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  • jamesyboy

    jamesyboy

    March 10, 2015, 11:10 am

    Your wishing they would clean, leaving hints, even directly asking is not going to work.

    Your idea of paying less rent is fair, but it might backfire. At least your boyfriend is on your side (right?) so they can't vote you out for doing that. With any luck, they'll move out in protest and you can be more picky with who comes in after.

    I have lived in a dozen different places, and I always find it's better NOT to move in with friends, or even people I know. Friends/acquaintances feel more comfortable around each other and are less likely to feel guilty about encroaching on the rights of other people in the house.

    Tell them if they don't want to clean up after themselves, then when it's their turn, they can hire a maid or you will do it and deduct the cost of maid services from your rent.

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  • shahar2k

    shahar2k

    March 11, 2015, 2:27 am

    awesome, I'm at work right now (contract work, 14 hours a day of stress for a week then a week with no work)

    I'd love to chat on more ideas, if you want, you can give her instructions like "next time I say X... you will go right back to feeling asleep like you do now instantly", connect it to a metaphore "like a wave of tiredness washing over you" or something else, and see if that works :)

    anyways check out on my blog there are highlighst from other blogs, those are the ones I would vouch for I think. (there's a "see all" option)

    once I have more time I'll take a look closer. enjoy.

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  • lynchie

    lynchie

    March 10, 2015, 3:19 pm

    There's a good reason I can think why this is and it's Killzone 2 that comes to mind. Have you felt the controls in that game? *Laggy*. *As*. *Hell*. If you enable vsync for a pc game and over extend the range of your graphics card you get, pretty much, the same thing which happens in that game. The look speed is very, very much delayed and if you were to use a mouse on that you would realize it very much so. Now, I realize that this doesn't explain *why* you can't do it in every game but it certainly could be a reason why most leave it out.

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  • Kijamon

    Kijamon

    March 10, 2015, 7:55 pm

    You are what is known as "the pushover".

    They know that you'll crack and tidy up first, they know that the nagging has no effect now, you've nagged and not followed through which has set a bad precedent. Has your boyfriend started tidying up more to set a good example?

    Threatening to put the rent up how? Is it your property? If anything, couldn't they just tell your landlord/the school or whoever owns the building that you are staying there permanently and get you kicked out?

    You have a choice to make if you decide to stay in this property, you can be hated by these guys and nag them constantly until they succumb (if they ever do) or you can lighten up and be more relaxed (but die inside).

    I would suggest moving out, if your boyfriend wants to come is another matter.

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  • vade

    vade

    March 10, 2015, 11:20 am

    No shit. Having just been to Paris over the summer and visiting the Louvre and various Palaces it makes you understand how living next door in a single room in a shitty town house on the Siene would make you break out the guillotines.

    Coming back to NYC and seeing these rich fucks with there 3 story apartments, multi million dollar mansions in the Hamptons, 5 cars and smug looks, makes me want to stab a mother fuckering CEO and put his head on a fucking stake and march down broadway to Wall street and burn it down.

    *sigh*

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  • hottoddy

    hottoddy

    March 10, 2015, 9:34 pm

    It's still a long ways off Rabindranath Tagore's prayer for the nation - unfortunately much of this is still a very valid critique:

    Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high;

    Where knowledge is free;

    Where the world has not been broken up into fragments by narrow

    domestic walls;

    Where words come out from the depth of truth;

    Where tireless striving stretches its arms towards perfection;

    Where the clear stream of reason has not lost its way into the

    dreary desert sand of dead habit;

    Where the mind is led forward by thee into ever-widening thought

    and action--

    Into that heaven of freedom, my Father, let my country awake.

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  • michealcell

    michealcell

    March 10, 2015, 9:12 am

    I personally enjoyed the movie. I was expecting it to be more of a comedy but I think it turned out well. All the characters were enjoyable and believable; I felt attached to the characters as a group at the end of the movie. The zombies were the right type of zombie, not those annoying fake zombies that your grandma can take out but strangely 99% of the population can't. Bill Murray was a great addition which I thoroughly enjoyed. They left the movie at the perfect spot for a sequel, which I hope will be coming.

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  • throwawayaccount69

    throwawayaccount69

    March 10, 2015, 1:06 pm

    I've never had to refuse a client. On three occasions I've had to protest the way other lawyers were handling the case. In one case, a senior attorney made some very bad documents disappear. I wrote a draft letter to the bar and submitted it to the lead partner. The docs appeared in my office as if by magic the next day.

