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  • oditogre

    oditogre

    March 10, 2015, 9:11 pm

    1991 Cadillac Sedan DeVille

    It was one of my first cars (got it while in High School around 2000 or 2001 I think). Very comfortable ride, surprisingly good gas mileage but plenty of power, FWD + heavy car / engine = did great in slick conditions (big deal in Wyoming), it had a Bose sound system that was just fantastic. I usually buy / install aftermarket sound in vehicles, but that 10 year old Bose system was well worth leaving in and using a CD player to cassette adapter. It was great. Unfortunately, something relatively trivial (can't remember exactly what) went wrong with the transmission, but the repair cost would have been too much for me, so I traded it in. :-(

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  • radix2

    radix2

    March 10, 2015, 1:55 pm

    No. I'm not trying to stop you, but all you are doing is talking about how great your idea is and how simple it will be for people to implement rather than actually doing the work that would actually show you to be right or wrong.

    You are exhibiting all the traits of an internet kook. You can see that can't you?

    1. Science is wrong

    2. I am right

    3. Censorship

    4. posting endlessly about how brilliant your idea is.

    5. Real soon now I'll show everyone! Then you'll believe me!

    6. Muhahahahaha!

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  • alpharaptor1

    alpharaptor1

    March 10, 2015, 2:54 pm

    this is bullshit, i bought the storm off ebay and planned on doing all these amazing things...

    -yahoo finance, not just that the app isn't available but the fucking webpage gave me hell, i had to type all the gobblegook in my desktop url to my phone

    -pandora, yeah they also have an app... that isn't fucking available for me, finding out about the creed/nickleback issue fucking depresses me

    -linking my email to my phone doesn't let me view anything that was sent before i linked my account

    -no single fucking program that'll work with different IM accounts that's free in the app store

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  • Heysitonme

    Heysitonme

    March 11, 2015, 7:32 am

    Some clarification for your points

    * I have tried to make sex spontaneous with her to make it more enjoyable, but seeing as how she doesn't want to do anything now that makes it sort of difficult.

    * She has said that she hates when I want sex and the "begging" makes her want to do it less. So I have stopped making advances, and let her try to make them now. but as I said, she sometimes will initiate and then midway through foreplay she will shut down and just stop kissing me. She will roll away and try to go to sleep. This whole immediate shut down is especially frustrating to me.

    * We use both condoms and birth control, but she has said that she often forgets to take her pills on time and feels scared about just using a condom. I don't blame her for being shaken, if she was pregnant I would be incredibly nervous also

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  • cycle2

    cycle2

    March 11, 2015, 8:49 am

    >I'm all for health care reform, but not the type were a group can tax another group in order to pay for services they want.

    Even if that group is the majority? Looks like you don't support democracy! TERR'IST.

    >If there was an even tax rate, say percentage wise(with an exception for the super poor), there would be far less spending and needless government expansion.

    You can't have an exception for the super poor. Why should they get a break from the rest of the other classes? By that logic, the super rich should be taxed a little extra so that the difference was made up. Also, I'm not sure you answered his question. What does government spending have to do with private health insurance companies having shitty policies?

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  • jackrednur

    jackrednur

    March 10, 2015, 2:10 pm

    Don't listen to the ridiculous claims that $4500 isn't very much to travel with. I call horse-apples. If you're willing to stay in hostels, you can easily travel through Europe for a few weeks on a euro-rail pass, meet tons of interesting people, be exposed to cultures, history, beauty, new places, and have an amazing time. Don't save the money, don't spend it on "stuff", or even invest it for the future. Invest it in yourself by treating yourself to new experiences that you'll remember for the rest of your life.

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  • lambofanatic

    lambofanatic

    March 11, 2015, 9:17 am

    Hey, that Impreza is pretty "imprezive" :-P

    But I always wonder how much reliability issues there are with such brutally turboed 4-bangers with relatively small engine sizes. I owned a 96 BMW M3 GT in the late 90's. That was a limited edition with the 3.0L I-6 (286 hp) tuned to 295 hp. I would hammer that thing for 45-50 minutes straight on the A5 Autobahn towards Frankfurt Airport in Germany (4 Lanes, no speed limit) going almost constantly 250 kph at 2:00 am. Not the slightest issues, except slightly elevated engine temperatures... I've known folks who owned Audi S4's of that era (2.7L turbo 5-cylinder, 265 hp) who would fry their engines trying to do the same....

