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  • shapechanger

    shapechanger

    March 11, 2015, 9:18 am

    Why not Fallout 3? Bethesda basically sat down one day, fixed everything they did wrong with Oblivion, and then made Fallout 3.

    Oblivion can be fun, but it has a lot of flaws. The world feels very bland. It's pretty much the same forest from corner to corner, and there are only, I think, three variations of dungeon. Not only that, but the NPC's feel really lifeless and fake, and it feels like the world revolves around you. This is mostly due to the horrendously obvious level scaling, where once you get high enough level, even common bandits will have the best armor in the game, and it just feels dumb when once you hit a certain level, monsters that never existed before suddenly show up.

    The combat is fun, though, and the game is pretty, but I wouldn't say much beyond that.

    Edit; Ah, downvoted for expressing an opinion. How I love you, Reddit.

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  • dionysian

    dionysian

    March 10, 2015, 6:09 am

    Well, a 4 year old does not need to escape anything, he is a child, without any responsibilities or great difficulties in life yet, he needs to first learn to be engaged with himself, his emotions and learn to interact with people, understand reality and how to cope with daily life. And he needs to exercise his brain and social skills rather than be taught to turn it off and be passive infront of a TV and lose track of time, forget what he should be doing, forget about his other toys and games and let any concerns or questions he has slide away from his mind without doing anything about it. It's easy to crave the intense stimulation and false excitement, false feeling of productivity from TV. Perhaps an adult who is fully empowered and versed in the ways of engaging themselves and doing other things to relax can use TV in a healthy way to chill out, but so frequently we reach for the easy out, and tv is quite addictive in that regard and it becomes harder and harder to return back to more productive or proactive things that help you relax yet stay engaged with reality instead of trying to escape it. Soon enough everything compared to zoning and escaping infront of the risk-free world of TV (or video games) seems 'harrd'. I remember when I went TV-free when I was 21, it was like "omg wtf do i do with all this down time!?!" and i was antsy like i craved a drug. and it was with great difficulty that i developed hobbies, exercise habits, all kinds of other engaging and productive things that renewed me without me sitting on the couch thinking about nothing but the TV show I was watching; my brain was turned off and it felt tough to 'turn it back on' to reconnect with reality. Plus after the artifical world of TV (or video games), reality can feel very harsh, ie everything doesnt work out in a 30 mins, nothing is all prepared for you beforehand, no one saves the day, everything isn't immediate and exciting and instant gratification easy.

    In short, nothing really is wrong with relaxing for adults, TV just isnt the best thing to use and especially not at this young age. they don't NEED to escape, their stress levels are low and they should learn to stay engaged in reality, cope with reality, instead of shirking it. Watching a kid's movie together can be fun, but should be a treat or a rarity that they find fun and pleasant rather than a coping skill like, "im upset and i don't know why! i want to watch a movie and forget about how i feel!" to escape.

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  • drnmr

    drnmr

    March 10, 2015, 1:53 pm

    The cop will get off scot free. Every cop that kills maims or illegally arrests some one will almost always get off. As long as cops investigate themselves you will never get a cop to serve the time he deserves for a crime he commits.

    1. Never trust a cop

    2. Never talk to a cop

    3. Stay away from the cops as much as you can. Don't run, they love to use that as an excuse to shoot you in the back. And laugh about it later.

    Cops can dpo anything they want never forget: never ever trust a cop. They are not your friend.

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  • wootup

    wootup

    March 11, 2015, 4:21 am

    E-X-A-C-T-L-Y. Chicagoans might not realise it right now but they just dodged a financial black hole. I live in Vancouver and the past 6 years of Olympic preparation has been a neverending litany of financial waste and environmental destruction. What do we have to look forward to during the Olympics? Thousands of armed soldiers roaming our streets, a massive new public video surveillance system, and a major crackdown on the right to protest or gather in public... And we will be paying all of this off for years to come.

    Ah well, the riots should be good.

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  • raouldukeesq

    raouldukeesq

    March 11, 2015, 8:24 am

    Her saying "no" was never established in court. lets look at the facts. She was already sexually active, had a boyfriend, was already drinking and taking Quaaludes. Her sister over heard her telling the story to her boyfriend. Would it be reasonable to assume that if she was telling her boyfriend the story that she would downplay her consent? Is she telling the truth? Maybe? Maybe not? I have no idea.

    Polanski was never convicted of forcefully raping her. A plea deal was made at her request.

    The real issue here is prosecutorial and judicial misconduct. The fact that Polanski is a pig is irrelevant.

