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  • saute

    saute

    March 10, 2015, 8:55 am

    This is nonsense. First, there is no way to avoid rationing when you have finite resources. Second, if you have to ration (which we do), it makes sense to ration in the way that maximizes the benefit of those limited resources. That means finding out which treatments are effective and which aren't, and determining which is the most cost-effective of the effective treatments. The Republicans, on the other hand, would rather ration scarce resources by auction--the highest bidder gets to have life-saving surgery, while everyone else is left to die.

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  • chu

    chu

    March 10, 2015, 3:56 pm

    > From what I've heard, any work involving drupal being used for enterprise level work has required massive overhaul and patching of the core.

    Maybe 3 years ago. Sony contributed a lot of stuff to the 4.x branch as I understand. Now there is even a distro dedicated to high performance enterprise environments with a few tweaks (which feeds back into the slower-moving core) - much the same as you can use a google or percona patched distro of mysql.

    > Oh, and just because you may have seen some proprietary or closed, custom CMS's doesn't instantly promote Drupal to enterprise level.

    This is in the context of Drupal being selected to replace existing enterprise levels CMS's because it is many times better than the competition (open-source, proprietary and homebrew) in just about every respect. (And it has to be, as the cost of replacing enterprise platforms is enormous.)

    Interesting that you haven't suggested a better CMS and the OP just waves his arms in the air about how easy it would be to whip something up in a weekend (that old chestnut).

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  • therealjerrystaute

    therealjerrystaute

    March 10, 2015, 11:29 pm

    I'm self-employed, and usually work at home. I tend to work until exhaustion, at which point I just want to veg out/decompress for an hour or two before bed (sometimes I don't even get that). So handing out candy would be a pretty big chore for me, as well as likely cut into some worktime too.

    My office isn't in the front, so I can work without kids seeing the lights.

    Candy is basically slow motion poison (excessive sweets do terrible things to kids' health over the long run-- and one of the most recent reports even links too much candy to kids turning to crime as adults). So I'd actually be HARMING the kids by giving them candy.

    I have a nephew around 8 or 9 years old that eats way too much candy and other junk food anytime his uncle (me) isn't in control of his diet (which is 99% of the time). Just the other day he got scared because when he took a dump he also bled. To me, that was an 'I told you so' moment, because he doesn't ever believe me about the junk food being bad for him. Unfortunately, he wasn't scared enough to start eating better.

    I personally don't like injuring anyone if I don't have to. Especially women and kids. So why would I douse them with candy?

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  • Reddithetic

    Reddithetic

    March 10, 2015, 1:45 pm

    That's just the thing.. it *is* a big deal. For tax revenue, immigration, insurance benefits... etc...

    The reasons married couples get preferential treatment do not equate to the financial return on a gay union, school, houses, vehicles, appliances, etc.. . While some gay couple may emulate the traditional marital practices- most do not.

    I believe you are simply young an ignorant enough to be completely unaware of how much revenue is generated off of a married couple that exceeds any benefit they are offered.

    If the same was the case with gay unions.. they would be rolling out the pink carpet.. but.. it's not. It's more financial than anything else.. and trying to float a bad financial idea during the second Depression is nothing short of retarded.

    The most logical response to all of this hullaballo is to just cancel all marriage benefits and remind all citizens what whining shit heads they are that they don't know well enough to say THANK YOU when they get a break.

    All those gay men came from a married vagina in most cases. And several more would never have occurred without those marital incentives. I say cancel the whole fucking thing(ALL marriage incentives) and show both sides how little they understand about the issue.

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  • bufferoverrun

    bufferoverrun

    March 11, 2015, 9:48 am

    Senior at Purdue in ECE

    You should be able to pretty easily get admitted to the freshmen engineering program. All engineering disciplines have a common freshmen year curriculum so you will be in generic "engineering problem solving" classes for your first 2 semesters. After that you will apply to a specific school for admission into their program (ME, Civil, etc etc). Assuming you got A/Bs your freshmen year (which seems very likely given your GPA and extracurriculars), this is more of a formality -- unless you are doing BioMed, which when I was a freshmen was a very small and competitive program.

