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  • bagboyrebel

    bagboyrebel

    March 10, 2015, 1:12 pm

    Blind devotion? Right, it's impossible that I've loved all of the trailers and loved the demo. I only like it because of a name.

    I don't know what kind of world you live in, but in my world if someone is good at something that's usually an indication that they will produce good results when they do it. Tim Schafer has proven that he can do dialogue and story with every game he's ever worked on. He's proven that he can do real-time gameplay with Psychonauts and the demo of Brutal Legend proves that the game will be fun.

    I don't have blind devotion, I have years worth of evidence to support my opinion.

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  • JPOnion

    JPOnion

    March 10, 2015, 9:19 am

    Yup, I've had a few moments like this. The worst one was late 90's when we were finally getting our first new computer (replacing our Tandy 1000). I'd been a computer geek for years, mainly using them at my dads house, at my friends house and at school, but my mom never considered it worth it to buy one at her place.

    Long story short, my mom insisted my grandmother go with us computer shopping. Despite me having done a lot of prep work for the shopping trip (research, reading reviews, price comparisons, etc), and the primary reason we were getting one was for my school / personal use, we ended up buying an overpriced, mediocre system because my grandma said it had to be good, "It's pendulum powered". Yes, she was referring to the "Pentium Inside" sticker on the case. Five years later my grandma finally learned enough about computers to log into AOL, which is still more than my mom ever learned.

    Not that I'm inconsiderate...my mom was buying us a computer, which was a large purchase for us. I just wished somebody listened to the one person there that knew how to even turn it on.

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  • dnew

    dnew

    March 10, 2015, 4:04 pm

    > Don't try to blast out C++ without even being able to do something as simple as a cast.

    Huh?

    Do you know what "unsafe" means? Did you read the code and realize I had run off the end of the array? Did you realize if the float is allocated directly after the array that I will have stored an integer bit pattern into the float, which might not even be valid, without any sort of cast?

    C++ is not strongly typed. It tries, and fails. Forsooth:

    static union { long l; float f; } xyz;

    if (xyz.f != 0.0) { electrocute_programmer(); }

    Are you willing to bet that the bitpattern of zeros for l make a valid float of zero? Or a valid float at all?

    There's all kinds of ways of writing garbage into variables in C++ because the language doesn't prevent you from accessing any variable from anywhere with any type.

    Sure, it's undefined behavior, and doing so reproducibly is difficult (but clearly not impossible, or we'd have no hacker viruses exploiting buffer overflows).

    But I can't imagine why you think it's easier to figure out who changed variables in your object instance than it is to figure out who changed your global array. It's probably easier with the global array in C, because nothing encourages programmers to use the same names for locals and globals like using the same names for methods and instance variables in different classes is encouraged.

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  • milk_milk_lemonade

    milk_milk_lemonade

    March 10, 2015, 5:23 pm

    Yeah, my ex works in a ER doing psych evals and intake, and the guideline for admittance is "Is the person a danger to themselves or others". It sounds like your GF is, so it should be pretty easy to take her to in and have her held for evaluation and possibly assigned to a program.

    OTOH, she could be borderline and claiming to be suicidal to manipulate your emotions. It's not advisable to do anything other than get her professional help, though, as bluff-calling at this level could result in her death if your'e wrong.

    If you already haven't, see about involving her family. The advantage there would be that they could sign her into a hospital for observation regardless of her wishes. If she seems serious, then get her to someone ASAP for an evaluation.

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  • jtt25c

    jtt25c

    March 10, 2015, 8:48 pm

    This guy who was in this fraternity I was in my freshman year of college used to say to most horrible things to complete strangers. I won't go through and list all his most outrageous ones, but here is his most offensive he used to drive around in his jeep wrangler after the elementary school go out. He would wait outside the "black" school until the children came out to catch their buses. He would then start yelling "N%$#@r babies, N*#^%r Babies!!" at them while peeling out his tires and then drive off. He was a fucker I tell ya

    Edited for punctuation

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  • Freeky

    Freeky

    March 10, 2015, 9:13 pm

    I fail to see what that has to do with size, or trade paperbacks (which as I've said, I find *more* fragile, not less). It's not like you can't produce a hardback or paperback book on acid-free paper that's less than 10 inches tall; indeed, I'm *delighted* when I can get such a thing. One of my Alistair Reynolds Gollancz hardbacks is even among them, even if it is just a small short story collection.

