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  • bees_GOATS

    bees_GOATS

    March 10, 2015, 6:32 pm

    Well, look. I'm a female who doesn't have "enough" sex with my boyfriend of 2.5 years, so perhaps my angle would be a little useful in this situation. I know that I have a few reasons why I don't have sex with my boyfriend as often as he'd like, and I can share that with you *now*...

    * Sex gets boring if it doesn't stay interesting. Doing the same things and acting the same way all the time... after a while, sex just seems to give me a little bit of time to reflect on how ridiculous it is to be saying the things that we are. So keep it interesting, and be a little spontaneous (even if you're still on the safer side when you're choosing *how*).

    * I love my boyfriend, but I hate when he becomes engulfed by his desire for sex. It makes me *not want to have sex*. It's like he's begging for me to complete a task. It makes me feel the way a 12-year old feels when asked to clean his/her room. In other words, just leave her alone about it for a few days, and it will probably pay off. A lot.

    * Had a pregnancy scare, hmmm? Is she on birth control, or do you two just *pretend* to use condoms *every time*? Having a pregnancy scare is a horrible, terrible revelation -yet- it still manages to come nowhere close to the reality of deciding the fate of an unborn. Abortion or a royally-screwed life path? Never worth it. If she's not on birth control, put her on it. I don't blame her for being a little shaken if she is.

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  • shinratdr

    shinratdr

    March 10, 2015, 11:42 pm

    I noticed.

    They still haven't added anything significant in forever. I also hate the UI, Firefox 3 for OS X has a better looking UI than Camino at this point. Maybe it more made sense back in the FF 1/2 days, but now its just not going anywhere.

    From the 2.0 Beta 4 Changelog:

    > Phishing and Malware Protection: Camino 2.0 Beta 4 includes phishing and malware protection based on Google Safe Browsing.

    > Full Content Zoom: The scale increment used by full content zoom has been reduced to provide smoother zooming. There is also a new Zoom Text Only item in the View menu to toggle the zoom keyboard shortcuts between full content zoom and larger or smaller text.

    > Software Update: When quitting for an automatic update, Camino will now save and restore pages that were open before quitting regardless of whether the “Load the pages that were open before quitting” preference is enabled.

    > Updated Appearance: The tab bar, Bookmark Bar, and folder icons now better match the appearance of Mac OS X 10.5 and newer.

    Looks to me like nothing but features other browsers have had for almost a year if not more. And this update came out 4 days ago. With GlimmerBlocker & ClickToFlash I much prefer Safari & its interface.

    Camino had innovative features, but so far its taken them almost a year to get 2.0 out the door, and the stable branch has been on 1.5/6 for a year & a half. In the new browser market, that is a damn long time.

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  • BanX

    BanX

    March 10, 2015, 9:06 pm

    > I. THE COURT BELOW CORRECTLY APPLIED THIS COURT’S PRIOR DECISIONS ESTABLISHING THAT ABSTRACT IDEAS ARE NOT PATENTABLE, AND ITS MACHINE-OR-TRANSFORMATION TEST IS CONSISTENT WITH THOSE DECISIONS

    > II. THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT CORRECTLY ABANDONED A MISINTERPRETATION OF STATUTORY SCOPE THAT HAS CAUSED DRAMATIC HARM TO THE INNOVATION PROCESS IN SOFTWARE

    > A. Software Innovation Long Predated Software Patents

    > B. The Proliferation of Software Patents Has Resulted in New Risks that Discourage Innovation

    > III. AN ABSTRACT IDEA DOES NOT BECOME PATENTABLE MERELY BY IMPLEMENTING IT IN COMPUTER SOFTWARE

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  • Frosty840

    Frosty840

    March 11, 2015, 8:52 am

    In the UK, personally, I'm a fan of really low-price, unlabelled supermarket cheddars. Store-brand, "value" ranges, as preference.

    Because there's presumably no quality control on these cheeses at all, their flavour and texture is fairly random, sometimes changing within a single block of cheese.

    The obvious disadvantage is that having had a good pice of cheese from this source, you'll never be able to get hold if it again, because the next block will be completely different. It's a nice, low-risk way of sampling a range of cheeses, though.

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  • NewSub

    NewSub

    March 11, 2015, 2:03 am

    I did ask him permission, and he does order that I wear it. Not to mention, the work that it took to make, and the aspect of being bound by my own creation, has a nice ring to it.

    He is not religious, actually, but very much respects my beliefs. To order that I go against my religion is something that goes against my core- he would not order so. It goes together- I am his sub, and my religion is apart of me. To go against that is to go against me, and take it a step too far.

    Pain in large amounts, no. But something like spanking is nice. And I have little issue with being called oh, a slut, as long as I'm his slut. Possession is something I enjoy- that first and foremost I am his, therefore loved.

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  • Rauctioneer

    Rauctioneer

    March 11, 2015, 2:38 am

    In fairness, I can understand this: the Israelis are so touchy that, although they have committed plenty of war crimes (both sides have, but the Israelis have generally killed way more people), Palestine's endorsing that resolution would just evoke a reaction from Israel that would be very counterproductive in the long run for Palestine. Granted, Israel can only really get away with acting like this because America backs it so staunchly in many ways.

    edit: But it would sadly be political suicide for a president not to support Israel these days.