    I'd say that Purdue is pretty friendly -- obviously it's going to vary person to person; but at least in ECE, people generally want everyone to succeed and learn a lot since every Purdue grad with an engineering degree affects how the school is perceived. If someone "fakes" their way through and then goes off to do a bad job in the field, it reflects poorly on any Purdue students. Most professors are pretty approachable if you put in the time and go to their office hours, show a general interest in the class, etc.

    As far as freshmen year, I would suggest trying to get a dorm with AC! Also the weather is mostly horrible so be prepared!

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  • contrarian

    contrarian

    March 10, 2015, 9:11 pm

    Reaganomics fixed what the democrats fucked up in the 70s and began the longest expansion in the past 100 years (with the exception of a small downturn in the early 90s), which carried through to the end of the tech bust and when Clinton, Dodd & friends deregulated the banks and fucked up in their chance to nab Obama leading to the lengthy war and current financial collapse we're not dealing with. Clinton was too busy getting his dick and cutting military spending when when he should have been worrying about national security.

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  • dirtmcgurk

    dirtmcgurk

    March 11, 2015, 2:36 am

    Part of the mindset that is (IMO) necessary to enter this line of work is the understanding of the ludic fallacy. We do not possess the knowledge or ability to specifically control the world, in this instance other people. All we can do is affect it in the best way we know how. Showing/teaching someone the cognitive tools to produce the results they truly desire, and the realities of what they desire, is all that can be done. Therefore, in a setting like prison, you just do your best and accept it.

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  • Dan_Farina

    Dan_Farina

    March 10, 2015, 7:30 pm

    I also like setting the mark using C-SPC. Moving the point around will then result in a selected/active region.

    You can then use:

    C-w to cut/kill (M-w if you want to copy)

    Try then C-w ing some other region (again, cut/kill)

    Then try C-y (paste/yank). You'll get the last thing you C-w ed. Before you do anything else, hit M-y. It should cycle to the previous thing you C-wed

    As a result, you can consecutively cut/kill things without worrying about them being lost.

    > See, I want to learn emacs because everyone says it's the best thing since sliced bread and all the hardcore old guys

    I'm don't think I'm old. I don't know if I'm even hardcore.

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  • NoMoreNicksLeft

    NoMoreNicksLeft

    March 11, 2015, 4:49 am

    > Okay but I could just say that they realize that they can increase support by competing against each other until both evils are both really wonderful.

    They don't need to increase support. In this accidental symbiosis that occurs, they are guaranteed a second place win... which in our system still means 35-49% of congressional seats. If they break the symbiosis and betray the other party, that other party might just push the nuclear button, so to speak, allowing all parties into the mix. And then their guaranteed second place win goes away, and they might end up in 10th place, or not placing at all.

    There's no reason to increase support. They win first place sometimes, and second place all other times. It's a good system. It's a secure system, very stable.

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  • mkdeut

    mkdeut

    March 11, 2015, 3:15 am

    I was in a similar situation. I was overwhelmed with outside factors while I was in my first semester of my third year. Ended up going through a major depression, and developed a mild eating disorder on top of that. It was too the point where I just had to say "fuck it all" and quit going to classes.

    I think you should follow everybody else's advice and talk to your parents. But also look into talking to a councilor at the university. I think it would probably be fairly important that somebody connected to the uni has a good idea of whats going on.

    In the end though, I stopped going to University 3 years ago and it was a very good decision for me. Going to school my entire life up until that point didn't really give me any good chances to learn some more important things that you won't learn in school.

    Now that I've had time to travel to other countries, and just work a full-time job, I have a much better idea of who I am, and what I want to do with my life. I'm a very happy person nowadays, and I can't wait to get back to university next year.

