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  • Northernlion


    March 11, 2015, 2:14 am

    I do this on occasion (starting to do it more frequently) and yeah, it's awesome.

    OP you really don't have to be scared of open mics and you won't be after you do them. One thing I've noticed is that if you're playing music at an open mic, a lot of people are just going to treat you as background noise anyway and talk during your whole performance anyway so even if you muck it up they won't notice or care. Basically this is your chance to try out your stuff in front of an audience before you go on to play real gigs and sell out Shea Stadium. It's your version of the wikipedia sandbox.

    On that note, please play your original songs. At the place I frequent there's a lot of girl + guitar/guy + guitar solo acts and it gets really tiring hearing the same covers over and over again. The audience probably won't be *as* into it but who gives a shit? Are you gonna be happy playing tragically hip covers for the rest of your life?

    TLDR: From experience, it's fine to be scared but there's nothing to be scared of. Go do it and don't care what the audience thinks.


  • the_display_name


    March 10, 2015, 10:01 pm

    Great question! If it's ok with you all, I'd like to list some characteristics of 'fightin' words' (hereafter called FWs), and then break down a couple of types. I haven't read all the comments yet, so please forgive me if I'm echoing earlier information. ***After writing this, I realized it went on waaaayyy too long, but I had fun! Thanks!***


    1. FWs are inherently designed to provoke an opponent into the first attack, and should be considered weapons capable of disarming an opponent, or reducing the opponent's prowess in the coming conflict.

    2. The conflict may be verbal or physical.

    2a. In a verbal conflict, a well-crafted FW should provoke a spontaneous rebuttal that (hopefully) leaves the opponent wide open for the verbal KO. Ideally this KO is composed of ruthless logic without emotional content -- in a verbal conflict, emotion is usually a sucker's game.

    2b. In a physical conflict, a well-crafted FW should provoke an immediate refusal to fight or an impassioned and clumsy attack. As in a verbal conflict, emotion is, again, a poor strategy.

    3. Great FWs should hamstring the opponent emotionally, hitting insecurities and causing the opponent to question her/himself long after the conflict, regardless of the outcome.

    4. The greatest FWs imply that the speaker is unattached to the situation. Opponents will usually interpret this as a chilling, prescient confidence, which (hopefully) gives the speaker an edge.

    5. FWs should never be used by someone who is not prepared to fight.

    6. Well-laced vulgarity is often a plus, and condescending or patronizing terms can often add a punch, as well.

    7. Since every conflict is chock-full of variables, there are no 'silver bullet' FWs.


    Statements should be devoid of any emotion save a restrained, quietly psychotic enthusiasm (see 'The Crazy,' below). Statements are not the ideal FWs, because they tend to place the onus of first attack on the speaker. Some examples:

    "The Psychiatrist"

    Listen, we all know what this is about, and your father is never going to love you.

    "The Busy Leader"

    We know how this is going to end. Come on. You're wasting my time.

    "The Dare"

    If you're feeling froggy, then leap, motherf*cker.


    Sh*t or get off the pot, little buddy.

    Questions, in any conversation, are intrinsically aggressive moves. They necessitate an answer. This can very well decide the course of the conflict.


    Holy sh*t. What are you waiting for? F*cking permission? (If the speaker feels cocky, then the statement can be combined with "The Aside")

    "The Aside"

    [To a bystander] Jesus, this guy. Should I take five while he looks for his balls? [To opponent] Hey champ, how about it?

    "The Options"

    Do you want to fight? Do you want to get out of my face? Oh. Decisions... not really your strong suit, eh?

    Acting Insane, a third type of FW, often saves people from a hopeless fight (a situation wherein the speaker has shoot off his/her mouth and been caught in an undesirable situation). This type usually requires a bit of acting, unless, of course, the speaker has an obvious mental problem.

    "The Crazy"

    [Speaker gives him/herself a minor injury, such as a cut on the palm, and appears to relish it] Oh yeah. Yeah! F*ck yes!!! [maniacal laughter]

    "The Cold One"

    [Speaker bugs out eyes, then narrows gaze in an unblinking glare] Try me.

    "The Scary Hardcase" [This one's in a film, but I can't recall the title]

    I've had bigger pieces of sh*t then you hanging off my d*ck in prison.

