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  • cluelessfriend

    cluelessfriend

    March 11, 2015, 6:49 am

    I agree he should've pick up the hint earlier, but they were very good friends before, he didn't realize they can't stay as normal friends just because she rejected him. She never told him not to contact her, and he did stop contacting her except the one time when she tried to ban him from attending the school event. And if he's completely at fault, why would her school stop her from attending that event too?

    I asked him if I can see the emails he sent her since she rejected him, try to see if there's anything indicate he's stalking her or threatening her, but he said he deleted those a long time back, after he realized there's no way they can be friends anymore.

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  • andme

    andme

    March 11, 2015, 6:17 am

    >adpot him as an indoor cat in your house if he starts to look mistreated.

    Not really an option for me since I'm renting the house. Also I don't really want to adopt the neighbors cat. But I also don't want to confront them and accuse them of not taking care of it when I know absolutely nothing about cats. If this is perfectly normal than I'm fine to just leave him alone, I just don't know whether or not I should be concerned.

    It sounds like I need to do a little bit of spying to see if the neighbors actually are putting out food and water and have a shelter of some sort for it.

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  • Kjalnot

    Kjalnot

    March 11, 2015, 2:09 am

    “Someone” offers you the following wager: you are shown two closed envelopes with a check in each. One contains twice the other’s –but you do not know which one. You can open and see the contents of the first, 1)then accept the money or 2) reject and switch to the other one (but you cannot go back to the first). This appears to be a problem because no matter which one you open, the second will be better “in expectation” –and it should be optimal to switch.

    This appears to be what is called a paradox. But there is something wrong somewhere –in the solution of unconditional switching, or the way the problem is presented –or something else.

    We need some contact with reality –mathematics is sterile otherwise. The solution is that it is a Platonic fallacy. The “someone” cannot be anonymous. There needs to be a texture to his gift. There is no such thing as a pure gift by a generic “someone” with infinite wealth. You need to have an idea about what he is expected to put in the envelope; if you expect to find $100, with an upper bound of $250, and the envelop contains $200, then switching is not a good idea. You may also need to take into account the reason for his offering the wager. Is he bluffing?

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  • Saydrah

    Saydrah

    March 10, 2015, 7:37 am

    I'm just saying, at least OP knows what might be lurking in her genes. Most people get totally blindsided by having a child with a physical or developmental disability. She has every right not to have children if she doesn't feel capable of handing anything that comes up. But she shouldn't let the fear of Autism stop her from having kids if she wants them (she *should*, however, research early childhood diagnostic techniques for Autism and keep up to date on the latest therapies).

    She also shouldn't adopt some kid as a consolation prize when what she really wanted was a child of her own. Adoption is a difficult process, and a lot of kids that are up for adoption have developmental issues of their own, especially attachment disorder. Nobody should adopt if they're not totally excited about and committed to adopting a child, not as a second choice, but as something awesome to do for their family and a child in need.

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  • FourForty

    FourForty

    March 11, 2015, 8:16 am

    I wasn't trying to be a dick with this post, and i'm sorry if you feel it was an attack on you or feel slighted in any way.

    But the way i saw it, it was just a bigoted comment posted out of context. I think it's safe to say most people aren't/weren't aware of that quote and it's origins. So without any context or citation it just seemed improper.

    If it was posted in context and quoted properly, i most likely would not have complained. although i would still disagree with posting bigoted quotes even if they are from somebody who is considered relevant to the hockey subreddit.

    As for what should be posted instead, as long as it isn't insulting to any one group of people i don't care. i don't even care if it's not funny. Actually, why can't it just be a basic description of the reddit and what is accepted in it? After all, isn't that what that area is for?

    Again, i wasn't trying to be a dick with posting this. and didn't mean to be insulting personally or anything of that nature.

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  • espritsolar

    espritsolar

    March 10, 2015, 9:50 pm

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  • rek

    rek

    March 10, 2015, 7:14 am

    >The essence of the market is simple, or at least it used to be. Now it's more like a roulette wheel.

