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  • thinkfreemind

    thinkfreemind

    March 11, 2015, 12:25 am

    A few years ago there was a local child beauty contest in my local mall. I watched for a couple of minutes and was disgusted by the whoring of these little girls for some cheap plastic crowns. It isn't right to dress a little girl in a bathing suit with a padded bra, a fake suntan and layers of make up and then have them flirt and wink at the judges. It is really quite pervy to tell the truth.

    I never have liked these competitions though, ever since I dated this girl in high school whose mother worked to promote and organize these events. This girlfriend had dozens of crowns and ribbons from her own pageant days, mostly kept in shoe boxes under the bed. Her slightly younger sister had no ribbons or crowns, probably because she wasn't deemed pretty enough to win. One thing was for sure in their house, you could certainly tell who the mother’s favorite was.

    After a few months of dating this girl, I started to realize that her sister was always quite sad and down-trodden (Gee, I wonder why...), so I spent a bit of time trying to include her in some various activities. So if we were going bowling or just running out to pick up some food, I'd ask her sister if she wanted to come along too. This used to make my girlfriend upset though, because she always felt as if she was so much better than her sister. I could definitely sense an attitude from her (their mother also) like she thought her sister was a loser or something, which really used to bother me.

    Long story short, I have nothing to remember this girl by anymore but my feelings about beauty pageants and the knowledge of how they can mess up some people’s priorities and other’s self esteem. These pageants tend to create a world of their own and it’s quite an ugly place.

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  • Skaught

    Skaught

    March 11, 2015, 3:48 am

    I have an Iridium sat phone and I do save money. However I cannot get calls while I am inside so my co-workers txt me on my USA bought $20 throw-away GSM phone and I Call them back and do so in my included minutes which means by one set of math I get the calls for free (up to 12 hours a year that is)

    My rogers iphone is $1.45 a minute already. For the Internet it is cheaper to hire local actors and have them recreate youtube scenes for me. I get emails more cheaply by having my office print them out and mail them to me in the USA attached to a cement block.

    My papa took an internet stick to Belguim and checked his email once. He spent more on that one thing than his round trip airfare. He knew it would be expensive, even ~1-2 hundred buxs, but $1700! He is in telecom and it blew him away. He helped build the old AMPS phone systems for AGT (Now Telus) and was expecting it to cost, just not more than a surgical procedure.

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  • hypertruth

    hypertruth

    March 10, 2015, 3:39 pm

    I can't speak for anyone else, but I have noticed that all the media reports of the economic crises have caused me to become super frugal and worried about money.

    The irony is I'm earning more than a year ago, so I am actually better off. It is so irritating how the media can influence your entire outlook on the world, even though the evidence of your own circumstances show exactly the opposite. I know a lot of people have the opposite problem.

    So, yeah, I HATE that phrase. It's trying to manipulate me.

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  • shadowofpersephone

    shadowofpersephone

    March 11, 2015, 12:29 am

    What my parents and I used to do when we would try to wean our kittens from their mother's milk to regular milk/water/baby formula would be to fill a bowl with the water, grab the kitten (usually we'd hold them right under the neck with our arm under their tummy) and then moisten their nose with the water by putting a bit of water on their nose. Their instinct is to lick if off.

    If that didn't work we'd gently lower their nose into the bowl so their muzzle was lightly moistened (enough that they basically had to lick it off). Worked every time.

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  • bentreflection

    bentreflection

    March 10, 2015, 10:25 pm

    I feel like your reply isn't addressing the point I'm making.

    > Oh so if its sexual its ok.

    It's not the decisions or the actions that you take that makes you racist, it's the reasons why you made those decisions and actions. Racism occurs when someone holds a belief or opinion regarding someone else based on their race, and doesn't allow new information to change that opinion.

    For example, a white manager doesn't hire a black man who applies for a job even though he is more qualified than the white man who eventually gets the job.

    On the surface this action seems to clearly be racism however it's the reasons behind it that are important. Say the manager didn't hire the black man because he wanted to give his friend the job. This isn't racism, because it wouldn't have mattered what race the applicant was, the manager was going to hook his friend up regardless.

    However, if the manager didn't hire the black man because he think black people are lazy, despite the fact that the black man's resume clearly shows that he is not lazy, and is a good fit for the job, then we encounter racism. He made a decision based on a belief about race, and did not consider new information that contradicted that belief in making his decision.

    so to answer this:

    > I guess I wouldn't be racist if I only had white friends in an area that's 20% black. Oh wait.

