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  • IMakeHotThingsNotHot

    IMakeHotThingsNotHot

    March 10, 2015, 1:36 pm

    I love heights. My favorite thing in the world is to train with the ladder truck, climb to the the top and just play up there for a while. There is nothing like being 107 feet in the air and just looking at the world.

    I get to play with all of the cool equipment :) we train almost every shift in order to keep our skills sharp. People will donate cars and other things for us to cut up and destroy. My two favorite tools to play with are the Jaws of Life and the Saws-All. If you have never seen a Saws-All, it is this tiny reciprocating saw that will cut anything. I once cut a car completely in half with that tiny saw. It was funny, we set it up so when the tow-truck came to get it, he hooked it up and tried to drive off. Only half of the car went with him, it was hilarious.

    I will tell you what makes the best chili. It is the person that makes it. We have one guy that makes the best chili I have ever had, and we have another guy who will make it the same way, and we will not be able to eat it.

    I'm the guy that makes the really spicy chili that I love, but everyone else breathe fire when they eat it. They don't let me make it anymore :( We are more of a BBQ ribs crew anyway though.

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  • AngMoKio

    AngMoKio

    March 10, 2015, 7:10 pm

    >I knew that all along. This is a health care bail out under the cover of a health care reform bill. It's going to drive health care costs way up and it's going to increase inflation as the printing presses will for sure be fired up.

    It probably won't. My current country of residence passed this type of reform and it worked very well. We have the best and cheapest health care in the world (and the longest lifespan.)

    The money 'subsidizing' the insurance companies is money we are giving to poor people and the under insured to enter the market place. They will spend it on either public or private plans. That's why you call it a public **option**. The point is, nobody is forced to buy the government plan. That's how this type of system works. It's that or single payer (which I feel is inferior having had it also.)

    This is a good amendment - but in no way changes the way public option works.

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  • introspeck

    introspeck

    March 10, 2015, 10:45 pm

    My friend was one of 6 kids, 4 of them *very* boisterous boys. Their parents went on vacation for a week and left the kids at home. The very first day, they were playing tag football in the basement rec room. What they didn't notice was that they'd bumped the freezer plug enough to cut the electricity.

    When the parents got home, his mom went to get some meat out of the freezer. She came upstairs looking quite green. His dad went down to look, came back upstairs and rounded up all the boys. Normally a loud disciplinarian, this time he was cold and stern. He didn't shout at all. He just quietly ordered them to clean out the freezer.

    They were all puking on the front lawn before it was over. My friend said he never would have believed that he could puke that much on an empty stomach. Their dad just watched impassively from the front steps. I don't think he could have dealt out a harsher punishment - but it was just.

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  • themisanthrope

    themisanthrope

    March 10, 2015, 6:53 pm

    I was spending the night at my friend Rich's house with two other friends (I was 14-15 at the time). We were all sleeping out on his second floor porch. At some point during the night, I awoke to a strange blue light that looked like an LED or something - and it was shining directly in the window, nearly lighting up the whole room.

    I remember being absolutely terrified and confused. I slowly turned my head to see if I could get a glimpse of the source of the light. As I turned over, the light began moving around the side of the porch until it reached the far side - then it faded away. After a substantial amount of time (never moving mind you in fear due to being terrified) I finally fell back asleep.

    Upon waking, I told the story to my other friends. I was certain that they'd think I was crazy, but they had seen the light too. All three of them were too terrified to move at the time. We had identical stories - they finished my sentences as I described what had gone on and what I had seen.

    Please keep in mind that this porch was a good 25-30 feet off the ground making it nearly impossible for a person to have been shining a light into the window. Very creepy shit. We've grown apart and I don't see them often - but every once in a while if we're out having a beer someone will bring it up. It still gives me chills thinking about it.

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  • waewib

    waewib

    March 10, 2015, 5:59 pm

    When I was eight, my dad used to drive me to school in the morning. One night, I had a dream. In the dream, I saw an old lady with a handbag dressed in black, standing in front of a particular building we would pass each morning- only in the dream, the building had burned down to the ground. Three days later, the building did burn to the ground during the night, and the lady in black was standing out front when my dad drove me to school in the morning. I had never seen the lady standing in front of the building before.