    "I Hear Voices"

    Here's another one, Mommy. He says he wants to meet you. [To opponent] Do you want to meet her? I said, DO YOU WANT TO MEET HER?!

    Personally, my favorite film FW is the "do you feel lucky" Eastwood line, but if anything that's so funny it would defuse the situation and make the opponent a friend, which, while awesome, probably belongs in a different thread.


  • sisko_i_presume


    March 10, 2015, 11:37 am

    1. How were people at tipping you? Did you notice any trends/were there any houses you particularly hated to go to because they were really bad tippers? Would you report back to your bosses if a place was a shitty tipper?

    2. Did you get compensated for your gas at all?

    3. Did you get free pizza? Did you trust the cook/pizza place enough to eat from it?

    4. What's the weirdest order you ever had to deliver?

    5. Can you balance 10 pizza boxes on one forearms?

    6. How did you get the job? Was it under the table?

    7. Do you prefer Chicago Style or New York Style pizza?

    8. Did you ever hang out in the kitchen and learn how to flip a pizza like they do in tv/the movies?

    (Yeah, some of these are weird. I had some fucked up friends in high school who used to work in a local hoagie/pizza shop and would do all sorts of nasty stuff based on tipping. Made me think twice about ordering stuff.)


  • im_back


    March 10, 2015, 2:40 pm

    If you do much of anything by yourself, you'll be the villain to both him and her. If he has other male friends whom she isn't flirting with, ask them their opinions if they think she is too friendly. If you approach him with a few others who have seen her, it won't look like it's all you. If they don't see it as serious, cool your heels (this may be more in your head than you think). You may however, find guys who agree with you that she is flirting, but won't go as a group. Don't force them (again it'll come back on you later), but look for those who will shoot straight with him.

    Other than that, if she's flirting, she's spiralling away from him; she'll self-destruct before too long.


  • sorunx


    March 10, 2015, 3:20 pm

    We all will generate it. Wealth derives from production and services, the richest in america do neither.

    We all deserve the same PERIOD! We either all get the best or nobody does.

    I wonder by what standard you are using to state that america ist he greatest country in the world, how exactly are you establishing that? Furthermore as the rich bankers off the financial meltdown have shown us you don't get rewarded based upon your productivity, you get rewarded based upon how well you can exploit the system.

    Get it clear, capitalism is the monstrosity, its time for something new.


  • aaronblohowiak


    March 11, 2015, 9:00 am

    If you pamper, you'll spoil. If you dote, you'll breed entitlement. If you fawn, you'll be taken for granted. All of these things are kind of like a really rich dessert -- on special occasions in small doses, they are absolutely amazing. However, if you have them all the time you become fat, diabetic, cranky, and don't appreciate just how special a good dessert really is anymore.

    Being nice doesn't mean being subservient. Ask for (or, demand if you want to be edgy) stuff that you want. Draw boundaries, and keep them.


  • Gatecrasher


    March 11, 2015, 6:35 am

    Too bad you are using a throwaway account; on one hand, you lose some credibility, but on the other hand only people bothering to do that actually have something to hide.

    Filed under: "Some guy on the internet said so" until further notice. Sucks you ran into a nutball, though. I've heard of women trying to do shit like that "before their clocks run out", but I've rarely heard of the opposite. Not saying it doesn't exist, but I've never heard of a guy say "I'm worried I'm getting too old to have kids".

    Edit: Obligatory "you're lying, nobody who uses Reddit would get laid" joke here.


  • geneticlemon


    March 10, 2015, 11:18 pm

    Unfortunately, most of middle-America are living comfortably enough not to feel as though they need to retaliate. Take me, for example ... I go to school, my tuition's paid for, I have a job, clothes on my back, food in the pantry ... I may not be happy with what US politics have mutated into, but I'm happy with my individual situation. Multiply that contentedness by a hundreds of millions, and you've got the US. I'm sure many people who go to watch Moore's new documentary will leave the theater just as pissed as you were, determined to make a difference ... but the reality is, they'll probably end up going home, sit at their computer, maybe rant on their blog, twitter, facebook, etc., determine it's too difficult to organize a rebellion, then go to bed.

