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  • ohemeffgee


    March 11, 2015, 4:06 am

    Oh give me a fucking break, police state my ass. Take off your tin-foil hat. You've never heard of aerial search and rescue? Civil Air Patrol? Coast Guard Auxiliary?

    Someone probably saw this guy coming down into the woods, perhaps thought he got caught up in a tree, and said "oh shit, there's a parachutist who just jumped down into trees, he's in trouble!" and promptly called the local authorities who then went searching for him.

    Dude. It happens. I've been part of those searches, from the air. A guy with a parachute decides that he's going to jump, gets caught up, and we hear about it and go try to find the guy. It's a pure "help this guy not die caught up in a tree, slowly suffocating himself or bleeding to death" mission, not a mission By The Man to Keep You Down mission (although I must admit, I *love* flying in those black helicopters... some of the toys we get to play with are awesome, like the heat ray and the memory canceller like in Men In Black (based off a real story!)).

    EDIT: Did you even *read* the story? I quote:

    *After attending class, Ruggles found out authorities were looking for a parachutist. He immediately drove to the search area and said he was the man they were looking for.*

    So, there it is. The guy that The Man is looking for turns himself in to them and they then proceed to do horrible The Man stuff to him, like let him go and say "oh. Well, thanks for letting us know."


  • sweetz0mbiejesus


    March 10, 2015, 4:02 pm

    I think probably because reloaded has nocrits and nodamagespread, we often get like 6 to 8 people from the same clan in the server. Usually they're nice, but every once in a while they're dicks and refuse to join teams randomly (aka stacking). I usually ask them nicely to join separate teams, and they usually comply. I've only had to kick on one occasion.

    This one time we actually had two clans join all together and deliberately stack teams to split them up to go against each other. We only had like 3 or 4 people on before they came on, so I was cool with it. I asked them what the deal was. They explained that they were not really clans, but played against each other for fun. They didn't have their own server, so they just go around and user other peoples'. Which is okay I guess if they're not dicks and just do it late at night when no one is on.

    As far as skill goes, some clans have been really good, others have been about equal. Some have been much worse. And the levels of dickyness don't appear to be related to skill as far as I can tell.


  • bumbleskull


    March 10, 2015, 3:47 pm

    I'm pretty sure you can get a cheap thermos for like $3, and also if I found my thermos looking like the OP's (especially what is seen in the pictures) I would not think twice before disposing of that.

    I am probably one of the cheapest people I know and yet I would probably not hesitate to spend money on something like this (if I needed it, but I don't drink coffee, so there is an extra dollar or two a day for me).

    Also your example was a little extreme, but I get where you are coming from and what you are saying. And no I am not rich, I am a poor college student.


  • morcorp


    March 10, 2015, 11:32 pm

    It sounds a bit weird when you hear,”taking responsibility for success”. It’s probably because we naturally associate responsibility with things that are stressful, thankless and generally not fun. Think back through your life and remember how it felt every time you were told to “be more responsible” and “it’s time for you to take on more responsibility”, or the dreaded, “you’re responsible for this”! Not good. Although you might have learned important lessons, I guarantee you that none of those moments made you feel very enlightened.


  • justanotherstranger


    March 10, 2015, 9:33 pm

    >In particular, they found that many jurors expect rape victims to:


    >* Fight back against their attacker;

    >* Sustain serious physical injuries;

    >* Report the offence immediately;

    >* Appear tearful and distressed when recounting their experiences in >court.

    The problem with this is that some of that is valid. If the offense isn't reported decently soon after it occurs then DNA evidence is impossible to collect and physical bruising and wounds will have healed. "Sustain serious physical injuries" and "Fight back against their attackers" both go together with having physical evidence that it actually happened. Yes I think it's a misconception, but it's based on a somewhat valid point of wanting physical evidence.

    I'm in no way trying to help rapists, but if someone come's forward with a rape claim and has absolutely no physical evidence then it just becomes extremely hard to figure out what happened, and basically boils down to "he said/she said" stuff.

    I honestly have no idea how to improve the system when it revolves around a claim that is very hard to prove happened or didn't happen unless reported very close to when it happened...


  • Dawn_of_the_deaf


    March 11, 2015, 3:06 am

    I have been to the Icelandic Phallological Museum, they have a bunch of whales' penises, not sure if one of them may have been from a narwhal. Those were definitely the kings of the exhibition because they are the biggest ones. One of them was more or less my length: 1.72 cm or 5.6 feet. However, the owner told us those specimens he has there are only 1/3 of their actual length (the rest is "inside")

    If still interested in the narwhal penis, here's the owner of the museum's email, you can ask him yourself: [email protected] He is a cheerful old man and as far as I know, he runs the place on his own.


  • formido


    March 11, 2015, 6:03 am

    I don't think it's the "gonzo" that people object, too, so much as the abject retardedness of the cameraman. It's possible that many people like certain aspects of the gonzo theme, but would find it much improved if the cameraman weren't a misogynistic, PUA-wannabe douchebag.

