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  • Freeky

    Freeky

    March 10, 2015, 1:53 pm

    Over the top flying crap, over the top smoke and steam effects which obscure what you're trying to look at; most of the bits worth having (such as the slightly more destructible environment) run fine on the CPU, or should. It certainly seemed OK here (HD4870) in areas without smoke. So why not include a low physics detail level with that? Hmm.

    It was the same with Mirror's Edge, funnily enough; the wobbly cloth effects were the most noticeable feature and ran just fine CPU-driven, but the instant a window breaks, slideshow time. Again, no Low setting for PhysX, just Off or Pointlessly Over The Top.

    If I didn't know better, I'd suggest nVidia are encouraging game developers to always include some CPU-unfriendly options with their PhysX support so people on other GPUs don't even get modest benefits out of it. Actually, I don't know better, who knows what licensing agreements these companies are getting :/

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  • stygyan

    stygyan

    March 10, 2015, 2:45 pm

    Well, my bank does this. When I overdraw (for example, I'm at -5 bucks right now, I think), my bank doesn't charge me, AS LONG as I adress that debt within a reasonable time (for example, the next month salary). If I carry that debt for longer than that, they start to charge me.

    Apart from that, my credit card works the same way. If I pay all my debt within the next month, I don't get charged any interest - to be honest, I only use my credit card to buy on places where I'm not allowed to use anything else (play.com doesn't accept paypal not POD, for example), so my credit card debt usually doesn't go farther than 50-60 bucks a month.

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  • illuminatedwax

    illuminatedwax

    March 10, 2015, 11:28 am

    > May be. But that does not mean that every little thing she does that does not conform to what you think is right are caused by those two things.

    But it's clear here that her behavior is motivated by this trauma. The two things are almost certainly connected, and the likelihood is so high it would be harmful to ignore it.

    > You're trying to tie the nude-photo phenomena -- a fucking internet EXPLOSION that millions of kids have done -- to her rape and disorder, completely ignoring that many, many people dish nude photos of themselves, for all sorts of reasons, to the point where CNN and NYT have been doing articles on it. You can't say which of those two things in her life is the reason for her actions, but you're pretty sure at least one of them are to blame. People don't have to be raped as a kid to be attention whores. It's just a dumb move on her part.

    You've got it completely backwards. I'm not saying people have to be raped or be victims of sexual assault or be bipolar to partake in this kind of behavior. I'm saying that knowing her past history is an indication that this kind of behavior is her acting out because of the trauma she's been through. Any therapist will tell you this is the case. Your logic is backwards.

    > I'm not. I'm treating the nude photos as sniffles, because they are. Nude photos on a fucking chan site is not a cancer that is going to take her life. Not even close. It can definitely have a negative impact. So can underage drinking. So can pot use. So can playing a practical joke that goes too far. It doesn't mean that everyone who does those things were bipolar rape victims. Fuck, photos like that have led some people to get on reality TV shows.

    I never said it was. But it's a symptom that, knowing her background, means she needs some serious help because she is having boundary issues. Let me clarify the analogy for you: the history of trauma and bipolar disorder is like AIDS. If someone comes in with some sniffles, you sure as hell are going to treat the patient differently if they have AIDS as compared to someone you know is healthy.

    When someone acts out like this, having had the kind of history this girl has had, it's an almost certain indication that they're going to not only continue this kind of behavior, but that unchecked it is going to become more serious, because that's the nature of the mental illness. They'll most likely become addicts or start getting themselves into worse and worse situations -- she'll get pregnant with a child she cannot provide for, or maybe she'll *actually get* AIDS.

    I'm saying that her behavior is endemic of a much deeper problem and that if you want to help her, you can't just yell at her and tell her to stop being a whore. You have to get serious counseling involved to address her trauma and mental illness.

    > make a person like this? Like what? She's an individual. Not a stereotype. See, you're doing it and you don't even know it. "Julie spilled her soda on the floor ....oooh don't make her feel guilty though, you gotta treat people like this in a special way".

    Yes. People who have these kinds of issues deal with things differently than most people. That's why it's called bipolar *disorder.* It's something that's not usual. You can do your hard-ass routine all day, but the fact of the matter is (and science and practice support this) if you want this girl to have a stable life and stop this kind of destructive behavior, one of the worst things you can do is emphasize guilt or shame in their actions.

    This isn't about stereotypes. It's about realities of human behavior. People with medical illnesses all respond in slightly different ways, but it doesn't take a genius to realize that dealing with AIDS patients will be different than dealing with healthy patients.