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  • miyakohouou

    miyakohouou

    March 10, 2015, 9:34 pm

    There are a few different types of scary. Most of the haunted houses go for

    some combination of shock and gore. If you're talking kids under maybe 12 to 14

    then those are probably the way to go.

    If you're dealing with a highschool (or adults) then most effective type of

    horror is really psychological. You want to use a few cheap jump and blood

    shots at first to get the adreneline going, but after that it's all about

    playing on their minds.

    A few thoughts. First of all you need to get more people in on the action. The

    actors will be in on it. A few people should maybe be in costume, but also

    consider having one or two people meandering around the crowd waiting to go

    through. Have them talk about how a friend had to call for someone to help them

    get out because they freaked out, or how some of your set pieces are unsafe and

    they heard someone got hurt.

    You should generally set things up so that the people going in can see but not

    easily communicate with the people leaving.

    Have a rotating cast of people going in with the groups of people going through

    the haunted house. Their job is to highten the tension. Scream when something

    jumps out. Also, since they will be in on it, the costumed actors can grab

    them. You can have them disappear from the group. When they get out have them

    looking terrified infront of the people waiting to go in to further build

    suspense.

    People often focus on sight and sound when it comes to horror, but don't

    overlook touch and smell. Keep the place a little warmer than normal

    in old books or cloths, also lay out of site some trays or buckets of wet dirt.

    The combination of sweat, earth, and the musty smell of decay will add to

    atmosphere.

    You can use old sheets that are damp to make the floor feel soft and uneven in

    places, making people feel slightly off balance will greatly heighten their

    anxiety.

    Also, don't let the lines move too fast. Let people in in small groups, set

    things up so they have to move slowly, and never let two groups be close enough

    to spot or hear eachother. Keeping the groups small will lead to a sense of

    isolation, and making people stand in line for a long time will make them

    tired, which will also heighten the level of anxiety.

    Don't go too dark either. A section that is pitch black is nice to raise

    anxiety, but by itself it will only get people who are afraid of the dark. Use

    light to give peoples imaginations something to work with. You can also use

    light to misdirect. A little light comming from behind a wall in one direction

    when they need to go another is very useful. You can make this even more

    effective by forcing people to make a choice to go into the dark. Try having a

    few well lit rooms that lead in a circle, and a hidden path that is pitch dark,

    the people will try to stay in the light and will eventually have to make a

    choice to go into the pitch dark to move on.

    For special effects, a few nice things to try are: Chicken wire can make a nice

    looking ghost if people can only see it from a distance. You can do a lot with

    smoke and mirrors. If you have access to a projector, a mirror, and a smoke

    machine you can make some really interesting illusions by projecting a scene

    onto smoke and having the projector end on a mirror that will reflect it off to

    where the people can't see it, creating a sort of ghostly illusion. If you're

    making home made stage blood, try cornstarch, corn syrup, and die. Remember

    that blood should be dark, not too thick, and shouldn't be translucent. If you

    can find a butcher shop or slaughterhouse that will sell you blood you can use

    it as a reference to ensure that you have the look right.

    In fact, a butcher shop or slaughter house is a great stop for a lot of props.

    Liver, beef hearts, and intestines along with a smattering of stage blood can

    turn a crappy dummy into a terrifying scene of gore. Of course few things are

    quite as terrifying as a rotting face. See if you can find a sheeps head. Boil

    it for a few hours, then pick off about 30% of the meat (definitely make sure

    you can see) part of the jaw behind the flesh. Glue on a bit of raw liver and

    use some strategically placed stage blood. Add some random clumps of hair (ask

    around at a barber shop, or use a wig). If you can get the head with the eyes,

    remove them before boiling and place them back into the skull afterwards. Use

    in place of a dummy head.

    Remember to embrace what people are already scared of. It's hard to make people

    scared of a boogeyman they don't believe in, but easy to play off fears they

    already have. Traditional monsters aren't really scary. The mad doctors lab or

    the serial killers torture chamber will resonate much better with modern

    audiences than would frankensteins monster.

    Finally, have fun, and remember not everyone will be scared, but if you put on

    a good show even the people who aren't scared can appreciate some good effects

    and the work that went into it. Good Luck!

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  • secondaryaccount

    secondaryaccount

    March 11, 2015, 3:28 am

    1) This sounds like a lawsuit. I actually deal with real claims, not lawsuits. Lawsuits are decided by a judge or jury after you've been denied coverage, if you're suing the insurance company. If you're suing the construction company, then this is *really* outside my realm.

    2) Honestly, if you had filed a claim for missed wages, I would likely approve it initially while requesting more research to find out if you had filed a lawsuit. The company who fucked up the repairs is liable and should be held so, so I would have checked to see if you were pursuing that. If not, I probably would have only approved it initially and never extended it because you *should* have been pursuing it (depending on how the employer's contract was written). Most contracts include language that says that if you're entitled to benefits from some other source, you have to apply for them and be rejected (and prove it to us) for us to pay you. In your case, it would be a lawsuit that you should have been pursuing.

    3) If you were denied, the insurance company would have to include language in the denial letter that specifically explained why. If the language states that you should have been pursuing a lawsuit against the responsible parties, then until you do so and don't win and prove it to the disability provider, you're not gonna win a lawsuit against the disability provider.

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