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  • InfinitelyThirsting

    InfinitelyThirsting

    March 10, 2015, 6:07 pm

    So, admitting that one would be incapable of taking care of a *severely* mentally retarded child means the OP shouldn't have a child at all? Even if they'll have no problem raising a healthy one? It's a hypothetical situation, first of all. And secondly, way too many people think they can handle it, and try to love it just like any other kid, but the kid ends up neglected and/or abused. Ask anyone who has worked with disabled kids. I think someone who is responsible enough to know what they can and can't handle is far, far more fit to be a parent than an idealist who has no idea what they'd be going up against.

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  • tundratess

    tundratess

    March 10, 2015, 9:53 am

    My son is high functioning autistic. When he was younger I would say to people that if I could change things so he wasn't I just wouldn't do it. I simply adore him just the way he is! His quirky personality and his sense of humor wouldn't be the same and I love him just the way he is. But now that he is getting older I have reconsidered that position. Now I see how much pain the social issues are going to cause him and I would do anything to spare him that. Every kid goes through trials and tribulations growing up, but he just doesn't understand why things are the way they are. I don't know if you should adopt or not, it isn't a decision I would want to make. Most people only think about themselves before they have a baby. It would be hard to raise an autistic child. But potential parents should be thinking of things from the child's perspective, it is much harder to be autistic.

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  • dtbelobrown

    dtbelobrown

    March 10, 2015, 10:41 am

    The Op's example is not a good one, but his point is. Special characters are a big use case for programmers that is not served. No one has suggested a search engine that allows searching for special characters like "~" "!", "@", "#", "$", "%", "^", "&", "*", even "." **Does one exist?** please!!!

    (This has historically been very bad. I remember back when you couldn't even search for "C++" with google, even with quotes; they didn't even really fix it either, they just made a special case for trailing plus signs! try "C..", "C--", "++C" and "C+++" and pay attention to the boldness. The suggestion drop down still removes the "#" from "C#". Some years ago a lone tilde used to display a slightly broken looking blank results page with no text at all, though they at least fail gracefully on that case now.)

    **tl;dr: special characters don't work and "C++" is a special case.**

    *Edited for superfluous preposition, quote marks, and tl;dr.

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  • sixothree

    sixothree

    March 11, 2015, 2:56 am

    I can't wait to give up looking for parking spots, or parking garages for that matter, or having to worry about being too tipsy to drive. Getting dropped of at the front entrance, getting a ride home when and how you want it, that's what I want.

    I can't wait to live without that feeling that a police officer could use my not driving perfectly as an excuse to pull me over.

    I cain't wait to give up that time I spend commuting where I could be doing productive stuff. I can't wait to give up the fear that some careless person could take my life or my limbs.

    Seriously, bring it the fuck on.

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  • neuroadvice

    neuroadvice

    March 10, 2015, 10:28 am

    Forgive me if this post if a little vague, I am wondering about your balance between acting and computing things, what are some of the challenges associated with this? You said that people fail at this because they can't do both at the same time, are there subtle things you do like control your eye movements? I ask because when people are actively remembering or calculating things they tend to stare into blank space. Do you have any techniques that help you act while you are calculating? Do you have to constantly switch off between calculating and acting?

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  • istara

    istara

    March 10, 2015, 5:09 pm

    I made the "hobo wrap" dinner last night, and it was very easy and delicious.

    - minced beef, shaped into patties

    - potato cut into wedges, 1 per person

    - sliced carrot

    - sliced onion

    Just wrap it all up in foil parcels - one for each person - with the meat at the bottom and the onion on the top. Make sure the foil is sealed to keep the heat in. Bake at 200c for about an hour.

    You can jazz it up with herbs and spices, and a pat of butter on the top before it goes in the oven. Some recipes recommend onion powder. You could also use stock powder. I added a liberal sprinkle of sea salt and cracked black pepper.

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  • enjoyingoffenderlaws

    enjoyingoffenderlaws

    March 10, 2015, 3:59 pm

    interesting, i hadn't heard of any of these before.

    when i would ask staff at the registry what my options for being removed from it were, they would either say "loldunno" or "the only way is to have the governor himself expunge your record. good luck with that lul".

    also, something happened in my state that it seems you'd find interesting:

    some idiot did some dumb shit and a girl was killed, and from this there was a reactionary bill passed very quickly (named after the girl of course..) that suddenly put a core law of our state into conflict. no one has really noticed it much though, due to them only thinking about the poor girl and how this bill must be the right thing to do in her memory, and due to the fact that most people don't have to register as sex offenders.

