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  • Thatfurryguy

    Thatfurryguy

    March 11, 2015, 12:53 am

    I think that the fed serves an important purpose. While it can cause damage in a difficult time, it often aids in the stability of the market; I'm glad that there is a Federal reserve.

    I think more important is the 90-something-percent of the money trapped in the top 1%. That is allot of money. Enough money to totally flood the government with enough to grease the wheels and get many of the projects we need done. Healthcare, education, energy, and hopefully spacetech. would be able to get get the reform they've been needing.

    But I ask you; are we not on the cusp of something new? Is it the end of 90s style capitalism?

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  • kanuk876

    kanuk876

    March 11, 2015, 2:41 am

    have you been paying attention?

    If a man fathers a child, is suspected of fathering a child, or if some lying woman fingers an innocent random man as the father of her child, the man accrues the financial liability for the child until the child is 18 or older.

    Often innocent men have to pay expensive court costs to get out of child support obligations for children they did not father. Not all are successful.

    Children and fiscal liability are *indelibly linked* for men in the west today.

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  • eyekantspel

    eyekantspel

    March 10, 2015, 7:08 pm

    Biggest mistake you can make is doing things without people. Get involved in a corp, join fleet flights as soon as you can. Fly ships that you can afford to lose, and see if the corp you are in will help you pay for a new one if you lose it while flying with them. Find out what some of the good fits for the ship are, and train for them. Even new people can be amazingly helpful in fleet flights as tacklers. You keep enemy ships from running away while your the stronger ships pound on 'em.

    I have never played a game that has given me such a rush as EVE when chasing down enemies through multiple systems, or camping people on the other side of warp gates.

    If you go to /v/ at all, look into joining their corp. Its active member count isn't exactly huge, but when I was there it stayed around 20 people at all times. The game is not taken seriously almost at all with them, and they made it extremely fun to horse around.

    Also, definitely do what brainiac said. Try it before you buy it! I'd suggest doing the 14 day to see if you like the game, and then have someone send you the 21 day trial if you plan on buying it. You do that, and the person who sent you the invite gets a month for free. When you purchase, buy it from steam to get the key (they sell it for 15 instead of 20 AKAIK), and then download the actual client from EVE's website.

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  • thefugue

    thefugue

    March 10, 2015, 8:23 pm

    >How in the world is it a bias towards the rich if I'm claiming, and I believe, that inflation harms the poor far more than it does the rich?

    Well there you'd just be wrong. The rich save far more than the poor, and its savings that inflation primarily harms. Also, the poor are more likely to have debt, which inflation gives aid to.

    >Inflation decreases the value of the dollar. The people who have access (i.e., the rich and those associated with government and government itself) to newly printed dollars first benefit from its value since inflation doesn't magically decrease the value of the dollar immediately after more is printed. It takes time. This time translates into poor people making low wages getting the complete shaft because their wages are far behind inflation's effect on their money. Thus, government and people it pays get the benefit of the newly printed money while the poor receive the loss from it.

    The US government is the biggest employer in the United States- and it doesnt' pay all that well. People do not "have access" to newly printed dollars- they are spent by the government on projects and services. All wages would be impacted equally to inflation. Private industry pays FAR more rich people than government does- and government wages for regular people are better than they are at the Wal-Mart. I think I see your problem here- you've got a distorted view of government jobs.

    >Investigate the issue yourself instead of lambasting those who are "complaining" because you assume they favor the rich.

