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  • sealclubber

    sealclubber

    March 11, 2015, 1:32 am

    NPR appealed to me for years; but then I realized that the interviewers and commentators seemed to be die-hard left-wing "true believers", putting on a veneer of highbrow objectivity to appeal to the intellectual masses.

    It's usually nothing really overt - instead, it's an edge to a voice, a way that a question is phrased, a certain smug attitude... I gradually realized that for those NPR employees, it's a personal political vendetta.

    I was hoping to find a source of news that did not take *any* political sides, and instead made every effort to report all news as neutrally as possible. NPR had the appearance, but not the substance, of what I've been looking for.

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  • publius_lxxii

    publius_lxxii

    March 10, 2015, 11:05 pm

    >We spent the last eight years with the government quietly abdicating all oversight in business affairs.

    This is not true. We've had re-regulation - not de-regulation. And they've been mostly to shore up the special interests. Exhibit A: Enron - a politically-connected big business that finally fell when the market figured out it was a house of cards.

    >Let's start using the government to advocate on behalf of the people again,

    Government is inherently corruptible. It can't be done. Better off limiting it.

    >instead of pretending that business will regulate itself if left alone

    No business on it's own will, but when faced with competitive pressure to satisfy customers in an open and free market, they must make people happy or go out of business.

    >History repeatedly demonstrates that it has no reason to do this, and it's time to put it under the leash once again.

    History shows the period of greatest rising prosperity and freedom for the lower classes was in the 19th century British Empire, which was also the most laissez-faire economy ever known.

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  • indrid_cold

    indrid_cold

    March 10, 2015, 10:00 pm

    Years ago, somewhere between high school and college on a warm summer night me and some friends went a' wandering. Smoking and drinking various things we found ourselves at the pond near the edge of town. There was a man-made beach with a locked gate but we scaled the chain-link fence easily. We soon amused ourselves on the swing set, all the while making "Freddy Krueger" jokes and "Halloween" references. Making the hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo-ha-ha-ha-ha background sounds of the monster POV cam.

    There I was in mid swing when we all hear this loud Crack! from the woods and the sound of a scuffle coming towards us. in less time than it takes to tell we all launched in mid-air out of the swing seats and covered the 50 yards to the fence and up and over and we didn't stop running until the entrance to the pond was 100 yards behind us.

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  • snorch

    snorch

    March 10, 2015, 12:24 pm

    I stayed in Stag Island in Ontario, Canada in a cottage that I swear was haunted. I stayed for about a week, and always went to bed with the window shut. Every morning it was open. Things moved around mysteriously, doors opened and closed, and it would occasionally smell like cigar smoke for no apparent reason.

    The creepiest thing that happened was when I was about to go to sleep. I was sitting on the bed, taking my shoes off, and right next to me I heard a voice say "Walk side by side." It wasn't a whisper, either. I heard it plain as day. Everybody else was outside at the time. Very weird.

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  • seagullnoise

    seagullnoise

    March 10, 2015, 4:04 pm

    The author's general tone for the article is set by saying:

    "One of the main problems in the debate is that opinions are advanced that are not backed by data. Interestingly enough--at least for an economist like me--the data tell a rather different kind of story."

    The conclusion of the article is the author committing the exact same mistake that he rails against at the beginning, namely drawing a tenuous conclusion with no quantitative justification:

    "What triggered the gilded age of the late 20th century? There are extensive arguments in the literature about the impact of tax cuts, about extraordinarily high executive compensation in top management, and more. But the recent research does not seem to support these two as major causes. **The most compelling argument for this dramatic increase in income has been technological change. Those with the human capital to take advantage of the new technology gained, and continue to gain, at the expense of those who don't have it. This is the "winner take all" phenomenon. In the 1920s, cutting- edge technology meant electrification. Hence the spike in income at the very top level. The fact that inequality has increased in most of the richest countries is also consistent with this explanation.**"

    He also focuses solely on income, leaving out the important measure of wealth.

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  • sjs

    sjs

    March 10, 2015, 6:27 am

    After you build the system double check that every connection is sound.

    Make sure your PSU is set to the correct voltage if you have 240v at the socket.

    Be sure to have a web browser handy in case you need to look up BIOS beep codes or anything else.

    Don't panic when you power it on the first time and you get a blank screen or a series of beeps or nothing happens.

    Always, *always*, check your video card's seating and output connection when something doesn't seem to be working.

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  • usernamedotcom

    usernamedotcom

    March 11, 2015, 7:53 am

    Dialing 611 and asking about the service problems in the NYC and NJ yields no answers. There are huge problems with dropped calls, calls that will not dial, and missed calls. Gizmondo states in an article that there is a network upgrade taking place.

