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  • mersault

    mersault

    March 10, 2015, 10:40 am

    I think it's pretty unfortunate that the environment in the states is configured in such a way that people end up in your circumstance. Poor and sick? We'll cover you. Rich and sick, well you're rich, it's fine. Middle class, trying to get your start in life, and sick? SOL.

    I get this impression that a lot of Americans believe that they live in a free market paradise, but the simple fact is that there are no truly free markets. This is especially the case with markets like health care. And in the absence of a truly free market, it's important that the regulatory framework is setup such that people who want to work hard and be productive can do so, and be rewarded for it regardless of other circumstances. Any time a person has to quit their job so that they qualify for assistance or subsidy, there has been a failure of both market and regulation.

    Also, with regards to health care, the answer isn't less regulation, but smarter regulation.

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  • guisar

    guisar

    March 10, 2015, 9:21 pm

    What is the difference (feature wise) between this and say Unison. I use unison regularly particularly because of it's availability on MS and Linux however I would like the ability to designate a "master slave except when the slave has something new but the master dominates in case of a deletion" rule. Sounds complicated perhaps but I have to keep my laptop (Linux) synced up with my desktop (also LInux) and our corporate repository (MS Windows) and I don't want something someone does on the corporate repo messing up my filestore. I also write and save to both my desktop and laptop and while Unison allows me to resolve things manually that's a painstaking and error-prone process given the limited info the graphical (aka MS WIndows) version of Unison presents. Does sync do this?

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  • Vinay92

    Vinay92

    March 10, 2015, 3:00 pm

    I gather one of three possibilities from what I read:

    * You want to sow your seeds

    * You are not intellectually independent

    * You are not satisfied with her as a partner

    Let's be rational about this. You seem like a pretty intelligent guy from what I've seen on reddit. The higher your intelligence, the higher you set your standards, in terms of prospective partners. Correct? So I'm guessing your standards must be relatively high and detailed. The higher your standards are, the smaller the pool of compatible people amongst the general population becomes; the lower your chances of finding compatible partners.

    Now. You *already* found a compatible partner. You have her. Why would you want to give that up when there's such a low chance of finding someone better? What exactly do you want/expect to get out of dating? You can't tell me you want to date just because everyone else does. That's not a reason and it makes you into a sheep; and I'm sure you don't like to think of yourself as someone that just follows the crowd. So, either you just want to have a lot of sex with different people, or you seek some emotional gratification that you aren't getting from your current partner, or you just don't think you two are compatible in the long term. Or, I was wrong and you don't actually have a detailed picture of what you want out of a partner.

    Either way, think about it. All I will say is this.. if your girl is smart and you tell her you want a break, she'll make it permanent. You're basically breaking whatever trust you guys have. I wouldn't take you back after a stunt like that.

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  • wallish

    wallish

    March 10, 2015, 11:27 am

    Nailgun (or similar) makes sense for the actual engineer. Replace pistol, have jarate-like temporary effect on cloaked spies.

    However, the EMP grenade would make more sense for Demoman. Replace stickies (or pipes?), does almost no damage to people but drains 100% cloak from spies and does "crit" damage to buildings. Makes the Demoman a much better class for taking out emplacements, as it should be. Give it a smaller explosion radius than normal pipe, slower fire rate, and maybe make it do a 1-second sap on buildings it hits as well (though that might be too much).

    We can pretty much expect the P.D.Q., though. I'm not big on the idea (very fast build time but can't upgrade, so you need another engineer for help), but it's a reasonable update.

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  • Law_Student

    Law_Student

    March 10, 2015, 11:18 pm

    To clarify for Reddit with my best understanding of the subject:

    There is a tort that anyone can bring called malicious prosecution. It requires that the legal action, criminal or civil, have been brought without any decent reason to do so, based on a probable cause standard.

    My educated guess is that the 'unresolved issue' here is whether a malicious prosecution case can stand if there was probable cause to bring the case, but the prosecutor committed grievous (and possibly criminal) breeches of ethics after charges were filed.

    Regardless of this 'unresolved' question, the prosecutor can and should be charged by another prosecutor with criminal misconduct, suborning perjury, etc. There's even a rule that committing perjury in a criminal trial to get someone convicted subjects you to the same possible penalties as the person you are testifying against, and it wouldn't be much of a stretch to apply that to the prosecutor suborning perjury in such a case, leading to 25 years or more in prison here.

    The problem is that it is extremely rare for prosecutors to bring charges against members of law enforcement who've done things that are criminal. Part of it is because juries are hard to convince that officers of the law did something wrong, and part of it is that prosecuting police and prosecutors doesn't play well in political attack ads and risks compromising their ability to work with law enforcement in the future.

    The former problem might be changing as more and more people see the sheer frequency of these cases of illegal acts by law enforcement. As for the latter, I believe we need prosecutors whose sole job is to bring charges against members of law enforcement who've acted illegally so that those issues are less of a concern.

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  • Farfalla

    Farfalla

    March 10, 2015, 11:57 am

    I can relate to that. There are definite benefits, as you said, such as optimism, a feeling that things will all work themselves out, and not being bogged down or stressed.

    On the other hand, it sometimes makes me feel cold when my friends or people I'm close to have problems and I can only relate by intellectually dissecting the problem and not feeling real empathy. Because I know in their situation, I wouldn't have the slightest worry.