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  • Maldoror

    Maldoror

    March 10, 2015, 11:34 pm

    After being to Rio a couple of times, I can assure you it is INCREDIBLY dangerous. The cops can't even control the criminals right now. You can't even stop at a red light after dark, 'cos you'll be pulled out of your car and robbed. Kid you not! Good luck Rio, you're going to need it. And so will the people who visit. Check out the Brazilian jails on liveleak.com if you want to freak out. Worst thing I've ever seen. They should spend the money on on helping the people get rid of crime BEFORE they try something like this.

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  • Freeky

    Freeky

    March 10, 2015, 9:18 am

    > Mass market paperbacks are uniformly sized

    No, there's quite a bit of variation there, a good +/-2cm on width and height, which is also a bit annoying, but at least on a smaller scale.

    > The reason they do things this way is to segment the market

    Perhaps they can find a less irritating way of segmenting the market, like, say, having a higher RRP on the initial print run of sensible size books; surely people pay to not wait a year, they don't pay to get twice the amount of paper? I'm certainly not paying for the latter; indeed, I'd pay to *not* get the latter.

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  • alchemeron

    alchemeron

    March 11, 2015, 5:17 am

    I'm going to agree with you, with reservations.

    The reservations are thus:

    If you define "hippie bullshit" as peace and cooperation, I consider those admirable traits no matter the label. They come from a place of rationality, and that is what I want and expect from Reddit.

    Where I define "hippie bullshit" is valuing expression of emotion over actually doing something. You can't just say "I love you" and expect everything to work itself out.

    **Love** is a lot to ask toward a group that identifies with representatives who are some of the most intolerant, fear-mongering, and hypocritical people in the nation.

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  • digindrivefast

    digindrivefast

    March 11, 2015, 2:15 am

    "Most non-profit hospitals have some form of charity that patients can apply for and receive a partial or full reduction based on their income. The process can sometimes seem burdensome, but it's worth it."

    Had a new friend end up with a massive medical bill, $17,000.00 with no Insurance and as we were leaving the Non-Profit Hospital I reminded him, in his drugged state, to request the paper work to apply for reduced payments due to his hardship...

    His bills were reduced (so he said,) to a place where he can pay off the balance.

    Guess he'll make it to Thailand after all. I've not heard from him and Oh yes, his mortgage should have been cut in half because the predator loan he had was just that. No update there but he was getting pretty cranky at that point in our encounter...damned drunk sister, Thanks !

    Yes. Your penis can be broken having sex. Yes. You can negotiate your debt (doctors & mortgage lenders...) Yes. You can have a Thai bride: Good Luck with that, Alan!

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  • miz_k

    miz_k

    March 10, 2015, 7:01 pm

    As a teller, I can tell you that:

    1. There is no possible way of keeping a record of all the 100's that are given out. That is out and out BS. If you can take BofA down with that statement, GO FOR IT!!

    2. He/She (the teller) probably took in the bill from a previous customer. I highly doubt that they (the teller) are trying to scam you. I am guessing that the bill looked like a real one and was deposited with a bunch of other bills. It would be hard work to scam people like this and the teller would get caught in no time if this were the case. In all the years that I have been a teller, I have seen about three counterfeits and live between Detroit and Chicago.

    3. The bank is not liable for the bill once you have left the premises. I hate to say it, but if someone came back after being gone for a while, I wouldn't believe them either. I once had a guy come in with a 20 that was torn in half (literally in half, non of the other side of the serial showing) and said that a teller gave it to his half blind grandma. Yeah, right. I think we know when a bill is not solid (we wouldn't have taken it in the first place). Told him to come back when there was a manager. Needless to say he didn't. Anywho, moral of the story is check your bills while at the teller window. ESPECIALLY when receiving that much cash.

    4. Fighting all of this will likely get you nowhere. I know that it hurts to hear, as you are likely out the hundred bucks, but you are up against a powerhouse that will crush you in court. Chalk it up to a lesson learned because it will cost you a lot more than $100 to get the $100 back. Also, if you got a fake bill from your local grocer you would have the same experience as you had with BofA. SOL.

    5. Join of fucking credit union. They often have (as I do) the discretion to not hold checks. I would never ever hold a student loan check as they are often guaranteed by the college. Even if they do hold things, they are more willing to work with you and at least give a good part of the money.

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  • OsoGato

    OsoGato

    March 11, 2015, 1:32 am

    > ― That the very atoms that comprise life on Earth are traceable to the cosmic crucibles that are the center of stars halfway across the galaxy, that were manufactured in those crucibles, in stars that had high enough mass that they went unstable in their later years and exploded scattering their rich guts across the galaxy. These are the elements that comprise life as we know it. So that not only are we in this universe, the universe is in us. And we're not just poetically so, we are literally stardust.

