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  • dizzle67

    dizzle67

    March 10, 2015, 7:53 am

    budget and time overruns on any project can usually be linked to poor management. even if i do my job well, my company may struggle to do well on a particular project because of poor management on the part of the owner and/or general contractor. if one player in the game idoesn't do their job well it can cause the whole project to be an utter disaster. construction estimating is just a best guess. in terms of accuracy it is generally pretty good. the problems come with 'unforeseen conditions'...schedule that is way behind, one subcontractor screwing it up for everyone else, engineering mistakes, nature (soil problems, inclement weather),...the list could go on forever. in large part though estimating is very fine-tuned and we often beat our estimates and therefore increase our profit.

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  • mikef22

    mikef22

    March 10, 2015, 4:35 pm

    I would say there's more than just an aesthetic reason to prevent a highly sentient species from dying out. I'm not sure what it is though if we have to exlude emotion to meet your requirement. But it's the same reason one wouldn't want the planet to snuff out of existance.

    As for your question, I would say you'd have to consider the total sentience of the animals you're killing, whether there are plenty more of them (i.e. you're not endangering a species), and how necessary it is (e.g. is it for a major breakthrough in medical science, or is it just for an aesthetic trophy to go on the wall).

    I can't give an exact formula, but I'd certainly say it is morally wrong to make a species of great apes extinct to provide only a minor improvement of health of one person- so I disagree with you there.

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  • Xet

    Xet

    March 11, 2015, 2:00 am

    Yes, but at what level of consumption?

    If those 9 billion would consume resources at the rate of the average U.S citizen, we would need the equivalent of something like 5 planet Earth's worth of resources to sustain that level.

    The planet could support 9 billion, but we would need to curb many industries. We are already globally consuming resources at a rate much faster than the planet can replenish them - not to mention the resources such as coal and oil which cannot be replenished.

    Edit: Or did you mean, 'the world can support 9 billion? My arse!' As in, you don't think it can support that many?

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  • ChicagoMemoria

    ChicagoMemoria

    March 10, 2015, 4:16 pm

    "I'd always heard the entire life lasts in front of your eyes the second before you die. First of all, that one second isn't a second at all. It stretches on forever, like an ocean of time. For me, it was lying on my back at Boy Scout Camp, watching falling stars. And yellow leaves from the maple trees that lined our street. Or my grandmother's hands, and the way her skin seemed like paper. And the first time I saw my cousin Tony's brand-new Firebird. And Janie... and Janie. And... Carolyn. I guess I could be pretty pissed off about what happened to me, but it's hard to stay mad when there's so much beauty in the world. Sometimes I feel like I'm seeing it all at once, and it's too much. My heart fills up like a balloon that's about to burst. And then I remember to relax, and stop trying to hold on to it. And then it flows through me like rain. And I can't feel anything but gratitude for every single moment of my stupid little life. You have no idea what I'm talking about, I'm sure. But don't worry, you will someday."

    Especially with that incredible Thomas Newman score.

    Edit: And yes, more of a monologue. But each line is said with such feeling and care that it's like a whole bunch of best lines strung together.

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  • tableau_mort

    tableau_mort

    March 10, 2015, 7:35 am

    I left the church after facing the same type of conflict about my sexuality as you did and it was probably the best decision I've made so far. The reason that your situation makes you a hypocrite is because it's a battle between a fundamental and unchangeable aspect of your psyche (which directly affects your behavior) and your belief in the doctrine of the Church. You will likely always be attracted to men and, if you do not act on your emotional/sexual urges, you will never be fulfilled in those ways. If emotional/sexual fulfillment is a requirement of your idea of a fulfilled existence, your existence will always be lacking.

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  • Andyklah

    Andyklah

    March 10, 2015, 6:10 pm

    You talk about being unsure whether it's love or lust--well lust you can't control, whereas love has to be nurtured. So long as you hold onto your baggage, you won't be ABLE to love it. It's a self-fulfilling thing dude. Try and let your guard down and just be equals with him. Look in the mirror and realize that life just is what it is, and you should do your best to be happy without infringing on others' happiness.

    Your sexual desires aren't a bad thing, but if you want a little sanity, or maybe even something beautiful, you have to stop thinking of your life in terms of not being heterosexual.

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  • pbrocoum

    pbrocoum

    March 10, 2015, 4:03 pm

    I really don't see what the problem is. Clearly, the being has "read your mind" and knows what you will do. If you are of the opinion to take both boxes, he knows that from his mind scan, and you are playing right into his hands.

    Obviously, your decision cannot affect the outcome because it's already been decided what's in the box, but your BRAIN affected what he put in the box.

