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  • claireizzle

    claireizzle

    March 10, 2015, 4:40 pm

    Some friends and I went to a pornographic theater in Vegas to get some sleep when we were driving through on our way to Cali. $10 for sleep while they play a bunch of porno flicks. While there, some drunk was shouting at the screen from the top level, where we were trying to sleep. I heard a booming voice from the bottom level, something to the effect of "I'll come up there and whoop you if you don't shut the fuck up".

    The drunk keeps shouting obscene phrases, and not a minute later, a large black man comes through the doors to the top level. As the large black man scans the seats, I point at the drunk, who hasn't even seen the guy yet. He walks over to him, rather quickly, and right as the drunk noticed he was there the man had already grabbed him - rather gracefully - by the armpits. The black man casually walked over to the balcony, lifted the man over the edge, and dropped him. By the time the police and paramedics arrived, the black man was gone, and the drunk had sobered up to two broken legs.

    Crazy shit.

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  • Gizank

    Gizank

    March 11, 2015, 7:50 am

    I payed attention in shop and home economics classes. I have carried most of what I learned in middle and high schools forward with me the past 23 or so years, and I try to use any and all of it when I can. Plus my best friend is pretty DIY and really digs tools, so I learn from him all the time. My dad had a bunch of hand and power tools and some idea how they all work. He made some decent tables and wine racks. I don't know if I can make furniture other people would want, but I can make my own. I make a bunch of my own art tools and some supplies, too.

    I can cook very well, so I got that goin' for me.

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  • glottis

    glottis

    March 10, 2015, 8:10 am

    I had a girlfriend whose younger sister was born with Down's Syndrome and severe autism. She works most weekends as a volunteer for a local disabled community help charity and is the main carer for her sister, whom she loves very much.

    In passing conversation one day, she asked me this same question. Before I could respond, she said that if she was ever pregnant and the baby showed signs of any mental defect, she would unequivocally get an abortion.

    I still don't have an answer to this question.

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  • godlesspinko

    godlesspinko

    March 10, 2015, 9:35 pm

    I knew a guy who was a cop, and he and his partner had to open up a house because the elderly occupant's family couldn't get the woman to respond. They break open the door and head inside- the smell of putrefaction was overwhelming.

    They find the woman lying in her bed, and since she didn't respond, they pulled her blanket back. Being an electric blanket that had been on the body for a few days, her skin peeled off with it. The cop that related the story tells me he then ran back into the living room and puked right in front of the woman's family.

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  • IMakeHotThingsNotHot

    IMakeHotThingsNotHot

    March 11, 2015, 8:15 am

    I love that show. Tommy Gavin is a riot. In one way that show is spot on, in another way it couldn't be less realistic.

    It is really realistic in the basic set up, with the tools, the apparatus (trucks), How they use the tools, the rolls of each person, etc... It is also very good at capturing how the crews bond and work together.

    The stuff that is way unrealistic is basically the stuff they throw in to make it exciting for TV. If there was ever anyone like Tommy Gavin in the fire service, he would get fired so fast. One that made me laugh was when Tommy was throwing those kids out of the window to Black Sean on the extended tower. Another one that comes to mind is when Tommy made the rope rescue with the already weight loaded rope, and it snapped as he was climbing in the window...

    Yeah, that shit dosen't happen.

    It is actually a very respectable show though, in regards to the research they have done to get the fine details correct.

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  • addmoreice

    addmoreice

    March 10, 2015, 9:23 pm

    snowflakes DO contain information. huge amounts of it. the arrangement of the atoms and the general formation is highly ordered and contains information. if the arrangement of atoms does not constitute information then DNA....

    >"The evolutionary process you describe was superseded by the punctuated equilibrium theory I believe. Citing wikipedia: "Eldredge and Gould proposed that the degree of gradualism commonly attributed to Charles Darwin was virtually nonexistent in the fossil record, and that stasis dominates the history of most fossil species.""

    ah wonderful, you complain about me calling you ignorant then you bring up the punctuated equilibrium argument and claim gradualism is dead and gone.

    if someone where to point out that most materials are non conductive and this shows that electrical wiring is impossible would you accept this argument?

    so pointing out that in specific conditions that punctuated evolutionary shifts can occur invalidates evolutionary theory....how?

    > "You and I must not be talking about the same thing."

    atavisms, chromosome 2 fusion, S.I.N.E.s, L.I.N.E.s, evo-devo, DNA, RNA, and mtDNA. mtDNA S.I.N.E.s, mtDNA L.I.N.E.s, ring species, fossils, evolutionary algorithms.

    need more?

    all of these, some of them spanning thousands of peer reviewed articles with literally billions of facts, all conclude evolution.

    how does creationism stack up?

