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  • onmach

    onmach

    March 10, 2015, 11:40 am

    You are at the best possible age, working at the best possible place. You would be stupid not to take advantage of it while you can. It will only be a matter of time before you end up in an office cubicle farm with no barbells for miles.

    Just workout before or after work. Do 20 minutes of HIIT (run all out 30 seconds, walk 1 minte) three times a week. Do some lifting using starting strength or stronglifts.com three times a week.

    Few months from now you'll be a new person. If that is too much to start off, do the weight training and work yourself up into doing more cardio later on.

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  • T5k-dot-com

    T5k-dot-com

    March 10, 2015, 9:29 pm

    6) "stop describing yourself" in response to my repeated expositions on how you ignore my points while claiming that is what i'm doing, is - gee, exactly what I said. Keep ignoring accurate criticism and projecting that strategy on to your critic. it does wonders for your defense...

    7) Paying attention fail: if you can't even keep track of your own spurious bullshit accusations then you have no business asking me to do that leg work for you. If you could remember what you accused me of not citing, then you wouldn't need to request I "link again" to the source. Fact remains that you made a false accusation and were corrected. now you don't even remember either the accusing or the correction, but think its good strategy to blanketly call it bullshit. Awesome defense. "I dont remember what I said or what you said in response, so I'll just call it bullshit and hope that you go back in the thread and educate me on recent history for the third time". love it.

    8) You are lying when you say Stewart was not taking things out of context

    9) Your hope that repeating an irrelevant quote about anecdotes vs data for at least the 3rd time is sad.

    10) Another paying attention fail (unless you're just lying again and deliberately creating a strawman). First you set up a false premise with no source, no facts, no statistics (that Jon Stewart's comedy show on Comedy Central regularly produces journalistically sound reporting and commentary, putting the truth before humor), then when it is pointed out to you that Jon Stewart himself disagrees with your laughable baseless claim you laughably ask for proof that a comedian on a comedy show on a comedy channel who cautions his viewers not to take him or his show seriously is not in fact a valid source of in-context accuracy. In response, it is pointed out to you that you yourself cited an instance (Crossfire) where Stewart made fun of you for taking him so seriously. You said that is not a source because only urls are sources. You were wrong. You were corrected on what a source is. You ignored the correction and tried to get me to respond to url's with no context. I said no: stop ignoring my replies and i'll move on to your new points. You refused. You fail.

    11) "Honestly" I didn't ask what you think or how long "anyone reading this thread" might be interested in your ignorance or my corrections, mostly because it's all irrelevant garbage serving only to make you feel better. So quit playing dumb about that motive, since you projected it on to me claiming that I keep correcting your nonsense in detail so I can sleep "at night" (not for use in daylight I guess) so there goes your bullshit "Even if I were lying, there isn't anyone here for me to fool" rebuttal since - oops - you already set the stage for the "i'm trying to fool myself" meme.

    12) Another paying attention fail.

    Then why haven't you attempted to attack the validity of the scholarly sources that I cited, instead dancing around the point and arguing that they're not sources (seriously, what the fuck?)?

    That was answered in the last response (seriously, what the fuck?). Try to keep track of what it is you're responding to and stop ignoring my replies. hypocrite. I told you exactly when and how i would reply to your non-source no-context url's. if you are so sure of their validity then why don't you want me to respond to them tough guy?

    13) You linked to a study that analyzed the number of claims and presentation vs the truth on the Daily Show and it proved that you were right and Jon Stewart and I are wrong about the nature of the program? Where? I must have missed it since it was probably in the prementioned list of your half assed attempt to ignore your repeated failures and quickly move on to something new you think might get traction on.

    14) I will not apologize for having a life outside of reddit, but I *will* laugh at your lack of one. Unfortunately for you though, your studies prove 100% of nothing. What is wrong with you that you keep pasting things claiming they are something else? brainwash I suppose.

    -Study 1 has nothing to do with your claim, liar. Far from proving that the Daily Show regularly presents clips from other networks in context and provides accurate journalism and commentary - such content is not even hinted at in this study. you're fucking insane.

