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  • masklinn

    masklinn

    March 10, 2015, 6:56 pm

    > The right to counsel is an outgrowth of the right to a fair trial and really more of a comment on the fuckupery and nonsensical nature of our overly complicated and poorly understood legal system than anything else.

    And in this case it would be an outgrowth of the right to health, and really more of a comment on the fuckupery and nonsensical nature of our overly complicated and poorly understood biological makeup than anything else.

    > A lawyer is paid in full and the burden is simply and only on the taxpayer.

    That's plain and simply false. Before public defenders (which were established during the 60s) courts ordered young attorneys to defend indigents *pro bono* and public defenders now are paid nowhere near "full rate". Unless the public defenders's office is a governmental agency, in which case public defenders are on the same pay scale as prosecutors (which still is generally bellow that of the private sector). The only public defenders's office which compares favorably to the private sector is the Federal Public Defender offices.

    TL;DR, you're so full of shit you're bursting at the seams.

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  • CapoNumen

    CapoNumen

    March 10, 2015, 10:33 pm

    You see the thing about the bait and switch game is the public option was the BAIT. Now that you have given them a super majority you get ONLY the switch, and that is going to cost you trillions for absolutely nothing in return.

    Obama is going to sign it with a big shit eating grin on his face, and then move on to the mother of all ripoffs in the form of the so called global warming legislation. Which in reality is nothing but the largest tax increase in the history of the world, and naturally will have no effect on climate in any shape or form.

    Thanks for playing SUCKERS!

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  • fuzzybunn

    fuzzybunn

    March 11, 2015, 8:20 am

    Youtube comment:

    > Lady GaGa was manufactured by Miss Germanotta to do two things. Firstly, to make shitloads of money, and secondly to perform the music she normally wrote for other artists to become stars. She is a construct and an entity designed for entertainment. She got it right, as everyone can see, as she is now raking in the bucks in an unrestricted fashion.

    > After Lady GaGa goes the way of the DoDo, Stefani will still exist and probably still perform... so it's all good!

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  • abdoolio

    abdoolio

    March 10, 2015, 7:23 am

    I've been teaching guitar for 5 years now, and I've had my fair share of adult students. Generally, I find that it's easier for kids to pick up the guitar, but adults are fully capable of learning if they actually stick to it. First, you need to realise that you will be absolutely useless for a long time. That's normal. I find it usually takes at least 6 months of hard work to actually get to the point where you can play a full song relatively well. It's completely worth it in the long run.

    You need to decide whether you want to do acoustic or electric. The basic principles are essentially the same for both instruments, but there are subtle differences. Acoustic guitars are generally used for chordal applications, while electric guitars are more for lead playing. Also, the strings on acoustics are harder to push down, but it's easier to jump into songs with an acoustic.

    The last bit of advice I'll give you is get lessons. You don't need to take them forever, but they will help you a LOT in the beginning. A good teacher will encourage you, break bad habits, and motivate you. Ask around, and find a reputable teaching studio. The right teacher can make or break a student. The DIY DVDs work better after you have a few lessons under your belt, and understand the technical side of the guitar a little better. I hope this helps, and good luck.

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  • Cameljock

    Cameljock

    March 10, 2015, 8:10 am

    Uncharted: Drakes Fortune was like watching an old Indiana Jones movie, but more awesome in ways I cannot fully explain nor understand. Killzone 2 is ho-hum, but its multiplayer is as close to a team fortress style game than any PS3 game will ever get. Left 4 Dead & Halo 3 is the only multiplayer experience I have on the XBox 360, and they both are better software when comparing multiplayer aspects between both consoles. The Call of Duty games are probably better on the 360 because of the friend party systems they offer. Overall, I still clock more hours on my PS3 than on my 360 primarily because of the blu-ray player.

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  • herrturtur

    herrturtur

    March 10, 2015, 1:39 pm

    lol, me too. I was sad to see the User Interface restricted to a command line tool. I was disappointed. Must be Karma, because just a couple weeks ago I tried to deliver a command-line application (which admittedly got the job done) but then had to do a GUI.

