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  • mahdeardixie

    mahdeardixie

    March 10, 2015, 4:38 pm

    I've been on redditt for only a few days, so you'll forgive me (I'm sure) for not knowing whether or not you were as ignorant as your comment made you sound. Damn. Haven't learned everybody here yet (I must be slow.), so next time try to not look so much like the idiots at protests carrying "go home morans" signs.

    Frankly, your post, in the context of your explanation for it, was more a trolling operation than anything I did. I bit, but you cast the bait. Try it again.

    I'm sure you meant the fag reference to be derogatory, but I wouldn't consider it so whether it was true or not. Being neither a gay guy nor a smoke, I probably don't qualify anyway. Did I cover the bases?

    And thanks for mistaking me as French. C'est la vie, mon cher, et toujours viva la France, Monsieur.

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  • Nefelia

    Nefelia

    March 11, 2015, 12:33 am

    I don't require that the British apologize for their brutal and genocidal imperial past. I would, however, appreciate that they stop trying to whitewash their past. I've heard many an argument that the British Empire did more good for humanity than evil. Not only is that argument utter hogwash, it is an insult to the cultures and civilizations that they have utterly eviscerated.

    So please, do stop apologizing, so long as you also drop any pretense of having carried out a 'white man's burden'.

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  • Gully_Foyle

    Gully_Foyle

    March 10, 2015, 8:11 am

    Hi deepthought42,

    I just wanted to say that I know exactly how you feel when you said that you felt guilty for being depressed; I struggled with it for a long time. But you can't get anywhere by trying to convince yourself that you shouldn't feel the way you do.

    For me, even though there was ostensibly "nothing wrong with my life", I still had issues. My parents splitting up really affected me, but it took a decade for me to realize it.

    The best simple advice I can give is to stay aware of the fact that you're dealing with some stuff right now, but that that doesn't define you as a person. It's a bit like an injury; if you have a sprained ankle, the worst thing you can do is pretend that you don't.

    Don't forget, being down is not who you are, it's just where you're at.

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  • Kitanata

    Kitanata

    March 11, 2015, 1:38 am

    I have been looking for an Angel to help in Business Ventures. I have several ideas and plans that I would love to work on. One of which I am quite excited about and currently building a business plan for. Having you as a contact for possible investments would be worthwhile, and if things work out can provide additional revenue to your philanthropy. I do not feel comfortable about discussing my plans in an open forum on reddit but if you want to learn more I will be happy to fill you in with the details.

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  • noirling

    noirling

    March 10, 2015, 9:50 pm

    It's a tactical RPG. In other words, you don't attack with a group, in line, like you do in other games. Instead, the members of your squad can spread out across the map and attack/defend individually. It is certainly turn-based, but it's much more challenging and artistic than any other RPG you have ever seen.

    The best part of this game is that it's simply the most innovative RPG I've ever seen. I can see every developer moving in this direction from now on, and it would do the entire industry a lot of good.

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  • imamom32

    imamom32

    March 11, 2015, 8:09 am

    I don't really regret it, no. I do think I would have made a great ob/gyn, or even a midwife. I suppose there will always be that Sliding Doors thought in my head- what would my life had been like if I had stepped aboard that train just a bit earlier, or taken this path rather than that, but I believe we make our choices as we should, and how it ends up somehow is where we should be. I do entertain the thought of finishing my education when my kids are older and more self-sufficient, but it would be more for the idea of completion than for attaining a job.

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  • StephanieRichardson

    StephanieRichardson

    March 11, 2015, 9:59 am

    What a fascinating find! This is a great article that fits earlier discussions on defining gangs--how a group defines themselves and how law enforcement defines them. I would consider this group a gang. However, as a whole, I would not consider them a violent gang. I have never heard of the "juggalos" and I am pretty sure not many are aware of this group either. Just because there were a few bad incidents with invididuals belonging to this group, does not mean that such behavior is motivated by the group. I would like to see more information on the Juggalos.

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  • LWRellim

    LWRellim

    March 10, 2015, 2:46 pm

    Actually a "neo-con" is a specific phrase referring to former "socialist" types who transferred their loyalty and party affiliation over to the GOP because of disappointment with liberal agenda (mainly the "peaceniks") -- but they were never really "conservative" (in the "limited government" sense of the word), and yet have managed to destroy the meaning of the word.

