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  • anonymous_hero

    anonymous_hero

    March 11, 2015, 5:21 am

    Thanks for the swift reply!

    Alright, oral sex is safe then, but as for sex in general, your answer is somewhat discomforting..

    So basically everyone should wear a condom every single time, except in a monogamous relationship where both partners have been recently tested. But as far as I know, many - if not even most - people don't.. ?

    People who are HIV positive are still very rare in western countries. How foolish do you think trying to figure out if your partner is "high risk" and deciding whether to use a condom based on that is, and do you think people are being too careless in general?

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  • TheMG

    TheMG

    March 10, 2015, 6:58 pm

    1. Germans shouldn't apologise for Hitler, unless they were an adult in during the era, and supported Hitler. Since, in those cases, it is partially their fault. No one in Britain should apologise for inhumane things that happened under the Empire, as they had absolutely nothing to do with it.

    2. You were being sarcastic, but as *crizon* pointed out, Hitler did have some good achievements and these should not be forgotten. IMHO, he/they did quite a good job of rescuing the German economy.

    3. The British Empire did do many great things for the world, and this should also be remembered.

    4. The crimes of the British Empire should be put into context. These things weren't ideas the British crafted themselves, it was societal norms. Slave trade just wasn't seen how it is today. This is in contrast to the persecution of Jews, Gypsies and the disabled. Although, I admit, the USAs treatment of communists and certainly Britains (I do not know of other countries) towards homosexuals, although not as harsh, was still awful (Turing...)

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  • sprockety

    sprockety

    March 10, 2015, 11:24 am

    Okay yea go slower etc. . . but sometimes even at reasonable highway speeds hydroplaning will occur. So then the words from drivers ED come flooding back to us "steer into the skid". What exactly does that mean?

    Well what most people do is turn the wheel A DIRECTION, and when that fails they turn it THE OTHER DIRECTION. One of these must be "turn into the skid" but now you are fishtailing from jostling the wheel.

    What you ought to do is go find a big empty parking lot preferably covered with ice and practice practice practice. Better still, find a defensive driving school with people who know what they are doing and can guide you along.(Hopefully with their own cars for you to use.)

    The sensation of hydroplaning is sickening until you have done it enough times to get used to the experience.

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  • YumYumKittyloaf

    YumYumKittyloaf

    March 10, 2015, 9:48 pm

    You have a very, very pessimistic view on things.

    Yes being hopeful won't do a damn thing, but in my position I can not do very much other than know what's going on and try to vote representatives into office that I believe will act in my best interest. Being just hopeful and not learning from mistakes and taking in all of this is the worst idea imaginable.

    Plus you took my comment out of context. Yes I'm hopeful that maybe it has changed, but if it hasn't, then I should try to use all that I have available to try and change it. That's really not all that much though.

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  • JOA23

    JOA23

    March 11, 2015, 8:00 am

    Realizing your worth is not the same thing as wallowing in self pity. Maybe you are the type of person who has a better experience alone than with other people, but that doesn't mean you have to start making generalizations about people who do have positive social experiences in college.

    Personally, I've found that being open to meeting new people in any situation, and putting effort into building relationships with others has deeply enriched my life. Sure, some people are douchebags, and there are many more who might be good people, but are not the type of people that I would want to be friends with. However, there are countless others who I have benefited from, or would benefit from getting to know. Because there are people in my life that I love and care about, I don't think I'll be experiencing the hollowness of life anytime soon. Disagree with me all you want, but you won't change my experience.

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  • 6553321

    6553321

    March 10, 2015, 6:10 am

    So the question may not be for me but I think i,j,k are well understood especially if you're dealing with Cartesian coordinates so they are concise and well-understood. And seriously there is a limit to how much time you want to put into naming your iteration variable and typing it out. That being said it is kind of painful to do a search and replace with because inevitably half the words inside of your loop will contain i. The usual solution to this is using ii,jj,kk but it's more a style than anything else. I just use i,j,k though.

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  • FiOzymandias

    FiOzymandias

    March 10, 2015, 7:55 am

    All general "trick play" (pause/RR/FF etc) shittiness is supposed to be resolved with the version 1.7 software update for the boxes. They're rolling out an alpha version in Texas and either FL or CA right now, but they are incredibly slow about pushing updates out nationally. As in months and months behind initial given expectations.

    I've never heard of a pause "releasing" or at least heard complaints about it. What often helps is to reload the software on the STBs (I do this for people all the time). Have the SN of your DVR ready, give us a call, and ask that the agent do what's called a cable card reload. It's a link on this diagnostic tool we click, that's all we have to do, so don't let yourself get BS'd around by someone trying to get a read on something that isn't going on. It might help. Otherwise our software sucks ass and runs inconsistently.

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  • Comp_fighter_00

    Comp_fighter_00

    March 11, 2015, 9:21 am

    my BJJ training is in the gracie barra lineage... i won't say what belt, but i competed in my first tourney in '01 in the intermediate division.

    i'm 30. the reason i've decided not to go pro is that i can make an easier living doing what i do during the day than i could at fighting. that and i got started training seriously too late in life. there isn't a lot of money in grappling/BJJ which is my first love.

