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  • A_for_Anonymous


    March 10, 2015, 8:11 am

    > Well perhaps someone will decide (quite rightfully) that you're a potential danger to yourself and others with a paranoid distrust of society and a penchant for violence, and you'll be on the receiving end of a bit of that "vigilante justice" you think is so wonderful.

    It's not just acting on theorethical potential danger. Theoretically, any living thing is a potential danger. It's acting on people that either already threatened to do something horrible, or already did, as in OP's case. The motherfucker that OP killed, for example, already deserved to get beaten to death for the monstrous things he did to his wife numerous times (even in front of their children), and would undoubtedly end up killing her, and maybe the kids too. He already did something; we don't have to wait until he does it all. And justice wouldn't do much to him unless he murdered her, and even so, he'd be out soon to kill again. Yes, chances are that he will kill again. I'm not 13 years old, and not buying the rehabilitation bullshit. I'm not willing to expose the lives of innocents who did not do anything in order to give a second opportunity to a murderer. Murderers belong in concentration camps and graveyards; they will never be able to repay their victims the damage they have done because their victims are dead. Furthermore, I do not recognize the right to live to those that take innocent lives.

    > I'm not sure exactly what injustices you've been exposed too

    The world. Reference is the news. The news is full of it, any news, any medium, any country, anywhere. I haven't been particularly fucked with in a personal level, but corporations fucked up my world beyond all repairs with their pollution, risk my health with untested genetically engineered bullshit that will also fuck up the soil and create more hunger, and my basic personal rights by passing laws that violate them such as DMCA. But the news is full of murderers out to murder again, women abusers that don't even get jailed (just have to "keep away", ha ha ha, our pathetic justice at work: if you're willing to beat your wife you're willing to walk near her) and end up killing the woman for calling the cops, terrorists who have murdered hundreds of innocent people in the news because their human rights aren't being respected, criminals getting police protection their victims didn't have, underage motherfuckers getting away with anything and everything, human trash that gets away with everything because they are supposedly mentally unstable, random people getting fucked over and not even compensated, corporations doing something illegal that's profitable even when fined, funding political parties and essentially building them, manipulating the media, using lobbies everywhere, CEOs and company directors wasting in private flights, a six star hotel weekend and wine the hard-earned money of their workers while they could never lift a finger to do any actual work other than their MBA circlejerk buzzword bingo, then fuck the company over, fire everyone and run away with the money to start over (or even get help from our taxes, while if I can't pay my debts I get jailed), worker unions abusing the system and blackmailing the users of public services...

    > speak up and people like me would jump at the chance to help you find justice

    Unless, say, you want to join up and start planning car accidents for whalers, motherfuckers preventing greener laws and policies to be passed, and so on, we can't do anything. No, our votes are worth shit when all you can vote is red or blue every four years and both red and blue are actually turd brown, and they control the education and the media.

    Admit it, we live in round-robin dictatorships and I'm sure you're the kind to hate tyranny, for which we need rebellion, which is... you guessed it, vigilantism. No, I'm not some 15 years old anarchist kid trying to make the world free. I'm older and more pragmatic: I just don't want me and my loved ones to get fucked over. And the politic, economic, social and justice systems are about fucking us over, which I don't like.


  • dr1fter


    March 10, 2015, 11:23 pm

    This sounds really good. But the 'meeting people' problem actually extends beyond dating -- at the same time as this was going on, my best friends at school also screwed me over, so I'm not really talking to them any more. All of my friends are in different states, and many I haven't talked to in a long time. The only people I see most days are my family -- although that's been helpful to me, I've been away from home for a long time and it's good to have people I trust and whom I've known longer than that lying bitch.


  • TKN


    March 10, 2015, 6:37 am

    From the article comments:

    >In response to your observations about Java interop (2 and 3): think of the interface to Java as Clojure’s FFI. Whenever you interface Lisp to a non-Lisp language you end up with a capacitance mismatch that makes the interaction a bit awkward: you can say the same thing (for example) in Clozure Common Lisp’s Objective-C bridge.

    I find that okay for things like GUI libraries that can be wrapped or otherwise isolated from the "pure" Clojure code but it is common to see things like Math/sin called from Clojure code and that worries me a bit. When using other lisps I don't need to make FFI calls to get such a basic functionality.


  • CitizenCain


    March 10, 2015, 11:22 pm

    > Why are some Americans up in arms at being given options?

    Uh, because we're not actually being given anything. What happens is the government actually takes my money at gunpoint (pay us taxes or we'll send a SWAT team to your house and throw you in jail forever) and gives it to someone else in the form of crappy, low quality services. Like I'd want the same asshats who take 2 hours to process my driver's license renewal in charge of operating on my heart anyway. Seriously, the only thing that the government does well is consistently screw things up, so I'm baffled as to why anyone would want to literally place their life in the hands of such epic fuckups.

