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  • twistedcain

    twistedcain

    March 11, 2015, 7:45 am

    I actually grew up somewhat poor. Not poor like starving in Africa, but my family lived in a travel trailer for a half year and we were once homeless for about a month and a half and had to live in a hotel room. The computer was something we bought when I was younger and times were a little better. It was probably one of the most used Atari 800's ever, since it was our main source of entertainment when we lived in that travel trailer.

    When we lived in the trailer, we used to play the shit out of this game we typed in from a magazine that was called Goblin(?) or something like that. You're character moved constantly down the screen until it reached the bottom and then it would appear at the top again and start downward. You had to gobble these pellets and dodge the walls on the way down. As soon as you gobbled everything, you moved to the next level which was pretty much the same thing but with more walls. Props to anyone who remembers this game and can tell me what it was called.

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  • xb4r7x

    xb4r7x

    March 10, 2015, 5:31 am

    Okay, now I can actually answer this...

    She thought you were cute and probably somewhat interesting, otherwise she would have found someone else. If you're really interested in this girl... try and get to know her/ask her out... blah blah you know the drill.

    She may have just been doing it because she wanted to dance with someone... but she wouldn't have picked you if she didn't at least think you were somewhat attractive. If you want my OPINION (in all caps because I could be wrong) I'd say she didn't give the relationship thing any thought at all, she was just having fun. That doesn't mean you can't pursue one if you're interested.

    Good luck!

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  • cthulhufhtagn

    cthulhufhtagn

    March 10, 2015, 10:49 am

    >If you mean "there are few records of women openly rebelling against the system" then yes, that's true. But it doesn't necessarily follow that this means few women saw a problem with the system.

    Let me make a less muddy sentence. I believe it would not be well-received by the majority of women (and men) of the 1850's if we wen back in time and gave women the same rights they have today, and the same ability for equal standing they have today socially. This is my opinion, but it's founded on what I know about basic human behavior, and societal behavior. The majority prefer what they are accustomed to, not always what is Best.

    Certainly there are now and were then exceptions. Abigail Adams you mention. And there were more.

    >And, of course, "smooth" isn't (from my POV anyway) the most desirable trait to have in a society. I think "fair" or "equitable" are more desirable than "smooth".

    Certainly. There are smoothly run Dictatorships. The Empire on Star Wars was run with amicable smoothness.

    >True, but why should we be focusing on gender roles?

    Because currently the concept of gender is like cheap beef stew. You've really got to dig around for any meat, and sometimes you just come up with old bones.

    >A discussion on social roles, and their utility is useful I think, but why should we tie any social role to sex?

    Oh, we shoudn't. They should be ascribed only to Gender. More recently (last decade or two?) there are transsexuals that make no changes to their sex, but instead seek to live as one or the other gender. There's sex, gender, and sexuality and while there *are* strong trends (female heterosexual women, e.g.), the three are not necessarily tied to each other (e.g. male heterosexual woman).

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  • reshel

    reshel

    March 11, 2015, 3:12 am

    Sorry that you had use our health care system, it is basically the absolute worst in the world.

    It is incredibly hard to understand why anyone at all would protest changes to it, and call even basic things like the 'public option' socialism (then again, most Americans don't even know what socialism means). All of these 9/12 Glenn Beck fanatics are the ones who are on Medicaid (our socialized medicine reserved for old people and the disabled) or are too poor to actually afford health insurance. Why would they fight what would benefit and empower them? It makes no sense.

    All pharmacies here are 'private', as you put it. They can charge whatever they want, and decide if they will take your insurance or deny it. Clinics here, even private suburban ones, are usually under-staffed, over-worked, and unable to allow a doctor to spend more than 5 minutes with you.

    I can't even imagine getting Kidney surgery, or any surgery for that matter. I'd probably have to declare bankruptcy at the age of 24. I already have an acute illness, and cannot get insurance because of it(unless I wanted to pay anywhere from 800-1500 dollars a month for myself, before copays and a deductible in the high thousands).

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  • JohnnyAngel

    JohnnyAngel

    March 10, 2015, 7:32 am

    Do it quickly. Do it and get it done. Do it with text, do it face to face, w/e it takes.

    Let me tell you a little story about my first girlfriend we were 7 months from getting married (had been together for 2 years).