    But just the other day I realized that the Command Line Client having an "Undo" function is a big deal. Undo doesn't come out of nowhere and requires some serious Software Engineering foresight and support. So I guess I'll be all the happier when it comes out.

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  • floggeriffic

    floggeriffic

    March 10, 2015, 6:50 pm

    Not funny or clever or intimidating, but if done right, pretty effective. I don't get into a lot of fights since my years as a bouncer at a club but here goes.

    Without flinching or hurrying, my 300 lb 6'3" fat but also stocky, bearded visage looks slowly, casually, and calmly at you with brow raised like I don;t know what you want but I don't really care either. After a moments pause or a sip of my whiskey I shrug in that "eh whatever" kind of way and say, "Alright...I guess you want to fight." Then stand up and hit whoever is backing up the aggressor with the chair I was just sitting in. It's pretty easy and makes for a great "oh shit" moment for all those who were trying to act badass when they approached. It's enough of a distraction for me to dispatch at least one other and maybe finish off the person I hit with the chair. Then, if there's anyone left (more than 2 guys) it depends. Most guys don't do the movie style one at a time fight thing. I know my buddies will gang rape you if you start a fight with any of us. In these instances you're probably getting hit while your beating the shit out of someone else. If this is going to be the case I start with the bigger guys first, then work smaller. Or start with the "ring leader" of the group. It's been a while and I almost never drink without a friend or two. Plus since I'm a regular at the places I do frequent, I have lots of backup when someone comes swinging. Lately I avoid all of the trashy places where fights more often break out and, probably because I'm a big dude, the frequency of people thinking better of fighting when they stand next to me is pretty high. I miss the days when you would just get kicked out for fighting. Now you almost always get arrested. That's why the last few fights I got in kinda got my mother a bit scared, she informed me that it would probably be best for both of us if I went out west to live with some relatives. I tried to convince her to let me stay but she insisted so I just bit the bullet. When I got off the plane someone had a sign with my name on it but he looked suspicious so I just grabbed a cab. unfortunately for me, though this cab was like nothing I had seen, I picked a particularly unsanitary driver and had to hold back the gag reflex till we got to my aunt and uncles house in Bel Air. I looked at my kingdom, I was finally there. To sit on my throne as the Prince of Bel Air.

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  • neutronbob

    neutronbob

    March 10, 2015, 3:45 pm

    Yeah, the image of the "midnight engineer" as the fount of OSS is today mainly a romantic relic of the past. Part of the reason is that software today is so much more complex than it was 20 years ago, when this image first emerged. Almost anything that's non-trivial and not previously been written involves thousands of lines of code, which is simply not a scale that hobbyists can easily attain in their free time.

    More evidence of this lies in the number of dead projects on OSS hosts. So frequently these projects die before (or right after) they post their first code.

    Good programming takes a lot of time. Passion for coding gives you the will to persist, but not the time for coding, (alas!)

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  • markusbeer88

    markusbeer88

    March 10, 2015, 11:14 am

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  • anoop007

    anoop007

    March 10, 2015, 11:39 am

    Produced by Vashu Bhagnani, directed by David Dhawan Do Knot Disturb was released on October 2, 2009. The film features Govinda, Sushmita Sen, Ritesh Deshmukh, Lara Dutta, Sohail Khan, Ranvir Shorey, Rituparna Sengupta, Rajpal Yadav and Manoj Pahwa. When you enter a film like Do Knot Disturb, logic should be the last thing on your mind. In the movie you will see a two timing husband who is no more a novelty on screen and Govinda and David Dhawan have churned out many films revolving around this theme earlier. But this time they have failed together.

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  • waddupeverybody

    waddupeverybody

    March 11, 2015, 7:46 am

    > If you had a good enough memory, you could know exactly which cards are in the shoe and play accordingly.

    Yes, this is true and would give you quite an advantage. You'd need a computer though. Or Dustin Hoffman.

    > How did you ultimately arrive at your strategy, and how often does it change?

