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  • delayclose

    delayclose

    March 11, 2015, 6:30 am

    1. I'm pro EU in the sense that I can remember what it was like before; there's no question that the quality of life has improved a lot. That said, I'm not sure about whether we're handling the expansion of EU and of EU power right, and I'm somewhat worried about how far removed the decision making power in EU is from the voting public. Thus far they've been a mostly benevolent dictatorship, so I believe, but the lack of visibility concerns me. It's disheartening that they have to pervert the democratic process simply because they haven't been able to make the voters see and understand what they're doing.

    2. No idea. I don't think I've ever talked about EU politics on Reddit before.

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  • 1337meat

    1337meat

    March 10, 2015, 6:44 pm

    this is true. I really can't remember where I learned about this, I honestly think it might have been one of those "science of sex" shows or maybe the karma sutra or something, but it discussed the relationship between orgasm and shallow breathing / tightening of chest, neck, and stomach muscles. I began experimenting with focusing on deep breathing and relaxing my upper body muscles, and was totally shocked at the difference in control I experienced. I noticed that whenever I'd get too drawn into the sex and forget to control breathing, I'd start feeling overstimulated again, which signaled an alarm in my mind and snapped me out of it and I'd realize I needed to start deep breathing. It works.

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  • PathogensQuest

    PathogensQuest

    March 10, 2015, 12:32 pm

    This is spot on. I went through a similar transition. However, my disbelief didn't really solidify until I stepped away from the church in order to take a "time out". I have similar reactions when I explain to the guys at work (interestingly they're all atheists) the more in-depth doctrine of the Mormon religion.

    It's somewhat weird when I think that I've spent so much time being a part of that organization understanding how far outside of it I really am. This isn't a knock on Mormons at all. They're no different that any other group that allows themselves to believe ridiculous shit. Hell, I almost convinced myself to go back because it would have made my family happy.

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  • pubjames

    pubjames

    March 11, 2015, 3:10 am

    My advice is:

    a) Put most of your effort into becoming the best photographer you possibly can. Be undeniably good. Be supercritical of you work - if an image has the tiny flaw in your opinion, it should not be good enough.

    b) Voluteer to work for free for the best photographer you can find. Aim high with this, try to get someone famous if you can. You'll have to win their respect - one way to do this is if you manage to meet them and they are skeptical, ask them to ask you for a particular image, then bust your balls to make that image and then show it to them a few days later.

    c) Ignore people giving you business advice at this stage, just aim to become a truly great photographer. If you do that, then the next steps will come naturally.

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  • big80smullet

    big80smullet

    March 11, 2015, 4:11 am

    > Take her to the shopping center - trust me - she will be both flabbergasted and amazed at the stuff you sell over there.

    um no. we have shopping centres or malls as you call them and you can get basically everything you could ever want here. I spend alot of time in the states and i can honestly say the only things that have ever flabbergasted me are the serving sizes at mcdonalds

    > With the Aussie dollar so good at the moment, she will buy clothes etc she can't get over here.

    this is true. Things are much cheaper in the states

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  • Reddithetic

    Reddithetic

    March 10, 2015, 4:12 pm

    this is one of those dumb magazine "studies" that sounds a lot more scientific than it really is- ignore that data- it's bullshit. Hundreds of years of martial arts proves otherwise - it's only *after* you have a good stretch(from years of stretching) that you can play with not stretching out first- it's an advanced technique and will injure a beginner.

    A good middle ground is a warmup before stretching.. this is not a full bore exercise, this is just a little something to raise the body temperature so your stretching comes easier. It's stupid to work out full bore without stretching first. Very stupid. It's also much harder to stretch when you are cold if you don't have a good stretch.

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  • almodozo

    almodozo

    March 10, 2015, 4:25 pm

    Yes, it's the people who have sex with children who are the real victims here. They are persecuted just like the Jews were, when all they did was ... um ... have sex with children.

    I've read that this is one of the biggest hurdles for therapists treating pedophiles who got into legal trouble over acting on their desires and sexually assaulting children. This instantaneous and dogged way in which they reverse the roles, where they skip past the responsibility for their actions by claiming the victim status for themselves any way they can.

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  • Gareth321

    Gareth321

    March 10, 2015, 12:54 pm

    I think men tend to need solitude more than women. Personally, I need some time out every day from the world (including my partner). She is just the opposite, and seems to thrive on my company. This story is repeated ad infinitum in my friend circles. My girlfriend understands because I've explained it clearly to her, though she admits she doesn't "get it". I think the girlfriends and wives out there that refuse to accept that their boyfriends and husbands might think a little differently to themselves cause a lot of issues.

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  • Leprecon

    Leprecon

    March 10, 2015, 11:05 am

    Aren't taste and smell the same thing ?

    Haven't you ever mildly tasted something before it entered your mouth ?

    Also, you are lucky. If I had to discard one of my senses, it would be smell. I wouldn't even have to think about it. I'm not saying it doesn't suck, but its just the sense you can most easily live without. I would probably prefer not being able to smell over colourblindness.

    Edit: >I'm also colourblind but at least I kind of know what it's like being able to see a whole range of colour after trying LSD. It was quite an experience.

    Damn ... I suck pretty bad.

    Anyways, my girlfriend is colourblind and she told me that once when she did alot of weed, she actually saw new colours. (she didn't know she was colourblind when she said this) I always said I would one day try to get her high, and then have her do colourblindness tests.

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  • Peaker

    Peaker

    March 10, 2015, 6:20 pm

    No, it may make you further from the sun, too. It really depends exactly where the sun is at that time.

    Also, if you were capable of adding more and more chairs, and you actually went closer to the sun, you'd reach the sun. The limit is in how many chairs you can add.

