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  • ThePain

    ThePain

    March 10, 2015, 6:43 am

    I really truly wish to have this discussion with people face to face, as I am probably missing something, but not a single person here has apparently explained this correctly.

    It is not one choice but two. The first choice is one in three. The second choice is one in two. Everyone is getting caught up on the first choice even though it has no bearing on the second.

    Do I really need to copy-paste my entire original post so people will maybe read it once. If I showed a MILLION doors, and then told you I was going to remove 999,998 of them and let you pick between the right door and the wrong door, your odds of getting the **SECOND CHOICE** ARE NOT ONE IN A MILLION BECAUSE YOU DO NOT HAVE A MILLION CHOICES! YOU HAVE 2! TWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. There's no 3rd door to pick from, there's no three hundred forty-two thousand eight hundred and fifth door to choose from. There's one and then there's two. The 999,998 doors WERE NEVER GOING TO BE RIGHT AND THERE WAS NO REASON FOR ME TO EVEN SHOW THEM TO YOU BECAUSE YOU WERE NEVER GOING TO PICK THEM!

    People are trying to see this as concrete when it's not. It's not three physical doors even when you're shown three physical doors. It's the idea of choosing one or the other. That's where my Doors A, B, and X come in. A is the correct choice, B is the incorrect choice, and X is the choice you will never make. X can be door number 3, or door number 3- 999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999. No matter how many doors you want to put up there the contestant is literally never going to pick them, because they only get one choice, so they can't pick anything but their door. If they pick door number 456,345,764 they THINK They picked door 456,345,764 but IN REALITY all they picked was door one of two.

    It's the fucking Matrix. There is no spoon. There is no third door. You only see a third door because someone told you those were your options when in the Monty Hall situation there is in fact only right and wrong in the end. (And the Monty Hall situation All but two options are removed for your second choice, no matter how many options were shown in the first choice)

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  • eramos

    eramos

    March 10, 2015, 7:20 pm

    >the libertarians say he is a libertarian

    Which ones?

    >he ran on the Libertarian Party ticket

    The Libertarian Party and libertarianism are two very different things

    >I am even pretty sure he calls himself a libertarian

    Mugabe calls himself a champion of freedom and justice

    >He may not be the "ultimate", but you admit he gets lots of libertarian support. ncluding, when I have discussed it, Paul's efforts to bring back forced prayer in the public schools. It may well not be a libertarian goal, but it is something lots of them seem quite willing to get behind.

    Yeah, he does get a lot of support. Doesn't mean his word is libertarian gospel. Again, do communists love killing people because Stalin was a communist and killed people? All Paul's beliefs can't be used as the standard for libertarianism just because he has a lot of libertarian beliefs.

    >FWIIW Obama is not the standard bearer of any socialists here, didn't run on any Socialist Party ticket, and does not call himself a socialist. Your analogy fails in all ways I can see.

    That's because socialism is a dirty word in the US. It doesn't change the fact he's more of a socialist than most US politicians.

    You're way too attached to labels. If I call myself something, that doesn't make it so and vice versa.

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  • nooneelse

    nooneelse

    March 11, 2015, 12:00 am

    Yeah, in most all the sci-fi I outline but seldom work on writing, when we finally get to talk to the aliens they are bemused, or something like it, by our enthusiasm for such impractical technologies. Like a cave man asking why we don't just strap wings on our arms to fly like the birds.

    Us: "Sweet, you guys are awesome; you using wormholes and stuff?"

    Them: "No, those things aren't worth the trouble, if you ask me. Two Gigayears of trying and never anything that stably bridges a distance longer than 1/3 of a meter. Sucks."

    Us: "Wait they are wormholes, why should the distance matter? I thought that was the whole point, distance doesn't matter."

    Them: "Yeah, you'd think that, but then you go to make the things, and it turns out pulling the bridged points away from each other is tough just because of all the other stuff you build to focus and control all that energy in the right way. There are some crackpots out in a globular cluster, let's see, oh, you call it M15, yeah those nuts claim to have gotten something 2m long. Never did share their data though, the cranks. Of course, some really good work out of that group, before they went fruity, showed that if you could get to about 2km you are pretty much home free... yeah, intergalactic travel in an afternoon. That would be cool. But, no. One third of a meter. Kinda lame, going through all that work to travel 1/3 of a meter."

    Us: "I don't get it, why is that the limit? Can you anchor them to something and pull or something."