    I couldn't agree more. The market has changed drastically just in the last few years. I still participate some but it's more as a "trader" than an "investor" like I used to be, and I'm not involved for nearly the amount I was before. There is a lot of shady business going on right now. Everyday I find it amusing how much of the volume in the market is computers trading against each other in stocks of companies whose values are zero by all reasonable standards. We've got direct intervention by the government as well as the federal reserve, and if that's not bad enough a lot of it is secret ("for our own good" of course). On top of all that we have a giant jobless "recovery" with excess liquidity pushing the markets to near insane levels. Meanwhile we have insiders selling at record levels, but every attempt at shorting is squeezed out by excess liquidity.

    The government, the fed, and the banks are supposed to be three completely separate entities - yet I can't tell the difference anymore. The same people own all three, the leaders are the same, they went to the same schools and worked at the same companies.

    I miss the old days of finding companies who are earning good money in industries I thought would grow and investing in them. Now it hardly matters what you invest in. Is it a big coincidence that in the last quarter both the s&p and the dow returned *exactly* the same 14.98%? That's 500 companies vs 30 companies, yet they performed exactly the same. That reeks of computers trading indexes and futures based on nothing but momentum, not anything that has to do with fundamentals of the underlying businesses.

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  • hammerandsickle

    hammerandsickle

    March 11, 2015, 6:01 am

    Yeah responsibility is the main thing that this issue boils down to. The thing that irks me the most is some groups using examples such as Columbine and Virginia Tech as examples that guns should be outlawed when I see this as a perfect example of why people should be allowed to carry on campus. Not all of the students who died would have been carrying but maybe a couple would have and a student returning fire would possibly have been able to stop who ever was shooting and the death toll would have not been so high.

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  • sudohigh

    sudohigh

    March 10, 2015, 11:38 am

    I had a semi similar experience today. I was at a desolate trail head, and about to leave my car. I was going to toke up a few hits before hitting the trail, and just as I turned away from the car, looking down the trail, bringing the pipe up to my mouth I saw someone appear in the distance. I don't think they noticed what I was doing thankfully, and I quickly turned around and stashed my pipe back into it's little baggy and into my pocket. Unfortunately lost a little kief in that bag, but nothing that can't be salvaged with some isopropyl alc...

    But damn did that guy spook me. (Although I tend to be on the paranoid side when I'm not at home, more so of late for I feel like I've got more to lose these days). I had thought I was all alone out there in the woods.

    tl;dr: almost started smoking, but a dude appeared from nowhere. I stopped myself, and everything was cool.

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  • hseldon10

    hseldon10

    March 10, 2015, 7:52 pm

    Before my sister was old enough to sleep in a bed, I was probably 4 or 5, I remember that one night I was sleeping in my room (I used to have my own room), with all my lights out, when, after midnight (after my parents had gone to bed), I hear this "thump" in the window and wakes me up. My window had a view of our back porch, which was really small. In length it was the size of the house's length, and in depth it was maybe 2 meters. It was walled all around, so the only way to get there was through the house. I wake up after hearing the sound, and I see a man passing by my window, just walking. I see him and freak out, and then he stares back at me and knock on the window. When he sees I am not responding, he just walks away. I scream for my parents and they go out to look for anything, and they don't find anyone. No evidence that anyone was ever in our house, out the porch, or knocking down my window.

    I couldn't sleep without a light on until I was 12.

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  • mrsammercer

    mrsammercer

    March 10, 2015, 7:29 pm

    Damn right. If we ever reach a day where police are held to account on the same scales as the citizens they are supposed to protect, my "anti-police sentiments" will go away.

    And I do recognize that most of them are probably good cops. It's knowing that if they commit a crime on the job, no matter how horrible, there is a very, very high probability that it will be swept under the rug.

