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  • njm

    njm

    March 10, 2015, 11:42 am

    Dynamic global variables are dynamically scoped variables... i.e. variables with the same semantics as those in Emacs Lisp (and other older Lisps), where scope is determined by the call stack rather than the lexical environment. Common Lisp offers both these as well as lexically scoped variables (which are default).

    And while CLOS is idiosyncratic to Common Lisp, I think the OP is referring to the _semantics_ of CLOS (multiple dispatch, the MOP, etc.), which are much more language neutral.

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  • completesub

    completesub

    March 11, 2015, 4:25 am

    We both have fairly high-paying, important jobs.

    And I am very liberal, as is he.

    As for feminism, I think of course, it was and is needed. I do, however, think that modern day life has created a crisis for the genders and that men AND women are confused and afraid to ask for what they want or need for fear of being ridiculed. That's not exactly a new thing, but it is en vogue to claim that all people and genders are the same and should be treated in the exact same way and that simply is not true.

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  • Chyndonax

    Chyndonax

    March 10, 2015, 5:35 pm

    >For the charge of hindering prosecution to stand, the prosecutor/cops must show that they were sending messages specifically to individuals as they were engaged in illegal/criminal acts,

    I agree with you but this part is wrong. Hindering prosecution can take place during or after the illegal activity. Possibly before but that would be really hard to prove, maybe even impossible.

    It also does not necessarily involve sending information to the person suspected of a crime. Helping witnesses avoid questioning when the specific intent is to stop police from investigating a crime would also qualify.

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  • 808140

    808140

    March 10, 2015, 12:06 pm

    Here's an easy way for you to differentiate them:

    data Foo a = Bar a

    You will only ever see `Foo` in a type signature. You will *never* see `Bar` in a type signature, only in code. In that sense, their namespaces are totally different. You use `Bar` for things like pattern matching. So you might see something like:

    xyzzy :: Foo Integer -> Integer

    xyzzy (Bar 5) = 12

    xyzzy (Bar x) = -x + 5

    I think it's pretty common for newbies to be confused when someone writes `data Foo a = Foo a`. I remember when I first started with Haskell I made a point of giving the type constructors and data constructors different names for a few weeks because of that confusion. But after a bit you start to want to pattern match using the same name (i.e. `Foo`) because in a lot of situations it makes the code look cleaner.

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  • temujin64

    temujin64

    March 10, 2015, 10:13 am

    >Huh. That's funny. I grew up in an area where I had to keep my disbelief to myself because it was completely disrespected.

    This is getting ridiculous, the whole purpose of the video in question and from what I can see in your remark is that atheists are attempting to victimise themselves. I find this ironic, because comments made to me by atheists have been vile in a manner that if a member of another religion had made them they would be considered sectarian remarks, but if an atheist had made them, well then that's okay, people will accept that, in fact they'll pat him on the back for being 'brave'. Over here in Europe, being a theist isn't easy as you might think, people are constantly assaulting your beliefs, it's not easy being a Catholic, especially in more recent times. But we don't whine about it and attempt to victimise ourselves to a point where political correctness will shelter us, we get on with it.

    >This is repulsive because you basically break this down such that you are required to believe in some religion or another or else you are just spiteful. Why can't you just accept a 'none of the above' option?

    Don't believe me? Then I dare you to visit r/Catholicism and see how many posts there are that directly intend to insult atheism or any other religions. And I am perfectly willing to accept someone who wants to go for the 'none of the above' option, that's no problem. What grinds my gears is people who are not content with none of the above, but who want to 'rid the above'

    Edit= Additional information

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  • myaccountname

    myaccountname

    March 11, 2015, 3:40 am

    I have had a mess of jobs, I am not trying to confuse gross with bad but, nothing at these jobs had any sort of redeeming feature, the people were miserable and the hours and pay sucked, at least they were only summer jobs. These are my highlights.

    * A slaughter house squeegee guy - I had to push/sweep blood and muck into the drainage system, then clear the drainage system, 10 hour shifts, I've been around more blood than Dexter.

    * Water Reclamation Plant monitoring - I had to clear certain traps of used condoms, tampons, all sorts of slurry

    * I did clean up after a company spilled its toxic sick in a lake, pulled dead deer, fish, birds, all sorts of rotting rubbish out of a lake then incinerated it.