    For example, let's take bangbros. The concept is cool. THAT'S why people are attracted to it. The actual guys running the show appear to be semi-sentient scum who've never had an introspective thought in their lives. I don't think this is an act they carefully cultivated after market research. I think they hit upon a good idea and the rest is just the way they are. It's like how the key grip for a Hollywood blockbuster is the best key grip in the industry just because he was part of that success, even though his work had nothing to do with it. The fact that douche's participate in gonzo is an accident. Everyone copying bangbros are just copying the incidental part of the production because they're too stupid to know any better and because (surprise!) they're douches too.


  • sosoez


    March 10, 2015, 12:46 pm

    From the Iraq Liberation Act of 1998: "This Act makes clear that it is the sense of the Congress that the United States should support those elements of the Iraqi opposition that advocate a very different future for Iraq than the bitter reality of internal repression and external aggression that the current regime in Baghdad now offers."... etc, so on, so forth, lot's of talk, blah blah blah, where was the action. In Bush's shoes, and already in Afghanistan, would Al Gore have invaded Iraq? Maybe, but I kind of doubt it.


  • jrockIMSA08


    March 10, 2015, 11:34 pm

    I went to a pretty progressive boarding high school with a lot of smart people. I know details of some of my friend's periods that would make most guys flinch. I also know some pretty fucked up details about some of my friends dicks. Girls all get periods, guys all get erections. The difference is that in 5th grade when you get the sex talk and are told that your body is changing. Guys are told they are going to have erections randomly and it is normal and that you shouldn't make fun of people for it, and girls are given laundry detergent.

    Tell me that that isn't sexist.


  • cryptovariable


    March 10, 2015, 11:42 pm

    Well I'm an astronaut with PhDs in Physics, Mathematics, Biology, and Being Awesome. I bang hot chicks every day, and last year I went on a secret CIA mission to destroy an asteroid orbiting Planet X that was harboring aliens who had resurrected Hitler in a plot to take over the Earth.

    I have a side business, developing time travel and weather control machines, and employ over 350,000 people. Last year I made 351 billion dollars, and paid hundreds of millions in taxes.

    I employ many people who flunked the 6th grade. Some of them are janitors, but the majority of them are corporate lawyers.

    When I need a toilet fixed, I call a licensed plumber; when I need a kidney operation, I go to a doctor; when I need the constitutionality of my laws determined, I rely on a Supreme Court justice.

    Edit: just checked my 1040, I made 35**1** billion dollars last year.


  • satereader


    March 11, 2015, 12:49 am

    seems like not a good strategy. Let's say I'm the greediest corp that ever lived.. so I knowingly poison and resist change legally politically tooth and nail.. then sooner or later someone raises a class action lawsuit. A jury on such a case is likely to be sympathetic to the mothers of malformed babies.. a single such case could ultimately cost you hundreds of millions. Think it can't happen? Tell it to big tobacco. Either way.. it's not a smart way to run your corp, even if money is your only concern.


  • Salami3


    March 11, 2015, 1:34 am

    The downvotes have been explained before, there is a bug that affects votes.

    Carl already gave his background in this subreddit. And he's explained using C as well, which isn't going to be the sole language presented in his course.

    But don't be offended by the downvotes, I honestly don't think you actually got any downvotes. Just look at the rest of the comments here; there are several downvotes for innocent questions and comments, and we're all mostly observing to help and learn ourselves.


  • Fixhotep


    March 10, 2015, 9:44 am

    Maybe I'm missing something. But they state only 2 people know the ingredients... Well shit... how the shit does the shit get made?

    Only 2 people know the 11 herbs and spices in KFC chicken? Who the fuck mixes them? Who the fuck orders them?

    Only 2 people know the Coke recipe? Really? How do their scientists create new flavors, such as Coke Zero, Coke Vanilla, Coke Shit? Don't they need the original recipe in order to alter it?

    I call big hard throbbing black shenanigans.


  • infinite


    March 10, 2015, 1:49 pm

    Holy craptola, 3-4 days!? I recommend starting out transitioning into a vegetarian diet, add vegetables but more importantly beans+lentils until you're out of meat. Then you'll be out of milk+cheese, then you will be vegan. I can promise you your ass will thank you. I've had nonstop butt problems until this year when I slowly made the switch. I did my research, being vegan/vegetarian isn't about stuffing your face with vegetables, most of your calories should come from legumes like beans/lentils/quionoa, which are IMO really tasty. Not to mention much cheaper. Make sure to supplement with vitamin B12 and calcium+vitamin D.

    My worthless doctor didn't recommend this, I figured it out on my own.


