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  • v3rma

    v3rma

    March 11, 2015, 5:33 am

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    In short those white farmers for whom you hold clannish allegiance, and but for who's existence you would have no interest in Zimbabwe, Mugabe, his wife, or their many crimes; inherited that land because their forefathers participated in one of the most shameless genocidal, land thieving undertakings in history.

    You ignore that fact that the Matabele's (in the Southern part of Zimbabwe) took vast tracks from land from the Shona (and that the British stabalised the situation). You also seem to ignore the fact that the Matabele arrived at about the same time as the British.

    You also ignore the fact that the British stopped the Matabele and the Shona from killing each other.

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  • DrMonkeyLove

    DrMonkeyLove

    March 10, 2015, 10:36 pm

    You know what? Boo hoo. Balance your fucking check book like an adult. Oh, and don't give me that, "oh, woe is me, I lost my job, or had a medical expense, blah blah blah," because I see a damn Netflix charge on there, and if you're hurting for money, you sure as hell shouldn't be paying for entertainment. If you don't know how much money is in your account it's your own damn fault. And as much as Bank of America's policies might suck, you both a) did business with them anyway, and b) obviously knew what those policies were (or should have because you agreed to them).

    So, in short, quit bitching.

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  • moonwatcher222

    moonwatcher222

    March 10, 2015, 12:14 pm

    The NRA says that there is no limit to the right to bear arms. Handguns? No sweat. Fully automatic assault rifles? No problem. Antitank weapons? Sure. Anti-aircraft missiles? I don't see where they're prohibited - they should be for sale at Walmart because there would certainly be demand.

    And where does the Second Amendment limit *who* can bear arms? How can limits on convicted felons from owning guns be Constitutional?

    I'm sure the NRA will be happy when the Supreme Court of the United States *finally* removes all restricttions on bearing arms.

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  • m0zzie

    m0zzie

    March 10, 2015, 10:18 am

    This is driving me mad also. When I text, I have a habit (which I've had for like 7 years, and it's just the way I text) of writing like this:

    "So what time are we heading out.. about 7?"

    With the new update, if I try to type that, it will come out like this:

    "So what time are we heading out. . about 7?"

    ie. "So what time are we heading out.<space>.<space><space>about 7?"

    So there's 3 spaces there instead of 1.. It's not really a major issue, but it is very damn annoying for anyone who has certain texting habits.

    Seems to bug a lot of others too as people on the AndroidCommunity, xda-developers and MoDaCo forums are all reporting it and asking how to change it.

    @aHowes: there's no setting to fix it in the keyboard settings I'm afraid.

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  • memefilter

    memefilter

    March 10, 2015, 11:12 pm

    > It won't even occur to you that they are not trying to impose quarantines?

    I've entertained some evidence to say that it's coincidence, but the counter-argument is overwhelming. It's the same old tyranny as ever.

    > Let's see if anything goes anywhere before you claim victory.

    I haven't claimed anything except that a) there are many lawsuits, and b) there are standards of evidence that if willfully violated carry prison terms.

    > No, you were trying for an insult, it backfired

    Somehow, coming from Matts2, I think my credibility will survive.

    > See to your beam sir.

    But a mote, sir, but a mote. I am humble enough to do the right thing, for free, even when it is unpopular, or violently suppressed.

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  • hacksoncode

    hacksoncode

    March 11, 2015, 6:02 am

    There's a very fine line between irony and hypocrisy, mostly involving intent. I'm not willing to assume either malicious motivation or cluelessness to them without evidence.

    1) You are correct. This particular paper is a popular news article, in a heavily axe-grinding, politicized, rag.

    2) Peer review doesn't work that way. There isn't any effective way for peer review to "secretly suppress" papers that they don't like. They have to provide *reasoned objections* which can be overcome. If they are providing unreasonable objections, those can be published as evidence that the research is being "suppressed". I'm willing to accept that (if properly authenticated and published verbatim), too. Generally, though, the objections are typically real, and the axe-grinders don't have any valid response to them.

    3) Raw data has *always* only been made readily available to the *reviewers* of the paper. There's every reason to avoid releasing it to every yahoo with an axe to grind. Among other things, they're probably still working on further findings.