    Them: "Yeah, anchor and pull, sounds good. If you want, I can help with some genetic engineering to expand your brain (or switch it from that inefficient system of cells you are using) so that you can hear out and understand the issues, but what you'll find is that, well there are a few design considerations that you have failed to consider all together. I'll forward some stuff to your scientific community, if you like, how's that?"

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  • WhatHathGodWrought

    WhatHathGodWrought

    March 10, 2015, 4:16 pm

    did you use margin?

    what was it like getting your first margin call?

    what is the most you lost? in the quickest time?

    did you ever hold a position overnight?

    did you use yahoo finance message boards for advice?

    did you have formal training? a mentor? did you at least read a book?

    was the 100K money that you afforded to lose?

    what was the original sum of money that you put in your account?

    did this ruin your family/relationship? surely you have money somehow to keep going with life, no?

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  • richie_ny

    richie_ny

    March 11, 2015, 7:29 am

    The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the iniquities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men. Blessed is he, who in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of darkness, for he is truly his brother's keeper and the finder of lost children. And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and furious anger those who would attempt to poison and destroy my brothers. And you will know my name is the Lord when I lay my vengeance upon thee.

    -Jules Winnfield, Pulp Fiction, 1994

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  • brock_lee

    brock_lee

    March 10, 2015, 6:37 am

    This was in the mid 90's. Back then, the CCC industry was actually a little more noble than it is now. Essentially, if you were behind on your debts, the CCC office would contact your creditors on your behalf, and work out a repayment plan. Almost always, the creditors would waive interest, and so on. It was worth it to them to help the consumer avoid bankruptcy. So, every one won. The consumer would stay out of bankruptcy, the creditor would get paid more than they would if the consumer went bankrupt, the CCC office made money by withholding some of the payments as their fee, and we made money by selling the CCC offices software which would handle the task of calculating how to pay down someone's debt.

    For instance, if you had three creditors, who you owed various amounts to, with various interest rates, our software would say that if you paid $300 a month for 3 years, you would be debt free. It handled all the cases where, for instance, if you paid one debt off, it would reallocate the $300 payment, paying more to the remaining creditors, etc.

    I say it was more noble because they actually wanted to help consumers. They made their money by withholding 15% of the payments as their "fair share" fee. So, you would come in, for instance, and give them $100 to be allocated to your Visa card. THEY would send $85 to Visa, and keep $15 for their fee. They would also tell Visa to credit your account with the entire $100 payment. Which Visa did. The credit cards were willing to go along with this at the time. Nowadays, they are not, because of the stricter bankruptcy laws, they don't have to. So, the CCC agencies now charge the clients a fee, rather than charging the creditors. Everything was done through your local CCC office. You paid them (in cash) the single monthly payment, and they bundled everyone's payments to the same creditor, and sent them a single payment. For instance, if they had 40 clients with a Discover card, they sent Discover one check, and a report showing how that payment was to be allocated to the 40 clients.

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  • avacadomotto

    avacadomotto

    March 10, 2015, 2:26 pm

    Which is more important to you, the weed or the girl? That's the question you need to answer for yourself, and you need to commit to whichever decision you choose. If you don't give up weed, you'll lose the girl. If you do give up weed, you'll keep the girl. Don't try to sweet talk her into accepting your habit because it won't work and it will only make her upset and more steadfast in her decision. You can only have one or the other, and if you decide to quit you need to actually quit. Not "show her the effort 2 or 3 times" because you've quit and then fallen back on old habits. That isn't really quitting. That's taking a break. If someone quits his job, he doesn't start going back to it a few months later before trying to leave again. He doesn't go back. That's what quitting is.

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  • DCMurphy

    DCMurphy

    March 10, 2015, 11:49 pm

    Don't mix business with pleasure. My friends who are drug dealers fuck me on prices all the time, but I used to be that guy when I sold too. In the end, you want to know your source. Just try to obey these rules:

    1. Know his hours. Don't call your friend for weed or anything if he's probably sleeping or at work. Furthermore, if they don't pick up on the first call or text, then don't keep sending them. That shit's really annoying.

    2. Try not to buy from him every time you guys hang out. This might make him feel used. Instead, if you buy an eighth or a quarter and then sit on it for a while, but when you guys chill have some to throw in.

    3. When dealing with prices, you need to know your wiggle room. Unless you guys are really good friends and you both know how to handle business, never ask him about his source or connection or what he pays, this will make it seem like you're trying to jump the dealer ladder and is kind of intrusive and rude.

