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  • ---sniff---


    March 10, 2015, 6:42 pm

    Round to 10,000 digits? 2.7182818284590452353602874713526624977572470936999595749669676277240766303535475945713821785251664274274663919320030599218174135966290435729003342952605956307273100853237805275106368648701695314186552748459082449550453392864976427741366416596463663250873609158413439709998317035382338009211681465541537493054202224617093212309491677634993111307030292569893420676439191366503848735788466107757255763079218988673537904194120433774064949070738630790492489764370698362973668621984292507677002141574065002938269544068718779542709697662474652436662951385720192083031772692340977016567453922577791473416036849357231033044857614290266332635293797344504000613119416470868982597552087347829370853870094341780806567997280704595039170133514312438730052201840596596290585721481240842118500647750398179419612185733693597332336227260602518178388927025136194920607824386937023374814484201715707221499854656151809995508987059685112005970217969141325866928660231731022979729068783220835224413915990618593145821470347881544516647983250462625226802944497473484653275180616483206218085347503591398004482219928754115421760307308298093805920594877077289150276094679343039089600258059624590109090386356736454543843794457045921855094655336010469921962626941012691045890340647723383513632617624742197059501772297495397551854979415896674068860108




































































  • snowpup


    March 11, 2015, 2:42 am

    I totally agree, I find that the "openness" comes at a price: the lack of depth. There are really no complex characters or plot lines in any of those games, because all the choices you get to make along the way must be handled in a generic way so the game can still progress. It is much like a choose your own adventure book, which are fun when you're 7 but soon you realize they are terrible books.

    I much more prefer a game like Final Fantasy 10 or 12 where the characters and plot are written with more depth like a movie or book. I know some people criticize this and say they don't want to "play a movie," but I actually like it. If the story can make you care about the characters and plot you'll want to keep playing.


  • intrigued11


    March 10, 2015, 11:19 pm

    In your opinion, what would happen to a normal, well raised teenage boy indited of involuntary manslaughter (2 counts) for making the mistake of entering the freeway going the wrong way late at night and having a head on collision causing 2 deaths in the other car. I am not asking for your legal opinion, but would value your psychological experience. Due to the circumstances and laws of his state, he will be tried as an adult. This is the first time he has been in trouble (and it is a doozey), but he is no criminal. What will any prison time be likely to do to his emotional state of mind? Will he come out of prison, if convicted, with a propensity for criminal activity due to the company he kept while incarcerated?

    I am quite worried that he will be a changed young man, and not for the better. This experience has already taken a huge toll on his emotional well being. I would greatly appreciate any opinions and information you can offer me in this situation.

    thank you.


  • obsessedwithamas


    March 10, 2015, 8:20 am

    Whenever a child is born, they should be immediately, anonymously and permanently transferred to mother who also recently had a baby. This would mean that if you have a child, you can be assured you get a child, but not that it will have any of your genetic characteristics.

    As a result, everyone who is rich will have a huge incentive to improve prenatal care and general welfare. Everyone who is poor can be assured "their" children will have a better life. Such a program would also help to curb sexism, racism and other forms of prejudice.

    Scary, eh?


  • lulz


    March 11, 2015, 6:58 am

    You're better off being direct about this. Been in the same situation, and my feelings didn't fade with time, on the contrary they just got stronger. It's likely the same thing'll happen to you.

    If/when you tell him about your feelings, make sure to keep one thing in mind. I've been in this situation on the other end too, and the number one thing that'll freak him out is if he feels trapped. Try and be as independent and non-clingy as possible about your feelings, just let him know you're developing romantic feelings for him and leave the ball in his court.


  • waddupeverybody


    March 10, 2015, 7:01 pm

    I play individually. I would like to do team play, but the problem is the possibility for theft is too high of a risk. You need to do it with people you trust with tens of thousands of dollars and none of my friends want to quit their day job. So no, it is not necessary, but for Vegas at high limits, I would say yes it is.

    Quick explanation: spotters play minimums no matter what and then signal in the big player when the table is advantageous to the player. he bets big until it's no longer good then "hops" to another good table. So you have minimum bets playing bad shoes and big bets playing good shoes = win.

