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  • joebleaux

    joebleaux

    March 10, 2015, 9:27 pm

    I graduated from the #1 school in my field during a boom in the industry, and moved halfway across the country to one of the most expensive counties for a job. Six months later, the same company laid off almost 25% of employees. I survive that cut, and several others until June, after working there for two years, I was laid off. The company currently only has a third of the number of employees it had when I started, and they only work 3 days a week.

    I have been unemployed since June, and do not know of any companies in my field hiring. My girlfriend wants to move next year to somewhere she can get a better job, so I as soon as she gets a job (since she is currently the big bread winner) I will try to find a job in that area.

    In the meantime, I play a lot of Xbox when I should be building my skills and creating a resume and portfolio of work so that I can get a job when the market turns back up a little.

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  • badger2

    badger2

    March 10, 2015, 10:34 am

    I'm fairly sure you can get whatever you want. The tight spot is likely going to be integrating the main board and their corresponding chipsets to support the off the shelf hardware you would be looking to add. I really haven't done much research in this area, but It's been my assumption that it's not as cookie cutter as I think maybe you currently have the impression it is.

    I would almost think it would be cheaper to give your requirements to an Asian developer and have them design complete systems that meet your specs. Not likely to be cheap, but if the specs are in line with the current market could be worth the expense.

    Which isn't to say I want to dissuade you from pursuing it, far from it.

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  • RabidRaccoon

    RabidRaccoon

    March 11, 2015, 8:04 am

    Expecting journalists who spend their lives writing about politics to be impartial and unbiased about it is as absurd as expecting the ones who write about sport to not favor any one team. Even worse, expecting an office full of journalists to not end up overwhelmingly supporting one team over the other is very naive.

    Hell these days even the people who write about technology are incredibly partial and different sites have a very obviously tendency to hire people who favor one technology over the other.

    The only way you can minimize this is to read from enough sources spread across the teams that things average out.

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  • bingcognito

    bingcognito

    March 10, 2015, 4:00 pm

    And sometimes, like in the case of Raiders of the Lost Ark, even that wasn't enough. I remember my buddy at school trying to explain how to beat this game step by step and I still had no fucking clue what he was talking about. Console adventure games mostly sucked until The Legend of Zelda. The hardware back then just wasn't up to the task.

    *edit: Although there was one on the Colecovision that I enjoyed very much: Gateway to Apshai. I think that was the first "roguelike" I ever played. Had lots of fun with that game.*

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  • BestServedCold

    BestServedCold

    March 11, 2015, 4:52 am

    >That's Life!'s readership has a lower socio-economic background.

    How does that IN ANY WAY discount the results of a study of five THOUSAND women?

    Why is rape bad? Why does society abhor it? Is it the act itself? Or is it the fact that a man is destroying a woman's ability to choose the genetic destiny of her offspring?

    I was having unprotected sex with an ex-gf/sex buddy of mine about five years ago. She had made it clear to me that even if we were not in a relationship, she wanted to have another baby, this one with me. She has four kids with three different fathers and claimed that she had been sexually molested by her father and yet still let her father watch her kids. Clearly, while she was a good sex partner, she was never going to be the mother of MY children.

    So she's on top and I tell her to slow down because I'm getting close. Instead she speeds up. I again told her to slow down or stop. She continued. I threw her off of me at the last second.

    Was I raped? Do I have your permission to use the word, since you've self-appointed yourself the arbiter of what is or is not hyperbole?

    Now, let's say we weren't using the rythym method but were using condoms. And she poked a hole in it. Or let's say I had the raw stupidity to trust her to be on the pill. How isn't that the same thing?

    Of course then she would be pregnant with a child that she could abort without my input, keep without my input and adopt away without my input. Because she has a vagina, I would be hard-pressed to beat her in the sexist US custody courts. I would then be at her mercy for child support, which she would have no accountability to actually spend on my child.

    But that's just woe is me, right? Having children stolen from us because we were born with a penis. Having sexual responsibilities with no rights while women have reproductive rights with no responsibilities.

    Tell me. What laughably ridiculous issue can women possibly complain about to equate with that?