    what happened:

    dipshit mcgee politician who wanted more votes and didn't mind exploiting a little girls death to give himself attention, decided that people should have more access to sexual offender information, with the idea that little girls can be protected from being raped and killed as long as you know everything about the registered offender possibly living next door to you.

    sure. ok. whatever.

    suddenly you can walk into any police station and present them with a name of a person living in their district and find out if they are an offender. if they are, then you get to have all their personal info as well. this, hilariously, is also at the discretion of the cop shop you walk into. john p. officer may be feeling particularly lazy the day you ask for the info, and simply say "nah. i dont feel like it. go away"

    now anyway, where the conflict comes in- this includes offenders who started registering as a *juvenille*.

    my state has *very* strict laws regarding juvenile police records. they've made it so that if *anyone at all* opens your sealed records for *any reason*, you will know about it and have had to have given consent, or a judge would have had to had a hearing about it and deem it ok.

    this includes knowing that a juvenile is registered. i remember one time a cop came to my house to make sure i was living there (i missed a registration deadline once) and he had no idea what it was for. they wouldn't tell him. it was confidential due to our laws.

    dipshit mcgee has put a rift in that now.

    now, any of my friends could walk into my local police station and find out i'm registered.

    a hole was created in our paranoid insane OCD system of protecting the juvenile records in our state, and i'm not sure that even one person noticed.

    just the fact that the potential is there for people to find out and over react and judge me, scares me.

    i'm going to look into these acts you've told me, you don't know how much i appreciate your taking the time to tell me

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  • nikitkhanna

    nikitkhanna

    March 10, 2015, 9:54 pm

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  • Lard_Baron

    Lard_Baron

    March 10, 2015, 4:02 pm

    **Irans recent history**

    1953-CIA backed coup overthrows the popular democratic gov.

    1953-1979 The US Supported a brutal dictatorship. 1000's murdered by the Shahs secret police the SAVAK.

    1979-81 US hostages taken and released.

    1980-1988 Following popular revolution against the US backed dictator, Iran is invaded. The US supported the aggressor in the war that cost Iran 500,000 casualties.

    The US escorts shipping up and down the gulf, except Iranian, which it allows Iraq to attack

    When Iraq falters in its attack, the US provides chemical weapons satellite intelligence

    1988- USS ship shoots down a commercial flight operated by Iran Air. refuse to apologize. Gives medals to the shooters. George H. W. Bush declared, "I will never apologize for the United States of America — I don't care what the facts are" in reference to the incident

    1998 Irans regional neighbours, India/Pakistan get nukes, no longterm sanctions are placed on them.

    2002 USA places Iran in Axis of Evil

    2003 Iran offers full transparency on WMD, aid on the war on terror including HAMAS hizbollah, and co-ordination on Iraq, normalisation of relations. Offer rejected by USA

    2003 US invades countries on Irans borders f**king them up.

    2003-9 Israel calls for Iran to be bombed, launches practice raids.

    Who wouldn't seek a nuke after that?

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  • samling

    samling

    March 10, 2015, 1:23 pm

    Indeed, that Jack. That quip about him will make more sense if you watch the trailer for "It Might Get Loud". Jack makes remarks about enjoying the challenge that comes from playing a beat-up instrument, which is something most people generally avoid. ;)

    Best of luck with your guitar-playing endeavour, and make sure to do some research before buying your first equipment, as there are so many different brands and models and imitations and so forth out there covering a huge range of quality.

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  • falsehood

    falsehood

    March 11, 2015, 2:51 am

    My thoughts:

    A: He's distressed. You don't enjoy this; it's your job as a Dad to protect and nurture him, and that makes you FEEL as if you didn't do that, even though you rationally know that you acted appropriately.

    B: He's taking the first steps to taking care of himself. "It's alright" is a statement of defense - I'm ok, stop bothering me, leave me alone, are all tangents/expansions of this, and it might be your first or near first time experiencing him as taking that step on his own. You get the same feeling when your significant other is bothered by something, but won't tell you - it's frustrating and upsetting, but having it be your child, for the first time, is something else.

    C. Biologically, you are programmed to pay attention to that voice and that emotion. It bypasses some of your filters.

    D. Like many statements from children, it was real. Like a scream of real pain - you can't fake them, and you KNOW them the instant you hear them. This was intrinsically true.

    A, B, C, D: made that moment significant for you, and I think you don't feel like you ever dealt with or resolved those significant emotions. Now, you can't fix the problem/comfort him in that moment, so its haunting you.

