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  • insomniac84

    insomniac84

    March 10, 2015, 11:15 pm

    He raped and drugged a child. And then he ran for 30 years. Running outside of the legal system has to be met with a serious punishment. He should get at least 10 years just for that.

    But he is the one trying to get the original sentence thrown out. If he is retried he should get 20+ years for the raping of a child. Depending on the state he could be retroactively labeled a sex offender.

    In the end he screwed himself by running. It's a different time today than it was when he was tried. We punish child rapists much more today than we used to.

    If he gets punished more, that is his own damn fault for running.

    And I do find it sickening that you don't want a child rapist to serve 20+ years in jail. He delayed everything into a time where we have harsher punishments, anything worse he gets is fair because he caused the delay in punishment.

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  • danlowe

    danlowe

    March 10, 2015, 3:52 pm

    >show me the proof that man-made global warming is happening, and not just a natural cycle.

    there's this gas called CO2, which is emitted by burning fossil fuels like in your car or at your local industrial factory. CO2 causes a greenhouse effect by keeping the heat from the sun from escaping our atmosphere thus making the temperature of our precious earth rise. this in turn causes ice in the artic and on greenland to melt which interferes with and cools the warm gulf stream thus plunging us into an ice age.

    it is currently estimated that humans produce 27 billion (with a B) tonnes of CO2 per year as oppose to volcanoes which produce 130-230 million (with an M) tonnes per year. oh and also we are cutting down trees at an alarming rate. currently the amazon is being deforestated at a rate of 22,392 km2 per year. which not only released about 20% of the CO2 emissions per year, but also cuts down on oxygen emissions.

    that is global warming. please explain where i'm wrong.

    oh and...

    >In February 2007, the IPCC released a summary of the forthcoming Fourth Assessment Report. According to this summary, the Fourth Assessment Report finds that human actions are "very likely" the cause of global warming, meaning a 90% or greater probability. Global warming in this case is indicated by an increase of 0.75 degrees in average global temperatures over the last 100 years.

    >The U.S. Global Change Research Program reported in June, 2009 that:

    Observations show that warming of the climate is unequivocal. The global warming observed over the past 50 years is due primarily to human-induced emissions of heat-trapping gases. These emissions come mainly from the burning of fossil fuels (coal, oil, and gas), with important contributions from the clearing of forests, agricultural practices, and other activities.

    that's just two. i could literally go on and on and on with actual scientific organizations that believe the exact same thing. sorry, there is a consensus. those petitions represent a fringe opinion.

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  • Blackrabite

    Blackrabite

    March 11, 2015, 3:24 am

    I pretend my pen is a space ship fighting off the mechanical pencil hordes in a way similar to Galaga. First I take it apart so that only the center inkwell is there. It fights sluggishly with poor handling and a low powered weapon. As it kills it's way through the mechanical Pencil armada it gains powerups and I add the remaining pieces of the pen back one at a time. Each piece giving it some specific ability. Finally I end with an epic battle between the fully powered pen and my paper clip puller AKA the robot space dragon.

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  • brttf3

    brttf3

    March 11, 2015, 1:15 am

    You trust the Military. I am going to trust the fact that I am an Instructor with the national outdoor leadership school, and a paramedic, and a wilderness first responder. It's basic science. Bacteria and virus' can't live above 185 degrees (and by bacteria I am talking about cryptosporidium and giardia). so by the time you hit a rolling boil regardless of altitude or time, the water is purified. I promise, if you look into it you will see that I am right. And I do encourage you to look into it. Don't take my word for it.

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  • warner62

    warner62

    March 10, 2015, 6:47 pm

    No, its called common sense, its the only form of natural selection humans have left. There is a clause, though it is no longer used, in US law that is known as something along the lines of fighting words in that if you can provoke enough anger to have someone kick you ass, they're allowed to do it. If the Klan wants to walk into the middle of a black neighbor hood and preach their hate, no one is going to care if they get their ass kicked, but if they do it from the safety of the internet, hidden behind some screen name, then no one should go looking for them under the guise of prosecuting hate speech. I know common sense was legislated out of the world several years ago, but as I said before, its the last form of natural selection we have left. Have you ever heard suggestion about warning labels?

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  • scstraus

    scstraus

    March 11, 2015, 7:14 am

    I tend to agree. To me it's the difference between Plan 9 and *nix. The difference is in the concept of network transparent objects and tasks versus ones that are fixed to a specific box.

    In real life, this means that your applications can scale up and down to using more or less hardware in real time and you only pay for what you use, as opposed to traditional hosting systems where you had to buy a certain number of boxes.

    I think it does have a meaning, but people like SFDC have ursurped that meaning and basically tried to make it mean any application on the web, which is a load of hooey.

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  • deprecated

    deprecated

    March 10, 2015, 3:12 pm

    1. Its scripted in the sense that it is provided in a text file, from which the code is interpreted (or otherwise compiled) at run time. You take an enormous performance hit by doing this. You can't send class bytecode, for instance, or construct a large class base other than what is loaded - in javascript - via an html file. As for sending an "external file", I presume you are talking about linking to it via an html tag. No difference, in fact you take another performance hit by having to download another (text based) javascript file to be interpreted.

    Refute away!

    2. I know, but just replacing Flash will not get you past where we are. You just replace one component for another. I'm all for this, but hardly a paradigm shifting advancement.

    3. It may not be entirely impossible, but its not what the web is currently designed to do. It was designed to render simple text-based information, for the most part. We've been hacking a too-simple protocol for more than a decade to do anything more interesting.

    4. Anything? Perhaps - I'll look into that. But its still limited by what you can tell it to do, and how you tell it to do it, which means html-embedded javascript.

    5. If you are going to do anything more interesting than render text and buttons, you need some level of access to the hardware. 3D WebGL, in other words. Javascript is the only means you have to do anything interesting on the client, and you can't do much.

    6. Thats my point, its a *web* language, and so we are stuck in a *web* world, which, in my opinion, is no longer that interesting. In 1995, yes it was interesting. But today?

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  • astronomicon

    astronomicon

    March 11, 2015, 1:52 am

    Yeah, I it's going to go supernova pretty soon. It's in the final red giant phase of its life.

    The problem is that astronomical timescales and human timescales don't really link up. So when astronomers measure something as happening 'soon', the chance of it happening in our lifetime is still vanishingly small.

    The chances of it going supernova in the next 20'000 years are fairly large. In the next 2000 years? Maybe. In the next 50 years? Probably not.

    I don't think it would impact us at all, other than having something cool to look at for a while. The gamma ray flux at Earth would be negligible, I think, so we should be OK.

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  • zugnokorr

    zugnokorr

    March 11, 2015, 2:36 am

    Yeah those would be western RPGs. I really like them because of how different each one is, as opposed to JRPGs which tend to be almost similar with the exception of a few game play changes. Of course their are exceptions as I do like some JRPGs.

    As for alternatives It is difficult to say, some people just like the style of JRPGs more than western ones. For me though, games like: Fallout 1 and 2, Baldurs Gate, NeverWinter Nights, The Witcher, System Shock 2, Deus Ex, KOTOR 1 & 2, Morrowind, and Mass Effect, have always been more rewarding for me.

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