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De Kringdag werd georganiseerd door Schuttersgilde St. Narrator: As many began to abandon Clinton, one person rose strongly to his defense.

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  • trek42

    trek42

    March 10, 2015, 12:10 pm

    I have been a huge fan of Top Chef from the start and there are always a few things I wondered. Of course I am going to forget the best questions now that I finally have a chance to ask, but I’ll try. You already answered about "guided eliminations", but here are a few others:

    - Who was your favourite guest judge? Least favourite? And why, if you are up for an explanation.

    - Was it really always super picky with timing and stuff? I always pictured it getting a tad more lenient in the end, especially when cooking for very important guest judges or celebrities.

    - What is your one favourite specialty gadget? I mean something more interesting than a good knife or food processor. If you say anything that creates foam I think you will give away your identity…

    - What is the weirdest food that you have not only eaten, but you actually think is pretty darn good? Something that you might recommend we all go out of our way to try, since we are likely not to try it in any normal situation.

    - Jennifer Coolidge: seriously? Any stories with that one?

    - Are you Michael? If so, I heart you and you were my favourite. If you are not Michael, I’m sure you are still awesome, don’t worry.

    Edit: Formatting

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  • apriloneil

    apriloneil

    March 10, 2015, 7:50 pm

    It was out in the middle of nowhere essentially, about 7pm in winter. The nearest place was the horse track, so we can only assume the guy had been there drinking.

    He was standing in the middle of the road, wearing dark clothes. There was an oncoming car, so my mum had her lights dimmed. Mum explained she was looking off to one side, as you do when there's an oncoming car.

    He was facing the oncoming car and kind of turned away, only to turn right into my mum's bonnet, while she was doing 100kmh. There weren't even any skidmarks on the road she didn't have enough time to even brake.

    I suppose it's fortunate, though, that he didn't walk in front of the oncoming car. The driver was an 18 year old girl who'd only had her license for a few months.

    It was ruled as purely accidental and no charges were pressed. Mum wasn't speeding, wasn't under the influence of anything, and like I said before, it was out in essentially open country where you wouldn't expect pedestrians. It was just sheer fucking bad luck.

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  • Fire_1

    Fire_1

    March 10, 2015, 4:51 pm

    Do what i want to means im going to do what i want to, which means what i would rather do. thats what you said. I want to go home really bad im over oregon and im over fishing im not doing what i want to do, i wish i could go home and it is a really tough decision. If i could i would go home right now. but there are more important things that need to be done. I seriously took the approach of flipping a coin it was heads, so now im going fishing. i will probably regret my decision but wtf am i going to do?

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  • hseldon10

    hseldon10

    March 10, 2015, 6:19 am

    ¿Qué es un certificado bursatil?

    Es un papel firmado por el emisor (en este caso, la CFE) en donde se comprometen a pagar el número con el que el papel viene impreso.

    Digamos, por ejemplo, en el caso de la CFE, que esta emitió 2 millones 650 mil certificados con un valor de mil pesos. La CFE se compromete a pagar mil pesos por cada papelito en 15 años.

    El tema es que el emisor no recibe los mil pesos que vale el certificado. Recibe menos dinero. Digamos que recibe 900 pesos por cada papelito. Efectivamente, la CFE debe más de lo que recibe. La diferencia, es la ganancia del inversionista.

    El hecho de que haya suficientes inversionistas dispuestos a prestarle dinero a la CFE es considerado por la empresa como un "éxito". ¡De cuándo a acá! Yo pensé que el objetivo era reducir la deuda, no aumentarlo

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  • stupidreasons

    stupidreasons

    March 10, 2015, 3:22 pm

    I was in Duke University's Talent Identification Program in middle school. They had a bunch of weekend seminar things on interesting subjects you don't really get in middle school, like law, debate, and media literacy...the stuff I learned there has really stuck with me, and I'm glad I was exposed to it as early as I was. I got to UNC-CH now, and have some serious difficulty hating Duke because of my experiences with TIP...it's a pretty big problem for me, actually.