    > Yes. Yes it does. If the photos were of her clothed, this guy would not have posted this to reddit. The issue is completely about the fact that she's nude on the web.

    But it's not about judgment any further than whether it is a destructive or constructive force in her life. It's clear that this is going to cause nothing but chaos and drama in her life. There's nothing helpful about her behavior. That's the only judgment I've made -- it has nothing to do with morality.

    So I guess *technically* the situation has to do with her being nude -- if you want you can say "WELL THATS THE TITLE OF THIS THREAD" but that would be missing the point. The point is that's not *why* I'm recommending the OP do what I said.

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  • malcontent

    malcontent

    March 10, 2015, 10:18 am

    >No you linked to two patents which were submitted to multiple nations with 3 articles talking about the same patents.

    Hey idiot. One page had seven different patents on it including patents covering XML serialization and one that covers "Word-processing document stored in a single XML file that may be manipulated by applications that understand XML "

    >I did not lie. There are no known MS patents on the XML aspects of Mono. These certainly are not relevant.

    I knew you were too stupid to read or understand those links.

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  • wickedcold

    wickedcold

    March 10, 2015, 3:04 pm

    Best comment by far:

    >I just googled "Student killed while riding bike to school," with 44,700 results.

    >Then I typed "student killed while driving to school," yielding 694,000 results.

    >Finally, I typed, "the value of anecdotal evidence over critical thinking, community involvement and the freedom of choice," and walked away.

    If the (perceived) problem with kids biking to school is that inattentive and reckless drivers create an environment where cyclists are doomed, then why are we focusing on the cyclists? Shouldn't we be telling the drivers to chill the fuck out and be careful, because there's students cycling to school?

    Of course, if I had my way we'd be forcing them to slow down, drive safely, etc *regardless* of where they're driving. I never understood the hatred the general public has with traffic law enforcement. It makes driving better for everyone. If people were mature and intelligent enough to realize the dangers of driving we wouldn't have this problem, but everyone thinks everyone else drives like an idiot or a maniac, and they're a *great* driver.

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  • missdingdong

    missdingdong

    March 11, 2015, 4:31 am

    My grandmothers were both born in the 1890s, so they had Victorian minds. They both sewed their own clothes and would never, ever wear pants. The only exception to that was the one time one of them was acting really wild and crazy as a young woman, and put on a pair of pants and took a photo of herself. That was as uninhibited as she ever got.

    Neither one of them ever drove, and my father's mother never had a TV or telephone in the house. If she wanted to make a call, she'd go to the local phone booth. It was a great way to isolate herself.

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  • apriloneil

    apriloneil

    March 11, 2015, 3:38 am

    Conversely, though, while there is no denying the deaths of civilians either deliberately or accidentally by occupying forces, the soldiers who signed up for the recent wars are also removing and disposing of roadside IEDs (which, by the way, don't discriminate between soldiers or civilians upon detonation), helping to implement better infrastructure as well as training the Iraqi and Afghani military.

    Not saying I disagree with you. War is something I'm deeply conflicted about. But that photo cut me deep.

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  • HomerWells

    HomerWells

    March 11, 2015, 8:05 am

    However you deal with her, and I do believe you should, just do so from a place of love and trust. Don't lie at all. The truth is what it is. She posted photos, you saw them. So many family relationships are broken and it sounds like yours in *not* and that is a great thing. Be her brother and help her. She may freak at knowing you saw the pics, but she had to have known that someone would. You, her history teacher, her friends Dad, whatever. So tell her and help her stop. Isn't it amazing that we guys want to see naked chicks, as long as it's *someone else's sister*. By itself, it's not a terrible thing, except for the fact that she is way too young. She MUST stop and you are the best person to help her.

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  • 27B-6

    27B-6

    March 11, 2015, 3:08 am

    > control over capitalism as long as capitalism is controlled

    The only huge flaw in libertarianism is that you assume private property can exist without the framework of a state. Without the state, we can't have private property. As long as there is a state, there will be capitalism, and a need for control. Remove the state, and you automatically remove private property because it is impossible to enforce it otherwise.

    > A true anarchist is against all centralized, monopoly control mechanisms.

    No. a true anarchist is against *hierarchic* centralized, monopoly control mechanisms. Anarchism is against *rulers*, nothing else.

    > will lead to full fledged socialism

    Yes, it will. Socialism is however a wide term and encompass many conflicting ideas. It will not lead to state-socialism, which is the small subset of socialism you have heard about and fear. Most socialist schools are actually incompatible with a state in the long term. You will not learn this from Readers Digest though.