    Edit: If you really want to make a difference, start working for the public sector and try to make small changes from the inside out. You always hear, as a student, that you're the future of this country ... that one day, you'll be the ones turning things around. You just can't let the system corrupt you ... it's tough to maintain your principles, but you have to if you want to make any sort of difference.


  • spinalmeningitis


    March 11, 2015, 12:07 am

    That is great that your parents were able to do that for you. Were you an only child?

    *Now that I looked at the replies to you, I had to say... I don't think that you were being "tacky" in your comment nor do I think that your family is tacky for going on vacations like that. If I had children and had the money to do it I would. Yes, money could be spent in more useful ways, but I'm sure with all of those vacations your family has some very good memories. I am glad that my story touched your heart.


  • anonymous-coward


    March 11, 2015, 12:34 am

    First, I admit that you seem correct that I confused Section 3.1 with the AP. The issue is 3.1, though Iran mentioned the AP.

    > They can then decide to refer a breach of an agreement to the UN Security Council which votes on whether the breach constitutes a breach of the NPT as a whole.

    Well, that seems like a logical inconsistency - if it is a breach of the NNPT, then it seems to be subject to Vienna, because the IAEA is a proxy for the signatory states. Otherwise, you'd end up with more restrictive rules for agreements with international agencies than with other countries.

    Still, if the *"My dog ate the ratification"* excuse fails for the Iranians, it will be amusing to see if this excuse becomes illegal for larger states (eg, US) as well.


  • rayhan314


    March 11, 2015, 4:36 am

    Last year, I was standing outside of a restaurant in DC with a friend when Dave Chappelle walked out and said to no one in particular, "Fuckin' delicious". My friend and I watched him walk up the street, trying to figure out if it was really him. He came back to the restaurant after a couple of minutes, and on his way in I asked him if anything at the restaurant was particularly good. He told me to get the Philly cheese steak, which is strange because it was a Lebanese restaurant.

    At this point, some of his family members came out and we all stood around for about 45 minutes talking about Obama.

    My friend and I didn't make any indication that we knew he was famous, and I think he loosened up a little after a few minutes. He started riffing about Obama, and I can try to remember a couple of things he said if there's any interest.

    The conversation was so normal and easy that neither of us had the heart to ask for a photograph or anything before we left. In hindsight, I'm glad we didn't. If anything, our normalcy towards him was the least we could do, as he's made me laugh harder than almost anyone else.


  • SND_Crow


    March 10, 2015, 8:25 pm

    Just Going off the headline:

    Wait what?

    what is their definition of Human cells?

    I would consider the vast majority of my 150 lbs of body weight to consist of human cells.

    Unless the Human cells are just incredibly heavier/larger than small bacteria.

    A half gallon of Bacteria seems like a lot, but is rather practical in estimate.

    the whole 10 times the number of human cells seems sensationalist and sending incorrect information. Like we are more Bacteria than we are human.


  • Tomble


    March 11, 2015, 2:35 am

    Wow, the first one hit home because I had a similar situation while driving in Georgia. I drove into a torrential downpour and as suddenly blind. I knew there was a truck in front of me, and I knew there was traffic behind me, but I could only see enough of the road to stay in my lane. Scariest driving moment ever. In my mind I could see, as clear as if it was real, the back of that truck looming out of the rain as I ploughed into it.

    Fortunately we drove out of it safely. Everyone had kept their heads and kept driving at the same speeds.


  • drodspectacular


    March 11, 2015, 4:24 am

    It's not something to brush off lightly. After all, all discourse in language is predicated on the definition of terms. If the terms are the same in your head go get a dictionary. I hope you don't think those were made by socialists tryin' to control your language. A pro-choice / pro-abortion distinction needs to be made. They are not the same. The equivocation of terms like "pro health care reform," "Marxist" "Communist," "Socialist" and "fascist" is one of the most extreme examples of Orwellian dialogue prevalent in the media and right-wing ideology. Is this an attempt to demonize and label a large swath of the population? in an extreme example, the logic you are hinting at is the same logic Glen Beck used on his oh-so famous chalk board lecture on how you can rearrange the letters in Obamas name to make all sorts of horrible things. What is it with you people? I try real hard to understand and even like people on the right and find myself more alienated all the time by their inability to consistently address reality in a transferable, quantifiable manner. You can't just make shit up!


