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    accessibledfw

    March 11, 2015, 5:16 am

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  • nosoupforyou

    nosoupforyou

    March 11, 2015, 5:04 am

    You could visit a few stores like best buy. They usually have a sample of each big console running for people to try out.

    If you decide you like the games, I think some game stores rent consoles too. Try renting one for a weekend and see how you like some of the games.

    Have you tried any mmporgs? Online role playing games (like wow or everquest), can be addicting and cost a monthly fee. You can play for free on emulation servers though. (www.shardsofdalaya.com is a free everquest emulation server.)

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  • geak78

    geak78

    March 10, 2015, 1:21 pm

    A story that has been told to our family by my aunt about my uncle due to him not being able to talk about it.

    My uncle is a nurse for the VA and stands about 6'4" and built like a mountain. A few times in the past he was asked to stand in for a nurse in the VA psych ward due to his size. This is the ward where you on occasion have to physically restrain a patient until sedatives can be injected to save that patient or others from harm. After standing in a few times in the past his buddy asks again but warns him that it is the full moon and it won't be like the last times. My uncle, not being one for superstitions, laughs and agrees anyway. He noticed a heightened stress in the air but didn't care until the first person had a break from reality. Now my uncle and two other nurses end up tackling a patient. My uncle is lucky enough to get the upper torso. Now this scrawny little patient now has 750+ lbs in live weight on top of him and my uncle cannot see any part of the patients body making contact with the floor! Yeah, that's right, he is f-ing floating and to make matters worse his eyes begin to change color. Now my uncle is too afraid to get up for fear the patient will be able to move again and a fourth nurse is injecting a high strength sedative which normally has an immediate effect. Now not really being able to trust his judgment of time at this point it is safe to say the sedative took much longer than it should but not really sure how much longer.

    My uncle who has debunked every ghost story or mention of paranormal my whole life refuses to return there and will not speak of it to anyone. I didn't really believe the story when I heard it from my aunt until I asked my uncle about it. After seeing his face turn white I sheepishly tried changing the subject but it is safe to say, whatever happened that night has scared him more than anything else could.

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  • Starblade

    Starblade

    March 11, 2015, 3:55 am

    If I have an idea for pottery in my head it's an abstraction. To own an abstraction means that anyone else's idea for pottery, so long as it's similar to mine, is infringing on my idea.

    However, if I actually MAKE the pottery, the pottery I MAKE is not an abstraction. It's a concrete. However, to own this concrete means merely that someone may not touch or otherwise tamper with the thing that has physical form.

    The trick intellectual property advocates like to do is to use the same word to describe the abstraction as they do to describe the concrete. Then they use a little trick called "The Fallacy of Equivocation" to say that because one has created a concrete, and THAT is property, that the abstraction is property too.

    While I support the idea of property in all entities, I reject the definition of ownership used which makes this equivocation so easily employed. Ownership is about consent, not about control.

    If someone wants to read my mind, THEN they are stealing my ideas. If I have a secret that exists in tangible form, but is not only on my property but blocked from all approaches and perception by my property, and someone trespasses just to see and/or hear it working, then they replicate it, THEN they are stealing my ideas.

    However once I make something known to someone without putting on said someone a condition of confidence, it is given to them with my consent, and I no longer have any rightful claim on the exclusivity of what I know. This means they can use this knowledge however they want, because it is now theirs as well as mine.

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  • avacadomotto

    avacadomotto

    March 11, 2015, 5:52 am

    I'm kind of surprised about the responses here saying she's a giant ho but maybe that's to be expected... And I'm probably committing karma suicide by disagreeing with them.

    4 months into the relationship you told her you weren't sure you even wanted to be in the relationship because of school. For all she knew, you were going to break up with her after she left. Maybe it was just a preemptive "he's going to break up with me anyway I need to get over him" response. Or her wanting to "win" the looming breakup. In that respect, she didn't feel like you guys were really in a couple, so her thought process was probably along the lines of "why would it be his business if I slept with someone else" etc. It sounds like she followed the rule previously because she assumed you were in a relationship. When you said you weren't sure, she was hurt/etc/whatever she said..

    Either way it sounds like you don't mind the fact that she cheated, just that she didn't tell you about (since you said you had to tell the other person) until now (did you even specify a time-limit on the telling? because technically she DID just tell you about it. It was just a few months late, and you said

    >"If you sleep or"

    implying it's ok if it happens after the deed has been already done)

    ) and really, what do you expect from a rule like that? It's hard enough to make a long distance relationship work even when people AREN'T sleeping with others.

