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  • Bundabar


    March 11, 2015, 12:50 am

    Did you really think "John" cared if you closed your account? I used to work at a call center as a "Technical Support Supervisor" for a large DSL provider. I didn't work for the DSL provider, I worked for the call center. Most large firms outsource their support to these centers so I'm guessing BoA does too. (We even had a support section for a certain fruity computer company.)

    Bottom line, the call centers don't get to keep their contracts by how many people they keep happy, they get to keep them based on how many calls they process. Usually the people there only make marginally more than a fast food crew member so expect them to care about as much as the guy making your sandwich.


  • antics


    March 10, 2015, 11:15 am

    I couldn't agree more.

    Technology should always be developed to benefit all of mankind. That's the way I see it.

    I recently left my position as programmer and co-owner for a pretty successful startup. The main reason I did this was because I felt that the more you are a part and dependent on the economic system the less good you can do and the less you evolve.

    Now I got a part time job and I have no problems supporting my family. I'm going to start ranting now but... The thing is, the more you let go off money, banks, credit cards, cars, houses, nice clothes and all that shit the better you become at supporting your family and keeping them healthy.

    All the technology related work I do is now in open source projects. That lets me evolve while others will evolve with me and probably to the benefit of everyone.


  • MonkeyWorldUK


    March 10, 2015, 10:08 pm

    If I were going to make a game, I'd make almost everything explode for no discernable reason - in a fashion similar to Uwe Boll.

    Hover over the "help"? YOU EXPLODED THE HELP.

    To put a game-like goal and scenario; you're a suicide bomber among a city of other suicide bombers. Almost everything in the city is rigged, you have to make your way to your final destination and pull the chord.

    Just be glad I don't know how to make games.

    I could, however, write music for your game when you have an idea of what it's about. You don't have to use it - it'd be nice for me to have a project :)


  • Shaper_pmp


    March 10, 2015, 8:11 am

    Although it's always easier to understand something if you have visual aids, I have noticed a distinct difference in self-reported thinking styles between myself and various friends.

    For example, when someone mentions a friend's name, I become aware of them in an abstract sense - as a nebulous concept with other abstract concepts attached (parents, friends, family, job, attitudes, associations, personality quirks, in-jokes, etc), and no visual component at all. Another friend in the same situation self-reports an instant, detailed mental *picture* of the person. Oddly enough, I'm terrible at remembering and describing what friends look like (I also frequently miss new hairstyles, piercings, clothes, etc) but very good at socialising and empathising, and in turn he's very good at noticing new clothes/hair/etc, but not nearly so good at analysing social dynamics or comprehending alternative viewpoints.

    I tend to think in abstract or spatio-temporal terms - when I'm programming I literally "feel" program flow in the same way you're subconsciously aware of the layout of your house - "room X is in Y direction from room Z, but can only be reached via routes A and B". In contrast, when he was learning programming (he did a Comp. Eng. degree) he always literally *visualised* the code (like a flow-chart), and always found it hard to get his head around.

    Conversely, he's much more fascinated by film than I am, and will often notice quirks of cinematography which entirely pass me by.

    I think the whole "learning styles" thing is unproven and should be treated with scepticism, but there do *seem* to be genuinely different ways of representing thoughts between different people, and (in my experience) the ways they're self-reported often correlate surprisingly strongly to the kinds of skills the people have and the kinds of things they find easy or fun.


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    March 11, 2015, 7:01 am

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  • sobri909


    March 10, 2015, 9:30 am

    What does affect speech patterns are things like empathy, sociability, social adaptability, etc, etc.

    Some people have very strict, unchanging personalities and manners of interaction which do not change depending on who they're communicating with. Some people are the extreme opposite.

    Most of my friends travel heavily. When I meet up with them it's often funny to hear how dramatically their accent has changed depending on where they've been living lately. The same goes for me.

    It sounds like the same doesn't go for you. *shrug* I guess you're not in the latter camp.


  • sylviad


    March 10, 2015, 5:24 pm

    I've had boyfriends who would get really offended and upset when they couldn't make me come every time we had sex and would actually make it more difficult (sometimes impossible) because I would be so tense about whether or not he would be angry with me for not immediately spiraling into the throes of orgasm. I know it's been said before but relax, relax, relax, that's the first thing! Not too much- in fact, doing kegels is one of the most frequently recommended methods of achieving stronger orgasms (since your muscles can contract more intensely)- but your comfort level with your partner and not feeling pressured to please them by having some kind of crazy porn star climax are possibly the most important parts of the whole thing.


  • maineac


    March 10, 2015, 7:42 am

    He sounds rude to me. He wouldn't let the other guy talk. Would explain the rude outburst in the house. It is not because of the Republicans they cannot pass the bill. It is because it is a bad bill and a bunch of Democrats know it also. The republican was bringing up some good ideas. Portable insurance that is blind to state borders would do a lot to reduce the price of insurance. If your insurance wasn't dependent on your job that would take care of pre-existing conditions. I think that a person should have a plan from cradle to grave. If they want to change then they need to suffer the consequences.


  • BibleBeltAtheist


    March 10, 2015, 9:51 am

    If you have questions about anarchism, no matter how introductory or otherwise, many folks here, myself included, will be happy to answer them to the best of our ability.

    However, your original question came off, to me, as condescending. If that wasn't your intentions then I hope you understand why I would perceive it as so.

    "I just subscribed to this subreddit"

    I'm glad your here and hope that you came to gain insight to anarchism regardless if you are an anarchist. If you are not, then I hope your intention isn't to troll.

    "I have a working understanding of anarchism, (autonomous collectives with rotating terms of administrative service"

    There are many factions of anarchism. New ones are popping up everyday. What you said in the above quote can be true, but isn't necessarily true in all cases. Some communities may be content with those providing "administrative service" and see no need for rotation, for example.