  • arcticfox


    March 10, 2015, 7:42 pm

    From the comments on the page:

    > I spent 2 years in Edmonton Canada where if a whiteout happens you can suffocate to death because your windows are up, and your vents freeze over from people closing them to keep warm (when engine runs out of fuel)and condensation seals them further. Condensation actually works like glue to lock you in your car and seal all the airways....this is why you always leave one window slightly open (cracked) to allow condensation out and air in. Plus you could be there for days and not be able to get out of your car as it freezes.

    Ummm.. no... and I say this as someone who lived in Canada for 39 years.

    The reason that you leave a window open a crack is that you don't want carbon monoxide to build up in the cabin while your driving. This can happen if your windows are all closed and your exhaust system has some leaks. Suffocation from blocked airways is not a concern.


  • jbarket


    March 10, 2015, 2:50 pm

    I'd like to add that understanding how to make one shoot cover more than one of these bases is an amazing skill.

    A good friend of mine is able to juggle the first three at the same time. Clearly you have a goal you're looking to accomplish, but if you never turn down an opportunity for a shot that may come out as great in an entirely different category, you'll be better off.

    Photography is a feast or famine business and having all of these bases covered makes it a lot easier.

    On the topic of gear, I'd like to add that the *appearance* of professional gear is important if you're going to be shooting portraits/weddings/et cetera. Given the choice between a fantastic, modern prosumer body and an older, not so wonderful professional body, the big pro body and grip sells. I know that sounds ridiculous, but *everyone* with a cell phone thinks they could be a photographer. Appearances mean a lot.


  • Erudecorp


    March 11, 2015, 7:08 am

    >Who wants to have their romantic fantasies reduced to evolutional processes?

    Everyone, I hope. The article makes women out to be alien, when the study itself makes them sound pretty normal, human, and even likeable, to a mundane degree. The intentional STD thing is obviously rare, as it shows.

    >We are, apparently, scrabbling around for what biologists call "genetic benefits" and "resource benefits".

    No, it says the very opposite of that, that sex isn't a strategic decision, that people simply feel like fucking, like eating. That's harder to accept, because it's even less meaningful than an evolutionary purpose, and some people want it to mean something so much that they accept a 'spiritual' explanation to it, which is as ungrounded in reality as the abstinence-only movement.


  • topmojosun


    March 10, 2015, 11:24 pm

    Such people exist in every society and me even entertaining the notion that they don't exist would be highly ignorant on my part. The people who fly it out of hate are usually easy to spot because they have other stuff that's racist there. I also know people who don't like blacks, but they fly it not to intimidate or show hatred but because of southern pride. In my area, I only know of one person that flies it out of hate. So here it's about 1-2%. I'm pretty sure there are places elsewhere with the percentage being much higher, perhaps the deliverance-esque areas nearing 100%. You just don't want to be in those areas no matter who you are. If you're just driving along and see a random rebel flag flying, the odds are very much in the favor of southern pride than of hate.

    Also, the rebel flag isn't the CSA flag. Just an fyi.


  • theglassishalf


    March 11, 2015, 5:54 am

    My experience with raising startup capital is something of a microcosm of what I was writing earlier, but even more harsh. First: Angel investors think they're brilliant. A few surely are, but they follow the same distribution of intelligence and foresight as the rest of the population. This means that they are just as likely to be wrong about what is a good idea as everyone else. You're right that a great sales pitch helps. I'd take it a step further: a great sales pitch is far more important than what you're actually pitching.

    More important even than your sales pitch, however, is who you know. If you have a rich uncle, even if your uncle gives you no money at all, he will vouch for you to his rich friends. This is 100x more important then a great idea. Any experienced VC will also tell you that the idea that makes money is seldom the idea that is actually pitched. Usually it is stumbled upon later, in the midst of the project. Almost never do things go according to plan. This actually proves my previous point: those who are fortunate enough to get the chance to get started are the ones who succeed.

