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  • wonkifier


    March 11, 2015, 12:13 am

    > The Daily Mail is shit

    I don't care. I didn't consult it when I made my decision. I didn't reference it when I explained my position to the teacher's union rep I talked to, or the pollster calling me.

    > There was one male teacher at my primary school

    Yes, your single anecdote can render both the story and my personal experiences completely false.

    > Primary schools are actively recruiting male teachers

    Yep, and when I talked to my local schools I know they definitely wanted me. When I explained to them what my concerns were, they understood and said they hear it all the time.

    > you can buy into the Daily Mail's scaremongering

    Or I can learn from our own local experiences in my area... Where a male teacher was on leave without pay for 9 months over an accusation from a student. Later it turned out the student made it up, but he was screwed for that 9 months. Or another one where he was actually taken away in hand cuffs over something similar, that turned out to be false.

    Sorry... I'm not taking that risk. Not yet. I may still do it later, but I still get creepy looks being in the park since I don't have a wife directly in tow... the sentiment is far too strong for my comfort.

    And it's not because I got scared by what the Daily Mail said.


  • Gravity13


    March 11, 2015, 12:37 am

    I think his predictions are a bit farfetched - the future will not be dictated on how crazy something is but rather how useful it is. While I think neuro-interfacing and stimulated bio-feedback is a definite part of our future, I sincerely doubt that people will stop interacting in the real world or anything like that because we aren't built that way. I'm sure somebody coming up with the idea of photography back in the 1800's was thinking that people in the future will never need to travel anywhere to see something because they could just look at a picture.

    Plus you have to take into account feasibility. Flying cars aren't feasible. Rocket jetpacks are not feasible. Nobody wants to eat a meal in a pill. Nobody wants to live their life in a computer simulation. Computer implants will be expensive and difficult since not everybody's brain is the same, we're more likely to go the route of non-invasive transcranial stimulation as a therapy and/or a spinal hijack for bio stimulation. Femtoengineering is far below the quantum scale - not going to get anything useful out of this.


  • machsmit


    March 11, 2015, 4:09 am

    Sam Adams is mediocre, in my opinion. Though, in their defense, I do admire their style - they're able to take craft-ish beers and market them to a wide audience. I'd take any Sam offering over like a Bud or other similarly widely available brew any day (well, it's very common here in Boston - not sure how common Sam Adams is elsewhere). But, in absolute terms, Sam Adams is kind of... meh. It won't compare to Sierra Nevada or anything like that.

    77_65_65_64 down below suggested Harpoon IPA, and I'm inclined to agree with that - I'm a big fan of all of Harpoon's offerings.


  • civex


    March 11, 2015, 4:10 am

    I was raised on a farm in Texas, and I've forgotten how many guns the family went through, from BB guns to 12-gauge shotgun, with handguns and rifles in between. We used them for hunting and for target shooting. Back then you could order guns and ammo through the catalogue, and they'd be delivered by mail.

    I live in the San Francisco Bay Area now and don't own a gun -- I'd have no place to use it. I carried a gun on duty in the Air Force, and I would not be happy carrying a gun around in towns because you become a target not only for the crooks but also for the cops. I've seen them take down guys who have concealed carry permits - the cops don't know you have one when they see the gun. The cops are very earnest when they start screaming GUN! and attack a guy.

    I'm uninterested in having a gun for home protection. Haven't ever needed one, don't know anyone who has. Some disagree, and they get guns. To each his own.

    If I ever live on a farm again and it's a safe place for shooting, I'll buy some guns again. Shooting is a lot of fun, and I enjoyed it. I've got hearing loss and tinnitus now for a variety of reasons, some of which are shooting shotguns, .45s, and .44 magnums without ear protection. If you've got a gun, get good ear muffs, please.


  • inthesameboat2


    March 11, 2015, 7:23 am

    >If one doesnt live to be love and to love, why bother?

    I so feel you...

    I am 31. My mother is dying of stage 4 stomach cancer, I have no job, I am inheriting her house and have no way to pay the bills, the girl I am in love with "just wants to be friends", and I've been drinking more heavily than I ever have in my life. I've had the occasional suicidal thought but my friends have really helped me. I'm pretty new to reddit and I don't know if/how you could respond to me, but if you can and would like to talk about anything I would be more than happy to talk. Don't do anything to hurt yourself. Everyone has someone that loves them.

    Sorry about the formatting of this, I am quite drunk and new to reddit and computers.


  • Forrest319


    March 10, 2015, 2:09 pm

    First off, You are saying I am wrong but are unwilling to cite anything other than wikipedia. If I'm wrong give me a real source.