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  • spaceghoti

    spaceghoti

    March 11, 2015, 12:04 am

    One of the reasons we have more poor, and that they're so poor is because of the way the elite are hoarding wealth for themselves. The American dream of "rags to riches" used to be a possibility with hard work and dedication, but now it's involves far more luck than work. The elite are trying to preserve their own status, and in doing so are making it harder for everyone else to get ahead. Whether that's intentional or simply a consequence of the policies they've lobbied for, the end result is the same. More and more people are on the streets needing help, and they're being told "get a job, you bum!"

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  • p3ngwin

    p3ngwin

    March 10, 2015, 1:13 pm

    if i am "close-minded" then you must be impatient.

    to suggest that we should invest more energy into more difficult problems to solve simpler problems suggests we fail at understanding the simple.

    if we can't understand the simple, because we have "progressed" past it too quickly, suggests we should slow down and gain wisdom from that which is simple, before we use it to get to the complex.

    otherwise we increase the margin of error and we suffer more and more the diminishing returns of "accelerated progress".

    we will have plenty, yet understand nothing. to become increasingly irresponsible due to our impatience to understand what we have, before moving on, means our own demise.

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  • waddupeverybody

    waddupeverybody

    March 10, 2015, 10:28 am

    I bought a blackjack table, chips, cards, and a shoe (the thing where the cards go at a casino). I set it up in my dorm room and dealt myself hands, placing the chips and everything trying to simulate casino conditions as best I could. I got bad grades that year.

    When I wasn't at home, I would always have a deck of cards with me and would flip them over and "count down" the deck always removing one card before and see if I could guess what it was at the end (not exactly but if it was a "high" "low" or "neutral" card).

    I didn't go to the casino until I was sure of my skills and even then I just played on the $5 tables for a while.

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  • LVDave

    LVDave

    March 10, 2015, 5:49 pm

    Hell, most of the under-40 people I know well like the b.s. that the current regime is shoving down our throats.. Everytime I see a car with an Obama sticker on it, I move the hell out of the way, because I know there is an idiot driving it.... The only information sources that do not kiss Obama's ass is talk-radio, and I see *that* getting attacked in the near future.. Once that's gone, all we'll have is the new version of Pravda, better known as the mass media. Those of us who detest seeing America, the once proud USA, becoming a 3rd world USSA under this hitler-esqe regime.. The summary asks "Where's the resistance?"... We're trying, and I strongly believe there are more of us (Conservatives) than the statist/liberal/progressives... We did make a pretty good showing at the teaparties, and you can tell the progressives noticed it, as they immediately started marginalizing us... Hopefully these demonstrations do some good... alas, I fear not.. This crap (public medical "reform", bailouts, etc) are being shoved down our throat...

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  • fingus

    fingus

    March 10, 2015, 11:13 pm

    Interesting. I'm norwegian and I was actually able to understand parts of that. I've never been able to understand spoken icelandic, but when written it makes more sense.

    As far as I understood Zero_Gravitas' question was "Where in Iceland are you from?"

    To which you replied that you are from Sunnland, but your ancenstry is from two other countries. Westman something, and... Germany? In parantheis you say you are not sure about Westman, only that your ancestors lived there at a point. You were either born or are currently living in Laugarvatni.

    How far off am I?

    By the way, I've wanted to learn german for a while because it comes to me naturally being a germanic language and all but still different enough from english and norwegian to be something new. Now I suddenly got interested in icelandic. How hard is the grammar? Icelandic and norwegian both have roots in old norse if I remember correctly so I wouldn't be surprised if there were similarities.

    -

    edit: Just noticed that someone else further down had translated as well. Seems like I did a pretty good job!

