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  • greyfinch

    greyfinch

    March 10, 2015, 6:56 pm

    > On June 30 last year, Andersen suddenly developed a high fever and complained of a pain in his leg. The next day, the pain became unbearable.

    > "I remember them putting me in the ambulance, but after that I lost consciousness for two weeks," Andersen said, describing it as an awful darkness.

    > Until he developed what appeared to be the flu, Peter was a healthy, strapping individual, Charlene said.

    Jesus loves you! That's not agony, that's the hand of Jesus killing you with love!

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  • tobybuk

    tobybuk

    March 11, 2015, 4:34 am

    or 4) Having the Goldstone report quoted at you to give a little bit of proportion to this idle threat from a terrorised population:

    1887. The timing of the first Israeli attack, at 11.30 a.m. on a weekday, when children were

    returning from school and the streets of Gaza were crowded with people going about their

    daily business, appears to have been calculated to create the greatest disruption and

    widespread panic among the civilian population. The treatment of many civilians detained

    or even killed while trying to surrender is one manifestation of the way in which the

    effective rules of engagement, standard operating procedures and instructions to the troops

    on the ground appear to have been framed in order to create an environment in which due

    regard for civilian lives and basic human dignity was replaced with disregard for basic

    international humanitarian law and human rights norms.

    and

    1898. The Mission was struck by the resilience and dignity shown by people in the face of

    dire circumstances. UNRWA Director of Operations, John Ging, relayed to the Mission the

    answer of a Gaza teacher during a discussion after the end of the Israeli military

    operations about strengthening human rights education in schools. Rather than expressing

    scepticism at the relevance of teaching human rights in a context of renewed denial of

    rights, the teacher unhesitantly supported the resumption of human rights education:

    “This is a war of values, and we are not going to lose

    Shame on you.

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  • ElectricRebel

    ElectricRebel

    March 10, 2015, 11:46 pm

    Here is my hypothesis on Obama...

    He deeply wants to do something to make things better. In 2002, he explicitly said he wants single payer and even last year he did the whole "if we were starting from scratch, single payer is the way to go" thing. However, I think he realizes the political power in this country does not lie with the president and the Congress but with the corporations. He knows that if he were to go for serious reform, that he would go down in flames from the propaganda campaign and therefore the only way to go is to cut a bunch of deals and make some improvements (e.g. the end of pre-existing condition discrimination and insuring the poor).

    That, or he is just a corporate sell-out like the rest of them...

    Edit: I agree that we should have pilot single payer programs in the states. It would still be a tough fight (look up Canada's single payer history), but it could work.

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  • waddupeverybody

    waddupeverybody

    March 11, 2015, 8:20 am

    How high should the true count be before you start raising your bet from $10?

    - Depends on the rules. But at most casinos it's at a true count of +2.

    How high is the count when you max out your bet at $100?

    - My max bet ($800) is at a TC of+5

    Also, do you keep the entire count in your head all the time, or keep subcounts in your head, and add them to the count?

    - I keep the running count in my head the entire time. I don't know what you mean by subcounts.

    How much of a bank role do you need for bets this size to avoid the volatility monster?

    - Most people suggest having 120 - 150 times your max bet. Max bet of $100 equals a $15,000 bankroll. This depends on many factors and how you are implementing Kelly Criterion and how much risk you are willing to take.

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  • Gauteisntme

    Gauteisntme

    March 10, 2015, 10:57 am

    The reason why I (as a single person with a degree in chemistry) like the REACH-directive is actually quite simple.

    My idea is that with several million chemicals available as different additives to foodstuff, healthcare products, emballages, toys, clothes, make up a potential for hazardious materials. The idea is, due to shear numbers, that every producer have to know the content of their product - so to say as for being responsible of not producing anything harmful. The idea of turning the responsibility around like that, is the genious part of the REACH directive - both on consumer and on enviromental basis!

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  • RevOxley

    RevOxley

    March 11, 2015, 4:31 am

    Contrast is entirely irrelevant...Religion is merely the organizational structure that helps terrorism happen, were religion non-existent the Taliban would still exist simply without the guise of Jihad in front of them.

    Interventionism is the problem. For the past 60 or so years the US government has intervened and meddled in the affairs of people that it has no business dealing with for various reasons and to achieve various devious goals, the people of these countries being the ones that pay the price.

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  • shockfactor

    shockfactor

    March 11, 2015, 8:11 am

    Make up a story about how your grandmother taught you that education meant everything in this world right before she died.

    Or if you're brown, a story about how you overcame racism.

    If you have any sort of handicap, make a story about that.

    Make yourself stand out and possibly fit into one of the minority groups they want to fill to make their campus diverse.

    Oh, and start writing it no less than a month before you need it, and revise/rewrite it every weekend, keeping only the best parts.

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  • timbowen

    timbowen

    March 11, 2015, 6:51 am

    They mean too expensive for businesses. There will always be consumers who can't afford your product and there will be consumers who can. When the number of consumers who can afford your product is too small to cover your cost you have to reduce costs.

    So basically some guy at the power company is going to sit down in front of a spreadsheet and look at how much it will cost to "go green" vs how much it would cost to pay the coal bill. When it's more profitable to retrofit your power plant or implement a distributed grid of solar and wind power then they will all "go green." It won't be for the good of the earth, it will be for the good of the balance sheet.

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  • linkdood

    linkdood

    March 11, 2015, 12:54 am

    Wait, why does an album have to be perfect to listen all the way through, I listen to albums in their entirity pretty often.