    It's like me handing you an opaque box and telling you there is $1 million in it if and only if you go and commit murder. Then, you open the box and find it empty. I then offer Hannibal Lecter the same deal, he commits murder, and then opens the box and finds $1 million. Amazing? I don't think so. I was simply able to create an accurate psychological profile of the two of you.

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  • CBruceNL

    CBruceNL

    March 11, 2015, 1:58 am

    Health care IS much cheaper when governments buy it. There was a study that compared Japan's system to America's recently (posted on reddit!) that argued that the system was over 300% more cost efficient. Canada also spends far less of its annual GDP on health care, than does America.

    The argument is actually a simple economic one called economies of scale. When you buy more of something, it gets cheaper. That is why the government buys roads, instead of people paving the space infront of their house them selves. Or why the State can have a massive army with far more access to resources than any single state could. Or why governments pipe water into peoples houses. Because everyone needs these things, and they get cheaper when you use a single bulk buyer.

    In short, stop hurting your country. The idea that the portion of the population that will never need health care is high enough to make public policy off of is insane. And not letting people die in your street is a virtue, it is called compassion.

    Friggin sheeple.

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  • jtrask

    jtrask

    March 11, 2015, 7:11 am

    Lemme take those in the opposite order. (ED: but apparently reddit doesn't like me numbering a list backwards... these numbers don't match your questions)

    2. No, I haven't finished it (I'm in fact taking *this* semester off). Actually, since I'm working single-handedly but talking about a large game, I don't expect to finish it this semester. I'm working on laying out the foundation of the project and designing the story, etc, so that I'll be able to continue working on this project on the side wherever I go next. Best case scenario, at the end of the semester, I'll use my demos to raise funding to complete the project. Worst case, I'll use my demos to get a game programming job. That seems pretty win-win.

    1. Overarchingly the game is an RPG -- there's a deep story, side quests, involved characters, decisions to make and items to collect. Traditional RPG gameplay really bores me though, so the gameplay for the quests is modeled after the current generation of stealth action/adventure games -- Splinter Cell, Metal Gear Solid, Hitman, etc. There's a particularly unique mechanic, but I don't think I want to talk about that here.

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  • VeriPrime

    VeriPrime

    March 11, 2015, 9:30 am

    The primary reason for the nausea is the guaifenesin, which is an expectorant. Most people would recommend not eating before you dose, but I'd recommend the opposite. Dose while you're eating a small meal, and it will help settle your stomach. The trip will take a little longer to come on, but it'll include significantly less nausea. Also, you might want to chase it with a strongly flavored acidic drink. Soda of some kind (I'd recommend Coke, simply because it has a strong flavor and is highly acidic. It also actually tastes pretty damn good with the berry flavor of robitussin) would be your best bet. Good luck.

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  • imamom32

    imamom32

    March 10, 2015, 5:28 pm

    I had a difficult labor for the first two (the second was 10lbs 14 oz), the third slid out like an eel, and the twins, unfortunately, were a c-section because one was breech and the other was transverse. Because of lack of people for childcare, we don't get a lot of "date night" out, so my husband actually came up with a pretty ingenious way of getting around that. We made it so on Thursdays, we put the kids to bed a little early, he would get take out, and I would set up the family room with candles, etc... and we watch the Office, eat our takeout, snuggle, and it is perfect for us. I won't lie, on most nights, I have a hard time flipping the switch from mommy to sexpot. I am often covered in vomit, poop, food, glue, hair unkempt, etc... I don't always feel like having sex, but I try to make it a point to shower and shave twice a week, and seduce my husband. I know that he would like it every day, which isn't feasible with our schedules, or my hormones as a nursing mom, but I try to always at least let him know he is on my mind by sending him sweet texts, writing him notes, etc.

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  • jaysonbank

    jaysonbank

    March 10, 2015, 9:57 am

    The realistic and uncomfortable truth is that neither Iran or Israel are angels. Both have been lying and weaseling around for decades. We _know_ Israel has nuclear weapons, we _know_ their hands are deep in the US tax payers' pockets, we _know_ they are rough handed and we _know_ their military is full of extremists. We _know_ Iran supplies Hezbolla, we _know_ the Iranian government and judicial system is infested with fundamentalists, we _know_ they seized a British Royal Navy search team outside Iranian waters, we _know_ Ahmadinejad hates Israel and even if he hasn't "technically" said it, we _know_ he would love nothing more than to kick their ass and we know the Israeli government would like nothing more than to turn Gaza into one big land-fill.

    Lets not beat around the bush taking sides here, both countries have fucked-up elements and you know what, so do we, we're all guilty here, except Sweden who are totally neutral. Not a single country in the world has a clean slate and a fair agenda on the world stage, again, except Sweden which are noted for their neutrality and delicious chocolate-based products, dark, rich aromas and sugar coat... ah fuck it, Sweden are a bunch of pinko socialists, but anyway my point stands: trust no-one.