    Right now, I *have* options, thank you very much. I can take the money I earn at my job and spend it on health insurance, spend it directly on a doctor, or say "screw it" and spend it on junk food, porn and booze. (As a young, healthy male I pay out of pocket because it's cheaper for me than insurance would be, by the way. But I also do the booze and porn thing a lot as well.)

    When the government "offers" a public option they have eliminated my choice to take the money I earn and spend it on porn instead of medical insurance, because the public option they "offer" is paid for by my tax dollars, whether I use it or not. And frankly, anyone who knows me ought to be appalled at the prospect of being forced to pay for the medical costs I will incur for my poor life choices. I drink like a fish, smoke like a chimney, have no regard for my personal health, and will be astonished if I somehow manage to live to 50. But keep pushing for "public" health care and in a decade or two, it'll be you who gets to pay for my new liver and lungs, while all the people who lived responsibly and didn't screw up their health will be punished for my choices.

    Long post short - there's no such thing as a free lunch, and what you seem to want so desperately now will end up costing you dearly when the shoe's on the other foot.


  • BlueRock


    March 10, 2015, 3:46 pm

    Yeah, ignore everything I just wrote and talk about deforestation on some tiny island.

    You should sit quietly for a moment and think about what's happening right now - people in developed, wealthy countries are telling developing, poor countries to not chop down their trees even though we chopped all of ours down to build our economies over the last few centuries. Can you spell 'hypocrisy'? Developing countries have every moral right to insist on receiving development funding from wealthy countries in order to leave their forests standing.

    Focus: carbon pollution is the driver for global warming and needs to be cut *now*. Poor people in Africa, India and Haiti are not responsible for that - rich people (everyone reading this) are. Also, don't conflate sustainability with global warming - they're different things.


  • PissinChicken


    March 11, 2015, 6:42 am

    I find it funny that in all the comments the obvious fact that software is in-elastic in regards to supply is what keeps the price high. Often times there are very few good substitutes. It's doesn't take a chief economist to figure out that allows software companies to charge what they want. I keep seeing posts that suggest software development is SOOOO expensive. It isn't. There are many fields that require just as technical, if not more technical people. Further those trades require expensive specialized equipment. Not just a bunch of PC's. Can we all stop the software engineer circle jerk now and just recognize it's business as usual.


  • headcode


    March 11, 2015, 6:12 am

    I have a friend that people think is a pathological liar. They set intricate verbal traps all time. The problem is that I happen to have worked on some of the same outside projects as him (I was a reviewer of his department, he never saw me in meetings nor my name on any documents). I signed an NDA and as such, I can't say anything specific to him or the others.

    To compound this problem, the same co-workers go by verbal and physical clues that they learn from TV and websites to analyze his statements.


  • AusIV


    March 11, 2015, 8:45 am

    Let's get everything straight.

    Apple hasn't sued. They've filed a challenge with IP Australia to prevent a trademark from being granted. It's now up to IP Australia to determine whether or not the logos are confusingly similar (though I expect Woolworths can try to make a case).

    One of the issues with trademark law is that if you don't enforce your trademark, you can lose it. If IP Australia says the logos aren't confusingly similar, then Apple should have no concerns for losing their trademark later on because of Woolworths' logo. However if they hadn't challenged this, it's plausible that they might have faced more serious trademark enforcement problems later on.

    As the trademark lawyer at the end of the article says, it's rare for this kind of action to end up in court. Apple is covering its own ass, and it's not likely that they will pursue this in court to take the logo away from Woolworths.


  • usernamexo


    March 10, 2015, 5:44 pm

    It was mutual. First off, I was going to college in another state, which is hard enough to keep up in a normal relationship. At first it was nice, he could come visit, and we could actually go out and be in public. But, I only got to see him maybe once or twice this way in a school year. I felt silly sometimes, and would ask myself how long could we honestly keep this up?

    I found someone at my school that I really liked, who wasn't twice my age or married. I am still with him now, he has no idea about this relationship (and I intend to keep it this way, for now).

    Lastly, he *is* married, and now has 2 kids. My conscience couldn't handle it anymore, and I don't think his could either. It sucked hardcore when it happened, but it's for the better. I loved him very much and, ultimately, when you love someone, you want them to be happy.


