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  • kickit

    kickit

    March 10, 2015, 4:25 pm

    Yes, but considering that Lady Gaga writes her own songs and designs her own shows (which are supposedly spectacular). And her combination of talents has enabled her to become one of the biggest pop stars in the world.

    She's not the greatest vocalist out there right now, but she's actually pretty good, which *does* set her apart from a lot of what's out there right now.

    And I don't know if I can stress the fact enough that she writes her own songs. That alone is atypical for a pop star, and perhaps what's more atypical is that she actually knows how to put together a pop song better than just about anybody else out there right now.

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  • schnuck

    schnuck

    March 11, 2015, 6:10 am

    > Does the modern state of Israel employ terrorism in order to achieve political goals?

    not if you have been living under a rock. otherwise, yes.

    - palestinians live in a large concentration camp with no self-control

    - deliberate attacks on palestinian people (e.g. war crimes in gaza earlier this year that killed 1000 innocent civilians)

    - constant land-theft

    - over 100 UN resolutions that are all refused by israel

    - state racism

    - apartheid

    but i know you are a ziobot and none of this will have an effect on you.

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  • mridlen

    mridlen

    March 11, 2015, 3:10 am

    First of all, I'd like to preface this by saying that my music selections are somewhat varied, and possibly very controversial. I'll try to include a short blurb about each album. Downvote if you wish.

    Sister Hazel - Fortress - This album has some of the most varied songwriting, beautiful guitar solos, and amazing harmonies that I have ever heard.

    Blues Traveler - Four - This is a great album for its songwriting, especially the ballads. Plus, Hook is one of my favorite songs of all time. OF ALL TIME!

    BT - Movement in Still Life - This album is so near to perfection, that I can't even begin to convey to you how much I like it.

    VNV Nation - Futureperfect - Classical, industrial, and pop, all combined into one beautiful work of art. I start naming my favorite songs, and end up with like 3/4 of the album.

    Nine Inch Nails - The Fragile - I know this has been mentioned before, but this release was really an exercise in making a cohesive album sound. It's up there with...

    Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon - I know, you want me to say "The Wall", but I'll be honest, I skip tracks on The Wall. Dark Side of the Moon keeps me hooked through the entire album.

    Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory - Welp, there go any cred points I may have earned. This album is good because they worked hard to create densely packed pop songs without any filler. The album may be somewhat short, but there isn't a weak track on it. Let's see if I can earn any cred points back with...

    Peter Gabriel - Up - I heard the radio single from this album (More Than This) and I was floored by the mixture of Trent Reznor style synth programming, electric guitars, and acoustic guitars. To be honest that describes the entire album. Each track stands on it's own as it's own distinct style, but yet it all comes together for a cohesive album sound.

    Switchfoot - Legend of Chin / New Way to Be Human - These albums are great in that they are all very well written pop songs. Not really a cohesive album sound other than Jon Foreman's distinctive voice, but there isn't really a weak song on either album.

    Jimmy Eat World - Bleed American - Some of the best riff rock I have had the pleasure of listening to. It has the energy of punk, yet the songwriting and lyrics are pretty good.

    Juno Reactor - Beyond the Infinite - Hard hitting electronic music that pioneered the Goa Trance movement. Feel the Universe is easily my favorite track, but I have grown to love the entire album. Every song is painstakingly crafted to perfection.

    Apoptygma Berzerk - Welcome to Earth - I don't really know how I can begin to describe this to you. This album has some powerfully moving lyrics, but some really well crafted electronic backings.

    I'm sure there are plenty more, but I am getting tired of writing.

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  • nigglereddit

    nigglereddit

    March 11, 2015, 3:01 am

    > this does not mean i regard it as correct

    Well that's a huge departure from "his arguments deserve to be taken at face value, because he is a scientist".

    And that's good. I wonder if you have the strength to realise that your anger, with all its swearing and abuse, stems from the fact that you've been argued out of your position, shown to be wrong several times and now feel foolish?