    So you should revise your definition to be:

    "Neocons are basically *former liberals who switched from the Democratic to Republican party and mainly advocate the use of* the US military as the world's police force."

    And the Alabama families probably WERE true "neocons" -- formerly southern Democrats who "switched" to the GOP, bringing a lot of their previous agenda (i.e. wacky viewpoints) along with them.

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  • dhgaut

    dhgaut

    March 11, 2015, 4:12 am

    Bumper sticker sums it up: When guns are outlawed, only outlaw's children will be accidentally shot.

    Personally: When I worked in a fast food place late at night, I knew a waitress who was paranoid and would summon her husband at the drop of a hat to "just hang out" at the counter. He showed me his gun. One evening she came in and told me how she almost blew him away because she mistook him for an intruder coming onto the property. Oopsie, baby, didn't mean to blow your face off.

    And then there's the time when my cousin, then aged 14, woke up in the middle of the night crying about his cat that had been run over. He declared he was going to shoot the woman who did it and started loading the shotgun. Fortunately, his older sister ran in and pulled the gun away before anyone was killed.

    And then there's the kid I know who was "accidentally" shot by his step brother. He died. The step brother had stolen a gun from his dad and had traded it for this handgun. He was showing it off and it fired. Oopsie. There's a lot of those incidents among "gun enthusiasts".

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  • mrtherapist

    mrtherapist

    March 10, 2015, 6:29 pm

    I played Trespasser all the way through, and although it had a bit of problems with the arm doing the right thing, the physics and gameplay were really immersive.

    There were many times when I played that the dino-ai would startle me. That the dinosaurs actually didn't just follow you. Sometimes they would stalk you, and sometimes hide.

    Other times I would find myself chilling on a roof, with one bullet in the gun wondering how to get away from the raptors wandering around below, hoping that they don't find the ramp which got me up to the roof as they run around the building. Sometimes the big dinos would just come around and take out the little ones.

    I thought the game was a tad bit under appreciated for what it offered in the day.

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  • meritocracy

    meritocracy

    March 10, 2015, 6:05 pm

    I wouldn't give up. The highest placed comment at this time begins with:

    >:( Do any of you complaining understand what the bill does, or what exactly that 485 billion is?

    Your comment is the second highest reply. I think the consensus here is that the headline here is easily misunderstood.

    THAT SAID: After reading these comments and now understanding the nature of the bill, I have to say that I am still extremely angry about the nature of this proposal.

    Subsidies never help consumers, because that company can in turn simply increase costs. Here is what I predict will happen:

    1.) As we all know, insurance companies employ price discrimination. That is, they charge higher prices to people with higher incomes. They do this by offering more coverage for more money.

    2.) If the government mandates that everyone has to buy insurance (which it seems they will...), then everyone will demand health insurance.

    3.) Employing price discrimination maximizes the profits to the corporation. They will clearly offer plans of less worth to people only able to pay a small sum of money.

    4.) Everyone has a maximum amount they are capable of paying. The insurance corporation maximizes profits by charging that price. They do that by providing poor service. That way, if you CAN afford a more expensive plan, you WILL buy it, because you are getting more for your dollar.

    5.) If the government does NOT offer ANY subsidies to the corporations, the price to individuals would be the same.

    Why? Because insurance companies have a profit incentive.

    Think of it this way:

    If the insurance corporations receive NO subsidies, and everyone has to buy insurance, they will charge each person the most that person can afford.

    If they DO receive subsidies, and everyone has to buy insurance, they can still legally charge each person the most that person can afford. And they don't have to provide anything different in terms of coverage.

    What this means is that they are simply pocketing the money and walk away.

    DO NOT tell me that we will "regulate them" to ensure they cannot do this. Many of these corporations already claim to "make 0 profits". There is PLENTY of legal wiggle room in terms of what you call "profits" and how you count the items on your budget spreadsheet. It's a trivial matter to claim that 100% of the subsidies went to "providing insurance". You just take the total you shelled out, and say the first 485 Billion of it came from subsidies. You say your premiums covered the rest.

