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  • jbarket

    jbarket

    March 11, 2015, 6:19 am

    Everyone is like that. People who seem to have less trouble talking to strangers than you do are more adept at faking it.

    Don't over think the situation or stress out about it.

    Just be yourself and talk about something you'd like to talk about. It helps if you join into conversations that are already going on because you then have a common thread to work with. If you see something about her that you have in common, that works too.

    Strangers are just people like you, even if they're attractive and have a vagina.

    I still fumble around when it comes to small talk, but when I think about things in these terms, I can get through it. Unless she's just a bitch, she probably thinks small talk is an awkward as you do, and if you say something stupid you can just be honest, laugh about how ridiculous small talk is, and move on.

    Good luck.

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  • RexManningDay

    RexManningDay

    March 11, 2015, 2:42 am

    Again, an argument used in court against interracial marriage:-

    >“[T]he State's prohibition of interracial marriage . . . stands on the same footing as the prohibition of polygamous marriage, or incestuous marriage, or the prescription of minimum ages at which people may marry, and the prevention of the marriage of people who are mentally incompetent.”

    >(Source: Excerpted United States Supreme Court oral argument transcripts from Loving v. Virginia, from Peter Irons and Stephanie Guitton, eds., May it Please the Court (1993) at 282-283, quoting Virginia Assistant Attorney General R. D. McIlwaine, arguing for Virginia's ban on interracial marriage)

    You people love recycling your old arguments.

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  • UnificationDotCom

    UnificationDotCom

    March 10, 2015, 12:33 pm

    Maybe this isn't an issue related to med-students so much as to his particular level of comfort with intimate contact. Even busy people have time to talk on the phone more than once per week. If that feels like less contact then you want, then you need to ask for what you want without fear of rejection. I'm sensing that you're willing to compromise to be liked, but a situation has to work for you. There are plenty of people who go through med school while maintaining healthy communication with your partner. You have to realistically figure out how much communication and contact you need in a relationship and ask for that from him. If he can't provide it, don't let him being in med school be an excuse. If he can't provide what fulfills you, 4 years is too long to sacrifice your needs, so perhaps you do deserve more.

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  • StAthanasius

    StAthanasius

    March 10, 2015, 3:35 pm

    My dad was in charge of a haunted house one year at our school; the man's an evil genius.

    He cut off the front two feet of an old VW Bug, keeping the horn and the headlights with the front clip. In a particularly dark section of the hallway, he leaned the clip against the wall and stuffed a pair of mannequin legs underneath the front of it. He also wired the headlights and the horn to a car battery with a switch. When groups walked by, he'd throw the switch, and all the kids thought they were going to be hit by the car coming through the wall.

    To this day, I have yet to be more scared by anything else in a haunted house.

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  • anonymouscoward42

    anonymouscoward42

    March 11, 2015, 7:52 am

    I used to work at UPS as a package loader/unloader and I can tell you that for me, it was in my best interests (aka making my job easier) that I didn't damage boxes in loading and unloading for a few reasons:

    1) Undamaged boxes typically roll out of the trucks on the rollers muuuch easier. The worst boxes were small ones that contained nuts and bolts that weighed like 80 pounds and I swear the 5 layers of tape wrapping the box were all that held that mangled piece of shit together and they wouldn't roll for shit down the rollers to the conveyor belt, so they usually got dumped on other bigger boxes sometimes crushing the tops in a bit because you just don't have time to walk the package from the front of the trailer to the back where the rollers empty onto the conveyor belt.

    2) If our Center did a shitty job of loading semi's going to other UPS centers, more often than not we got shitty loading jobs back. Do onto others as you would have them do onto you I guess. So we always strived to pack the trucks very cleanly so that hopefully we would get the same in return, which was the case for the most part. Its soooo much easier unloading a well packed trailer than one where it looks like they just heaved all of the packages into it.

    The main place where I saw where boxes could get damaged is when you are unloading the top of the stacks in the semi's (which then get fed down the belt to the brown trucks for delivery), and you aren't so much as lifting the box down from the top of the stack, but more of a "guided fall" to the rollers in the floor of the semi-trailer (which then go to a conveyor belt), a 3-5ft drop.

