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  • msa_wreck

    msa_wreck

    March 10, 2015, 1:30 pm

    Listen dude, you missed the point by about a MILE.

    The issue isn't theft... the issue is that Hulu (at least in terms of traffic) is very successful, showing that a free and ad-based model is viable, having proved itself a worthy alternative to 'torrent and forget it'.

    In fact, its now successful enough to be considered a threat by outmoded models like subscription cable.

    The OP's comment is a word of caution— people will go with the past of least resistance and comcast should figure that out as soon as possible. Otherwise you have another RIAA foot-dragging situation where the industry refuses to transform in the face of technological shifts and you get stifled choice and stilted innovation.

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  • bluequail

    bluequail

    March 11, 2015, 7:37 am

    I am really, really mixed on Mormons and their bible.

    On the bible... I used to be an avid reader, and had wanted to read it - just to know the content of it. How it differed from the traditional bible. I only got as far as the "and this is the last addition to the new testament, and any that add after this will go directly to hell" and thought "they ought to go to hell for putting their own addition to it".

    But when my Uncle Rex used to rodeo, he would be around the rocky mountain states, and he would get pretty busted up, of course he didn't have insurance, and they would take him in and house him, feed him and nurse him back to health. Just absolutely awesome, compassionate people on that level.

    And then you get the ones that go door to door... I made the mistake of being polite to, and then they started showing up every day about the time I had to go to work... or holding me up when I needed to go clean the barn. I had told those ones at the time to come back on my only day off, and if they wanted to talk, they could do it while I was cleaning the barn. But that I just didn't have an hour or two to burn doing nothing but talk - at the time I was working 18 hour days, and to lose 1/3 of the 6 hours I had to sleep, eat and get ready for work was just too much time to lose. Of course, they didn't want to come out to the barn. They even brought one of the elders to the house one time, and got there just as I was getting into the truck to go out to the plant. That time, I lost my cool, told them I was on my way to work (I had my coveralls on, and had already started the truck), and they wouldn't let me close the door to leave. So I started backing up with them still sticking their heads into my driver side, with the door of the truck kind of scooping them back out of the driveway... and I said some really ugly things.

    Then you get the comical side of them. I had a friend who had married a woman from Taiwan, and when he went to meet her parents, he said he couldn't find anyone that spoke english where they were at. He went down to a little store to get some cigarettes, and heard behind him "can I talk to you about the church of latter day saints". He nearly died laughing with that one... said half a world away, and there were the mormons.

    The way they tell people to live is probably a healthy way to live - no vices and so on. But every young man we have seen end up marrying a mormon girl ends up having to convert, and then next thing you know, there is a baby about every 10 - 11 months. I have a second cousin that worked in a t-shirt shop (minimum wage) that married a widowed mormon girl, she already had like 6 kids. He ended up picking up a total of 2 full time jobs and a part time job (all at the same time) and they had 3 more kids the last time I talked to that leg of the family. Oh, and he converted, too. I remember his parents begging him to get a vasectomy, that they would pay for it... he said he couldn't do that. Now I don't know if he couldn't do that for religious reasons, or if he couldn't do it because of his wife, or if he couldn't do it because they agreed with each other that they were going to have as many kids as they could. But to see him carrying 2.5 minimum wage jobs and keep having kids... I really felt bad for him. Oh, and the girl wouldn't work outside of the house... then again, with that many kids, there is no way they could have afforded childcare outside of the home.

    And then you get the nearly comical.

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  • Hroppa

    Hroppa

    March 10, 2015, 2:05 pm

    My biggest issue with your ideology is that your criticisms of liberalism fall flat. I'm a Brit, so probably count as far left compared to most Americans, but I see many major issues with liberalism. An assumption of a lack of objective morality is not one of them, quite the reverse; throughout history, different cultures have assumed the objective existence of a wide variety of different (and often contradictory) moral codes. Clearly, if an objective morality does exist, society has not collectively found it. Therefore, practical considerations aside, no system exists by which you can judge what counts as 'experimental' and what counts as 'normal'.

