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  • snarfy

    snarfy

    March 11, 2015, 3:06 am

    On all Burger King sandwich packages they have numbers 1 - 12 written on the front, and when you get your sandwich one of those numbers has a black line drawn through it.

    They are supposed to throw out the food once it's been sitting under the heat lamp for too long, and they draw a line through what number the minute hand the clock should be on when they should throw it out. So if you pull into the drive through at 6:45 and the line is through the 8 (i.e. 6:40), you know you are getting old food that should have been thrown out.

    I can hardly stand the place after working there, but my girlfriend loves their chicken fries so we end up going once in a while. I almost always get old food, unless I ask for it 'off the broiler', which is what most employees do.

    Once I dropped a whole box of frozen chickens on the greasy, dirty floor, and the owner told me to pick them all up and put them back in the box, explaining that at the temperature the chicken cooks, there are no health problems. I think he forgets about the industrial de-greasers used to clean the floor at night.

    Oh and little white spots on the bottoms of buns where it's not browned, those aren't always flour spots; we had a bit of a mice problem and they would take little bites out of the buns sitting on the bottom of the bun rack. Those are little mice bites.

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  • kloo2yoo

    kloo2yoo

    March 10, 2015, 6:25 am

    reply to Danpark's deleted comment, qif here bc its too aplosome to allow its deletion:

    >Let's see. You're using a bunch of really, REALLY crazy people, really really dead/old people who said stuff a really long time ago, or the Congress or a one-off statement from one mainstream feminist to say feminists make unreasonable demands of men.

    >If I used the same logic, I'd pull up the hundreds, even thousands of truly misogynistic statements by mainstream men with lots of power who are considedred heroes for enslaving women, and conclude that men, not just MRAs, actively work to enslave women. I would not limit my feminist critique to our culture and recognise that large percentages of men these days are not trying to be sexist. I would paint all men with malicious intent.

    >FWIW, I agree with Clinton. Women are the primary victims of war. Women don't choose to go to war, yet they are still considered fair "spoils". Look at the massive scale of rape in any war-torn country in Africa. Women suffer despite their heroic measures to escape, evade, ignore or fight against the consequences of war. Men who die in war were in the damn war, they didn't defect, they didn't escape, they didn't refuse to fight. Those who refuse to fight and stay home have a very good chance of escaping unscathed.

    >Further, men who die in war are venerated as heroes. They have monuments built to them. Their names go down in history. Their sacrifice is recognised.

    >Have we ever built a monument to the female victims of war? They are truly the victims: innocent bystanders are the only innocent victims of any war.

    >So, yeah. The truth hurts, suck it up. If you go murder a bunch of people, you can't call yourself a victim when you yourself are killed.

    >Let's see. You're using a bunch of really, REALLY crazy people, really really dead/old people who said stuff a really long time ago, or the Congress or a one-off statement from one mainstream feminist to say feminists make unreasonable demands of men.

    ___

    okay, so you demand "evidence" of "Mainstream feminists" and you dismiss ***congress*** and ***the secretary of state***?

    Is Comins some decayed irrelevant spiderweb? no, she's the Vassar College Assistant Dean of Student Life. Vassar, the college that turned YALE down.

    Your comment was deleted. Could it be that even you saw the stupidity of your reply?

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  • keist

    keist

    March 11, 2015, 3:34 am

    While it's true that connotations, generalizations and stereotyping is "dumb" behaviour and the people who stereotype aren't worth our time, there are certain situations where the connotations of something like bisexuality and something like being a Jew are different.

    Bisexuality of a potential partner evokes a sense of insecurity in some people, because they feel the need to compete with another gender. Those are very *real* anxieties, and the train of thought is brief from "this person likes both genders" to "this person finds everyone sexy" to "this person is going to cheat on me" to "bisexuals are sluts". If you tell someone you're a Jew, on the other hand, they're not going to suddenly get anxious that you're going to swindle them, because that is an historical stereotype and not a legitimate emotional insecurity.

    This isn't to say that confessing a history of past lovers is going to be less intimidating to someone anxious about bisexuality; I'm just outlining a possible difference between being bi and being a Jew when it comes to labels and connotations.

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  • DankJemo

    DankJemo

    March 10, 2015, 10:32 am

    It is worth finishing if you haven't yet. I did enjoy the story, I just wish there was more depth to the game play. They got a really good start on what would make the game very entertaining, and if it was only a 8 or 10 hour game, then it would be fine, however it's not. After awhile It does get a bit grueling.

