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  • gtnmkv

    gtnmkv

    March 11, 2015, 8:00 am

    I drive a 10 year old car. It gets me around but it is not enjoyable, and is one of the crappiest cars in the employee parking lot. Why do I do this? So I don't have to eat cat food when I am in my 70s; so I can afford to help my kids start a business; so we have some spare cash in case my wife gets sick.

    Financially stricken peple that I know are often the same people who are unable to deny themselves. They always had some new gadget at home; they always rolled the last year or two of car payments into the next new car; they tapped the 401k for an emergency in the same year they took a much needed vacation.

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  • jahhead

    jahhead

    March 10, 2015, 10:32 pm

    1. Fairly pro as a concept, but in practice...not so sure

    The treaty will mean that lots of legislation that is irrelevant to parts of Europe will be passed and become law in countries where it will have no beneficial or a detrimental effect. Also, it erodes neutrality, by forcing nations into common defence treaties. This could force smaller nations to increase their military spends.

    2. In England, possibly fairly anti at the moment, but whether that is a backlash against the Labour government + increased bureaucracy over the last 12 years is another question. Across Europe, I would imagine it is fairly popular, but I don't know enough to really be sure.

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  • 12bar

    12bar

    March 10, 2015, 6:05 pm

    i'm damn near 60 and used do a whole lot of networking, automation, training and even technical writing about IT. now, while not completely lost, i find it's easier to not keep up with the industry like i once did and just let professionals handle any major issues. it's not that i (we) are incapable, or even disinterested, it's just that by the time you get to this age, other things become more important. from a time standpoint, something has to give. and if determining the arcane advantages of one scripting language over another is what has to go, then that's just the way it is. btw, i still get lots of folks coming to me to help them with their computer problems. i will offer this, though...bluetooth earpieces look colossally stupid at any age.

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  • Tinidril

    Tinidril

    March 10, 2015, 10:52 am

    While I agree with you that controls on many drugs should be loosened, your post is completely insane.

    We already have a big problem with people taking antibiotics who don't need them. That leads to anti-biotic resistance, which is a disaster. Someone without a medical education is simply not qualified to determine when antibiotics are called for, and what anti-biotic should be used. Do you know how to tell the difference between a bacterial infection and a viral infection?

    But while a medical education is needed, it doesn't require an MD. Physician assistants and nurse practitioners are both able to prescribe antibiotics.

    Libertarian ideology has some good points, and I am sure that society could benefit from learning them. But stuff like this really strikes at credibility. Do your ideology a favor and choose your battles.

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  • tinnedtuna

    tinnedtuna

    March 10, 2015, 10:40 pm

    When I was younger I used to see what I thought were ghosts, it was mainly family that I hadn't met but it upset my mum if i mentioned it so I never did. Then by the time I was about 5 it all stopped.

    From 11yrs old to about 12year old, I used to get premonitions in my dreams, just major events such as people dying / car crashes, to people close to me, I had around 3 of these, all in the same format. Dreaming, black and almost like photographs in a slide show go past. With info, for example I see my uncle lying dead in his front garden, then a lawnmower, then a digital clock 11:38. My mum also dreamed that he died that night. About a month later, he died while cutting his front garden from a heart attack... We still talk about this from time to time.

    Anyway, when I was about 20 or 21. Perfectly asleep, wake up and roll over, its middle of night and almost pitch black, just some light from my digital clock on other side of room. I think I see someone sitting in the corner of my smallish room. They are crouched down with their back to me. I rub my eyes thinking Im imagining something. Shes still there, I say "Mum?" because at first I thought it was her, no idea how she got in my room and closed the door. I was calm. When the person turns looks straight at me and points right at me, I realise its not my mum. I was completely freaked and kicked my duvet out at the woman and as it passed through her she disappeared instantly. Very freaky, and I got a sense that it was a girls mother (who I was arranging to date) that I had never met that I was very interested in at the time who had died a few years before (i never seen a photo online msn / phone relationship etc.) Sorry I tried to tell 3 stories in one!

