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  • Barrack

    Barrack

    March 11, 2015, 5:26 am

    I've learned lots of things that had varying learning curves: programming, video editing, sound engineering, 3d modeling, two musical instruments, charcoal and lead pencil drawing, watercolor, singing, etc.

    I've learned that the things that have a steep learning curve always end up being the most rewarding and useful. Because it is hard, you know its not a joke. So when I'm presented with a challenge, like Drupal was, I powered through it. I've made plenty of money that justified my many long nights learning how the system works. Well worth the frustration and hairs that I pulled out.

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  • moogah

    moogah

    March 10, 2015, 7:55 am

    When I've been in debates about gun control, the arguments that I usually end up agreeing with are the simple rational ones: If it makes sense to have people get certified (ie: licence) to drive a vehicle, then it makes just as much sense to require the same thing for gun ownership.

    I have no problems with guns.. in fact I think they're kinda fun.. but I've also not heard any sincere arguments for why somebody _needs_ to have that fully equipped M4 instead of a .22 hunting rifle. I concede that the M4 is 1000% more awesome.. but if you want one, I don't see a problem with having to take a course before you can have such a weapon in public... if you've got a few hundred acres out back tho, I don't think it's the government's buisness to bust in and take your guns away.. so long as you keep them on your own property (and not show up to town hall meetings about health care with them..)

    I really don't have any sympathy towards the bleeding heart liberal arguments about how the guns are ruining society.. but I'll also concede the point when an inner city police chief says they would really like some legal authority to take hand guns away from people.. yes that is unconstitutional.. but there is a pragmatic reality there which needs to be addressed.

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  • codepanda

    codepanda

    March 10, 2015, 4:55 pm

    static makes it a single instance in memory (depending on context, you might not need it, given the description you assigned to the variable), first const makes the target value immutable, char * means it's a pointer to a character value, second const means the address held by the pointer is immutable? Also, your choice of variable name belies the syntactical ordering you have claimed to be correct, shouldn't it be "ptrstr"?

    Seriously though, I'm just making this shit up on the spot, I wouldn't dare claim my knowledge of C/C++ to be intimate. I'd be interested to know if I'm right, though.

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  • Reddithetic

    Reddithetic

    March 11, 2015, 12:59 am

    Well then just leave the young out of the sentence and you have lost any excuse for said ignorance. ;-)

    How do I know gays don't emulate most traditional marital practices?

    Let's start with the kids... they don't have any. Most of what you do in a marriage revolves around said kids.

    You are missing everything logical and accurate in this discussion.

    Your arguments are not valid arguments *for* gay marriage- they are arguments *against* heterosexual marriage.. that's why the gay marriage camp is made of fail. You are obviously just a bunch of jealous bitches that want the same treatment without the same work put forward. The way you treat a crowd of people that has a bunch of whiners that want the same treatment for no good reason is to tell **all** of them they are FUCKED because of the whiners- **nobody** gets **any** special treatment- now go thank the whiners for that out of my sight.

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  • marmadukenukem

    marmadukenukem

    March 10, 2015, 11:29 pm

    I spent 2/3 of my undergrad vaguely aware I was a bit out of place for my university. For me, this made those 4 semesters a chance to begin understanding myself rather than the high school student entered college that I would otherwise be. I pursued my own interests, academic and otherwise, instead of "friendships" based on drinking and other not-another-teen-movie-isms. After two years, I collided, quite literally on bike with other bikes, with a group of people, who liked riding bikes, juggling, playing calvinball, etc, whom I now consider irreplaceable. Highly accidental, I suppose, but the point is that common honest interests bind people tightly.

    Disclaimer, I'm a grad student now, so I'm gonna say that college ain't about a social life, but you will find one.

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  • waddupeverybody

    waddupeverybody

    March 11, 2015, 5:22 am

    My spread depends on several factors such as the table max/min and also whether or not the manager/casino is very suspicious about card counters. If a casino is overly suspicious, my max bets will usually be only 4 times my minimum. A normal casino, my max is about 8 times (which is normal for many gamblers). I have played in casinos though where I've gone up to 50 times my minimum bet. Very rare though.