    This all isn't to say one shouldn't try, even without the built-in advantages that most so-called self-made people took advantage of, all the while thinking that they're brilliant and deserving. Rather, it's to say that the structure of society is inherently unjust and, in the current system, the merit of your ideas and the hours you are willing to work are not nearly as important as who you are, how much you have, and who you know. Thus, structural social adjustments, such as high inheritance taxes, free post-secondary education, and incentive structures that encourage wealth generation among the poor and middle classes (thus giving them the financial security to enable investment and rational risk-taking), aught to be implemented.


  • Zifna


    March 10, 2015, 1:55 pm

    You might want to research that a bit. There are a number of ethical issues with international adoptions, and domestically there are very few healthy babies of any color or gender looking for homes. Not to mention, it's often fiendishly expensive and can take years.

    Could these people instead adopt, for example, babies suffering because their mother was a drug addict or an alcoholic? Yes, probably. But they may not feel equipped (financially, emotionally) to handle caring for such a child. I don't think it's fair to say that if you're willing to adopt at all, you MUST be willing to adopt children you know will be significantly more difficult to care for than average.

    You also act like there is something wrong with preferring a child who looks somewhat like you, all things considered. Prejudice isn't the only reason to not want to. Prospective parents may not enjoy explaining over and over that Yes, this really IS my daughter, she's adopted, especially in front of the said child. I had several friends growing up who were adopted cross-racially and while they were all well-adjusted individuals overall, I know that this made them uncomfortable in some ways. Children of adoption are often plagued with enough issues regarding self-doubt/acceptance.

    What's more, abortion is a terrible thing. Whether you think it should be legal or not, it's not something you can compare to a trip to the circus. It's not something to be encouraged. Even its most fervent supporters will frequently voice the opinion that it should be legal BUT RARE. Many women who have abortions later regret it, and say they felt it was their only option.

    Your comment seems to imply criticism of couples who are trying to make sure that these women know that they have other options. I'm not sure I understand why.


  • hobophobe


    March 11, 2015, 6:57 am

    Write the amendment(s) and get the state legislatures to move them forward. Article 5 of the Constitution stipulates:

    > The Congress, whenever two thirds of both houses shall deem it necessary, shall propose Amendments to this Constitution, **or, on the Application of the Legislatures of two thirds of the several States**, shall call a Convention for proposing Amendments, which, in either Case, shall be valid to all Intents and Purposes, as Part of this Constitution, when ratified by the Legislatures of three fourths of the several States, or by Conventions in three fourths thereof, as the one or the other Mode of Ratification may be proposed by the Congress; [...]

    Not easy, for sure. But if you come up with a good solution for reforming the congress, which is indeed the major source of our current woes, we can get it through without their grubby hands discombobulating it. In theory, at least.


  • Nefelia


    March 10, 2015, 7:59 pm

    >I don't understand why Britian is sorry ofr having an empire. If they hadn't taken contol of the places they did then (in most cases) someone else would have. It wasn't called the 'scramble for africa' for nothing, all the European powers wanted control of the continent.

    That is a pretty weak defence.

    Yes, I can grant that the UK stands above the crowd of former colonial oppressors simply because they were more effective at what they did (genocide, divide-and-conquer, use of proxies) than the competition. However, that does not absolve the British Empire of its culpability, but just reminds us that the competing powers were just as immoral.

    >And as a NZer I'm very glad the British had their empire, it would be horrible if the French had taken control of New Zealand.

    Nonsense. Had the French occupied New Zealand, no doubt the French descendants would be grateful the British had not taken over. Actually, looking at the current state of former French colonies versus the current state of former British colonies: had the French colonized Australia and New Zealand instead, current New Zealand would likely be dominated by the descendants of the original natives rather than those of the colonial occupiers.


  • jlt6666


    March 11, 2015, 3:24 am

    >You really don't see the difference between PAYING someone for information and STEALING that information?

    I don't understand your question. I never set up that dichotomy from what I can tell, but if you want to run with it let's go.

    Douche bag A was given STOLEN IP from the CEO (and knows this so this is receiving stolen property). This information is not for the CEO's personal use, and it is not his prerogative to share it for non-company business. The company has paid to gain this knowledge thus the investors have the right to act on this information BEFORE anyone has had a chance to act on it. So the CEO and everyone else get the same ownership benefit that is to be derived from **company** IP. The CEO has been paid to do this work and therefor he no longer has rights to it.

    Douche bag B created IP and sells it to investors. He worked, created his own IP, and then sold it.