    4. When it comes time for you to buy, try not to bitch about little things. It's one thing if the 1/8 you buy is short half a gram, it's a totally different thing if it's short by 0.1. It's usually best to buy more than you know you're going to smoke today. Buying in bulk not only saves you money, but it'll also make things easier for him. If you ask for a 20, and he's got 8-1/8 bags made up, then he needs to find somewhere to sell the other part of that 1/8.

    5. Finally, if you want to really be friends, then you need to do more than just smoke up together. Even if it's a night out at the bar or if you guys catch a movie or whatever, if weed is part of your interactions all the time then, admit it or not, you will be using him.

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  • orblivion

    orblivion

    March 11, 2015, 4:41 am

    And this is an example of why I'm a libertarian, not a conservative. I have no sympathy for the host's sentiment that it's "our" (which really means the government's) job to send messages to our children. Buckley seems to think that drug legalization is the practical thing to do in spite of *agreeing* with this. I, on the other hand, don't want the government in that business, that's parents' job, and different parents rightly have their own standards. Furthermore, I think that things like prohibition put everyone, young and old, in the mindset that the government's laws are there to set a moral example. And yeah, now that people are starting to see that prohibition is a bad idea, the government may be forced to take an action that does indeed send the message that drugs are ok to a lot of young people. So I think that coupling morality and government is not only wrong, but dangerous.

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  • elementalist

    elementalist

    March 10, 2015, 8:36 am

    Picture Florida. In July. One of those little ponds developers like to build communities and apartment complexes around. Overgrown with water lilies and other plants. My job - use a row boat to go around and pull these suckers. Any idea how heavy a water logged plant is or how firmly they can be attached? Not easy to pull from a little boat in 95 degree weather.

    4 hours into the process I see snakes shooting around my boat and I remember that Florida has all four deadly north american snakes and I am risking my life for the minimum wage. Fuck that.

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  • TrailofDead

    TrailofDead

    March 10, 2015, 2:26 pm

    As a pretty good cook with varied cuisines and techniques under my belt, the thing that always fascinated me about the contestants on this show is this.

    Your given an ingredient (or set of ingredients) and you have to design and implement (yes, i'm an engineer) a dish in so little time in the quick fire. This is cooking by ingredient. Whereas, I cook by recipe (think of what I want to cook, then go buy the ingredients).

    Honestly, cooking by ingredient scares the hell out of me. How to you come up with something innovative and cook it in that amount of time?

    Honestly, I thought that would be the downfall of most contestants, yet I'm continually surprised by the innovation that can happen in 30 minutes. Is this just derived from experience?

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  • krumbs

    krumbs

    March 10, 2015, 9:43 am

    >Hey bob, this is rob fusari , I found and. Produced lady gaga and I just wanted to tell you I couldn't Agree more with this piece . Gaga started off as a real artist, la reid told her in a meeting that she was gonna change music for female artists, needless to say he signed her and dropped her 3 months later without hearing a stitch of music. Oddly enough jimmy iovine signed her without hearing any music so this was going to go where it went from the start ,now it's turned into a circus freak show. Granted I have been dealing with the drama/ fashion show for 3 years while working on gaga.. But now she's for the world to pay there 2 dollars to see the traveling side show bearded lady - Rob fusari

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  • railstay

    railstay

    March 10, 2015, 8:36 pm

    Some people actually thought "hard" things like Traits and drastically different gameplay options because of character creation were fun. For example, if you had an Intelligence rating less than 4 in FO2, you literally play the game as a retard. You speak in nothing but simple drivel and people pity you, insult you, ignore you or outright attack you. It's a nice touch. A contrast between learned skills and bionic abilities like in Deus Ex and the System Shocks were also a nice touch. When these concepts were dumbed down in Bioshock, learned skills were removed and your Adam abilities essentially became more guns instead of being distinct and separate from guns, I thought that was a pretty bad touch.

    It just makes the games very, very generic.

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  • BrutePhysics

    BrutePhysics

    March 11, 2015, 3:46 am

    Obama as a liar i'll agree to because every politician is a liar, every person is a liar (though i'm sure our two views on the extent and destructiveness of his lies vary). But Obama as a socialist? There is no way in hell that Obama is even remotely close to a socialist, supporting a social program does not mean he is socialist... a socialist is much more extreme than anything Obama would even attempt to think about. In terms of world politics Obama is easily right of center.

    Just because nobody is calling Obama "nana poopyface" (made up name) doesn't drop them from the charge of name calling. The point of name calling is to devalue that person in some way by linking them with something bad, Socialism in America has the boogieman effect. If someone can link Obama and socialism then they have generalized (falsely) his views in such a way that people will immediately dislike him for anything.

