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  • arvydas

    arvydas

    March 11, 2015, 7:05 am

    Screw them. Here is an idea for you: point it anywhere else right now with a message "Site is temporary suspended". Then when they come asking you what is going on, just tell them to pay money or get lost. Two things could happen after that:

    1. Their business could be affected by this and they will want their website back up, so will end up paying you.

    2. They move to another domain.

    If 2nd happens, instead of "Site is temporary suspended" put something like "Site is temporary suspended, because the site owner didn't pay the developer.". You can add the details of the company. Let the information stay there. Even though they can change the domain name, the information will stay there and Google is you friend: if somebody will be looking for them, they coud end up on that site and it would not do anything good for their image. If they are concerned about their good name, they will sort it out with you. Just don't give away the domain name, unless they pay you.

    Edit: one more thing. Don't do any more work for them, don't even answer another developer's emails. Support costs money and they are still in debt for you.

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  • roysta

    roysta

    March 10, 2015, 7:45 am

    Here's a super quick and easy meal my fiance made last night. She was just experimenting, and it tasted 100 times better than either of us expected.

    She took two lean chicken breasts and thawed them out. She took Cheerios, yes the cereal, smashed them up in a bowl. She took some ranch dressing and mixed it with white wine (It was Reisling, just a little bit to thin out the ranch dressing). Brushed the chicken breasts with the dressing/wine mixture, then rolled the chicken in the cheerios, and baked for like 40 minutes.

    I'm not sure on the time, but you can just cut them open and see if they are done yet. They will be white and juicy in the middle. I think she added some Mrs Dash and pepper in with the cheerio mixture before rolling the chicken.

    Anyways, it was purely experimenting. She has done something similar to this using mustard and pretzels, smashing up pretzels, coating the chicken with spicy mustard, then rolling the chicken in the pretzel mix then baking.

    Pretty simple. Pretty good.

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  • bbrizzi

    bbrizzi

    March 10, 2015, 11:55 am

    Get as much ram as you can. It's dirt cheap now (compared to 4 years ago). You never have too much RAM anyways ^^

    To reinstall the OS, I suggest backing up your important stuff onto an external drive and making a fresh install (by booting from CD). If you're not into Linux, I suggest getting Windows 7 (by buying it when it comes out of course, I'd never suggest downloading software *illegally*) which requires less RAM then Vista. Windows XP still works fine too but Vista would probably kill your PC, even with extra RAM.

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  • strafefire

    strafefire

    March 11, 2015, 3:37 am

    >This would be great, but that's how things already are in the US. Health care is offered on a state-by-state system. So if I live in California, I can only choose a program from California, offered by x number of health insurance providers.

    I was just talking about if people wanted a public option or UHC, then they need to lobby their state for it.

    Don't get me wrong, we in the US do need Health Insurance reform, but instead of allowing competition between states (which has not been brought up in any bill...Hmmm, I wonder why) for private health insurers, or allowing competition between states -- and countries -- for drugs and medical equipment, congress appears hell bent on forcing everyone just to get insurance, without addressing some easy things to fix to get prices down (such as repeal healthcare exemption for anti-trust laws, or legalizing medicinal cannabis).

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  • dtardif

    dtardif

    March 11, 2015, 12:16 am

    >I originally posted it in /r/science. There it was immediately hidden. I verified by logging out and going to the "new" page. It wasn't visible. I noticed that the same story posted to /r/politics was also hidden.

    Actually, I see it posted in both places, and both have plenty of votes (one has 78 comments), so I don't think that's true about it being "hidden", really. I think you knew you'd get upvotes for it here, so you did it here.

    >So I deleted my post in /r/science, made the title lolinflamatory (a skill we pride ourselves on here in /r/libertarian), and posted it here,

    Truly, *I* downvoted it here, even if it's against the norm. How can you honestly editorialize the title and think it's a good thing? I have a certain disdain for it in the media, where guys do it to make a buck, or to stir the pot on purpose. Guys like O'Reilly. However, you have no monetary gain from this, you're just subtly skewing peoples' opinions for your own ends. I *hate* it. Truly, I do, and I think it's one of the more reprehensible things, and I wish you would not do it, and am shocked that you rationalize it. It's basically a form of lying.

    **Please** stop!

    >and posted it here, where nothing is censored or suppressed. I suspect many others follow the same chain of events when posting things the majority of reddit downvotes without reading.

    There are *plenty* of things that would get downvoted to oblivion here. Any contrary comment to the topic gets slammed by almost everyone in the thread every time (I experience this at least once a week, and *many* others do also. It's actually my biggest gripe with /r/Libertarian). It's not that nothing is censored or suppressed here, just not the things that you post.