    Things weren't going so well. Their was difficulties, and I had entered into a phase of depression. Life was pretty heavy, me and her were drifting apart, and I thought we needed a change.

    I told her we needed to take a break.

    She had never told me she was pregnant. Let this sink in for a moment.

    3 weeks into our break she tried to commit suicide. She miscarried during this time. As I'm writing this I just learned my aunt who raised me was in a motorcycle accident. Both her arms are broken one nearly severed and crushed.

    Life happens fast, don't wait. Don't hesitate. Tell him even if you have to apologize latter for doing a shitty job of it. Get it out there.

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  • culturalmormon

    culturalmormon

    March 11, 2015, 3:19 am

    I've been in roughly your situation for a long time. Another option you might consider is not leaving at all. It is possible, though not always easy, to remain "culturally" Mormon without believing and professing everything that you hear in church. You can fly under the radar to a surprising degree if you don't go around looking for conflict. For example, you can turn any lesson or talk into a discussion of loving your neighbor, treating others with respect, etc. without much difficulty. Also, scout around on the web and you'll find that there are plenty of liberal-leaning Mormons who are pretty tolerant of all sorts of (respectful) belief. In addition, try attending a Sunstone symposium in SLC sometime. You'll find a varied group that tends to be accepting of nearly every kind of Mormon. There's more that could be said here, but the bottom line is that you're not alone, even in Utah, and dumping your culture, family, friends, etc. is not as easy or often as desirable as many Redditors seem to think.

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  • respectminivinny

    respectminivinny

    March 10, 2015, 3:40 pm

    yes you can add tranny fluid.

    yes you can buy it at any auto parts store

    beware, different cars take different tranny fluids (most take dexron 3 mercon, some take mercon 5 and some use a completely different fluid).

    You do not want to over fill your transmission and you want to check the fluid level with the engine running and warm.

    Rather than driving straight to the parts store i recommend finding another way of getting to the parts store

    edit: i specified an auto parts store not just any store, and i realized you mention you wont be driving the car already

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  • HyperSpaz

    HyperSpaz

    March 10, 2015, 8:58 am

    We will have to create a secret kabal of oracles, recruiting prominent posters by PM and becoming powerful enough to induce meaningful penalties on anyone revealing he is part of the operation.

    Too bad /r/oracle is already used for posts about the database. I've got a few synonyms:

    * (H)aruspex - Rome, somebody reading the future from entrails.

    * Auspicium - Rome as well, reading the future from the way birds fly.

    * Augur - a class of priests specialized in fortelling the future.

    * The English ones: soothsayer, seer, prophet.

    * CO2 or Carbondioxide - referring to a likely cause to the oracle of Delphi.

    Got any more? We could also still just prefix it with something, like redditoracle or theoracle.

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  • duus

    duus

    March 10, 2015, 3:55 pm

    Put words in *your* mouth?

    You wrote:

    > Answer me this, however: why the fuck should anyone ever be taxed at 70 cents on the dollar for any amount of money they just made.

    And *then* I wrote:

    > In other words, how can you rationalize a tax rate of zero percent on that million dollars?

    Which was obviously--OBVIOUSLY--to show you that you were putting words in mine. Given my previous line:

    > Why are you asking me to justify those high tax rates? Is my critique of your misrepresentation wrong if I don't have an answer for that?

    I continue to gather evidence that you are engaged in deliberate misrepresentation, presumably to advance your political goals.

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  • Warpped

    Warpped

    March 10, 2015, 8:53 am

    Amazing you have learned what I have been trying to teach various submissive boys for a while now, submissiveness does not equal weakness. They are surprised to hear that and it sometimes takes them a while to comprehend it.

    I had the opportunity to "play" with a 17 year old submissive to help him figure out what he liked and did not. He was able to learn that he was not into the pain but wanted to be dominated by an older man. He did not regret any of it and was happy he got to learn a little more of what he liked and did not.

    The one thing I will never do and is my biggest concern is harming someone, I will give them pain and all that but that is the fun part. I never want to have them in a situation where they are physically or mentally hurt.

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  • spacemunkey420

    spacemunkey420

    March 10, 2015, 10:31 pm

    I think it has to do with the quality of herb supply more than anything.

