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  • andrewinmelbourne

    andrewinmelbourne

    March 10, 2015, 12:02 pm

    Take her to the shopping center - trust me - she will be both flabbergasted and amazed at the stuff you sell over there. With the Aussie dollar so good at the moment, she will buy clothes etc she can't get over here.

    Don't know if she drinks alcohol, yet Aussie wines are pretty bloody good - perhaps get her to sample a few of yours.

    Can you get your hands on some Vegemite? She'll appreciate that. It's a nice touch.

    If you have more than 5 TV stations, show her what is broadcast over there.

    Say G'day mate.

    Read up on AFL (Australian Football) The Grand Final was held last week with Geelong Cats beating Saint Kilda. Talk to her about it. She'll call out your American Football - they wear helmets and shoulder pads and other protection for the hard hits that happen. As Aussie's we wouldn't even dream of wearing that in our game.

    Any local wildlife running amok there? We don't have squirrels or gophers or anything like that here. I'm sure she will enjoy seeing them.

    Be genuine. Aussies can see through bullshit straight away.

    Whereabout's from Australia is she from? It's a big country you know - the more info you give, the more I can help.

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  • EnderMB

    EnderMB

    March 10, 2015, 8:51 am

    I am all for England matches being broadcast online, but for anything other than free is insane.

    Whilst I don't think the away teams should get to govern all aspects of broadcasting in the way that the Ukraine has I think that the BBC's idea of enforcing that all games are shown on terrestrial TV is crazy. Given the money involved in Football I'm sure that FIFA could set up their own online player for those who don't wish to or cannot watch on a TV with little fuss.

    This will never be anything but a disaster. I'd be shocked if they reach 10% of the normal viewing figures for an England match. As much as I like hooking my computers up to my TV to watch football online most people cannot and will not wish to do this when they receive the correct channels. The only way football will be truly embraced online is if it is given as an extra, football matches on TV and a free feed from the broadcaster online.

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  • Impressario

    Impressario

    March 10, 2015, 9:50 am

    Ugh. I get a particular shade of annoyed encountering illogical and inefficient racism. If I was a racist store manager, I would not put the tanned Italian out front even after discovering his heritage, because the customers could make the same mistake, impacting sales anyways. Hello, obvious. So not only is it repugnant racism, but racism that isn't properly implemented due to stupidity. They deserve to wield such a nasty tool even less than zero! The heart's in the wrong place though, at least.

    I am unsure as to whether they annoy me as much as more cerebral racists who arm themselves with convoluted statistics and logical fallacies.

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  • godlesspinko

    godlesspinko

    March 10, 2015, 2:33 pm

    If you've been diagnosed with Bipolar disorder, then that would explain a lot of it. Sounds like you're going through a period of depression. Have you talked to your doctor?

    Maybe you need to immerse yourself in a hobby or pursuit to get out of your own head for awhile, volunteer somewhere and see the good side of the world for a change, and feel better about yourself because you're doing good things.

    Regular exercise can also make you feel better physically and emotionally, while improving your self-esteem. Might want to chill on the booze, as alcohol is a depressant and likely to exacerbate the problem. If you must have a chemical getaway, weed is a far better choice.

    Good luck!

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  • agravarti

    agravarti

    March 10, 2015, 11:35 pm

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    - Fire

    - Riot, strike & malicious damage

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    - Earthquake

    - Lightning

    - Storm, cyclone, tempest, tornado, hurricane, flood & inundation

    - Damage due to impact by vehicles

    - Missile testing operation

    - Subsidence, landslides and rockslides

    - Leakage from automatic Sprinkler installations

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    - Bursting and/or overflowing of water tanks, apparatus and pipes

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    The contents of your home are also covered against loss due to burglary or an attempted burglary / housebreaking including larceny and theft. It also covers loss of jewellery, silver articles and precious stones kept under lock and key, up to 25% of the total content sum insured or Rs. 1 lakh, whichever is lower.

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  • Gravity13

    Gravity13

    March 10, 2015, 6:59 am

    Open Courseware is great, but I do not believe that education will stop there. I think the future will hold more interactive courses, perhaps instead of just video of some professor in front of a blackboard, they'll include animation to help the point become clearer.

    You can already see it starting in programs like Rosetta Stone.

    Somebody should take the idea of the Rosetta Stone and apply it to something like Algebra or Trigonometry - though it'd probably be difficult to sell. Obviously, instead of voice-recognition software, someone would have to come up with another clever way to help kids learn. It may be as simple as "which graph represent y=x^2?" But would be better if it had a good way of learning what concepts the child was having trouble with and reinforcing the understanding behind those problems.

    I'd be more interested with making it so that it could be easily translated, then offering it up for free and asking people for honest donations to help distribute it into developing countries (with the various netbooks going out) to aid with their education.

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  • tsoldrin

    tsoldrin

    March 11, 2015, 6:56 am

    There is no such thing as a right to health. It is incumbent on the individual to choose a lifestyle and deal with the consequences of that choice.