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  • cultured_banana_slug

    cultured_banana_slug

    March 10, 2015, 6:05 pm

    I wonder if it's like battered wife syndrome. They've been kicked around so long that even when their abusive husband has been locked up, or at least given a strongly-worded restraining order, they're still sitting there fiddling with their hands trying not to do anything that'll piss him off. It's a marriage, right? And marriage is about compromise... ok, so he beat them around a bit and kicked out a few of their teeth, but honestly, if a relationship is going to work, you've got to try to make it work... right?

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  • playwithmatch

    playwithmatch

    March 11, 2015, 4:33 am

    Do you get AIM tested before each shoot? I have done scenes with some high(er) profile porn actresses and worked with several respected producers and they ALL insist on an AIM test that is no older than 7 days. It costs me $70 per test (because I'm not in LA - cheaper if you are).

    Some production companies pay for it, other don't but every actress I have worked with has insisted I have one. At my own expense of the production companies.

    If you are concerned, as you should be, start insisting AIM testing.

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  • mordaunt0

    mordaunt0

    March 10, 2015, 8:22 am

    I take offense to your euro-centric view of the world. you seem to be ok with the UN giving a free pass to europe and N.America in their continuing aggression the world over, but are ready to throw every other nation under the bus when they employ the same policies. Must corruption always be a privilege of the "elite" and a vice when committed by lesser peoples around the world?

    Why do you think similarly architected organizations like NATO or the EU are superior to the UN? NATO like the UN goes wherever america says they should go and are just as ineffective when the US drags its heels. The EU too remains too weak to make any real changes. Do you just like them because the member list is more... "exclusive" ?

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  • chreekat

    chreekat

    March 10, 2015, 7:19 pm

    Hint: Physicists do not claim to "understand the long-range behavior of gravity."

    "Dark matter", like "dark energy", is a concept that arose specifically because an unexplained phenomenon was observed. The cause of the phenomenon is not known. Somebody said, "Huh, if there was some matter out there that we can't see, that might explain this phenomenon." Since there was nothing better to work with, people started fleshing out that theory: What properties would this matter have? Which theories would be broken by the existence of this matter? What contradictions would arise if this matter truly existed? How can we shift our perceptions so that it *is* visible? In sum, how can we show that it really *is* or *is not* matter that is causing this unexplained phenomenon?

    The name "dark matter" was used because it's a lot easier to say than "the possible cause of this unexplained phenomenon." It is a language symbol and a hypothetical explanation.

    And then (and this is my favorite part), the scientific concept gets filtered into "regular-person"-speak. The populace is told that scientists "believe" that this dark matter exists out in the universe, but they can't see it. Thus is opened another vector for straw-man attacks against science and intellectualism.

    The marketdroids and bullshit layperson magazines that drop their trousers and deposit "globular clusters" on all the hard work of physicists gets me all riled up.

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  • cryptorchidism

    cryptorchidism

    March 11, 2015, 6:30 am

    >What they *really* mean is that people will have to start using their brains

    I think this is the worst part for most people. Here's an example from my own life:

    Lately, I've been trying to use less gas when I drive. For example, coasting up to red lights. Sometimes people get annoyed. They pass me, just to slam on their brakes a second later. Weird.

    I used to wonder what these people were optimizing for. They're not saving time – I usually pass their stationary car just as the light turns green. They're not any safer. I'm sure their cars need more maintenance. They're certainly not saving any gas. So what's in it for them?

    I had to actually ask one (I as a passenger) to understand. They're optimizing *brainpower*. Driving involves a simple heuristic to these people: "Space ahead? Speed up. Else, brake." Ok, I admit it's a bit more complicated. Most of them add an additional rule: "Mad? Take it out on the gas pedal."

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  • umop_apisdn

    umop_apisdn

    March 10, 2015, 8:17 am

    "Cast Lead"? Why on earth are you talking about the recent Gaza offensive? This discussion is about the Deir Yassin masaccre carried out by the terrorist group Haganah Bet (Irgun) in 1948.

    It seem to me that you do protest too much, and in responding to a post on a historical massacre that said "Collective retribution against civilian population is a war crime under the Geneva Convention", then to suddenly mention Operation Cast Lead - the recent offensive against Gaza - well, it really looks like you accept that Cast Lead was simply "collective retribution against civilian population".

    I can't think of any other reason for you to associate the phrase "collective retribution against civilian population" with Cast Lead. Your hasbarah failed you here; you argued the wrong massacre.

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  • xoctor

    xoctor

    March 10, 2015, 8:26 am

    How can you eliminate the poor and still keep poverty?