    I am from the Seattle area and around here just about everyone is a bit of a weed snob. We are really particular about getting the tastiest and most potent strains, so why would you want to destroy that pure delicious refined taste with some nasty processed chemical-laden tobacco filler?

    Plus the majority of weed smokers i know absolutely hate cigarettes and tobacco in general.

    I did live in Florida for a while, and down there good stuff is hard to come by (and expensive), so I got in the habit of smoking lots and lots of blunts to cover up the terrible taste. The tobacco does give you a little bit of an extra light-headed kick that we refer to as "getting blunted", which i appreciate, and you do get the same thing from a spliff, but all in all just prefer the good pure hits.

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  • Sysiphuslove

    Sysiphuslove

    March 10, 2015, 12:00 pm

    I live in midwestern Illinois, near a whole lot of forests, cow pastures and cornfields. Theoretically as far as I know I should be able to find something useful, but can anyone here guide me or link to something that could help? I'd really rather not go buying psilocybin syringes through the mail if I can avoid it, although I would be willing to if I have no choice.

    You can find a lot of morels and 'toadstool' mushrooms here, but I've never tried to find psychoactives: I want to start looking around next spring if I can.

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  • TheGanjaGuru

    TheGanjaGuru

    March 10, 2015, 12:42 pm

    No, you are not, you are just trying to rattle my cage. Also, I have a feeling that it is you who is taking this personally, as you continue to antagonize me with increasingly trivial criticisms. Like I have said before, any corrections that could be made to my articles are trivial, and unlikely to compromise the integrity of what I have to say.

    That being said, I'm really not interested in getting in an online beef with you. I feel that I have made my point well enough, and my arguments stand for themselves. I really don't see any reason for this to continue.

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  • unrepentant

    unrepentant

    March 11, 2015, 6:15 am

    As others noted: ext4 isn't a 'transition' filesystem by definition. It's a great filesystem, and my pc has been thanking me since I installed it.

    Btrfs is its own entire bag, and is far from stable sadly.

    The ext4 'transition' thing comes from a statement by (I think) the main ext4 developer, who said that btrfs was the 'future' of Linux filesystems and that it would likely eventually supplant ext4, or something similar.

    Problem is that btrfs is far from ready for enterprise- heck, most enterprise isn't even moved to ext4 yet.

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  • salmontarre

    salmontarre

    March 10, 2015, 12:17 pm

    >I'm a liberal that believes intervention has helped, the statistics bear it out. Iran has tried the pacifist approach. It's taken 30 years, there have been three previous pacifist uprisings. Thousands have been disappeared. Women's rights groups were all but demolished. At this point things might change, but has it been worth the wait?

    You find support for intervention in *Iran*? That is... confusing as all hell.

    The only reason Iran isn't right now a democracy is because it was overthrown by America and Britain in 1953, for having the audacity to want the profits from it's own oil fields.

    And honestly, are you suggesting we invade them? Have you even stopped to consider what actual Iranians want?

    >Have you done ANYTHING AT ALL to help the people of afghanistan? You know, other than bitch about the US, because that doesn't count.

    What should I do to help them? Wear red shirts on Friday? Stick a fucking camo ribbon on my car? I live in a Conservative riding, in a conservative province, with a Conservative government, surrounded by uninformed hipsters and yuppies.

    >Because if we leave they are completely on their own, with the Taliban and the Northern Alliance as the governing faction.

    And the difference will be negligible. For all the money we're spending there accomplishing literally *less than nothing*, we could ship every female in Afghanistan to the prairies and send them back a decade later armed with abortions and science textbooks.

    >PS. If the NDP, liberals, and liberal Bloc thought stopping the war was a good idea they would have voted against it and toppled the government. They did not. It's not the Conservative's war, it's our war.

    The NDP and the Bloc did vote against it. The Liberals are complete scrotums, but again, I think the vote would be different if they had formed government instead of imploding.