    Your assertions regarding the right to counsel are absolutely and completely wrong. Public Defenders are not paid less depending on the ability of the accused to pay because the accused is not paying anyway. They are paid the same regardless of the person they represent. Public Defenders are also not as a rule the only option in all jurisdictions. Beyond that, nobody is forcing a Public Defender to be a Public Defender, they are free to practice law anywhere they choose and receive whatever compensation they are able to sell their services for. Anything that "used to happen" but no longer does obviously has no bearing what so ever.

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  • doshiamit

    doshiamit

    March 11, 2015, 9:35 am

    Indian food in Restaurants have insane amounts of ghee/butter/oil/cream in it. I mean really really really insane. I was at a friends restaurants and in a dish of butter chicken I saw them put in butter 4 spoons of butter, 2 big spoons of cream, and spoon after spoon of oil or ghee. I dont think anyone who is cooking for themselves could actually put that much fat in it. Mentally its worse than deep fried, cause at least when its fried you take the fried thing out of all the oil here you eat all of it.

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  • bailbondusa

    bailbondusa

    March 11, 2015, 2:52 am

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  • psykotic

    psykotic

    March 11, 2015, 3:35 am

    I like the way he uses modified versions of the Eq and Ord classes to perform abstract interpretation of stream functions, essentially letting you write shader functions as Haskell functions. This is an issue that has always plagued the usual approaches to abstract interpretation for things like automatic differentiation and EDSLs--if you require the return type of (==) and friends to be a primitive Boolean type and for 'if' to take that same type as its predicate argument, you are screwed when faced with functions that require equality and order checks. Unfortunately this trick does not work for conditionals implemented by pattern matching and you also can't use the standard suite of predicate-based functions. Some of these things could be done more easily Lennart-style using a monad and GADTs, but his approach is definitely interesting.

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  • migueltronix

    migueltronix

    March 10, 2015, 1:34 pm

    I like it. Here's how we'll execute it:

    The GPS units must be from an "approved" manufacturer and must be installed by a "professional technician" at the drivers expense.

    Maintenance of the unit is also the drivers responsibility and as soon the unit stops reporting the driver gets charged at the higher premium rate until the unit is restored. This will be explained in very fine print.

    Its not that we will offer a lower rate, per se, but will just increase all our rates for those who don't have the units installed.

    We will sell access to our database of car movements without the knowledge of the policy holders.

    I think we can make some money

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  • BakersDozen

    BakersDozen

    March 11, 2015, 8:03 am

    Thanks for the potted history, and thanks for creating the subreddit.

    I'm happier that the moderator status was something which was conferred onto the active posters, rather than being something which people have actively pursued.

    Looking at your other comments, I can identify with quite a few of them. But have to take issue with Ireland being proof that miserable weather contributes to television. I think the basic conclusion is probably sound, but I don't think Ireland is a good exemplar of it. I'll grant you that things have come a long way from "Leave it to Mrs O'Brien", but Ireland still has pitifully low domestic TV output, and most of it is pretty dreadful.

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  • mathewferguson

    mathewferguson

    March 11, 2015, 4:19 am

    Sounds like the kid simply didn't have enough time to calm down. It takes the body a little while to clear out all the chemicals sloshing around as a result of injury/fear/etc. He probably had a bit of adrenaline in there plus some more related to shock. Imagine him as a little drunk - he can't just turn that off when dinner comes alone. It takes a bit of time. His huffing/half-crying was a physical hangover.

    As for you emotional response, that's inbuilt and there ain't nothing you can do about it. The pain of the child is terrible to behold and so upsetting for us that we'll do almost anything to stop it.

    I think maybe you're also seeing your son get older and perhaps this incident has lead you to think about the future times he'll get hurt in his life. Perhaps a bit of fear of the ways in which you will fail him or allow him to be hurt in the future maybe?

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  • powatom

    powatom

    March 10, 2015, 6:54 pm

    Because the spinal column connects the brain to the rest of your body via the nervous system. If the spinal cord is severed, no signals can travel from your brain to your body or vice-versa. So depending on how bad the break / severance is: your breathing stops, your heart stops, you are instantly paralysed. Brain death is unlikely to be instant, but it will be very, very quick. Almost certainly too quick to do anything about. There is a chance that you may still be conscious for a very short while after the break happens, but the quick starvation of oxygen to the brain will make you lose consciousness very quickly, with death following very shortly afterwards.

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  • neko_pickle

    neko_pickle

    March 10, 2015, 6:56 am

    Wow, I have the exact same experience from when I was 8.

    I remember one day when I was 8, I suddenly have a kind of "flash" or "illumination", call it whatever you want, but I suddenly became aware that I'm a person, that I have a life, and that I'm conscious of myself. It was like I've just, out of nowhere, made a huge step in my life.

    Following this, I told myself "That's it, I'm xxxx (insert my first name), I'm 8, and I will remember of this instant all my life". And yes, I still remember exactly how I felt.