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  • Dawn_of_the_deaf

    Dawn_of_the_deaf

    March 10, 2015, 9:23 pm

    After all the good advice I've read, I can only suggest something to try and make it a little bit easier for both of you. It's been a long time since I was a 16 year old but were I her, this is problably the way I would like to be addressed.

    When you know she is at home (so you keep an eye on her and her reaction), send her this. This reddit link is one of the best readings she could do. The fact that she will be alone in her room will leave her time to think and compose herself a bit before you talk face to face. Yes, she will have a horrible time but your good sense and protective attitude will comfort her.

    Good luck.

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  • ENRICOs

    ENRICOs

    March 11, 2015, 6:08 am

    Refreshing! More so in light of the fact that he was being questioned/baited by pseudo-newsman and disinformation specialist Wolf Blitzer.

    Especially satisfying was the way he addressed the GOP members, who as usual have nothing but feigned outrage and the ability to conflate dissimilar issues.

    GOP outrage, and just saying no to everything, whilst consciously pushing the religiously-afflicted neo-know-nothings over the edge over their perceived loss of power is not a plan for anything but disaster.

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  • Grinyarg

    Grinyarg

    March 10, 2015, 1:10 pm

    A group of great philosophers, cunningly disguised as comedians, once said:

    Man: An argument isn't just contradiction.

    Mr. Vibrating: CAN be!

    Man: No it can't! An argument is a connected series of statements intended to establish a proposition.

    Mr. Vibrating: No it isn't!

    Man: Yes it is! 'tisn't just contradiction.

    Mr. Vibrating: Look, if I argue with you, I must take up a contrary position!

    Man: Yes but that's not just saying "no it isn't".

    Mr. Vibrating: Yes it is!

    Man: No it isn't! Argument is an intellectual process. Contradiction is just the automatic gainsaying of any statement the other person makes.

    Mr. Vibrating: No it isn't.

    Man: Yes it is!

    Mr. Vibrating: Not at all!

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  • flaxeater

    flaxeater

    March 11, 2015, 6:06 am

    I don't know what social totem pole your looking at, but D&D players have invaded Holy wood. In fact many great comedians blame D&D on getting the idea of playing characters. I hear it mentioned on NPR's Fresh Air fairly reguarly.

    I know another guy who says D&D Helped him power through his learning disability because he loved the game so much he just forced himself to read. He's doing pretty good as a programmer now.

    The positive social impacts of D&D and RPG's is immense in comparison to WoW which destroys relationships and makes people even fatter.

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  • pianojosh

    pianojosh

    March 11, 2015, 5:35 am

    Though it would be possible with no cash buffer, it's riskier than necessary if living at home is a viable option.

    Two ways to look at this: The first is, keep living at home for as long as possible, where your expenses will be very, very low, so you can save up for a year or two and have a sizable amount of cash to get started.

    The second: Move out as soon as possible, once you've got a "comfortable" margin to work with. As a general rule, you should always have enough cash to cover all necessary (rent, food, etc.) expenses for between 6-12 months, depending on your situation. You can get by with a smaller margin if you have a safety net to rely on, such as moving back in with your parents, should things go to crap.

    Based on the wording of your question, I'd guess you're closer to the latter. Do you intend to live in a city? I live in Cambridge, and all of the apartments here require 2 or 3 months rent (first month, security deposit, sometimes last month). With many jobs, you're paid in arrears, so you may not get your first paycheck until a month or so after you start working, so you probably want to assume you'll have to pay an additional month of rent before getting a paycheck.

    That plus potential unexpected expenses (there will ALWAYS be expenses that you forgot to account for), if you want to try to eliminate any chance of having to move back in at home, I'd aim to have 6x your expected rent available in cash before moving out. Also as a general rule, rent shouldn't be more than 25-33% of your overall income, but when you're first starting out, you can bend that a bit just to get your feet on the ground.

    As an aside, there is one potential reason to live at home for longer, but that depends on where you'll be living. Where I am (Cambridge, MA), the rental apartments in the area were of significantly lower quality than the condos for purchase. We rented for a year and a half, got tired of dealing with a douchebag of a landlord, and bought a condo. If you decide that going this route is for you, you'll need more of a cash margin, for both a down payment and to set up a reserve account for repairs.

    --EDIT--

    When I first moved out after college, I was down to under $1k (less than one month's rent) at some point. It's unnecessary stress. Even though it might not change your net cash flow, having the cash available to cover a few months of expenses gives you an amount of personal security that will make your life much more pleasant overall. It's difficult to put a cash value on that, but quality of life is the ultimate goal here, not some arbitrary amount of money.