    Seriously, the guardian is right, this is a COMPLETE win for the insurance companies. They get MANDATED new customers, no new competition from the government in the way of a public option, no caps of prices, and now SUBSIDIES!

    If this was the AUTO industry you could at least claim you were helping a dying industry that needed the help to survive. Imagine MANDATING that every american must buy a car, then NOT providing any government cars, ONLY cars sold by private companies, and then provided SUBSIDIES to the auto industry so that "low income" americans could buy cars as well. That would be solid GOLD for the auto industry! Why is it that we call this "reform" when it is applied to the health insurance industry.

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  • sisko_i_presume

    sisko_i_presume

    March 10, 2015, 3:05 pm

    1. Were you born without a sense of smell?

    2. If so, when did you realize something was off? What was growing up not being able to smell like?

    3. Do you think your other senses are more heightened because of this? For example, do you have excellent hearing? Or great sight?

    4. Have you ever had a professional diagnosis?

    5. If you could somehow magically be given the sense of smell back, would you take it? (I mention this bc someone said in another IamA post that some deaf people are vehemently against cochlear implants.)

    6. Are your parents able to smell?

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  • TexasMojo

    TexasMojo

    March 10, 2015, 3:03 pm

    Not a false analogy.

    How about the difference between cake and rotten persimmons? That's closer to how it will play out, historically.

    Nor is it a false analogy to compare food, which I'll helpfully point out, we need to live, and healthcare, also that which we need to live.

    Either will demand the knowledge,labor and time of another person, a bizarre twisting of negative and positive rights.

    By what possible "right" do *you* demand that someone else grow your food for you? or if not *you*, then the violence-by-proxy called a government?

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  • AndresMolina

    AndresMolina

    March 11, 2015, 3:05 am

    I think this article really hits home to me I Grew up in those sub divisions in phoenix and I remeber seeing alot of the bad things happen to the wrong people. I remember growing up having a close member of the family end up as one of those kidnapped victims and he was later found in a desert executed. It is sad that these things occur, but all we can do is pray and support our state and local law enforcement and help them take these animals down. the funny thing is growing up in phoenix I never really thought it was as bad as the stats say, but now after reading this article it makes me think twice.

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  • stephano0910

    stephano0910

    March 11, 2015, 3:03 am

    I think that ever since the discovery of fossil fuels (beginning of the industrial age) 150 years ago, the human race has become 5 times more numerous (~1.2 Billion to over 6 Billion) and is now a virus that will probably destroy all the other life on the planet. I think that we do not deserve the special treatment we give ourselves as a species, and that one of the worst things anyone can do is have another child. If it were up to me I would sterilize every single one of us (no homo sapien would be allowed to breed).

    Sometimes I like to view the world from a very dispassionate perspective, as if I were observing it as an alien from outer space.

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  • anyletter

    anyletter

    March 11, 2015, 5:36 am

    I think it runs on my Mom's side of the family, this dickishness. I was on my way to school in 8th grade. We were listening to the radio and she interrupts with "Metallica is a bunch of pussies.". WTF, we weren't even listening to Metallica. The station was playing NIN, and it was the heaviest music I had ever heard at that point. She pretends that she's not an atheist liberal for my Dad's sake (though she is pro life). Her favorite band? Slipknot. There's nothing more odd than walking into my parents' house and seeing this 51 year old 5 foot nothing lady watching old Beavis and Butthead episodes. Her dad had a price on his head by the Soviet Union and mysteriously died when she was 13. And she married into a NYC mafia family. Can't imagine that helped.

    I'm what you may call a purebred asshole.

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  • mrcmnstr

    mrcmnstr

    March 10, 2015, 9:11 am

    I realized I needed to give up WoW to get real productivity out of my life. Whether it's reading a book, playing a game, perusing reddit, or whatever method of procrastination you use, you need to find a way to make yourself cut back. With some things you can quit cold turkey and you find that your desire for them diminishes with time. To keep myself off of the computer at work I set my screen saver to have a password. Then when I go to check my e-mail or do some other inane thing on the net, the password box pops up and I'm forced to ask myself whether this is something I really should be doing at the moment. Little things like that can really help with productivity.

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