    I sit at a random table yes and I also "back count" stand behind a table until the count is good then jump in.


  • refusedlud


    March 10, 2015, 11:49 am

    deforestation? wow. lets say i own a field. it is full of trees. i make money chopping them down and selling the wood. now, at SOME point, it is in my self interest to make sure my supply of trees will still be there, so i plant trees, slow down, whatever. it is, in fact, my economic well being and self interest that keeps this cycle going. it is not the govt that is making me do this, nor should it.

    all the other industries you named are full of problems precisely because of the govt. the govt is the only one capable of giving breaks and writing legislation to benefit these companies, which allow them to do this. the govt should have NO role, either way, and let the market decide.

    its unfortunate that people like you cry that the market has failed, while we have never actually had this! the govt has been involved already, and it is that involvement that is unequally benefiting one company over another. take away that edge, and everyone would actually be free to compete.


  • rainman_104


    March 11, 2015, 9:51 am

    >. There are things like EI that need attention right now.

    EI Needed attention six years ago. Jack Layton had his chances to encourage EI reform and sat idle farting around with debit card fees and credit card interest rates. Ignatieff is the one who brought this issue front and center, which is ironic given the liberal track record of raiding the EI surplusses for the last eight years.

    Sorry, Jack failed. He was just saving his hide here. The dippers were down in the polls, nothing more.


  • purplecrackers


    March 10, 2015, 10:02 pm

    "I'd like to know why female genital mutilation, a.k.a FGM... is illegal in the US... yet it's just fine and dandy when a doctor cuts up a boy?"

    Lots of white people practice male circumcision. Female circumcision and FGM are mostly brown people things. Therefore male circumcision is "normal", and female circumcision is gross and foreign.

    "IIRC any genital surgery on a girls under 18 is illegal"

    Maybe for cosmetic/elective genital surgery? I'm not American but I'm pretty sure it wouldn't be illegal to do needed surgery on a girl's genitals.


  • sidewalkcruiser


    March 11, 2015, 12:17 am

    Sometimes I think in my head what if? Or, impulse thoughts as one redditor called them.

    I am driving over a bridge. What if I drive over the bridge and into the water below.

    I am driving down a street. What if I ran up onto the sidewalk and crushed a bunch of people.

    I am looking out a window. What if I jumped out of the window.

    I am writing a paper. What if I jammed the pencil into my leg.

    I am listening someone. What if I punched them in the face.

    And on and on and on... Really just mentioned the tame ones.

    I to have never acted on any of these impulse thoughts.


  • hampster


    March 10, 2015, 12:31 pm

    The problem there is that my college focuses heavily on class participation and discussion and very little on lectures (it's a very small school; only 15-20 people in most courses). There are barely any textbooks. Professors assign roughly 10 - 80 pages of reading most days, sometimes more, which are to be done in 2-4 days, most of the time. No tests and grades, so I can't just memorize things I need to know for exams and be done with it.

    But that's a whole other issue. My school is based off of an "alternative education system," where thinking is key, and simply *knowing* is not enough. I feel like I'm not good enough to be here.


  • loadedlen


    March 11, 2015, 8:46 am

    I was a video editor. The suite I used was also a product they sold to other video production houses. They claimed I wasn't doing enough to sell the equipment, which is true - I wasn't hired to sell it, I was hired to edit their productions. I got nothing but the cold shoulder after I made my comment, and I feel that I was asked to leave as both a courtesy (not being fired) and as a way for them to cover their own ass from a lawsuit. I already had job offers standing from previous clients so I wasn't interested in pursuing legal action. I was working again within a few days (for more money)


  • youngnanny


    March 10, 2015, 9:27 am

    I did cook. At first it was just things I knew - grilled cheese, pasta, PB&J. After a while, i started to get more comfortable in the kitchen to the point where I was more confident and could make things that tasted better and were healthier (that doesn't mean they ate them...)

    Most of the time, people aren't looking for a great chef, if you can squeak by on those foods I listed, you'll be fine. They're not usually expecting a 3-star french chef, just someone who can feed their kids.