    * Why is it that along with the upgrades the service is getting worse?

    * Are the upgrades for the end user, for government tracking, marketing or a combination?

    An Att store rep did tell me the upgrades will take and additional year and there are service problems.

    * I'd like to get out of my contract, my phone is useless for business and has become an embarrassment.

    Lastly, why is it every time, on every phone including Treo 650, 680, 700w, BB Bold, when I upgrade the software my phone runs at half the speed it used to.

    * Is this to make the phone feel fast when you first get it, then slow the CPU to extend battery life?

    Thank you for your answers.

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  • cojoco

    cojoco

    March 10, 2015, 9:36 pm

    We appear to be arguing at cross purposes.

    While multi-threaded programming is only incrementally more difficult than single-threaded programming, the non-determinacy of the resulting programs makes them more difficult to debug.

    I'm one of a very small group responsible for a very large application. One of the things which makes the testing this application manageable is that almost all of the code can be tested in a framework in which the program's operation is totally deterministic.

    If we were to move to a framework in which multiple threads were used, then an element of non-determinacy would enter the testing process.

    We simply do not have the time to run tests hundreds of times to look for race conditions where they are present.

    It is not the programming which is difficult: it is the consequent increase in the difficulty of testing which makes it difficult.

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  • hobbified

    hobbified

    March 10, 2015, 10:57 pm

    It's not, exactly; that's why there's positioning information (I don't know whether dirtymatt meant to imply that there's none at all, but there is). The drive makes its best guess as to where it needs to seek to, reads until it can sync up and decode the positioning information on the track, and then assuming it didn't land in exactly the right place, it makes another (smaller and hopefully more accurate) seek. Repeat the process until you're at or just before the sector you were looking for, then start streaming data bits. :)

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  • soowoo

    soowoo

    March 10, 2015, 10:53 am

    I haven't really thought about this one...I would say one of my favorites would when we were at the Trump hotel in Chicago and had some xanax, and got wasted on it. I remember pulling the limo over so we could get high, and getting to the bar and ordering 20 shots of patron side by side and taking pictures next to it. What was real funny about that night was when we got back to the hotel, my friend was passed out and snoring in the cab, and I could NOT get him up. I would open his eyes, and he looked dead. I remember slapping him and laughing, but nothing would wake him up, so the guys working at the trump had to bring a wheel chair out and stroll him in. Then, there was some drunk irish guy in the lobby, and he saw I was trying to get him up, and the guy just lifted my friend and put him on his shoulder, and brought him in our room. Another thing from that night, we were with these 2 black lesbians, and I guess they got into a fight, and one of my friends saw the girl shove the other girls head into some glass window outside, so hard the the glass broke. when I talked to one of the girls the next day, she said she had no idea what happened last night, or how she got home, and she thought she got jumped.

    My other funny memory was when I was walking around the black neighbor hood drunk, late at night, and I had exactly $3 cash on me. There were lots of barbershops, most of them closed, and I remember going into some and asking if I could get a cut for $3. I walked into one of them drinking my beer, and it wreaked of weed in there, and the guy agreed to it. It was like 5 or so black guys. The funny thing about this was right after they shaved my head (not to 0), one of the guys said i looked like a nazi, and they said to shave a swastika into my head, and everyone just started laughing uncontrollably (right when they started laughing, i guess one of the guys was drinking my beer, and spit some out on the floor) . I just realized how hard these stories are to tell just by typing them out. Another funny thing that happened in the barbershop was one of the guys jokingly said another black guy "liked" me, and i went up to him, and i was like "you like me man?" and the guy thought i was calling him gay, got mad (in a jokingly way) and took off his shirt and was saying "we're gonna have to fight" , meanwhile , I was trying to hide behind to guy that originally told me that he "liked" me, who was laughing unbearably, and i was trying to tell him to tell the other guy that he told me "he liked me" and it was a joke, but i wasn't able to tell him cause he was laughing so bad

    I keep thinking of random funny memories, i would say a crazy one that i barely remember was when I got locked out of my hotel room naked, fucked up out of my mind.

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  • Mugendai

    Mugendai

    March 11, 2015, 2:23 am

    > I always get discouraged while jamming or watching videos of people like Vai and Petrucci, and they mention that something is in this time signature or that mode. I just feel like I am missing out, and not knowing anything is really hindering my songwriting attempts.

    Is this attitude becoming more commonplace with guitarists again? Good. The post-grunge era made me want to kick musicians in the nuts with their overemphasis on "You don't need to learn anything, just play with feel" bullshit. That's nice, but what if I wanted to know more than 3 chords?