    Corporations are groups of people. In my experience most people in them are not going to do something morally repugnant. However, the size of them allows for one hand not to see what the other is doing. Everyone is so focused on their division and their responsibility they occasionally lose perspective on what is happening. For the most part, companies that make things be it pharmaceuticals or soda just want to make some cash and be able to sleep well at night. I find the companies that don't make things (i.e. financial houses) tend to have the least regard for the effects of their actions.

    I would never admit it to my co-workers, but I think the corporation should be abolished and everything should be treated as a partnership with named liable partners.

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  • norecord

    norecord

    March 10, 2015, 9:23 pm

    You are welcome. I've always worked in Order of the Golden Rule (OGR) member funeral homes. They have the highest and strictest ethical standards. I'm not sure all funeral homes take their social responsibility as strictly as OGR firms, but I can tell you from experience that you'll be fired from an OGR firm if you do not go above and beyond all of the time. I knew a funeral director who was fired because he was so tired that he fell asleep for a few hours and did not make a home removal in a timely fashion and the family had to call back. Lost his job the next day. He'd been awake for 36+ hours.

    Edit: I added one example of a licensed FD who was fired from an OGR firm.

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  • z0001

    z0001

    March 11, 2015, 7:38 am

    All negative behaviour? I don't think so. Not even close. Fear can cause people to do stupid things, yes. But greed, hatred, anger, and ignorance cause 95% of the worlds problems. (I could state the problem much better if I wall-of-texted about it, but you like simplicity). You give me nearly any problem, and I can break it down into those components. Only a small fraction of the time will it involve fear at all (and most of those times people fear because of their ignorance).

    I don't think it's not really being unaware of my fears; I'm not sure I have them in the first place. Even when mountain climbing in the same conditions that killed my dad's climbing instructor a few years earlier, where my survival depended on pure luck, I didn't feel fear. Maybe I would have felt fear had I actually started to fall to my death, but we'll never know that. If it takes immediate and unavoidable death to make me feel fear, I can say it will never cause me a problem while I'm still alive.

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  • zubzub2

    zubzub2

    March 10, 2015, 11:05 pm

    Third that.

    I have a couple problems with C++, but most of it could be reduced to the simple fact that C was designed to be a thin, simple language. You get memory corruption or something, it's pretty trivial to see what's going on.

    C++ adds a lot of higher-level programming features, but doesn't add safety, which means that you still have C-style corruption problems and other low-level bugs, but now you have a big, thick layer of crud added by the language and have to be familiar with a larger set of junk in how your compiler works to track down issues.

    I don't have a problem with high-level programming languages, though I haven't really found one yet that I really like (fast, memory-efficient, statically-typed, not a lot of syntax overhead, easy-to-maintain rather than easy-to-write) -- but C++ is not going to be it. SML or ocaml maybe.

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  • Kijamon

    Kijamon

    March 11, 2015, 7:13 am

    My outdoor cat went missing for 2 whole weeks, that was horrible.

    Mum made up some posters so we went around posting them through doors, I was determined to find him so I would walk late at night, one time a guy stopped in his car and asked me what I thought I was doing.

    I was 22 at the time and at first I answered his questions but when he started saying "it's late, maybe you should go home" I started to get a bit ratty, it's not like I was peering into gardens or jumping hedges, I was just walking on the pavement calling my cats name plus I was fucking 22, I can walk all night if I want to.

    Anyway he turned up smelling of paint, he must've been locked in someones shed, consider asking neighbours to open all their sheds up for a few days incase they accidently locked him inside

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  • oditogre

    oditogre

    March 11, 2015, 6:46 am

    "No"

    I have a pretty deep voice, but sometimes (maybe 1/3 of the time if I'm not thinking about it) it comes out sounding really growly without my meaning it to. Sometimes it's a one-off thing, other times it will stay like that for about a half a day or so. \*Edit: And it's not puberty - I'm 25 years old. It's a very subtle variation in how I use my throat when I make sound but it makes a big difference in how the sound comes out - I can consciously make my voice sound one way or another, but it seems random which way it will naturally come out if I don't think about it from one moment to the next. \*shrug\*

    I was at the mall one day and some girl (maybe 19 - 22 years old) who was working one of those stands that sits in the middle of the walking area selling perfume / cologne / etc. started to say something to me. I assumed it was going to be a pitch, but it wasn't...I think she was going to ask if I wanted to go somewhere or something. I dunno. But I cut her off about 2 words in with a slightly-too-loud and very very growly, mean-sounding "No", and she just sort of quietly trailed off on whatever she had been saying.