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  • Kijamon

    Kijamon

    March 11, 2015, 8:50 am

    It pisses me off that we have to apologise for hundreds of years ago.

    Everyone started on an even keel, in fact since we evolved from Africa, they had a head start. It's not our fault that they chose to run around with spears stabbing each other instead of teaming up to form a civilisation. The UK is a tiny nation with a tiny population but we gave the world a good spanking.

    I'm proud of that and I'm fucking Scottish so I should hate the fact that the British steamroller kept us Scots at bay.

    I don't see the African nations apologising for boiling our priests and missionaries alive in big giant pots.

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  • adaminc

    adaminc

    March 10, 2015, 6:22 pm

    Yeah, aeroponics is just the plants hanging in the air and a glorified water sprinkler system.

    I get about 3.5-4 ounces a month, which is enough for me since I don't usually smoke to get high, just to relieve my back pain. It is enough that I could smoke about 4 grams a day if I need to.

    Also, since it is medical, I would suggest saving up to buy a small UPS to plug your water pumps into, that way if the power dies, you still have some backup. I have a 1500W UPS, cost me about $350 (eBay), if the power dies, I have about 36 hours worth of power for them. I also have my exhaust fan plugged into it, but no lighting since it uses too much power. I wouldn't say you need it right away, but it helps me keep some piece of mind.

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  • secretarybird

    secretarybird

    March 10, 2015, 8:27 am

    Two suggestions:

    One: Hang fishing line from the ceiling here and there. It will be invisible in the dim light, but when somebody walks through it, the light touch is scary as fuck. Like spiders landing on your face.

    Two: Have a couple of 'plants', kids who work in the house but pretend not to. Have them walk in the front of the group so that everybody sees them, and then let them silently disappear. If you want, later they can appear, in a corner, barely visible, covered in blood or something.

    In my experience, things that you SEE are much less scary than things you MAYBE SAW. :)

    Good luck!

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  • shrimpscumpi

    shrimpscumpi

    March 10, 2015, 1:51 pm

    I think the concern is less whether it bothers the general public, and more whether it bothers the communities of the individuals themselves, who are well versed in the histories of their conditions and how that backstory affects how they are allowed to live their lives now. In that sense, the term 'hermaphrodite' is different than the other terms you mentioned, but it is such a small subculture that the rest of society tends to not be aware enough to understand why it's an issue. I don't think that most intersexual individuals would actually become upset if you used the term, but I do know that it tends to reflect a lack of full understanding of the condition and its history.

    I'm fascinated by the development of these terms, though, probably because it's all happening right now. You seem interested in all of this, so if you want some additional reading, you might like Alice Dreger's Hermaphrodites and the Medical Invention of Sex. Pretty interesting take on the whole issue.

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  • perfectheat

    perfectheat

    March 11, 2015, 12:12 am

    Impossible to answer. But here are some games that have made my day through the years.

    Super Mario Bors. & Super Mario 3(of course), Zelda (most of them), Goldeneye (best fps on console without a doubt, the facility map rocked in CS to :), Doom, Duke Nukem 3D (playing over serial-cable, blasting MIDI files on my Roland), Civilization 2(all are good though), Quake 3, Unreal Tournament (the original, Epic has not made a good game since), Tribes 1 (to bad so few people gave it a chance), Half-Life 1 (great single player and best mod community ever), Natural Selection (best mod ever, go NS2!!!), HL2(the bits on foot), Sierra classics (Kings Quest 3 & 5, Space Quest 3-5, Police Quest 1, Larry 1, Quest for Glory 3), Lucas Art classics (Sam&Max, Day of the Tentacle, Indiana Jones and The Fate of Atlantis, Full Throttle, Monkey Island 1&2), Master of Orion, Diablo 2 (only Blizzard tittle I have enjoyed), Battelfield 1942 (I do enjoy BF2 when it works, but have played it way to little), Myst (only the original), Gunsmoke (NES), Blaster Master(NES), Syndicate, COD4 Modern Warfare (if asked again in a few years it might not be on the list, but for now it's a damn good multiplayer fps)