    I recommend sitting down for 20 minutes and physically holding him (read a book, do whatever, but maintain contact.) Convince yourself that that experience is behind him - that he is well, loves you, and that your bond is stronger as a result of this. If you want, ask him about it and see if he remembers. I bet he won't.

    That won't solve your problem; indeed, some people are haunted by such moments for their entire lives, but you need to know that this is a part of fatherhood. It is normal to feel this way, and ok, and even desired. Accept that pain and grief, do well with it, love your boys, and you'll be ok.

    Come 10 years, you will treasure that memory, espeically since your eldest will be thinking about leaving the nest, in all likelihood.

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  • Mr_A

    Mr_A

    March 10, 2015, 7:37 am

    My dad and I used to have a competition to top eachother with hot food. Then one day I went over with a jar of hot sauce. It was called (IIRC) "Dragon's Breath" and was rated 10++/10 for hotness.

    We all shared a tiny daub and had a good laugh at eachothers facial expressions until my brother-in-law turned up. My dad said "Oh, wait!" and went to fetch the sauce. He carefully picked a small section of the concoction on the tip of a Kiwi fruit spoon, to which the brother-in-law scoffed "You must think this is pretty hot!" and noticeably looked worried when he saw the grinning/cringing/knowing faces all around him.

    He shrugged, shoved the whole thing in his mouth and eventually admitted, through gritted teeth and pursed-together thin lips "You'd be right."

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  • hyp3r

    hyp3r

    March 10, 2015, 7:15 pm

    I bought an ASUS 1005ha-h which is supposed to have 10.5 hours battery life. I wasn't expecting that much though.

    I installed linux on it, and havent gotten around to setting up any battery saving stuff, and still get about 6.5 hours out of it... with the darn thing running at full speed the whole time. My previous laptop only got about 2 hours (maybe 3 if I wasnt doing much with it), and was constantly plugging it in. With more than double battery life, I dont worry at all about running out of juice.

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  • an0th3rr3dd1t0r

    an0th3rr3dd1t0r

    March 10, 2015, 11:42 am

    The issue of high frequency trading isn't machine speed vs human speed. It's the issue of blatant cheating. Big trading firms like Goldman Sachs get special trading accounts with the stock exchanges where they get to see orders because everyone else. This is the advantage that allows their supercomputers to cheat practically everyone of money. Imagine playing Texas Hold'em, where your opponent gets to see your hole cards for just a second before the flop. This is the privilege afforded to the trading firms turned banks like Goldman Sachs to the detriment of everyone else. No objective fair person could be for high frequency trading, but it's those with vested interests who make the rules, so I'm fairly sure high frequency trading will only continue to grow from now on. Congress probably will lower the tax Goldman Sachs pays for earnings from high frequency trading.

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  • Odusei

    Odusei

    March 11, 2015, 2:47 am

    Relax, I won't begrudge you an appeal to authority. Considering that this is a debate on the internet, and no one has been called a fag yet, I'd say things are going pretty well.

    To take the second part first, murder is not a recognizable concept. That's sort of the whole problem. Generally speaking, a universal taboo rarely does much to check a universal appetite. As it is universally common for humans to harbor blood-lust at one point or another, we alter what constitutes a violation of our supposedly universal law to accommodate our appetites. The same goes for incest. Admitting room for interpretation weakens the law, be it first cousins or third-time offenders.

    That people find the idea of murder wrong is unquestionable, but ask two different people what murder is and you'll get two different answers. Hell, one might kill the other over it. If we can't universally define a concept, we can't universally condemn it.

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  • repster

    repster

    March 10, 2015, 8:01 pm

    I am going to be down-voted to hell for this one, but the first thing to realize is that it is a movie. It is not a format that has much room for in-depth analysis and Michael Moore's style is mostly centered around presenting claims at a fairly high level and substantiating them with cheap theatrics. He has many good points, but his aim is frequently off because he deals with complex topics in very simplistic ways.

    Don't let other people tell you what to think, be it industry, republicans, democrats, glenn beck or michael moore. Use the movie as a starting point for learning about the complexities of our society that the movie did not have room for. Once you have real understanding, you will have a much better chance of affecting change.

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  • ReverseRacism

    ReverseRacism

    March 10, 2015, 7:02 am

    I'm not sure if these questions are too personal, but I've read the entire thread and have not seen them asked yet. Most of the questions are repeats anyways, so it's worth a shot. Thanks in advance!!

    * How old are you?

    * How long have you been counting cards professionally?

    * You said you practiced for 9 months prior to getting started in live casinos. How did you know you were ready?

    * Are you originally from the US and now reside in a different country?