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  • MyssX

    MyssX

    March 11, 2015, 8:17 am

    You just don't get it. A lot of women can't pass on their last name because some societies just don't allow it, whether it be by law or by societal pressure. I don't care if the child takes on the fathers surname, or the mothers, as long as the choice was theirs to freely make, and not one enforced by an outdated ideal that men are the head of the family and are of more value within the family and in society. This thread is testament for the very fact that there is pressure to maintain this outdated concept from people. How many women caved to that pressure because they didn't have the strength of character that this OP does?

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  • CarlH

    CarlH

    March 10, 2015, 4:34 pm

    This really is a great question. To answer it completely would be very difficult, and you will learn a lot more about these topics throughout the course. I do want to answer this much though:

    If there were no safeguards in place, there would be nothing stopping you from using a pointer to access *any* location in memory, overwrite it - and thus cause all the havoc you can imagine.

    Keep in mind the same general concept applies when it comes to files on disk also. If there were no safe guards in place, you could over-write any file on the disk with any data - thus causing all sorts of havoc.

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  • drunkentune

    drunkentune

    March 10, 2015, 1:26 pm

    That's odd, since I would probably be described as either an anarcho-capitalist, libertarian or classical liberal that has read his Hayek and understands that a "cost" includes non-monetary things.

    This includes attacks on the body, loss of personally-valuable possessions, etc. - including sexual harassment.

    Now you say I don't believe sexual harassment is a cost; I say I believe sexual harassment is a cost.

    On your second point, that PP breeds this immoral behavior: Your example is true iff the woman cannot leave; however, in a capitalist system, whether you like it or not, she is in fact able to leave. You say she'll starve. I say she'll find a job at equal, greater, or lesser pay. Which is more believable?

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  • sundogdayze

    sundogdayze

    March 10, 2015, 10:18 pm

    Then I have some good news for you. So far, the only people who have talked about there being higher taxes for something like that are --surprise!-- the right wingers who are opposed to Obama's healthcare plan because their pockets are being lined with money from Big Insurance. Unless you make over $250k a year, your taxes will not go up.

    Also, think about this: if a new healthcare system is put into place, that will eliminate the need for medicaid and medicare. Medicare alone last year was 13% of the federal budget, and Medicaid cost us $204 billion. See what I mean about you are already paying for it?

    Plus, if the plan is able to go through, it would eliminate such high costs FOR medical services, since the industry would not have to hike rates to cover the uninsured.

    You're right about stupid programs that shouldn't be paid for (in my opinion, Homeland Security and the "wars" in Iraq and Afghanistan are the big ones I don't want to pay for) but asking another American, who's input to taxes have benefited you, should not be left to die because corrupted politicians are twisting everything around to make more money.

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  • myfriendm

    myfriendm

    March 10, 2015, 2:32 pm

    Oh sweet! I'm happy for you, must be awesome to come here and make some buxxx....

    Suggestions off the top of my head:

    Norwegians are casual. Dressing up is rare unless its a holiday, funeral, or formal gathering. Pack accordingly..

    Norway *is* cold. But the temperature can vary a lot throughout the day. It's common to wear layers, and maybe a decorative scarf that you can take on and off as needed. There will be rain. Lots of rain. Waterproof and warm coat is a must, and possibly some wool underwear and socks if you tend to get cold easily.

    It's not really normal to wear a ton of makeup or makeup in bright colors. Sure, younger people paint on their faces here and there, but generally it will raise eyebrows if you come into work fully done with bright lipstick. We tend to associate such things with prostitutes.

    It's never a bad idea to buy the tolietries you must have before going. You might not be happy with the alternatives here, or the prices. Same with special spices or the like-bring it from home so you're sure you have it.

    Yup, that's all I'm coming up with now. Maybe get a small dictionary for those small Norwegian phrases to practice, as well as a map of the place you'll be staying. Always nice to familiarize yourself beforehand!

    *

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  • flapcats

    flapcats

    March 11, 2015, 4:10 am

    Like someone said somewhere else, trying to take something off the internet is like trying to take piss out of a pool.

    The first thing to do is to accept that the pics will exist for a very long time, and if they're decent will get reposted again and again. If they're really good you'll probably come across them again yourself.

    As for you sister, how often do you see her? Do you guys talk? If you did decide to tell her you'd found them - just the thought that you'd seen them (and therefore mum and dad could too) might be enough to stop her from doing it again.

    It's challenging to your perception of her, perhaps you need to realise you don't know her that well - the image she presents to her family will be different to the one she feels is her 'true' self. That true self may well enjoy being kinky online, it allows her to explore her sexuality without (or reduced) risk. She's also 16, brimming with hormones and I expect by the time she's 18 it'll be one of those things she did, it's not likely that it will overflow into prostitution or inviting the guys over.

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  • ddrt

    ddrt

    March 10, 2015, 12:47 pm

    You're talking like a communist who still thinks that it's possible to make it work. The mass public isn't smart enough to think that the lane that is ending is the better lane to be in. I mean, in all honesty it might seem that way but if everyone is already in the lane that they WILL be in, in a short moment then the job is already done. So how does efficiency come into play if the mission is already accomplished? Oh yeah, and no, you can't change anyone's behavior on reddit.