    It's disgusting and it doesn't get anywhere near enough attention. It's an issue that should be at the top of national political discourse, in my opinion.

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  • bluequail

    bluequail

    March 10, 2015, 6:11 pm

    By the way - do you keep in touch with his parents? I would suspect that if you were to go talk to them... and just "be" with them for a while, you might even get to hear the suggestion that you consider dating again. If you don't hear the suggestion, you might wait a few more months before bringing it up to them. If they ever get ugly about it - then cut them out of your life.

    I don't think you are aware of what an awesome thing you have done. I am sure that you loved your husband, but... so many people, when they discover that someone they love are terminal will duck out of the picture instead of going through the hurt. But you were there with him, you gave him strength at the scariest time in his life.

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  • parasaurolophus

    parasaurolophus

    March 10, 2015, 11:58 am

    As someone who was terrorized and abused by her severely autistic and mentally retarded brother until her parents relinquished him to the state, I can tell you that I would do the same thing. My brother had already tried to kill me multiple times by the time he was 4, and I cringe to think what it would have escalated to after he was too big for my parents to control. I would abort the fetus, or give him/her to the state after birth. I would not put myself, my husband, or any of our other children through that.

    I used to work in the public school system, and almost everyone of the boys that were mentally handicapped were violent, unpredictable, and remorseless. Absolutely not would I make my family live through that out of some guilt-slathered stigma that I'm "supposed to love that child unconditionally". As someone else said, I wouldn't sacrifice the many for the one.

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  • db2

    db2

    March 11, 2015, 2:16 am

    A group of girls perish in a bus crash on the way to summer camp.

    St. Peter asks the first girl, "Karen, have you ever had any contact with a penis?" She giggles and shyly replies, "Well I once touched the head of one with the tip of my finger." St. Peter says, "Ok, dip the tip of your finger in The Holy Water and pass through the gate."

    St. Peter asks the next girl the same question, "Karina, have you ever had any contact with a penis?" The girl is a little reluctant but replies, "Well once I fondled and stroked one." St. Peter says, "OK, dip your whole hand in the Holy Water and pass through the gate."

    All of a sudden there is a lot of commotion in the line of girls, one girl is pushing her way to the front of the line. When she reaches the front of the line St. Peter says "Sharon! What seems to be the rush?"

    The girl replies, "If I'm going to have to gargle that Holy Water, I want to do it before Jenny sticks her arse in it."

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  • derekaw

    derekaw

    March 10, 2015, 5:36 pm

    I am so happy that the overpopulation issue is getting some attention. Overpopulation is obviously an issue to me but why are our governments not looking at this?

    Less people on the planet will help with climate change, pollution in general, help avoid food shortages and I am sure much more, This is obvious.. no?

    Will it be like all the other issues on the planet that we only act when it is almost too late?

    I expect that limiting population growth will stifle the growth of business and economic activity so no one want to look at it. I expect there would be human rights issues for people too if the government said you cannot have any more children.

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  • big80smullet

    big80smullet

    March 10, 2015, 11:55 am

    I enjoy sadness in other people no matter what their level of attractiveness. Other people being sad just reminds me of how much happier than them i am. Even better than this is seeing a beautiful girl try and use her looks to get her way and seeing her shot down hard. For instance a couple weeks ago i was tailgating at the MSU Central Mich game and a very attractive girl came up to my group and asked for a beer. My friend told her to go ask her douchebag boyfriend for one. She just visibly crumpled in front of us, like she couldnt even fathom how 9 guys wouldnt give her a beer cause she was hot. made me laugh

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  • gordo65

    gordo65

    March 11, 2015, 6:59 am

    His point was that this particular false flag operation would have been pretty much impossible to pull off, and he was right. The fact that the Eisenhower administration supported a coup in Iran in no way diminishes the monumental challenge of getting 20 foreigners to hijack four airliners and crash them into buildings and linking the hijackers to a terrorist organization in Afghanistan, in order to create a climate of fear that would enable Bush to invade Iraq.

