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  • AlpineKyle

    AlpineKyle

    March 10, 2015, 6:32 pm

    I really like open games if the developers spend enough time to make the whole world interesting. I enjoy the exploring aspect if there is something to be found. GTA4 was a huge dissapointment for the simple fact that most buildings were just generic blocks. Fallout 3 blew me away in the aspect of details, you could be wandering in the middle of nowhere and find a house you could enter, and in that house there's a painting on the wall that's nowhere else in the game. Of the hundreds of houses in FO3 I never felt like I entered the same house twice.

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  • kulomi

    kulomi

    March 11, 2015, 6:10 am

    Thanks about that. You'll see more mistakes in my writing as I reply people here :) About your question, I'm from Thailand and I'm studying in bioengineering. Well, before I came to the US, I rarely known anything outside my country. People who got the same scholarship as me usually go to either the US or some countries in Europe. So I had two choices. The picture of Europe in my head back then was like old, classic, peaceful countries... something like that. The US in my head was like.. a big, modern, challenging country. And I thought that it suited my personality better. So I picked here... :)

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  • DirtyBinLV

    DirtyBinLV

    March 10, 2015, 11:27 pm

    I'm an American that has always thought curling was a cool game. I play on a bocce team, which is very similar to curling (with slightly lower beer consumption). When I was working in Ontario, I got the chance to mess around on a curling sheet for a bit. Holy crap is it difficult. I consider my experience a success because I didn't split my head open. I didn't even come close to getting a rock to stop near the "house".

    My friends and I are trying to organize a game of kickball cricket.

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  • powatom

    powatom

    March 10, 2015, 6:43 pm

    It does not always kill you instantly. In fact people break their necks all the time and survive, but these things *may* happen:

    Severing of the spinal column to the brain (pretty much instant death if that happens).

    Severing of the jugular (quick death from massive blood loss and loss of oxygen to the brain).

    Severing of the wind-pipe (death by suffocation).

    Internal trauma / bleeding.

    Shock (can cause a heart attack which may lead to death).

    It's a pretty nasty thing to break, all told! It all depends on how it happened and which way the neck breaks.

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  • radoslav87

    radoslav87

    March 11, 2015, 4:28 am

    since the other guy didn't, i'll answer these as an ex employee of garlic jims and papa johns.

    1 people tipped all over the place. yes, there were bad houses, and good houses, and we knew of a certain place in particular. we would often fight to or not to deliver to a certain house.

    2 yes, at both restaurants. better at garlic jims.

    3 free pizza all the time

    4 a single pint of ice cream. to a large naked man. LARGE

    5 yes

    6 just applied. not under the table. although i didn't report tips at garlic jims.

    7 who fucking cares

    8 i can flip a pizza dough like noone's business. but-that never came in handy (surprisingly)

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  • disembedded

    disembedded

    March 10, 2015, 9:27 am

    “Fruitless Efforts: Fruit of the Womb” is a humorously deranged 4-min. animated short film that follows a day in the life of Mr. Apple, an average fruity little guy trying to hold down a job, have some friends and just live his life in peace like normal apple-peoples supposedly do. But Apple’s surrounded by a small group of demented fruits, all living on the same creepy, predator-like tree. Apple’s efforts to make it to work on time turns into into a bizarre series of fast-paced phallocentric outbursts along the way. “That’s All Folks!”

    Includes a number of colorful illustrations and the daffy animated short, “Fruitless Efforts: Fruit of the Womb.”

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  • jugalator

    jugalator

    March 10, 2015, 11:24 pm

    I didn't come to satisfy a menstruation blood fetish, expecting a blood smeared lady when I saw the title. I expected a normal article about reasonably sane people. I'm unsure why it's a weak point to feel disgust by shit, puke, semen, or blood smeared people, and rather feel it is an intellectual act worth of praise. To me, it's nothing about the sexual stigma in this particular case, but all about smearing your lips with bodily fluids like a fucking psycho.

    If people won't listen to these creeps when they try to talk to others about them without these idiotic images, then it's because they aren't interested. Sure, this is getting our attention, but is it the right kind of attention?

    Having said that, I can talk about menstruation easily, and sometimes do with my girlfriend out of necessity. But I prefer to do that without having her smear her menstruation blood on her lips. I am quite unsure of the, uh, artistic quality in that message.

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  • ddigby

    ddigby

    March 10, 2015, 8:57 pm

    What I am saying is that you don't do barebones or whitebox, but Dell, HP, etc. I know you're looking to maximize your margins, but I think the way to succeed in a boutique style business is to charge big bucks AND offer name brand.

    You will get people who have money, and people who want to look like they have money. Your two markets are Paris Hilton, and dudes with $2000 dollar rims on a $500 dollar car. The goal for both is conspicuous consumption. Price isn't a barrier to the first type, and may even be a motivator to the second. Buy a $600 Dell, customize it, and resell it at $1200.

    Also, think about price points:

    * Low/moderate cost: Cool designs that you continually produce as demand requires.

    * Moderate/high cost: You buy exclusive rights from the artist and only produce X units of a given design.

    * High cost: One-of-a-kinds

    * Higher cost: Commissions

    Also, I kind of hinted at it above, but I would, at some point look at figuring out how to make your own replacement cases out of unique materials. I'm thinking there are some hippies out there who would love a bamboo MacBook. Tooled leather and Swarovski crystal come to mind as well. These things may require real craftsmen to do well, but you should be able to charge appropriately.

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  • gnoah0

    gnoah0

    March 10, 2015, 4:09 pm

    C's simplicity *is* its language merit.

    Do you understand how "arrays" are implemented in C? You're not going to get much simpler than that.

    There's a tendency in people who aren't systems programmers to discount the effect that complexity has on a language. FWIW people were making the same arguments you are now in the 70s. However, C was simple available and easy to port and that's why it won out over "better" languages.

    Have you ever implemented a programming language from the ground up or ported a compiler? Try it once with a simple C compiler(try lcc or kenc) and then try it with a non-"broken" simple language(like scheme) . Then you'll see the difference.

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  • JonnyBeanBag

    JonnyBeanBag

    March 10, 2015, 10:13 am

    Mine, in no particular order:

    Stress

    Disappointments/let-downs

    Poor diet

    Lack of exercise.

    Just got out of the hospital today after a pretty good relapse.

    You have to identify your triggers and be diligent about sticking to a plan that either distracts you from the hurt, or makes you feel good i.e., sex, exercise, good food etc.

    The trick is to be good about sticking to it, and not getting lazy and falling into relapse.

    I'm right here in the hurt with all you guys...hang in there. It gets better. :)

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  • Fr0C

    Fr0C

    March 10, 2015, 1:41 pm

    It depends on what the IAmA is supposed to be about. If they tell us, it's a bout the person. If they don't, it's about the job/whatever. Two very different discussions, don't you think?

    Sometimes it's more interesting if they remain anonymous. The answers can be more honest because the person doesn't have to worry about it making the tabloids or otherwise affecting her/his career. Even "ordinary" Redditors often use throwaway accounts so their answers can't be connected to their normal nick, for the same reason.

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