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  • lastspec


    March 11, 2015, 5:08 am

    The man on the ground is supposed to be Uncle Sam.

    And the black cop represents Obama.

    And the dead leaves are the millions of dollars that went into the wall street bailout.

    And the one cop kneeling on the ground examining evidence is Ron Paul....trying to find out who killed america.

    And all the other cops who are just standing there like "what happened?" represent the american citizens ...completly clueless and overweight.

    The crime scene tape represents the border fence they are building... which we all thought was to keep mexicans out...but really it's to keep us in.

    And all that fog in the background represents Brett Favre and his inability to make a decision about retiring.......and it also represents zombies.

    (Zombie Brett Favre? Must write a screenplay about the screenplay Brett Favre dies, but comes back from the dead and signs with the Oakland Raiders...leading them to the super bowl.

    BONUS: Al Davis already is a zombie)


  • xtom


    March 11, 2015, 3:17 am


    This comes up every so often. But I guess I'll say it again:

    With the districts the blue dog democrats are from, they would have no hope with getting re-elected if they vote for this. They really have to avoid the party line in some situations.

    If they are *not* the ones elected, it will not be another Democrat, or even pseudo-democrat replacing them. Historically in their districts Democrats get very few votes. Many have voted republican by double digit margins for decades.

    In those districts your choice is to have a little turd(blue dogs) or a massive stinking turd(neocons). That's really all there is to it. Think of it as injecting moderate/centrist conservatives into the regions to prevent neocons from taking the slot.


  • difluoroethane


    March 11, 2015, 4:09 am

    This is mostly right. HoN heroes are mostly copied from DoTA, but a bunch of the heroes have changes and there are actually a few completely new heroes.

    The items have pretty much been copied over straight just with new names though. Some of the items are actually different than DoTA after the last patch. The Behemoth Heart for instance is +35 STR and 300HP, but actually has a different effect depending on if you have a STR, AGI, or INT hero. +.75% of your total HP in regen for STR, 10% extra AGI for AGI, and +30 cast speed and 15% less time on cooldowns for INT heroes. There are probably other changes, but I haven't noticed them all yet.


  • patook


    March 10, 2015, 8:49 pm

    The Mummy Returns. Yeah, seriously, hear me out.

    So in all honesty, that movie sucked; it was ridiculous; and it was a pointless sequel to another movie that also pretty much sucked. *But* somewhere in the dross of screenplay the writers, most likely unintentionally, injected something magical about a family that loves, respects, and trusts one another through a trying experience. The love between the main characters is epic and tender at the same time, and one of the things I like best is that it isn't new love: they are married with a son, yet still passionate about one another (not many movies deal with this aspect of romance). And they're badass, that helps.


  • cycle2


    March 11, 2015, 4:21 am

    >In seriousness though, they know that I am undocumented

    So, you notified that you're undocumented on a legal document and they have it on file? You must go to a really nice school who has a lot of trust in its applicants.

    >Any person, citizen or noncitizen, who receives a loan in this country has the option to flee and not pay.

    A citizen will be found so long as he/she is working or owns a house. It is much harder for a citizen to leave behind everything and flee to another country. A noncitizen doesn't have to worry about anything.

    >I don't know what it means to have money "meant for me."

    It's money that is given to you with the knowledge that you are a documented citizen, i.e. they know that you will pay it back. You seem like an honest person, and I believe you intend to pay it back, but it's the principle that you have the option to not pay it back and get away with it.


  • nouns


    March 11, 2015, 8:58 am

    People can program in Intercal. Choice of language isn't as important as people seem to think. If there's a specific feature in a language a product requires, use that.

    C has a perceived "Closeness" to the assembly language; and this was true once upon a time. In older implementations of C, i++ and i = i +1 would end up giving you different assembly code. Nowadays, this is less true, as compliers will do a lot more optimization for you. None the less, C goes straight to assembly code, and is therefor desirable for Embedded systems.

    If you don't care about that feature, it's easy to see why someone could say it sucks in comparison to other languages.


  • aem999


    March 10, 2015, 9:55 pm

    > Can someone tell me what is it that is so bad?

    In my experience of Java projects outsourced to India:

    * no tests

    * copy & paste duplication

    * poor understanding of the language APIs

    * code not OO

    * not following or aware of good/best practices

    * too many bugs many of which could be have been prevented by using static analysis tools

    => code that doesn´t do what it is supposed to as it is only superficially tested, but is cheaper to deliver but will be more expensive to maintain


  • spectraline


    March 10, 2015, 8:14 pm

    It's not that 5 guys in two years is a lot. It's that *telling him* was a bad move.

    I'm female, but what I've gotten from talking to my guy friends, they don't want to think about all the other dicks that have been up in you.