    As for the "thuggery and theft" vs. social programs issue, that is a legitimate issue to debate because it is at the heart, about the role of the government and the nature of a human social group. We may be on different sides, and I wholeheartedly disagree with you for many reasons, but I can at least empathize and see how you are upset with having taxes taken from you for something you see as little benefit to you. It is my view that taxes are necessary in order to fund programs that are used by everyone (roads, schools, police, firefighters, military, post service...etc...) and that a progressive tax system is needed to give equal opportunity (not equal funds) to everyone, such that rich can still advance while, at the same time, a higher burden is not placed on the poor so that they too can advance.

    My question to you would be, without taxes, how do we fund even the necessary programs (roads etc..)? If you get rid of federal tax and limit it to state tax, then you only transfer the "thuggery and thievery" to a smaller level not eliminate it. And if you rely on the good will of others, not everyone is as nice as you, so these programs would be badly funded, if at all, which would then restrict the security and stability of the place you live thereby making it harder to make money... in short, the foundations that cause a good economy and society (of our level) would crumble.

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  • Slippery_Slope_Guy

    Slippery_Slope_Guy

    March 10, 2015, 11:27 am

    SSRI's catch a lot of flak from anti-pharmaceutical folks, but they can really help most anxiety disorders. Other than the daily meds, you can only treat the symptoms. Try to find something that will settle your stomach (I keep Tums and Pepcid in my home, car, and office). Try breathing exercises and meditation to relax your mind. Ask your doctor about Benzodiazepans like Xanax and Klonopin for the panic attacks. These drugs are not to be used daily, but can be a huge relief when you are experiencing debilitating anxiety.

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  • Skyrmir

    Skyrmir

    March 10, 2015, 6:11 pm

    The only reason the US has a positive growth rate is due to immigration. Changing policies could possibly cause a population decrease fast enough to have negative consequences.

    The vast majority of human population growth is in the developing world. The most effective way that's been observed to slow it is to advocate for women's rights.

    Outside of that, the population growth rate will eventually end up negative regardless of what actions are taken. So it's really only a question of do we want to deal with the problem intelligently, or wait and let it happen naturally.

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  • Noexit

    Noexit

    March 11, 2015, 4:34 am

    You sound almost exactly like someone that's depressed. If your doctor thinks you're clear of that, maybe you should schedule an appointment or get another doctor.

    Apart from your "mental mess", Get Over Yourself. I'm 41 now, and when I was where you are, 21ish, I was just like you, thought I wouldn't live past 30 and didn't care to. And I wish someone had told me "get over yourself". You're just gonna check out because the world is ooky and mean? Have you told your doctor about killing yourself when you turn 35? Try that while you're in his office.

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  • SilentStill

    SilentStill

    March 10, 2015, 1:31 pm

    >Last but not least: VERY few couples are happier after the child is born >than they were when they were childless. Why spoil a great marriage?

    IMHO, marriages that aren't that solid to begin with often crumble when something 'hard' is encountered. I do think that MANY couples marry quickly in their late 20s/early 30s and rush to have a child before they really know each other and too often they realize they shouldn't be married to this person. Then the child gets the shit end of it really. The point is that a child/children often enhance an already good marriage. The reason that VERY few couples are happier after is because VERY few people make good decisions on a spouse...

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  • moifaux

    moifaux

    March 10, 2015, 5:07 pm

    This is what the public has demanded. For years, the moral panic over pedophiles has been fodder for the media and lazy politicians. Even the hint, let alone actual accusation/trial/conviction of sexual abuse is enough to end someone's career, marriage and in this case, their life.

    If he'd lived and successfully defended himself this man would have still been seen as "that pedo who got away with it". He'd never work around or with kids again, family and friends would shun him, he may even have lost his home if his landlord decided to find some spurious reason not to renew his lease.

    I worked with a guy who was (falsely) accused of abusing his daughter during a horrific divorce. Even though he was never even charged, just the suspicion was enough to cost him his job as a teacher. He used to say "If I murdered someone, I'd be viewed with less suspicion."

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  • karlaw55

    karlaw55

    March 10, 2015, 8:10 am

    Blaming the "government" is foolish. The government is there because of choices made by citizens. If you want a change in the way government operates, you'd better start reading many different sources for your news, paying attention to what politicians do rather than what they say, and making well-informed decisions in the voting booth.

    We have adequate laws to protect citizens. What we don't have is enforcement of those laws. The corporations have usurped the laws and left the average citizen out of the loops.

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