    Wasn't it you yourself who said that scientists should be prepared to be shown wrong? Well, you may not be a scientist but perhaps you should think about that yourself. In time you may even learn that to be proven wrong may hurt, but not as much as going through your whole life wrong.

    Thanks for your responses. Okay so you took a beating. Instead of losing your temper and calling names, try to learn from this so I can't do it quite as easily next time.

    ;)

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  • ar0nic

    ar0nic

    March 10, 2015, 4:50 pm

    when running these booths you obviously know that you're only allocated so much space, you have to use every inch of it, while stacked right beside another sellers booth. Id suggest sitting in FRONT of the booth, while someone else is behind it, if area permits. Having traveled and been to many HUGE MARKETS the best way is to have more than one person there and to hover over your what your selling. Minimize interaction time with non customers, i know it sounds weird but the more time you spend with someone "just looking" is more time you're not looking at your wares. Often they will steal in groups.

    Personally i think you're gonna have to accept the loss, its kind of part of the "Game" that is booth/market sales.

    However if i were to do it, i would build a wooden case for the jewelry and cover the top with plexi glass, you could put hinges on it, and a lock of some sort, very cheap, easy to build, and will put a perma stop to people snatch n grabbing. It does take away from one integral part of the "market" which is to get your hands on it, look at it, smell it etc..

    This will up the amount of time you have to spend with a customer and could make people want to pass you by...perhaps you only put the expensive stuff in a jewelry case?

    as for detaining them, generally in market/trade shows/swap meet its common knowledge if you take something and the seller sees you, they're gonna stop you, most of the time you're gonna get your ass kicked, here locally at the flea market a few of the higher end shops most own guns. i would try to pursue and detain if you deem the item worth it, a crappy steampunk watch is not worth being stabbed or beat up...

    good luck bro.

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  • allenizabeth

    allenizabeth

    March 11, 2015, 1:21 am

    This reasonable approach is very uncommon in normal dialogue. I don't feel guilty about anything, but I think that a lot of British people are afraid to praise the accomplishments of the British Empire. Every attempt to do so (especially in the public domain) brings wild howls of recrimination from both within Britain and without. I don't think that many British people labor under the illusion that they brought wealth and happiness to all the subjects of their empire, or that there were no negative consequences of British rule. But too often, any remark displaying an affection for the years of Empire is a sure way to attract thousands of letters and a list of lifelong enemies, who will attack you from the opinion pages for years to come. I don't think that Michael Palin is asking people to forget the bad things, rather to remember and be proud of the good things, which are rarely mentioned in public in Britain, even though they are largely responsible for the modern world.

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  • ucbmckee

    ucbmckee

    March 10, 2015, 6:44 pm

    As some others have said, it does happen in the US. I've seen it start to become more common out in the middle income apartment farms that keep cropping up in suburbia (e.g. around Hillsboro/W. Portland, near Intel), where the places are owned by big corporations and have an entire militia of petty bureaucrats to mind your business for you. And, from some dear friends who still live there, they absolutely do mark you down for stupid cleanliness shit like this. It sounds exactly like what people are saying about Australia.

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  • saffir

    saffir

    March 10, 2015, 11:06 pm

    if you've only been playing for a few weeks, it's not that bad...

    tuning the guitar would help tremendously... it's really pronounced when you play the G-chord (sounds like the treble-e string is sharp)

    another reason is sounds really loud is because it looks like you're flicking your fingers out... you can just flick your wrist while keeping your fingers still and you'll get a softer smoother sound

    another thing that would help (and I started out the same way) is to work on upstrokes along with your downstrokes into one fluid motion... the way you're playing right now, it's like you do a downstroke, pause, go up and then quickly downstroke again... the consequence of that is an uneasy rhythm

    for a song like this, using a pick is perfectly fine... so work on your rhythm with this pattern:

    C: **d** u d u **d** u d u

    G: **d** u d u **d** u d u

    Am: **d** u d u

    Am: **d** u

    G: **d** u

    F: **d** u d u **d** u d u

    etc.