    I think that if sex is recreational to you, then recreate! Don't worry about getting all meta over the purposes of sex, and just be the best pussy he's ever had and leave it at that. He probably won't ask. And if he does ask, then sex is more than recreational to him and it's time to bounce.

    I don't think there is any positive reason any person should know the number of sexual partners anyone else has had. Yes, we're a forward society, but discretion is still valuable


  • JoshSN


    March 11, 2015, 4:34 am

    The Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru and Palau are all basically non-states who follows what America (for the first two) and Australia does.

    **This is the same voting result this issue has always had**, except now, for some reason, Australia is voting with the U.S. and Israel. Who knew Paul Rudd was so pro-Israel? I just appreciate that he isn't John Howard and he pulled Australia out of Iraq.

    When I worked at the U.N. I looked up every vote on Israel, the results were pretty much always "The U.S. and Israel against the World."


  • in4apenny


    March 10, 2015, 7:56 am

    Try this. Open an account at BOA. Go there Every day when it is busy with a hundred dollar bill and ask them for 100 ones. When they give them to you take each one and hold it up to the light and turn it over and examine it. When people start complaining tell them that BOA dumped a bad hundred on you and that they told you it is your responsibility to check each bill. It may help to wear a shirt explaining the situation so you don't get hoarse. You also may want to mention how much taxpayer bailout money BOA got.


  • General_Hilarity


    March 10, 2015, 7:22 am

    MARSHALL ISLANDS (from wikipedia):

    >United States government assistance is the mainstay of the economy.

    >The United States Army maintains its Ronald Reagan Ballistic Missile Defense Test Site on Kwajalein Atoll. It is important for the local economy, as the Marshallese land owners receive rent for the base, and a large number of Marshallese work there.


    >In recent times, a significant portion of Nauru's income has been in the form of aid from Australia.


    >The FSM is a sovereign, self-governing state in free association with the United States, which is wholly responsible for its defense. The Division of Maritime Surveillance operates a paramilitary Maritime Wing and a small Maritime Police Unit. The Compact of Free Association allows FSM citizens to join the U.S. military without having to obtain U.S. permanent residency or citizenship.

    >The nation uses the US dollar as their currency.

    So yeah, there was only really one no vote. Isreal/US (with Australia and bunch of tiny islands)


  • srobbins


    March 11, 2015, 8:46 am

    Thanks I appreciate the comment. The reality was I was disappointed I didn't lose some weight, it was part of my thinking in taking the challenge. I agree with you 100%. It too often gets portrayed that to lose weight you "should increase your cardio training amounts" and for most this would generally mean a reduction in other forms of exercise. The truth is, at least it was and is for me, that weight lifting, done properly, is better for LONG TERM weight control than anything else. I only wish more people were aware of it in those terms. As a side note I am NOT a young man, so I can actually document my experience as I had before/after trips to my doctor to insure all that running wasn't going to kill me. I was, at times, convinced it might......


  • tluyben2


    March 10, 2015, 8:25 am

    Zope is a framework, Plone is a CMS. I like Zope, but you need to like it's philosophies; if you don't, you'll hate it. Django I like a lot more; it feels a lot lighter.

    A CMS you use/create at the point you think you have a common ground for functionalities for all/most sites you're going to make. But (at least in my experience) even with modules/plugins, most systems completely lack the flexibility you need when you want something quite different from what the creator meant to do with it.


  • JulianMorrison


    March 10, 2015, 1:03 pm

    I have no idea of the actual numbers but I expect they're large. You have the cost of downtime and overtime and maybe temp fill-ins while the employee is gone, the cost of the internal managerial work and external agents involved in finding and hiring, the cost of using other employees to train the newbie rather than doing their jobs, and the cost of the lowered productivity while the new hire gets up to speed. Also factor in the probabilistic loss if you hired a slacker who needs to get fired, restarting the cycle.


  • neuromonkey


    March 11, 2015, 12:38 am

    I am very sensitive to sound as well. I know what you're going through.

    In an old house, these sounds may come from any place the pipes come into contact with another surface. It can be incredibly difficult to track them all down and dampen them all. Expansion joints need to be added to every run. Most landlords probably aren't willing to do that. You may have success with lubricating the joints, but in a rented place, I think that the best bet is to use something that creates a lot of white noise; a fan or device specifically for this purpose. It may not completely eliminate the banging and ticking, but it may mask it to the point where it's tolerable.

    Good luck!


  • rkcr


    March 10, 2015, 1:09 pm

    Certainly, though where I worked we didn't have online ordering so it's not like people were leaving something in a textbox on a form. All telephone orders. Some people would order ahead and ask for pizza at a particular time, one time someone ordered pizza a week in advance (and it wasn't for a lot, just like two pizzas).