    But albums that work particularly well, I guess:

    * Pink Floyd- Dark Side of The Moon

    * Pink Floyd - Animals

    * Radiohead - Kid A

    * Talking Heads - Remain In Light

    * Arcade Fire - Funeral

    * The Strokes - Is This It?

    And there are also some albums that while not perfect, I get a lot more out of if I listen in their entirity, for example:

    * Animal Collective - Sung Tongs

    * The Beatles - White Album

    * Pink Floyd - The Wall

    * Sigur Ros - Ágætis byrjun

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  • UnificationDotCom

    UnificationDotCom

    March 10, 2015, 5:08 pm

    One thing that I think is important to consider is an attraction to a woman who would want to be with a guy like this. There is often something "Oedipal Complex" oriented that makes one want to be a rescuer. It may sound appealing to rescue someone from the "bad guy" but the important question is, "How healthy can she be if she's attracted to someone like that?"

    She has to work through whatever issues make her attracted to horrible guys (perhaps she had father issues) before she can be healthy enough to be in a good relationship.

    Being a rescuer doesn't result in finding yourself a good relationship. Figure why you're drawn to someone who likes horrible men, and then pursue women who like healthy men.

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  • SoPoOneO

    SoPoOneO

    March 10, 2015, 10:43 am

    Thanks. Just saw that you had already answered the question further down. That actually seems like a pretty impressive advantage.

    I am also interested in learning more about the Kelly Criterion. It's a notion that I had a vague inkling must exist even before I had heard of it by name. I knew there must be a reason that buying sensible insurance is a good thing to do, and gambling at Roulette is not, even though both have expected negative returns. I believe the Kelly Criterion can explain it.

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  • DaPM

    DaPM

    March 11, 2015, 7:30 am

    FTA:

    >Pemex has drilled just ten deepwater wells, but found little oil. It lacks the expertise, technology and capital it needs.

    > Much could be done even without changing the constitution, by linking the value of service contracts to production and slimming Pemex, where the payroll of 143,000 is at least 30,000 too big. But it is hard to see discussion on a new law before the previous one has even been implemented, and harder still to foresee its approval, since the PRI and its allies gained a majority in the lower house of Congress in a mid-term election in July. Some PRI leaders have ties to the oil workers’ union. And big lay-offs in the trough of recession would anyway be politically toxic

    Me thinks that you are rationalizing their failure instead of admitting the plain fact that a govenment run monopoly has very little incentive to actually be competitive. Incompetent management in a public company gets pressured by shareholders. Incompetent management in a state-owned company ? What do you mean incompetent? They are VERY competent but a little unlucky :)

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  • campion_gentian

    campion_gentian

    March 11, 2015, 12:41 am

    i've always wondered why things like this are reserved for "special" days, where people and walk around and pretend to be interested.

    actually i've been obsessed with this question, and have come to this resolution; i will start spreading random art, passively. keep a few crayons and a marker around, maybe a nice picture you ripped from a magazines, pin it to thhe odd tree you walk by, or cover the posters on a pole. I do have a few more ideas, but that is the simplest.

    who wants to do this with me?

    i live in 'sauga, go to school downtown, and work in scarborough, so where doesn't really matter

    ........

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  • bonzinip

    bonzinip

    March 10, 2015, 2:38 pm

    >> Now, no. When I answered, yes.

    >

    > Why the difference?

    Because we had a discussion that showed that we can agree to disagree. Maybe it was premature, but I don't like seeing citations like this without an explanation, no matter if it is from believers or atheists (or no matter if it is from the bible or evolution of the species, for that matter).

    >> I don't give a damn about credentials

    >

    > Then why'd you bring them up?

    I wasn't bringing up credentials. I was saying that I don't have the knowledge (in philosophy, history, whatever) to call me anything but a computer programmer that likes humanities-related topics. I'm not talking about formal education.

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  • crackduck

    crackduck

    March 10, 2015, 10:11 pm

    > middle of world war fucking three right now.

    We would be doing virtually the same thing militarily.

    > we'd still be outsourcing all of our military production

    You seem to be highly misinformed about our current outsourcing volume.

    > McCain == Obama

    They have both admitted that their cabinets would have looked relatively similar, with a number of the same appointments. All of Obama's major appointments are members of the CFR (Council on Foreign Relations), and so were all of McCain's key advisers which would have been his major appointees. The difference between the two teams is pretty much just cosmetic and rhetorical.

    You're free to say that there is a substantial difference between Obama and McCain, but don't expect to be respected for espousing that opinion.

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  • rektide

    rektide

    March 11, 2015, 4:23 am

    > *What can I do with it.*

    > GPipe models the entire graphics pipeline in a purely functional, immutable and typesafe way.

    From the *GPipe website*:

    GPipe is an API for Haskell that "models the entire graphics pipeline" in a "purely functional, immutable and typesafe way".

    *What does GPipe model?*

    Good question you ask! Sentence two describes some common examples, the data primitives of the world:

    > vertex buffer objects (VBO's), texture objects and GLSL shader code synthetisation

    These are basic 3d store primitives; vbo's are 3d datasets, typically game models & such. Texture object's are 2d data sources that tend to attach large chunks of data, be it image colors, depth, direction of indicence, or generally any "per surface area" quantity involved in a computation. GLSL code is a computer program that reads and writes these data primitives, and runs on the GPU.

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