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  • moriya

    moriya

    March 10, 2015, 6:30 am

    I don't own a car, don't use cars, actually have a bit of a grudge against cars due to the grandiose sense of entitlement toward slower vehicles (us), pedestrians, and generally anything that inconveniences drivers, while at the same time managing to be completely incompetent behind the wheel. Not to mention the unbelievable price tag of owning a car.

    I do own a motorcycle, and use it for longer trips and hauling things (you can haul amazing things with a 6 pack of bungees and a little creativity). Or at least, I own*ed* a motorcycle until just this past friday when I was rear-ended by one of the aforementioned drivers and totalled my bike. Did I mention I hate cars?

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  • podperson

    podperson

    March 10, 2015, 2:58 pm

    > That's because the law can say, and often does say nonsense

    From your post to which I originally replied.

    The law doesn't say nonsense (if you _really_ want to be pedantic -- the law doesn't SAY anything, the law is what legislators have written), laws comprise definitions of terms and procedures that apply in specific contexts (e.g. who may legally drive a car, what process you must undertake to obtain a driver's license). Its definitions may often not match the commonly understood definitions of those terms. This is the essence of "jargon".

    It's up to others to judge who has remained on point.

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  • AsmaClementine

    AsmaClementine

    March 11, 2015, 2:17 am

    That's what makes it so hard. That company was sooo good to me. I can't really explain it to other people because they seem set in the notion that you are never going to be able to enjoy your job. But I did.

    Since they could not prove I had stolen anything (if anything had in fact been stolen, it was off camera) they filed it as a cash handling discrepancy...which made it hard to find a new job. I wound up going with the only place that called me back...Subway.

    I hate it. I feel like I have no dignity, everyday I'm at work I hold my breath and am just waiting to go home.

    I've thought about trying to apply at Starbucks again....I know I would have to go to a store outside of this DM's control, as she had a major hand in their decision to fire me, and didn't like me much anyway.

    Reading this helped actually...thank you.

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  • cspearow

    cspearow

    March 10, 2015, 7:53 am

    Education is far more important than health care.

    Most kids will make it to age 18 without significant health care. It's usually at later ages when serious health issues start. So if you give a kid a good education, he can be a productive adult, and then he can pay for his own health care. If he can't manage to earn a living as an adult, then he is not useful to the nation, and it doesn't matter if he gets health care or not.

    Education, on the other hand, is crucial at an early age. If a kid isn't educated, then he will be a burden on society, and nothing will fix that later.

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  • timeshifter_

    timeshifter_

    March 11, 2015, 8:42 am

    My issue with the stock market can be represented as such: a small manufacturing company with high morale, competitive salaries and benefits for all employees, and an impressive profit beyond material costs decides to go public. They get a nice little cash injection from selling shares. Then, material costs go up. As a result, profits go down. *Nothing in the company has changed.* How many shareholder are going to see PROFIT MARGIN WENT DOWN and abandon ship? Then what happens to the company? Ya know.. the people still doing their jobs, still with competitive salaries and benefits.. what happens when all the shareholders decide to sell?

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  • JPOnion

    JPOnion

    March 11, 2015, 1:49 am

    >At some level, you really did believe it, didn't you?

    No, not one second. Why? Because I've seen too many people claim this, to me personally and on the national stage, and not one of them has even come close to being anything other than delusional or a fraud. You were no different because you gave *no* evidence that you were anything other than delusional or a fraud, and now that it's done, you're only reinforcing it.

    Of course you won't tell who it was. I never expected you would. The only thing I was curious about was how you'd worm your way out of it once you *were* proven false. And now we know.

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  • rek

    rek

    March 11, 2015, 5:58 am

    Sounds like you have it under control. Really the main reason I'd be interested in this shot isn't distrust, but instead the fact that a lot of girls don't like other forms of birth control - either because they just "don't like" them or because they make them feel sick. My ex started taking the pill but it made her never want to have sex, defeating the purpose. The patch has in my experience worked better but girls don't particularly love that one either.

    I don't mind being the one to take something, be it a pill/patch/shot/whatever, if it means I can more openly have sex with someone I love. The love part being key, as obviously I'd still want to use a condom with anyone I didn't trust at least a very good amount. No harm in being double covered though ;)

    I still think trust is very important and that you need to be able to trust people to a good extent. I just don't think there's such a thing as being *too* safe, you can't trust everyone with everything especially when things are somewhat out of their control (even a .3% failure rate effects .3% of people).

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