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  • Oz-Batty

    Oz-Batty

    March 10, 2015, 9:50 pm

    Uh, yes, that sentence does not make sense indeed. I did not read it carefully enough. However, I think it is obvious that it should simply read "such that a plug can be inserted into a jack that has more positions than the plug" which is what I was saying. I can not however find a reference that states that this was the intention in the design of the modular connector.

    I did this type of installation myself in my house with cat5 sockets which are connected to the telephone system. The 6p4c connectors of the telephones fit perfectly into the 8p8c jacks of the cat5 sockets.

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  • jambarama

    jambarama

    March 10, 2015, 5:25 am

    I don't know anything about the argentine legal system, but I have yet to see a single instance, in the US, where "international 'rescue teams' promptly sweep aside constitutions or congressional/judicial oversight." In my first post I said IAAL so I'll need case cites, statute citations, specific house/senate reports, references to international laws, or some other primary source. A vague reference to Argentina imploding some time ago won't do.

    PS I don't think downvotes measure accuracy or logic, so I'm not worried about them.

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  • shitninja

    shitninja

    March 10, 2015, 8:01 pm

    As the genius Bill Hicks did say:

    >People snapped, they were like “Hey buddy, my dad died for that flag”

    >“Really?…I bought mine…They sell ‘em in K-Mart…”

    >“yeah..He died in Korea for that flag”

    >“Wow, what a coincidence. Mine was made in Korea… the world is THAT big man…”

    It is just a piece of colored cloth. The value **you** place on it is not the value of the piece of colored cloth that *anyone else* can place on it. Because your values are shaped by the entire list of experiences that have happened in your life, you may find similar view points about certain objects in other people, but never identical.

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  • RJCantrell

    RJCantrell

    March 10, 2015, 8:00 pm

    The bottom line is that most women simply can't orgasm through only penetration. Be it toys, self-stimulation, or the partner doing extra stimulation, something that you like is going to need to be added. Probably a lot of it, from the sounds of things.

    If mutual masturbation's working for you, I'd advise you to work up to it, the same way you train any other misbehaving animal (including yourself!). Masturbate until very near orgasm, and have him enter you only when you've reached the point of no return and orgasm is assured, and keep masturbating during the intercourse. Once your body gets used to having orgasms during intercourse, you should be able to let him penetrate you earlier.

    All that said, 30-40 minutes is a pretty long time, so there could be a physiological or mental issue at play. People urging you to relax are correct, of course, but if your clitoris is particularly hidden (for instance), you may need to try different toys or techniques. I don't have a clitoris, but I've heard women say that the Eroscillator is excellent for prolonged sessions because it doesn't numb you like most vibrators.

    Finally, I'd add that some women I know have just given up on having orgasms during sex, and treat them as separate, equal, pleasurable parts of their wider sex life. I don't think it's the healthiest attitude, but it seems to work for them. Good luck! = )

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  • Shaper_pmp

    Shaper_pmp

    March 10, 2015, 6:01 pm

    I've worked for a *multi-million pound* (UK£) organisation, and I can confirm that the turnover of the company had nothing whatsoever to do with the quality of the code or the development team, and everything to do with the quality of the marketing, customer support and corporate projects department.

    For reference, the software was written in a ten-year-obsolete version of an obscure database-and-programming-language-in-one package, and for the first year I was there the head geek there continued to mandate all in-house projects were done in either this language (Omnis) or in VB6, because those were the only languages he knew.

    This company was a thriving financial software company, had a turnover of tens of millions of pounds a year, branches and dealerships in other countries, a thriving reseller/consultant ecosystem, was internationally known, and an installation of the software *started* at around £20,000 a pop for the basic system with no modules, no customisation and no consultancy time budgeted.

    I was employed by the marketing department as a web designer working in HTML and JScript.NET (don't ask - it was a "compromise" to avoid VB**6**, let alone VB.NET). Within a year there was code of mine in every major product, and I regularly had people from the development team phoning me up to help them fix bugs with their code, in programming languages (VB6, Omnis) I didn't even speak.

    Turnover of company is *no* guide *whatsoever* to the quality of its internal systems, and no guide whatsoever to the quality of the technical people working there.

    Last I heard they'd finally started a project to transition their flagship products to C#/.NET, and the head techie was still fighting them every step of the way.

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  • illuminatedwax

    illuminatedwax

    March 10, 2015, 8:36 am

    This is completely and utterly wrong. Rape at 13 is a *huge*, **huge** trauma to have survived, and to not only be diagnosed with bipolar disorder, but to be entered into a mental hospital is a sign that something *serious* is going on. Just telling her to stop is not going to change the situation. Victims of trauma generally act out on their trauma, usually engaging in self-destructive behavior like you see here.