    I also took lots of AP classes in high school, but where I was, it really wasn't tracked...you chose what levels of classes you took, and didn't get stuck into a program, per se.

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  • DSchmitt

    DSchmitt

    March 10, 2015, 1:40 pm

    The US revolution changed the government, but much of the legal system - the common laws and precedent of the old system was kept in place, and many that were powerful men under Britain became powerful men in the US. Was it a change or a replacement? Both, of course. The Russian Federation was a change of government from the USSR, but many in power before were in power after. Was it a change or replacement? Both, still. To have a change you have to replace one thing with another... replacement of laws, replacement of people in power, replacement of a constitution, etc. It's a matter of degrees.

    In this case, we need to replace those in power: the health insurance companies. That's a change fore the better.

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  • obsessedwithamas

    obsessedwithamas

    March 10, 2015, 4:00 pm

    I can understand that when you fly the CSA flag, it is a representation of your personal culture and history and your pride in your heritage. For you it does not symbolize racism and you do not consider yourself a racist.

    However, one might also speculate that some other person flies the CSA flag at least in part *because* it does represent racism, and that such a person believes that blacks are inferior.

    In your experience, do such people exist? If so, how commonplace are they? What percentage of CSA-flag-bearers are like them?

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  • Neiliosullivan

    Neiliosullivan

    March 10, 2015, 6:55 pm

    Hehe, it's true that it's easy to spot another counter. We can't help but lay it on when the cards are good, then off when they are bad. I've taught my friends how to spot it to some degree and "ride" a counter.

    One thing people should avoid. Don't do this around friends that don't know you do it. I've had a drunken pal walk up, see how much I'm up and exclaim "YOU COUNTIN' CARDS OR SOMETHING??!!!??!111"

    When people ask what I do instead of saying professional gambler I simply say I'm a mathematician.

    It's funny how you describe your act because I've seen so much of that around table I bet you blend in well. I on the other hand go with the scruffy dumb drunk hick cover. Works like a charm and the beard hides my pretty face.

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  • ajf

    ajf

    March 10, 2015, 6:33 am

    The problem is that there needs to be a financial incentive make food healthier. They should be forced to pay all refunds for recalled food, eaten or not, simply because they put people at risk and deserve to pay. They should also be passing the cost to pay refunds back to their suppliers, simply because the only thing these companies understand is money.

    Whole Foods had a beef recall, we bought 5lbs., ate it (over the course of a week), learned about the recall, took the receipt back and they gave us a full refund.

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  • liko

    liko

    March 10, 2015, 10:46 pm

    And this is why I find it absolutely insane that these guys would get arrested over this. Mike was listening *online* (so was I). The Pittsburgh police chatter was *all* broadcast online. What is the difference if the protesters were listening via iPhones or watching a tweet stream? Nothing! This is just an attempt to squash any dissent and keep the proles inline. I would be willing to make a friendly wager that the charges will be dropped after enough court costs have been wracked up to ensure these poor individuals will be enslaved for the rest of their lives.

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  • zelpop

    zelpop

    March 10, 2015, 8:51 pm

    No, the headline is accurate if you parse it correctly. I wrote, "As of 1996" which is when the most recent of the docs so far revealed, Polanski hadn't yet made a payment. I also wrote "that bargain", that referring to the original $500K, which he most definitely did not pay when the original settlement was made. Maybe he finally paid in 1996, or 1997.We don't know. It's likely that he did or else I doubt his accuser would be so keen to let him go (and she's perfectly within her rights to demand money through the civil justice system). Still, to wait three years...I know directors don't make superstar actor salaries from their movies, but I suspect $500K wouldn't bankrupt Polanski.