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  • jba68

    jba68

    March 10, 2015, 11:25 pm

    Driver has been money for me, but with the guys on your team I would consider it. Fitz and Colston are good WR's, but the Cardinals are struggling right now. Smith has a shoulder injury, but when healthy is agood play. However I dont see him being an upgrade over any of the guys you have... Rice maybe since Mcgahee is his touchdown vulture. I think you are stressing over nothing. I dont think the trade helps your team.

    Lt has been hurt, and so has Thomas. Benson is a surprise, his is the guy I would be trying to sale high on. Combine him with driver to get one of the elite backs if possible..

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  • Angry_Grammarian

    Angry_Grammarian

    March 10, 2015, 9:36 am

    One thing I don't like about the rental agreements here is that I have to give 3 months notice before I move out, but it is difficult to find a new apartment that starts in three months, so it's a little scary telling my landlord I'll be leaving and then finding a new place. The past two times I've had to pay rent twice (last month at old place and first month at new place).

    The privacy is quite nice, however. When I signed the contract for my current place the landlady said, "OK, if everything goes right I won't see you until you move out."

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  • necrosis

    necrosis

    March 11, 2015, 5:19 am

    Ah. And here I thought I was on the economics Reddit not the 'social theory of justice' reddit. (j/k)

    I have no problem with 'greed' as a feeling/emotion/motivation. Whatever boats your float. Regardless of your income/asset level. Same with "Evil", whatever that is. However, crimes of property or that negatively affect the rights of others should be prosecuted.

    It seems to me that you propose using the government's monopoly on the use of force to strip people of their property *because* they were successful. Because of what crimes they may *prospectively* commit as a class, not as individuals?

    That's like me saying that I want the government to take houses away from people with low incomes because they might resort to the "evil" and "greedy" activities such as sale of crack from those houses...

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  • beagle3

    beagle3

    March 10, 2015, 5:57 pm

    >But even too much broccoli or carrot will eventually be bad and everything we ingest has calories so eventually too much of anything will make you fat.

    This is simply not true. read Taubes.

    > I understand what you're trying to do, but again, what is our option and what are your sources?

    I read hundreds of articles a month, about 10 percent "pure" science, and the rest mostly summaries and criticisms of the pure science stuff. There is no single source which is unbiased. "Common knowledge" is biased towards big money, plain and simple.

    > You make it sounds like they're all sitting around in a room smoking pipes and drinking scotch and coming up with new ways to fuck people over.

    Well, in some very influential cases this is exactly what happened. Read Pollans' "in defence of food", or a new york times article titled "Eat food. Not a lot. Mostly vegetables", and/or "Unhappy meals". The whole food pyramid is based on economical interests of producers and is wrong. Most dietary advice in the last 50 years is based on a successful political manoeuvre in the fifties. The thousands of MDs are all great, but they do not question what's fed to them. A recent survey found over 50 percent of all published medical research is not according to protocol (that is, statistical test for significant defined after results were available -- which means you CANNOT tell whether the results were cooked or not). That's 50% of ALL PUBLISHED medical research. That's not just a few cases.

    > Also, I'd like to know the unbiased source that says medical science isn't progressing.

    I didn't say it wasn't progressing. I said it wasn't *strictly* progressing -- some of it is going backwards, meaning some things had simpler treatments before and were replaced by less effective treatment for the economic benefit of select few. That doesn't happen in Physics, Chemistry or Math -- you never lose progress in real sciences.

    > I briefly skimmed this and noticed a few things: no real name or credentials, hokey, egotistical claims of his inventing prowess and his goal of finding a 'cure'.

    I read a lot of it; he links to things that substantiate his claims. He apparently is happy to give more personal info in private exchanges than on his blog (never tried). Regardless, his manner has nothing to do with the merit.

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  • alllie

    alllie

    March 10, 2015, 11:47 pm

    Well, hamburger clearly is bad. But a whole chicken you can wash then the surface will be thoroughly heated during cooking and the inside of the meat should be sterile. But hamburger has had the germs mixed down into it so if it is not cooked really done it can be deadly. If you are unlucky.