    - Study 2 says that the show "falls well short" of providing the "full news of the day" but that at least it contains jokes about politics and foreign policy for 47% of its content. HINT, dumbass: a comedy show that bases less than 50% of its material on news related items is the type of show *I* have been describing. not you. if you want to suddenly switch sides so you can not look so stupid, then fine, but have the balls to admit it instead of doing so by pasting me a study that contradicts your retarded claim.

    - Study 3 is 5 years old and thus not related to a debate about current content of the show, however, unfortunately for you it STILL doesn't support your claim despite its lack of revealing the methods used to reach any conclusions.

    You'll see I can actually show you what I'm talking about because it really exists, whereas it's clear that you're making up shit because you don't have anything to back it up.

    15) "Come up with your own jokes"? Explain exactly what the funny part is in "hope it gained you some sleep at night. [smileyface]". is the smilyface the punchline? are you 12? pretty pathetic attempt at humor.

    Stop projecting your own faults onto me and you won't need to hear your self commentary bounced back to you. troll.

    If you think you're going to tire me out, it's not gonna happen.

    You're 0 for 15, champ. Lets see how many of the 15 you will completely ignore and how many you will defend.

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  • ins4n1ty

    ins4n1ty

    March 11, 2015, 12:59 am

    I heard a story on Taxi Cab Confessions that was pretty creepy. It was a firemen who had been working in New York for a while. So the cab driver asks him "What's the freakiest shit you've seen?" The fireman pauses for a while, then finally explains how, on the subway, a lot of people have slipped and fallen between the subway train and the platform. This tiny space combined with the moving train will actually pin them between the two and simultaneously twist their lower half 360 degrees over and over until the train stops. Once stopped, they are now pinned, and usually conscious, with a subway train and a platform literally holding them together. So what a fireman has to do is explain to them that when the train movies, all their lower half along with their organs will fall out of them and they will die. Sometimes they'll bring a pastor or their family over to talk to them before they move the train. That show was fucked.

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  • Sysiphuslove

    Sysiphuslove

    March 10, 2015, 6:36 pm

    I'm being an internet nitpick, but brains are actually pretty puddly when they're fresh. Preserved brains have some structural integrity to them but fresh, live brains are mostly fat and various fluids, like Jello.

    I still agree that anyone with a destroyed skull, even assuming the helmet somehow held it all together and wasn't itself destroyed, is going to be very unlikely to be conscious or even physically able to reach up and remove the helmet at all. No way a ruined brainpan is supporting the structural integrity of the limbic system or whatever, the lower brain and spinal nerves.

    I'm going to go barf all over the place now

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  • paloduro

    paloduro

    March 10, 2015, 8:50 am

    As someone who holds views both conservative and liberal (because reality is far more encompassing than both combined, if one can say they can be combined), according to the issue at hand, whoever created our subject graphic here is simply unable to think outside their own drastic bias. This person is in denial of the fact that waaay too many conservative republicans argue like little baby children. He/she conveniently ignores the current trend, especially among neocons, of ignoring the facts, and arguing from appeals to emotion presented as "the facts". Neither side is served by stripping the opposition of any and all of their legitimate good qualities. Liberals too often have their own way of cheap argument, too. The person who made the graphic has no idea what it is, though, obviously, and apparently thinks compassion for the poor is some kind of weakness.

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  • chromewalnut

    chromewalnut

    March 10, 2015, 12:25 pm

    Microeconomics101: A subsidy does not put money into the pockets of suppliers; it benefits whichever group has the least elastic price/quantity curve. And since the demand for health insurance is about as inelastic as it gets, the citizens are the ones being helped out the most. (In theory of course)

    Before reddit grabs its torches and pitchforks, I suggest getting a better handle on what it is your fighting. As wonderfully dramatic as it sounds, the government isn't just an evil, corporate run machine bent on oppressing the citizenry. It may sometimes be absurdly large and ineffective in its bureaucracies, but in the end politicians ARE trying to help America. (They just all think that they know best and get caught in an ends-justify-the-means power struggle)

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  • besttrousers

    besttrousers

    March 10, 2015, 11:47 am

    I know its getting repetitious, but employment is a lagging indicator. If you want to refute the 'green shoots' concept, go after it where it lives.