  • Sidzilla


    March 11, 2015, 1:34 am

    These were some influential movies. On a planet of over six billion people, they accomplished very little. When I say to point out some that changed the way people live their day to day lives I think the closest you got was Rosetta and the Harlan County, USA films. They did accomplish some change, I will grant you that. Small changes in small parts of the world, and if you were honest and listed how many of these films you have seen what would that number be? 3? 5? I don't see any films listed that were important enough to justify the violation of a thirteen year old girl just because the a director made them. That is the hubris I spoke of. People in Hollywood who make movies are not more important than thirteen year old girls, nor anyone else. The spirit of the movies you list agree with me. The fact that a group of these hypocrites got together to cite the importance of an industry or a man's achievements in that industry as an excuse to let him have a free pass on such a crime tells me that none of them actually believe what they put on film about the human spirit. They think they have risen above the common man. I love movies. I think some are better than others. I have never seen a movie that I would have died without seeing. I have never seen any collection of them worth letting the rape of a thirteen year old slide for.


  • SilverJohn


    March 10, 2015, 3:51 pm

    This is off the wall, but after playing Arkham Asylum, this thought popped into my head; why are there no costumed villians? Seriously; there's lots of media about it, there's a long history for it, and some of the people in that situation are disturbed enough to make the concept of facepaint and outrageous clothing seem normal...And the history of the media celebrating criminals is well established...I've always wondered about this.

    There's some schmuck in Cincy calling himself Shadowhare. So, it's not like the concept is alien.


  • addmoreice


    March 10, 2015, 8:54 pm

    fascistracist.reddit? are you implying i'm racist? wtf?

    dude, if your not exposed to something you respond differently to it than someone who is. it's simple.

    look, why is it that english speakers have so many issues with the different 'u' type sounds when trying to learn norwegian? or the 'll' sound when trying to learn spanish? or anyone who grew up with any language only to try to learn another language which has different sound groups....

    they are not exposed to it that's why.

    either that...or i completely missed the joke about how a couple posts of reddit could convince you of anything and thats why you wouldn't want to join a reddit like....ooooh nm.

    =-D sorry couldn't resist.


  • SomeGuyInOttawa


    March 11, 2015, 4:52 am

    Good luck trying to organize... What do you think the real reason for the warrant-less wire tapping and "war on drugs" is ? Terrorism is a fucking fig-leaf of cover for the elites to use wire taps, data sifting, CCD cameras, surveillance of every kind to protect their positions of privilege. You try to organize any resistance and you and every other face-book fool you know will be rounded up for questioning on some pretext. They'll start with a SWAT team shooting your pets in front of your children while exercising a no-knock search warrant at 3 a.m.

    Corporate and Political elites hate(d) you for your freedom - so they have quietly taken it away.

    America - Fuck Yeah!


  • WhatWouldXenuDo


    March 11, 2015, 5:15 am

    I think LRH was a brilliant guy who came up with a lot of good works. But I don't believe the official bio of him. It seems fake.

    I'm not super excited to go OT. None of the OT's I know have been transformed in an awesome way that I know of. Someday I might do it, but it seems pretty expensive and I'm not sure what the actual benefits are. If you ask the church, the OT levels give people superhuman powers and bring you to a new level of consciousness as a spiritual being. I'm not sure I buy that, but it would be interesting to find out what they're really about. I'm a curious person.

    I do think that there is such a thing as Clear, but I think that's an ongoing project. A little background on what "Clear" is: in Scientology there's an idea that all of the painful experiences that happen to you leave impressions on you in the back of your mind, and that those charged memories affect your life in a negative way. By examining those memories and acknowledging them, they cease to make you act irrationally. When a Scientologist reaches Clear, they're saying that they've taken all of the memories that have negative charge associated with them, and gone over them enough to remove the charge. It's actually quite similar to therapy.


  • DocOBackbush


    March 10, 2015, 3:46 pm

    I was in your shoes, minus the managerial position. I thought I was on the fast track. Then...I was given an offer to leave the company. Forced layoff at a big tech company. No choice.

    The only way I've survived is by having close to 1/2 a YEAR's worth of money saved.

    Do a budget -- if you don't have enough money in a savings account to last 6 months, then you need to keep saving. Rent, etc. ~2 months isn't anything to brag about.

    Pay off all the other loans -- maybe ditch the car and buy something cheap that's used. But if you can be debt free....relish that moment.


  • troller10


    March 10, 2015, 11:45 am

    I'll play some more:

    The cop intentionally pointed the weapon at the victim and intentionally discharged the weapon into the victim.

    If it were an accident then it would have gone something like this.

    *While beating the cannabis smoker about the torso with his billy club, office dingdong's trazer **accidentally** discharged and struck the victim, thereby killing him instantly.*

    But, you see, the officers intentions were premeditated. And although he did not know that his intended victim would ultimately die because of his premeditated decision to discharge his weapon into the man's body he did in fact do it on purpose. That my friend is not accidental.

    If I were to shoot you in the leg, on purpose with a 45 cal auto, (but only thinking that I was going to disable you), and instead severed an artery and killed you, would that be murder?


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