    It's easier to bash tittles though. Halo have the warthog and the music on it's side but the weapons, enemies and story just seem not right up there. Saddens me that one had to dumb down the genre to pave the way for other tittles on console. Gears of War is even more overrated though. Gray, 3 kinds of stupid enemies and worst story ever. And why does Epic suck so badly at doing vehicles. Heard Gears 2 is better though. Can believe that. Had high hopes for Kill Zone 2. It's a better tittle then the two franchises above but it to gets very repetitive and it to suck on the vehicle side.

    Tittles I wish I have played or played more are Fallout 3, Grim Fandango, Deus Ex.

    Sorry but I didn't take into consideration the things you mention above. It's just a list of good games. Maybe someone sees a tittle they have forgotten. Okey enough shit from me.

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  • andbruno

    andbruno

    March 10, 2015, 10:47 pm

    >but it seems like these people, who were compliant and sheepish before, are trending to be more mobilized, organized, and angrier, and "sick of it all".

    Again, you pick your words correctly, but don't realize it.

    It SEEMS like they are getting more mobilized, organized, and angrier. That's what the media wants you to see.

    When millions of people marched on Washington in protest of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the "liberal" media downplayed it as just another silly hippie gathering, or would highlight idiots like Code Pink. But when some 40,000 entitled individuals brought their fat white asses down to Washington, all of a sudden it was a big deal, and was overreported on every damn "news" station.

    Don't let it get to you. Reality will win out over sensationalism. It has to.

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  • Stormwatch36

    Stormwatch36

    March 10, 2015, 8:54 pm

    You will be perfectly fine, unless something major happens. As long as you don't need surgeries or broken bones mended, I don't see why you should have any problem. You shouldn't have to be more careful, provided you aren't the campus daredevil. Personally I've gone to college a year and a half and haven't had to put my insurance to use once. I haven't been to the doctor at all the whole time and I haven't felt like I needed to, despite getting sick a few times.

    Granted, you haven't given us any medical history here, so I'm just going by how I would feel if I lost my insurance right now since I'm also a college student and could possibly be in your situation one day. I wouldn't worry.

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  • Pandaemonium

    Pandaemonium

    March 11, 2015, 2:43 am

    Ego death isn't a death of the self - it's the death of the self's separateness from the rest of reality. So ego death doesn't involve "stopping experiencing" the ego, or becoming disconnected from your self, but rather it's more of a realization that there's no such thing as a "you" that HAS existed previously in time and WILL exist in the future. It is the ego that says that we have existed and will exist, so someone who has a "dead" ego would say that all things that are possible exist and time (and hence self-direction) is an illusion.

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  • warbiscuit

    warbiscuit

    March 10, 2015, 11:22 pm

    Hehe. I agree. From someone else's perspective, my two longs posts might even fall into that category. I just feel like our sound-byte oriented society has predisposed us to the rapid-fire exchange of opinions, leading to less and less knowledge or concern for the reasoning behind them; which then causes us to slowly lose respect for those viewpoints, because we never hear how they were formed, just the end result. So I try to post not just my opinions, but my reasoning up to them, in the hopes that it will lessen misunderstandings and help decrease polarization of the debate.

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  • vontysk

    vontysk

    March 10, 2015, 2:02 pm

    A (Swedish) friend of mine went on a highschool exchange to the States a few years ago. She got put in some hole town in the south, people seriously though that everyone in Sweden (and all of Europe) lived in caves & wore the skins of animals they had personally killed as clothes.

    They asked her how she felt to be in a land with electricity and proper houses and whatnot, and if she missed not being able to ever talk to her parents again. When she explained that she could ring and email her parents any time they wouldn't believe that you could sent emails overseas, because how would the email get from the internet to Europe? Did her parnets have to go to a US army base and pick up all the emails for them or what?

