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  • Nausved

    Nausved

    March 10, 2015, 9:32 am

    Don't mess up something that's good! Plans change. Things come up last minute. You're not the only person in her life, and you should not expect to take precedence. For all you know, perhaps her friend had some sort of crisis or emergency that she needed to be there for.

    If you act too clingy or temperamental (your reaction would certainly raise *my* flags), you're only going to alienate her. If this becomes standard behavior for her, then you should definitely give up on her—but right now, you've only got this *one* single instance to go on. Don't jump to conclusions; refrain from mind games and just ask her what's up.

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  • aliciamae

    aliciamae

    March 10, 2015, 12:13 pm

    I think a line of reasoning is such: if a female can control what males impregnate her she can choose a better mate (better being more genetically fit). Her offspring will then be more likely to reproduce and survive. This may be the evolutionary mechanism resulting in this change in the reproduction tracts.

    The problem is that it may hinder reproduction over the long term, and not be evolutionarily advantageous for survival.

    Evolution doesn't have a goal, not even of survival over the long-term. It is an extremely short sighted process based on current conditions.

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  • IConrad

    IConrad

    March 11, 2015, 3:47 am

    Actually: if the film industry simply worked product placements *into* their films in a tactful manner that demonstrated the product, this would be successful advertising revenue that would only be re-amplified by private torrents.

    In fact, should a torrenting service be created wherein each torrented video had a 1-minute/hour ad embedded within it, I would actively use that service, and promote it. Given the way trackers work, this would be easily monitored for payments on a per-download basis. And the provision of such a service by the providers would be rather absurdly inexpensive.

    But of course, this never happens.

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  • johnleemk

    johnleemk

    March 10, 2015, 12:22 pm

    >Take a look and evaluate some of the signs, how does she behave around your group of friends, specifically how does that differ to how she behaves around YOU.

    Corollary: If you cannot evaluate whether she behaves differently in a group setting versus one-on-one with you, you do not have enough information to get out of the friend zone, and you will all but definitely be friend-zoned if you ask her out now.

    You need to have at least spent some time interacting with her on a one-on-one basis -- even in a group, you can often start up a separate conversation. If you haven't, she almost certainly doesn't think of you as anything besides another acquaintance or not-so-close friend.

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  • familynight

    familynight

    March 10, 2015, 8:25 pm

    I might not be right about all this, but I believe Hoegaarden is considered the standard for witbier because Pierre Celis, the founder of the brewery, revived and popularized the style in the 1960s. The style had become defunct around the time of World War II. However, the beer has changed somewhat since the brewery's sale to InBev.

    So, I guess the true standard setter should be Celis White, which is supposed to be the original recipe from the brewer, now brewed by Van Steenberge, better known for Piraat and Gulden Draak. Pierre Celis actually opened a brewery in Texas after selling Hoegaarden, but that was bought by Miller and then it went defunct, I believe. He then took the recipe back to Belgium and Van Steenberge. So, it's kind of bounced around, and, really, InBev's changes to Hoegaarden supposedly weren't terribly dramatic.

    I still don't get what the big deal is about witbier. Personally, I'll stick with the Germans if I want a wheat beer.

    Edit: I guess Michigan Brewing Co. bought the rights to Celis from Miller and are making some of their beers again, including the witbier. No idea what it's like.

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  • jsh

    jsh

    March 10, 2015, 5:16 pm

    > But the idea that we must choose between public healthcare and politicized-private healthcare is false. We can also move to depoliticize the healthcare industry. A depoliticized, free market in healthcare would be run on the basis of profits that are for the most part earned through cost efficiency and customer service.

    > A truly competitive health industry of this kind would best serve American consumers. Unfortunately, we are as far from approaching this situation as President Obama is from comprehending its merits.

    i know i read the article. maybe you read the article, but you certainly did not understand it. it seems like you only read the quote near the beginning of the article.

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  • zophan

    zophan

    March 10, 2015, 6:29 am

    When PP accounts are verified and hard linked to an eBay account, PP is responsible for almost every block to an eBay account. PP must conform to the Bank Security Act in the US and therefore, must adhere to the Patriot Act. Most likely, there was some activity on your account that was picked up by the filter as high risk merchant fraud.

    PayPal locks your account and eBay TnS takes their cues from that.

    If your account is still locked, most likely the fraud team at PP hasn't updated the internal tools or it hasn't sync'd with eBay.

    In rare circumstances, there may be a block on your account on eBay's back end that hasn't been lifted, which takes about 12 seconds to remove. The other possibility is that eBay TnS disagrees with PP and will not remove the merchant fraud limit. This is permanent, they will never take an appeal unless there is a court document, and even then, it is a TnS judgment call.

    As for the uploading documents, some are not that bright, but that is true of all business. If you upload something and it doesn't match what they want (eg, they want both sides of a DL you forget the back, a current bill with the address matching your DL, proof of product ownership, etc.) they won't tell you what is wrong, they will just keep asking for it.

    This is a dick move, but the front line phone agents can be fired and lose the ability to be bondable for life for telling you exactly what they need. The policy is very strict, as with most financial institutions.

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  • InspectorJavert

    InspectorJavert

    March 10, 2015, 7:51 pm

    I gave up on oblivion in fairly short order, because all the quests were one of three formulas, all the people giving you quests were one of two voice actors, and the compass that pointed you exactly to your objective made it so you didn't have to know or care what you were doing. In the main plotline there wasn't any choice or conflict- just the one path.

    The game might have 3-6 weeks worth of content, but I got bored after 1. I suppose I'm just bitching because I haven't loved an RPG since VTM Bloodlines, and before that, fallout 2.

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  • wbeavis

    wbeavis

    March 10, 2015, 12:46 pm

    Are you insane? There are security features in bills that the fed hasn't and won't release. It is impractical to assume the entire population must be equipped to check for counterfeits as a check to the banking system. It is absurd to thing that an average citizen needs to verify every cash transaction. I will grant you that a bank has no control of the money once it leaves their facility. Conversely an customer has no way to verify the bills prior to leaving. Assuming the guys story is true, the bank should have exchanged it in good faith. They should have documented the transaction, all customer details and tellers. That way if either is a scammer, the detailed records will prove it. Any way of tracking that bill should be employed. But at the end of the day this is $100 and the bank can afford it. Besides, they would likely send it to the Secret Service which probably would reimburse them for the money. Ultimately the bank would be out nothing. My guess, as mentioned earlier, there is a sloppy teller out there. Which is all the more reason for the bank to independently pursue this. A sloppy teller can cause more problems than any single potential scammer.

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