    Depending on how far you a reason is given, the templar aren't the only ones you have to worry about though. Since you're only about half done there are still some good twists coming up, but there is a good chance you'll see the twists coming, I did. They definitely give you plenty of hints.

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  • jgarfink

    jgarfink

    March 11, 2015, 8:18 am

    For sandwiches, you could always go up to the deli counter at your grocery store and ask what they recommend, meat-wise (insert dick joke here). Also, at the counter, they'll be able to slice turkey or chicken for you on the spot - you just have to choose which one you want.

    You said you're trying to avoid the gluten in pasta - not going to ask why, but if you check the organic part of the store, there should be some gluten-free pasta.

    Also, an easy thing to make - omelets! Get a couple eggs, some meat/cheese/vegetables/anything you want, mix them all together, cook in a pan on MEDIUM HEAT, eat. (That's really simplified, but it's easy enough, I swear.)

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  • DreddScotland

    DreddScotland

    March 10, 2015, 4:48 pm

    Ok, I was re reading a portion of Dianetics and I came across a, for lack of a better way of describing it, very curious statement...I'm not sure how I missed it the first time tbh.

    Pg 484 Differences Section

    *When Discussing mind functions Hubbard makes the dubious assertion that:* **"The seven year old girl who shudders because a man kisses her is not computing; she is reacting to an engram since at seven she should see nothing wrong with a kiss, not even a passionate one."**

    He then goes on to explain that she is probably suffering from a prenatal engram and yadda yadda yadda.

    I guess you can say I had a WTF moment. I'd like to hear your thoughts on this statement. I was also wondering if you could speak to any allegations of pedophilia within the Church of Scientology...because for all the bashing, that's something I haven't heard.

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  • marlowrt

    marlowrt

    March 10, 2015, 11:26 am

    I thought they had the "fundamentals" down pretty good with the last releases of KDE 3.5. KDE has/had one of the best suite of standard apps available, probably second only to Mac OS X. Amarok is easily my favorite media player and generally blows every other media player out of the water (don't get me started on the atrocity that is Amarok 2). Konqueror beats the competition both as a web browser and as a file manager. The rest of the gang are pretty good too: kate, KMail, kmessenger etc.

    Unfortunately they gave up on the fundamentals with KDE 4 to focus on this vague idea of what a desktop *should* be like.

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  • kuhawk5

    kuhawk5

    March 10, 2015, 7:25 am

    >I see it as a necessary precursor to science.

    And I don't. If you do, more power to you I guess.

    >my supposition was reasonable, the above is frivolous.

    How was my assertion *any* more frivolous than yours? They follow the *exact* same boilerplate.

    >If you thought my supposition unreasonable I would have prefered a counter to it

    But that's just it, I don't need to counter it. The burden is on you to show the link, not on me to disprove it.

    >I would repeat my previous question as to just where do you think research questions come from.

    Research questions come from hypotheticals; we agree on this. Where we diverge is the treatment of a hypothesis. I assert that a hypothesis is handled in a very straightforward manner with no bloviation of the topic. For instance, if I am tensile testing a new material, I might conject that "based on it's microscopic properties and molecular layout, it is similar to steel and therefore will yield in a similar manner at a similar value". I don't not go into the why yet, because it isn't worth going into yet. I'd just be spinning my wheels and possibly wasting my time. My hypothesis is based around observation only. Then I'd test the material to see if my hypothesis was in any way correct. If it proved true, it would now be valuable to investigate the why beyond the initial observations I made about molecular structure.

    Research normally happens in this order: the what, the how, then the why.

    >You're telling me I'm not allowed to wonder about it beforehand

    No, I'm not saying you aren't allowed. I was just pointing out the futility of doing so. You could spend years writing up a beautiful thesis on why you think this link would be then come to find out the link doesn't exist. I'm sure you'd be upset that you went out of order.

    >Am I on a high horse? I'm trying to be frank.

    C'mon, you typed out "sigh". If that's not the internet way of talking down to someone, I don't know what is.

    >Please have the last word is yours if you want it. I appreciate in a way that you're willing to go down the road on this, even if I don't think we see eye to eye in any productive way.

    I don't necessarily desire the last word, I just want you to understand more of why I'm saying what I am. If you don't think it's productive disagreement, then it's not. I am okay with agreeing to disagree. It's not the end of the world.

