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  • imamom32

    imamom32

    March 11, 2015, 1:15 am

    I knew I would get this eventually. Yes, I realize we are overburdening the planet as a society. We are expected to have our 2.3 kids. My sister is not planning on having any. Neither are my sister in law and several cousins. There are more women today choosing to either not have kids, or to adopt. The large families of old are no longer as prevalent, and I won't feel guilty because I choose mine. I am very careful to try to keep my carbon footprint at a reasonable level, in hopes for evening out my larger number of kids. I am an avid recycler, I have the good lightbulbs, I buy recycled/renewable materials, green cleaning supplied, etc.... Do I think the Duggars are a little crazy? Sure. But what right does anyone have to tell another how often they are allowed to procreate, especially if they think it is their right to do so?

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  • aparadja

    aparadja

    March 10, 2015, 9:57 am

    *1) where to look first*

    Would it help if the left and right column were swapped? So that the top left corner would say "Create a big emoticon..." and the right side contained the grid of images?

    *2) what the site does*

    It converts image files to a format that allows them to be used as smileys in MSN Messenger. Most people come to the site from forums where they specifically ask how they could convert their images so that MSN supports them, so they already know exactly what they want. But you are correct, the current design (wrongly) assumes you are aware of the possibility of custom smileys, and the problem related to creating them.

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  • malcontent

    malcontent

    March 10, 2015, 11:21 am

    >Can't find a single citation to back up your statement? That isn't surprising given that you're wrong.

    As I said. I can't be bothered. Continue to believe that there are no consequences to not being a signatory.

    You already believe all kind of other crazy shit. What's one more thing.

    >The history here is very interesting - during the Yom Kippur war, Israel was threatening to go nuclear. In response to this, the US decided to provide a military airlift to ensure that Israel would win without resorting to the use of nukes. Russia's response was to provide a similar military convoy to Egypt.

    And from that bit of revisionist history you arrived at the conclusion that israel was in a nuclear stalemate with russia.

    As I said. You already believe all kinds of crazy shit.

    >The NPT specifies that countries comply with the IAEA safeguards agreements they make, and that such compliance allows them the right to pursue civilian nuclear technology.

    And Iran has done just that.

    >Iran already under sanctions for violating the IAEA safeguards agreement, with more likely to come from this recent development.

    Iran is under sanctions because war mongers like yourself run israel and the US.

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  • qquicksilver

    qquicksilver

    March 10, 2015, 10:00 am

    Answering a question with a question. Good job.

    "The average cop is a person with a psychological profile, that specifically chose a career that would give him power over other people. Police departments do not hire people who think for themselves or train them to be rational. They choose a specific type who believes anything that people they deem their superiors tell them and will carry it out with brute force. The ideal cop is a sociopath who feels no remorse or emotion about what they are doing (haven't you ever noticed a group of cops laughing among themselves while their is someone in pain nearby?). The police force does not hire someone that is to smart or empathetic. If they did, that person wouldn't last long at the job, because of the weight of the thoughts of the lives they've destroyed, one way or the other.

    Of coarse there are exceptions to every rule. I'm sure that there are people who are good cops here and there, who have the best of intentions in mind for people. But as a whole, they are not good people. As a whole, they are benign at the best of times."

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  • ISOCRACY

    ISOCRACY

    March 11, 2015, 6:09 am

    Public Education is available so individual businesses have no need to perform basic education for employees. Social Security takes away businesses need to provide pensions. 401k provides employee re-investment in business. The postal service, roads, air, and sea lanes, military security, water, power, police and fire are there to support business so each business does not have to provide its own. The fact is it makes the businesses able to compete because they don’t need to be concerned about the basic social structure which makes capitalism possible. So…why do we make every medium sized business a health care insurance broker? Our companies are weaker without a complete government healthcare insurance system.

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  • lucidreamstate

    lucidreamstate

    March 10, 2015, 4:37 pm

    I know this thread is already ancient (9 days old!) but I just saw the movie and I feel like its worth pointing out that the 10-15 minutes of the movie do, indeed, present capitalism in a very positive light. Ultimately, the film is an indictment of the free-enterprise, laissez faire, Friedman-esque, oppressive system that our lack of government regulation has produced.

    Just saw the movie last night... It was the first time I'd ever heard of FDR's Second Bill of Rights. Do yourself a favor and go see the movie... I promise you its better than Revenge of the Fallen.

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  • ayrnieu

    ayrnieu

    March 10, 2015, 10:52 pm

    > HIV sufferers

    Nobody suffers from it. They do not even realize that they have it until their body has neutralized the virus via antibody: presence of these antibodies is what indicates an 'HIV positive' person. "You are *positively immune* to this non-pathogen! So let's prescribe some really toxic shit to you."

    > his slides [are] in Comic Sans[!]

    Oh, wow, that proves that they only say wrong things. Just like your experience and your ability to say "fuck you" and your vague sense of some BIGNUM of papers somewhere over some time do this. Although, none of those have combined here to point out anything *actually wrong* with any of that. I'm sure that this is a minor oversight, from someone with your keen sense for morons.

    Yes, 'everyone knows' that the Sun revolves around the Earth, $famous_guy knows it, I counseled two people with this fact, and everyone has known it for like 25 *thousand* years.

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  • pbrocoum

    pbrocoum

    March 10, 2015, 9:45 am

    Since you can't evaluate any strategy, doesn't that mean that it doesn't matter if you switch your stay? Therefore solution 2 is correct. The following two statements are EXACTLY THE SAME:

    (A) We don't have enough information to solve the problem

    (B) It doesn't matter if you switch envelopes or not

    It would be like me asking you if there is a winning strategy for picking lottery numbers, and then you complaining that, "There's not enough information because you haven't told us how the winning numbers are picked." Right, so there ISN'T a winning strategy. If I had said something like, "The winning numbers are going to be increasing primes," then maybe you could come up with a strategy, but there is nothing in the riddle to suggest that, so you must not assume anything and just go with randomness.

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  • Bokkie

    Bokkie

    March 11, 2015, 1:17 am

    1. a picnic

    2. a walk in the park & buy ice cream from the ice cream vendor

    3. a drive-in movie

    4. a visit to the planetarium / a theme park

    These may sound lame but if you are with a nice girl who wants to chat to you, they provide a good opportunity.

    I think a movie on a first date is a good plan, have a drink before or after so that you don't just stare at the screen and not talk to her. Girls want to *talk* to you.

    Keep in mind that women usually spend time making themselves pretty for a date, so if you have something like a paint ball game in mind, warn her beforehand.

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