    Here's two memorable special instructions:

    1. Some lady ordered a pizza without any cheese on it, but with everything else, including the sauce and toppings. When I showed up to her place she asked me where the parmesan was. Apparently she wanted something like 15 packets of parmesan to put on the pizza herself. At the time I only brought parmesan packets when someone asked me for them and she was kind of pissed; I offered to go get her some but she didn't want to wait.

    In hindsight I really should have brought parmesan/pepper packets with me all the time, since they wouldn't go to waste in my car.

    2. Someone ordered a pizza with 1/3rd tomato sauce, 1/3rd pesto sauce, and 1/3rd white sauce (a garlic thing). It was only memorable to me because my coworker had such a damn hard time getting it enough like thirds (because he wasn't too bright).


  • hhh333


    March 11, 2015, 12:00 am

    I did write to my bank about a similar issue.

    My bank's web service requires the user to chose a 8 character long alphanum password. Not 7, not 9.. just 8.

    Then they make the users write down a secret question that only them is supposed to know the answer.. Them and their browser's autocomplete field history.

    I did lengthly explain the all weakness of their system and backed it with actual numbers and reputed security articles and books.

    Their answer was more or less "thanks for the feedback, we're forwarding this message to the Computer Security Department" and I never herd of it nor saw any changes.

    I have the feeling that somewhere in my bank there is a trash bin labeled "Computer Security Department".

    Edit: Someone once told me they needed such retarded requirement because the backend was probably an old mainframe and blah blah blah. But I don't really buy this theory.


  • 97bravo


    March 10, 2015, 2:26 pm

    * Prince - Purple Rain

    * Bob Marley and the Wailers - Legend

    * Pixies - Doolittle

    * Enigma - MCMXC a.D.

    * Dean Martin - Italian Love Songs

    * N.W.A. - Straight Outta Compton

    * AC/DC - Back in Black

    * The Eagles - Hotel California

    * Jimmy Cliff and Various Artists - The Harder They Come

    * Van Morrison - Moondance

    * Marvin Gaye - What's Going On

    * Johnny Cash - At Folsom Prison

    * The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground

    * John Coltrane - A Love Supreme

    * The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Are You Experienced?

    * James Brown - Live at the Apollo (1963)

    * Roy Buchanan - When a Guitar Plays the Blues

    * The Kinks - Superman

    * John Lee Hooker - The Healer

    * Violent Femms - Violent Femms

    * Jane's Addiction - Nothing Shocking

    * Cheap Trick - Live at Budokan

    * Van Halen - Van Halen

    * Vivaldi - The four Seasons

    * Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells

    * Malcolm McLaren - fans

    * John Prine - John Prine

    * Tosser Dreng - Indianner

    * The Tragically Hip - Up To Here

    * The Del Fuegos - Smoking in the Fields

    * Lords of Acid - I Sit on Acid

    * Eva Cassidy - Songbird

    * Morcheeba - Big Calm

    * Warren Zevon - Excitable Boy

    * George Strait - Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind

    * Kris Kristofferson - Silver Tongued Devil and I

    * Willie Nelson - Stardust

    * Santana - Abraxas

    * Nina Simone - Recording live session 1961 April New York

    * 38 Special - Wild Eyed Southern Boys


  • rkcr


    March 10, 2015, 7:44 am

    Yes and no. I mean, how much better can you treat a recipient of pizza? But we certainly took notice of people who were especially good or especially bad tippers.

    When I delivered, I would go out with 1-5 deliveries at a time. Typically my route was determined by the most efficient way to get to all 5 places but if it was a toss up I'd definitely go to the better tipper first. But we're talking about a 5 minute difference.

    This shouldn't stop you from tipping well; you should tip well regardless because it makes people feel good.


  • skillet-thief


    March 10, 2015, 9:52 pm

    I just got through writing what ended up being a fairly complicated module. I understand this guy's pain but, as others have pointed out, he is wrong about most of this stuff. Yes, drupal is complicated and the learning curve is steep. However, the code is quite clean, though not in an OO style. As a developer, what I appreciate the most is the fact that just about every last little detail of the system can be customized if you feel like going through the process of understanding how all of the parts fit together.

    I like drupal, and have quite a bit of respect for the way it is made. On the other hand, I am often frustrated with it. Why? Because it is a CMS, and CMS are always something of a PITA if you want to do something a little bit out of the ordinary. The important thing to ask yourself at the beginning of a project is: "am I building a web app or not?" Drupal is flexible enough so that you could actually write a fairly sophisticated webapp with it, but doing so would be excruciatingly painful. In the end I think I made the right choice with drupal, but I often thought, along the way, that I should have chosen a framework instead.