    She looked so crushed...Her face and posture just slumped. I felt really bad about it and still feel bad thinking back on it a few years later, but I was really introverted then, so I just kept walking. I wish I would have apologized or something. :(

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  • ddrt

    ddrt

    March 11, 2015, 9:34 am

    Okay, everyone! listen up. If you leave your T.V. on a news station for too long it will burn the image into your screen if you have a Plasma T.V. however... it is said that it might repair itself. The LCD might also do this however it would take longer to happen. Also plasma T.V.s (In my experience) wear down faster than LCD however LCD's picture isn't as good as Plasma. (IMO)

    EDIT: My experience comes from working in the electronics dept of Best Buy and Target for over 2 years each and watching each T.V. degrade over the years... :/ First hand experience.

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  • _zoso_

    _zoso_

    March 10, 2015, 6:19 pm

    Thanks for the tips my friend. Now I'll have to admit, I have done it the second way. The reason is that I did not want to go making a new class instance every time I made a calculation. I've built a small gui to take user input and graph the output, so you might make like 20 calculations before closing the app. I have a class containing the mathematics, which is the one with lots of set methods used to modify the class as you say, before performing the calculation, I have a solver class which uses those equations to produce output and then I just have a gui class which uses the solver. I guess now thinking about it that I could make a new class instance of my mathematics as needed, and pass those variables in. The variables which are set are treated like a configuration in the gui, so it is clear enough that you have modified something.

    Thanks for the tips though I will try to keep that in mind for the next assignment. This one is due tomorrow so forgive me for saying I'm not gonna go making large structural changes right now.

    >Personally, I would pick a scripting language with a better C-interop and smaller footprint (Lua) but the idea is the same.

    Got any suggestions? I'm open to suggestions. Open source is preferred of course :)

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  • astronomicon

    astronomicon

    March 10, 2015, 11:18 am

    I work on extragalactic astrophysics, with a little cosmology. So some observing, and some simulations and theory.

    I do a lot of stuff relating to the re-ionisation of the universe. This is the period about a billion years after the big bang where the universe because full of radiation from the first stars, which heated up the primal gas. By understanding this process better, we can get closer to understanding both the really big stuff (the big bang), and the 'smaller' (relative term, I think :) ) stuff, like individual galaxies.

    And I'm doing my post-doc at the University of Cambridge in the UK, though I come from the US.

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  • BaroqueBastard

    BaroqueBastard

    March 11, 2015, 6:27 am

    I used to work for a decently-sized online retailer (~2k shipments/week).

    For ground, most of our shipping was via UPS because they gave us a ridiculous discount due to our volume which we passed onto customers so they'd select it (same as you, Fedex was always trying to poach us from them on that). All told, our claim rate with UPS was about 3-4%.

    On the matter of express shipping, our volume was split pretty evenly between UPS and FedEX, and I'd have to say that I think I'd recommend FedEx over UPS, simply for this - All packages shipped with FedEx Express are only with other express packages. FedEX ground uses different trucks and different hubs. With UPS, they're all running through the same system, and a mis-sort of an express package onto a ground truck that won't arrive at its destination for another 4 days was not unheard of. It was more common for our next day packages through UPS to hit a problem than for it to occur with FedEX.

    As for international... the biggest issues we had mainly had to deal with the customs offices of different countries - FedEX or UPS, it sucked regardless.

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  • the_nuclear_lobby

    the_nuclear_lobby

    March 10, 2015, 7:47 pm

    I agree with you and think that the main problem is that many vocal environmentalists don't understand the situation very well.

    They look at the damage associated with the mining/burning of coal and what's their first thought about how to stop it? Attack it at the source.

    But here's where they get confused, and end up thinking that the source of the problem is the physical source of the coal/coal-burning. They miss the obvious - _that the actual source of the problem is our demand for that coal!_

    In frequently mixing these two things up, you will consistently get naive suggestions like armed revolt against coal miners.