    A year or two later, I had a dream where I was hanging out with some friends by the school. A cowboy with no hat approached us. I looked at him as he approached, and saw he had no eyes, just black holes. As I turned my head to follow as he passed us, the sun hit my eyes and he disappeared. A few days later, I was at the school with my friends. I saw the cowboy approaching us, except when he got about eight to ten feet away, he disappeared. Nobody else noticed him, so I didn't say anything. He had no eyes, just like in the dream.

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  • AngMoKio

    AngMoKio

    March 10, 2015, 8:36 am

    >I believe the easiest method would be for middle class educated Americans to temporarily leave the country and take jobs with foreign companies. Pay your taxes to a government that supports its population with reasonable domestic services. Then wait for the United States government to collapse and restructure. If totalitarianism comes, you're safe. Stay away. If the people return to power, come back and help.

    I did that. Now I live in a society that isn't broken and there is no way in hell I am going back if I can help it.

    The scary thing is with the new Obama tax reform I *still* have to pay taxes in the US, even though I am being taxed in my new home country.

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  • Fire_1

    Fire_1

    March 11, 2015, 6:56 am

    Its more then just doing what i want to do, My mom is broke and it would be nice to help her out a little but at the same time there is allot of other things i can do to help out. so it would help if i knew what the fuck i wanted to do, its a shitty time to have to make a decision, i havnt been home in 4 months and i want to go home... idk its a harder decision then it sounds. at this point it does matter what other people think, im not going to think about me all the time. so i made up my mind im not going to go home for another 3 months and crab... I THINK THERE THE RIGHT REASONS!!!! its not all about me.

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  • sheep1e

    sheep1e

    March 10, 2015, 6:58 pm

    Objects are held together by atomic forces, and don't expand along with space. Proof: if objects expanded at the same rate that space expanded, then it wouldn't look as though distant objects were moving away from us. Everything would remain the same relative distance apart.

    Actually, that doesn't prove that objects don't expand at all, just that they don't expand nearly as fast as space does. However, there are plenty of other indications that macroscopic objects were the same size in the past, since it would have a huge impact on physics of all kinds if they weren't - smaller objects would have been denser, and thus had more gravity, more pressure, been hotter, etc. etc. So we can conclude that ordinary objects were the same size in the past.

    If you go back far enough, then you get to a point where there wasn't enough space in the universe to fit all the matter, so everything was compressed and the entire universe was filled with dense, hot plasma. However, that was over 13 billion years ago. You shouldn't have any problems with your size even traveling back to the formation of Earth, 4+ billion years ago.

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  • Daishiman

    Daishiman

    March 10, 2015, 9:02 pm

    The video's commentator has the sort of superficial view on the social dynamics of economics that is classic of a libertarian.

    People who have no money and access to government benefits will do what they can to get a job, yes. What you fail to mention is that a lot people will not be able to do so because there is a finite amount of available jobs in an economy. The people who don't make the cut then are forced to got money through other means, including drug dealing and violent crimes. Those less inclined towards that will send their children to live with uncles and relatives.

    The absence of welfare only benefits subemployment by increasing the supply of work to the point that employers don't need to pay living wages. That is a barbarity and thankfully many countries have understood that the system cannot sustain itself with that sort of indentured servitude, and don't tell me it's anything but that when your choice is to either do those things or starve.

    So let's talk about war. War is, primarily, about economic interests, and the backers of wars typically include large industries that need to maintain order on countries they use to acquire natural resources. Eisenhower was far more eloquent on this topic than myself. I need only mention Chiquita or West Africa as satisfactory exampls. Were it not for these sort of interventions, first-world industries would have to pay the full price for resource acquisition, thus lowering their productivity and putting them in a weaker condition. It was that, not a lack of intevention, what kept America prosperous for a long time.