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  • Irielle

    Irielle

    March 10, 2015, 7:39 pm

    I think that's probably pretty accurate. However I would be careful not to trivialize this motivation because it can genuinely result in some sort of 'mystical' state which identifies with a timeless/selfless experience that is hardly understood (outside of those who experience said experience - and even then, it's confusing) and institutionalized religions/mythologies seem to have sprung up around the data 'brought back' from this developed mindset for thousands of years - William James calls it "religious genius". I think that this state should be one of the primary foci of neuroscience and cognitive biology.

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  • DigitalEvil

    DigitalEvil

    March 10, 2015, 2:20 pm

    I will be considering his link as well for my own need since my current car is running on its last leg. I found it informative in considering all factors.

    However, I wouldn't go as far as all these people to say a new car is never the way to go. For me, I ended up being stuck paying around 500 to 1000 dollars a year in just repairs to my vehicle. It seems just one thing after another started going wrong with that.

    If I considered normal maintenance I had to pay for with my vehicle, plus the increased consumption of gas, and some other factors with the vehicle, I could have paid a similar amount on a yearly basis if I were to finance a new vehicle and use the money I bought my car with as a down payment vs if I were to use the car I have now.

    Not the case for everyone but as I bought my car from a reputable used car dealer, I figured I wouldn't have had as many issues as I did.

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  • m1ss1ontomars2k4

    m1ss1ontomars2k4

    March 11, 2015, 2:49 am

    I thought that this had been present for a while now, due to the app not tracking the URL to the file but...something else. Maybe I was wrong (since this is not something I do very often), and just assumed that it was a little feature Macs had, since Windows doesn't have it. I'll have to check on my Leopard box later today, and I'm sure I'll find a computer with Tiger/Panther on it eventually.

    EDIT:

    >Switching to a Finder and then back to the app the file is open in. This will post the NSApplicationDidBecomeActive notification which a few AppKit objects listen for to update themselves.

    Ah, I figured.

    EDIT2: I tried it with Word. Word doesn't even bother notifying you, just saves with the new name and the new name shows up in the title bar. Hmm.

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  • yeahHedid

    yeahHedid

    March 11, 2015, 8:45 am

    I'm with Bell and I just picked up the Palm Pre a few weeks ago.

    I made the decision over iPhone for a couple reasons. First, I was sitting at lunch with 5 buddies, all of who had an iPhone. I didn't want to assimilate.

    Second, I wanted a keyboard.

    Third, The iPhone feels to big for me. The Pre slides into my front pocket nicely. (My buddy looks silly with his iphone bulge, especially given the size of the protective casing he uses)

    Fourth, I have an iPod touch, so any of the games I'd wanna play from the iPhone app store i can play on there.

    I'm pretty happy with it so far. There is a great online community already and lots of free apps, considering the 'for sale' app store is not even live yet.

    I wish the battery life lasted longer but I'm comparing that to my work BB that gives me several days.

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  • T5k-dot-com

    T5k-dot-com

    March 11, 2015, 12:24 am

    "I'm willfully ignorant of the story I am baselessly expressing doubt on, sorry" is a pretty pathetic response.

    There's a thing called Google. if you don't care enough to use it and find anything out, what makes you think I'm interested enough to school you on it?

    You didn't even express a "disagreement" so you couldn't very well have been attacked for it. It's great that you're open to being convinced, but you've got the wrong guy for using the "nothing is true unless someone does research for me that I don't feel like doing" approach.

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  • ingolemo

    ingolemo

    March 10, 2015, 4:12 pm

    You'd be better off thinking of stickers stuck to your elastic surface; as it stretches, the stickers feel a force pulling them apart. But at the same time their inter-molecular bonds exert a force keeping them together. So it is with us; the expansion of the universe tries to pull us apart, and gravity, chemical, and inter-molecular forces keep us together.

    Although, how this interacts with time-travel is debatable. Any collection of points of space in the present actually map to a more dense collection of points in the past, so one could argue that a leap backwards in time might cause you to shrink. If that's the case then you'd probably explode once the normal forces reassert themselves.

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  • sh33ple

    sh33ple

    March 11, 2015, 9:37 am

    Hi reddit. I happen to know quite a lot about the mechanics of shorting/stock loan, and I'm suffering from major jet lag, so I wrote this post. It's pretty long so only of interest to the nerdy who want to understand the details, but seeing as it seems to be a hot topic lately it's worth a read.