    If Hussein had been removed from power in a coup and someone said that it was ridiculous to suggest that the US might have provided some support, you would be right to say that the Iranian coup proved that American governments had done similar things in the past. But the coup in Iran is so dissimilar to the 9/11 attacks, it's ridiculous to say that American involvement in one is evidence of American involvement in the other.

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  • 1337squeakytoy

    1337squeakytoy

    March 11, 2015, 9:21 am

    This has happened to me a couple times-

    When already high (haven't notice a difference between how i got high ie. vape/bong/blunt etc.) I'll start feeling like my entire body is seizing. It feels like as if I were extremely cold, my dyaphram and core are contracted, it's really really intense to the point of it almost being painful. Shortness of breath occurs because my muscle are contracting so hard. Then I'll feel pain/tightness on the palm of my hands and bottom of my feet. My best guess is this would be vascular constriction. It stays that way until I warm up again.

    Has anyone else experienced something like this? It scares the shit out of me when it happens, it's like I can't get warm or something.

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  • pizzmeharder

    pizzmeharder

    March 10, 2015, 6:24 am

    When I was 4 or 5 years old, my grandmother was babysitting me and we were playing in my room. She was been visiting from South Carolina, and since she hadn't seen me for a while, she wanted to make conversation. At some point she asked me, "How do you like living here." and I replied, "I like it a lot." My grandmother then asked, "Do you love your mommy." To which I replied, "I love her a lot better than my other mommy." My grandmother sort of laughed this off and asked me, "What other mommy?" I replied, "A long time ago, I was living with Daddy and my other mommy. Mommy got really angry, and Daddy tried to protect me. We both died and went to the other place. Then the people there told me I deserved a better mommy, and they sent me back here."

    I didn't hear this story until I was 12 or 13 from my grandmother at a family dinner. Apparently everyone at the table remembered the event, and it was a bit of a taboo subject for my catholic family. My grandfather said, "It was the babbling of a five year old child." I still wonder sometimes.....

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  • JasonDJ

    JasonDJ

    March 10, 2015, 11:04 pm

    Consider the following two stories, both true:

    One, is of myself and a friend of mine, we'll call Harry. Harry was a pretty damn cool dude. I didn't know him too well in high school, and as he was one of the 'druggies' and I was one of the 'straight-edges', I chose not to associate with him. He graduated a year ahead of me.

    After highschool was over and in the summer before I went to college, we met up at his treehouse. Mind you, this isn't a typical treehouse, but more like a studio apartment that happens to be inside of a tree. This was the first time I smoked. Over the next few years, I ended up meeting most of my dealers through him, and made quite a few friends, and had uncountable awesome times in the tree. Whenever all my regular guys were tapped, he always knew somebody with some primo shit. Many of my friends became friends with him as well. It was through him I ended up trying mushrooms for the first time. It was also through him some of my friends tried E and coke for the first time.

    In short, Harry was a pretty cool guy. eh smoked reefer and doesn't afraid of anything. I haven't talked to him in a few years, and would really like to meet up again sometime. But the whole reason I stopped talking to him? It felt like every time I called him, I was looking for him to get me some weed. I don't know if he had that same vibe, but I was starting to see it as I was using him as a dealer and nothing more (granted, every purchase resulted in at least one blunt shared).

    ---

    Story number two is about a former co-worker of mine. We'll call him Miguel. Miguel was Dominican-American and fulfilled damn near every stereotype of both. He was a cool kid, kinda quiet but good people. As I got to know him, I ended up buying weed from his cousin through him. I'd call him up and say "Ey, Miguel, ¿como esta su primo?" (mind you, I am the whitest of the white) and he knew what I wanted.

    Eventually, he ended up becoming a dealer on his own. Usually he was good for some mid's, and since I knew him, usually pretty honest.