    So yes I do see the difference between stealing information and selling it. I also understand the difference between selling a stereo and selling a stereo I knew was stolen. One is a crime, the other is not.


    IP theft analogy addendum:

    So lets say I work for BigCo and we are going to launch an ad supported web site in a couple of months. I decide, hey why not set up my own web host and put this thing out there and make some money off the ads until we launch the real site? In fact I go ahead and put up a logo that says that it's really BigCo's product I just decided I'd give a few friends a chance to check it out. I'm making some money, my friends seem to like it, and I'm creating buzz for the web-site. It's great!

    How quickly do I get slapped with copyright infringement?


  • Male_Nurse_LULZ


    March 10, 2015, 5:18 pm

    Boy, I sure am glad you can crack a few jokes about this shit! Maybe you can try out some new material in a neonatal intensive care unit one of these days...see if you can pull off a Patch Adams and entertain some of the parents there, cause their constant crying over their dead children sure makes things for the rest of us pretty glum!

    If that doesn't work out, the terminally ill patients in the oncology floor would love to have you over.

    Seriously, though. Have some respect for the dead. This is Reddit for crying out loud, not 4chan.

    **Edited for slight typo attributable to seething inner rage during original posting.**


  • jbarket


    March 11, 2015, 12:18 am

    Everyone has a point and shoot. Walking around with a professional dSLR, grip, and enormous lens is a good way to get robbed. They sell photo bags that are designed specifically *not* to appear like photo bags for this exact purpose. It happens.

    A while back I saw on article on a photographer who had taken his prosumer camera and intentionally made it look crappy... duct tape on it and so on... and used this to deter people.

    You can't let the fear stop you, but at the same time, take any precaution you can. If you're going somewhere dangerous, don't take your 5D Mark II and 70-200 f/2.8L that stand out like a sore thumb. Find a smaller setup, do what you can to make it look less interesting and go.

    Or just go with a high quality P&S. sharps is right in the sense that if you aren't carrying pro level gear nobody is going to care about taking it.


  • hseldon10


    March 10, 2015, 1:03 pm

    ¿Y qué es una tasa de interés demasiado baja excepto una trampa de líquidez? La trampa de líquidez empujo a inversionistas a prestar a quien seguramente no le hubieran prestado de otra forma, provocando el efecto de "tirar dinero bueno a un mercado basura", y gracias a los bancos americanos y sus hipotecas, todo esto con un "efecto multiplicador"!

    Tengo una maestría en negocios. Soy originario de Monterrey, vivo en el DF, y vengo de vivir en Estados Unidos. Entiendo todos tus argumentos, y entiendo el deseo de tratar de evadir la realidad del desempleo y la pobreza. Sé que esto no es, en su mayoría, culpa del Gobierno Federal, pero la verdad es que lo poco que han podido hacer, en mi opinión, lo han hecho mal.

    Lo cierto es que hacerlo con deuda en estas circumstancias solo pospondrá lo inevitable. Queremos creer que cuando llegue el día que debamos pagar la factura ya estaremos en mejor forma. Lo cierto es que se vé dificil. Solo estamos pasandole nuestra deuda de hoy a nuestros hijos, y lo peor es que, como dices, lo estamos haciendo mientras enriquecemos a algunos cuantos.

    Preguntas si hay más opciones a la deuda. La respuesta es sí: el ahorro. También, en el caso específico de la CFE, podríamos privatizar....

    El modelo, por cierto, no le ha funcionado a Japón tan bien ahora. Preguntales como les está yendo. Están peor que nosotros.

    Y Estados Unidos? Quebraron técnicamente a mediados de los 1960s. Solo han sobrevivido creando burbujas. Pero esta fue la última.


  • AnthonyRagusa


    March 11, 2015, 6:08 am

    "There were 1,088 gang-related incidents in Phoenix in 2008, up from 852 in 2004, according to the Phoenix Police Department. For the first two months of 2009 there were 194 gang-incidents in the city compared to 187 for January and February of 2008, 176 in 2004 and 143 for the same time period in 2003, according to Phoenix Police."

    This information is very alarming and needs to be taken seriously. Without proper treatment, this problem is going to continue to grow, especially since Phoenix is so close to the border.


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