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  • blackn1ght

    blackn1ght

    March 10, 2015, 8:33 pm

    I worked for an organisation during my placement year in IT. I was tasked to change an MS Access application that another system used, for use for this particular department (the application did a very similar role, just needed a few tweaks for their needs).

    Anyway, I emailed the client, asking if they had Access on their machine, and gave her instructions to go to Start -> Run and type "msaccess.exe".

    She replied, telling me that she did not have Microsoft Access on her computer, as Office hadn't been installed. Then, she said "Here is a screenshot of the result after typing "msaccess.exe" - the screenshot showing Microsoft Access running. It clearly said "Microsoft Access 2003" in the title bar. She then asked how would she be able to have Access installed!

    I often wonder if people have *any* common sense at all!

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  • roysta

    roysta

    March 10, 2015, 6:04 pm

    This may or may not work for you, but, I have a george foreman, and I make these "grilled" sandwiches all the time. My favorite is with Peppercorn Turkey. I use Miracle Whip, just a little bit on one side of wheat or all-grain bread, add the turkey and cheese, sometimes I put a slice of tomato, and put it on the foreman. Anywhere from 3-5 minutes later I rotate it upside down (because the angle of the foreman lets the top of the sandwich get hotter).

    Anyways, I eat one every day! My experiences with spinach on sandwiches have been pretty bad, to be honest. I like spinach dip and spinach in salads, but it seems like its a fine-art on a sandwich. Oooo, almost forgot, if you like mushrooms... put two or three large mushrooms on the grill while you make the sandwich, then put them on the sandwich when it goes on. They just need a little headstart. Best with turkey, in my opinion.

    What are your favorite subs from Subway? If you are trying to stay healthier, stick to the flat-breads, they're actually quite good and alot less calories.

    Anyways, its the effort that counts. Keep at it, you'll find the things you love soon enough! Experiment with other dressings too. Some people like ranch dressing on their sandwiches, or italian too. Me? I like home-made pepper butter!

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  • Godspiral

    Godspiral

    March 10, 2015, 1:37 pm

    fair, but I was referring to your statement rather than OP. The whole reason for foreplay is to create the mood for sex. No 5 minutes ago can be interpreted as "no you can't ram it in balls deep right now".

    Setting up rules/contract before making out shouldn't be relevant. If she dictates you're not allowed to cum, or fuck me no matter what I do, the penalty for breaking the rules should be buying her flowers or never be allowed to talk to her again, not a rape trial.

    No means no when it is happening only.

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  • Denzak

    Denzak

    March 10, 2015, 4:24 pm

    These "bigger fish" rarely do any damage to the infrastructure of the black market when arrested anyway, nor will it hinder in any way the flow of drugs. Unless they manage to halt the actual source of the drug where it is grown/manufactured, they are just wasting their time arresting drug runners who will always be easily replaced. The war on drugs is a fucking joke. Because when the source is busted, that's a cue for some one else to begin supplying, and believe me, with the amount of money to be made, it won't take long to get a grow operation/meth lab up and running. Then it takes years for them to get busted and the cycle continues... over... and over...

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  • A_for_Anonymous

    A_for_Anonymous

    March 11, 2015, 8:01 am

    - If the rebels are using 100% free software or mostly free software and are anti-IP, I'm staying with the rebels.

    - If, OTOH, the empire is using 100% free software or mostly free software and the rebels are not, or if both are but the empire is additionally anti-IP, I'll join the dark side of the force.

    That's, of course, if no other politics apply. If the empire were full of puritan rednecks and soccer moms with their fucking SUVs, polluting like there's no tomorrow and voting for Sarah Palin, like the USA is today, then I'd stay with rebels even if they were technological losers.NET, though I cannot see how the rebels would align with Microsoft-type shit and how Microsoft-type shit wouldn't align with the empire.

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  • tolltollII

    tolltollII

    March 10, 2015, 2:24 pm

    The main reason I'm not looking forward to death is knowing the grief my loved ones will probably go through. Aside from that, I'm very much looking forward to "knowing" what lies ahead. My only hope is that "I" (whoever or whatever that may be) will be able to retain my existing knowledge i.e memories of this lifetime. The problem that I run into here is the definition of "me." Am I the physical body, the mind or a combination of both? Or maybe I'm even something completely unknown to me or any human. If I am essentially my mind, then death of the mind would be i assume loss of all memories that contributed to the me that I am in which case I will never "know" what happens after "death."