    No it wouldn't be racist. To be redundant, it's the reasons why you aren't friends with any non-white people that matter. On that subject people are drawn to others which they feel have things in common with them. You see this with any group of people, both within and without a single racial group. Cultural differences can be huge, which is why interracial and intercultural relationships are less common than not. You don't need a rainbow group of friends to not be racist.

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  • elfgod

    elfgod

    March 10, 2015, 10:43 pm

    > stultifying the mental growth process of the minor in question.

    How so? What evidence is there for this claim?

    > Minor's have weaker negotiation positions than adults, simply because they have less life experience, and this alone shows that any such relationship would be severely skewed in terms of power relations in favor of the adult.

    And how is this to any kind of detriment of the younger person?

    The concept of negotiation applies to interactions where one person's benefit somehow relates to the other's loss. That doesn't seem to apply here as far as I can tell. Can you give me an example of the kind of harm you are talking about?

    > However often you keep saying "they wanted it!", the fact remains that any relationship between an adult and a minor is exploitative.

    When I was 23, a 15 y/o girl wanted to fuck me. I was doing nothing to seek this out. If I actually did it, how would the relationship have been exploitative? Can you tell me what the specific loss to her would have been?

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  • asm129

    asm129

    March 10, 2015, 9:54 am

    You'd be surprised how often people cut in front of you in line in Asia. I was in Bangkok at a 7-11 waiting in line for awhile, then an Arab guy cuts in front of me holding some drinks. I speak Thai and I told the cashier I was next, so that asshole couldn't cut in front of me. But I've seen other people cut in line and the cashier acts like everything's normal, especially if the person losing their spot in line is a foreigner.

    This type of shit will happen a lot at ATM lines in Asia, too. Asian people respect their elders, but sometimes older people need to get punched in the head for being bitches like that.

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  • LWRellim

    LWRellim

    March 10, 2015, 10:57 am

    Oooh yet another new "rule" to be used against little "peons" and scapegoats...

    But which can be utterly ignored by the likes of Goldman Sachs (because if they're "too big to fail" lest the people lose confidence in the system, then they are also -- by definition -- "too big to indict" lest the same confidence be lost... Oh, sure some of their "customers" may be accused of wrongdoing, and they'll get a token "fine" [paid for and/or immediately reimbursed by a bailout] as a slap on the wrist -- but the company itself, can do whatever they want, no matter how blatant a violation of the laws or rules, all they have to do is make certain no evidence can be found [simple enough in the digital age, especially when the investigators are "willingly" blind].)

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  • pilif

    pilif

    March 10, 2015, 9:15 pm

    ok. So a guy is showing how to write a keylogger.

    How is this different from any other keylogger? Do you think the fact that this is an addon to Firefox has any bearing? Addons can do whatever Firefox itself can do. They are not subject to the usual restrictions that remote scrips are, so naturally, writing a Keylogger isn't hard, but neither is writing a keylogger that runs on the OS level (where it is much more useful).

    Your protection against Keylogger-Addons is the steps Firefox wants you to go through before you can install an addon:

    * if it's from a non-whitelisted site (i.e. all but addons.mozilla.com), you have to manually whitelist the site first.

    * if it is whitelisted, you are presented with a dialog with a default action of cancel. And the OK button is disabled for 5 seconds, so it's impossible for you to click it by accident.

    * and finally, FF will ask you to restart the browser.

    So in the end, you are not doing this by accident.

    Which leaves us the problem of Trojans in addons and here, Mozilla recommends you to use addons.mozilla.org as your only source of addons, because they DO review submissions before allowing non-logged-in users to download and install them.

    Trust me: If you want to put a keylogger on a victims machine, doing it on the OS-level might be harder to initially write, but it's WAY easier to sneakily deploy.

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  • Ridcully

    Ridcully

    March 10, 2015, 4:58 pm

    I've seen my in flight entertainment reboot many times (US Air), but they run windows or windows CE. It takes about 20 minutes. It's a pretty crappy system.

    On my last flight, it wouldn't work at all, and I couldn't get another seat. If it doesn't work, then you don't have a light either (overnight flight), so basically I had 8 hours of no movies and no reading. That sucked.

    At least if there were enough room to break out my laptop, I would have been able to watch *something*.