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  • rgower

    rgower

    March 10, 2015, 5:40 am

    If you have no experience with poker, I would suggest you just enjoy it and whenever you play at $10 home tournaments just consider the $10 the price of entertainment and expect to lose it.

    There are a few decent books... but the best way to learn is to surround yourself by winning players, bounce ideas off of them and learn from them. Also, if you do want to play online, stick to the legitimate sites like Full Tilt or Pokerstars. I'd recommend Full tilt because you get "rakeback".

    Google rakeback to find out what it is if you're interested. I'd say in almost every single case for a casual player, rakeback would almost accumulate to nothing....... but I paid more money in rake than an average doctor earns before taxes in the year of the height of my playing... I got around 30k in rakeback at the end of that year.

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  • StupidDogCoffee

    StupidDogCoffee

    March 11, 2015, 8:48 am

    When I was working as a gunsmith at a big box outdoor store, some dumbass stuck a crate of Sigmas in a freezer and forgot about it for a month. I had to check them all out and test fire them before we could put them on the shelf. There were, I think, twelve of them, and I had to put a magazine through each. I just loaded up a bunch of mags and went up to the range. The trigger pull on these things is atrocious and after firing about 200 rounds in short succession my index finger ached like hell.

    IMHO, these guns are serviceable, but spending a little more can get you a far better gun.

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  • uhhhclem

    uhhhclem

    March 10, 2015, 11:19 am

    First off, if you assert that something happened, the burden is generally on you to provide the evidence, not on your interlocutor to prove that it did not. If I say that you stole money, the burden's not actually on you to provide evidence that you didn't, particularly since it's not possible for you to do so.

    Second off, if you had been following this story in any detail at all, you would know that the specific terms of Polanski's plea bargain was that he pled guilty to one of the indictment's six counts, and the prosecutor dropped the other five.

    A moment spent with the Google will turn up any number of news stories (hint: try the LA Times) that describe the facts of Polanski's legal situation in sufficient detail that you will be able to stop embarrassing yourself by saying things that aren't true. Unless, of course, saying things that aren't true doesn't embarrass you.

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  • manewitz

    manewitz

    March 10, 2015, 7:29 am

    With a few exceptions, I tend to favor raw late 60's funk over the slicker 70's stuff. As already mentioned, the DJ Shadow/Cut Chemist mix Brainfreeze is a great primer. I would try stuff like Keb Darge's Deep Funk comp. It's a dangerous habit to get into. It starts with a torrent or two and in short time you'll be sniping eBay auctions from the UK for a warped Leroy and the Drivers acetate. If you are in or around San Francisco go check out Groove Merchant. They mostly do vinyl but also carry comps and reissues on CD. Cool Chris the owner is really nice and can point you in the right direction if you tell him what you like.

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  • insomniac84

    insomniac84

    March 10, 2015, 10:49 pm

    >1) The price you are paying without tip was adjusted downward so that you would tip.

    Not a valid reason in any way. If this was true they would tack the tip onto the bill so you have to pay it.

    >2) Wages and income are set on the expectation you will tip.

    Not acceptable since tips are optional so it makes no sense to base pay on optional tips.

    >3) Because of the first two, you are in effect stealing from the person who served you by not tipping if he or she did the job in an acceptable manner

    Then it's not a tip. It's a mandatory service fee. If they want to call it a mandatory service fee, then I would pay. But tips are optional.

    >4) As long as people tip when they should, everyone wins!

    No, I lose and a system of stupidity and employee abuse continues to survive.

    >Or you could act like you are better than everyone else and not tip

    I am not better than anyone else and no one else is better than me. That is why I don't take tips in my job and no one else has a right to force people to tip them in their jobs. Everyone is equal.

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  • bubbal

    bubbal

    March 10, 2015, 4:49 pm

    We know that the neocortical brain waves, which are a necessary component of awareness (even at a sub-primate level) - do not begin until the early third trimester, which, *surprise*, happens to be the time that a fetus begins to be viable.

    Before it has these brain waves, it is not an individual, and cannot survive, cannot have memories, or thoughts, or even instincts... and thus, it cannot survive outside the womb. It is these synchronized neocortical brain waves which also mark irreversible brain death - when they're gone, the person is gone, dead. You can keep most of the body "functioning" by artificially circulating blood, but when those brain waves shut down, the person is gone.

    That is, pretty much, the clearest, most obvious line to be drawn.