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  • intangible-tangerine

    intangible-tangerine

    March 11, 2015, 4:08 am

    Yep, some people are just not-nice, I went and upvoted lots of those with 0 karma on their requests. The way I see it everyone IS going to get on wave eventually (it's not like google doesn't want it to be mass-market) so jumping the queue now by down voting others is really petty. Especially since so many of them asked nicely and have promised to give all 8 invites to reddit.

    It's like in the sales in shops when people are so desperate to get the must-have toy for their kids that they end up trampling the shop assistant to death, or when people are so determined to have some consumer good NOW that they fall for a scam instead of saving and having patience :(

    This googlewave thing should bring out the best in people with its emphasis on collaboration and wizardry, it seems to be bringing out the jerks in some people and that's an awful shame :(

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  • bbeely

    bbeely

    March 10, 2015, 6:35 pm

    I refuse to use UPS. At our old house, for the 3 years that we lived there, not once did a UPS driver *EVER* notify us that he had left a package. No knock on the door, no doorbell, hell, not even a honk of the horn. Every time I called and complained, every time it "was the first time they had heard about this problem..." Once, I walked out of my house to find a box of Omaha Steaks that had been sent, unknown to me, as a birthday present. Package had been sitting on my porch overnight.

    Fuck UPS.

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  • Facepuncher

    Facepuncher

    March 10, 2015, 9:47 am

    by any chance can you direct me to any pages of the bill that talks about this so I can show her hard proof that what she believes is not the case?

    Also, one thing I'm concerned about is that supposedly they say after this would go into effect there would still be many millions of people left uninsured and if you do not have insurance, youre going to be fined. They say that there will be subsidies available to "hep" you get insurance, but what if youre still not able to afford it even with the subsidies?

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  • UnificationDotCom

    UnificationDotCom

    March 10, 2015, 9:01 am

    Even though it hurts, you have to accept that he's not interested. It sounds as though you may get attached rather quickly which can sometimes stem from low self-esteem. You mentioned feeling like a doormat which may be another sign of self-esteem issues.

    It sounds like you'll be better able to attract healthy relationships when you do some work on yourself. Read some books on personal growth, take some time to enjoy yourself as an individual more.

    There's no reason to want someone back who doesn't want you. That just reflects self-loathing because everyone deserves to be with someone who is equally passionate and committed to being with them.

    People often try to jump ahead of individual-emotional-work and find the perfect relationship...but it never works. We have to find ourselves first before we find a healthy partner.

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  • kmmeerts

    kmmeerts

    March 10, 2015, 1:10 pm

    Mars is not a complete vacuum. The pressure is about 100 times lower than here which is not insignificant. The atmosphere is strong enough to support clouds and planet scale sandstorms.

    But it's still not a lot. There are a lot of theories about what happened to Mars, since it seems it used to be a very "earth-like" planet, full of water with tectonic movement and weather. Explanations range from small moons impacting and blowing the atmosphere away, to the solar wind slowing peeling it away when the magnetic field disappeared.

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  • JordanF98765

    JordanF98765

    March 10, 2015, 8:18 am

    "on demand scalable infrastructure" and "real time load balancing" are also buzzwords, but the people who understand what they mean also understand cloud computing.

    The ones who don't know what makes up cloud computing would never understand it, but saying "cloud computing" now lets everyone have a conversation with the shared understanding of it being, at the very least, "that new internet thing".

    If you're boss wouldn't understand cloud computing, then yes. You're just telling him its magic. You do this because he wouldn't understand what you meant if you actually explained what made the magic work.

    The whole point of buzzwords is that people can talk about them without really understanding whats behind it. If you're a nerd, great. Now shut up and let everyone else get their job done without you preaching that they don't know everything that you do.

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  • JStarx

    JStarx

    March 11, 2015, 12:07 am

    I completely agree with your first 3 observations; but I don't agree that there's any mocking going on, nor do I think the notion of "direct evidence" has any meaning here. There's no threshold for evidence such that once passed it becomes "direct" or indisputable. There's evidence and there's better evidence, but it's always evidence in favor judged relatively to evidence not in favor.

    My perception is that a large number of physicists are working on dark matter because at the moment it's the only concrete theory which explains a large number of these phenomena, and if you don't have your own idea about whats going on you might as well help someone else work on theirs.

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  • WhoaABlueCar

    WhoaABlueCar

    March 11, 2015, 9:13 am

    The best part-time jobs that allow you to make more than your hourly wage are waitressing, valet parking, and oddly pizza delivery. I have done two of them. Experience is generally preferred for waitressing or you might be able to start off busing. Pizza delivery is a completely ridiculous job but I used to make an hourly wage and have roughly 70 or so in cash just working a few hours.