    "Anyway I believe that democracy lies at the heart of any working social structure, no matter how uninformed part of the population may be."

    That really depends on how you define democracy. If you mean Democracy as we know it in western civilization, then I would be inclined to disagree with you. It leaves no room for compromise with the minority. As we have seen in past elections across all positions in government, the majority often gets it wrong for various reasons. Some are misinformed while others are thinking selfishly.

    If you are talking about direct democracy, then I can see your point and would agree that it would work in some anarchist communities. However, different communities will have different needs and thus need are avenues for making communal decisions.

    VeganBikePunk and Skobrin turned me on to Consensus minus any appropriate number. I see this as one of the better alternatives to Democracy as we know it.

    Generally speaking, I have to say that I disagree that democracy lies at the heart of any working social structure. There is rarely one solution. In this case I think there are many ways for a social structure to function productively outside of a democratic system.

    "So for me to say "voting is like deciding hat color mask the person raping you is wearing" I say that may be true under the current system, but it doesn't have to be and isn't inherently true."

    Knowing the OP from previous posts and comments, I think it is safe for me to assume he/she was speaking about the current system and would agree that it doesn't have to be and isn't inherently true. I too would agree with that line of thought.

    'and as for a manner that maximizes freedom and minimizes conflict, to what extent do you emphasize progress and justice."

    I'm not sure I completely understand your question here. If you would rephrase it I may have a better understanding of what it is your asking exactly.

    In the mean time, I will explain in more detail what I meant.

    "But seriously though how else would you have the 6.8 billion people on the planet get things done?"

    In short, by living an anarchist lifestyle and promoting anarchism to get as close to Anarchy as we possible can. Creating a society that minimizes coercion and authoritarianism as much as possible. A society that promotes equality and liberty for everyone and not just the privileged few. Moreover, a society that has the mind set that equality and freedom or necessities for a society to function optimally.

    If you are asking how do we plan to reach that point, well that is a question that I could spend hours on. We need to first enlighten the masses on the ideas of anarchism while simultaneously creating and promoting dissension. We need to make people aware of the wage slavery society that we live in while offering solutions to bring about change. I really could go on and on with this point, but I'm not sure that that is what your asking.


  • rotzak


    March 10, 2015, 7:47 am

    >I work unpaid over time, and have never called in sick. Not to brag, but I am a damn fine employee.

    Bam. There it is. You've shown your boss that you're fine with busting your ass for no compensation. From a business perspective you're an incredible sucker but the best kind of employee -- the one that doesn't mind *not* getting paid.

    You gotta look out for yourself first. If you can help it, you shouldn't be trading your life for a pat on the back!

    >In addition to that he got a raise, and now makes $.01 per hour more than me.

    I wouldn't worry about $.01, even in a "symbolic" sense. Perhaps he got the raise because he's better with clients than you? Maybe you have other strengths that he doesn't have.

    >I do know that our client is paying us double for providing an on-site technician what my brother is making per hour, so my company can now afford that pay raise.

    I wouldn't look at it like this. There are a lot of things that go in to running a business...

    >Should I quit?

    What would that accomplish? Your brother would then be making a *lot* more than you :)

    >Should I storm in bosses office and demand more money?

    Also not a very good idea -- they have the power in this relationship, they can *always* say no, especially if they know you're going to work unpaid overtime all the time :)

    >Our employee handbook says we aren't supposed to discuss our compensation, and I don't want to get my brother fired for telling me about his raise.

    Probably not as big a deal as you think it is, really -- especially considering he's your brother.

    All in all: Ask for a fucking raise, man. And stop working so much unpaid overtime if you can swing it -- like I said, trading your life for a pat on the back.

    Bonus round:

    >(yes thats a real job, in Oregon its illegal to pump your own gas)

    Where in Oregon :)? I live in Portland, went to college in Corvallis, and grew up in Bend.


  • aenea


    March 10, 2015, 3:13 pm

    If he wants to see other people, then there's not too much you can do about it. 3 years is a very long time for a long-distance relationship to last if you hadn't made definite future plans together. How old are the two of you? Had you ever talked about marriage or moving to be closer to each other? Long distance relationships can get very lonely, and sometimes people start to feel like they are pointless if there aren't any plans to be together permanently. And people can get back together- I certainly wouldn't live my life around the possibility, but it's been known to happen.

    It sounds like you've had this in the back of your mind- if it is time to start making your own plans for your future, then maybe this is for the best. It hurts a lot though- I'm sorry that you're going through it.


  • RealityTvStar


    March 11, 2015, 3:19 am

    The funny pictures you're linking to first appeared on They run a weekly photoshop contest. Whoever runs the blog you've linked, stole the content from that weekly contest.

    You've been here for 3 years, you can't possibly be ignorant about cracked? Or about their photoshop contests....?

    EDIT: I just checked the link for the first where its due, but this is still blogspam. The blogger is still taking ad revenue from cracked's work; its just a petty theft instead of larceny.


  • Cid420


    March 10, 2015, 4:13 pm

    Offer her a choice? Fuck that is the worst thing I've read yet. You want to help someone? Don't force them into a corner. Especially someone with some possible issues like this. Rule #1 of helping people: You can't help someone who doesn't want help.

    You would really have her brother forcefully humiliate her by exposing her sexual secrets to a counselor or parents? Or even worse have him go behind her back and tell a counselor and parents? Tough love isn't about betrayal or humiliation.

    You may think it's "obvious issues stemming from her rape", but you don't have a fucking clue what's going on in her mind. I don't either. No one does, not even her brother or parents.


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