    On the issue of money problems, I lost my wallet last week, and after a 20 minute search I stopped caring. My mindset changed from "fuck, I lost my money and credit cards and condoms" to "sweet, I'm being freed from my material possession." By the time my wallet was found and returned a few days later I had almost no interest in the matter.

    So it goes, so it goes.

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  • JoeAlias

    JoeAlias

    March 10, 2015, 10:56 am

    >"Yours undies look ridiculous over your head. Are they yours?"

    Oh, if only I knew what that meant???? Nobody's reading this anymore so I can say this without me looking bad and the only person 'relevant' reading it:

    **You lied when you said you had a dual degree in politics. You're clearly, especially when viewing your comment history, not that eloquent, advanced nor intelligent enough....even for the cheap compromised polytechnic-college standard of today. To argue that schools of libertarian thought, whether one agrees with it or not, has not contemplated and addressed the authoritarian aspect or influence of the economy manifest in corporation is not just lame but ridiculously stupid.**

    **You didn't get a degree. You lied. You just wished you did and you wished more people took notice of what you had to say. But they don't.**

    **I win. I nailed you, I summed you up better than your parents and I did it all on the internet. You can't even respond because you were dumb enough to respond to a temporary account which is about to be tossed like an orange peel at half time. You may type but I will never read it; nobody else will ever see it either. All that will be left is your anger, frustration and the knowledge that I bitch slapped you on the internet. The saying goes that arguing on the internet is like competing in the Special Olympics. You just got beat on the internet. How 'special' must you feel....**

    Respond if you wish.....it is just to yourself. This user account has been password disabled and with 1 vote up and 2 days old even on a Libertarian subreddit this thread has been doomed to obscurity. I know you lied. You know you lied. You know I know you lied. It was fun for a while playing Monkey Island sword fighting with you but now the only thing left here is your pent up frustration made worse by this smiley face :)

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  • sfexchange

    sfexchange

    March 10, 2015, 6:30 am

    I am a 15-year old danish exchange student 2 months into my stay in a suburb near San Francisco, and even though i live with a very non-religious guy (by american terms, mind you), I have a lot of questions regarding your stay:

    You have awesome taste in music! And judging by you being on reddit, you must have some fondness for computers/technology. How did you find like-minded friends? Did you?

    Did you join any sports/clubs to do so?

    Any other advice for a fellow exchange student?

    By the way, I really feel with you coming to Alabama, it was my worst nightmare before I knew my host family :/

    edit: first time using markdown

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  • automatedresponse

    automatedresponse

    March 10, 2015, 1:43 pm

    Geimer is surprisingly magnanimous in her feelings about the director.

    "Straight up, what he did to me was wrong," Geimer says. "But I wish he would return to America so the whole ordeal can be put to rest for both of us.

    "After the publicity came out, I knew it was just as bad for him as it was for me. I'm sure if he could go back, he wouldn't do it again. He made a terrible mistake but he's paid for it.

    "What he did has nothing to do with whether or not he should win an Academy Award," she says. "The film should be judged on its merits alone. I guess people want to me to be really angry and hateful toward him; honestly, I don't feel that way. I think he's a really good director."

    Geimer has not seen "The Pianist" because she doesn't think its dark theme is "my kind of film."

    "I'm fine now; I have a great life. I can't go back and change things, and I don't dwell," she says, then starts laughing. "I can tell you what Dave and I will be doing Sunday night: watching the Academy Awards.

    "You can't be from L.A. and not watch the Oscars."

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  • theDashRendar

    theDashRendar

    March 10, 2015, 5:29 pm

    then it is not a premonition, nor does it fit with his description.

    That would be like me saying "A magical ghost told me that there will be no golfing on Saturday!" when I work for a weather company and there is a 90% chance of snow at the golf course. There is no magic ghost, even if it does snow and nobody gets to golf (and if I'm wrong I'll say I was refering to another Saturday, because I never specified it nor could I). Ghosts dont exist and there are no psychic premonitions. Quit living in the superstitious 17th century, and come join us in the year 2009.

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  • RedSalesperson

    RedSalesperson

    March 10, 2015, 6:33 pm

    Maybe I'm misinterpreting something, but it seems like you're yelling at me. I don't know why I'm being yelled at, I'm just discussing the fact that it's not the expense of college that limits the number of doctors, it's the fact that physicians and lobbyists from the AMA have fought for limiting the opening of new med schools, because in the past they were afraid of a glut of doctors (now the opposite is occurring).

    So why are you yelling at me? And is juktmicronics referring to me as a Paultard? Because I know the AMA isn't a government organization, but it's still been a very influential voice, especially in the past. Today membership is dropping, but that doesn't change a lot of what they've already done.

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  • codesoup

    codesoup

    March 10, 2015, 9:57 pm

    I hate fox (really just fox news) as much as the next redditer, but I'll be damned if I'm going to complain about nudity on TV, even if fox network 'deserves it'. I am not going to change my feeling about it just because fox news is doing it, and feel the same way about this as I did about Janet Jackson showing a boob during the Super Bowl. Really, who cares?

    Choose your battles wisely. This one is counter-productive, unless of course you are an uptight puritan, in that case by all means continue your fight for decency.

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