    As for lasting longer than a decade, I have mass market paperbacks from the late 50's still perfectly readable. They're older than I am and only a bit yellow. But hey, if they wanted to sell me mass market size paperbacks or hardbacks on acid-free paper for 1.5-2x the price, I'm all for it.

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  • askcoachvanessa

    askcoachvanessa

    March 10, 2015, 11:49 am

    1. Exhibit your tenderness and warmth. Researchers tell us that tenderness and warmth is highly prized by most people in their relationships. Healthy relationships are emotionally open and the people are willing to show emotional tenderness and warmth!

    2. Being balanced. Realize that no one else can make you happy or fulfill you; others help make our lives more enjoyable and rewarding but they can’t create satisfaction or wholeness for us. Only you can create a whole life for yourself; therefore try new things such as clubs, volunteering, lectures, and projects. You’ll have more opportunities to meet people and more to share with your sweetheart. Healthy relationships are interdependent they aren’t dependent!

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  • secondaryaccount

    secondaryaccount

    March 10, 2015, 6:07 am

    Fibromyalgia is actually a condition we study a lot. A lot a lot. It's one of the most common conditions that is used for fraud because it's a condition of exclusion, which basically means that doctors test for a whole bunch of shit and if it's none of those things, it must be fibromyalgia. Some cases are severe and easy to tell. The vast majority aren't.

    We have a vast array of systems that are constantly updated with information provided by health professionals, we keep stacks and stacks of books that are updated every 2 years with information regarding conditions, their restrictions, and their expected durations, and we have our own staff of health professionals on call that can review the information presented to us and give their professional opinion. We also refer to Drs. Google and Wikipedia in times of dire need (there, doesn't that make you feel better?).

    It's really a matter of combining it all together to make a decision. Their doctor, our medical staff, our information, and basic logic. I commonly extend people past the guidelines even their doctors initially give us just because it's reasonable to have them out of work for this condition for this amount of time.

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  • benologist

    benologist

    March 11, 2015, 8:40 am

    Nobody discusses anything.

    Beck says something stupid.

    Blogs rush to spew out an article that'll convert your outrage to their ad impressions. You guys follow through by delivering those ad impressions.

    Don't feel bad though, that pretty much sums up all professional blogging - look at the shitstorm of blogs that race to "break" every minor feature of even minor refreshes Apple rolls out, each as it's own individual story then a few follow up posts comparing the new whatever to something else. Yes, the 2.33ghz *is* marginally faster than the 2.2ghz model!!!!!

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  • Phibbsy

    Phibbsy

    March 10, 2015, 6:03 pm

    Are you referencing Zahir Shah's attempts at reform in the 60's? I would say that that was letting the wolves into the fold, letting the USSR and the US influence the 'parties' and the ethnic and regional factions across the country.

    Even under Zahir Shah the government of Afghanistan was fairly feudal. The majority of Afghanis had little national concept nor education. To me that is not centralized government.

    I respect the Afghan people for their tenacity and refusal to be a doormat to the powers around them. They're like the West Virginians or the Swiss. Hillbillies.

    I'm just saying education needs to be a focus. Various factions have been dividing the area by tribe, ethnicity faith or greed for millennia. The surrounding countries have no interest in having an educated population in Afghanistan. Greeks, Persians, Scythians, Turks, Mongols, Mughals, Timurids, Russians, British, Indians, Pakistanis, Soviets, Americans and NATO have all meddled in the area. The least we can do is help them be more of a Switzerland.

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  • mediapl0y

    mediapl0y

    March 10, 2015, 11:05 am

    Well that's just it, we don't know what is beyond what we have either discovered or calculated to be beyond our universe. However, it is a large leap of conclusion to compare anything with and equate to the concept of infinity, which isn't a number or measurement at all. Even something as vast as the universe is basically nothing in the eyes of infinity.

    There is also our perception of what seems to be infinite space. Suppose you have the time and energy, one could walk in a straight line across the world indefinitely. To the walker, he might think he is traveling in a straight line, but the people aboard the ISS would know better and see his path to actually be circular. My point is that our perception of space might appear differently than one from an outer perspective.

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  • marblelion

    marblelion

    March 11, 2015, 8:19 am

    This entire thread was begun on the basis of how to improve the discussion of rape and its prosecution. Are you saying that a married couple is going to have sex after drinking and then accuse each other of rape?