    The best thing I do when a shoe is unfavorable is not play (go to the bathroom, phone call, order a drink, etc.)

    Never counted with a team (answered previously) for fear of trust/stealing.

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  • bluequail

    bluequail

    March 10, 2015, 8:23 am

    You are right some - but I really get the feeling that most of the information that this young man is getting is second hand. As in he hasn't actually seen the guy prohibiting her from having friends, he didn't see the guy cry... it is all stuff that the girlfriend is saying about him. She would be capable of saying nearly anything, and there is really no way to confirm it.

    It really sounds to me like she is probably too young to be in a serious, committed relationship. That she is still at the age where a lot of attention by the opposite sex is a novelty and wants to enjoy that for a while before being in a long term relationship. Which... there is nothing wrong with that. But I think the submitter has a little shock coming, if he gets together with her (or she may not even go that far) and discovers that she is complaining of his many faults to anyone that will sit around and listen (and I am not saying that the submitter has any more faults than any of the rest of us - just that they will seem amplified as she tells all of his friends and every other male she knows about it).

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  • jonuggs

    jonuggs

    March 10, 2015, 12:04 pm

    I agree that you should take some take off.

    Just make sure that you make a concerted effort to return to your schooling when you're ready.

    I've had friends go through similar, destructive, issues when they were in college and many of them who decided to take some time off never went back. A good friend of mine, instead of taking an entire semester off, only took one class - an elective that was "fun", in order to hold on to some vestige of an academic routine while he was recovering from the death of a friend.

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  • oconostota

    oconostota

    March 11, 2015, 8:45 am

    You dont understand the process of governance very much. I will try one last time to impart a message to you.

    The federal government of the united states is not allowed constitutionally to use the US military to collect taxes. That is against the law.

    Also, more to the point. Right now the US military is needed on missions that it is contacting all around the world in it's imperial maintainence role. In other words, spreading the empire.

    So the point of all of this is that the feds will certainly at first rely on federal marshalls and NON MILITARY forces to collect the taxes and to try and enforce the mandate of the IRS.

    Once the normal forces that are used to collect those taxes are proven to be a complete failure the government will either fall, or it will declare civil war on the people and roll out the military against us as you suggest. At which point it will literally be the federal government involved in a war against it's own people. Once that event occurs the US federal government will not survive for even one single year. The reason being that the US federal government can raise no further money. Nobody will buy the bonds of a government that cannot collect taxes. Nobody will contact diplomacy with a country that is at war against it's own people.

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  • KevyB

    KevyB

    March 10, 2015, 7:12 pm

    Hey you stupid faggot, are you so weak minded that you are unable to properly respond to his point, and have to grab into my bag of comments huh? Because i think you are, because someone who has a sure footing, never has to use other means to get his point through.

    You just fail, and ah my comments, they're what i think, and not what others would like to hear.

    So get the fuck out of the interwebs, it seems you are unable to comprehend the simple of fact of 1:1 freedom of speech on it.

    Stupid faggot, and yes, i'll add, to your comfort - even though you're not worth any - NIGGER.

    happy? go circlejerk with the other school nerds in your class, and keep no-lifin'

    Oh and sadly, no, you will make no good psychologist in the future, because obviously YOU FAIL and there is no fucking pattern, bee-otch.

    What i mean with great, was related to size, and the sheer mass of their structure, not good or evil.

    Idiot - spout correctfully.

    You on the other hand have 2 options now, flame back, or "act" like you're the lord here, and spout some nonsense about being able to shut the fuck up, discontinue this discussion "because of a lower life-form" etc etc, but trust me my lil nigger, ive heard that kind of bullshit on many forums, to many people, not me ofcourse, since i do not participate in gay circlejerks.

    But either path you choose, even if it would be the 3rd one, which would ultimately hammer your balls, - meaning just shutting the fuck up and not replying at all, trying to look cool while thinking that it is not for that reason - my point is still valid.