    Second, I haven't been following this story in any detail at all. So no, I don't know the details.

    What's not true? He didn't give alcohol, ludes, and then rape a 13 year old girl? He didn't flee the US before sentencing? Again... what is not true?


    Is it not clear to you I am not going to look this shit up myself? Because I don't fucking care. If you give me an url I *might* take the time to copy and paste it. But that might even be too much work.


  • Khiva


    March 11, 2015, 3:51 am

    >>I'm not sure living in North Korea even counts as living in a "safe" place, buddy.


    Good point. The point that I was making was rather weak, I think now - the intention was to point out that there has to be more to the story than "patriotic, loyal, and obedient." But it's pretty clear that security would be a fairly important factor as well in creating a friendly populace. I also think it's pretty fair to say that relative affluence plays a role in Southern hospitality - not being rich, but having your immediate material needs met (but that may be besides the point).

    >>The implication should have been that a family is risking something most precious to it, one of its children, for you.

    Yeah, this I totally get. Here's where I admit I may be wrong: I get the sense from the original post in question an insinuation that there was something somewhat lacking or insincere in Southern hospitality. I could be totally wrong in my impression, but it strikes me that being nice to someone because their son is making a gigantic sacrifice (whether you agree with the principle behind it or not) strikes me as a fairly genuine motive. So _if_ the hospitality is predicated upon this kind of gratitude, then I can't quite see what's wrong with it. But I admit I may have misread it.

    Full disclosure - I've had nothing but good experiences with Southern friendliness, nor have I ever detected anything off about it. I think you can argue that there is a certain shallowness to it, since it is rather restricted to the "in-group," but beyond that criticism I haven't detected anything insincere or disingenuous. Of course I would find most of those people's politics abhorrent, but I wouldn't think that a basis to criticize their mannerisms (if, and it's a big if, that is what's going on here).

    And yeah - the Central Asian city! You're the first person to ever get that. The history of the region is quite fascinating - I got into it after reading _Tournament of Shadows_ by Karl Meyer and Shareen Brysac (and more after it). And traveling of course.




    March 10, 2015, 10:52 am

    On the one hand, I recognize it's crazy talk to imagine there is a cohesive "we" that sits in smoke-filled back rooms plotting how to bring about the New World Order.

    On the other hand, there are a couple of oddities I've observed. The Democratic Party is ostensibly the party of the underclass, the people that would most be served by a change in the status quo. The Republican Pary is ostensibly the party of the overclass, the people what most benefit from maintaining the status quo. When you examine each party's stance on citizen access to the tools of political change, it is the supposed party of the common people that would place limits on their power. Perhaps it's just a durable equilibrium, but it seems strangely convenient.

    Pile on to that the way compulsory state indoctrination treats civil revolutionaries. Curious that they choose to elevate MLK and Gandhi while never explaining that they were only a small part of the total political climate. Curiouser still the conflation of nonviolence and pacifism. Teach a generation of would-be revolutionaries that pacifism works and you have a generation of where no one is willing to fight for their cause. Teach them that MLK and Gandhi were only elevated by the powers that be to marginalize more aggressive voices and it's a somewhat different lesson.


  • auandi


    March 10, 2015, 8:07 pm

    Larger organizations can be companies but can also be groups of like minded citizens. And this is not coming form my high school civics but from a living, working and studying in DC.

    Lobbyists are a way of professionalizing the first amendment right to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. Yes those 10,000 people can contact their Senator but that is only one way of influencing government.

    I am not saying they shouldn't, I am just saying that they can't keep track of the long and convoluted law and regulatory process. They have their own lives and may not know how it all works. That's why you hire someone that knows how to do that.


  • brmj


    March 10, 2015, 5:03 pm

    "I'd say that binding a shell to a port is a massively bad idea. it has no authentication."

    Yeah, it basically is. Anyone who even considers doing this as root should hit themselves in the face with the nearest blunt object of a convenient size.

    I'd say that, when done short term as an unprivileged user in a situation where no one is likely to be actively looking for weird vulnerabilities in your system, this is occasionally worth the risk. Security by obscurity is the worst kind of security, but it is security none the less if your enemies don't feel like trying too hard.


  • mbliss984


    March 10, 2015, 10:59 pm

    Yep, the chick that does the hula hoop was amazing! When she got hoisted all the way to the top with all those hoops and she kept it going was shocking. Now there is a eastern-european chick (i think) and asian chick doing the fish bowl, that was cool too. My favorite was the guy that rolls himself up in the sheets, gets hoisted to the top then unrolls and stops a couple feet from the stage, absolutely amazing.