    BTW, the crew that work in the plane are among the worst in my opinion (they really don't give a shit).

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  • wekt

    wekt

    March 10, 2015, 6:02 am

    >Demand creates supply.

    And rap music that glorifies criminal violence creates more criminal violence. Does that mean that such rap music should be outlawed?

    Sexually abusing children to create child porn is already illegal. As a First-Amendment maximalist, I don't think arguments such as "demand creates supply" have any relevance to the question of whether mere possession of certain images should be *per se* illegal. (That isn't to say that I'm unsympathetic to any arguments that CP shouldn't be protected. One may argue that CP is akin to stolen property, in which the original criminal misdeed poisons the claims of later acquirers.)

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  • uriel

    uriel

    March 10, 2015, 5:32 pm

    > i think a lot of people would suggest Chile under pinichet was morally bankrupt.

    I doubt anyone sane would disagree with this.

    But it is also rather irrelevant regarding the effects of the Chicago-inspired *economic* policies that the regime eventually adopted, and later the 'socialist' democratic government continued and extended.

    Note that Milton Friedman predicted that economic liberalization would bring political liberalization, and he turned out to be quite right about that too.

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  • isseki

    isseki

    March 11, 2015, 5:46 am

    > Also, it takes a person of a certain character to come over here, so when I see foreigners, I tend to assume we share some characteristics, and could therefore easily be friends.

    I see, I've seen very different people come over here so I guess I usually don't assume people share the same characteristics. Also I think I'd be weirded out more than anything else if some stranger greeted me on the streets, but maybe that's "big city mentality". But your rationale makes sense to me as well.

    Thanks for the answers!

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  • Worker_Bee

    Worker_Bee

    March 10, 2015, 9:00 pm

    It's common, but it's not universal. I hope at least you're being well paid for it.

    My advice to you: So now you know how to code, and you're starting to see the bigger picture, and how it goes wrong. But many people have been there already, and have good advice. Make a point of knowing about things like Agile, Scrum, Test Driven Development, Continuous Integration, Behavior Driven Development . Personally, I love them, but all I'm asking is that you know about them and have an opinion on them. Go to user groups, read some blogs, some books etc. Talk to your peers. You're making it clear that your cow-orkers aren't your peers.

    Decide what would be a better way for you to develop software. Try and get it introduced. If you can't ... Like the man said "*if you can't change your company, change your company*". from what you said of your skills, you should be in demand.

    When looking for a new place, make a point of finding one that practices good methods. And isn't in the same familiar reactive hell that you have described. Look for both a good reputation in public, and talk to the people you'll actually be working with.

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  • Liar_tuck

    Liar_tuck

    March 11, 2015, 1:18 am

    When I was in my late teens my grandmother walked in on me having sex with my then girlfriend. Later, she felt the need to discuss it with me, along with my very embarrassed grandfather. I try to talk fast and get out there as quickly as possible. my grandmother says something to the effect "Its alright, we were young once too, I am just worried you may not know what you are doing." WTF , right? She then adds, matter of factly, "You had it in the wrong hole". My grandfather couldn't stop laughing.

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  • HelloMaxwell

    HelloMaxwell

    March 11, 2015, 4:15 am

    That was hot until you got to the rape part.

    You have to do something. Whatever it is you do you HAVE to do something about it. I think you already knew that.

    I recommend you talk to her. Maybe say one of your friends told you about it and you never actually saw the pictures. Whatever you decided is better than letting her continue down this road.

    This is normal behavior for a teenage girl btw. Her body is changing and she's becoming sexual. She's looking for SOME form of sexual attention, be it positive or negative.

    You gotta do something butha. Plus also, post tits or gtfo.

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  • mrtherapist

    mrtherapist

    March 10, 2015, 5:47 pm

    I can't agree more: I can calibrate my glossy MBP in complete dark, and the second any light hits it, I cannot do colour matching.

    And, this is work that I could do on my old MBP matte screen at a normal ambient light.

    I am actually considering getting a new MBP because the glossy screens interfere with my work.

    Also, when it sits on the stand on my desk, I have to crane my head down and to the side to get into a "sweet spot" where there are no hard reflections tampering with my view. I am starting to get this huge crick in my neck because of it.

    Either the glossy has to go, or all the windows and lights have to go if notebooks are to be used for grapic design.