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  • plinky4

    plinky4

    March 10, 2015, 2:15 pm

    > Learn to play the game versus the (very sophisticated) AI before entering the competitive stuff.

    I don't think this is very good advice. The tactics that director and player use are night and day. If you constantly practice only against the director, you will get humiliated at versus. This is true for every game.

    Myself, I only got the game a few days ago for $15 also. Quick run through the campaigns on normal to become familiar with movement and weapons (last fps i played was cs v1.4), and jumped right into versus mode, played like a scrub, and learned as fast as I can. What do you have to lose by jumping in?

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  • shinratdr

    shinratdr

    March 11, 2015, 12:44 am

    > what's wrong with giving me a little traffic for sharing this video

    Because its from a public organization from a place I like & is paid for by the taxes from a country I happen to live in, and they could use the traffic more than you.

    They sunk a fair bit of money into this and are currently plugging it as an educational resource, which I support because one of the most fun field trips I had was at the NFB flipping through their video kiosks, now any elementary school kid can do that with the computers they have instead of having to shell out for supervision & transportation.

    Plus I think they made quite a good site, which surprised me and I thought should be shared.

    You also plug nothing but your own blog, which is basically spamming reddit, you aren't a credible source on whether or not you have an interesting blog.

    That seems like enough reasons.

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  • rumrokh

    rumrokh

    March 10, 2015, 8:20 am

    I tend to like black metal the most, followed by sludge, then melodic tech death. It really depends, though. I don't like black metal that is so raw it's just buzzing. I tend to prefer atmospheric and folk elements, but I like all kinds. I tend to prefer sludge with more dexterity to the riffs instead of just bands that want to re-live Sleep's Dopesmoker. And plenty of tech death is just too wanky and soulless. While I like atonal and insanely technical brutal shit, I tend to prefer good melodies and *songs* (Death, Gorod, Cephalic Carnage).

    Power metal is probably my least favorite. I like the occasional song, but Falconer is pretty much the only band I can get into consistently. The vocals of most power metal kills it for me, but just as often, it's uninspired, mid-paced, safe riffs and leads.

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  • Detuned

    Detuned

    March 11, 2015, 6:42 am

    The most devastating insults are delivered evenly. For example, if I tell someone that they are "A fucking idiot" they will likely brush it off. However, after a short conversation I add, "You really aren't very intelligent are you?" the devastation is visible.

    I once told a girl I found her vile. I have only used the v-word once, and that was enough. I could see her self-esteem crumble like an abandoned building after the demolition charges went off. When delivered evenly, no one brushes that one off. Use it with care.

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  • harlanji

    harlanji

    March 11, 2015, 7:41 am

    I can only speak to comp. science, your mileage from this post will vary for any other degree.

    I and four other very talented programmer friends (2 IRL, 2 online) are self taught and can code and theorize in circles around many CS graduates. possibly not cream of the crop CS graduates from elite schools, but we can at least keep pace with them in discussions.

    now I returned to school last year, and am in a decent, but not excellent, uni (U of MN). I am learning a TON of theory, and can theorize in circles around anyone in my classes even though the material is new to me too. but I study the material vigorously and my classmates don't. who knows how I will hold up against a grad from an elite school, time will tell.

    I think the value depends on your aptitude. if your specialty is in your blood and you work hard, you will excel in whatever context you are in. a uni degree WILL NOT hurt you, and lacking one MAY NOT hurt you. if you have a choice, you might as well get one. but if not, you will probably do okay and may do awesome.

    if I were in an elite university where I were the stupid one in the class, I would get a LOT more out of a uni degree than I am here. if you are in the position to go, whether an elite or decent uni then I'd say you will get a lot out of it, no matter what.

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  • Ardentfrost

    Ardentfrost

    March 10, 2015, 9:25 pm

    Love it... here's the 10 commandments from the article if people don't want to read the rest:

    **1.** Thou shalt only drink cappuccino, caffé latte, latte macchiato or any milky form of coffee in the morning, and never after a meal. Italians cringe at the thought of all that hot milk hitting a full stomach. An American friend of mine who has lived in Rome for many years continues, knowingly, to break this rule. But she has learnt, at least, to apologise to the barman.