    I arrived at my strategy because it was the simplest one that still gave me a good edge. Simplicity is best because it cuts down on errors which are for more detrimental than a complex count is helpful.

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  • visitect

    visitect

    March 11, 2015, 1:27 am

    When I was an undergrad, I worked at a independent coffee house to pay the bills. It was a great job - 4 P.M. to 11 P.M. with no supervision and plenty of tips if I could muster sufficient charm for the repeat customers. As you can imagine, my friends would routinely use the place as a hangout since not only was the coffee free, but the neighborhood was generally fun. The only downside was that I had to clean and close the place myself. This took about an hour, and it could get somewhat creepy since the cafe was mostly underground, and the rest of the local businesses - save for a pizza shop around the corner - closed around 9. But most of the time somebody would hang around to help me close.

    Vacuuming alone was the worst. I always hated that one of my senses was effectively turned off while my back was to the door to the street - a glass affair that sat at the bottom of a concrete staircase. I would always imagine that I'd look up and - BAM - somebody would be standing there ready to take the easy money from the cafe, with me in his way. Never happened.

    The worst part was that bank of switches that controlled the lights was in the "back" by the counter. After throwing the cafe into **total** darkness, I had to walk the length of the building towards door and standing on a small landing, I would unlock the door to let myself out. The corner of the landing was the darkest part of the cafe - absolutely no illumination from streetlight through tiny windows, nothing. Just inky blackness and total silence. It was awful standing there for even the few seconds it took to unlock the door if I really got the 'ol imagination going.

    One night I'm fumbling with the keys, and I hear a barely audible but absolutely clear whisper from the corner, "So where you going now?"

    After screaming like mad and practically kicking the door down, I managed to get outside to the staircase leading up to the street. It took everything in me to turn around, face the glass door, and relock it before getting the fuck out of there.

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  • zubinmadon

    zubinmadon

    March 11, 2015, 12:53 am

    Randomness is not unpredictable when looked at holistically. In fact, it is more predictable than many things (like chaotic systems) because there are no imprecise inputs in true randomness, just an output value.

    For example, with a string of 4 1s and 0s, 0000 is as likely as 0110. However, it seems pretty likely, given all the similar research, that the average person would pick 0110 more often than 0000 when asked for a 4 digit string of 1s and 0s. (Granted I haven't seen a study looking specifically at this, but this is just an illustration of the point)

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  • hellvetican

    hellvetican

    March 10, 2015, 11:27 pm

    I grew up in a college town, and one Halloween our doorbell rang and we opened the door expecting to see trickortreater, but what was in front of our open door, was another door! Like, a full-on wooden door, that had a sign that said “Please knock.” So we did, and the door swung open to reveal a bunch of college dudes dressed as really old grandmothers, curlers in their hair, etc, who proceeded to coo over our “costumes” and tell us we were “such cute trick or treaters!” One even pinched my cheek. Then THEY gave US candy, closed their door, picked it up and walked to the next house.

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  • EzioMaletto

    EzioMaletto

    March 11, 2015, 2:16 am

    Non può andar sempre bene e là dove non erano riusciti i vari Ribery, Robben, Muller & C. colpiscono invece senza troppa fatica i rosanero siciliani, magistralmente supportati dalla vena del Giovinco di ieri, al secolo Fabrizio Miccoli.

    Rispetto a mercoledì scorso, fatto salvo l’impiego dal primo minuto del mediocre Poulsen in luogo di un Marchisio lasciato inspiegabilmente a casa e di Amauri al posto di Trezeguet, poco è cambiato nell’atteggiamento di una squadra che patisce oltre ogni dire le folate avversarie, la cui difesa, quasi quella della nazionale, è esposta senza pietà alle ordalie avversarie, in forza degli ampi spazi concessi da un centrocampo che copre poco, male e non inventa nulla in fase di possesso palla.

    La gestione del pallone è il tallone d’Achille di questa squadra, ed era evidente, anche agli occhi di chi non vuol vedere, già dalle comparsate agostane.