    // edit: Belgium also does good stuff with chocolate.

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  • m_733

    m_733

    March 10, 2015, 1:29 pm

    my answer depends on what time it is. During the day I never have a problem, just focus on what I'm doing (or if I'm not doing anything, find something!). At night, if it's keeping me up I start having problems - the solution seems to be drinking and fucking around online until it's so late that I pass out without any time for thoughts. It's after 4 for me now, but I think the gin and internet are about to work. One other solution which might work for you, get a girlfriend! When I'm sleeping with someone (I don't mean "when I'm having sex with," I actually mean "sleeping with"), I never seem to have morbid thoughts, only when I'm on my own.

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  • GreenGlassDrgn

    GreenGlassDrgn

    March 11, 2015, 5:04 am

    I think its more just a people thing.

    i live in scandinavia. we're gettin those types here now too!

    So we have the old homestead of the old great racist rednecks just south of here. They've cleaned up pretty well, except for those neonazis that turn up for a demo once every blue moon. What I wonder about is how come a handful of europeans look up to american rednecks and start mirroring em. Of course, they dont have a chance (we lack walmarts, labatts, sleeveless shirts and rusty trucks due to taxes)...

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  • RandomStalker

    RandomStalker

    March 11, 2015, 12:59 am

    That's because you didn't have a C-64. Even when I was a kid I pitied my friends who had Nintendo, because it was nothing but a game console. The C-64 was a shining beacon of modern technology, a whole world in itself with an almost mystical aura surrounding it- copying cassettes from my (really) strange older brother's pals, fiddling with the cassette player and having bizarre superstitions like thinking the game would have a greater chance of loading if you pushed the left button on the joystick repeatedly, the weird flickering colors on the screen, recognizing the sound from a game loading much like you learned to love the sound of a 14.4 kbps modem connecting. Having to learn to talk to the computer by giving it commands, programming little games in basic, watching Samantha Fox take her top off...

    You have no idea what I'm talking about, are you? Oh, get the fuck off my lawn.

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  • HyperSpaz

    HyperSpaz

    March 10, 2015, 1:36 pm

    The important line:

    >The latest findings support previous studies suggesting a link between diet soft drinks and type 2 diabetes but the American researchers stopped short of concluding that diet soft drink caused diabetes.

    >They say theirs was an observational study and the results could have been affected by other dietary, lifestyle and behavioural factors.

    Fuck you, sensationalist submitter. This is far from "Diet soft drinks cause obesity and diabetes".

    However, I once read that low-caloric sweeteners may increase appetite, thus negating their intended effect. Does osmebody know a source on this?

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  • imamom32

    imamom32

    March 10, 2015, 8:54 pm

    These are hilariously random, and I like them. Let's see...marijuana. I am not a huge fan of things that change your consciousness. I drink very seldom, and I only tried pot three times when I was 20, and once freaked out and thought people were watching me, another time was convinced the world outside our door was tilted at a 45 degree angle, and the third time, laughed till I almost peed. If I caught my kid smoking pot at 16-17, I am not sure how I would react. I think my initial reaction would be anger, so I would have to defer to my husband, who has more experience and could probably approach it more diplomatically.

    The most rewarding part of parenthood is the little things. A sleepy grin, the first time they say mama and mean it, not just babble it, nursing and having them reach up and rub your cheek, having your son tell you "you look like a picture, mommy", having your daughter come home from school with a great grade, etc.

    I don't own crocs, I think they are heinous.

    My husband is the Pink Floyd expert, but I have always liked the Wall.

    My best dish would have to be chicken chimis or ricotta and gorgonzola stuffed chicken.

    Four toppings on pizza would be feta, onions, roasted red peppers and spinach.

    I don't drink coffee.

    I am not religious. I am going to let my kids make their own decisions about it when they get older.

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  • tunnocksteacakes

    tunnocksteacakes

    March 11, 2015, 7:29 am

    This is something me and my friends have been talking about, but not as much as we should.

    I support an independent Scotland if that is what the Scots want but they should know the facts and vote wisely and not vote on some SNP bandwagon.

    It would be a sad day to see the United Kingdom gone, I think the biggest issue will be military, we will need some new places to park are subs.

    It could be good for England, Northern Ireland and Wales, for its TINY population Scotland courses alot of tension on this small island.

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  • HomerWells

    HomerWells

    March 10, 2015, 1:05 pm

    I hope you don't really mean **75** since by that age most people are olny interested in a comfy place to sit and something that won't give you the shits. If you do mean 75, yes, you will be incompetent and incontinent too.

    It's not that older people are necessarily incompetent, it's that there are many things that we (I'm 57) are not interested in.