    Saying that:

    > Jobs lost in the past 22 months total 8,039,000, while the non-institutionalized civilian adult population (i.e. those not in prison, or a mental hospital, etc.) has risen by 3,166,000. This brings the ACTUAL jobs lost number to 11,205,000.

    Seems less accurate to me. . I understand the point being made - job losses should be thought of in context with population growth, but the "ACTUAL job lost number" is still 8,039,000.

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  • busterjohnt

    busterjohnt

    March 10, 2015, 9:38 am

    Great work Johnny! The hounds already seem very angry by their posts. But, I wonder just how pi$$ed they get when they read your weekly Fox Haters Week in Review? To see all their "hard work" destroyed in just a few paragraphs.

    badbilly | 10.04.09 - 10:10 pm

    Those Dollarites are real dandies aren't they. Anybody with half a brain can see what Dollar does. He nitpiks a couple sentences or quotes and twist them. He never takes on the subject of the whole article because he knows NewsHounds are telling the truth about Fox, and he wouldn't be able to defend Fox like he's suppose to do. Then his sheep just lap it up and kiss his ass and bow down to their Lord and Master Dollar.

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  • WayOfTheIronPaw

    WayOfTheIronPaw

    March 11, 2015, 9:58 am

    It's my understanding that the wart is more infectious than the rest of the skin. Get it removed. It can be frozen off, burned off or electrocuted off.

    You're getting stressed out and overthinking it. The majority of the population will get it, as you say, therefore it is nothing. Many people get it and are *asymptomatic* - they don't know they even have it, yet they still pass it on, or not, as karma would have it.

    I applaud your ethical stance. Get the wart removed, then tell her, matter-of-factly, that you have had the disease and recommend that she get a Guardasil shot.

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  • evolving_I

    evolving_I

    March 11, 2015, 6:26 am

    I've got two for this thread. might run a little long...

    1) About 8 years ago my best friend and I had entered an empty house in my rather expansive suburban neighborhood in Baton Rouge, to smoke a joint. We walked through the house checking it out first (i had been in it a few times before) and I showed him what i was pretty sure were burn marks on the walls and ceiling in the living room. Anyways, we move off to this front room adjacent to the foyer and sit down with our backs to the wall and light up. We toke for a few minutes and then fall silent. I look up into the foyer and see what can only be described as a grey-transparent outline of a tall man, walking from further inside the house into the foyer where he turned into the room we were in and entered a few steps and stopped, seemingly looking right at us. I froze and just sat there for a second staring. I turned to my friend to see if he had seen it and he was looking at me with a look of sheer panic on his face. We both looked back and it was gone. We left immediately and didn't talk about it until we were blocks away, but we both saw the same thing.

    2)A few years after the previous incident, I was living with my girlfriend and a kitten. One night I had this really vivid dream that I was in a cave and this cheshire-cat-like being appeared to me. It was floating and kind of phasing in and out of view, but it started speaking to me. Its mouth never moved, I just heard what I knew to be its voice. Most of what it said is lost to me now, but what I do remember is it producing an old, rune-covered book that sort of floated along next to it, and the cat-thing says "it's available to all, you just have to ask" and I reach out to touch the book and it shocks me, HARD. So hard that I wake up, but upon waking I couldn't move and my back was arched up off the bed and I still felt like I was being shocked. After a few seconds the sensation passed, but my g/f was wide awake and tells me that I woke her up and when she touched me she got what she described as a static-shock. Our kitten had been sleeping on the foot of the bed as it usually did but after waking up we couldn't find it anywhere for 2 whole days, and when we DID find it, it was so freaked out it wouldn't come anywhere near me.

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  • JaySherman

    JaySherman

    March 11, 2015, 5:19 am

    >That game was given horrible ratings for the "tacked on" breast-health gimmick.

    I think the ratings came from it being an incomplete, buggy and awful game.

