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  • MikeLinPA

    MikeLinPA

    March 11, 2015, 4:42 am

    I wish I had the option of taking mass transit to work. I live in a small town and could not live without a car. It would take 40 min to walk to the store. Thanks to malls, the corner store is only a fading memory. The USA is designed for the use of cars and walking or even biking isn't an option. Even if I got a little scooter that gets 100 mph, I would get killed on the roads I have to take to get to my job. And don't even talk about when it rains or snows. I can honestly say I cannot survive without my car (unless the country changes with me.)

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  • nevona

    nevona

    March 10, 2015, 11:08 pm

    Walking back to my friend's house at night, saw a toddler in the attic window looking at us. My friends commented on the cute little kid and we all waved at him, but he didn't wave back. We get to the friends house and we tell her about the kid in the attic. She starts flipping out, calling her mom, etc. Turns out the woman in the house had a toddler that had died a few years back. No other kids or real family at all, so we know it wasn't anyone else. The woman wasn't even home.

    Creeps me out to this day because I'm not usually the type to believe in ghost stories, but I saw that kid with my own eyes. No doubt in my mind.

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  • waddupeverybody

    waddupeverybody

    March 11, 2015, 3:22 am

    The expenses vary wildly. If I travel far to play, then of course it's more, but I usually turn this into a vacation as well so it's tough to say if it's a card counting expense or not. I would say I rack up about $500/month in expenses. Very rough estimate.

    Right now, my expected rate is about $175/hour.

    I think its worth it because I love doing it. I would do it even if I made less money at it. It's thrilling, crazy, adrenaline rushing, incredible. Couldn't imagine life without it now.

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  • dirtymoney

    dirtymoney

    March 10, 2015, 1:20 pm

    I,ve done that before... it rips paint & fibers off the fake woodpanel walls & window frame...causing damage when removed. Besides... I have a giant window that when covered with plastic.... blows in & out like a giant bellows when the3 wind blows. This place is VERY drafty. I've given up trying to go that route.

    edit: the window frames themselves are drafty between the frame & the wall. So I,d have to tape plastic over them completely & to the wall ... wich damages them when the tape is removed.

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  • Slashmonkey

    Slashmonkey

    March 11, 2015, 1:16 am

    This is absolutely disgusting. It's a bodily function, just like pissing, shitting and puking.. Would it also be seen as "empowering" if someone were to devote magazines and books to shitting? (How about a book titled "my first shit") Write comedic plays about shitting? (ha ha, shitting is soo funny, especially when I explain every aspect of my last shit in complete graphic detail to a room full of strangers!) Or how about if they spread shit all over their faces and bodies as "art" and forced the public to look at it? Or perhaps they could stage a puke-a-thon where everybody continuously pukes on each other and licks it up again in public to raise awareness and make it an acceptable social practice? No? Cause this is the same fucking thing, the only difference is that these feminist lesbians (nothing against gays, but feminist lesbians seem to be the main group who are pushing this agenda) think they are entitled to force everyone else to hear about and see their bloody axe wounds just because it is the one bodily function which men fortunately don't have in common with women.

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  • nunobo

    nunobo

    March 10, 2015, 10:20 am

    I'm guessing volunteer programs = no pay and grunt work around the firehouse? If you are a volunteer for a while do you increase your chances of getting a full firefighting position?

    Can you walk me through the whole application process? Lets say I show up at a local firehouse and say I want in. I'm 25 and relatively fit, what happens next?

    Honestly though, all I want to be in one of those calendars of firefighters that all the soccer moms buy, but I don't want to make one and be a poser, you know?

    btw, you're doing a hero's job every day. I hope you and all your colleagues make it to retirement nice and safe. thank you.

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  • Nico3d3

    Nico3d3

    March 11, 2015, 12:38 am

    I don't think anyone here should try to make a diagnostic as we're clearly not qualified enough (that include myself, I'm not qualified to do a diagnostic on myself). I saw a psychologist for more than a year, 8 years ago and supposedly, what I was feeling was close to generalized anxiety disorder. I have no difficulty believing it as I constantly worried about everything that could happen and I also constantly worried about how people would judge me. I have no idea what kind of "mood changes" can be called bipolar disorder and I don't want to feel hypocondriac either. What I know is that I usually feel "not too bad", I don't experience emotional highs and extreme low. I had suicidal thought when I was younger but now, my philosophy is that as long as I'll have at least a roof over my head and something to eat, I'll keep "fighting".

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  • CptHaddock

    CptHaddock

    March 11, 2015, 6:17 am

    I knew a guy that used to love soaking people on the pavement whenever he could.

    He is, in every other respect, almost too perfect and nice. He paints (very well), he hillwalks, he is very intelligent, has a degree in physics, is socially adept and well liked, also fit, handsome and charming but not in a sleazy way.

    It was such a revelation to me when I found out. I knew he was too perfect but could never prove it. Everyone else was being duped by the devil and I couldn't prove it till now!

    Only that's it. His only vice.

    Everyone still likes him. I know he's a prick.

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  • magikasheep

    magikasheep

    March 11, 2015, 2:55 am

    Get a job, do community service (in last year of highschool, only 10 of 40 done), get drivers' license, get girlfriend and get laid, fix headphones, call dad, sleep, workout/ get into better shape, work on java crap and other miscellaneous personal work that i need to do, transfer those java files for later use, learn C/C++, download more movies to watch, go outside, wash post-haircut hair leftovers out of hair, look for more music to put on ipod, buy more clothes, get new shoes, put away laundry, feed pets, eat, life.

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  • asciipornstar

    asciipornstar

    March 10, 2015, 2:15 pm

    Glad you've found a way to make it work so well. My only experience with drupal was setting up some fairly large sites with many contributors with different access levels. We used some plugins to do this with "taxonomy" which ended up being a nightmare to setup and even harder to explain to the administrators. We had to write 60 pages of documentation for the admins. On our next project we started with drupal because we felt pretty familiar with it but then abandoned it halfway through in favor of a custom RoR job.

    My feeling is that there's a core set of features and extensions that work really well and intuitively with Drupal. However, there's a module for everything, so it's hard to tell whether the features you want are part of that group or just something somebody tacked on.

    Rails has a similar problem with gems and plugins, but if you don't like a plugin you can always write the methods yourself. And the option of complete control is more important for some projects.

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  • tigerthink

    tigerthink

    March 11, 2015, 8:00 am

    This blog post is a poor presentation of a classic problem. The classic problem goes like this: For any given amount X, switching has a higher expected gain than opening. So even before you've opened your envelope, you'll want to switch. And once you've switched you'll want to switch again, ad infinitum. It appears that you prefer Envelope A to Envelope B to Envelope A. So which do you really prefer?

    Consider the procedure by which the amounts in the envelopes were chosen. Do you suppose that the person chose a positive integer at random, then flipped a coin to decide whether to double or halve it?

    No, because choosing a positive integer at random is **fucking impossible**. The person who chose the amounts must have used some other means to choose the first amount. So your best strategy is to make a guess about this other means, and then use the information you get from opening the first envelope to decide whether to stay or switch.

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