    > Many teenaged people get diagnosed with mental disorders. A pretty fair way of dealing with the fucked up world they are realizing they are inheriting.

    This is not true, and it is sad because it's an appeal to emotion about something which a lot of people feel strongly about (THIS WORLD IS SO SCREWED UP). The truth is that maybe a lot of kids are over-diagnosed with ADD and the like, but something as serious as *rape* is not going to just go away easily. Something like bipolar disorder is not easily diagnosed.

    The truth is that this kind of behavior is part and parcel of the classic victim's journey. Simply telling someone that this behavior isn't good is not helpful, and in fact might be harmful. Even if she knows that it's dangerous to show her face, it's not going to stop her from seeking it out: *the point of acting out is that there is chaos involved.* People who act out basically are self-destructing in an attempt to control their trauma. It's an unfortunate side effect of how the human mind works and only serious and committed therapy can really stop it.

    If it were a normal 16 year old girl with no history of trauma or serious mental illness, I'd agree with you. But in this case ignoring her diagnoses is completely foolish.

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  • SearchAtlantis

    SearchAtlantis

    March 10, 2015, 1:27 pm

    Is she seeing a therapist/counselor? As much as I hate to suggest going that route, this is the kind of thing it would be helpful for you to tell them. Unless she's already "working" on it of course. Ideally there would be a group session between you and your sister with the counselor acting as mediator.

    If she's not seeing someone in that manner? Talk to her. I know -easier said than done. Above all I think, don't be judgemental, don't be disgusted. She's obviously been through a lot of trauma. The fact that she was raped, and that you know about it, would I think make this kind of discussion on sexuality easier.

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  • stephenv

    stephenv

    March 10, 2015, 2:20 pm

    The more control government tries to impose the less effective the programs. Even if they passed this, it would be unenforceable since so many people now view internet access as a basic necessity, much like driving.

    Smart people who get a DUI charge always know *not* to blow or consent to testing (automatic driving suspension, but a good lawyer will get you work driving privileges and get it knocked down to reckless driving if there wasn't an accident), just like smart file-sharers know *not* to give access to their encrypted computer or consent to a search on fifth amendment grounds (self incrimination).

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  • andrewcooke

    andrewcooke

    March 11, 2015, 12:26 am

    it's not an otical illusion (as you seem to imply). if you don't have a diect reflection then a glossy screen will, all other things being equal, give you higher contrast. that's because on a matte display you get diffuse reflection (except in a totally dark room) from ambient light.

    this is why (except for people with more money than taste, or interior designers) people use "glossy" (normal) glass if they need to protect art, rather than matt glass.

    i prefer matt screens because they are more practical, but i can understand others thinking otherwise - your reply would have been more convincing without the rhetoric.

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  • delicat

    delicat

    March 10, 2015, 7:05 pm

    Good on you.

    Do you worry about her "turning over a new leaf" and trying to come back into their lives?

    Do you feel you have to work twice as hard at being a parent only to be considered half as good as a woman in the same situation?

    What do you think of these two stereotypes:

    * Young single mothers who have multiple children from multiple (often unknown) fathers and live in relative poverty. Is it the lack of support that makes them poor? Any other musings?

    * Single divorced mothers that don't have to work, live in comfortable homes, and drive nice cars because they got a nice divorce settlement and get regular child support payments/alimony.

    Thanks in advance!

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  • w-g

    w-g

    March 10, 2015, 9:34 pm

    MD5 is broken. You should use something stronger -- like whirlpool, for example.

    $ ls -l

    -rw-r--r-- 1 johndoe johndoe 253734 2005-08-10 18:32 a78bd576ffd411f365d29f607e6f7cc491e9bb4bb4e49634588227d1d87ce08c13fd70ed1028c10a1cfe118031d4af1dd8e99ed39357409927ac0a08851e42df

    -rw-r--r-- 1 johndoe johndoe 19734 2008-05-10 09:44 6921195b2c42b17a4e381b7a9e75c160ba292e07c752cbbff09f24d54322065b99c1557f2220033e7c7b06ddd18080b6b89f253024ae962d03886d4a91d4ac27

    -rw-r--r-- 1 johndoe johndoe 422 2009-05-02 10:31 1e82fe6e3442c4fbf9d68b531f44f3dfcec9449a13b7ecd7b157a306af7242ef8436313bbb910e2a378d110a3146e9f5ad70cd1d4a55b708e2c35bc4c9646bc2

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