    But it is still influential, it introduced physics to FPS, and the concept of a game with no HUD for the sake of immersion is pretty relevant today (See, Metroid), it also tried to give the enemy A.I. (the dinosaurs) a life of their own (hunger, emotions, fear, etc) that would change the way they would approach to you, we only started seeing this concept fully exploited on Oblivion (although your opinions on how successful it was may vary).

    It had many novel and interesting ideas, but they failed implementing them (mainly due to time constraints).

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  • Delta009

    Delta009

    March 11, 2015, 7:29 am

    This happened to my brother one or two years ago.

    We had discovered a hidden entrance that led into the maintenance tunnels of a bridge.

    Inside, it was pitch-black: even with two 14 LED flashlights, we couldn't see more than 1 meter in front of us.

    Later, my brother decided to return with a few friends, without me. He had brought his MP3 player to record the expedition.

    My brother came back to the house white as a sheet. I listened to the recording.

    At first, we hear my brother and his friends joking. Then, we hear them enter the bridge. They are deep inside the bridge when my brother decides to shout, as a joke, "Is there anyone here?".

    On the recording, we hear two cars passing above, on the bridge. Then, suddenly, we hear footsteps. Someone is running. And the footsteps are getting louder and louder, meaning *someone is inside the bridge and running towards my brother and his friends*. My brother screams "Oh shit! Get the fuck out!".

    Judging by the footsteps, that guy was probably less than 2 meters away when they finally reached the exit (remember it was so dark inside that they couldn't see the guy even with a flashlight).

    P.S.: To make it even more creepy, not even maintenance workers knew about this entrance. They thought it was blocked. So that person clearly had no business here. And, inside of the bridge, the walls are covered with creepy graffitis depicting hate crimes, swastikas and rape.

    *EDIT:* I'm an urban explorer, and I have a couple of scary stories (e.g. me being trapped in a giant abandoned factory in the middle of the night, with my flashlight about to die, and I'm sure someone else is there). Brrr... :-S

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  • gustoreddit51

    gustoreddit51

    March 10, 2015, 7:33 pm

    Old PC's can't usually boot from USB. I just install Puppy on whatever hard drive is available. It's takes up very little space so any size drive is more than enough.

    I was just commenting that I love Puppy Linux. Not many seem to be aware of its strengths as a small distro.

    You can also use a CD-RW to boot from and write changes to back to it but I've never done it that way. I always have an old drive laying around somewhere - I'm the computer guy for all my friends & extended family.

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  • BestServedCold

    BestServedCold

    March 11, 2015, 5:05 am

    They asked 5,000 women a question. 42% of them were rapists. It doesn't matter who asked the question. Unless you can attack the poll in a much better manner, it is well beyond your casual dismissal.

    >Reddit is a circlejerk of "oh woe is me, the all-powerful white male".

    ... you were saying something about ad hominems...

    >Thirdly, men have always had a place in the discussion of womens contraception, whether it was welcomed or not.

    I don't even know what this means but I'm fairly sure it's false.

    >Anytime, you'd like to discuss gender issues, /MensRights is this way. But I warn you. You might actually have to do more than thirty seconds research on the subject and from superior sources to Dr Phil.

    >A real rationalist would welcome the opportunity. A coward would just go on lying to themselves.

    So, what's it gonna be?

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  • LeonGrey

    LeonGrey

    March 11, 2015, 9:22 am

    For about 4 or 5 years now, I've been seeing foxes. I see them at night, and they are always right in front of my path. My friends reported never seeing so many foxes until they are around me.

    One day, I was on my bike going down a road, and I saw an animal up ahead, I thought it was a cat or something that strayed out of a neighborhood. As I got closer, I saw the big tail, the distinct markings. I got right up to it, and it stepped aside a bit, but didn't run away. It was much bigger than a cat. A fox just stood there on the side of the road and stared at me. I stopped and watched it back. I'm pretty sure foxes don't like to be that close to humans, or inside of cities at all. But it was there, looking at me. I called up a friend to tell them what was going on as I watched the fox slowly step away, giving me a stare the whole time, and eventually run off under a fence and disappear into a park.