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  • sublimeone

    sublimeone

    March 11, 2015, 8:04 am

    BoA once refused to cash a printed payroll check drafted on an account from their bank and I had an account with them myself. The teller said that my drivers license and their bank issued photo check card was not sufficient to satisfy the two ID requirement of the patriot act. I told her I wanted to speak with a manager. The manager treated me like I was scum and proceeded to tell me about the Patriot act and how her bank went by the letter of the law. She talked down to me and I was pissed off. I told her to go to hell, which is where we live here in the US, and promptly walked outside and withdrew 400.00$ from my bank account, the next day I went to the other branch in my town closed the account and filed a formal complaint against the teller and the manager. Needless to say I will never deal with BoA again.

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  • Honeymaid

    Honeymaid

    March 11, 2015, 2:22 am

    Logically, I know all this, but getting my emotions to follow is so difficult.

    It's hard to have a sense of self-worth when I'm 23, cant find a job, just graduated with a BA, live at home because I don't have a job and still don't know why I was rejected on the first place.

    He's a friend with many of my friends so he's often brought up in conversations and it just knocks me down, when I don't hear about him I feel fine except when I think about not having a job, I have self-esteem it's just really fragile, I guess...

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  • Mookhaz

    Mookhaz

    March 10, 2015, 2:44 pm

    I'll take some downvotes with you on this one. Unfortunately atheists make up the lions share of Redditors. Atheism is akin to being religious. It is still putting faith in a position that can not be proved. And Yes. I'm agnostic. Nobody can prove to me that there is no flying spaghetti monster, so stop trying. Keep thinking logically. There is no proof one way or the other, and the world would be better if everyone kept that open mind. Let's see if we can break -50 downvotes from these believers :)

    edit: to the OP. No, but I do like to have civil discourse with the religious person to try and understand why they hold their beliefs. Turning your nose at someone who has a different belief than you, whether you are religious or not, is still bigotry. Do yourself a favor and try to understand without criticizing first. I'd like to believe that 'shoot first ask questions later' is a Republican policy. ;)

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  • zahlman

    zahlman

    March 10, 2015, 12:25 pm

    >It is though. Look at a W2 (your wage and tax statement) and notice how federal, social security, medicare, and state taxes are all collected and annotated differently.

    I can't look at my W2 because I don't live in the US. I could look at my T4 and see basically the same thing, though.

    That doesn't matter. Saying "we're charging you $x for X and %y for Y" is beside the point. You pay $(x+y) to the government and get X and Y back. The government does not keep all the $xs and $ys in separate piles, any more than it keeps your $(x+y) in a separate pile from anyone else's.

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  • azriel777

    azriel777

    March 10, 2015, 6:30 am

    Hulu is pretty good, but it has a lot of flaws. I don't mind watching the ads on most series on hulu, but I just torrent any movies or really popular tv shows that are just swamped with too many ads. There is a limit to how much annoyance I can take. If comcast tries to put more ads in shows and/or try to create a premium service where the best shows/movies are only availible through premium. I (and everyone else) will bail on hulu, and go back to AD-FREE torrents of the shows. Comcast is a greedy corporation, they cannot help but fuck it up and try to screw us.

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  • notjhh

    notjhh

    March 10, 2015, 4:36 pm

    I had Wells Fargo pass me a counterfeit (and a pretty poor one at that) bill once. The teller caught it while she was counting my withdrawal out to me, the manager came over, said "Wow, can't believe we took that.", and replaced it. No questions, no trouble.

    I used to have BoA a long time ago and had endless problems with them. When they got hacked in 2004 I was one of the people that lost money, and they really tried their hardest to say that it wasn't their fault, and I was shit out of luck. Took several months to get it all back, and the only reason they gave it back was because they had a massive class action suit going against them for it.

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  • selwonk

    selwonk

    March 10, 2015, 9:32 am

    actually my original comment is about how i'm skeptical of all the OMFG THIS GAME IS GONNA BE SO INCREDIBLE AND IT HAS JACK BLACK that surrounds this title. no one has anything to say about this game but blind praise. the more i see of it, the less it looks like a buy and the more it looks like a rent, if even a play at all. you're more than welcome to throw your money away though. i'm not going to stop you. and if this game turns out to be awesome, then i'll cry about it later. i'm not holding my breath though.