    I don't expect you to answer. You're probably just thinking keywords like patriarchy and male priviledge, assured that you're right and I'm wrong. Just cover your ears and ignore anyone talking about conscription, combat duty, circumcision, alimony and divorce, the educational system, the criminal justice system, media portrayals, health issues, suicide, depression. I know. These are trivial and irrelevant while... whatever... women whine and complain about is relevant and important, even though it can be easily and factually debunked and disproven.

    >Men have always had a place in the discussion of women's contraception. It's a fairly simple statement.

    No. It isn't. It's vague and probably wrong. Elaborate and prove.

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  • hseldon10

    hseldon10

    March 10, 2015, 12:51 pm

    I was probably 13 years old, I was with my family on a road trip in Texas. We stopped at a gas station and next to it was a doughnut place. We hadn't eaten in hours, so we decided to refuel and have a doughnut. My mom and my sisters go in first, and my dad tells me to follow them in case they need anything. They buy their doughnuts and take a booth intended for only 4 people. So, there's my mom and my two sisters, and, thinking about my dad, I choose a barstool near them to sit.

    Absent-mindedly, I pull out the barstool, accidentally hittin a man with a long beard. I freak out and immediately apologize, but he ignores me. After that, I couldn't eat anything. The man just looked around the entire restaurant, as if searching for something. He smelled like he hadn't taken a shower in days, and was at least twice my size. He never responded to me, or anything I did, including apologizing. He just kept looking around as if searching for something.

    15 minutes later, he just bolts. Screaming something I couldn't understand, he jumps and runs through the doors, terrified. I was totally freaked out after that.

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  • oldirtyrestaurant

    oldirtyrestaurant

    March 11, 2015, 9:43 am

    So how would congress choose the criteria? This is a pretty serious issue we're talking about here, how would it be fair to the people? Would they poll and take a popular vote? Would they just pass legislation? How would "the people" be fairly represented?

    Edit: "Nobody, regardless of income, gets to buy their way out." Do you really think that this is even close to feasible? For fuck sake man, congress is pwnd by the richest, do you think they would allow themselves to be governed by this policy?

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  • meritocracy

    meritocracy

    March 10, 2015, 3:39 pm

    class BaseClass

    @@my_var = 'a'

    def self.my_var

    @@my_var

    end

    def self.my_var=(value)

    @@my_var = value

    end

    end

    class Item < BaseClass

    end

    class User < BaseClass

    end

    Item.my_var

    # => "a"

    User.my_var

    # => "a"

    Item.my_var="b"

    # => "b"

    User.my_var

    # => "b"

    If you ask me, I think that User.my\_var ought to return "a". This is particularly annoying when you are writing something like an "acts\_as\_*" plugin, and you want to grant special powers to a particular class, and you need to share information across different members of that class.

    In that case this "feature" is annoying as hell, because if two different classes both "acts\_as\_*", the shared information will collide.

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  • mahdeardixie

    mahdeardixie

    March 10, 2015, 11:07 pm

    President Barack Obama has now been in office for a little over eight months. That's about the same amount of time our children spend in school during the course of a year, so I think it's fair to present Obama with a report card on progress made thus far in his administration. If it makes you feel any better, consider that one-sixth of his elected term is already over.

    I believe the only fair way to assess the President's progress until now is to compare what Candidate Obama promised to what President Obama has delivered. When considered in that light, I don't think he fares very well.

    Let's begin with the closing of our prison at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba. Candidate Obama insisted that would be a priority of his administration; it even seemed in the first days of his presidency that it would be when he announced a January 2010 deadline by which the shut down was to be complete. By his own admission, the best grade Obama can be given here is an "Incomplete." I think he's been trying to reach his goal, but he's been forced to acknowledge the deadline he himself set won't be met. With the fate and destinations yet to be determined for over 200 detainees still remaining in Guantanamo and no long line of countries volunteering to take them in, the closing of Guantanamo is proving to be a herculean task. The best President Obama has been able to do is to get small commitments from countries like Hungary and Kuwait, each agreeing to take one. Bermuda has agreed to take four, Italy took a couple and the tiny island country of Palau has agreed to take about a dozen. Is this reminding anyone but me of the "coalition of the willing?" In fairness, a few European countries are expected to make announcements soon about taking a few of the detainees, but nobody expects the numbers to look much different then than they do now. At least as thorny an issue is the fact there's no American support or stomach for bringing them here either. (Some inevitably will be, if only to stand trial.)