    People have a much better chance of getting out of poverty if they don't have children they can't afford at a young age, and children are much better off if their parents wait until they can properly support them.

    "The poor" are not a race. They shouldn't be seen as a protected species. We should do everything we can to eliminate poverty.

    I can't understand demanding the right for people to bring children into the world that they can't properly look after. I can understand the difficulty in deciding for others whether or not they can look after their children, but you don't need to be a sociologist to see that the cycle of poverty is fed by insufficient education and support for birth control.

    I would make birth licenses contingent on completing an education course that makes people aware of exactly what they would be getting into if they were to have children, and completely educates them about family planning resources.

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  • 0xABADC0DA

    0xABADC0DA

    March 11, 2015, 2:09 am

    The question is not about knowing what the function *does*, but what it *doesn't do*. In C you can certainly tell that a function call does not ever modify the parameters. Millstone's point is that in C++ and even more so in D you cannot know this from just looking at the caller code.

    To put it in the words of Rumsfeld, in C++ and D there are unknown unknowns -- the ones we don't know we don't know. How many people in this thread didn't know you could declare references in the C++ prototype? Lots of people, and that's a huge problem. In C there are known unknowns, but no unknown unknowns.

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  • imbecile

    imbecile

    March 11, 2015, 9:35 am

    Now that is strange reasoning. Why do times and regions that have no birth control no problem with exposing their young girls to this risk, and in our time and place, with our birth control and medical care, we condemn it?

    Persecute and punish people who coerce and exploit, I'm all for that. But declaring sex with 13 year olds a crime on principle is just irrational. Just like declaring any pot/alcohol/coke possession/consumption a crime is irrational. I'm not doing any of those things (well, I drink beer), yet I still consider the law stupid. And I especially consider the obsession with it stupid.

    And there is a reason why confirmation/bat mitzwa and all kinds of similar rituals all over the world are at that age. Because that's the age children enter adulthood.

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  • outsider

    outsider

    March 10, 2015, 3:21 pm

    You're getting very far off point.

    In the total absence of law can a corporation exist?

    If yes then a legal definition is meaningless outside of very specific contexts and my original statement is certainly valid.

    If no then any definition of corporation or corporate should include dependence on legal recognition. In this case many definitions of corporation would need quick updating.

    Corporation may describe a business but may also describe a collection of people that do not operate as a business.

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  • f3l1x

    f3l1x

    March 10, 2015, 7:26 am

    Leave it to the MS fanboys to continue their FUD. Sony batteries had the issue and were recalled. Zunes have this issue too but are just not popular enough for anyone to care. (Except for the Zune HD. First truly competing product) Also, they don't "explode", they catch fire and pop... not any better I know but "explode" is such a strong and sensationalist word. This happened to my work blackberry when I left it in a hot car while charging with a shitty charger. It sucked hardcore but it was no explosion. More like fire and melting.

    I'm tired of you idiots posting these fear inducing stories. Common tactics of a MS fanboy since the 1980s. Where would you guys be without FUD? Sucking IBMs dick is where.

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  • oditogre

    oditogre

    March 10, 2015, 1:35 pm

    About half the characters in the 'Wheel of Time' series. Or maybe, not so much removed as just not written about. I stopped reading around book 6 or 7 when found myself actually skipping 50 - 100 pages at a time because *I just do not fucking care* what some of the characters are doing anymore, especially WRT the 'bad guys'. Isn't it enough to just have the bad guys do their bad guy things? Do I *really* need to be told all the little details of what goes on in the back room meetings, or about the little power struggles between the henchmen, or whatever?

    Gah, that series just pisses me off sooo bad, because I really enjoyed it at first, but it should have been wrapped up in 5 or 6 books, and then perhaps if the author wanted to expand on the world or on the motivations / activities of certain characters, that could have been done separately in other books.

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  • moyly

    moyly

    March 10, 2015, 12:27 pm

    thanks for being so earnest about these questions. I appreciate your approach to this question answer thing. well-worded and candid with a sense of humor.

    I think everyone should do what they want, more or less, but sometimes it's easy to fall into thinking stereotypical things about porn. it's nice to hear from you, sounding so sane and ... coherent about the whole scene.

    I watch porn with my boyfriend and I find myself presuming that a lot of the girls (and I mean girls) probably have no idea what they're really getting into. tends to ruin the mood. again, I appreciate your candor.

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  • lars_

    lars_

    March 11, 2015, 3:16 am

    Copyright gives this protection. I'd say patents _do not_ protect software, it just protects the biggest companies. Pick up any introductory algorithms and data structures book, and I'd bet you can get a patent on anything in there. The patent office can't tell if it's an old and obvious solution. Now this patent won't hold up in court, but that's not the point, the point is to have _many_ of these bogus patents. Then you use these, either by aggressively suing left and right, or defensively threatening counter suits when you get sued yourself. The losers in this game is the smallest players.