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  • Li0Li

    Li0Li

    March 10, 2015, 10:31 am

    You're confusing being neutral with joining a common defence. There's a difference, joining a common defence would put all of Europe's defense policy under the control of some joint body, Ireland will not join that, unless there's a referndum allowing the change.

    However, being neutral means not assisting in any way, militarily or otherwise, one side in war. In the Lisbon Treaty it states that all member states are obliged to assist another if it is attacked either by a terrorist organisation or another country, it does not clarify what is meant by that 'assistance'.

    So, once again, I am not lying. And I was actually waiting for an apology for calling me a liar, not for quoting the wrong part of my post. I won't begin waiting for it.

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  • Xet

    Xet

    March 10, 2015, 5:54 pm

    -_-

    The original is hands down one of the best zombie flicks ever. The remake, in my opinion, is kind of an insult to the original. It bears no real resemblance other than the name and the fact it takes place in a mall. It would have been better to give it another name.

    All of Romero's 'x of the Dead' films are great. There are a further three after Dawn of the Dead, including two post 2000 films, and there's another one that was recently screened at the Sundance Film Festival.

    Edit: Don't know why someone decided to downvote both my comments. You're not using the voting system as intended.

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  • skyskr4per

    skyskr4per

    March 10, 2015, 2:30 pm

    Okay, I really dig the 3D glasses one and the Tim Burton meets Looney Tunes one. I get the feeling a lot of these are shitty-LA-bar-looking because a lot of the bands are shitty-LA-bar-bands. I'm pretty sure the 3D glasses pic is Red Chord, and those guys opened for GWAR. They rock. Hard.

    My point is that as much as we'd all like a real actual (much better) photographer to do our promo stuff, this guy is probably soooo much cheaper and his output is pretty not bad. It's easy to say die when you don't have a band to promote.

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  • burntsushi

    burntsushi

    March 10, 2015, 5:55 pm

    Just because you receive something for some payment you make doesn't mean that payment isn't theft. For instance, I may hold a gun to one's head and demand $100 in payment. After the victim hands over the $100, he has received "life"- otherwise I may have taken it from him.

    Continuing with my analogy, the victim is also free to try and dissuade me from stealing his money at gunpoint. That still doesn't change the fact that I am committing theft, or that I am illegitimately using force.

    The onus is on the aggressor (the government) to cease, not the person being aggressed against.

    I could call you an idiot too, but unlike you, I recognize it is not conducive to healthy discussion.

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  • RPMBC

    RPMBC

    March 11, 2015, 12:07 am

    Indie star whose shine is growing ever brighter rolled into Atlanta, GA with UK newcomer and show stealer Greg Holden, just like they have every other major city across the US.

    There are some killer videos with never released songs by Holden and Ingrid. If you like either you will love these and if you like Damien Rice or Nick Drake with the lyrics of Ray Lamontagne you will totally dig Greg Holden.

    He's only been here 3 months and they have sold out EVERY show on the 46 date tour.

    This is hawt....!

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  • obamacarez

    obamacarez

    March 11, 2015, 4:46 am

    I actually hit the lucky ladies bonus. I was dealt the two queen of hearts and dealer showed blackjack. $5 x 1000 = $5000!!!

    As for 21+3... 21+3 blackjack side bet that first 2 player cards and dealer up card will make a 3-card poker hand. This bet is an optional one and is made before the cards are dealt. If the player places this bet, the outcome is known as soon as the cards are dealt. Just like in ordinary blackjack, players get two cards face up and dealer gets one card face up and another one face down. This is when the bet is checked and if it wins the payout is made.

    I feel like if I had a shoe where i sucessfully counted the suits and knew that there was a huge amount of hearts left.. and it was only me playing 2 hands against just a dealer... I feel like I could bet heavy on the 3 card wager and win a ton money. I haven't found any math on it, I'm sure there are very very unlikely circumstances where that bet is in your favorite. It does pay out 9:1 though

    21+3 is popular on riverboat casinos

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  • immrlizard

    immrlizard

    March 11, 2015, 8:43 am

    If you still have those problems with your d630 and want to try a couple things to cool it down a bit, make sure the Bios is up to the latest. Some of the chipsets are known to be defective some how and they put out a fix to make the fan run earlier and longer. Also, I cracked the case and removed the heat sink and clean it up. I replaced the grease with arctic silver 5 and it has been running a bit cooler. We have about a dozen of those so we are trying to make them last. I have a couple older laptops at home that I just use for checking mail etc. One I loaded puppy on and I was really shocked how functional it is. Like I said, I use it for checking mail and watching hulu in the other room, but it does both really efficiently. There are really no updates to puppy though, it is a new install.