    If you have any kind of sales personality you could probably sign up for some directTV part-time sales shit where commission is pretty helpful.

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  • jmnugent

    jmnugent

    March 10, 2015, 10:01 pm

    At risk to my own karma.. I'll add a few thoughts:

    > "You know what I'm tired of? People thinking that attacking 'political correctness' is some fast track to being edgy and cool."

    I don't see anything in Rygarb's 2 sentences that might imply he/she was attempting to be "edgy or cool". Lets not be so quick to judge. (disrespectful?.. sure, maybe. But you could have called out the comment for disrespect without all the other implications)

    > "Yet every single time, without exception, it's so easy to see that the people who criticize it are just looking for excuses to be mean."

    It's easy to misjudge intent when comments are on such a sensitive and polarized issue. Again, if Rygarb or anyone else was intending to "be mean", they'd probably me much more overt about it.

    > "Like the entitled brats they are, they also want to not be called out on it."

    OK.. now I think you're going a little to far. Again, its only 2 sentences, I'm not seeing anything that implies sense of entitlement or immunity to criticism.

    There are many areas of society where labels get mis-applied, mis-used, over-used,etc. (especially when coupled with the politically correct fear of offending ANYONE) ... For example: (for me personally), I see much more mis-use of "BBW" than I do accurate use. ) The label "Plus-sized" (in the 2 or 3 definitions I've researched) uses the word "overweight" (Wikipedia cites the Oxford English Dic 2nd edition)

    Having said all the above.. I did RTFA.. (had never heard of Crystal Renn).. and I'm very impressed. To go from where she was (chasing an anorexic dream) to coming back as a successful plus-sized model.. its quite impressive. On top of that to be a role model and encouragement to girls everywhere to live in healthier bodies... thats very awesome.

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  • TheCrimsonKing

    TheCrimsonKing

    March 10, 2015, 6:37 am

    I never said anything about white Americans, and frankly I'm insulted by the implication.

    What I said was people care about those they can relate too. Rich people don't care about what happend in New Orleans because they think it won't happen to them. Like wise for overseas earthquakes and tsunamis. Terrorist attacks like 9/11 on the other hand, which killed people of literally ALL races and Nationalities (it was the *World* Trade Center, remember?) scare the shit out of people because they all think it could happen to them too. It's simple sociology, some people rise above it but most don't.

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  • DashingLeech

    DashingLeech

    March 10, 2015, 9:31 am

    I'm not particularly surprised. After all, "facts" versus "beliefs" generally just describes relative certainties. It would be strange to see something you believe to be true, but have not seen much evidence, to move to a different part of your brain when you do see evidence.

    On the other hand, I suppose it is possible to think of it as analogous to short-term vs long-term memory, that "facts" might move into another area for storage while beliefs stay tentative in some sense.

    I suppose I just argued against myself, but the facts of the study seemed to prove the belief I held, so I'll now move it into the fact area of my brain.

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  • ilcattivo

    ilcattivo

    March 10, 2015, 11:28 am

    Clearly our experiences are different, for a start I'm not Italian, I've spent a grand total of about two months in Italy, in two separate trips. Mostly in the Center and the North.

    Perhaps I should have worded "most welcomed" as "least disliked", Italians don't really welcome any immigrant.

    But as you just hinted you like Romanian girls. I saw plenty of Italian men with Romanian women in Italy and also Romanian men with Italian women. I cannot say the same thing of any other immigrant group, hence my observation that they are the most integrated and least disliked immigrants.

    For the record I'm not Romanian either.

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  • Sidzilla

    Sidzilla

    March 11, 2015, 7:56 am

    His appeal is directly a result of the supposed reasons he ran, thus they are not only relevant they are proof of my original contention that there is no excuse for him running, that he was a child rapist who knew he was busted. His contention that he was running because of anything the judge did or said was proven false because, unless he was privy to information about what was going on in the judges mind, the conversations where the judge was supposed to have said he was going to change the plea were proven to be falsehoods. That is the argument I am in... which one are you in?

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  • acerchaser

    acerchaser

    March 11, 2015, 1:42 am

    Well your understanding of simple high school chemistry doesn't line up with the research. All you are saying is that cannabinoids won't solve to tar because it is in the water. Have you taken into account that the cannabinoids would solve out in the vapor phase?

    But apparently thats not even the issue, I took the liberty of looking up the aforementioned study and this is what they had to say:

    > Researchers speculate this is because cannabinoids are exceptionally sticky and adhere to other solids. Hence, any filtration system that picks up particulates is likely also to screen out cannabinoids.