    The only experience i had was a lot of babysitting and childcare classes in High School. I did continue my education while working with them (weekend/night classes). They were very brave for hiring me, but ultimately - very happy.

    I am currently going for my BFA in Fashion Design (total career change, right?)

    I have only taken care of babies while babysitting, but they really aren't very scary. Just some diaper changes and regular feedings and a lot of talking about nonsense. 8 year olds are harder to entertain.


  • linkfpcm


    March 10, 2015, 3:07 pm

    I am 33 years old and went from a personal net worth of around 10 M euro to owing 1 M to the banks. My company (I partially owned and was director of) went bankrupt and I am in the middle of about a dozen court cases, some from my creditors some against my debtors. I am trying to start a new business to get back on my feet and eventually pay back my debts.

    This time 2 years ago I had about 100k in my bank account, 2 cars and 1 motorcycle and a nice house. Now I take the bus to work and have 1000 euro left.

    But to tell the truth life is still good, money is only part of it.

    edit: spelling


  • selekt86


    March 10, 2015, 1:13 pm

    Not sure if this is real. I am inclined to believe that it is, considering the way it is written ...

    Found it as one of the comments to a thread on a website making fun of the video.

    Boostalk Says:

    This is the actual Boostalk… so i dont give a fuck what anyone says…. about my rap… i like rap and i love writing music… and you think that this fuckin internet shit is gonna stop me watch./… oh and now im a wigger… all you fuckin niggers out there are fuckin stupid… i quote… oh yea im black i rap… theres no place for a white boy especually from cananda cz all day long i go out and pop dudes cz im cool…. yea fuck that… you fuckin idiots… goin on posting my video all over the net… i did it for fuckin fun cz i was board… fuckin tell me im not gonna make the rap game… who the fuck said i want to… and to go for the girl in the video… THATS NOT MY FUCKIN SISTER…. get it right…. and for me not getting a girl pregnant watch me… so you fuckin chumps keep posting my video all over the net…. i dont care… eh i gave you more to post to… POST THIS FUCKIN REPLYABOUT H0W I THINK OF THIS… you think you guys are matur… thats fuckin grade two shit….. grow some balls and get with reality…. you guys have no life if all you do is come on the computer and make false videos of me… get a fuckin life… and you say imgoin no where… i can garantee that non of yous are goin far…. and for half of you who diss my rap… i would love to see how half of you sound… eh i got an idea… make a song send it to…. here ill even give ya e mail…. [email protected]…. and if i dont get any songs back in a month… im gonna laugh and call you all fucks… your jsut computer talk…. fuckin tough guys acting tough on the net… peace the fuck out… oh and dont forget to post this in the next false video you make… oh and for immortal technique… i never liked your shit…


  • VodkaElite


    March 10, 2015, 3:21 pm

    The point is that male circumcision is considered the norm because they have enough money to make the propaganda that makes people want to believe it's a useful surgery.

    It's no excuse that we circumcise babies to prevent HIV, because in case you didn't notice... it's illegal for minors to have sex (looking at the numbers of sex offenders that are under 18 for just having sex)... which would mean minors shouldn't be having sex, thus there's no reason that they can't just wait until they're 18 years old to choose if they're going to be circumcised.

    Also, circumcision in the US was started because they WERE TRYING TO PREVENT MALE SEXUAL PLEASURE. Go google what Mr. Kellogg (yes, the creator of the cereal) had to say about circumcision.

    Girls have the same hygiene problems as males btw. Girls can get smegma and everything else an uncut guy gets but it's "technically" harder for a girl to clean themselves (with the exception of a guy that has phimosis.)

    Say something else so I can point out the flaws in it =P


  • sleepy101


    March 10, 2015, 5:54 pm

    Health Care: The Obama White House cleared an important hurdle in the health care reform debate when it appropriated $19 billion in the stimulus package to help implement an electronic medical record system.

    Transportation: Since the passage of the economic stimulus package in mid-February, the Obama Department of Transportation has approved 2,500 highway projects. The movement of stimulus money out the door has been as swift as it has been effective: $9.3 billion has been spent in all 50 states. Touting its impact, DOT officials say 260,000 jobs are expected from this investment.