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  • Radica1Faith

    Radica1Faith

    March 10, 2015, 3:23 pm

    I don't worry about death, just the pain prior to it. But I don't really believe death really exists. The only thing that really dies is your consciousness and ego. And that shouldn't scare anybody because without consciousness its not like you actually experience death in anyway, any more than you experienced anything before your birth. Otherwise your body decomposes and its nutrients and carbon goes towards nurturing new life. So nothing really dies it just gets cycled back into the universe somehow. Everything that makes us up is the same particles that made up the big bang, and everything future will be made of the same particles.

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  • mvoewf

    mvoewf

    March 10, 2015, 7:20 pm

    Don't lie. You intervening is more important than her screaming at you about being a perv or whatever. You know the truth, and if you are confident enough about it eventually she will accept that it's the truth too.

    I agree with the top comment that this is probably acting out because of the rape/mental illness. If it was just naked pictures, I'd be more inclined to chalk it up to adolescence; but her negative self-talk accompanying her posts raises huge red flags IMO.

    I think your first goal needs to be to get her into some kind of (non-resident) therapy program. If your family can afford to put her in the psych ward then they can afford to send her to a decent talk therapist once every couple of weeks for a while. Let her try out a few different people to see if there's one she really connects with and trusts.

    If that won't fly, then you need to start spending more quality time with her, away from the computer and preferably outside. Nature is a great tool for healing and getting away from the neurosis-inducing elements of modern society. Talk to her. You seem to have a good rapport, so hopefully she'll open up to you.

    Give her the book "The Survivor's Guide to Sex", by Staci Haines. It's a wonderfully lucid explanation of the emotions and behaviors she is expressing, and will help her understand and make better choices about her actions.

    Block her computer from accessing the sites where she was posting. She'll have to work a lot harder to keep engaging in dangerous behavior, if nothing else.

    You might also want to put in a discreet inquiry to a lawyer about what you have to do to take those threads down. It won't change the fact that there are now sexually explicit pictures of her on the Internet, but you can at least take comfort in the fact that there are sexually explicit pictures of a lot of people on the Internet. Getting rid of those threads is just a good way to help her start over.

    Good luck, man. Your sister is lucky to have you on her side.

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  • MrGlennBovineKoldys

    MrGlennBovineKoldys

    March 10, 2015, 5:19 pm

    That is what I've been talking about.

    Jeffy Bovine can't see or admit how pathetic and paranoid he looks with his claims.

    One of the reasons, among several, why Bovine was banned from News Hounds was because he appointed himself as a moderator and went on accusing the regulars in the Mains as being AAP.

    And he continues to do so at Think Progress.

    Believing to hear or see things that are-not-there is a clear sign of mental illness. But battling hallucinations, then deny and continue with the same behavior indicates a severity that may require medication and supervision.

    In Jeffy Bovine's case, calling him liar and hypocrite no longer apply because his condition prevents him from distinguishing reality and hallucinations.

    Notice he insists "I think I was misunderstood. Most of the newshounds posters also post at tp"

    His condition has progressed from one obsession (AAP) to "most of the newshounds"

    Poor Jeffy Bovine.

    I hope he gets professional mental care assistance before he hurts someone else.

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  • hellothere34

    hellothere34

    March 11, 2015, 7:45 am

    As someone who has a mainstream science education, I didn't have the words when I first learned that there isn't just an occasional random narcissist college drop out out there who thinks that the mainstream is trying to shut him up and his amazing pseudo-scientific ideas, but that there is a whole industry of undereducated authors and writers who have no idea how science works, yet produce books by the dozen that the random narcissist mentioned previously devours. You cannot have a rational argument with them because they haven't learned the basics of the scientific method, of course, because that method is just the mainstream trying to get you to believe whatever those "liberal professors and scientists who want to get grants and control everyone and also those Jews who run the country" want.

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  • cynoclast

    cynoclast

    March 10, 2015, 8:02 am

    You know it could be that she has a fetish for being treated like that. A lot of people *like* that sort of treatment, and there's no biological reason why such fetishes have to wait until she's 18 to develop. Human beings are sexual animals and the last couple of hundred years of legislation by politicians "thinking of the children" (read: wanting to get elected) doesn't change the fact that we're sexual creatures and become so around the same time puberty starts. Legally and morally we may try to wait until 18, biologically we're usually rearing to go three to five years sooner.

    It could be that doing nothing is the least destructive option. And chastising or restraining her now may lead to worse things later. Be careful however you choose to act, because the consequences may be permanent and not what you intend.