    I saw them all over the place, everywhere in my town, always stepping out onto the road or path in front of me, looking right at me, and then disappearing. One theory of mine is that it was actually a multi-dimensional entity in the shape of a fox, that knew where I was going to be before I got there. I said "it's following me, but it's always ahead one step."

    Lately, I haven't been seeing the fox any more. I don't know what happened or changed, but I haven't seen it in a few months. Maybe it'll come back. The whole thing is very creepy to me. I keep looking behind me expecting the huge, yellow stare.

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  • MGDIBTYGD

    MGDIBTYGD

    March 10, 2015, 4:14 pm

    I hate this kind of thing. They can't prove their claims in the scientific community, so they seek to validate the claims in the court of public opinion. We can test for the presence of HIV, we can image it under electron microscopes, we can make video of it invading a cell, but these people will continue to fight it. For these types, the only solution is to inform the populace as much as possible, to inoculate the people against such stupidity. It disgusts me to see these people put their desire to be "right" before the welfare of others.

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  • listentothis30

    listentothis30

    March 10, 2015, 9:18 am

    In 2004, I lived in Tempe, Arizona and I received a call at 1am in the morning. It was an "operator" alerting me that an emergency caller had been trying to reach me all day and that I was now being transferred to the emergency caller. I was transferred to a girl named Kate, who informed me that "Arizona Biological Services" needs to speak to me, but the main offices are closed at that hour, and that she'd transfer me to a Tuscon office and they'll be able to take care of my call. SO, I'm transferred, the person who answered the phone in Tuscon, another girl, named Stephanie, lets me know that a girl I had dated 5 years ago in high school had a child, named me as the father, and that the kid was ready to be adopted and they needed my signature/dna sample(!?) in order to get the child adopted. I asked for the name of the girl, and they eerily named a girl I had dated exactly 5 years from that current date , Katrina(real name). Stephanie knew where I had moved from, what I looked like(she told me my kid looked like me when I denied the kid was mine), and the "mother's" name.

    The conversation with Stephanie stopped when she put me on hold and I eventually hung up.

    I only dated two girls in high school. Never had sex with Katrina. The next day I call Katrina who had no clue what I was talking about, no surprise, and then called Arizona Child Services, who told me 17 other men from the area had called with the same exact story, and the people on the other line all knew the names of girl's they previously had dated, their physical stats, where they had moved from.....

    The number to the fake biological center, that Stephanie they gave me, in case we were disconnected, *was a dallas radio station. A Top 40 station with no djs doing pranks or anything, just music....I called someone there who confirmed no pranks were being done.

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  • d00ley

    d00ley

    March 11, 2015, 8:47 am

    Aside from roads and most pension obligations, the rest of the services you mentioned are paid directly from Federal tax revenue. Upon secession, this revenue stream toward the Federal government would stop. At that point, that capital becomes a surplus which, depending on the course of action, would be received by the State, counties, cities and towns and/or left with the people. For some states, they would have more than enough to continue these services, for other they would need to tighten their belts. Each state's situation would obviously have an impact on its decision of secession.

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  • pavi

    pavi

    March 10, 2015, 7:50 am

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  • go_away

    go_away

    March 10, 2015, 8:55 pm

    Like a .22 or a .223? Smaller calibers in relation to what? The point of self defense is to *kill* your attacker, or else you open yourself up to lawsuits which can ruin your life because some scumbag decided to try to rob you in your own home. Besides, you can't hold that taser on for very long. It has a battery. And mace eventually runs out. The threat is not over just because he can't see.

    Let's say that an all-inclusive ban on handguns went into effect. What if someone broke into my house with an *illegal* firearm? What would I do?

    And thanks in advance for not downvoting me for my opinion. You'd be surprised how many times I get downvoted for my opinion on guns.

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  • yimpydimpy

    yimpydimpy

    March 11, 2015, 9:51 am

    What else in my post requires evidence? I asked for a statistic I'm unaware of and made an educated guess on its results. You're citing 15year old data as relevant...?

    Here I guess I can do that too.........