    On Iraq and Afghanistan, I'll give Obama a "D", with a note home that he's not applying himself. The "D" grade is justified because of the differences between Candidate Obama and President Obama. In fact, since taking office, he's been very Bush-like. It's true that Obama came into office obligated to a pact signed last year by the Bush administration with Iraq that included timelines for troop withdrawal, but I doubt anyone believes Obama could not have renegotiated at least part of that pact had it been his priority to do so. Let's face it - they want us to leave. It's hard to see how the Iraqis would have objected much if Obama had asked them to scrap the pact and we'd begun the process of getting out faster.

    It's also difficult to see a lot of difference between Obama's and Bush's policies in Afghanistan. Does anyone think Bush would not have also been increasing the size of our presence there? The only reason this grade is a "D" rather than an "F" is because I think Obama inherited two wars nobody really knows what to do with.

    Obama gets a "C" from me on the issue of health care reform. "C" students perform on an averaged level and I base this grade on the fact that both Candidate Obama's and President Obama's plans for health care have been generally diluted and attacked in the same way and by the same people that all other attempts at health care reform have met with throughout our history. But, he gets another "does not apply himself" note sent home too. He waited too long to get involved in the writing of the legislation; guys who don't take the extra step never get more than a "C".

    The President gets a big fat "F" on the issue of "don't ask, don't tell" for the military. He came into office having campaigned on a promise to get rid of the policy and had the backing of both the American public and enough military advisers to get Congressional approval for doing so. President Obama hasn't shown enough effort to make good on what Candidate Obama said he would do and I see no extenuating circumstances for which to excuse him.

    He earns another "F" for reversing as President the position of Candidate Obama regarding the prosecution of those involved during the previous administration in illegal interrogation practices. Whether you agree or disagree with his decision, it still represents a dramatic difference in policy from the one he espoused last year.

    On the issues of global warming and immigration reform, I'm willing to give President Obama an "Incomplete" again. I think it's fair to allow him more time to begin work on both of these problems; it's not like there hasn't been plenty to deal with already. Additionally, these are both issues that promise to be at least as contentious as has been the spirited debate on health care reform. His ultimate grade will be determined by how he handles them when they do come up.

    I'll put a couple of things under the heading of extra-curricular activities and will not assign them grades. These are both issues that should never have warranted presidential attention in the first place, so neither is technically a part of his job description; nor was either event foreseeable by Candidate Obama. But President Obama let personal interests override better judgment in these two instances. One was his infamous interjection of himself into the Henry Gates debacle and the other was his decision to get in the middle of making the case for Chicago to host the 2016 Olympics. Note home from coach: Barack sometimes handles the ball himself when he should pass it off.

    In spite of all this, President Barack Obama still enjoys a better than 50% job performance rating (as averaged from top polls by realclearpolitics). You can find both friend and foe giving Obama higher marks on some issues than I've assigned here. You can also find those who think I was too generous. I say facts are facts, inconvenient or otherwise. To deny that and form your opinions based on party affiliation is un-American. Some of us should be dang glad we're not getting report cards ourselves.

    None of what I've written here should be misconstrued to suggest I think Obama wasn't the better candidate for the Presidency last year. I shudder to think how long this eight months would have been had we ended up with a McCain/Palin administration. But I do believe in holding to the fire the feet of those who are supposed to serve us. We'll never move forward as a nation with many problems to solve until we're all willing to do so.

    - Dixie

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  • SolInvictus

    SolInvictus

    March 11, 2015, 7:44 am

    > Television also raped the clap. Case in point: The clapping in the Friends theme song, which is a by-the-books example of untalented people destroying a culture and becoming millionaires. The claps now infest pop culture, committing a slow genocide against the world of creditable clapping.

    I really dislike your unnecessary use of the word 'rape'. Such a powerful word shouldn't be thrown around in sentences like "Television also raped the clap". Clapping is a gesture often used to indicate approval or in the production of a specific sound effect (which in this case happens to be the clap sound) and nothing else.

    I would say for a fact that the whole paragraph I quoted above transcends a certain level of atrocity best reserved for paragraphs written exactly like that.

    Fortunately for you, it's possible to stop sucking. The cure, as it were, is to simply read literature and articles written by good authors. Digest as much as you can and you'll be shitting out great material of your own, given time and practice.

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