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  • dusklight

    dusklight

    March 10, 2015, 5:20 pm

    Like all teenagers she wants to explore the boundaries of her independence and her personal power.

    Look she doesn't have a mental illness, she's not weird or anything. She's just a teenaged girl growing up with Paris Hilton and Britney Spears on the TV all the time.

    The easy and lazy thing to do, would be to rat her out, or try to get her to stop posting pics by talking to her, or something like that.

    The real solution is, figure out how to help her realize that attention from guys is not the only way she can assert herself. This involves finding something that she can be good at, and making her believe that she is good at it, and making her realize that she can have a better life than the life of a girl completely dependent on the whims and attention of men.

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  • robosatan

    robosatan

    March 10, 2015, 10:45 pm

    I know it's slightly off topic, but I figured I'd explain why I won't be buying a 5870.

    I had a 9800 AIW and had repeated "your display driver has stopped responding" problems and my x1950 actually died from overheating with stock parts.

    Since I was broke at the time I picked up one of the budget Nvidia 9600s and it worked fine out of the box but lacked any real power (but it was cheap!). So I recently upgraded to 280 and have had no issues with it either.

    I always liked what ati could put out in terms of horsepower:price, but I'm scorned and won't be buying from ati again until nvidia does me wrong.

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  • sugarbabe

    sugarbabe

    March 10, 2015, 7:20 pm

    > Let's not kid ourselves, it's a problem that's mainly in the Catholic church, no where else.

    You don't do much reading do you. Or maybe you don't know enough people. This isn't just a problem with the Catholic Church. Other religious organizations have this issue too. Positions of power over people. In fact it would be naive to assume this is only a function of religious leaders. It's just that they don't get shut down as fast and they have a load of people trying to cover up for them and shuffle them around.

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  • mastersocks

    mastersocks

    March 10, 2015, 9:18 am

    Sounds amazing, you have me drooling. Some more questions if you don't mind:

    * How polished does it feel considering the planned release date is Jan 26/2010?

    * How is the gameplay using the Dualshock3. I come from a PC FPS gaming background (WASD + mouse) so the thought of going to gamepad for FPS has me reeling.

    * Is USB keyboard + mouse supported like UT3 on PS3?

    * How are the vehicles in terms of "driveability" (what vehicles are in the beta)?

    * Can you run over other/enemy players while driving an APC and kill them?

    * How customizable is your character in terms of appearance?

    * Is there a great difference in terms of weaponry between factions (if so, do they essentially equal out)?

    * Are there player classes (medic, assault, sniper, engineer, etc)?

    * Are there any weather effects and real time day/night cycles?

    * Does voice chat work like similarly to ventrillo with channels for squads or can you hear players talking if their avatars are physically near you in the game?

    * What is the standard weaponry load-out (melee, pistol, MG/shotgun, grenades, etc)?

    * Is there any ingame music/score?

    * What game modes are there in the beta (straight Faction vs faction team deathmatch, CTF, etc)?

    * What is your general impression of the game overall (if you had to give the beta a score out of 10 with pros/cons)?

    * Are you able to change squads while in game?

    * What are the average time limits for levels that you have seen?

    Apologies for the pile of questions but I (I'm sure many others too) appreciate any feedback you can provide!

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  • mooli

    mooli

    March 10, 2015, 10:43 am

    For starters, its easier to write cleaner OO code if you make no assumptions about the capabilities or origins of your collaborators. MovieLister can easily be tested in strict isolation from any other component, or the dependencies and services required by MovieFinder. Generally it encourages a more organised and understandable codebase where dependencies are clearly documented, and actual implementations tend to be simple and specialised rather than big balls of string. If you don't have to worry about how you're going to get hold of the functionality you need, or what else needs it, or what order it needs to be initialised, the barrier to splitting it off into a seperate smaller class is dramatically lowered.

    Here is a more concrete example:

    I have a service interface (MyService) called from some code.

    That service interface has three implementations.

    * One that makes a remote method invocation.

    * One that responds to the remote method invocation by reading/modifying database data.

    * One that sits inbetween handling simple caching.

    Calling code needs to know absolutely nothing about this, and each of these steps can be tested to destruction separately from every other element. In fact, generally the caching/remoting aspects can be factored out into totally generic implementations that are then transparently fronted by the interface of my collaborating instance. I can switch out which implementations are used without changing code or worrying about the knock-on effects and assumptions elsewhere. I can have multiple instances of calling code, each of which uses a different collaborating service without knowing about it. In fact, *just by changing the configuration files* I can instead wrap the whole lot in a hot-swappable proxy that lets me switch out at runtime which implementation I'm actually using, all without calling code knowing a thing about it.