    For over twenty years it has been illegal for teens to buy guns and,

    despite such gun control, the African-American teenage male homicide rate

    in Washington, DC is 227 per 100,000 - 20 times the US average![Fingerhut LA, Ingram DD, Feldman JJ. "Firearm Homicide Among Black

    Teenage Males in Metropolitan Counties: Comparison of Death Rates in Two

    Periods, 1983 through 1985 and 1987 through 1989." JAMA. 1992;

    267:3054-8.] The US

    group for whom legal gun ownership has the highest prevalence,

    middle-aged white men, has a homicide rate of less than 7 per 100,000 -

    about half of the US average.[Hammett M, Powell KE, O¼Carroll PW, Clanton ST. "Homicide Surveillance

    - United States, 1987 through 1989." MMWR. 41/SS-3. May 29,1992.

    ]

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  • nzeeshan

    nzeeshan

    March 10, 2015, 10:13 pm

    Oh ok .. well sorry to hear that your father has Alzheimers .. but as a son you should become a helping hand, not just to your father but to your mother. That's what a man will do ... swallow all the differences, all the problems and **BE THERE** for them.

    I am sure he has built small things in the past, perhaps you should take them to him, sit down next to him and talk about the past .. stories. Ask him shit like did he have a pet when he was young and what was your grand like. It is OK if the conversation is one sided ... many people would think that, that's stupid .. but no man it is not. It's a very courageous thing to do .. knowing that the conversation is one sided, but continuing that conversation just because he's your father and he needs to talk to someone, and you are his son and you are there for him.

    Seems like you are already doing these things ... hence you're already a man ... your question to reddit should be, perhaps .. "How do I become Alpha male?" ... now that's a totally different thing.

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  • rek

    rek

    March 11, 2015, 2:00 am

    I certainly wouldn't want to give up control of my own car, because I actually know how to drive and I think it's fun. However, given the driving ability of the average person on the road I am MORE than willing to give up my fun if it means *they* wont be in control anymore.

    Every time I get in my car I'm amazed at how terrible people are at driving.

    What should probably happen is designate most areas, like freeways, as "autopilot only." Then have two levels of licensing: an ordinary license will approve you for operating a car under autopilot, but if you want to actually have control over a vehicle (in approved areas) you have to have another license which should be *at least* 10 times harder to get than the current license. It should also be revoked immediately when you cause an accident or otherwise prove you are incapable of the responsibility.

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  • NotKumar

    NotKumar

    March 10, 2015, 10:25 am

    Your parents are paying for your college, right? If that is so, my best advice would be to tell them to stop paying for it so you are more on your own. You begin to see things differently once that happens.

    My best advice would be, like any mundane parent, is to have a goal. Perhaps you want to make a lot of money, perhaps you would like to solve a global problem, perhaps you want to tinker with computers for a living. Whatever you chose, having a goal in mind helps keep you in focus. I used to only want to loaf around all day and play video games, but since I've cut myself off from the parental umbilicus, I see things differently.

    Best of luck.

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  • dlynch

    dlynch

    March 10, 2015, 7:31 am

    A few questions from an aspiring screenwriter...

    1.) I've read a lot about how Readers look through a script and make a note of how much 'white' there is on the page and how much description there is to how much dialog. Is this true? Is there any particular ratio you guys prefer to see?

    2.) Despite the restrictions of the screenplay format I've noticed a lot of different ways to approach treating description. Personally I tend to write as an Editor, trying to convey a sense of timing. Do you have a personal preference to a particular style? Are there any trends that you notice come across your desk more often then others?

    3.)You may or may not be a great person to ask about this but what's your feeling on living in LA? Is it essential for writer trying to break in?

    4.)Do you notice scripts getting rejected on superficial reasons at all?

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  • MikeLinPA

    MikeLinPA

    March 10, 2015, 9:23 am

    You are right. I am already carpooling. If it got bad enough, I would find a way, but right now I do not have a practical alternative.

    If this country were serious about saving energy, there would be bicycle lanes on every street in the land. I used to bike a lot, but it isn't any fun getting run off the road by cars and trucks. Needless to say, I am older and in lousy shape, so getting to my destination sweaty and wheezing isn't a very good alternative, even if I don't get run off the road.