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  • threwitaway

    threwitaway

    March 10, 2015, 7:08 pm

    it's an odd beast. I do think it serves a useful purpose, namely allowing a company to raise money by selling shares in itself. problem is, once the shares are out there it is a sort of casino. the pretense is that trading allows for price discovery, to value the shares appropriately, but like most every useful institution man has created, it doesn't take long before it's gamed and distorted to the point of being nearly unrecognizable, all in the name of squeezing a bit more out of it for yourself.

    of course, you can help insulate yourself from the day to day machinations by avoiding individual stocks and investing for the long run, though if you started in 2000 you might be wondering why 9 years doesn't qualify for "the long run"...

    one thing I've learned: the most sure fire way to make money in the stock market is to start one of the companies that sells those shares to the market in the first place.

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  • sempuki

    sempuki

    March 10, 2015, 6:25 pm

    To be honest, living in Asia and now Europe, things between the sexes feel simpler than in north America. It's not a big deal for women to say they like dick, and not a big deal for men considerate that they are not the center of the universe.

    I think if we all just got over ourselves a bit more, were a bit more honest with ourselves, and got out and had experiences with each other, things would be more healthy.

    Then again, it's my theory that in more social-minded countries, people trust each other more because society, backed by laws and social programs, take better care of each other. It's less about what you can take from other people, so you move past taking into more giving.

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  • perspctv

    perspctv

    March 10, 2015, 5:27 pm

    False choice. Capitulation vs bratty 13 y/o's. Example - look at Krugman's writing.

    You can resolutely advocate for your position without calling those who disagree with you 'Nazis'.

    It doesn't have to be one extreme or the other.

    The real problem is that despite all the language and lip service ... at the end of the day too many vote with the ones that have contributed the most to their re-election campaign coffers.

    380 million thus far from the health related industry [insurance companies, big Pharma and large hospital chains] ... loosing 6 lobbyists for every single legislator to stymie and water down a robust public option.

    Money talks and constituents suffer - 45,000 deaths/year due to lack of insurance. Folks without insurance don't have a well funded lobby.

    Many people listened to candidate Obama's rhetoric and his promises ...

    from the Obama '08 campaign document, "Barack Obama's Plan for a Healthy America":

    "The Obama plan both builds upon and improves our current insurance system, upon which most Americans continue to rely, and leaves Medicare intact for older and disabled Americans. The Obama plan also addresses the large gaps in coverage that leave 45 million Americans uninsured. Specifically, the Obama plan will: (1) establish a new public insurance program available to Americans who neither qualify for Medicaid or SCHIP nor have access to insurance through their employers, as well as to small businesses that want to offer insurance to their employees; (2) make available the National Health Insurance Exchange to help Americans and businesses that want to purchase private health insurance directly; (3) require all employers to contribute towards health coverage for their employees; (4) mandate all children have health care coverage; (5) expand Medicaid and SCHIP to cover more of the least well-off among us; and (6) allow state flexibility for state health reform plans."

    We need to act like adults. Not cowering 6 year olds. [I don't think we have shown spine sufficient to be rated as immature, rebellious teenagers].

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  • ScribeVibe

    ScribeVibe

    March 10, 2015, 6:52 am

    > I like how society places zero pressure whatsoever on women to perform well in bed

    That's just patently false. There are two sides to every story - you're only acknowledging one here.

    For example, if women don't orgasm from penetration alone, we are considered somehow broken, defective - even though this describes the majority of women. I can't orgasm from penetration alone, but I know my man wants me to, as I imagine most men would like their partners to; so I feel pressure, as I imagine most women in my boat do, that we should be able to do this. That pressure is very frustrating and can be demoralizing, I can tell you first-hand.

    There's also an *incredible* amount of pressure on women to fulfill men's sexual fantasies, to keep sex new and fresh *for men*. The reverse? Not so much. Men aren't expected to cater to women's sexual fantasies nearly as much as women are expected to cater to men's. He wants the threesome, he wants anal, and so on and so forth. If she wants to peg him, if she wants an MMF threesome, her partner is probably going to be a lot less compliant than she is expected to be for him, and that's OK as far as society is concerned; man's sexual fantasies are king.

    Then there's the whole 'you better keep your man sexually satisfied or he'll just get it somewhere else thing'. This fear has been drilled into women's heads since time immemorial; into men's heads, not so much. No, it's always been perceived as a woman's job to keep her man from straying by meeting his every sexual need, while the reverse has simply never been nearly as true.