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  • Antidote

    Antidote

    March 10, 2015, 2:02 pm

    Oh man if they found pagan symbols that MUST mean there's ghosts because pagan symbols are of course the channel to "the other side." Simply being unable to disprove something does not mean that there is even a remote possibility that it is true. The only valid conclusions are ones that are based on empirical evidence that can be observed and analyzed. You have to look at this from a different perspective and try and explain what force could possibly cause all the cliche spooky events that you have described. The universe has shown us that it is ever changing but it is knowable and mostly predictable given the correct inputs. Plates do not simply fly across the room, but the human mind has been known to imagine such events. Additionally if a person experiences a spooky event then it is likely to stick out in their minds. They'll recount their experiences and will tend to garnish the truth for a more eventful story. Over time this version of the story becomes more real than the original version and another haunted house story is made.

    The reason that there are ghosts is because the idea of a ghost has entered into the collective unconscious of our civilization. An unexplained noise at night in a hospital is likely to trigger this knowledge of ghosts and it will be explained as a ghost. If news of this encounter persists around the hospital than other unexplained events will be documented as ghosts and eventually the building will gain a reputation. As new people enter the building they will be told of the supposed "haunted" condition of the establishment and thus the idea attaches itself to the location.

    The idea of this haunted hospital is a meme. similar to the way that a gene is preserved through providing better survival to the host, a meme survives by providing a more interesting view on an event. What's more interesting, narwhals, sea creatures with a large tooth that is used for sensing changes in water temperatures or NARWHALS FUCK YEAH, HORNS N' SHIT?

    tl;dr Show me real evidence and I'll change my belief in ghosts; give me more stories and I'll be entertained but it won't change my mind.

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  • HydroCabron

    HydroCabron

    March 10, 2015, 12:10 pm

    > The US does not do very good as an army of occupation.

    The Czar's military and police powers were among the weakest of any major nation in 1905, and weaker in 1917. The ensuing power vacuum enabled the worst elements among the revolutionaries to take power for the next 70 years. Weakness of the existing government does not lead to heaven on Earth.

    Dump the Kaiser? You get Weimar, then Hitler. Dump the Shah? You get the Mullahs. Dump Batista? You get Castro. Dump Louis XVI? You get a terror which consumes most of the revolutionaries. Assassinate Roman Emperor X? Get Roman Emperor Y, who is usually at least as evil or corrupt as his predecessor.

    See a pattern here?

    If you think you or anyone else but the most mean, deceitful evil people have any influence once the revolution gets rolling, then you interpret history more cheerfully than I can.

    There are many good revolutions. They usually take a while to play themselves out, though. Sometimes a generation or two.

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  • IncognitoOne

    IncognitoOne

    March 10, 2015, 8:51 am

    On Facebook, all of my friends were talking about how powerful a talk given by Jeffrey Holland was. I went and watched it. It was just really frustrating, because I know that believers will find it powerful, but it was so empty to me. He talked about how people have tried and failed to come up with how the Book of Mormon could have possibly be written. He also said that people have tried and failed to explain how the thing fits the ancient world in so many ways. He also talked about how Joseph knew he was going to die in Carthage.

    1) I think there are quite a few good explanations for the origin of the BofM

    2) I find LDS scholars straining MUCH harder to explain away the historical INaccuracies of the book, rather than the "accuracies."

    3) Joseph didn't plan on dying! He called out the Nauvoo Legion to come save him! He shot 3 men in an effort to stay alive! He started yelling the Masonic distress signal!

    AAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!

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  • fingus

    fingus

    March 10, 2015, 5:56 pm

    Well if I remember my linguistics correctly norwegian and icelandic has the same roots and old norse, but they took two different paths. Norwegian got a heavy influnce of danish and swedish due to us being under their regime for a long time, ad them borderng us and everything. Icelandic was allowed to mutate on its own with little influence because it was stuck on that nice lump of volcanic rock out in the sea. Icelandic is apparently the language closest to old norse.

    Over here we actually have two forms of norwegian. "Bokmål" and "nynorsk", which very directly translates to "book-speak" and "new-norwegian". The reason for this is becuase Norway was as mentioned under denmark for a long time. Most fine educated gentlemen worth their salt would speak danish because that was considered "fine". The common riff raff of the big cities would join in as well in an attempt to be worthy of monocles and tophats, but being working class scum they just ent up bastardizing it completely which slowly turned into Bokmål.