    The point is that it encourages keeping your concerns separate, and gives you some very powerful tools for standardised reuse.

    I could do all this myself, or I could use a pretty cast-iron framework that does this and a hell of a lot more, thinking of all the edge conditions I haven't considered (circular reference handling, lazy initialisation, standardized lifecycle callbacks etc etc).

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  • nofuture11

    nofuture11

    March 10, 2015, 7:20 pm

    **Do you feel remorse? Would you take it back?**

    Definitely feel remorse. Would I take it back is a tricky question? Like you said, had it not ended that day he most likely would have retaliated against my sister.

    **Also, you do realize that there is no other way you could have gotten her out of that relationship, however she may simply find another guy like him?**

    I realize that, and it saddens me.

    **Also, you might have been able to get your nephew out of that household, but then his father might have harassed you for it...did he ever mess with you or other family members?**

    Without trying to sound like a hardass here, he never had the courage to mess or harass with anyone other than my sister. Before the abuse got extremely bad, my sister and her husband were at my house for a party. My brother, my sister, and her husband were standing around, drinking some beer and talking. My sister asked her husband to open her beer for her and he turns to her and says "What do I look like to you, you fucking cunt?".

    My brother grabbed him by the throat, shoved him into my garden shed, picked up a lawnmower blade and told him if he ever refers to my sister like that again he'll slice him open from end to end and let his dog fuck his corpse. My sister went ballastic and pulled my brother off of him. That is the only time it got phsyical. My brother made several death threats toward him too, and ended up getting charged with harassment for it.

    I never threatened him before that day. My brother is much more prone to action and defensive of his family than I.

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  • ytinas

    ytinas

    March 11, 2015, 2:18 am

    This is Ron Garret? Perhaps Eric Naggum was right about him then. His complaint about defconstant is valid, but his bitching about lack of lexical global variables sounds like the complaint of someone from an inferior language pissed that their bad programming habits aren't easy to do in Lisp (this is why I thought he was new, and I couldn't find his identification on the site in 30 seconds of checking, so...).

    Lisp *shouldn't* have lexical global variables. If you ever reach for a lexical global variable just stop. Stop and look at every bloody book on best practices for the last 10 years. defvar works as it should.

    Ron has nothing invested in Lisp anymore, his sole contribution seems to just be to hurl mud. There are things that need to be fixed in Lisp. There are things that other languages actually have better than Lisp (e.g. libraries sensibly organized instead of just a huge blob that everything is in and the names could be any of 3 or 4 different naming conventions). But we certainly shouldn't be adding *bad* features of other languages.

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  • amdela

    amdela

    March 10, 2015, 11:12 am

    I haven't here, but I follow some basic rules. Don't eat street meat. Don't really eat much of the street food, apart from veggie wraps. The water here is safe to drink, just tastes bad.

    I did come down with a stomach infection in Thailand tho, and it was the most painful thing ever.

    Any degree will allow you to get a job here. Just do up a simple resume, and toss it online.

    Came home with more money? Oh, I get it, you were selling your kidney, right? lol I haven't spent any time in Beijing, the huge cities scare me. And why fear being away? There's nothing like learning your own strength in the way of taking care of yourself and navigating yourself safely through a foreign country.

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  • Offthefence

    Offthefence

    March 11, 2015, 3:38 am

    I totally agree with you about separating the culture from the doctrine. There are a lot of members that don't make the best representitives for the church.

    To answer your questions.

    - I wouldn't say that the religion restricting me from something I want is the issue. I won't be living my life differently just because I stop going to church.

    - the pre existance and afterlife are concepts that are key to my disbelief. I'm willing to admit there is a lot about life we don't understand. There could be other planes of existance. But without a confirmation that there is life after death, I'm not going to base my life on preparing for it.

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  • stephieephie

    stephieephie

    March 10, 2015, 11:36 am

    Oh yes.

    (New reddit user, first comment ever. Forgive me if its under-par.)

    Even if there's no one in line behind you (although that always adds to the "hurry up" thought) it seems as though by some unknown force that you must get out of the line, and out the door as quickly as possible.

    Wonder why us humans feel that way...must have something to do with the fact that our technology these days, as well as our general outlook on life, is NOW!!! everything has to be done NOW! No time for anything else.

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