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  • uriel

    uriel

    March 10, 2015, 9:56 am

    Did you read what I wrote? I guess not. First of all, the was a rather huge crisis in the region at that time, and things are still 'bad' today, but by 1987 things were way more stabilized than they had been earlier on, there was no rampant hyperinflation, and the fundamental policies that have been continued to this day, and have been so incredibly successful were in place.

    Just because politicians like to make people believe that they can fix and control the economy magically overnight, doesn't mean the world works that way, it takes many years for most economic changes to play out.

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  • paloduro

    paloduro

    March 10, 2015, 4:15 pm

    Check the website for St. Mary's Cathedral, and/or call them. They offer help with bills and rent. Call lots of places. You might be able to borrow all you need from various sources.

    You aren't going to be homeless. At the very least, there are a lot of cool people in Austin who need roommates. I live in Austin, too, and you know how it is, a lot of people here live their own way. Plenty of Austin women need roommates, even temporarily. If you can't keep the place you're in now, there will be another solution. You may not know the solution now, but you can figure this out. A little help here and there, and you will either get the rent paid, or you will find a new place - but you will not be on the streets. You are going to be all right.

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  • sambot10

    sambot10

    March 11, 2015, 2:51 am

    back in high school we made a beach outting in Santa Cruz. Everyone was there and it was going to be epic. So i ride up with my friend Josh and my gf at the time. We get there and we all gather in the parking lot to wait for everyone. Mind you, we were waiting for about 40 people to come to this gathering. We unload all the cooler full of beer and and food and even the grill we all collectively brought. So, during this waiting process we're waiting for our friends and all of a sudden a friend of ours, Sandy, brings out her camera and starts taking pictures. My friend Josh and I thought it would be hilarious if she got a shot of my in the truck and my friend Josh closing the trunck on me. So, we do it. His Jetta trunk accidentally closes on me and everyone freaks out real quick. Josh laughing, says its cool, ill just get my keys. But, about ten minutes earlier i asked him for his keys to get my sweater cause i was cold. So, im locked in the trunk of this Jetta for seriously almost 30 mins or so. I then hear sirens in the backround. I hear voices asking me if im ok and yada yada yada, they have to break the window to get something; not sure what. Then they opened up the trunk and to a sea of on-lookers, multiple firefighters a few cops and all of the 40 friends cheering for my release from the trunk. oh man. it was crazy..... and what would be even crazier is if this actually happened.

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  • emeryism

    emeryism

    March 11, 2015, 7:53 am

    far from the rudest thing -ever-, but this is the most recent:

    I drive in LA a lot and there are some of the most ridiculously asshole drivers. at the intersection the road widens to allow people to make right turns on red lights. this asshole goes into that lane, and when the light turns green, he speeds and cuts off the guy in front. he does this three consecutive lights in a row and climbs his way up. he got pulled over after he tried it a fourth time, and it made my day. I hate asshole drivers. or people who look at you when they pull up to the stop sign / red light. what the fuck?

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  • jespeach

    jespeach

    March 10, 2015, 8:32 am

    Use a soft bristle toothbrush, and Sensodyne Pro Enamel, which fills in the tiny fissures in your enamel. Use a lighter touch, and floss well. You can also ask your dentist (or even the dental hygienist) for something called MI Paste, which also fills in the fissures. The sensitivity is caused by these tiny little holes, which allow the nerves to be accessed by the things you eat and drink. As someone who had hyperemesis gravidarum through both pregnancies, I am quite familiar with sensitive teeth! lol

    If you have the money, you can also get a sealant applied to your teeth, provided they are in otherwise good condition (no gum disease or cavities).

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  • amdela

    amdela

    March 11, 2015, 3:03 am

    It could be too that my hometown in Canada is a small town, where anyone you pass on the street will say hi, and if you hafta wait to cross the road with someone, they'll chat your ear off.

    And really, I don't go running after people, if they pass me, I say hello and smile.

    And I don't mean to paint all foreigners with the same brush - I know a lot of them are very unlike me, and they're all different, but I've met some really fascinating people this way. And I figure they know about more cool restaurants and discos I should check out ;)

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  • Neuroomg

    Neuroomg

    March 10, 2015, 1:54 pm

    Until women decide to ignore "fashion" and instead wear comfortable shoes that get the job done, like men do, they will forever be inferior to men.