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  • fzlrsk

    fzlrsk

    March 10, 2015, 5:35 pm

    i'm jumping in here to give a female perspective. i'm stylish, attractive (i am confident enough in my looks to pick up guys elsewhere), intelligent, independent and single. i have used CL several times to meet guys for a casual sexual relationship when i don't have a boyfriend and work or whatever is taking up too much of my time and energy to get out there and meet people. i don't feel comfortable going to bars alone and while i have a lot of friends a lot of them are getting married and having kids, so we don't go out to bars, gigs and clubs anymore, where i met guys exclusively in my 20s (along with friend gatherings, dinner parties etc). i'm now in my mid-30s, work on a computer much of the day and would love to go to a bar and meet a new guy in person almost every night but it takes a lot of time. so, maybe much like the OP i'm up for some play but also trust my instinct when meeting people online as to who is worth meeting up with. the OP seems to have a better success rate: many of the guys i will end up meeting out (we generally meet at a bar near where i live, always a bar i already know) just aren't interesting or are looking for a relationship, or have flat-out exaggerated themselves in their post. so the OP impresses me with his honesty and clarity and is probably someone whose post i'd reply to to check him out.

    i'd go as far to suggest, if you're not already the kind of guy who will readily meet someone randomly out and quickly form a sexual, non-committal relationship then this kind of CL encounter may not be for you until you're comfortable doing this in real-life. your confidence is the key (and by that it goes for not being over-confident, a real turn-off for any sane woman).

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  • Amendmen7

    Amendmen7

    March 10, 2015, 7:30 am

    Unless you pay attention to the psychology of personal influence, you probably are not the smartest guy in the room though you may process symbols the most rapidly.

    If you actually want to change a person's behavior, you need to understand the psychology of said target. Each individual has very specific conditions in which they are ready to soak up advice, and these conditions depend on who's giving the advice (Are you a boss? coworker? subordinate? grandson? 5 year old nephew?) . If your goal is actually to correct behavior, then study the people with whom you interact and discover how to enter them into a state where they're prepared to receive advice from you. Only dispense advice when they're in that state.

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  • indorock

    indorock

    March 10, 2015, 4:19 pm

    That's funny you should say that, cause I have a Macbook with glossy display and Macbook Pro with matte display (both LED backlighting) and the MBP is **infinitely** clearer in *all* conditions, except in a pitch black room. Regarding normal situations, however, such as an office with fluorescent tube lighting, or next to a sunny window, the matte screen wins hands down, every time. I see every little reflection of all light sources and reflections in the glossy screen and it is infurating. Sometimes the only way to see certain aspects of the design I'm working on is by moving my head around so the reflection moves in relation to the screen. But forget about a balanced, distraction-free view of the whole screen, unless i close my blinds and turn off my lights.

    So I don't know if you have superman vision or just like making stuff up, but I couldn't disagree with you more.

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  • bluecalx2

    bluecalx2

    March 11, 2015, 12:46 am

    > Something is worth whatever someone is willing to trade for it

    I argue this point. What people are willing to pay determines how much a business can *charge* for something. Such costs do not always take into account the wealth that is taken from the earth, or equitable labor costs.

    > Government intervention causes certain corporations an unfair advantage.

    Government invention also (when it functions properly) protects us from buying contaminated milk. That is certainly bad for the company and raises their costs. But it's tremendously good for you and I who are drinking the milk. I don't think that's unjustified. Now if the company is only trying to make money, it will try to minimize those costs, which means lobbying the FDA to approve lower quality milk. Great for profits, bad for people.

    > So you are saying having no opportunity for a job is better than having an opportunity for a job that isn't great? Even in socialism, some people will still have to do those same jobs.

    Quite the opposite. I think everyone should have *more* opportunities for the *best* jobs. The crappy jobs need to be done, yes. So why not share them? Everyone does their share of the undesirable work in exchange for a livable wage and more free time to pursue meaningful careers. Then when new technology comes along, there isn't a section of the workforce that becomes unemployed. Instead, there's less undesirable work that needs to be done, raising the standard of living for every single member of society.

    > "corporations" cannot actually exist without government.

    This is a good point. Many of my objections deal specifically with the corporation, which has built into it a legal mandate to put making money above all other concerns. So we would have to define exactly how a post-government, post-corporate business should operate.

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  • nonrate

    nonrate

    March 10, 2015, 10:31 am

    It sounds more like he believes his views are so correct that maybe he's felt no reason to change them. In many cases when people "flip-flop" a position, it has nothing to do with consistency but the fact new information may justify a new position. In the case of Dr. Paul's positions, I believe most of the new information that has come forward actually supports some of his views more today than 20 years ago.

    On another note, some of his views are seemingly too idealistic to work in our current model of hysteria, paranoia, and just plain irrationality.

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