    Oh, and how could I have forgotten: the whole faking orgasms thing! Clearly evidence that there is no sexual pressure put on women ;)

    Throughout human history, the focus has almost entirely been on man's sexual pleasure. It's only been in recent years that society (a portion of it, anyway) has come to believe that women's pleasure might be important, too, and that maybe men should be as concerned with pleasing women as women have been expected - pressured - to be concerned with keeping men pleased since the dawn of time.

    Men are under pressure to perform well in bed, yes, (though that's a relatively recent pressure, since the idea that a woman's pleasure is in any way important is a relatively new one). But to suggest that women aren't operating under their own unique set of pressures, and have been since the world began, is just plain bullshit (though sure to be a very popular notion on reddit).

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  • shady8x

    shady8x

    March 10, 2015, 9:57 pm

    >Did I say women are the all time victims?

    uhhhh

    >In fisrt world,3rd world,every where.It's worldwide. They can't beat a guy up.In all centuries and places they have always been phycically weaker than men. I'm pretty much into" women should learn to phycically defend themselves".**But lets face the fact that women can't phycically beat men**

    yes, you did.

    >By nature men has more physical strench and are taller and bigger than women.If you are saying this isn't so,then I have to go and find a source .

    By nature men have balls. I don't mean that in the way that they are daring. I mean that in the way that if you hit a man in the balls, that man isn't getting up for a few minutes...

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  • citizenmouse

    citizenmouse

    March 10, 2015, 4:08 pm

    Well I can definitely understand where you are coming from on that. The way I see it, I either trust someone or I don't, though. There aren't many people in the world who I do trust, either. But of course, not everyone feels, or even should feel this way about it.

    I've not had anyone cheat on me, to my knowledge, but I have had some other bad relationship experiences.

    But a couple of pregnancy scares later with my s/o, I am taking the depo provera shot as birth control. No chance to miss pills, no need to use a condom. Also, it will hopefully help alleviate my PMDD symptoms, but that's a different discussion all together.

    I must commend you though, for having some common sense and taking responsibility for your actions. It would be a fucked up situation to get into, but it's a risk we all run.

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  • 77_65_65_64

    77_65_65_64

    March 10, 2015, 9:10 pm

    Get this, I was their computer repair tech...making 9 bucks an hour. And they wanted me to try to sell people the most ridiculous shit that I pretty much couldn't without it really hitting my conscience. For example this woman walked in asking where she could buy win-zip. After a brief internal facepalm I told her about win-rar and how free software is the way to go, MGR wouldn't have been happy had he seen it. I mean c'mon...we charge 50 bucks for a defrag mixed with virus scan, and then we charge 75 just to remove the viruses...

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  • completesub

    completesub

    March 11, 2015, 8:38 am

    I know. It is really, really hard for some people to get, and I understand that.

    I think it is just a matter of personality. I grew up around a couple of very dysfunctional relationships where love and touch were rarely, if ever, demonstrated. Growing up I think I always strived to show people the love that I never saw when I was young.

    Then the fact that I am in a job that requires me to make a million decisions a day, manage people and basically be a hard ass. When I come home at night, I have someone who I can shower with love who shows me that same caring back, and I do not have to be a the powerful manager that I sometimes have to be 8-10 hours a day. As much as I hate Dr. Phil, my girlfriend once told me that he said something about home and your mate being "a soft place to fall" and that has always seemed like a good term for it.

    The shortest was to say it is: It is easy. I am with someone I love and trust who takes all pressure off of me, who lets me a complete stereotype of a loving female and shower him with love, affection, and everything I have without any judgement. And after being sweet, he is a monster in bed, and the dichotomy between the softness and the pure animal need is incredible.

    I could type about why all day, but I think I covered the basics in my mind. :)

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  • havesometea1

    havesometea1

    March 10, 2015, 10:14 pm

    >America's own rightful place in the world depends in large part upon how fully these and similar rights have been carried into practice for all our citizens. For unless there is security here at home there cannot be lasting peace in the world. One of the great American industrialists of our day -- a man who has rendered yeoman service to his country in this crisis -- recently emphasized the grave dangers of "rightist reaction" in this Nation. Any clear-thinking business men share that (his) concern. Indeed, if such reaction should develop -- if history were to repeat itself and we were to return to the so-called "normalcy" of the 1920's -- then it is certain that even though we shall have conquered our enemies on the battlefields abroad, we shall have yielded to the spirit of fascism here at home.

    How right he was about this.

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