    And whether you are or not, my point remains that if you drug someone in order to have sex with them, that is rape. Again, the intent and motive are what need to be considered.

    If two people are drinking together and have sex later, where is the crime? If there is an accusation, it will be shown that both parties were drunk and so the alcohol will be irrelevant. There will simply be the question of did the accuser change their mind at some point.

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  • Mugendai

    Mugendai

    March 10, 2015, 2:52 pm

    The nature of message boards is that the like-minded gather to discuss their shared interests, which inevitably rubs people who don't share those views the wrong way. The ostracized then start complaining the board is a hive mind/circle jerk/echo chamber and then go off to form their own site so they can hear their own like-minded sentiments, shout down others who don't share their views in lockstep, and talk about how the other site sucked. Then the people who are being marginalized there start talking about how that new site has jumped the shark/isn't as good as it was in the good old days/turned into a fascist dictatorship and form their own site.

    That's the recursive message board life cycle.

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  • milk_milk_lemonade

    milk_milk_lemonade

    March 10, 2015, 7:46 pm

    I dunno; sometimes helping others is a bottomless pit that ultimately results in your destroying yourself in the process. You clearly care about this person, but having been through the process of trying to rescue others, and knowing what it's like to be in a relationship in ones' late teens/early 20's, I'd resolve this by figuring out what you feel you should say to her, write it down on paper, give the paper to her, and then move on.

    If you feel guilty, remember: we each make decisions once we get out into society. If she wants help, suggest that she seek out a therapist. If she maintains a "Groundhog Day" cycle of confusing trysts and self-abuse, then, well, that's her choice.

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  • bambambiglo

    bambambiglo

    March 10, 2015, 11:47 am

    Not much. I sucked at spamming. I made more money in selling a forum that brought together the spammers. We had ~500 members. I sold it to a guy in some remote country who employed hundreds of spammers on commission. He thought he could use my forum to bring together his spammers on a safe forum. After selling the forum, I quit the industry and never looked back--until I got sued couple years later.

    Couple years ago the guy I sold to got a multi-hundred million dollar default judgement from a US state.

    Profiting from spam is all about that *one* order that makes you a killing. I remember this one order for $1200 worth of viagra. I made 400 from the 33% commission.

    As far as deserving what I got...meh. I was 15-16 at the peak of my time in that industry. I claim teenage stupidity.

    (I'll be low on details so I cannot be identified)

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  • drysquid

    drysquid

    March 11, 2015, 3:06 am

    I don't really see the problem here. Counterfeit currency does circulate despite the efforts of the Secret Service and the Treasury. All banks have a policy to replace counterfeit currency if you discover it before leaving the bank. Count your money in front of the teller and point out anything you think is funny. If you leave the bank, they have no idea if you're the one trying to pass the counterfeit bill, which is a federal offense.

    Next time count your money before you leave to avoid getting them from the bank, and if you ever come across a bill you think is counterfeit (some are very easy to spot), better to just destroy it and take the loss.

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  • rek

    rek

    March 10, 2015, 11:03 pm

    Shut up Krugman, it was your horrible ideas that caused this mess.

    All this jackass is trying to do is distance himself from everything that happens by claiming everything isn't good enough, that way he can always say things failed because we didn't listen to him enough.

    The more we listen to him the worse it's going to be and the longer it's going to last, but his smug ass will just sit there insisting twenty trillion in debt wasn't enough because he wanted forty. Fuck you, Krugman.

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  • Niten

    Niten

    March 10, 2015, 6:22 am

    > C doesn't define an ABI either.

    C may not define an ABI, but then C is simple enough that the de-facto "C calling convention" was able to arise and become basically universal. C++ is not a simple enough language to get by without an explicit definition, and as a result we have to deal with things like the GCC 4.0 C++ ABI change.

    > [undecidable, context-sensitive grammar is] Not an issue for the language user.

    It sure as heck is an issue for the user who has to wait forever for his programs to compile because the parser has to do that much more work. (Although most of the slowness inherent in C++ compilation comes from the use of header files, a separate issue with the language.)

    > From my admittedly limited experience with Qt, I haven't seen their language extension do anything that couldn't be done with templates (ala Boost.Signals, Boost.Bind, etc.).

    In practice, it is a requirement for being *usable* OO. And maybe boost.signals can do everything Q_OBJECT does; I don't know, I've never used boost.signals. But in any event, it's a shame that one has to turn to a third-party mechanism for what should be built-in language features.

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