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  • hseldon10

    hseldon10

    March 11, 2015, 12:35 am

    Y yo te recomiendo que cuestiones un poquito tus clases. El efecto de los bancos "multiplicando" el "circulante" lo unico que produce es una multiplicación del dinero; de un papel, de un número que solo adquiere significado en el mercado y a través de él.

    Detrás del mercado está la producción real, y esta depende de los factores de la producción (de todos, y no solo del "circulante"). Los factores de producción, como seguramente sabes, son trabajo, recursos naturales ("tierra"), inversión ("capital"), e innovación. Le podemos tirar capital al problema, "multiplicando el circulante", todo lo que quieras, 700 mil millones de dólares si quieres, o más. Al final, si no movemos los otros 3 factores terminamos solo con burbujas y no con crecimiento real.

    Creo que lo que ocurrió en Estados Unidos de 2003 a 2007 debería de habernos enseñado eso en abundancia. Lamentablemente, aún hay gente que piensa que crear dinero artificial (deuda) para tirarlo a un mercado basura puede producir algo más que inflación y/o devaluación del dinero.

    La teoría dice que si usamos el dinero para invertirlo en producción, creceremos la economía. Sin embargo, como dejé claro en mi post anterior, no tengo confianza en que las inversiones de la CFE (o de ninguna parte del aparato gubernamental, salvo tal vez el fondo "pyme"), sean productivas en ninguna forma. Eso signfica que solo estamos creando una burbuja. En efecto, no estamos "disminuyendo" el efecto de la crisis, solo aplazandolo.

    Es por eso que te recomiendo una clase de sentido común. Yo ya tome no una, ni dos, sino tres clases en matemáticas financieras. Estoy seguro que Lorenzo Zambrano y su equipo de financieros tomaron muchas más clases no solo de matemeticas, sino de proyecciones, análisis, riesgo, y demás. De mucho les sirvió, ¿no crees?

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  • peterb518

    peterb518

    March 10, 2015, 4:56 pm

    I wouldn't say its the 'smoking' that's made you more organized and productive. Obviously it's going to help with stress if that was a huge factor in your life before, but I wouldn't say that the act of smoking has somehow turned your brain into an awesome academic machine.

    But I think, and this might only be how I view it as a fellow smoker in academia, is part of myself wanting to prove that "hey, I can smoke and be a productive member of society/academia too!" I don't know if that's your motivation, whether you want to recognize it or not, but I'd put some thought into it. I think it's the combination of the negative stigma around marijuana and the fact that it's a relatively low-harm drug.

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  • Capolan

    Capolan

    March 11, 2015, 1:02 am

    I've got a few ideas that I've wanted to work on for some time now.

    I'm a project manager and an exceptional analyst by trade (mba and all that bullshit...) - and I need some software people, a designer or 2, and a flash expert.

    We'd have to find an angel investor though to get it started.

    Here's my idea. a "anti social" networking site. It would be a reaction to people that feel social networking sites are out of hand, but the site itself would still be a social network...full of people that don't like social networks."

    name: Get out of my face...book.

    It would basicallly capitalize on people getting to be cruel to each other, cancelling each other, "de"friending, etc.

    I know it would work - but, i don't have the start up crew or $$$

    ANOTHER ONE:

    a good online social network site that is a "bar" (yes, i know about fubar - fubar sucks, its too busy and the design looks like a crayon box puked). Lots of flash stuff involved specific to games and trivia. What would be very cool is if you had to somehow "prove" you were actually drinking while on the site...(i thought about somehow integrating a device like a breathalizer that can transmit data via USB...) people getting plowed together (make it webcam friendly) and have like video airhockey and darts and such (with the webcam active the entire time - so you are seeing who you are playing against...) have it tied into paypal so people could "bet" or actually "buy each other a drink" (it could come in the mail later or something...)

    I dunno - just some ideas. I would need a crew to pull these off, but if we could, with good marketing we could take a nice chunk of the social networking marketplace. probably make several million dollars or so....

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