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  • Shooter

    Shooter

    March 10, 2015, 1:35 pm

    I worked a second job at a Hilton Hotel for a few years while I was starting my own company. Here are a couple of my adventures with rude guests (and the idiotic managers who enable them):

    I had a lady come in at 11pm one night, and ask for 'her' room. I had no record of her reservation, and we were completely sold out (per usual.) I explained that to her, and asked for her confirmation number. She informed me that no one actually writes those down. I explained that without a confirmation number, I would not be able to do anything for her because we were sold out. (If she had a valid reservation number and the overbooking was our error, we would have paid in full for her to stay at another comparable hotel, given her reward points, and apologized for our error profusely. Maybe even given her a gift certificate for additional free stays if she was still dissatisfied.) She yelled at me and told me that I was a complete retard and that she would have me fired for my incompetence. I had obviously *personally* lost her reservation. I explained the hotel's policy about reservations and confirmation numbers again. Exasperated, she pulled out a Day Planner and started randomly flipping through pages. She read me confirmation numbers that were scrawled haphazardly all over the planner. Some of them were valid confirmation numbers, but they were for reservations several *years* prior. I quickly tried about a dozen of these old confirmation numbers to humor her, while other customers were waiting, before I told her I couldn't help her if she didn't know her true confirmation number.

    She started screaming and told me that she had confirmed her reservation with the *Marriott* reservation line two weeks prior, that she was a Marriott "VIP", and that I would never work again if I didn't get her an UPGRADED room right then. Again, I worked at a Hilton...not a Marriott. I explained that we were a Hilton property, and that the Marriott reservation line would most likely NOT be willing to make her a reservation at our Hilton. That would be like going to a new Ford Dealership and them trying to sell you a new Toyota. I asked if there was a chance that she was mistaken, and maybe she had booked a room at the local Marriott. At this point, she hit me. Hard. (She was short and she had to jump up and put her full body weight behind the strike in order to both clear the counter and land the strike. I'm 6'2".) She reiterated how incompetent I was, for the benefit of the other (actual) guests, and told me again that I would surely be fired the next day due to her clout as a VIP. She said that my doubting her reservation was an insinuation that she was a liar. She then spit on me and stormed out of the hotel, telling me she was going to stay at the Hyatt where they presumably knew how to *HOLD* a reservation. (Cue Seinfeld sequence.)

    I called the Marriott property in town, and asked if they had a reservation for the hateful bitch. They did. I then rang her at the Hyatt to let her know that she had been mistaken and that she needed to call and cancel her Marriott reservation or they would charge her as a "no show." SHE THEN ACTUALLY ASKED ME TO DO IT FOR HER (!!!!!) I told her that I would love to, but I was an incompetent retard...so she'd better see to it herself. My manager, of course, was just concerned that she might actually be a VIP and he would be chewed out because she hurt her knuckles on my jaw or something.

    The second event happened about six months after 9/11. I had a guest throw his full cup of hot coffee in my face. He had a valid reason, of course: I worked at a hotel that supported terrorists. America-hating towelheads who killed thousands of his fellow countrymen. He knew this to be true, naturally, because we served Arabica coffee. (If we had served lower-quality beans I might not have scars now.) My manager gave him a complimentary room for his mental anguish while I was being treated at the local emergency room. Because violent idiots should be rewarded for their ignorance and racism. I was told that I *could* theoretically file an assault charge, but that I would be fired because he was a Hilton Platinum member. (This is where I would love to say I filed a huge lawsuit and won millions, but instead I just continued taking abuse and lived with my coffee burns and sore jaw. This is just a small, representative sample of my experiences with rude guests. I'd share others, but I've thoroughly depressed myself by the level of my schmuckitude.)

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  • sundogdayze

    sundogdayze

    March 10, 2015, 3:07 pm

    First of all, please don't apologize to me for reaching out. I chose to read your post, I choose to come into this subreddit, and I chose to use my time responding to you. :)

    Secondly, to answer your (yes I know they were rhetorical) questions, I don't think there is a particular time where one can say the candle isn't worth the game. I think that's a very personal and situational thing. However, I know that I have seen people suffer for lifetimes themselves, to have it all redeemed later and tell me with their own smiling mouths that they are so glad they didn't give up.