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  • amdela

    amdela

    March 10, 2015, 6:58 pm

    Oh yeah. Only 3 kinds of people do this -missionaries, misfits, and perverts.

    Let's see, there were the many guys who like to date 15 - 17 y/o girls, the older gentleman who liked to get his students to sit on his lap so he could tickle them, the kiwi who we joked should have a helmet with his address on it for drinking nights, the long haired dude who crashed my dinner, the ones who try to convert me, the brit guy that we just knew was on the run from the law, the older man who showed up with his "adopted" thai "son"....and on and on.

    I'd love to hear some of your good crazies!!

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  • roysta

    roysta

    March 10, 2015, 8:55 pm

    Do you have a crock pot? Honestly, I started cooking a few years ago, really enjoy it, and a crock pot can make you feel good about yourself. You can't screw it up. Add whatever you want to a roast and it will taste great!

    I add a roast, 5-6 small red potatoes, add some baby carrots, I sometimes chop up celery and drop in, an onion (but leave the slices rather large), or, my favorite is to add a green bell pepper! It gives the whole meal a kinda smokey flavor. You can stop here, or if you're feeling ambitious, add some spices! Salt and Pepper for sure, but also maybe some Mrs. Dashes or Emeril's seasoning, really just about anything you have. I normally turn it on high when I leave in the morning, when I come home from lunch I turn it back to low (and stir), then back on high when I come home at 5:00. Around 6 or 6:30 you have a homemade, nutritious, meal that tastes like you slaved over it, when really it takes <5 minutes to prepare!

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  • drpants

    drpants

    March 10, 2015, 12:01 pm

    I agree. Most of that music was overplayed to death in the 90's on mainstream 'alt' stations.

    I prefered

    * Buffalo Tom

    * SUGAR!!! (BOB MOULD)

    * D Jr.

    * Low

    * Ministry

    * The The

    * Judybats

    * Guided By Voices

    * Built to Spill

    * Yo La Tengo

    * Treble Charger

    * Older Goo Goo Dolls (before Superstar Carwash )

    * Skinny Puppy

    * 10,000 Homo Dj's

    * Happy Mondays.

    * Posies

    * Lemon Heads

    * Paul Westerberg

    * Revolting Cocks

    * Matthew Sweet (Girlfriend)

    * MERCURY Rev

    * Mighty Mighty Bosstones

    * Jane's Addiction

    * Matthew Good Band

    * Catherine Wheel

    * Pixies

    * Ween

    * Blur

    * Charlatans

    * Radiohead

    * Boredoms

    * Sonic Youth

    * Ice Cube

    * Primus

    * Tool

    * Tragically Hip

    I am missing a billion but music collection is not at hand.

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  • runescaper

    runescaper

    March 10, 2015, 10:18 pm

    I would add that, if you are any medication that says to not drink alcohol while taking them, then DO NOT DRINK ALCOHOL! I used to live in the bottom half of a duplex with a woman on meds and who drank alcohol every day, throughout the day. Whatever problems she had mentally, she was probably worse drinking while on her meds than not taking anything. She was part of the reason we moved out, and I think she got kicked out a few months later. She would just yell obscenities while by herself at 2 am, would get really upset if we made any noise, and generally couldn't control her emotions.

    Sorry for the rant, but that experience was quite the eye-opener on mixing mental medication and alcohol.

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  • nokomis28

    nokomis28

    March 10, 2015, 7:10 pm

    I've been really busy with all of the other stuff I do.

    I didn't really study anything when I moved to Hong Kong. I was editor of a small regiaonl newspaper and the previous editor came by one day. We talked and I thought I'd rather die than become him. I started working crazy overtime and cheating my mileage accounts and saved every penny. I saved $13k from a job that paid 19k base.

    Moving overseas was liberating. I hated the midwest. I didn't like driving and had that weird snobby hatred of television as a passtime. I ended a longtime relationship, bought a oneway ticket to Hong Kong and life became one big adventure. Loads of highs, some really desperate lows, but I thought it was amazing to live through even at the time.

    I ended up at an investment bank. no financial experience, but i can write.

    The house costs a bundle and we look at the people across the street. The beach is a block away. Ours runs about $2m, but the nice ones are $4m. You'd be amazed, its big, but this is not a palace.

    I hate Japan and can't imagine living there. I go there often. I prefer the rest of Asia hands down. Storybook Japan is cool. The wasteland Tokyo suburbs where my friends end up living seem a nightmare.