    I mention this because it has been shown time and time again through history that a lack of regulation leads to corporatism. The lesser the regulation, the closer to anarchocapitalism, and I have yet to see a successful economy with happy citizens under such regimes.

    And no, as the Nordic economies have shown, government intervention is a pretty fine and dandy thing if implemented properly. Ever since Brazil has started intervening in its economy and executing its vision for an economy less dependant on foreign business interests it's shown marked improvement. It is evidently not a matter of greater intervention, since there are significant counterexamples of failed economies, mostly in the ex-Soviet bloc; it is a matter of having the power to execute sound economic planning from a society that is conscious and active. At any rate, corporations cannot dictate succesful economic plans because they have no need to be held accountable for their actions in the long term and no cohesive vision for local economies.

    Finally, large governments do not have to equal oppressive societies. The succesful economies I've mentioned are also promoters of civil liberties and have championed many causes in favor of feminism, person drug use, and access to basic services.

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  • imamom32

    imamom32

    March 10, 2015, 1:27 pm

    That one piece of advice everyone will give you is true- NO ONE is financially "ready" to have a baby. There are a number of reasons for that, first and foremost is that finances are not the most important thing to think about when wanting to procreate, and if that is what you are worried are most, it might not be the right time for you emotionally to get started. When we had our first, we were both waiters, and lucky to make 700 bucks a week between the two of us. When I decided to stay at home, we learned how to make sacrifices- one car instead of two, cooking in instead of eating out, no more perfume counter at Macy's. My husband worked his ass off, finished school, and is now extremely successful, and we are well taken care of. We have had rough years, struggling with rent, and then mortgage, but his sole motivation and inspiration for the last decade was to make sure our kids never were missing out on anything. In all honesty, babies are cheap. I nursed each child for two years apiece, I see nothing wrong with ebay, consignment sales, hand-me-downs, etc...and with the exception of diapers ( tried cloth and plastic, and unfortunately found plastic to be the least expensive and more practical of the two), you don't shell out much the first couple of years.

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  • delkarnu

    delkarnu

    March 10, 2015, 11:32 am

    >The origins of clapping, *like everything else*, can be traced back to the Romans

    The "like everything else" is the issue. This is factually incorrect, and colors the rest of your piece by starting with a factual error. Your response here in the comments was a lot clearer and has a greater weight of truth to it:

    >Romans were the first to chronicle in writings, that clapping was used

    Combine the two versions with the rest of your first sentence yields:

    "The origins of clapping were first chronicled in writing by the Romans, who noted it as the preferred audience noise during the first gladiator games." -which I think is a much better form of your opening.

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  • born_lever_puller

    born_lever_puller

    March 10, 2015, 11:40 pm

    OMG, I've eaten those! I bought a few bacon bars for backpacking trips in the Seventies, but I'd forgotten all about them until seeing this article. They obviously didn't taste the same as freshly-cooked bacon, but were pretty good after a week on the trail. I've also seen the canned, pre-cooked bacon, but the compressed bricks were better-suited to hiking.

    Another time I went for two weeks eating nothing on the trail but beef jerky and vitamin pills, and drinking only water. Fortunately it was high quality jerky.

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  • WhyCause

    WhyCause

    March 10, 2015, 3:42 pm

    I've read brief mention in some of the World War II history books that the Nazis used their style as a means of influence in addition to the speeches, and that they put great effort into getting the symbolism and iconography just right.

    Think about walking into those spaces, getting ready to hear a man speak about how great you and your country are. The towering statues and banners are visual testament to what you, as a nation, can do. Cap it off with a resounding pep-rally, and combine it with the suppression of dissent, and you've got a willing crowd at your command.

    tl;dr: Major style points can enable you to do evil.

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  • johnptg

    johnptg

    March 11, 2015, 2:43 am

    This example does not make your point. Do you understand science? If you want to make a point, you have to manage your variables.

    You are describing what may be a hierarchy (debatable but another discussion, let's pretend it is) within a larger hierarchy which you admitted is maintained through the violence of the state. You can't possibly know if this hierarchy is viable without the economic and political structures it exists within.