    Trades in stocks in the US settle in what is known as T+3. A trade happens on trade date (T), say Tuesday, and then 3 days later on Friday (T+3) money and stock is actually exchanged. This is called the settlement date. In between trade date and settlement date various things happen such as matching in advance with counterparties to make sure no-one has made a mistake that will cause pain on settlement day.

    Stock lending, on the other hand, works on a same-day settlement basis. You agree to borrow the stock in the morning and you have it to make good on your short sale later that same day. So when you sell short, your broker has 3 more days to deliver the stock to your counterparty, but only has to actually effect the borrow/loan transactions on settlement day. Brokers will look at orders settling today and go out and borrow the stocks they need to make their deliveries. The upshot of this is that your broker won't borrow the stock to cover a short until *after* you've done the trade. This saves money because every day you borrow stock costs money.

    There is obviously a risk here that when the trade comes to settle and the broker tries to borrow the stock, they won't be able to find someone to lend it – stocks can become “hard to borrow” sometimes. To avoid this leading to settlement failures, execution brokers are required under an SEC rule called RegSHO to confirm with a client that they have what is called a “locate”. A locate is an affirmation from a broker (might be the same as the executing broker, might be different) that they have “located” some stock they are confident they can borrow come settlement date. Executing brokers are *extremely* careful never to trade without a locate. The regulators will come in to do spot checks of records of locates and as someone who's been involved in several of these exams I assure you they're extremely thorough. Brokers can be and have been shut down for violations, so the brokers have a very strong incentive not to flout the regs.

    Locates are not an exact science. They involve taking data feeds from many different potential lenders every day and running statistical and heuristic calculations on those feeds to establish a level of comfort that, in three day's time, you'll be able to go out to your lenders and borrow the stock. In some cases, say 90% of names in the S&P500, there is so much stock out there to borrow that you know for certain you will be able to get hold of as much as anyone could possible want. These securities are called “easy to borrow”. Other securities are “hard to borrow” and so brokers will not give out locates so easily, limiting them to only a few thousand shares. The trouble is that a stock might become “hard to borrow” between giving the locate and having to settle the stock, and this can lead to fails to deliver. Brokers have to be careful about this, and must be able to demonstrate to an examining regulator that their processes are effective in not giving bad locates that would lead to fails. Again, it is easy to get shut down for violations so the brokers have a strong incentive to follow the rules.

    So given all this, what do people mean when they talk about “naked” shorting? It doesn't mean selling a stock before you borrow it, because that's when nearly all shorts happen. What it means is short selling a stock with *no intention* of borrowing it (or possibly without any effort to check whether it's going to be possible). How might you do this? One of your brokers could have been deficient – perhaps the executing broker let you short without a locate, or the stock loan broker gave you a locate they shouldn't have. Both have an incentive to do this to win your custom, but they also have a disincentive in of regulatory punishment if they get caught. Much more likely is that you deliberately didn't tell the executing broker you were selling short, or you lied about having a locate. This is a lot harder for the brokers to monitor. The broker is supposed to check for clients that have persistent fails that correlate to certain trading patterns. There is also a third kind of broker who provides “custody” to the client i.e. looks after their positions for them (this is usually called a “prime broker”) and they also have obligations to try and detect this kind of behaviour, but again it's pretty tough to do. The only time when it's really practical to fully monitor that a client is correctly marking their shorts is when the executing, stock lending, and prime broker are all one and the same and have a full picture of what is going on. This is usually the case in the retail world, but very rare in the case of institutions like hedge funds who tend to distribute their business around multiple brokers – after all, if the Bear and Lehman collapse showed one thing, it's that you don't want all your eggs in one basket.

    Matt Taibbi and others have pushed the concept of “pre-borrowing”, so what's that? When a stock is so hard to borrow that the broker can't give a locate, the only alternative is to borrow it before you make the trade. You borrow the stock before you sell. There are two reasons why this is unfavourable for the potential shorter. First, you have to pay for 3 more days of financing the borrow. Second, and much more importantly, you have to effect the borrow even if you don't end up making the trade. Borrows might take a few hours to process, especially on hard-to-borrow stocks. If you've decided you want to short sell a stock only if its price hits a certain level, that's really hard to do if you need a pre-borrow.