    Education: New college tax credit for working and middle class families (in addition to a middle class tax cut) A $9 billion savings for America's families.

    Auto-tech - approved funds for new battery research.

    Started reviewing and releasing innocent prisoners at Gitmo. As per the Seton Hall study 80% are not guilty of any crimes. See Harpers on-line.

    Approved funds for city anti-gang task force. Funds that were cut during Bush years.

    Signed Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009 protecting millions of acres of America's natural heritage.

    Recovery Act passed. Stopped the economy from continuing the freefall crash that begin during Bush years and Republican control of Congress. Things might be bad, but they could have been worse.

    Started removing troops from Iraq as promised.

    Has started to engage with world leaders who had viewed Bush as an arrogant and ineffective leader.


  • ratedsar


    March 10, 2015, 1:44 pm

    I'm not sure that "avoiding funding at all costs" should be on the list. Many startups that have been funded attain some degree of success.

    I might even suggest that the "proper" funding is going to force the business to be "successful" whether or not the idea is good or has the right people - which is probably why it is listed here.

    Not starting with trying to find funding is a reasonable suggestion.

    A lot of people might even consider a Venture or Angel group funding enough to pay some salary to initial workers a form of success.


  • bluequail


    March 11, 2015, 1:35 am

    My dad's grandparents had something of the sort - every one of their kids (none of whom were overweight) had had a heart attack by the age of 40. There was even a write up on them in some medical journal.

    But kind of odd. I told elsewhere in this thread about the last child I had. About 5-6 days prior to our conceiving, my husband was exposed to phenol at work. The whole crew was (result of a Kirby tankerman telling an inspector to vent to atmosphere instead of going through baytanks vapor recovery system, and even, instead of using the relief valve where there was nothing, the inspector used the vent that was nearest the fresh air intake for the boat). But one of the husband's deckhand's wife and myself both ended up pregnant within a week of that. I have often said that instead of calling it phenol, they ought to change the name to phertilenol. Both of our children were born 47xxy. Yet Kirby did this really shady thing where they threatened both parties that if either of us ever sued on our children's behalves, they would black ball each man from the industry. Kirby was one of those fuckered up companies that had merged with Hollywood, which was in part owned by Bush... so I don't doubt that pressure could have been exerted on judges, and things of the sort. In the meantime, I have a little boy that isn't merging into our world very well, and is the one paying the price for having these kinds of problems.


  • keepinithamsta


    March 10, 2015, 11:34 pm

    I've noticed that in recent times looking back at games. A lot of games had maybe an hour of gameplay if you were good. I remember having to practice levels repeatedly until I could beat them without losing a life. No lives means you're starting over from the beginning. Eventually memorize that level and move onto the next. This gave me weeks and maybe even months depending on how sadistic the developers were. That is what pushed me towards RPGs more than other games back then. I'll admit I wasn't that great in action games when I was a kid. After almost two decades of playing games things have changed. Now I love difficult action games. It saddens me when such a game has a reviewer list not having a checkpoint every 2 minutes is a negative aspect of a game.


  • rek


    March 10, 2015, 5:38 pm

    Insider trading isn't about insiders trading, it's fine for insiders to trade, the illegal part is trading on non-public information. There is absolutely no valid argument *for* insider trading. Stealing money from people is **not** price discovery: it's cheating. Price discovery will happen only when the information is made public and **only at that point** is it legal to trade on the information.

    I've never actually heard of anyone even suggest an argument *for* insider trading. That's like if I was on a sports team and I bet all my money that our team would lose and then purposely lost the game. It has nothing to do with price discovery, it has to do with robbery.


  • crusoe


    March 10, 2015, 4:16 pm

    What is sad, is as a contractor, Google should pay you more since often the benefits provided by the contracting company are platry in comparison to a regular job.

    But this rarely occurs. My take home is rarely much larger than when I had a W2, but I didn't get vacation, or a great health plan / 401k, etc.

    Google and others get to save the payroll taxes, and effectively pay a lower rate because of lackluster benefits.

    And there is no easy way for 'contractors' to claw back some of this, because even when working for a contracting firm, they are hardly ever paid a wage that reflects the fact they don't get as many benes.


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