    **2.** Thou shalt not muck around with coffee. Requesting a mint frappuccino in Italy is like asking for a single malt whisky and lemonade with a swizzle stick in a Glasgow pub. There are but one or two regional exceptions to this rule that have met with the blessing of the general coffee synod. In Naples, thou mayst order un caffè alla nocciola – a frothy espresso with hazelnut cream. In Milan thou can impress the locals by asking for un marocchino, a sort of upside-down cappuccino, served in a small glass which is first sprinkled with cocoa powder, then hit with a blob of frothed milk, then spiked with a shot of espresso.

    **3.** Which reminds me, thou shalt not use the word espresso. This a technical term in Italian, not an everyday one. As espresso is the default setting and single the default dose, a single espresso is simply known as un caffè.

    **4.** Thou can order un caffè doppio (a double espresso) if thou likest, but be aware that this is not an Italian habit. Italians do drink a lot of coffee, but they do so in small, steady doses.

    **5.** Thou shalt head confidently for the bar, call out thine order even if the barista has his back to you, and pay afterwards at the till.

    **6.** If it's an airport or station bar or a tourist place where the barista screams "ticket" at thee, thou shalt, if thou can bear the ignominy, pay before thou consumest.

    **7.** Thou shalt not sit down unless thou hast a very good reason. Coffee is a pleasurable drug, but a drug nevertheless, and should be downed in one, standing. Would thou sit down at a pavement table to take thy daily Viagra?

    **8.** Thou shouldst expect thy coffee to arrive at a temperature at which it can be downed immediately as per the previous commandment. If thou preferest burning thy lips and tongue or blowing the froth off thy cappuccino in a vain attempt to cool it down thou shouldst ask for un caffè bollente.

    **9.** Thou shall be allowed the following variations, and these only, from the Holy Trinity of caffè, cappuccino and caffé latte: caffè macchiato or latte macchiato – an espresso with a dash of milk or a hot milk with a dash of coffee (remember, mornings only); caffè corretto: the Italian builder's early morning pick-me-up, an espresso "corrected" with a slug of brandy or grappa; and caffè freddo or cappuccino freddo (iced espresso or cappuccino) – but beware, this usually comes pre-sugared. Thou mayst also ask for un caffè lungo or un caffè ristretto if thou desirest more or less water in thine espresso.

    **10.** Anything else you may have heard is heresy.

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  • staleprin

    staleprin

    March 11, 2015, 3:14 am

    Thanks! I agree, often people who are loosing weight have unhealthy beliefs around weight loss and their motivation is to be more attractive which I personally think can be damaging mentally and physically.

    I have found my attitude to overweight people has changed but not necessarily in the way you mentioned. Firstly, when I see someone overweight I have the assumption that they are not happy (which of course isn't necessarily true) and I get an urge to run over and tell them that they can lose they weight and hand them a big plate of motivation! Which I of course don't do. But damn I want to. There is a man who works in my building who is very obese, I imagine he is nearing 200kgs (440 pounds). I ride the lift with him and he is sweating and breathing heavy and in his hands he hold 2 pies, 2 cokes and a chocolate bar. I just want to say something but of course it's not my place.

    On first sight of someone who is obese I sometimes feel repulsed. Not because they aren't attractive or anything to do with physical appearance because of their weight. Instead it's as if it reminds me of what it was like to live in that body and I feel disgusted at the thought of that lifestyle. Because now that I no longer live that way I think it really is disgusting, what overweight people put into their bodies and how our bodies respond to the excess weight.

    I know there are a lot of factors contributing to obesity such as mental health, physical health, lack of support/knowledge. Even though my wight loss was very hard, I do accept that it was easier for me than it is for others. I was fortunate to have support, the ability to go to the gym and Taekwondo and being young and of able mind made it easier too. Not everyone has those things and so I don't expect anyone else to be able to do just because I could.

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  • brodies

    brodies

    March 10, 2015, 1:38 pm

    One huge upside of living in DC—the Metro will spank you and your mother if you even think about playing music through anything but headphones. Seriously.

    While a slightly different infraction, WMATA, responding to community pressure, finally instituted a leniency rule for kids under 12 and food/drink. You can't eat or drink on DC public transportation. Now, kids get *one* warning. Before, they'd get fined hundreds of dollars like the rest of us. I don't think they extended the leniency to music, though, so if your bratty little cousin starts trying to blast the Jonas Brothers through her cell phone, she's going to end up face-down on the floor with an officer's knee in her back.

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