    Pre-borrows have been cited as the cure-all for evil naked short selling. The main piece of evidence presented is that during the financial crash the SEC put in place emergency rules that all shorting of financials needed to be covered by a pre-borrow. When this was done, shorting activity in these names dropped dramatically. This is taken by some to demonstrate that there was a great deal of naked shorting going on, but another explanation is that having to do a pre-borrow made shorting much less economically viable so people stopped doing it, naked or not.

    Remember how the most likely cause of naked shorting was the client not marking their trade as short, or lying about a locate? Pre-borrows do nothing to help with this.

    There is a simple way to cut out naked short selling if it really is happening. Fine brokers heavily for fails to deliver from T+4 onwards and increase the charges exponentially on T+5, T+6 etc. This will be a little harsh because the majority of FTDs are probably down to fuck ups, not illegal activity, but then firms will just have to tighten up their act and invest more in IT systems to avoid said fuck ups. Once this has bedded in and fails are down dramatically, if you still think there's a problem, start aggressively investigating firms that still fail to deliver, and get those firms to assist in investigating the clients who are causing those fails.

    Personally, I don't think any of this is necessary because I don't think naked shorting even matters, but explaining that would make this post even longer so I'll leave it here.

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  • ldsgems

    ldsgems

    March 10, 2015, 9:22 am

    You call that evidence? An apologist claim on Wikepedia that "some historians" have viewed his marriages as dynastic?

    Again, where is the reference to support this claim? What revelation exists to support the doctrine of Joseph Smith's marriage to Helen as dynastic-only?

    Looking at D&C 132:62-63 the Lord is clearly commanding Joseph Smith to take virgins for the sole purpose of procreation. The Lord even tells him it's not adultery (a sex sin). Furthermore, in the Book of Mormon (Jacob 24-30) the Lord expressly forbids polygamy for any other reason than to "raise up seed." So a dynastic-only marriage to Helen would have been a sin.

    In referring to Joseph Smith's practice and teaching of plural marriage, the Prophet Brigham Young declared "This is the reason why the doctrine of plurality of wives was revealed, that the noble spirits which are waiting for tabernacles might be brought forth." (*Discourses of Brigham Young, p. 197.*)

    The reputable historians who have studied the facts agree that Joseph Smith at least intended to have sex with Helen, in order to comply with the commandment regarding plural marriage to virgins.

    >"We have no indisputable evidence that Smith had sex with the 14-year-old Helen; but considering Smith's sexual activities with other women, including teenagers, there is no reason to believe that he didn't intend to have sex with Helen and produce children, just as he did with others."

    >"It was common during the polygamy period for men to go ahead and plural marry desirable pre-pubescent girls in order to secure them and prevent them from marrying other men. Then when the girl had reached puberty, she would begin having babies. This is likely why Helen, even if she did not have sex with Smith, complained about not being able to socialize like other girls her age: it was her after-the-fact realization that she had been deceived into joining Smith's harem, and thus becoming ineligible to be courted by young, single suitors."

    Let's also remember that

    a) At the time Smith "plural married" Helen, he had many other women with whom he could have sex with; so he could have kept Helen "in reserve" for the time when she reached puberty, or perhaps when Smith was horny and no other woman happened to be available.

    b) Smith was killed 13 months after his sealing to Helen, so he simply may not have had the opportunity to consummate their relationship before his death. However, it's a virtual certainty based on his behavior with his other teen wives and the Lord's commandment that he would have had sex with Helen if he had lived.

    **The bottom line is that it is futile for you or other Mormon Apologists to argue that Smith's sealing to Helen was "dynastic" or "spiritual" only, in an effort to show that Smith's plural marriages to young girls were proper. Helen's own complaint that she was "deceived" into the sealing, and that she would not have agreed to it if she had known in advance that it was to be anything other than "spiritual," is enough to show the impropriety of Smith's motives and actions.**

    If he did not have sex with Helen, there's simply no good reason to believe that had he not been killed, Smith would not have had sex with her eventually just as he did with his other so-called wives.

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  • voteformein2016

    voteformein2016

    March 10, 2015, 6:52 pm

    I would assume its still a great quality product if it is coming from the Apple Refurbished Store. I found a $899 MacBook aluminum WITH a 1 year warranty, cheaper than what I bought my white MacBook new for 8 months ago. On a similar note, I recently bought a new iPhone 3GS and had nothing but problems with it. I exchanged it for another one that works 1,000 times better, but am not sure if it is refurbished or new since they just replace the unit. I would suggest the Apple Refurbished Store before I trusted any knock-off website someone is running in their garage.