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  • Aramgutang

    Aramgutang

    March 10, 2015, 7:58 am

    The Mighty Mice suck, period. In the past month or so, we've gone through 5 Mighty Mice at my office where the scroller stopped working (even after cleaning). At this point pretty much everyone went out and got their own Microsoft mouse.

    One of the great things about using a Microsoft mouse on a Mac, is that if you install the MS drivers, you can enable the MS cursor acceleration algorithm that mimics the way the cursor behaves in Windows. It's quite a time-saver if you have to go back and forth between OS X and Windows a lot, since there's no more adjustment period every time you switch.

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  • milk_milk_lemonade

    milk_milk_lemonade

    March 11, 2015, 6:23 am

    * Miles Davis, Kind of Blue

    * Tool, Aenima

    * Pink Floyd, Animals

    * Rush, Hemispheres, 2112

    * The Who, Who's Next, Quadrophenia

    * Hendrix, Band of Gypsys

    * King Crimson, Discipline

    * Led Zeppelin, Physical Graffiti

    * Living Colour, Stain

    * Dream Theater, Awake

    * Frank Zappa, Sheik Yerbouti

    * Sting, Ten Summoner's Tales

    * Doors, Self-titled

    * RHCP, Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magik

    * Fleetwood Mac, Rumors

    * Soundgarden, Superunknown

    * Metallica, Master of Puppets

    * Tony Williams' Lifetime, Believe It

    * Genesis, The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway

    * Yes, 90125

    * Wilco, Yankee Hotel Foxtrot

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  • dionysian

    dionysian

    March 11, 2015, 2:39 am

    Well, I went TV free at first because I was 21 and moved to live on my own, too poor to afford TV even basic cable for $15/mo, I had a pretty bad TV habit as a kid and in my teens so it was a withdrawal for me. I later moved in with my parents for a short time again a few years later, so I could quickly finish my last few classes of college instead of slugging at it part-time, and they had satellite TV. I would honestly forget it was even available, after not having it so long and having other things to do. I only watched my Netflix movies or TV series on DVD. After a while, my financial situation improved and I moved, but I was so used to not having TV that I left it out of our utilities on purpose. Now we actually do have basic cable, and I will watch mostly PBS, while I knit or do other repetitive craft-prep work, or I watch when I am sick. But its nowhere near as crazy mesmerizing and time-sucking as it used to be and having broken the habit for a long time I can now walk away or look away even if I am intrigued by a show.

    I have a young daughter now (just turned 2) and I have seen adverse effects oh her already from a recent increase in our TV watching so husband and i made a conscious decision to cut way down on tv and movies for both her and ourselves. Just too much tune-out and not enough interaction as a family! Rather than looking forward to a special movie night we were just putting on a movie and blandly passing the time after dinner and before bed, without doing too much, cause we were stressed and tired. Our daughter was starting to be very bored playing by herself or when playing with us, would get frustrated and annoyed a lot easier, was not answering questions as well as before (being very passive and not thinking, expecting them to be answered by us after a long pause, like TV shows for kids do), and would come to me and request a movie rather than seek to amuse herself playing, would turn down games and puzzles and whine for a specific movie. And we also found ourselves finding it 'hard' to stay engaged playing with her when we were so used to lazing around watching a movie all evening... so yeah, back to teevee freedom :)

    Now I just put it on in short intervals like less than 10 mins while I shower and get dressed before we have to leave, especially if I need to be quick and can't involve her in the routine, and I need to get her dressed without much of a struggle. I know she won't get into any mischief when she is superglued to the TV, kinda a safety/peace of mind thing. I've put it on to do stuff where I need her absolutely guaranteed to be (happily) safely occupied, like if I need to go on the back deck to wash off something poopy, and she would be in the house for a couple mins alone - otherwise she'd stand at the glass door and scream murderously at me ha. Since shes no longer used to watching a whole show or whatever and she knows that switching it off means we will go play she is fine with the short intervals and the short intervals don't affect her as much, she snaps back into being interactive fast after 10 mins vs after a 2 hour movie. She's only 2 so i'm sure we'll eventually be able to move away from not being able to trust her being alone for a few mins unsupervised, or her getting upset that we're doing something she can't participate in and needing to occupy her.

    I don't have the tv-off thing, though I have heard of it. I wouldn't use it. I'm not in the biz of actually trying to restrict what other people do, just giving advice, opinion, or reiterating my experience!

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