignoring the elephant in the room, so she came out with her feelings. Too bad.

    And about this guy - the star slightly misworded a charge, however the guy went and laid on subway tracks almost certainly because he *did* solicit underage kids online (guess what - Joe Average would say "WTF! Fuck you!", they wouldn't do something so terrible if they were innocent). The headline of this submission is complete hubris, as is most shit on Reddit.

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