    For example... texting. Why text when you can talk? And AFAIK, texting costs far more than talking. My daughter pays $80 per month for her phone service. I pay less than half that, and I have all I really want or need. Bottom line though is that by the time you get to maybe 40, you will lose interest in much of the tech that you presently think is important. I almost only text when replying to someone. If I need to tell you something, I'll call. I think that much of the stuff kids spend money on is useless, and someday, *you* will too. I have a lot of music on my iPod (a gift - I wouldn't stand in a long line for one if it were free) but I hardly ever listen.

    The other *major* thing to consider is that right now, you have **no idea** what technology will be and do in 25 years. 25 years ago, cell phone were almost non-existent to the average person. No digital cameras, no iPods, no downloading movies and music, none. And we didn't know you'd ever be able to do most of that. So the future you see will be stuff you can't even imagine now, and likely, you won't be interested in much of it.

    Why would your generation be any different than the last ones.

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  • almafa

    almafa

    March 10, 2015, 7:59 pm

    Well there are many. I always clash into issues when trying to (ab)use multi-param type classes or type families. One example: Recently I tried to write a type function; now you can of course write type functions, but it seems that that result type can have only kind \*, not \*->\* or other kinds... Or at least I couldn't find any way to express such a thing. This is because seemingly you cannot partially apply type functions.

    Also, type families have the same (or more?) expressive power than functional dependencies, but that's just on paper: there are still things you cannot express with type families but you can express them with fundeps.

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  • Bokkie

    Bokkie

    March 10, 2015, 11:39 am

    1. I do not want a child to go through what I went through. Not that I had a particularly unhappy childhood - but why create another person on purpose who will also have to deal with issues?

    2. When I meet a man that I want to spend my life with, it is because I want to be with *him*, not because I want to create more work for myself!

    3. In most cases, childcare becomes the woman's main responsibility. I do not want to create a situation where I grudgingly raise a child just because it is expected of me

    4. There is a population explosion on our planet. No reason why I should add to it.

    5. Having a child is *forever*. You can't change your mind after a few months and decide that it isn't working after all.

    6. Last but not least: VERY few couples are happier after the child is born than they were when they were childless. Why spoil a great marriage?

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  • eric22vhs

    eric22vhs

    March 10, 2015, 10:08 pm

    We're not actually required to buy the set, for obvious reasons. Instead our school library has one set and three classes required to watch one assigned dvd each week, so basically 90% of the time you go to the library to watch it, someone's half way through and you have to sit through the last half then watch the parts you missed.

    (Yes we have to watch them, we get quized on each one, and yes I realize all of the lecturing for my class consists of watching DVDs of another class's lectures, at another school, from decades ago. It's basically like having a third class session each week in addition to drawing assignments.)

    Unfortunately I couldn't find torrents for it either.

    I don't mean to bitch too much about the class, it's not all that tough, I'm just amazed to see that a 10 dvd set costs $800.

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  • pitchandroll

    pitchandroll

    March 11, 2015, 5:24 am

    Those birds drew stroke a discordant note, I knew people ate seabirds but seeing it like it was weird.

    Another comment I have is that a few Icelanders were not very happy at all with the reforestation efforts, in particular with the massive introduction of an Alaskan tree which is not pretty at all. Lastly, I remember a guy who had just been to New England telling me how he had found all those forests ultimately boring, and how they made it impossible to enjoy the views. Coming back from Iceland and its amazing landscapes I definitively understood what he meant.

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  • ibzfiles

    ibzfiles

    March 10, 2015, 7:25 am

    I got a fairly powerful laptop from acer (5920G).The second week the webcam died.It wasnt important for me so i jus got a usb one.6 months and 10 days later,the battery completely died,it wouldnt even work for 5 mins.I called the customer service here in the uk,and they were rude as hell, said that the battery was under warranty for just 6 months.I even tried reasoning with the manager (giving hints that sending me a battery would guarantee at least 4 more customers from my side).She barely listened to me.Just kept on repeating the same old sentence 'Just 6 months'.Funny thing is my flatmate has the same laptop and he had the same exact problem.Avoid acer like the plague .

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  • isit

    isit

    March 10, 2015, 6:39 pm

    Dear Matt,

    a music video has recently come to my attention that i believe was produced by yourself.

    The video in question is called "We gon rock" and is a hip hop track featuring Boostalk.

    It contains footage of a dancer in front of a green screen, which is protected under copywrite law to my production company.

    I have no record of a request made by you to use said footage, so i feel i have no other choice than to contact my legal representatives and let them pursue the matter.

    Please feel free to contact me if you wish to discuss this further, if not you can simple wait to hear from my lawyers.

    Yours sincerely,

    Thomas What.

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