    As opposed to a genetic algorithm -- the more copying entities you add on which a selection function is applied, the more computing power it has. There really is no limit to the amount of computing power you can add this way, it is pretty much infinitely scalable (although if it is exactly the same selection function everywhere, you'll get boring results. In Earth, the selection function is pretty different in different places and itself is shaped by the evolutionary process).

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  • bidule7

    bidule7

    March 10, 2015, 11:00 am

    something not as funny/drastic happened to me some weeks ago -- saw a girl entering my building just before me, and I saw her go inside the lift just as I was passing the entry doors. The lift is an old one, you open the door and there's a grid you have to move as well. So, she entered the lift, closed the grid, and the door was slowly closing. I opened the lift's door just a little bit too quickly :) (I was sure I just had missed the lift!) and there was then a very odd moment, with her just frozen, looking at me weirdly. I mumbled something about going up, all the while realizing I had scarred the hell out of her. She opened the grid and just left (!)... so, sorry about that!

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  • malcontent

    malcontent

    March 10, 2015, 10:10 am

    >As someone who had to commute from Jefferson Park to Evanston, I wholeheartedly disagree with you

    Well I lived downtown and traveled outward so it was sweet for me.

    >My biggest issue (and it's a big one) is that the light rail system has no outer loop..

    When I lived there people were complaining about how the mass transit system wasn't making money. I was thinking "you fucking idiots, don't think of it as a profit center".

    I don't think they are going to get an outer loop anytime soon.

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  • rubygeek

    rubygeek

    March 11, 2015, 1:51 am

    I'm assuming you're talking about national assembly elections rather than presidential elections (though France has first past the post voting in the presidential race, which encourages smaller parties as well, because voting for a third party most of the time at worst means there'll be a second vote between the two top contenders but it has little impact outside of that).

    The reason there are more than two parties in the National Assembly is mainly because of large regional differences combined with election alliances - the major parties on the left and right effectively form two blocks during elections, and negotiate which seats each party will contest so that the actual number of candidates for each seat that has any chance of getting elected is still very small. This still means large distortions with the winning block often taking the vast majority of seats despite often not even getting a majority of the votes because of smaller parties that are not part of the alliances.

    The election alliance model is of course possible to copy in the US, but for that to happen a third party would first need to get enough traction to be a realistic threat to one of the other parties, and be willing to "ruin" at least one election to prove the point and make one of the major parties sit at a negotiating table regarding an election alliance.

    It's more likely to work if a faction in one of the major parties decide to leave en masse.

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  • malcontent

    malcontent

    March 10, 2015, 5:08 pm

    >Exclusive linux user both @home and in the office, and even I'm embarassed by your unabashed fanboyism in this thread.

    Why would I care?

    >The linux desktop is THERE for someone who just needs to check email and surf the web, and also for the power user. However it lacks necessary polish as far as the moderately-skilled user who needs to do something even as simple as configure their printer/scanner.

    No office user is going to configure their own printer or scanner.

    >I can't count the times since switching that I've had to install this package or that package, or modify this other package to get a little bit of functionality that I had enjoyed on windows w/o any configuration.

    And I can't count the number of times I wasn't able to get some piece of software on windows that runs on linux without getting into a car, driving to a store, and paying for it.

    >But its just not ready for joe office worker to pick up and use.

    Why not? As I said the office user isn't going to be setting up their own printer, they certainly won't be allowed to install software willy nilly.

    Chances are they are going to get a locked up desktop or even a Xterm. It's perfect for the office.

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  • themusicgod1

    themusicgod1

    March 10, 2015, 8:00 pm

    When I first played final fantasy, I grinded up to level 5 before garland, level 10 before the pirates, at least level 15 before the next boss...I think I was narrowing in on level 20 before I realized what a ridiculous amount of time I was putting in for how little performance increase...that's the amount of dedication and just sheer attractive addictiveness I had towards that game...

    That was then... now I haven't played in probably a decade, and I just played NES for the first time in 7 years I'm sure...I miss the old 8 bit systems, and I wish I could go back and play FF1/4.

    I guess it'd be marginally more useful than spending my time on reddit not really doing anything...

    Ultima ]|[ as already mentioned would be a close second though. That game was extremely well done for its time.

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  • BiggerBalls

    BiggerBalls

    March 10, 2015, 7:22 am

    I've never used Rosetta Stone so I don't know how it teaches you, but I've heard that it is very very good.

    As far as giving it away for free, I don't know if this is a very good business model. Even free open-source projects like Firefox rely heavily on big-player revenue (e.g., Google paid Mozilla $52 million in 2005 to set Google as the default web browser). I'm not saying this to discourage you because I think its a great idea, but perhaps you can find some way to license the content (such as government contracts). This would allow you to provide the material for free to underdeveloped countries and sell it to municipalities where money is not an issue.

    Disclaimer: I do not own my own business.

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  • danduran

    danduran

    March 11, 2015, 3:24 am

    Everyone does it differently, bro. When I was younger, we'd begin with words, then play and play until something seemed to click.

    When we got better at composing, I'd often come up with the riffs/melodies first, then have to shoehorn in some words - I find this way the most difficult, to be honest.

    Sometimes it works to work out an entire backing piece that works with or without vocals, then try to layer something which improves on it.

    Nowadays I generally start with a chord progression or backing riff, find a verse, then see where the melody seems to want to go in order to get a prechorus/chorus. Sometimes I'll have something in mind, then when I go to record it (I don't bother with live anymroe),the arrangement suggests something different entirely.

    So yeah, everyone does it differently. You can hear how my so-called techniques work at radioovermoscow.com (shameless, I know).

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