    Outside of the big cities however it was a completely different thing. These people were simple farmers and fishermen and spat at those poofy snobby danish and their little wannabes, so they got a much lighter influence which resulted in a ton of dialects and such. A man named Ivar Aasen called shenanigans on this and decided to make a united version of norwegian *for the people*. He took some norwegian, some danish and some swedish, along with the common ground of the different dialects and shaped it into a version of norwegian that all the farmers and simpletons could agree on, Nynorsk. The fancy city people stuck to Bokmål however, so now we got two official written forms of norwegian. Only roughly 10% use Nynorsk though...

    I should have wikipedia'd this before I started babbling as I probably got some details wrong. Oh well.

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  • TyrialFrost

    TyrialFrost

    March 11, 2015, 8:28 am

    What pissed me off was that the Doctors patient knew all about her (ie from the flash), but did not appear in the doctors 2:17 in which she was perving on the patients father.

    Additionally the main agent is an absolute fucking idiot, he knows what he was doing, he knows his wife wasnt with him blah blah, but doesnt think to ask his daughter wtf she saw?

    Add to this, ask everyone to describe what they saw, if someone saw for instance all their fingers, maim them. thereby proving that the glimpse can be changed. Im sure someone would give up a finger or a toe for the cause. hell you could do it with a tattoo ffs.

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  • the_nuclear_lobby

    the_nuclear_lobby

    March 11, 2015, 4:09 am

    >the\_nuclear\_lobby's claim that "Nations can even withdraw from the treaty under Article 10 if they give 90 days notice - North Korea did so back in 2003." is not really correct.

    How is that not correct? They have the legal capacity to withdraw from the treaty. Of course this withdrawal wouldn't magically protect them from other countries.

    My main point is that if Iran turns out to have been pursuing nuclear weapons _while bound by the NPT_, they are in violation of international law whereas Israel's possession of nuclear weapons does no so place them.

    Also, Iran's agreement with the IAEA has nothing to do with Israel from a legal standpoint, even if it does from a strategic/political one.

    >Whether you view this double standard as good or bad is irrelevant

    It's more like a triple+ standard in the context of the NPT:

    1. States which developed nuclear weapons pre-1967 have the most authority and rights.

    2. States which developed nukes without signing the treaty have no _legal_ access to NPT-signatory nuclear technology/marerials.

    2a. Except for India :/

    3. States who signed the treaty and don't possess nukes have the right to civilian technology _as long as they meet their treaty obligations_, and they have no right to develop nuclear weapons.

    Israel falls under 2, and Iran under 3. This is why when discussing Iranian legal obligations mentioning Israel simply clouds the issue as the two countries aren't supposed to be operating under the same set of rules.

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  • tokage

    tokage

    March 11, 2015, 7:20 am

    What I meant by "unnatural" was this: until you can show me a fruit, vegetable or other food item that produces aspartame naturally to make itself sweet and delicious, then maybe I will consider eating it. Until then... I'm fine with the natural sugars present in foods.

    I'm not some organic food freak--I have my doubts about the "organic" industry anyway--but I simply don't like the way aspartame tastes, and I don't like the fact that it's a man-made chemical purposely added into food almost entirely for the sake of cutting down calories. (edit: why am I getting downvoted for this?)

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  • enkiam

    enkiam

    March 10, 2015, 11:12 pm

    Not in the slightest. Software is already covered by copyright law. Patents used to cover physical machines and procedures, but somehow got perverted into the realm of abstractions.

    For comparison, think of books. Each book is copyrighted, and that copyright covers things like the plot or the characters. A literary patent would look something like, "A method for heightening suspense via positioning of chapter terminators in a pre-resolution story state", or "A subplot in which the female protagonist recovers from the loss of her significant other".

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  • youngnanny

    youngnanny

    March 10, 2015, 4:35 pm

    I can't deny there were certainly times I felt a little... uncomfortable with the father. It was mostly while vacationing or when I moved in when he was more likely to see me in something other than a t-shirt and jeans. Other than some stares that lasted too long, an unwelcome hug or an "accidental" brush - he never overstepped any serious boundaries.