    P.S. if the flow of traffic is doing what it is doing and you are in the lane that's ending, no matter if it's true or not, you are the odd ball, you are the one who is not going with the flow of traffic, and it clearly says in every book for traffic that if you are impeding the flow of traffic you are in the wrong.

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  • eubruin

    eubruin

    March 10, 2015, 11:02 pm

    Yes that very well may be true, but in this instance it was his sister. Action therefore is justified and I understand the dire situation he is in.

    Not to derail the discussion, but I think that your question brings up a much more philosophical issue that needs to be addressed: is it ever morally permissible to get off on the exploitation of others - no matter the age (or sex I suppose)? I have on multiple occasions struggled with the juxtaposition of the pleasure I derive from watching adult content and the immediate disgust I subsequently feel when I am done. I'm no prude and don't want to come across as a someone wielding the hammer of righteousness, it's just that I don't normally find the degradation of women exciting, save for when I'm online. What the fuck is up with that?

    I think that it is male extinct to protect those that we love and this thread is one poor chap's way of doing just that. I get what you are saying about him perusing sites that have minors on them though... a little sketch.

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  • munificent

    munificent

    March 11, 2015, 6:34 am

    > So they didn't kill your daughter, and therefore it is a fantastic place.

    Ten weeks before she was due, my wife started hemorraghing, we're talking cups of arterial blood. We rushed to the hospital, triage, emergency ultrasound, several doctors. At first, they feared the placenta had detached which would require an emergency C-section (and at that stage, a low chance of survival). We didn't get to sleep until 7:00 AM, and saw three doctors in one day. After monitoring her and the baby closely, things seemed to get better. A few days later, she was sound enough to go home.

    Five weeks after that, she went into labor. Because she was born so early, my daughter required steroids to get her lungs to develop quickly enough to survive, and spent the first five days of her life in ICU festooned with IVs, heart monitors, blood oxygen monitors, and a bunch of other stuff I don't know. The soundtrack of my first week of parenthood was the cacophony of beeps the monitoring devices make that surrounded each tiny infant in the NICU. I got used to washing my hands all the way up to my elbows each time I wanted to enter the room my daughter was in. Holding her was an awkward dance of trying to not yank out any of the cables.

    The nurses in the NICU were incredibly supportive. Despite having to care for half a dozen other premature babies at the same time, they always took the time to explain to us what was going on, and what we could do to help. The multiple doctors we saw were unfailingly patient and supportive. They took better care of our daughter than we could have. If it wasn't for their constant skill and attention, my daughter would not be alive today.

    TL;DR: Fuck you, asshole.

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  • istara

    istara

    March 11, 2015, 1:33 am

    There are so many children's writers that are light years ahead of J K Rowling in plot, characterisation and use of language, I cannot agree that she is much more than average.

    I greatly enjoyed her first three novels, they were imaginative, relatively original, and the plots - particularly the third one - were well drawn. Thereafter her talents either waned, or she had become too powerful to be edited properly, and her books were average to awful. When I first read the leaked version of the final book's epilogue, I actually thought it was a forgery because it was so bad it sounded like poor fan fiction.

    All in all I can't rate her as anything much more than the Enid Blyton of her generation. She has got many more children to read - and that is great - but given contemporaries such as Philip Pullman, she just cannot really compare.

    As for Stephanie Meyer, I have only read her first novel, so I don't know if that is representative of her entire works. However I thought it was absolutely bloody dreadful shallow turgid indulgent dross, and I had been both expecting and hoping to like it. It disappointed me beyond my wildest expectations.

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  • RanaFuerte

    RanaFuerte

    March 11, 2015, 1:13 am

    He makes a pretty bold claim without any evidence or proof. If he had said, "I have regressed the data, and this is the truth," then I would be more inclined to believe him, but instead he just flatly says that the Government is lying and provides no evidence or even an argument for that assertion. (I am assuming that the posted article quoted all relevant parts of the interview).

    Honestly, the CPI (the index we use to measure inflation) actually overstates how bad off people are made by inflation because it fails to account for the substitution effects inherent to any change in relative prices.

    If anyone here can give the any evidence beyond histrionics for his assertion that the government is lying and that inflation is really around 6-7%, I would be glad to hear it.

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  • darjeelingexpress

    darjeelingexpress

    March 10, 2015, 4:14 pm

    He hates religion. That's fine and well and of no consequence, but it seems to make him more vitriolic, and I would maintain less effective, than he would be if he was simply of champion of reason. Championing reason while taking cheap shots at the opiate of the masses - it's certainly an interesting approach, but a fairly transparent one.

    Emotion has no place is reasoning for the sake of reason. He's a scientist - this is not new information. If this is a mission statement and it's so important then he should know better than to get angry and upset when pontificating. His scientific peers won't hear a message delivered that way - why would anyone else?

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