    How about a stand alone hierarchical system not maintained through violence or the violence from a larger system. It can't be that hard. I can show you stand alone egalitarian systems throughout our species history. I can even point some instances of successful anarchy. You should be able to do the same.

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  • xoctor

    xoctor

    March 11, 2015, 1:31 am

    Spot on.

    The US economy *is* consumption based. Real wages have been falling for decades, but low interest rates and a property bubble meant that consumption could be financed by debt. Obviously, borrowing to consume is only going to work for so long. At some point the principal and interest for the loans must be repaid. When this coincides with the property and stock market bubbles bursting, then only way to repay the loans is with wages. The same wages that have fallen and will fall further under the weight of redundancies. So, what little is left of wages will be going towards debt retirement and not consumption... leading to further property and stock market weakness and more redundancies.

    The debt fuelled "virtuous cycle" of asset bubbles financing more consumption financing further "growth" has been replaced with the inevitable vicious cycle of debt costs cutting consumption causing unemployment, wage weakness, asset deflation, reduced consumption, etc, etc.

    Borrowing to invest is a great idea. Borrowing to consume is stupid. It necessarily reduces overall consumption because you have to pay the interest as well. It only makes sense if you are planning to die before the debt comes due. Unfortunately, governments do expect to die before the debt comes due, and voters are easily hoodwinked into short-termism.

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  • purplecrackers

    purplecrackers

    March 10, 2015, 5:20 pm

    I'm a feminist, and I'm definitely against the circumcision of infants. Like I said, it's unnecessary elective surgery on people too young to consent to it. I know that men who aren't circumcised who wish to be are in for a lot more pain than they would've been if they'd gotten done as a kid, but men who are circumcised and wish they weren't have to go through a lot of pain too, assuming they even have access to foreskin restoration. I know it reduces the risk of getting HIV, but not enough to forego using a condom, which is pretty effective in itself (IIRC that study was done in places where condom use is not the norm). And I know there are religious reasons, but I don't think it's right for parents to force religion onto their kids, especially if they extend that to lopping off body parts. Also, I would be really horrified if someone cut off my clitoral hood without my permish, so there's probably a bit of my own projection there, too. :)

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  • weegee

    weegee

    March 10, 2015, 10:07 pm

    there is no "career" in photography anymore. digital has vastly changed the landscape for photography, and it is nearly impossible to "make a living" off of photography alone. people that shoot nature and old buildings are everywhere. there is *zero* demand for photos like this. if you want to know what photos are currently selling, look at the front page of corbis.com. then realize that there are hundreds of thousands of photos *just like those* coming into the company *on a daily basis* already.

    You could be a photo assistant, but after a couple years it gets pretty boring. I know because I assisted for a few years and was burned out at the end.

    shoot for fun, shoot for yourself, and just have fun at it. don't ever expect to make a living. upload your stuff to veer marketplace and see how you do. but there is very little room at the top these days. everyone and their dog is a photographer now with digital cams for as little as $100 able to produce pictures that sell. and when they do sell, it's usually for a few bucks. hardly enough to put food on the table these days.

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  • stmbtrev

    stmbtrev

    March 10, 2015, 6:07 pm

    I had a bout of HPV about ten years ago.

    First, get that thing removed. If there is a Planned Parenthood in your city they can guide you to someone who will remove it for you. My experience was that after having them removed, they did not return (this is just me).

    Second, tell her. I agree with avacadomotto that you should avoid doing it in a public setting. Although, since you seem to not be close to having sex yet, you do have some time but don't wait too long. Just be up front and let her know you are treating/have treated it.

    I've had to let every woman that I have it before we have sex, for the sole reason so she knows what she is getting into.