    No more spidey guy that hangs out in the audience... at least I didn't see him. We were sitting in the lower section, about 6-7 rows from the love seats.


  • iammillion


    March 10, 2015, 9:28 pm

    I work like everyone else. I live a pretty frugal life style and I save/invest much as my monthly income as I can.

    No money tree. More info in other comments if you really want to know how I made my money.

    Not to sound rude, but I probably "burn less green" then you. I don't have a huge screen tv, new computer, xbox, mp3 player or any of that other stuff.

    My source of entrainment is a free dsl connection (my old outdated computer I got for free), the library (I read a lot) and other "free" actives; like taking walks with my girlfriend, running (I run most every day) or going down to the public parks/lakes.

    I don't eat out or go to movies like most of my friends. I save or invest most all of it that I can.

    I would wager that I am just as happy, if not happier then most people that have the latest gadgets, video games and eat and drink out all the time (some of whom put it all on their credit cards and go into debt over it).


  • ysengrimus


    March 11, 2015, 3:48 am

    Some suggestions, from someone who has been there (still there ;-):

    1. Stop Drinking. Now. You are self-medicating, and using the worst possible medicine.

    2. Make sure you get on your COBRA plan.

    3. You may not get along with your old man, but you might be surprised at what happens if you come to him and say "I'm sorry I've been such a jerk for the past x years." He may turn out not to be so bad after all.

    4. A good therapist and a shrink (different roles, different people) can make a world of difference. See the therapist first, and try non-medicinal routes before going to the shrink, though. It may just be environmental factors plaguing you, so give that a chance to work itself out.

    5. I agree with your idea to stick with temp jobs for a while. You need to reduce the pressure in your life and figure yourself out before taking on more responsibilities.

    Best of luck.


  • EmpiresCrumble


    March 10, 2015, 11:33 am

    Yeah, I'm sure your parents will be *sooooo* relieved. Nevermind the fact that they spent ~2 decades and 10s-100s of thousands of dollars keeping you alive in the first place. Think about this. If your parents didn't care, or if your death would bring them relief, they would've just aborted you, or given you up after birth. Or even more so, they would've just brought you home and let you die. You're fooling yourself. Kill yourself today, and you can't come back tomorrow. But in the future, if you still want to kill yourself, you'd still be able to. You're making the wrong decision (and I don't mean morally. I mean practically). Don't limit your options like that.

    [edit] I'm sorry, but I don't understand at all why this is being downvoted. Anyone care to explain? Was it the delivery/execution? Did you not read past the very first sentence? Because, I feel that I had a good point to make.

    [edit2] I get it.


  • gabdullah


    March 10, 2015, 3:14 pm

    Well... I said at the beginning of this farce that, should the NHL prevail, my days as an NHL fan would be over until either Bettman is shown the door or Canada gets another team. As a former Winnipegger, I find the lengths the NHL will go to prop up failing American teams disgraceful. I have a new baby who already has a Canucks onesie that he will not be wearing. I doubt I'm the only Canadian who will be shutting it off.

    This league has become a joke. With any luck, Balsillie will team up with Bobby Hull and Alexander Medvedev to set up a rival league that won't feature teams full of soft, overpaid professional golfers. A league that will allow more than a few token teams in Canada and the Northern U.S. to operate. And, finally, a league that will 86 all the sushi-eating, laptop-twiddling suits from the prime seats.

    Until then, I'll be down at the GM Centre in Oshawa watching real hockey.


  • enyalius


    March 10, 2015, 7:20 pm

    It's not really that bad, depends on what you're getting. We used to dumpster dive a few years ago, it's astounding the amount of awesome food you can come across. Once we got fifty bags of doritoes out of a kroger's dumpster. Still tasted fine, I think they were past the sell by date or something. Maybe they were tainted. Either way, I survived, and got fifty free bags of chips.

    Granted if I found some chicken in there I'd probably abandon that dumpster all together, but if there's packaged food sitting in its own box on top of everything else... why the hell not?


  • supertoned


    March 10, 2015, 7:50 am

    In terms of simple gameplay, Portal was fresh, and interesting, but certainly not the end all - be all, deserves top ratings in this poll, IMHO. However, the narrative in portal was staggeringly good. It was one of the first games in years to draw me into its version of digital reality from the very first instant of the game until the very last.

    Astonishingly good storytelling.

    I agree, it is a little painful for me to see it sitting with so many points while so many other superior gems are going ignored, but I still won't take away my upvote.


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