    As far as the pain, I know it seems impossible for it to just dissipate, and I don't think that is what happens. But I think that once you can see life for what it is again, instead of as a burden that's too much to bear, then your emotions can actually handle and start to heal that pain, so the scar becomes less and less with time.

    However, if you are not going to be talked out of rolling that dice, then I think that it is something you should talk to your family about. As odd as it seems for me to even say this, I think they at least deserve a chance to be with you before it happens, so that they don't live with the guilt of "If only I had known..."

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  • liberal_libertarian

    liberal_libertarian

    March 10, 2015, 12:39 pm

    >but if you object to being generalized in such a way then you should take greater care to preface whatever points you're going to make that fit into the mold i described with some points that would invalidate the generalization

    Perhaps you should gauge the merits of a comment based on the contents, not notions or assumptions conceived from nothing.

    >the US being the world's ONLY superpower really isn't a bad thing

    No, it really is a bad thing. Not that the US is the sole superpower, but rather that there is only one. It allows the US almost global hegemony and with that the suffering of millions. The US will fade, all empires do, but the problems that have been caused by the US don't disappear just because the reigning power fades.

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  • plutocrat

    plutocrat

    March 10, 2015, 8:09 pm

    tl;dr (I will save you ten minutes, seriously):

    The coalition blew the fuck out of the Taliban, knocking them severely off balance and making most of the experienced fighters and commanders leave the theater.

    With the aid of Arab funding, the former talibs then slowly regrouped as jihadis, their morale strengthened by tales of small yet symbolic insurgent raiding victories.

    The movement has grown geometrically due to popular support swinging away from the coalition/Karzai following civilian deaths and costly coalition errors.

    Americans are now fighting a technologically weak yet tactically and strategically refined force whose resolve is firm and is willing to continue their guerilla insurgency for the remainder of their lives. They believe that, like the British and USSR before them, the coalition will eventually give up and withdraw.

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  • jz_

    jz_

    March 11, 2015, 7:35 am

    Software patents are silly in general, thousands have been accepted by the USPTO, such as patents on using emoticons in software, trademarks on programs arranging data in particular ways and other nonsense. A lot of this stuff is so simple that anyone can do it and shouldn't be restricted by software patents.

    People should make their money on the basis of having the best product for the best price, rather than being tied up in a mess of who can do what without infringing on someone else's patent, knowingly or unknowingly - that just creates an absurd market for people who can afford brigades of lawyers to sue potential infringer's.

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  • 6553321

    6553321

    March 10, 2015, 3:59 pm

    Hmmm, So a pointer is a container for an address. Remember it is also a variable though and the compiler must put it at a memory address. So if you have:

    int x;

    int* ptr = NULL; // NULL is predefined to be the address 0 because a program is not allowed to access it

    printf( "value of ptr %p \n", ptr); // printf out 0x0

    printf( "address of ptr %p \n", &ptr); // The address at which the variable ptr is

    ptr = &x;

    printf( "value of ptr %p \n", ptr); // Now print the address of x

    printf( "address of ptr %p \n", &ptr); // Same as second print out, the address at which ptr is

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  • eramnes

    eramnes

    March 10, 2015, 3:14 pm

    To begin, I don't know you, and I also don't know anything about you. Your description of your problem doesn't give me a lot to go on, but I won't ask for details if you feel uncomfortable giving them. If you do feel comfortable, please elaborate - I'd like to know more about what you are going through. No matter what, please understand that I do care, because I don't want to see anyone take drastic steps to solve a temporary problem.

    I know how you feel - I've been in this position myself. Please take a minute and think about what you're planning to do. I'd appreciate it if you would agree with me that you should take 24 hours and consider the action you are planning on taking. A lot can happen in 24 hours...tomorrow you might wake up on a better path and be happy that you hung around long enough to see the better day that is tomorrow. You need to know that people do get through this feeling, even if it seems unreasonable to believe that it is you. The fact that you are posting to Reddit asking about a way to convince yourself not to do this is proof enough for me that at least some part, even if it is a small part, wants to live still. Channel this part of you and realize that you are perfectly capable of becoming stronger and moving past this; even if the pain seems like it is more than you are capable of dealing with.

    Relief from your problems is a feeling, and you must be alive to feel it. If you do go through with this, you won't be able to appreciate the "release" you get from going through with your plans. I understand you feel like you don't make a difference, but you have rallied at least 35 Redditors who don't want to see this happen.