    It doesn't sound like a lack of compassion, it just sounds like a girl who was afraid of being hurt and getting dumped so she tried to get over you or get back at you. That sounds pretty normal, or at least as normal as you can expect.

    If you decide to break up with her over the long distance, whatever. But your current questioning state sounds kind of bullshitty.

    Edited for formatting

    Edit: Just thought I'd add that I'm not saying that what she did was right, it was a shitty thing to do but it sounds like you're making too big a deal out of it. It took more courage for her to admit what she did this far into your relationship than it probably took you to express doubts about being together 8 months or so ago, because she probably cares about you more now than you cared about her then, and because she knew that she was risking losing you by telling you.

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  • mcrbids

    mcrbids

    March 10, 2015, 6:09 pm

    The *point* of SSL is to block 3rd party viewing. However, if you are forced to use a proxy, then the MITM protection only extends from your proxy outward, meaning that IT can "see" what you do.

    But here's angle: it doesn't matter if they can see what you do. Because you are at *work*, using their computers, network resources, and paid time. You are getting PAID to do something, and if you care that they might find that you are doing something else, they have reason to believe you are cheating them. They won't press charges, but then you are unemployed for cause, and that plays hell on your unemployment.

    Sure, any place that's even somewhat decent won't mind some light stuff, but do your banking, redditing, and skin surfing at home, and go to work, to... work. Who knows, if you do what you are supposed to, you might get promoted, make more money, and have better hours to boot!

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  • seenhitler

    seenhitler

    March 10, 2015, 3:15 pm

    Once while brushing my teeth the cap from the toothpaste, which was sitting on the bathroom sink counter top, shot across the room as if it had been shot from a gun. The cap was on my left, between my body and my left had which was resting on the counter top. I saw a red blur in the mirror on the wall in front of me and I heard something hit the wall about 20 feet away on my right when I looked the cap was rolling on the floor, and their was a fairly deep mark in the drywall where the cap hit.

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  • Pilebsa

    Pilebsa

    March 10, 2015, 6:59 am

    re-read what I wrote... the original purpose of the stock market was to invest in companies. Day traders don't give a fuck about the companies. All they care about are trends and fleecing other traders, both long and short, of their equity.

    Personally, I think day trading should be illegal as well. If you want to take money from other people under false pretenses, do it like everybody else: at the poker table.

    >And the only real purpose of stock markets is to raise equity capital for publicly traded companies.

    That's the incentive for the companies, and the incentive for the shareholders is to profit from that. The company makes their equity through long term commitments, not day trading. Day trading sucks the value out of stocks and companies.

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  • purduegeek

    purduegeek

    March 10, 2015, 6:55 am

    Well, I'm an Indian vegetarian who will be married to a non-vegetarian Indian girl. Oh, and it is a love match. I don't think diet is the issue as much as the Hindu/Indian culture. I am not racist, and neither am I even religious- I'm very much an agnostic- but I find it extremely difficult to imagine being with a non-Indian simply because of the cultural disconnect, and simply because it would be extremely difficult to find somebody outside my race who understands the often seemingly contradictory (and yes, sometimes hypocritical) set of values and beliefs that make up the Indian mindset. happy_man got it right about the cultural disconnect.

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  • inthesky

    inthesky

    March 10, 2015, 3:07 pm

    The problem then lies in the fact that once you have switched, you ought to switch again, and this continues infinitely.

    The description of logician Raymond Smullyan's solution on Wikipedia highlights the fact that this is truly an unresolvable paradox:

    > a) Let the amount in the envelope chosen by the player be A. By swapping, the player may gain A or lose A/2. So the potential gain is strictly greater than the potential loss.

    > b) Let the amounts in the envelopes be Y and 2Y. Now by swapping, the player may gain Y or lose Y. So the potential gain is equal to the potential loss.

    **The solution depends on whether you give a value A to *one* envelope, *already chosen by the individual*, or whether you assign values Y and 2Y to each envelope *before the initial envelope is chosen*.**

    A debate is allowed because the nature of the question allows for either interpretation; in the version posted above, *"you and I [already] have envelopes"*, so the first interpretation should be used, as **an envelope is already assigned**.

    *However*, on the wikipedia page: *"One envelope contains twice as much as the other. The player may select one envelope"* **allows for the values to be assigned before an envelope is selected**, and it is permissable to argue that there is no benefit to switch once an envelope has been selected.

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