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  • EidRoLlort

    EidRoLlort

    March 10, 2015, 4:26 pm

    A buddy and I each ate about an eight of mushrooms and also took some syrian rue extract. I had never tried syrian rue before but I had heard it is a real mind fuck with mushrooms and I wanted to trip balls that day. About an hour in my buddy started to lose his mind. He was making absolutely no sense and staring at me with this vacant look in his eyes. I knew we were in trouble because there was a fairly good number of people around on that Sunday afternoon in college arboretum. Making matters worse was my buddy's shitty hemp belt he bought from a hippy in Berkeley. Yeah... it wasn't keeping his pants up. Afraid that my buddy walking around talking to himself with his pants around his ankles was causing a scene, I had the unfortunate task of pulling up his pants as joggers and others out with their families on a Sunday stroll passed by in shock and disgust. I eventually convinced him to take a seat at a bench where I hoped we could ride this thing out because I knew the journey back to my car would b impossible with my buddy in the condition he was. Then I saw red and blue lights flashing. I looked up towards the road and there was a person on a bike talking to the cops and pointing in our direction. Terrified, I looked away and mumbled to my buddy that the cops are here and he had to try to reclaim his sanity... at least for a few minutes. I'm not convinced that he understood me but the flashing lights must have caught his attention because he got up and started walking in the direction of the police. I grabbed his arm and pulled him back onto the bench. By some miracle that to this day I haven't been able to explain, the cops soon left and I knew that moment was our best chance to make a getaway. A man and woman were nearby playing with their daughter and I had caught them sneaking worried glances at what must have looked like two dudes frying pretty fucking hard. Knowing he would wander off if I left him alone, I mustered the courage to walk over to the woman and explain my situation and asked her if she would watch my buddy while I ran back to my car in which I would return to pick him up. She said she was short on time but agreed and I started running the 2 miles back to my car. Physically and mentally exhausted, I eventually got back to my car and picked up my friend, thanked the woman profusely and made a speedy retreat.

    This was by far my worst experience with psychedelics, which normally have nothing but positive and enlightening effects on me. According to my buddy, his trip was spectacular! Full hallucinations, visual and auditory. This information did little to console me.

    In spite of the fact that we were both on mushrooms, my friend was acting crazy and she was short on time and was with her husband and young daughter, not only did she not call the police, the woman offered to watch my tripping friend. I still think of that as one of the greatest acts of kindness a stranger has ever shown me.

    EDIT - Removed "I'm going to keep this short because I don't really want to relive the whole incident but here goes:"

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  • T5k-dot-com

    T5k-dot-com

    March 11, 2015, 1:10 am

    Way to lie. Beck never pushed "white culture". he doesn't even define it. given his answer to Couric, it seems he CANT even define it. so how could he push something he doesn't even articulate? or more accurately: when are you even alleging that he "pushed" this white culture that you say is equal to superiority (itself a major logic fail, as "culture" has nothing to do with superiority)?

    The truth is that your multi-level strawman argument has no basis. instead of debunking Beck's claim and showing how/why it is inaccurate or even foolish to claim that Obama's relationship with a racist pastor, black nationalist history (which you admit is racist by equating race culture with race superiority, yet baselessly accuse the one saying thats a bad thing as being the one endorsing it) and knee-jerk response in blaming a white person over a black after admitting one doesn't know the facts of the situation are legitimate reasons to "think" one might have a race problem, you instead create a fantasy with which to smear and dismiss through an ad hominem fallacy.

    I *think* Beck is wrong, but I *know* you are wrong because you don't even respond to the reality of the charge. You make things up so you feel better about hating someone you disagree with.

    The facts clear in showing that Beck never pushed a "white culture", but rather alleged that the president does and dislikes it. Respectable people can debate, disagree and ridicule Beck and other commentators for theories like this, but its shameful for you to use smears and lies in place of factual debunking. It serves no one but the kool-aid choir.

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  • mr_chromatic

    mr_chromatic

    March 10, 2015, 8:28 pm

    > ... limit what the programmer can do so they can't do the worst possible thing.

    There are two problems. First, there's no limit to what bad programmers will do. (No lie: once I saw a program which used *files* instead of aggregate data structures because the programmer didn't understand how to use arrays.)

    Second, limitations limit what smart, capable programmers can do. That's why Eclipse is a platform for programmers to build programming tools -- so Java developers can get something done.

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