  • biinary


    March 11, 2015, 7:45 am

    No one has seen Obama's War plan yet that details on what he wants to do with Afghanistan and Iraq. Obama Administration still working hard on closing gitmo by the Jan 22, 2010 deadline, of course the lengthly reviews of the detainee files can possible delay it. I would like to know where Obama is continuing torture, under his commands, since there is no reports of harsh torture being conducted that I know of. If I remember correctly he has given the FBI oversight of all interrogations with stronger rules to prevent any form of torture. Obama is not protecting the people who gave orders for torture, you mistaken him with the current and ex CIA directors. Of course, the probe and/or investigation will not be an overnight thing since who knows what hard evidence there actually is and who is willingly to testify. Any other President would have taken a blind eye to this and moved on LONG time ago. And no one who is growing medical marijuana legitimately is being raided, raids do continue on the people who grow marijuana illegally and hide it as medical marijuana though.

    Even if healthcare passes with no public option, which i highly doubt, it will still help people. Since everyone agrees that no one should be denied who has a preexisting condition. Of course, the push for the public option is still not dead and is still supported by the majority of American people and the House. It is just a matter if it will pass the Senate, which is still up in the air. And this will be the beginning of Green initiatives for America, this is the beginning of a NEW market in America. Which means it will still be in the early stages, and building it into existing frameworks will take time.

    But hey, not every President is perfect ;) All you can hope for is a President that leads the country in the right way and not have another Bush that takes everything done and destroys it.


  • canyouhearme


    March 10, 2015, 2:26 pm

    Yep, but it needs the seed for the strife to germinate from.

    America is a very divided society:

    * Rich vs poor is a fundamental class divide - the groups even think differently.

    * Red vs Blue is another real division in attitude, enhanced by those with blue viewpoints getting the hell out of hickville.

    * White vs Black is still real, as the recent events have shown.

    * Religionist vs Rational is the final major division, echoing the red vs blue breakdown.

    All of which provides plenty of fault lines to break the country on. However you need the force to make that break happen. Unfortunately its coming with peak oil and the inability to source enough supplies to keep the heavily car dependent culture moving. That on its own is enough; without the demographic timebomb, Mexico's collapse, and climate change effects .... but they are coming too.

    Within a decade, at best two, areas of the country will see their best interests in jettisoning other parts, leading the groupings of states enacting 'state laws' at variance with federal, followed by military force and civil war. I guessed at about 5 groupings being formed and a diaspora similar to the partition of India.


  • MindStalker


    March 10, 2015, 10:07 pm


    if (!(height == 5 && width == 3))

    Will execute if height isn't 5 OR width isn't 3.

    Look at it this way,

    IF height is 5 and width is 3, (height == 5 && width == 3) will return true, ! reverses this as false

    If height is 5 and width is 2 (height == 5 && width == 3) will return false ! reverses this as true.

    IN boolean math NOT (A OR B) mean (NOT A) AND (NOT B), while NOT (A AND B) means (NOT A) OR (NOT B).

    Weird I know, but its correct if you test for all cases.


  • defpearlpilot


    March 10, 2015, 7:33 am

    How do you measure emotional response? Do you really listen to music to count notes or see how the timing was or if singer scoops? I admit that if a singer sucks or a drummer has poor timing, etc, then it will be more difficult to connect with the music.

    I'm a musician myself and I do make every effort to make the performance as best as it can be. But I'll NEVER say that I listen to music for any other reason then for the connection. All I said was that measuring music is not the main reason that people listen to what they choose. I'll for sure hang it up music if that's what I ever become.


  • Camoninja


    March 10, 2015, 7:00 am

    I love how when the calm dude hit the punk, he retaliated by hitting the trashcan instead of actually fighting back. What could have been going through his mind as he did that?

    *Hey, this guy just pushed me! What an asshole! I'd better do something serious in retaliation. Maybe I should punch him? Nah, too obvious. I know! I'll knock over the trashcan! That'll show him, yeah!*

    And then a bit later...

    *He hit me in the face! Ahh, what should I do? Punch him? No, that's still to obvious... Hey, I'll just hit the trashcan again! That should really teach him a lesson!*


  • CowboyBoats


    March 10, 2015, 8:46 pm

    Learning styles are poorly supported by research, but they're incredibly popular in the field. At my school, students were all given a quiz to determine their learning styles, and their results were shared with all their teachers, with the expectation that teachers will differentiate to accommodate these styles.

    I think it's important to realize that even if learning styles turns out to be a false theory, the movement to support that theory will have mostly positive consequences. The main goal of its adherents is to provide teachers who mostly lecture with new techniques to let the students learn by doing, and who could argue with that?


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