    Yes, by way of making bizarre assumptions such as "the rich work for the government," people who represent the rich (yes, republicans and libertarians,) "go to great pains" to convince people that the Fed's actions aid the rich. Yeah, they HAVE aided the rich (in such cases as Greenspan's reign,) and they DO aid the rich. That said, the Federal Reserve system- notes, rather than the Gold Standard- is a policy that DOESN'T explicitly aid the rich. The Fed is an organization and a tool. It's not "the illuminatti" or some such shit, it takes a variety of actions for a variety of reasons (and at different times is run by different people with different motives in different situations). I disagree with plenty of the fed's policies, I've disagreed with plenty of their decisions. That said, a mad crusade to stop inflation is a hallmark of far-rightist, pro-aristocracy fiscal policy and all the evidence that the fed has taken other actions to harm the poor amount to jack shit in light of such a general agenda. The gold standard was terrible for both ordinary people and government's ability to respond to market crises- something rich people don't need the state to handle because they're fucking rich.

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  • goodness

    goodness

    March 10, 2015, 8:08 pm

    Insurance companies getting discounts is what pisses me off most about health care. Why is this not the thing that everyone is complaining about?

    If we all pay the same rate, then there is a chance I can afford basic treatment on my own. My insurance has a high deductible so I ended up paying almost everything out of pocket last year - with the insurance negotiated discounts, of course. Even with a pretty sick child going to the emergency room a couple times, I only spent a few thousand dollars. If I hadn't paid insurance premiums and got the insurance company discounts, I probably would have broke even.

    Of course, I'd still be screwed in the case where I have someone in my family with a chronic condition or long term hospital stay. But at least I could get reasonable basic care with out of pocket money.

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  • mynexgen

    mynexgen

    March 10, 2015, 8:09 am

    You're not considering the fact that your server in a restaurant doesn't have to get in his/her car drive to your house and give you your food in a timely fashion. Pizza delivery is FAR FAR FAR more involved, costly, and time consuming than being a waiter. Oh, and I assume you ordered from "The Hut", that $2.50 does NOT go to the driver, they make minimum wage and have to pay for all the upkeep on a vehicle that gets beat up by high mileage and start/stop city driving. So in short, no a buck is not fair, but it still beats nothing. I tip $4.00 or 15% whichever is higher.

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  • U____U

    U____U

    March 10, 2015, 12:57 pm

    If you look at the images there is no doubt you'll be interested. I currently don't have the images any more because I lost the disk but I added them to a thread on the /gore/ section of 420chan.org which is amazingly still alive. I started getting interested when I was an under-age and noticed the people saying "I came" to gore threads on some other site. I thought this was gay because they are mostly composed of male gore images and knew the solution to a straight gore thread. Now I'm eighteen and it is legal to look at pictures of naked women OTI. ; 3 ;

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  • xorxor

    xorxor

    March 10, 2015, 10:38 pm

    I'm not a huge fan of flying because of the TSA. So I bought a car that is fun to drive and I'd rather spend a few days driving than flying somewhere, especially when it comes to vacations. However when traveling out of the country that is not an option so I have made it my policy to ask for a pat down every single time, basically trying to slow everything down as much as possible, I think if more people realize how these machines operate they will do the same. I'd love to see 6+ hour long lines of people waiting to get a pat down at the airport.

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  • globotomy

    globotomy

    March 10, 2015, 2:09 pm

    I don't smell smoke ever and rarely hear my neighbours. The building is pretty well insulated.

    I have a 1 bedroom apartment with floor to ceiling windows in all rooms. This building used to be an office building, which explains the high ceilings.

    I am across the street from a (rather ghetto) metro station entrance which I use daily.

    There are small grocery stores 5 minutes from here, but the IGA supermarket is 10 minutes away at a brisk pace or 2 minutes on the metro. I have a couple of reusable canvas bags that they sell at the grocery stores They comfortably hold 3-4 plastic bags worth of groceries. Carrying groceries and other stuff I buy is great exercise-- it's much better for me then when I had a car and had to drive everywhere. I'm getting pretty buff from doing this, actually. I save money by not owning a car or having to pay the expenses for one. There are cheap car-sharing programs should I need to rent a vehicle.