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  • wetwater

    wetwater

    March 10, 2015, 2:11 pm

    It took me about 20 years to admit to myself that I'm a gay man and accept myself for who I am. Once I did that, everything else slowly fell into place. 6-ish years later, I'm far happier than I have been and in a wonderful (but at times challenging) relationship.

    My biggest hangups were what family would think if they found out. My parents are particularly homophobic and a good deal of my friends at the time reached for the low-hanging fruit when it came to humor, most of which was gay jokes of one sort or another. I was raised Catholic and went to Catholic schools, but I don't really remember any condemnation of homosexuality (or any sort of sexuality) at school or at church. I was driven deeper into the closet by my parents, who reminded us kids we would be disowned if any of us were gay; you know, the usual drill. Add to this some negative experiences at school a couple of times, and the assortment of friends I hung around with, and I was in very much the same boat as you.

    Once I managed to get myself past that, my life became easier. I did have to reconcile a lot of things in my life. It wasn't easy and it took a long time, but I am happier for it.

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  • sodypop

    sodypop

    March 10, 2015, 11:46 am

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  • tehjarvis

    tehjarvis

    March 10, 2015, 8:43 am

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    There's a ton of info online right now...getting in with a realtor might be tough at the moment: Everyone is trying to close on houses to get a 8k tax credit. My realtor recently told me that they're planning on extending the tax credit another 6-12 months, so there's no hurry for you. Don't just jump and purchase a place in the first couple of weeks: You could possibly spend 20-30 years in this place.

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  • BraveSirRobin

    BraveSirRobin

    March 11, 2015, 3:06 am

    Firstly, we weren't actually talking about conditions today, we were discussing whether British colonial rule was overall beneficial for most of it's subjects. Of course their own actions following it are important but that's really not the point here.

    On the matter of what's happened since then, besides East Germany, there really aren't any other examples of a country choosing to dissolve it's borders. This was a very specific and complex case where Germany was the loser in a war of it's own making, with the split being only for a relatively short period.

    Following colonial rule, there isn't a first national government that's ever wanted to shrink it's resources. No government on the planet is going to say "I know, let's make our country smaller!".

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  • swilts

    swilts

    March 10, 2015, 8:47 pm

    Ok, that's well considered and has the ring of truth to it.

    Here's my rebuttal:

    Leave.

    What is it about the US that so inspires you to stay? Liberty? You don't have that much if you can't effect even the most basic change in government. The constitution? I'm not sure what good that the constitution is doing anymore. In Canada, we can't even get all the provinces to agree that Canada exists and we're doing fine without one.

    Culture? Anglo culture is pretty similar all over the world, NZ, Australia, Canada, England, we're all pretty cool, come give us a shot. Work? What good is a job if the middle class is slowly changing into an owner/serf dichotomy? I can't think of any reason I would move to the states unless I absolutely had to. If the north east or west seceded, I'd totally be up for that, but otherwise why support the idiots and assholes with your work?

    Maybe if the culture is so polarized into a 'get mine and FU' attitude, it's time to consider voting with your feet and depriving the bastards of your wallet, brains and talent.

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    jordanlund

    March 10, 2015, 8:24 am

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    1 chicken breast marinated in soy sauce overnight (Tyson "Even Cook" works well)

    Chopped cabbage, red cabbage, carrots, mixed.

    Hoisin Sauce

    Sweet Chili Sauce

    Sriracha Sauce

    Thai Peanut Sauce

    Cut the chicken breast into quarters and grill to taste. You can skewer them and grill them satay style if you want, that's how Cart De Frisco does them. Alternatively you could grill the whole breast and quarter after cooking.

    Take the onion roll, brush one side with Hoisin Sauce, the other with sweet chili sauce.

    Place the grilled chicken on the bottom of the roll, brush with thai peanut sauce.

    Top with the shredded cabbage/carrot combination.

    Optional - for a spicy sandwich, put Sriracha sauce on the veggies.

    Slap the bun top on top and serve!

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