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  • aaronblohowiak

    aaronblohowiak

    March 10, 2015, 6:35 pm

    on the fly function/method/block definition lets you make interfaces like this (examples in ruby, for easy reading):

    File.open(fname, 'w') do |f|

    f << string

    end

    will open and close the file. the cool thing is that writing your own functions that do the same is trivial

    class A

    def self.open(*args)

    resource = self.new(*args)

    return unless block_given?

    yield resource

    resource.clean_up!

    end

    end

    of course, you might want to be nice and wrap the execution of the yield in some form of error handling to ensure that your stuff gets cleaned up in case of error, but that is left as an exercise for the reader.

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  • staleprin

    staleprin

    March 10, 2015, 8:28 am

    There are heaps of ways to gain motivation to lose the weight. Firstly, I found the most important and motivating thing is to honestly want it and to be deadly serious about it because (as you know) it is a damn hard thing to do. There will be times when you just don't want to deal with it anymore and it gets too much and in those times you need to be able to know why you are doing it and to truly want it.

    It is a great thing to have someone to support you through your weight loss. When your motivation levels drop they can pick you up until you find the motivation again. Although weight loss is only something you can make happen, having a support person there makes a huge difference. My partner was my biggest support, when I fell he would pick me up with reminders of why I'm doing it, would go for a walk with me or whatever. He was there to celebrate my goals being achieved along the way which was also a great thing.

    I found another important thing was to not punish my slip ups (eating what I'm not meant to or whatever) but instead reward my good behavior. If I were critical of myself when I slipped up then I would lose all motivation. Instead, I would accept that I could have done it differently but move forward from there. I would remind myself that I am only ever moving forward, even if I ate chocolate I was still in a better position than I was before because I have learned from it and it has motivated me to keep moving forward. My energy was used to reward myself instead of punish. My main way of rewarding myself was to shout myself to a massage every 5 kilos (11 pounds) I lost. For the majority of the weight loss, 5 kgs was lost every month or so. Now I am loosing the final weight using a point system to reward myself, I earn points for exercising and lose points for eating/drinking unhealthy things. I have given the things I want to buy myself a point value and I am saving up for them. A tattoo, in particular, is something I really want and it is therefore a huge motivator to get me to the gym. Anyway, that's what worked for me but you need to come up with your own way to celebrate and reward your awesome efforts!

    I also found it extremely helpful to not diet as such and not deprive myself of treats (which can lead to binging or burn out). Instead I would change my eating habits to healthy ones, ones that are life long changes not just to lose weight but for the good of my entire well being. Making small changes like switching to wholegrain foods, eating more fruits and veg, drinking lots of water, reducing sugar intake, eating slowly and smaller portions and all those kind of things makes a huge impact. They all add up and make the difference. Once these things become habit it is easy to maintain them and therefore keeping the weight off for life is relatively easy.

    You mention you are too lazy to exercise, I struggled with that too. I think the best way to overcome that is to find a physical activity that you enjoy, if you hate walking or going to the gym then you aren't going to be able to maintain that lifestyle. There are heaps of things you can do to exercise so you need to find what you enjoy. My most enjoyed activities are Taekwondo and Body Step (which is what I now instruct), I love them and therefore wanted to do it which made it easier. That being said, the smaller one gets the harder they need to work to lose weight and I did (and do) find myself working hard in the gym although I wasn't enjoying it, some good music goes a long way!

    Still on the exercise, when you can't be bothered working out remind yourself of that incredible adrenaline high you get on through high intensity workouts!

    Other small changes in my lifestyle made a difference to the weight loss; not eating 3 hours before sleep, taking the stars instead of the lift, walking instead of the car/bus... I think the important thing is not to have an all or nothing attitude because all the seemingly little things do add up and become big things which big impacts.

    Hope this helps, I'm sure there are other tips to be given but this is what I can give for now =)

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