    As time went on, he ended up going on to selling better weed. Pretty much stayed in the weed + rolls business, for the most part, but higher quality than before. Personally, I was on a drug hiatus, as I was between jobs and could be subject to pre-employment drug screening at any time. I didn't have enough money to buy drugs or a detox, and certainly couldn't afford to let a job opportunity pass me by because of some chemical in my piss.

    Post-hiatus, I had gotten a rather steady job and came to him looking for the hookup.

    "I Got some bomb-ass headiez man, you're gonna love this, but it's $20/g".

    20/g?!?! WTF?!?! He was the only connection I still had following my extended break (over a year), and I wanted to get high. I took him up on three baggies for a total of $60. Picked him up and, as it would so be, it was some bomb-ass headiez.

    As it would also be, those three 1-gram bags weighed a grand total of 2.2g, with their bags, before opening them.

    I haven't talked to him since, and don't really plan on it.

    ---

    I don't know how these stories play into your post, but I felt like sharing them.

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  • itsnotlupus

    itsnotlupus

    March 11, 2015, 7:43 am

    In a related android-phone overheating matter, it appears that my ION's wifi module will consistently misfire when the phone reaches a certain temperature.

    In concrete terms that means that if you're running something that takes a while, consumes a lot of CPU while expecting to grab a lot of data from the network, it will fail. every freaking time.

    Not as bad as outright melting, but there'd be something glorious about being able to run "repo sync" straight from your phone. Alas, I can't.

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  • imamom32

    imamom32

    March 10, 2015, 3:05 pm

    I shop for my kids mainly at stores like Gymboree and gap, and buy those items from the stores themselves, consignment shops and ebay. I think they are better quality, cuter and less trendy and (less Hannah Montana-ish). They are more expensive, and they may make me look like I am a "label" person, but as someone who grew up poor, always wanting the guess jeans, I am ok with that for my own kids. I don't teach them to look for the designer label, but to look for a good deal, and good quality, and to make the dollar stretch better.

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  • InTheGutter

    InTheGutter

    March 11, 2015, 9:42 am

    Alright this story I swear is true and not an urban legend because my friends heard it from a caller on the radio who was personally involved. Also, I'm pretty sure I heard that it was on the news as well.

    This girl was over at house babysitting for two small children. While they were down in the basement, the two kids were very uneasy about a clown statue that was in the corner. So the girl calls the parents and tells them that the kids were a little scared of their clown statue in their basement. Well the parents are like "What clown statue? We don't have anything like that." The girl was like "Yeah the one over in the corner, down in the basement." Well the parents immediately begin freaking out and tell her to grab that children and get out of the house. Well it turns out that the clown statue happened to be a schizophrenic midget clown that had been living in their basement. On top of that, one of boys had said that he remembers waking up in the middle of the night and seeing the clown watching over him.

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  • sn0re

    sn0re

    March 11, 2015, 1:18 am

    > There have been tons of studies out there that show that an entire 1/3 of our total expenditures in healthcare in this country go towards treatments and procedures that don't improve our outcomes at all. The reason that happens, unfortunately, is Medicare's pay-per-service fee structure.

    Wikipedia tells me Medicare covers 43 million people, roughly 15% of the population. The type of people it covers (the elderly) no doubt have a disproportionate share of all costs, but most of those costs are going to be legitimate. I have a hard time believing that just the wasted procedures done on just 15% of the population amount to 33% of *all* expenditures.

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  • GameofDeath

    GameofDeath

    March 10, 2015, 8:06 am

    IT: Information retrieval often times requires leaving documents and materials behind, hence electronic transmission/communication of information. This cannot be done without an existing infrastructure on the premises, near the premises, or brought to the premises. This can, and often does, require high technical skill to accomplish LNT.

    Skepticism: No, Mr. Maynord. How many schools did you apply to?

    Execution: Pulmonary Embolism for LNT and PSS for instant.

    Setup: Situational depending on lifestyle habits.

    Count: 16 in 10 years.

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