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  • Dark-Star

    Dark-Star

    March 10, 2015, 6:20 am

    >These people have absolutely nothing better to do than this? The whole religion was WRITTEN by one man. The same man was famous for writing SCIENCE-FICTION novels. Do they not see how pathetic this is?

    My question with Mormons. Their 'sequel' book was authored by a single man, of not especially good reputation, and his divinely-inspired material pretty much got proven to be a fraud. Oh yeah, and they were staunchly racist up until VERY recently, past the entire Civil Rights movement even.

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  • imamom32

    imamom32

    March 10, 2015, 6:32 am

    I am now 32. I got pregnant with my first at age 21. I had worked as a waitress before that, and briefly managed a restaurant when my daughter was 2. It was very much a conscious choice. After coming home from the hospital at age 22, my husband (then boyfriend) and I looked at each other, looked at our daughter and just knew there was no way we could leave her with someone else. I was premed in school, and after completing 48 credits, I was denied re-entry to the university because of funding issues. I occasionally toy with going back, but nothing ever seems as important to me as the time I spend with my kids. I don't think I have a clearcut favorite. I have moments, or memories with each of them that stand out. On one day, one could drive me crazy and the next, be the highlight of my day. I do treat the twins as a unit. and I know I am favoring them now, because they are so young, but I also view them as being an amazing and beautiful oddity. I am thrilled having a big family, and I think my kids are, as well. They are very close- they often ask to have "slumber parties" with each other, and have told me that when they visit their friends with few or no siblings, their houses seem empty and sad.

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  • drgncabe

    drgncabe

    March 10, 2015, 12:28 pm

    Lived there for almost 10 years. Still work in orlando but hate living there. Extremely bad planning by civil engineering, police arn't very friendly (never been arrested but was told to go away when asking for directions) and generally don't care much 'bout the local folks and many, many other reasons why orlando sucks.

    I generally dislike large cities anyways, I'm happier living in the country (where I'm back to now). Florida has so many beautiful towns outside of the large cities (tampa, miami, orlando, etc.)

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  • Norseman2

    Norseman2

    March 10, 2015, 10:10 am

    >So you want to take from the rich to give to the poor? That's socialism, which, in practice, doesn't work.

    I have no problem with people working hard and becoming rich. I have no problem with people owning very expensive and high quality, luxurious things. I do have a problem with people taking so much land beyond what they use that homeless people can't even build a home for themselves. Land is a common and finite resource, and no one can live without it. It should be more or less equally available to everyone, for free. There's no benefit to society to give lots of land to a small aristocracy of landowners, and indeed, it directly harms society, by raising the minimum cost of living everywhere. The landowners end up impoverishing people for their own greed.

    >You advocate personal responsibility. That's exactly what this country needs (no hint of sarcasm). That, and nothing else - no political views or any other formula - will fix this country.

    Anarchism is the political view that only individuals and non-hierarchical organizations can be effectively organized to take action in their own interests. Anarchism opposes all forms of hierarchy because it expects that most people who want to become leaders will be motivated to do so by self-interest, and that, once those people are leaders, they will betray the people they lead. In the US, there is no alternative, in fact. If you aren't willing to betray the voters for corporate and personal interest, you won't be able to get campaign donations, you will be ignored, and you will be unable to win an election.

    Anarchism can be thought of as the ideology of personal responsibility. No one else can be trusted to protect your rights - there are always people who can gain by taking them away. You have to protect your rights, and if you want to be freer, you have to extend more freedom to others. When you do that, you change societal norms, and that change causes an increase in your own freedom. Increasing the freedom of others is the only way to increase your own freedom. If you want freedom of speech, you have to make sure that other people are always free to speak as they wish. When you do that, you will be freer to speak as you wish. To quote Rudolf Rocker, "Political rights do not exist because they have been legally set down on a piece of paper, but only when they have become the ingrown habit of a people, and when any attempt to impair them will meet with the violent resistance of the populace."

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  • p3ngwin

    p3ngwin

    March 10, 2015, 5:23 pm

    yes.

    saying this "sphere" is made of a "substance" that can pass though itself but only in some ways, is too much magic that is too far removed from this 3 dimensional universe to be of any consequence.

    theorizing about how to make energy superposition is a practical application that i can understand to an extent because it's based in this universe and follows enough laws of this place to be familiar.

    when you say, it is a material made of no "bits" and it can pass though itself......that's too much magic and not enough familiarity. it is too foreign to me to recognise and connect to this universe.

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  • retrogamer500

    retrogamer500

    March 11, 2015, 7:42 am

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