    Social welfare exists to prevent those unfortunate enough not to be able to support themselves from dying, or suffering similar fates. Restricting their lifestyles, preventing them from becoming vegetarian or whatever you deem unusual, is only going to cause more misery, not solve the problem. Certainly more should be done to reduce dependency on social welfare, and to fix its side effects. Forcing everyone to comply to your ideology is not going to help, however.

    Essentially, this is what I see as the flaw with social conservatism:

    > Cannot we agree in a common vision about the good life and shape our politics around it?

    No.

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  • phire

    phire

    March 10, 2015, 8:16 am

    My favorite programming language is c, but I keep wanting to use object orientated concepts.

    This soon leads to the worst c code ever, with template structs that start with a type field and a size field, so they can be cast to the correct type before use. and a lot of functions that start with the object name and have this as the first parameter.

    I dislike c++, java's object system is bad (among other things, you can't define static methods in an interface or abstract class?) so most of my resent programming has been done in python.

    I really should try D, but the mess with the standard libraries has been scaring me off.

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  • Andyklah

    Andyklah

    March 11, 2015, 3:32 am

    I wasn't trying to insinuate that you were unaware that the Bible is not a monolithic document (sorry), just saying that that point is lost a lot. When people say the bible is all true, they ARE treating it this way, with no acknowledgment to its historicity at all.

    Lol, the Moses thing was random, just pointing out that the bible is also not a document of morality. If you want to get on that subject, it's much much easier to argue the bible, heh. Do you acknowledge that the bible is not 100% inherently true?

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  • dandlion

    dandlion

    March 10, 2015, 7:10 pm

    Un-official official policy is that you do not place the train into emergency until after impact. While any manager would deny this, the reality of the situation is that if you place a train in emergency and somehow successfully miss someone, and there is damage to the running equipment you remain culpable for that damage. Should the situation not bear persecution at that point, the company officials will find other occasion to second-guess you operating judgment until they find something for which they can and will discipline you.

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  • Esham

    Esham

    March 10, 2015, 9:43 am

    Semi off topic but i played on this server last night and it was a bullet to the head. Just non stop idiots. And i am not talking about casual conversation, i mean 1 person that just makes mumble sounds ONLY after someone else talks. Then there was a nother person that just got the game and sounded like a 10 y/o. A couple other ppl that just spammed chat and it echoed back.

    So let me paint you a picture, you have a 10 y/o squeeling, some other dude just mumbling right after the kid says anything, and in the mix is ppl just yelling random bullshit.

    Honestly, this server needs a lot of work to even get into my server list again.

    btw, i play as insectivore if ppl were on when this joke of a server filled up. i just muted 90% of the ppl and didnt even try.

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  • f3l1x

    f3l1x

    March 11, 2015, 9:39 am

    I checked your link too... seems to be a lot about exploding apples (the fruit) and an article talking about how a bunch of idiots started some rumors without all the facts. Thanks.

    In summary, EU groups forced an independent study to determine the risks of iphones after bizarre claims from some french blogger claiming it was some huge cover-up. The rumor quickly spread around and every gullible bastard in europe was afraid to even think about buying one. (insane exaggeration)

    FTA-

    "The study suggested that the so called explosion was caused due to external factors rather than from the inside. If the Watchdog’s claims are indeed true, it is obvious that the damage inflicted on the iPhone is rather a human inflicted physical damage and not a manufacturing defect."

    This was the same issue with the sony batteries. Those had to do with getting too hot (environmental!) and getting themselves into a feedback loop of thermal craziness and swelling and bam! This was all explained to the intelligent people of the internet over at ars technica.

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  • intrigued11

    intrigued11

    March 10, 2015, 9:29 pm

    lucky you! my advice would be to read to him, and engage him in the story by stopping and asking him what the pictures are in the book. also, i think he is at the age where "shoots and ladders" would be a fun game for him (also "candyland"). my kids loved to play those games over and over again, and also loved to be read age appropriate stories. little guys also enjoy making tents in the living room out of the bed sheets, etc. that way you both can watch movies together and have meals in the tent -- loads of fun.

    i can already tell you are a great big brother. enjoy having a little guy in your life. they'll teach you more than you can imagine. have fun!