    I would never choose to live in the suburbs. Food is more expensive at supermarkets and small grocery stores in the city. That's probably the only true downside I can think of. My building is really nice but my corner can be a little rough at night sometimes. I feel safe here, though. I go out plenty at night and I'm near tons of restaurants and bars. I live on the Plateau in Montreal.

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  • RoastBeefOnChimp

    RoastBeefOnChimp

    March 10, 2015, 2:32 pm

    >Psychologically an armed American public with a tradition of liberty and freedom (even if it's a lie we just choose to ignore the facts on) will never lay down under a dictator.

    The vast 21st-century Americans are obedient, fretful wage slaves. And those guns aren't going to do anything against a militarized police force with high-tech weaponry.

    The states with traditions of gun ownership and big talk of independence, like Texas, are the most repressive, totalitarian hellholes in the US, and those self-styled brave patriots love it that way. The only people they're going to attack are those who are trying to build something better or choose to not conform in some visible way.

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  • superjerk

    superjerk

    March 11, 2015, 8:54 am

    "Before, there were complex emotional and biological factors at work. We had long checklists and elaborate tests to be passed. We looked at hairstyles and careers and breast sizes. And sex was there, in everything, confusing everyone, like hunger. It created longing, it created ambition, competition, it drove people to leave their houses and invent automobiles, space craft, and atom bombs when they could instead just sit on the couch until they died."

    Man, this is now my favorite zombie story too.

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  • historiadracorum

    historiadracorum

    March 10, 2015, 1:10 pm

    A very simple trick which helped me get in better shape was the "don't let it enter the house" rule. When you're doing your shopping at the grocery store, don't put anything in your cart which isn't good for you. When you get in line to pay, check your cart again for anything bad you let slip through. If you find a rogue bag of chips which, ahem, fell in the cart, put them back! This way, at midnight, when your will power is at its lowest, you don't have the option of choosing something bad.

    Read the nutrition labels on everything. That's what they're there for. Just because it seems healthy does not mean it is. Low fat / light / etc is often no better than the original product. You won't believe how little "one serving" of some products is.

    No more fast food. Period. Make up a story for to tell yourself about how they've all started putting arsenic in the fries. Whatever keeps you out of the drive-thru.

    Don't work out two days in a row. It's not productive. Your muscles need time to heal.

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  • NotKumar

    NotKumar

    March 10, 2015, 8:45 pm

    I appreciate what you are doing, but putting yourself out there like this is going to garner a lot of sob stories, many of which may not be genuine. Also, you won't get the same honesty that you would get if you didn't purport to have a lot of money.

    As for me, I'm a medical student and I'm paying for all of it by myself. Unfortunately, my institution was poor due to some bad long term strategy decisions (and the economic climate) and I was admitted late so I missed out on many financial aid opportunities. I'll be under a mountain of debt when I get out, but I wouldn't accept any handouts. Something like an interest free loan would help a lot though.

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  • ftmnoob

    ftmnoob

    March 10, 2015, 4:57 pm

    Good question. I assume it's a man's world and more accepted even if it is a man transitioning to female. I have read that MTFs are a lot more common, but that's just statistics. I would bet there are a lot more FTMs out there hiding in the closet because of societal pressure. In my opinion, FTMs are more unknown because there is more pressure for females to be feminine, submissive, etc than there is for men to be masculine, dominate, etc.. A straight, headstrong woman is accepted these days...but there are many people that are still put off by that.

    As far as surgery, specifically the lower surgery, I assume it's easier to construct a vagina than it is a penis. I priced top surgery at $6,000. Lower surgery on the other hand was around $50,000 for the 'best' option and in a different country. But that is just my research over the internet.

    When my breasts stopped growing, my left was a lot larger (a cup and a half difference) and I had surgery to correct it. Exercise more strenuous than fast-paced walking was painful and caused me back pain. My insurance covered it. I haven't heard of insurance covering total top surgery, but there's at least an option for a reduction and making binding easier until your brother can afford top surgery.

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