    And haha. I never really thought of it that way. I did it because I like kids, it was second-nature for me and a lot better than working at Target or McDonalds. Feminists always kinda... intimidated me.

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  • seekret

    seekret

    March 11, 2015, 5:39 am

    Well I know enough about denialists to avoid talking with them, my efforts are better spent dealing with people who are rational but may be on the fence in regards to anything that requires a leap of faith. That could be an interesting topic to discuss, whether we should try reasoning with people in denial, or if we should reach out to the ones who would be adversely affected by the denialists and give them the tools to think for themselves. But I think that would be more of a philosophical discussion.

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  • psilokan

    psilokan

    March 10, 2015, 3:08 pm

    I'm not sure I get the sea monkey one, I'll admit I'm tired and only skimmed over it. But Sea Monkeys, AKA Brine Shrimp, do not need anything special done to them to do what they do. Their eggs, or cysts, are designed to be able to dry out completely and sit almost indefinitely before being rehydrated and then hatched.

    I have very large vial of these cysts, which I bought from a pet shop and used to hatch for my beta fish. One vial cost about half as much as a sea monkey kit and probably has 100,000x as many cysts.

    So unless they're talking about the mix of their food and eggs which comes in the starter kit, which would just be yeast or algae. I really dont see what's special about this.

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  • IMakeHotThingsNotHot

    IMakeHotThingsNotHot

    March 10, 2015, 7:45 pm

    >Are there any women in your station? Are they at a disadvantage physically (or maybe they are in ridiculous shape)?

    There was a woman on my crew for a few years, she moved three years ago. Generally women do have to work a bit harder to remain physically able. They also have to have a pretty thick skin. A lot of women want to think that they will be treated special, and get crazy offended when we joke with them. The woman I worked with was awesome, she understood the ball-busting nature of the fire service, and could dish it out. It was awesome, one of us would start making fun of her, and she would take it so over the line that we would just have nothing to say. She was one of the funniest people I have ever worked with.

    >Are there a lot of older guys? What do you do when you can no longer handle the physical demands?

    Generally the longer you are in the fire service, the higher you climb in the rankings. The higher you climb in the fire service generally the less hands-on your job is. By the time you are not able to handle the physical demands you are usually high enough that it doesn't matter. Or you retire. If it happens really early because of an injury or illness or something, there are desk jobs you can take. I don't know much about that though and hope I won't have to look into it :)

    My crew is relatively young.

    >When does paramedic training come in handy aside from getting you in the door?

    It comes in handy when you are the first on the scene, you are the first one to interact in the patient, and you don't have to waste time transferring the info to the first EMS crew that rolls up. Generally you will stay with the patient all the way to the hospital. Also a lot of ambulances don't have a paramedic on, and they basically just transfer the patient to the hospital. This way I can start more advanced procedures on the way to the hospital if I am most qualified. Also it is comforting to other firefighters, in case something goes wrong with them it is good to have someone they already trust their life with working on them.

    >Are promotions at all political/about who you know?

    Not really. Usually you work with the people who are promoting you, so if you prove yourself to them you get the promotion. Where I work most of the time promotions are done by the higher ranking crew members because they are the ones that work with you and will be working with you. They are in the best position to do it.

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  • addmoreice

    addmoreice

    March 11, 2015, 5:12 am

    yeah people don't seem to get it. these end effectors are designed to need very little maintenance and cleaning. the surfaces they use can be removed and updated. the conveyors can be automatically cleaned WHILE production is going on.

    look at "how it's made" now imagine spending 18 hours one day a month cleaning every nut bolt screw and surface with harsh chemical cleaners and another few hours making sure none of those cleaners are left and even more hours checking if the food contains any residue....

    if you can insure that ONLY specific surfaces come in contact with food and that ONLY these surfaces need to be cleaned and that ONLY these surfaces are some super antibacterial stuff....it reduces cycle time by a great deal.

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