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  • mjb987

    mjb987

    March 10, 2015, 7:47 am

    If you look at it from the population level, it becomes less obvious that Americans are getting more than our "fair share". While the US gets a large number of Olympic games, we also have a larger percentage of the world's population, and thus a larger percentage of world's cities capable of hosting the games than any one smaller country. For example, since 1980, more games have occurred in Europe than the US (7 vs 4, I think). Though I could be wrong on the numbers, that corresponds roughly to the relative amount of people living in Europe vs. the US (~750M vs 300M).

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  • andbruno

    andbruno

    March 11, 2015, 8:51 am

    And it's almost always a Mac. In the guise of making it somehow more "user friendly" they put the power buttons in the most retarded of places. I still occasionally get calls asking how to turn on an iMac.

    Hiding a button around the back of the computer near the ports isn't user friendly. It's more like a big "Fuck you, we don't care if you want to press the button. Either leave the computer on 24/7/365, or reach through tangled cords and try to guess where we've placed it. FYI it's recessed into the body. Good luck, fuckers."

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  • dnew

    dnew

    March 10, 2015, 5:16 pm

    > would mean that there are no "true" statements.

    It means that true statements are not always true.

    > There is now no way to know if logic applies in the lecture room in which you are sitting.

    Sure. You try a proof. :-) You're making the assumption that a statement is either true, or false, forever. Egan's story involved discovering that some statements are not always true or always false.

    Consider it this way: What if in a sufficiently high gravitational field, the axiom of choice holds, while in a sufficiently low gravitational field, it doesn't? :-)

    It's silly. It's not real. It's fiction. But it's fun to think about.

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  • mindbleach

    mindbleach

    March 10, 2015, 6:32 pm

    Yes. Whiny as it may seem, absofuckinglutely.

    I have walked through security with baggy pants full of coins and the occasional ketchup packet. Anything that isn't ferrous will slip through metal detectors and there are plenty of places a person or group of people can hide multiple liters of whatever fluid or plastique they want. A very small group of people in first class could unfold some sort of barricade from their carry-ons and buy themselves several minutes, effectively uninterrupted, to pick or otherwise destroy the cockpit door lock. If all they wanted to do was murder everyone aboard, knives would suffice. None of this even takes into account the possibility of someone constructing and pocketing a Nylon pistol.

    Any security measure that's a pain in my ass without effectively protecting anyone is too much.

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  • sajohnson

    sajohnson

    March 10, 2015, 12:15 pm

    This is not true.

    Movie studios "stealing" scripts is pretty rare, as writers are cheap and lawsuits are expensive. It's much easier to give you a few thousand dollars for your scary-original idea than risk a huge lawsuit later. Besides, if you're that talented, why would a movie studio want to alienate you?

    A much bigger problem is that a lot of people have the same (or very similar) ideas completely independently of one another. Then a movie comes out and people are like, "I had that same idea!"

    In short: That screenplay idea you have about vampires in the Old West isn't as original as you think.

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  • shavengopher

    shavengopher

    March 10, 2015, 6:53 pm

    The main reasons I disliked UT3:

    1) I miss dodge-jumping, adrenaline combos, the lightning gun and the shieldgun.

    2) I preferred ut2k4s physics, in UT3 you feel heavy and sluggish.

    3) There is no option to disable the bloom, therefore the whole game looks way to shiny, and visability suffers.

    4) Stupidly designed maps (who's idea was it to put a spider walker on an otherwise small DM map?)

    5) Ut2k4 had lots of different character models, UT3 has gears of war clone armored guy, gears of war clone armored beast, and angry armored goths. Where's the variety?

    I tried to like UT3, but it was obvious after the first couple patches that epic wasn't going to fix it to my (perhaps overly nostalgic?) standards. At the point I basically gave it up. If I want to play a arcade style shooter, I'll be playing Warsow, TF2, quake3osp or even good old ut2k4.