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  • fingers

    fingers

    March 10, 2015, 10:43 am

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

    Learn before you write things that will make your ENTIRE audience instantly disagree with you. There was life on the planet before the Romans.

    Like most cool things, clapping can be traced back to the Romans.

    Now you've got the audience hooked because they want to know cool things. They know cool things. I stopped on your sentence because I knew there was life before the Romans (the Ancient Greeks for example). And I said, "BULLSHIT". My BS detector rang "WHOOOOWHOOOOWHOOOOOO".

    Like most everyone else here suggested, read. Read a lot. Read what you like to write. You may want to stick to reading The Onion if you are going for sarcasm and wittiness.

    And examine them. Use them as learning tools. What does this article do that ALL the other articles do? What does it do differently? Does this difference add or subtract from enjoyment?

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  • shady8x

    shady8x

    March 10, 2015, 6:38 pm

    >Why are you defending the actions of the companies that are taking out life insurance policies on employees who are not high-level executives and sometimes don't even work for your company?

    Because there is a law that says they have to maximize profits and a law that allows them to do this. It is the law that is responsible. It is the law that is wrong. The companies are doing what they are supposed to do within a flawed system.

    >It's gambling because they are hoping to get their money's worth when the person dies.

    Everyone is going to die eventually so they will be paid eventually.

    >If the person doesn't die in a way that allows for payout by the insurance company, then the business doesn't get paid. They're gambling the insurance premiums in hope that their employee dies and they cash in.

    IF you are saying they are gambling on how a person dies. Ok that is gambling. Though that makes them want to give as good a life as possible to their employees. A person facing cancer with no medical insurance for example is more likely to commit suicide so the incentives to screw over their employees disappears.

    >Again, why are you defending the actions of companies that take out life insurance premiums on low-level employees, and sometimes non-employees?

    Because while the law is wrong, the companies are not to blame for the laws that our government decides to pass. Except when the companies pay off politicians to make those laws. In that case however, it is still mainly the responsibility of the corrupt politicians(make that most politicians.)

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  • sala

    sala

    March 10, 2015, 11:10 pm

    I'm still confused about this one. Also, I guess your answer to user exist got somehow messed up by markup.

    Let's say a have the following code:

    char *mypointer;

    mypointer = "Hello Reddit!";

    printf("The string is: %s \n", mypointer);\

    printf("The first character of the string is: %c", *mypointer);

    The output will be

    The string is: Hello Reddit!

    The first character of the string is: H

    Now, the first line of code is straightforward: create a pointer that will hold the memory address of a character.

    The second line, however, is already a bit confusing: I assign a value to the pointer, which really should be a memory address - but I assign a string. By design (I guess), C will actually store the memory address of the first character ('H') of the string. Not what one would expect, but ok, that's the way it works.

    What really completely confuses me, however, is line 3. If mypointer is a pointer, then the third line should really print the address of the string, rather than the string itself. Indeed, if I use %p instead of %s, it will actually print the memory address. I also understand that if I use *mypointer, it will just give me 'H' (which is what happens on line 4). What I don't understand is why line 3 works. Shouldn't it give me some kind of error, because I am trying to print the memory address (which is a number) as a string? Is this just C design convention?

    Btw, thanks for creating this. It's simply awesome.

    [EDIT: formatting]

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  • Fixhotep

    Fixhotep

    March 11, 2015, 9:12 am

    I also disagree. Films, like anything, can change the world. Like mylescloutier said, billions of small things can change the world. Movies can inspire and motivate just like anything else.

    How can you argue that Star Wars hasn't changed the world in its own way? The amount of kids that it inspired back in 1977 was so amazing that the film industry eventually boomed with SW geeks 20 years later. I'm not saying SW is solely responsible for the film industry, but its hard to argue against that it had a major influence.

    You can argue that the whole green thing started with "An Inconvenient Truth"

    Charlie Chaplin's movies inspired millions.

    Whether you think it was shit or not, even "Super Size Me" changed a great deal of people.

    "Harlan County, USA" helped unions get recognized back when they were needed.

    You can argue that "JFK" was mostly responsible for the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992.

    These are just easy examples, in my opinion. Let's not forget movies like "12 Angry Men" inspiring people to ask questions, or "Snow White" inspiring kids to grow up to be animators. How about "To Kill a Mockingbird" ?

    To say that movies don't make the world a different place is to closed minded.

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