    ADCC: i thought this was one of the best years ever! i'm a huge marcelo garcia fan, but braulio looked unstoppable. i believe he will be a force in years to come, and i believe he will beat jacare at 2011's superfight.

    i wasn't really impressed with pablo's win over marcelo, although i do enjoy pablo's guard-passing game.

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  • siriusbs

    siriusbs

    March 10, 2015, 7:38 am

    iceland didn't start out with many inhabitants and people kept dying because of natural disasters or moving away (for the same reason).

    for hundreds of years the population kept rising to about 50k and dropping down to 30k again. sustained growth only started around 1820 with 50k inhabitants, around 80 thousand in 1900, and only 250000 in 1990. the recent spike in population (~30% in 20 years) is mainly caused by immigration.

    it's not that icelandic people don't like to reproduce... it's just they used to die faster than they could multiply

    guess I'm stealing Fimbulfamb's thunder, just couldn't help myself :)

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  • Fimbulfamb

    Fimbulfamb

    March 10, 2015, 9:21 pm

    We don't need to import milk, meat and most groceries. Rather things like cereals and tropical fruits.

    I don't know how Icelanders' disposition has been portrayed in other countries, but we're not angry with any other countries, rather with the treacherous idiots who engineered Icelandic finance over the last decade. The banks were operated a bit like Enron (and I've heard their bankruptcy by far exceeds Enron's in value lost) and according to EEA rules the government must step in with guarantees for lost deposits.

    I've not heard any sensible arguments against repaying (although obviously nobody *wants* to), but we're annoyed that the guys who screwed the system (with support of the governing political party, I might add) are now sitting on mountains of cash, having played the rules so as to leave their bankrupt firms stripped of assets with the aid of loans which then weren't repaid (adding to the value loss of the kaput banks).

    Some Icelanders (and here the government's included) are pissed at the British government for using supposed anti-terrorism legislation to freeze Icelandic banks' assets in Britain, which (also supposedly) exacerbated the situation.

    Basically, many Icelanders think they "didn't do anything" (which is strictly not true, as *everyone* who wasn't living in a cave took part in the upswing which the boom financed), and thus think they shouldn't be held responsible. But, as we know, capitalistic legislation has little to do with righteousness. The busts are the price we have to pay for the booms.

    So, I'm for paying the icesave debts, although I won't do it smiling.

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  • LeGrandOiseau

    LeGrandOiseau

    March 10, 2015, 11:40 am

    In elementary school, yes. There was a little van that came around with extra books in it, and they let me do self-paced studying in a corner of the classroom.

    This was in the 1960s. The G&T kids were sent to the same school as the other special-needs kids and the kids learning English. So I grew up with some interesting classmates.

    Due to lack of money in the district, there was only minimal support for continuing G&T into middle school, so I got dumped back into the gen-pop at that time. The only thing I learned in elementary school that helped me much in middle school was how to box. The self-paced learning helped me to get through high school, though. If I had stuck to the curriculum, I would have been bored.

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  • OhTheHugeManatee

    OhTheHugeManatee

    March 10, 2015, 11:55 pm

    you can make that argument - without electric amplification, modification, and distortion, whole genres of music wouldn't exist.

    While I personally agree with ShannonSunshine, that's the kind of statement that reeks of personal aural bias. I'd say that the difference SHOULD be immediately clear, but it may not be to people who have grown up without ever listening to music in a focused way. It doesn't have to be classical music that you've listened to, but you do have to teach your brain to focus on the input from the ears, and most people don't do that anymore. Music is background noise. But I think if you put that concert in front of any musician, the difference would be pretty damn clear, even with microphones.

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  • Zedkhov1

    Zedkhov1

    March 11, 2015, 12:17 am

    none the less. I'd suggest getting a cover up by a good tattoo artist. Go to them first ask their opinion they may even be able to cover it up without you having to go through the costly laser removal sessions. When you meet with them tell them you were considering laser and ask whether they can do the cover up without it.

    If you arent willing to do a cover up expect several sessions with the laser and honestly and unfortunately they aren't cheap.

    Don't listen to online sites or anyone on here suggesting tattoo fading creams and al that BS, literally the only thing that is used these days is lasers unless of course you are foolish enough to carve it off your body yourself...sounds ridiculous but there are videos of people doing it online...course then you are left with a nice scar in the shape of your tattoo haha.

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  • tsteele93

    tsteele93

    March 10, 2015, 12:06 pm

    The meat industry treats much of its practices and the ingredients in ground beef as trade secrets. **While the Department of Agriculture has inspectors posted in plants and has access to production records, it also guards those secrets.** Federal records released by the department through the Freedom of Information Act blacked out details of Cargill's grinding operation that could be learned only through copies of the documents obtained from other sources. Those documents illustrate the restrained approach to enforcement by a department whose missions include ensuring meat safety and promoting agriculture markets.