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  • bailbondusa

    bailbondusa

    March 10, 2015, 12:23 pm

    Boise Bail bond agents are required to know the laws of the state and remain with ongoing education in the Boise bail bonds Industry. Bail may be granted after an arrest has happened. Depending on the jurisdiction and the characteristics of the offense, there is a possibility that accused for bail a few hours after finishing the booking process. This is especially true for is determined that the likelihood that the suspect escaping the immediate area are very low. The real amount of the bond can vary from a relatively small amount to an excessive amount at one time depends on the crime that the defendant is charged of and the threat it can take account of the public.

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  • iLEZ

    iLEZ

    March 11, 2015, 2:40 am

    I'm not for more gun CONTROL, except the control every person should exercise when thinking about adding another weapon to the huge pile of guns available to criminals. Then again, i live in sweden where we don't need to have **laws** to make sure we have **guns** so that we can shoot the people who make up and take away the **laws** if they try to take away our **guns**... or something..

    Can someone run this by me real quick? It is an honest question. America has the largest military budget in all the world. You can send missiles from orbit into air ducts and kill people by thinking of them. How could The People rise up against that with a couple of semi-automatic rifles? I think the gun thing stems from something else. They are fun to shoot for one thing. And they feel like a safety in a scary world perhaps?

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  • stevebakh

    stevebakh

    March 10, 2015, 9:26 pm

    That's because I don't know of a better open source, free CMS. I genuinly don't. I simply have a *little* (empahsis on little) experience with Drupal and I don't enjoy using it at all (from both an end-user point of view and a programming point of view). I'm not a fan - but it doesn't mean I have all the answers. I don't know of another publically available alternative.

    The best CMS I've ever used is an in-house, closed, proprietary CMS that's primarily aimed at multimedia. It's core is built around a system that's similar to Drupal's CCK. I found it a joy to use.

    The main advantage (for me), is that the CMS is essentially a separate application to the website or web-application it's being used with - or at least, it used to be when I used it. This means that you can develop the frontend however best you see fit (even in another language, if you're that way inclined). I've wanted to develop a similar system for a while, improving on it, but it's a massive task and I've not had the time.

    Building something as complex and fully featured as Drupal is no small task, that's why I'm not faulting the developers efforts. I simply think it falls short in the areas of usability and I don't find it fun to develop with.

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  • freehunter

    freehunter

    March 10, 2015, 6:32 pm

    Funny enough, I actually typed a reply to fricken covering this same topic, but it seemed off topic for the post I was replying to, and changed it to what I have now. There were some road tests of a system like you describe a few years back, I remember reading of it in Wired or Car and Driver or something. A huge issue of that is making sure that EVERY car on the road had this feature. If one car out of the millions did not have sensors and did not report its status to the rest of the cars, it would be invisible on the grid, with no way of avoiding it. Good luck getting everyone to replace their cars, even after cash for clunkers I see 1989 Chevy Corsicas driving around with no mufflers, missing quarter panels, and a cardboard side window.

    Not to mention the amount of driving enthusiasts like myself who would never vote for the bill requiring them to give up control of their driving experience. Maybe if just the freeways through downtown and main arteries through cities were affected by the system, it would work, but when I'm on a country road, I like to drive faster than 55 during the day time, and drive much slower at night to avoid deer. Not sure how the system would handle animals. When I'm on rural freeways, I sometimes max out around 90-100mph when there are no other cars around to be a danger to, because I like to save time.

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  • cthulhufhtagn

    cthulhufhtagn

    March 10, 2015, 10:36 pm

    >chain of command.

    Where do I, an unenlisted citizen, apply to become a General? Oh yeah...that's not how it works.

    >I doubt that the U.S. as a whole has the same force of will, whether or not the young people are ready to go to war.

    I think when *need* arises, it is met by Will. And nobody's ever ready for war. You go, you do what you have to do, and if you're lucky and skillful you come home.

    This isn't just true in war, it's true in just about everything in nature.

    Just look at musculature.

    To get big muscles, a person must literally tear apart their muscles, do a little damage to them bit by bit, so they grow stronger. Will reacts to Need.

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