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  • lebalove

    lebalove

    March 10, 2015, 9:38 am

    well, i am living in my second ever apartment right now. it's not so bad, but my first place was pretty awful.

    through last winter, my heat didn't work whatsoever.

    i live in canada. ottawa, to be exact. many nights it would be -40 degrees Celsius. sometimes colder with the windchill. my apartment was very, very small. it was only attached to my building on one side, so the other three sides were open to the elements.

    it would routinely be about 5 degrees when i woke up in the morning. also, my bed was right under the drafty window.

    no matter how many times i would tell my greek curmudgeon of a landlord, he would tell me that i must be crazy and to turn on the ceiling fan. obviously this didn't help.

    basically, it was really, really, really fuckin cold.

    i had to run electric heaters constantly just to keep it from being below zero in there.

    what a shitty deal.

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  • staleprin

    staleprin

    March 10, 2015, 4:51 pm

    Granted, I don't know too much about it but I get the idea.

    I think the way society views and treats overweight people (and people with other disabilities) is disgusting and I think it is fantastic for people to be making a stand against that way of thinking and behaving.

    I think it is a good thing to love ones body regardless of size until it is risking people's health. If being overweight is being celebrated or accepted while their health is suffering than it is a concern, IMO.

    That being said, the stigma and ill treatment that can come from being overweight can be very dangerous to ones self esteem and mental health so this movement is a positive for that aspect of ones health.

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  • corysama

    corysama

    March 10, 2015, 5:56 pm

    I'll come clean an admit that I'm also a console game developer. Feel free to disagree, but I claim that a console game is a high-performance, memory constrained, soft-realtime, interactive, embedded system.

    512 megs of RAM in the current systems seems like a lot until the artists start filling it. I have used the system described above on the 4 meg N64 and the 2 meg PS1. And, we had artists back then too! ;)

    You are working with under a meg, it is perfectly feasible to manually map out the entire memory range with a arrays of static objects tracked on a pad of paper. That's what I did when I wrote a sound driver for the PS2 IOP. It was still C++ though!

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  • AmblingAlong

    AmblingAlong

    March 10, 2015, 10:27 am

    Hi...first, I read reddit a fair bit but never post. I'm so interested in yours that I've just registered!

    Thanks for being so down-to-earth. Could you answer one question I have: Genuinely, what are the relationships like with crew, people directing you, etc? In a lot of internet porn these days, especially the more gruesome stuff, there's a voice of the guy (it always is a guy) saying, do this, do that. Often, it isn't respectful, and I don't mean I would expect someone to be effusing and saying please and thankyou - I mean that you get the impression that after the scene is done, the girl leaves and a bunch of ignorant men laugh and joke. But is that just for effect, when you've obviously met them and trust them etc?

    Also, related to a question earlier which went unanswered (I think, but probably just due to timing), is there a sense of comraderie among girls in the biz? Does anyone ever say, "X just did such-and-such, I'd never do that, it's disgusting". How does the conversation go when you're listening to the dopey premise of a scene and the person explaining it says, "ok, then she will do <insert something that would make most people recoil>"...do you say, "uh, thanks but no thanks" or is there pressure in the form of other people doing this, so it's required?

    So many more questions that I originally thought - this is intriguing though!

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  • Lut3s

    Lut3s

    March 11, 2015, 6:32 am

    Granted, this is all well and fine and would be completely possible in a perfect world, but we have to focus on a couple things here. A bank is likely to get robbed, therefore if we want to catch a robber's face, we have to make sure the camera is able to see it. This means the camera would have to be behind the teller so it could face the culprit. We also have to make sure the teller isn't doing any tricks of the hands so we have to ensure a wide field of view over the teller's immediate area. Now we have to look at the positioning of the camera in order to see the serial #'s on the bills. Wait, I see a problem there.

    **Furthermore** most cameras in any modern establishment are digital, great, but have you ever tried to zoom in on a jpg? Hopefully you can see the association I'm trying to make.

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