    * If you were born/raised/educated in the US, how long did you stay here before leaving and what made you decide to leave? (Was it card counting related, or something else).

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  • symbioticintheory

    symbioticintheory

    March 10, 2015, 8:06 am

    How are they continuing their protest? While being pummeled by a high pressure jet of water they have lost their ability to express anything other than "ow this hurts" or "I cant breathe, somebody please help." They can no longer hold a sign or engage their opposition. Even if we use unpleasantness as a standard, being shot with a fire hose is infinitely more unpleasant than getting splashed with rain water. WOULD YOU RATHER BE SHOT WITH A FIRE HOSE OR SPLASHED WITH WATER FROM A PUDDLE? WHAT WOULD BE THE DIFFERENCE IN YOUR REACTION TO THESE TWO THINGS? ARE THEY THE SAME BECAUSE THEY BOTH INVOLVE PEOPLE GETTING WET? Or what about the context?

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  • Mooshiga

    Mooshiga

    March 11, 2015, 1:13 am

    I took it as quoting the language she used, "hit", although maybe that's because I do DV cases in court. The victim/abuser will use a word like "hit" and then we'll repeat it with implied quotations. It implies that we don't really know what "hit" means until we get further explanation. "Hit" can me closed fist, open hand, a light slap, a hard slap, etc.

    This matters as far as whether or not a restraining order will be upheld. It doesn't matter as far as whether or not there is abuse. As I'm always telling my clients "The hearing determines if you are in such danger that you need protection from the state, it does not determine if your relationship is healthy."

    This relationship is not healthy. In the incident described, there is emotional abuse from the man and physical abuse from the woman.

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  • Fragsworth

    Fragsworth

    March 10, 2015, 7:40 pm

    > Or is it (B) that many advanced civilizations have existed before us, but without exception, they have for some unknown reason, existed and/or expanded in such a way that they are completely undetectable by our instruments.

    Yes. (B). Why?

    Data compression. Advanced civilizations will have advanced data compression. The more you compress data, the more it looks like noise. Unless we hit on a civilization in its infancy (like ours, when we started broadcasting television signals), all we will see is noise.

    There could be advanced civilizations living **all over the place...**

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  • waddupeverybody

    waddupeverybody

    March 10, 2015, 8:43 am

    I can answer this by mentioning, as I've mentioned before, that there is not much calculating involved in card counting. The myth that you have to do lots of math in your head is false. When I count, I am literally counting up and down, up and down. The only calculating I have to do is divide the count by the number of decks left to be played (simple division). After years of doing this, counting is second nature to me. Have you ever driven for miles on end, only to realize you can't remember the last 10 miles you drove? That's what it's like sometimes for me now and all the while I'm keeping the count.

    It just takes time so for me I can focus on the "act" and worry less about staring at the cards which is what happens when you start out doing this.

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  • TheManWithNoName

    TheManWithNoName

    March 10, 2015, 11:05 am

    I'm not at all a notable chef, but trust me, this recipe is great:

    Peanut butter brownies

    1/2 cup peanut butter

    1/3 cup butter or margarine

    1 cup sugar

    1/4 cup brown sugar

    2 eggs

    1 cup flour

    1 teaspoon baking powder

    1/4 teaspoon salt

    6 ounces(1 cup) chocolate chips

    1/2 teaspoon vanilla

    Beat first 2 ingredients until blended. Gradually add

    sugars and beat until fluffy. Add eggs, one at a

    time, beating well after each. Add dry ingredients

    and mix well. Stir in chips and vanilla and spread in

    a greased 9" square pan. Bake at 350 for 30-35

    minutes. Cool in pan and cut into squares when cool.

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  • declar

    declar

    March 10, 2015, 7:55 pm

    I used to work in a home for the care of senior citizens... I was a security guard. One of my main duties was to escort the funeral home representative up to the rooms of people who'd passed away. I didn't enjoy that aspect of the job. One night, A lady passed away and I brought the guy up and he went into the room. The lady clearly had no life left in her. That was pretty creepy in itself. However, she had passed away and she was in the semi-fetal position with one leg curled up and the other straight. And by this time rigor mortis had set in. So, the guy tried to straighten out the leg of this lady. He held her leg by the ankle and then pushed her knew down and it just kicked back. He did it again same result. I can't remember how many times he did it. It was just disturbing to watch someone manipulate a dead body that way only to have it "kick" back into position. Her dead face and the total immobility of the body other than the snapping back of the leg... I'll never forget that. In the end, he had to take her out with the knee projecting out of the body bag. It was liek 4 AM though. So that was good.

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