    Someone needs to invent a grinder that is easy to use and that can disassembled so all of it can be put in a dishwasher. Then they can do an infomercial for it and get a lot of sales in the middle of the night. Hell, if they can make a juicer, why not a grinder.

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  • averyv

    averyv

    March 10, 2015, 9:08 pm

    > "his arguments deserve to be taken at face value, because he is a scientist".

    yes, face value, as arguments. they should not be read into as fact, they should be regarded, at face value, as arguments. not, as you suggested, as some simpleton making loony statements. however, as i have stated over and over, people don't get to spout fact. they have to show it with data. as i have stated over and over, richard dawkins is not exempt from this.

    > Thanks for your responses. Okay so you took a beating. Instead of losing your temper and calling names, try to learn from this so I can't do it quite as easily next time.

    amazing. are you doing this for some psych class or something?

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  • aji23

    aji23

    March 10, 2015, 8:19 pm

    First of all, how depressing to hear such an awesome story only to have it ruined by those P.S.S. If you went to college maybe you would have learned it's post-post script, or PPS, but whatever.

    I'm not talking about the people that go to college because they have nothing better to do. And money isn't everything -- just because you make more money than some college graduates doesn't mean much.

    You sound like someone who is bitter because for some reason or another you *couldn't* go to college. If you did, you sound like you would have gotten straight As and showed your professors a thing or two about themselves. But the insults your throwing out don't upset me at all; instead they tell me that you're angry at something.

    College gives you the opportunity (you have to take it), to teach you how to think. High School should be teaching you how to study, and graduate school teaches you how to properly ask and then solve questions on your own.

    When I say "it teaches you", what I really mean is it gives you the time, exposure, and focus -- stuff you can't find in the real world most of the time -- to do these things. When else can you live for 4 years, amongst people your own age, with the chance of spending hours on end with various experts and role models (I'm talking about the good professors, not the bad ones obviously), to take on leadership roles in various organizations; to have the time to learn about yourself, and what you might want to do for the rest of your life (although college isn't about that like most people think).

    It all comes down to what kind of environment you are exposing your mind to. Sure, you might have worked your ass off at whatever this company is. Those 4 years of experience leading up to management were probably fullfilling and great for you, but they didn't give you the time to pursue other things at the same time. Who knows, you might have been an incredible mechanical engineer, or the head of a nonprofit organization you put together yourself, or something else that's completely different than what you're doing right now. Who knows?

    As for 4 years of wasted time reading "narcissistic manifestos", what major are you talking about? The sciences aren't like that. Just angry rumbling.

    "It's all about the money" isn't advice, it's your opinion. And as for outperforming a "college graduate" in anything you do, please. You're smart. Some of them are too. What a silly thing to brag about.

    Where did you lose respect for college? When you got those rejection letters because your high school grades sucked, because you wre one of those smart-yet-lazies?

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  • spacedebris

    spacedebris

    March 10, 2015, 2:20 pm

    This article should be required reading for anyone that supports reproductive rights. People don't realize the desperateness of the situation until they need to see a doc. I was asked to marshal for a march for reproductive health back in the late 70's. We knew there would be a counter-demonstration and despite a police protection, the organizers wanted to put the most level-headed of the marchers at the perimeter of the march to buffer the counter-demonstration.

    I am pretty low-key and can maintain a calm exterior through most anything (I fall apart afterward). But the counter-demonstrators were a level of fervent crazy I had never encountered before. They developed such a strong mob-think and expressed hate like I have never seen. It was like the movies I have seen of the desegregation marches in Alabama. The lucky thing was that these folks were so over-the-top that the police were by default, on our side. It was truly frightening. I had never seen so many humans willingly give up individual identity and surrender to a pitch-fork and torch mentality. Our humanness is a frail and easily destroyed facade.

    There were a few arrests of the counter-demonstrators and our folks made it through OK but I became very suspicious of any large assembly after that march. I can't imagine how this doc and the others working with him have done this year after year -- I'm just grateful that they have.

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