    Please don't keep your feelings a secret from the community. I would be glad to help you out with what I can do. I'm sure you are a wonderful person who just hasn't grasped how much you can do for yourself and the world.

    I will be around.

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  • Coalmaaaaaannn

    Coalmaaaaaannn

    March 10, 2015, 6:59 am

    Here we use everything you can think of. My friend has a really nice vaporizer, and whenever we're over his place we do bags from that. When we're in cars or walking around, we use glass spoons. Sometimes we roll a blunt or a joint and always use pure weed, never tobacco. We also use bongs which vary from just the straight stem and bowl to triple-percolated ice catch bongs. I myself use a nice little dugout one hitter, and I break that out on occasion when we're walking around in a more public place.

    I'd say we mostly use spoons, then bongs, then joints and blunts, then the vape, then the dugout.

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  • themeanbean

    themeanbean

    March 10, 2015, 10:18 am

    You *almost* hate to be the realist jackass? *Almost* is the same as *not at all*, so don't pretend to be a good person here. You are a self righteous son of a fucking whore. Fuck you. You're not a realist, your just an insensitive asshole.

    Oh! and you go as far as to wish this guy the best of luck? Of course you couldn't resist adding that you find it "hard to have sympathy for people that have made risky choices or simply weren't meant to be around very long"? Why even make such a bullshit statement anyway?

    "Good luck, but not really. You asked for it."

    I hate people like you. Absolutely HATE people like you.

    GO FUCK YOURSELF!

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  • Lyrus

    Lyrus

    March 10, 2015, 5:16 pm

    I suggested she needed a kick up the butt because she had already defied police earlier when they told her to move along when she was blocking traffic.

    I'm sorry - but I'm giving the police the benefit of the doubt because she clearly lied about how she tried to explain her situation to the officer before throwing the bike in her 'apology'. I have no evidence to suggest that the police lied. If it turns out that she was just riding along then the police came up and started shoving her, then I'll have to rethink my stance.

    But as it stands I believe the police story - she was repeated asked to disperse when blocking traffic, she ignored this, eventually the police got the crowd moving, she slowed down to go around another biker, police shoved her to keep her moving, she threw her bike.

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  • brotherbear

    brotherbear

    March 11, 2015, 12:09 am

    This is gonna be my last reply because this really looks like it's about to devolve into a "yeahuh/nahuh" argument.

    It isn't music snobbery to point out that there are currently three Radiohead submissions on the frontpage. Three. Radiohead is a popular band (again, the very first post in this thread had drew_peacock proving as much), and it's hogging up space that other, less known music could use.

    You (as in you) say that not everyone has heard these popular bands or this exact song. Of course that's possible. However, /r/listentothis isn't the place to play catch-up with artists to know. Try any of the other number of music-based subreddits (just off the top of my head, /r/music). In the words of the creator of this subreddit, /r/listentothis is all about, "...Bringing the often unheard and neglected to new ears."

    /r/listentothis is all about spreading the love to the artists on the rise, not the already succesful ones who we all like and want to submit because they're our favorites.

    P.s. "95%" is a completely made up figure, so it can't be taken seriously as a point for your argument.

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  • strafefire

    strafefire

    March 11, 2015, 3:44 am

    >States with the most uninsured people, most poverty, highest infant mortality, and lowest life expectancy are most likely to have both Senators vote against the public option.

    This is what I do not get.

    You know these Senator are not going to vote for any national healthcare reform.

    They are not going to because their constituents do **not** want them to.

    So, regardless of the fact these states are have high poverty, high infant mortality, and lowest life expectancy, ***they*** do not want healthcare (I'm sorry, health insurance) reform.

    So, since they do not want it, and are going to go out of their way to make sure that nationally it is not going to happen, why not have the "progressive" states that do want a public healthcare option, **create their own,** and allow the states that do not want it to FAIL.

    If the members of said states want a public options so bad, why not lobby your state for it? Because, if you have figured it out by now, Democrats do not care what their constituents want, and the Republicans, for the first time in ***YEARS*** are actually doing something that their constituents want, which by all powers combines, we end up with a shit sandwich.

    If you want a public option or single payer, get your state to do it. Remember folks, **Canadian healthcare is provincially established and run.**

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