    I love Hong Kong. Everyday I see something that takes my breathe away ... really. I've never seen another city like it, except for Shanghai. Life is tough and you work hard and play harder ... its a cliche ... if you've lived there, you understand.

    This will sound naieve and possibly stupid, but I love living in Asia because I face no pressure to conform. I've never been good at it. I hate the pressure to think or act in prescribed ways. Living in Asia has let me live and think exactly as I want with influences from everywhere and pressure from nowhere (except from my wife, that is). That doesn't quite do it justice, but you may get the idea if you're of like mind.

    The biking is fantastic. I ride 40-50km most mornings and cross only two roads. The path follows the coast to the east and north. This city has more parks and great places than can be imagined ... and yes, I live in Siglap, near Katong.

    Moving abroad is a great way to kickstart your life. It doesn't work for some people, but for me, it has turned a life into an adventure. You have to work hard and not give up, but it offers so much for the right people.

    I pretty much felt like a bored loser when I left the states. Since then I ended up with some millions in the bank and have had such a damned great time getting here. I'm planning another big life adventure now. I never would have done it if I had stayed in Minnesota. That's sort of bullshit, but that's the way it seems to me.

    If I was single, I'd live down by River Valley Road. Man, are you in for a treat, Singapore truly has the world's most beautiful women. It's a whiplash hazard.

    Anyway, works for me.

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  • elementalist

    elementalist

    March 11, 2015, 7:32 am

    When I was about four I got a high fever. My grandfather couldn't see spending money on a doctor for such a minor thing so after much arguing he convinced my parents to use "a cure" from the old country. He diced an onion and stuffed it into a pair of wool socks which I was made to wear. To the degree I could walk I had to pad around for a night with the crunch, crunch of onion under my feet. The smell was, let us say, memorable.

    In the end it did nothing for the fever, of course, but there was sauteed onions for anyone who wanted them - and a trip to the doctor for me.

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  • eredicatorx

    eredicatorx

    March 10, 2015, 9:38 am

    Most teachers I know are teaching for Geos or something of the likes. I am not saying it is bad, I am saying that it has less stability and longevity than your average job.

    *I am a permanent employee so now in order to fire/lay me off it after 4 years it would cost the company at least 6 months of my 2/3's of my salary to get rid of me. Which I also found they can mitigate by giving me salary cuts till I am in a position where it is cheap enough to let me go. Japan will win every time.

    My number one need and concern with living and working in Japan is always providing for my family, a friend of mine discussed recently how having a job you enjoy has decreased to having a job that provides for your family decreases by a factor of 10 for each child. I just do not feel comfortable though as I get older that Japan and my company in general will look out for me as much as I have looked out for it. Starting to get that feeling I need to get back to the states.

    * I had not looked at my contract since the first time I signed it. Had a look at it today and found that I am a permanent employ and made a mistake on the last post. Sorry about that.

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  • WSR

    WSR

    March 10, 2015, 7:55 am

    I hope this guy keeps yelling about this stuff, He makes good points but in a controversial enough way that he can get the media attention and take over the direction of the dialogue from the conservatives.

    Also, who in the world would want the crossing state lines, it is just going to make it so health insurance is like credit cards in delaware, making health insurance shittier doesn't really solve the problem. And the unreasonable tort reform republicans want will just allow health care quality to decrease as Hospitals won't fear malpractice suits.

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  • j3w3ly

    j3w3ly

    March 10, 2015, 11:56 pm

    I was recently diagnosed with, and cured of, malignant melanoma. I paid nothing aside from my co-pays. Did not get a single bill. I have good insurance through my employer and pay less yearly than you do. I'm not happy about this, I don't think I'm being smart and "saving money". It's not hard if you have good insurance. However, I'm a college student and when I finish school and go into the world to get a brand new job with my brand new degree, my little pre-existing condition of CANCER (for which I have to receive treatment for the rest of my life) will not be covered. Yes, I'm lucky now, but I'm not so naive to think it will last. We need the reform NOW while we have a chance.

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  • myfriendm

    myfriendm

    March 11, 2015, 4:38 am

    That would be great, except I live in Stavanger....:-(

    If there was a bigger gathering type thing planned say in November, I *might* be able to jet down there for that just cuz it would be fun to meet other Norwegian (and expats living in Norway) redditors....

    I was thinking it might be a good idea to actual start a "closed" (i.e. must apply for membership) group for Norwegian redditors, and then we could have a forum of sorts to try to plan something. Err. I should post this on the other thread. :p

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