    I hope your next reply is much more thought out and less condescending.

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  • ezraekman

    ezraekman

    March 11, 2015, 6:32 am

    Get the cops to get you the footage? Not gonna happen. Whatever4ever's suggestion of submitting it to the Consumerist is probably your best bet. BofA has been very responsive to EECBs, twitter complaints and Consumerist posts.

    However, if you *really* wanted to be obnoxious, you could file suit in small claims court, then file a motion of discovery and subpoena the logs and video records yourself. Of course, the cops could still conceivably file charges against you, but they'd have to prove that you're trying to commit fraud. You know, you; the guy who *called* the police to report the problem in the first place. But folks have been charged with more ridiculous things, so bear that in mind.

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  • eonOne

    eonOne

    March 10, 2015, 4:14 pm

    I was running late to class when I ran into a group of LaRouchies. They were going on with their usual drivel and I would have ignored them and kept walking, but this particular time, one of them got right in my path and said something dumb (along the lines of "You're an American, so why are you rushin'?").

    Since I was already in a bad mood and I absolutely hate the tripe the LaRouchie's peddle, I ripped into him. I don't remember exactly what I said, but I know it's some of the worst stuff I've ever said to a stranger in real life. I got some shocked looks from passerby.

    After all of it, though, he just said he was sorry that I didn't have more time to talk to him and handed me a pamphlet. Damn those unflappable LaRouchies...

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  • badger2

    badger2

    March 11, 2015, 6:50 am

    It's not a requirement of any religion of which I'm aware, but it gets you bonus points in many.

    Bad analogy, the cliff jumper isn't a college student be preselitized by his roommate. Or at any rate I would assume not, although I'm sure that could drive some to suicide.

    It doesn't really matter how they viewed it. I mean, lets face it, they believe in a miracle working sky daddy, so it's not like they haven't shown a predilection for some sketchy thinking.

    You're ok with that, and there's nothing wrong with that. The OP has a problem with it, as would I in the same circumstance. His roommate had no call to give out his number without his consent. I make it a policy to ALWAYS ask my friends prior to giving out their numbers, and ask them to do the same. If it's an emergency I take the requester's number, call my friend and relay the number. That's common courtesy.

    You can call it anything you like really, but what it was was inconsiderate to the OP.

    As to your last sentence, you've essentially said it before in one of your other posts, and I think it was wrong then and wrong now.

    I would be just as pissed if my friend, who has a penchant for get rich quick schemes gave my number to his pyramid scheme upline hoping to get them to pressure me to join as part of his downline.

    I don't want anyone giving out my number period. If I want someone to have it I will give it to them.

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  • tommy255

    tommy255

    March 10, 2015, 6:13 pm

    You are biased, and you are dishonest with your conjectures about what I believe. You assert that I claim things I've never claimed, and you continue to put forward as fact the testimonies of Smith's enemies even when it has been pointed out to you in specific cases that they are unreliable. Mix in the liberal use of logical fallacies, and it is abundantly clear to anyone whether you are biased or not.

    I am also biased. I admit it. But I really do try to keep an open mind. It's also why I ask for corroborating evidence in the case of someone like William Law.

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  • bowling4meth

    bowling4meth

    March 10, 2015, 10:43 am

    Hi, I upvoted you. I can't believe you're being downvoted. In these days, it seems that anyone that's against the Labour agenda is automatically a fascist, so surely the irony of your comment should be recognised. For what it's worth I would be considered a libertarian by modern standards, but totally recognise the changes that the likes of Attlee and Bevan introduced. The problem for me is that what we have in power is not what Attlee and Bevan envisaged. That doesn't make them bad people. I would be the first to say that between the 50s and 90s the NHS was a great brilliant thing, but I'd also say that there are so many other countries that have since done it better (and cheaper), we'd be fools not to learn from them. I despise statist intervention but support the idea of things that improve us like free education for all that want it and free healthcare for all that need it (Bevan's quote, not mine). The problem for me is that the people in power (or those that are looking a being in power) now represent the traditional socialist, liberalist or conservative viewpoint as much as a piece of celery. The problem for me is that a piece of celery is not on the ballot. Why do we have to have these games where ironically the opposition in the UK is conniving with the president of the Czech republic to protect the sovereignty of European states? Does that not tell us that something is wrong if such a collaboration is considered anti-european? Does that not tell us that something is wrong with the system itself?

    But I digress. I am not a fascist. Simply someone who is sick of the day to day shit we have to put up with. And petrified that people will start to accept it as the norm. To quote someone else, there are 646 of them but 60 million of us.

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