    It's hard to explain, really, but I think it's kind of creepy to have such (pseudo)philosophical thoughts at 8. It surprises me other people experienced the same.

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  • BlahblahName

    BlahblahName

    March 11, 2015, 8:11 am

    The story is from when I was vacationing outside a small town in the mountains of Colorado during summer a few years back.

    I jog in the morning along a very scenic cliff/ridge side road. I was approaching this peculiar bend in the road that had this young girl , no more than 11 years old, standing there by herself at the edge, just balling her eyes out.

    I try calming her down and ask her whats wrong but all that she responded with was to point over the edge of the road.

    There was a truck, at most, 20 yards down, upside down and had two bodies laying out either side of the truck.

    I turned to the little girl and asked her if she just saw that happen. She nodded. I asked her if they were family, if they were her parents. She nodded and started to cry even louder.

    I looked around and saw some trees and foilage not far. I also made note that there wasn't any sign of other witnesses around so I stand up straight, say "Today just isn't your lucky day." and then I begin to untie my jogging pants.

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  • zanzistor

    zanzistor

    March 10, 2015, 7:39 am

    Vivo per lei e’ sicuramente una delle canzoni piu’ emblematiche, belle, profonde, che Andrea Bocelli abbia mai cantato. Bocelli in vivo per lei, ha senza dubbio, creato una atmosfera, con il suo timbro di voce, la sua personalita’, riesce in questa canzone, ad esprimere l’amore nelle sue parole. Fantastico il duetto con Giorgia, anche lei ad elevatissimi livelli. Non tutti sanno pero’ che prima “vivo per lei” era stata interpretata dagli O.R.O. con alterne fortune, anzi senza nessuna fortuna, tant’e’ che nessuno ne ricorda l’interpretazione. Ma cosa sarebbe la canzone senza la voce di Andrea Bocelli?

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  • jodes

    jodes

    March 11, 2015, 6:50 am

    There was a hot chilli sauce tasting stand at the Royal Show in Perth a few years back, that featured this sauce. I tried a dab on a water cracker. It took a good four hours, much ice and milk and other stuff to come back to normal. OW. I drank so much fluid that I felt vile. Every nook and cranny in my mouth, every tiny crack in my lips, all hurt and swollen.

    Coincidentally, I had an experience with chilli chinese chicken today that made me look like I had puffer lips and stung like a beeyatch.

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  • Gyarados

    Gyarados

    March 11, 2015, 3:34 am

    I've dreamt of being a firefighter for a few years now, but I want to finish my college physics degree first. How do I go about getting your job?

    Edit: I saw you answered this question a few posts down. Are there any other tips you have to being a firefighter besides getting certified as a paramedic? I've talked to a retired fire chief in my city and he said that most fire stations hire based on how well you perform on an obstacle course that our fire academy runs. And it's very competitive. So any tips you have at all would help.

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  • abdulg

    abdulg

    March 10, 2015, 3:16 pm

    I find it eye-opening to see just how many Redditors (who are mainly American) are influenced by American propaganda, even though they claim to know better.

    Comparing the reactions to the contested elections in Iran to that of the suppression of the will of the people in Palestine, Honduras and Afghanistan (to name a few recent ones) it's evident that by and large opinions are in line with American propaganda.

    Iran is portrayed as belligerent and dangerous and your reactions to the contested elections there was outright support for the opposition, even though the difference between the 2 factions is more style than substance.

    On the other hand the Palestinian and Afghan elections and the Honduran mess were accepted with a relative whimper even though 2 were coup's and the third (Afghanistan) has evidence of large scale fraud.

    Reddit adhered to the requirements of the US propaganda machine. And this from a self-proclaimed knowledgeable group. What hope for America as a beacon of justice and freedom?

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  • astronomicon

    astronomicon

    March 10, 2015, 7:42 pm

    I don't think it's useful to know lots about different areas - so, if you're a cosmologist then there's no need to know about stars. If you do galaxies, then you can forget planets. You'll never really use the knowledge, and you'll always be behind the experts. The whole point of a PhD is to learn a LOT about a specific area. Broad and shallow is what your undergraduate degree is for.

    I do think it's useful to be broad in terms of theory & observation. You'll vastly improve your chances of getting a good post-PhD position if you can prove that you can work with data *and* do some theory.

    No, I'm not on physicsforums.com.

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  • mdwyer

    mdwyer

    March 11, 2015, 4:41 am

    [Citation needed]

    Edit: Found my own, thanks:

    > An example of the non-inflationary relationship between wages and the cost of goods can be found in the 1996 survey report entitled, "Think Again: A Wage and Price Survey of Denver Area Fast Food Restaurants." It was concluded that higher prices did not necessarily accompany higher wages. In fact, "survey results indicated that higher starting salaries are coupled with only slightly higher, identical, and in many cases lower prices than those in stores that paid a lower starting wage."

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