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  • evet

    evet

    March 10, 2015, 2:12 pm

    I'm middle aged. I'm on good terms with my parents but live pretty far from them. I talk to them about once every couple months, for about an hour each parent. I almost always initiate the call, because it's easier for me to catch them at home than for them to catch me. Recently I've been calling more (say, every 4-5 days) since my dad was injured, so he doesn't feel ignored and neglected in the hospital.

    My husband talks to his mom pretty often, since he provides the tech support for her computers. Some weeks it's just about every night. His parents live about an hour away and we see them in person every few weeks on average.

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  • ephekt

    ephekt

    March 10, 2015, 7:32 am

    It seems you posted during my edit, so before we go any further, I'd like you to consider this.

    >If you disagree then I am open to examples where belief, revelation or supernatural whatever has ever granted us knowledge (justifiably true belief) in any domain.

    ---------------------------

    That out of the way, I have a few problems with your challenge. First, you are creating a false dichotomy based on assumptions you have yet to prove. Even if you could offer something that can't currently be explained, it doesn't mean that it can't eventually be explained, or that it can be explained with belief. I would also need to ask that you show how something can be explained by belief in the first place. One can only obtain genuine understanding from knowledge, and belief cannot be knowledge unless it can be shown to be justifiably true.

    That said, I'll hear your challenge out so long as we can approach it in a reasonable and reciprocal manner.

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  • ThePain

    ThePain

    March 10, 2015, 2:19 pm

    But. it. is. different. The situation has completely changed. You can't just take things from an old unrelated equation and throw them into a new one just because. If I have 99 doors and you have 1, your odds of being correct are much lower. If I throw away 98 **INCORRECT** **INCORRECT** **INCORRECT** **INCORRECT** KEY FUCKING WORD! NOT THE RIGHT DOOR! doors there's now My door and your door. The fact 10 seconds ago I had 98 other doors has no bearing at all on the here and now.

    Let's put it this way. Saddam in 2000 had one of the biggest armys in the world. What you're trying to say is that in 2006 Saddam's army was just as powerful as it was in 2000, despite no longer having an army.

    It's a logic problem, not a math problem. If you go at it from a mathematical point of view you're going to get it wrong because you're trying to jam in factors that have no bearing on the situation.

    Just because you had something in the past, has no bearing on having it now.

    >With one hundred doors, you only have a one percent chance that your pile has the right card whereas he has a ninety-nine percent chance.

    You are absolutely correct, 100%. Your odds are 1% that you picked the correct door.

    >It doesn't matter how many cards he removes, because it still stands that your pile only has a one percent chance of being right.

    Yes it does, because it's no longer 1-99 chance, it's a 1-2 chance. The fact it was 1-99 a second ago is irrelevant, and a logical fallacy to think it is. You're trying to see two unrelated guesses as identical, which is why this won't work.

    **The Biggest problem here is that people are trying to work this out in a way that includes the correct door as being possibly thrown out. The correct door will never be thrown out whether you picked it first or not, so there is never any loss to the player to have one door removed. *That door would have never been the correct choice.* What we are presented with is a waste of time, and then picking between Door A or Door B.**

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  • DepthChargeEthel

    DepthChargeEthel

    March 10, 2015, 6:04 pm

    I've dealt with stress virtually since I was born, from various traumas: My mom was 16 when I was born, she and my father never married & broke up a year after I was born. There were times that he wasn't around at all for awhile, but there were also times that he was living with us. Those times weren't amazing, because he was an undiagnosed Bi Polar and severe alcoholic. My mom didn't know how to handle it, other than to give him more booze to keep him from being sick.

    I dealt with anxiety related illnesses in middle school and high school until I was finally diagnosed with some serious health problems. The same year I was diagnosed, he committed suicide.

    I went to 6 or 7 elementary schools, and I can't even remember who my friends were, their names. There was just so much going on outside of school (alcoholic father, abusive mom's boyfriends, mom being young and poor, moving a lot) that not a lot of memories of it survived.

    (Sorry about the long post. I like sharing in these DAE posts.)

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