    I say this with great sadness in my heart because it's mostly men that work in the fashion industry, making stupid clothing that are really only supposed to fit thin, male fags - not healthy women with hips. It's also men who are, funnily enough, skilled and effective enough to make a whole industry based on making people feel worse about themselves and then selling them the cure to their imaginary pain (cosmetics).

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  • mathewferguson

    mathewferguson

    March 10, 2015, 12:38 pm

    Some advice from the world of book publishing ...

    So for a while I was in control of about 200 simultaneous projects and everything was an emergency. Books are like programs - marketing wants to keep adding features, the scope change daily, sudden changes are made on a half-understood comment from some customer.

    I see in your responses that you talk about using a whiteboard and using the "Oh, so should I drop x to do y?". I used an advanced form of this to kill off emergencies.

    For example, there were multiple sales people all wanting different things, all bugging me over and over. I gathered them at a meeting and said that I'd be happy to help them but they had to decide amongst themselves which projects and features got priority. So instead of the salesperson trying to push their stupid little Winnie the Pooh reader with me directly, they had to push it against another salesperson. I was also very clear that there was only limited slots of what could be done and if the request didn't make it into the limited list then it wasn't happening.

    I did the same with marketing and anyone else who wanted to bring me tasks. They could bring me whatever task they wanted but they had to first convince the rest of the group that it was the most important task.

    So say the group decided that books A, B, C were most important. Then when a salesperson came to me mid-week and pushed for something outside the list, I could say no and refer them to the list. They'd beg but eventually everyone got onboard with the manta of "If it's not on the list, don't even ask".

    Extend the time between email and answer. Never answer an email sooner than ten minutes after receipt.

    I used this a few times also: "Sure, I can work on that but I can only do it tonight after 5:30pm so I'll have to work overtime. If I do, then you have to be here with me until it's done." This was mainly used with sales staff who wanted extraordinary things and sauntered out the door on time each day whilst I stayed behind. I never got a yes to this.

    I'm a big believer in people treat you the way you train them to treat you. If someone comes to you more than once with an "emergency" then you need to tell them that they get one emergency per month. The rest of the time it needs to be not urgent.

    Arrive on time and leave on time and take your lunchbreak every single day no matter what. People can't ask you questions if you're not around.

    Make some unilateral decisions. This is the hardest one but it can also work incredibly well. I simply said no to some people. I went to meetings and declared that there would be no new additions/changes for books published March - October. Salespeople who didn't get in requests when they were meant to didn't get their request fulfilled. If you are as valuable as you say then you should have some power here.

    Oh yeah, papertrail also. Once I made people start signing off things they stopped requesting so much stuff. Every change was printed on a piece of paper and it grew and grew until it was clear that too many changes were being made.

    I'd add to get a bit blunter when discussing changes. Make it very clear to everyone in a single meeting that each request cuts away time and they will personally be responsible.

    edit: Forgot to add that recording what is happening over time is a good thing. I had f-all time so it killed me to be writing down what was happening, who was responsible, what people did, etc but it had two awesome outcomes: 1) Don't ask me, look in the file first. 2) Patterns that I was unaware of became clear. I never noticed for example that the initial specs meeting was a tiny sliver of time and then it was followed by massive chunks of time over weeks and weeks. Made spec meeting longer, etc.

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  • asm129

    asm129

    March 11, 2015, 5:22 am

    I had a friend that liked to put his feet up on the chair in front of him at the movies. An older lady with her grandkids sat down in the row in front of us and my friend took his feet off the chair when they sat down.

    The grandma sat directly in front of me and one of the kids sat right in front of my friend. The kid was very young, so you couldn't see his head from where we were sitting. My friend put his feet back up on the chair in front of him so his feet were hanging over that little kid's head. The grandma had to put her hand over the kid's head because she thought my friend's feet would hit him. I told my friend to stop fuckin' doing that and he should have some manners. I hate when people sitting behind me do that and I stopped going to the movies with that bastard.

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  • peahen

    peahen

    March 10, 2015, 7:20 pm

    My last boyfriend was 21 and had never had a girlfriend (I was 20 and had had 3 or 4 BFs). I completely understood that the circumstances had just never arose and didn't really think twice about it. Even though he wasn't experienced, I loved snuggling, kissing, and touching him because I liked *him* so much-- it had nothing to do with his "experience." You are so young and *definitely* aren't starting to late to have many wonderful, successful relationships with women who will love to be with you.

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