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  • notcaptainkirk

    notcaptainkirk

    March 11, 2015, 1:11 am

    >This was someone I knew and worked with and would totally have trusted.

    And he molested kids under the age of 16.

    I hate to be a dick here, but that is what happened. Yes, he may have struggled with homosexuality while married to a woman, but instead of finding a consenting adult, he completely betrayed the trust of his job (both as a teacher and as a camp counselor). It's unfortunate that things got that far and he felt compelled to kill himself, but we can't pretend like he was the victim.

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  • powercow

    powercow

    March 10, 2015, 8:15 pm

    comparing tax burdons you have to compare income ranges.

    states with more rich people will have a higher burdon than those with less.

    at anyrate the tax rates only vary by a percent or two across all the states

    and that is not enough to explain californias troubles.

    how ever having their hands tied when it comes to managing the economy with temp tax increases.. when it comes to tieying the hands of local communities to fund schools.. so they have to beg the state for funding rather than get it through property tax increases.

    well that does hurt a state.

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  • essjay2009

    essjay2009

    March 11, 2015, 3:04 am

    You know, I find myself in the same situation. I don't mind ads, I run sites myself and rely on the ads to pay the hosting and costs on them, but certain ads just drive me nuts. In particular the epilepsy inducing ones that blink, the flash ones that take over 75% of my browser window and the ones that make a noise. Like most things in life, it's a minority ruining it for the rest.

    There are certain sites I explicitly allow ads for, and I do click some (and even buy some stuff), so I hope the sites that run those annoying ads know that they're losing out on potential revenue from me.

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  • visarga

    visarga

    March 11, 2015, 1:36 am

    The idea I wanted to point out was that we have been seduced by the promise of instant answers to almost any questions into revealing so much about ourselves than even our doctors, lawyers and spouse together don't know (porn preferences, drug use, health problems, travel plans, business ideas, etc). We chose to let our privacy slip away in order to gain more convenience. And it's not only Google, but also FaceBook, Reddit and many other places that collect detailed information about our thoughts. The cell phone is the perfect surveillance device. All our contacts, social interactions, physical location, emails, SMS and conversations themselves can be mined by a zealous state.

    I am not against innovation. It might have been a good choice - perhaps it will be much better for me on average to use Google than not to use it and protect my thoughts. Only future will tell if this choice was right. If we have a fascist dictatorship 25 years from now, that will verify our old Google search logs for "unpatriotic views" whatever their definition will be, then I'm screwed.

    The future in my opinion will be almost devoid of privacy. Instead we will feel the planet has been reduced to a village. Human interaction will be on another level altogether.

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  • Comp_fighter_00

    Comp_fighter_00

    March 11, 2015, 7:19 am

    the ribs are best, and the nuts if you can get them. the head is better left for knees from a plumb clinch, elbows from the mounts and palms if you must.

    i hesitate to advise punching to the throat in a bar fight type of situation mainly because it's fairly easy to crack the windpipe which can be fatal. as angry as you are, you don't want to kill some foolish drunkard. having said that, if some dumbass jumped me in a dark alley and i had to decide between killing him and ending up like batman's parents, well... better to be judged by twelve than carried by six.

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  • rnsngshpkng

    rnsngshpkng

    March 10, 2015, 8:18 pm

    wake up at 6, spend an hour getting ready//eating. hour drive to work. When I get there, must walk through 3 checkpoints and a metal detector. Do assessments and re-assessments till noon. Typically have a noon lunch-meeting with the Health administrator. Come back, do therapy with a few inmates if possible (typically after lunch is when the trouble happens). The therapy is usually Gestalt, having to deal with interacting with the upcoming parole board, or families, etc. Last hour of work is dedicated to paperwork.

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  • pubjames

    pubjames

    March 11, 2015, 2:09 am

    I'm a Brit who lives in Spain. Most people in the UK believe Spain to be devoutly Catholic. It isn't - far from it - especially in the big cities. I don't know anyone (literally nobody) here that goes to church. And yet in the UK, all my family and a lot of my friends are religious and go to church regularly, and people often try to coherce me or my family into going to church when we're there.

    So in my experience at least, the UK is quite a religious place, although not in an extreme way like in the USA, and nobody bats an eyelid if you are an athiest.

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  • oceanid

    oceanid

    March 10, 2015, 1:49 pm

    The funniest/weirdest moment for me was the first time I worked on set. I had to get information from one of the talent and they were in the middle of a photoshoot. It was my time to go home(I'm hourly), so I had to sit next to them while she was getting it doggy style and have her sign paperwork. Good times.

    Nothing horribly wrong has happened aside from girls going batshit insane over really silly things like their makeup not looking right.

    From what the guys tell me, they honestly do enjoy fucking the girls. We mostly hire girls new to the business so they look just like any pretty girl walking down the street. They don't have that porn star look yet.

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