  • dankpants


    March 11, 2015, 3:17 am

    this is a bad representation, you can't equally compare purchasing power and inflation of a fiat currency, of course gold will always have a relatively similar purchasing power - an ounce of gold in Ancient Rome got you a fine made toga and fine leather sandals made by craftsmen who knew their trade very well, and today you can get a fine tailored suit and some nice shoes for an ounce of gold - relatively similar purchasing power

    to compare it to currencies that have suffered major inflation, like the weimar republic or zimbabwe, you'd see major, irreversible changes in the graph, so much that the value of a single dollar wouldn't compare to the gold at all


  • interesting_username


    March 10, 2015, 2:26 pm

    >Choose Life. Choose a job. Choose a career. Choose a family. Choose a fucking big television, choose washing machines, cars, compact disc players and electrical tin openers. Choose good health, low cholesterol, and dental insurance. Choose fixed interest mortgage repayments. Choose a starter home. Choose your friends. Choose leisurewear and matching luggage. Choose a three-piece suit on hire purchase in a range of fucking fabrics. Choose DIY and wondering who the fuck you are on Sunday morning. Choose sitting on that couch watching mind-numbing, spirit-crushing game shows, stuffing fucking junk food into your mouth. Choose rotting away at the end of it all, pissing your last in a miserable home, nothing more than an embarrassment to the selfish, fucked up brats you spawned to replace yourselves. Choose your future. Choose life... But why would I want to do a thing like that? I chose not to choose life. I chose somethin' else. And the reasons? There are no reasons. Who needs reasons when you've got heroin?


  • jbarket


    March 11, 2015, 3:34 am

    No worries. I'm glad it worked out for you. I actually think our opinions are closer than our original posts let on.

    I agree that relegating his dream to a hobby is belittling him, but I do think it's important to be realistic. It is *not* unrealistic to start your own business, but as I also know from experience, it's demanding. You lose the ability to clock out, take days off or float along and expect to collect a paycheck. It is *not* unrealistic to be a professional photographer.

    However, it's going to be a hard lifestyle. When you're young, it's easy to think that you can scrape by and survive spending what little money you make on new gear and Cup O Noodle, but the follow through there is really hard. If I didn't know that my efforts in my career had been leading to a point where I would no longer have to worry like that, I don't think I could have pushed myself as hard.

    Anyway, bottom line is that I didn't mean to discourage him, but to dissuade him from assuming that a career in photography would resemble his current hobby.


  • nig-nog


    March 10, 2015, 4:28 pm

    Cold is a relative term. northern Florida never gets as bitterly cold as Minnesota or North Dakota do, but it certainly gets below freezing, and even snows occasionally.

    It's certainly not a tropical climate.

    I remember laughing at my mom last year when she went down to northern Florida in February (from Michigan). She said "I was expecting it to be really warm but it never got above the mid 60s" I was like, you're going to *northern* Florida in *February* and you expect it to be *hot*? You're crazy mom lol


  • bewarethetreebadger


    March 11, 2015, 8:34 am

    First I drink a cup of Orange Crush. Then with an HB pencil I sketch out a series of concentric circles. Then I go outside and play soccer for a while. When I get back inside I usually look at pictures of pretty women with their clothes off, on the World Wide Web. A glass of water is good to follow up with. Then I check BBC world. Looks like they're building a coal railway in Mozambique. I don't really know much about Mozambique, apart from the fact that it's in Africa. Most likely Sub-Saharan Africa because I'm moderately familiar with the countries in that part of the continent and it also sounds like a Southern African name. Of course this is merely an educated guess. I also know there's a lot of land mines in Mozambique because I once saw Bruce Cobern on TV singing a song called, "The Mines of Mozambique". Which makes me wonder, is this new mine rail for the type of mine in which you dig for coal? Or is it actually used to transport landmines made out of coal? Is that even possible? I suppose since charcoal is one of the key components in gun powder, the fundamental ingredient (along with sulfur and salt-peter) in many explosives, than it stands to reason that they may indeed be gearing up for some kind of major land mine operation. Or maybe they're just digging up coal. I don't know. So I like to draw pictures of monsters and little stick men that try to fight them but only get eaten. By now the sun is down and I pick up my guitar, strum a few simple chords and mumble jibberish along with it until actual words start to form. Then I write those words down, eat a sandwich, store the lyrics and chord progression in my computer and forget about it.


  • daemin


    March 10, 2015, 5:36 pm

    I know you meant to prove me wrong, but what you say is exactly right, i.e. that in case 1 I should always switch.

    But its a bit more than just knowing whats in my envelope. Its the lack of information about whats in the _other_ envelope.

    Case 1: my envelope has X. The other envelope has either .5X or 2X. Potential gains are bigger than potential losses, so over multiple runs, the gains outweigh the losses.

    Case 2: one envelope has X, the other has 2X. I have either the X envelope or the 2X envelope. If I have the X envelope and switch, I gain X. If I have the 2X envelope and I switch, I loose X. Gains = loses, so over multiple runs, they cancel out.


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