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  • behavedave

    behavedave

    March 11, 2015, 2:28 am

    Little bit of useless trivia for you - The Liberal Democrats (the known as the Liberals before there merger with the democrat party in 1988) were last in power in the 20's.

    They hold 63 seats in parlament so their prescence is very real although compared to Labours 173 have a real long way to go to regain power. I think their main problem is simply just spin, it appears that honesty is not a winning policy as they seem to be the only party to say that they are going to have to raise taxes rather than creating stealth taxes during the budget.

    I have to admit I don't mind the idea of regional assemblies too (less chance of smaller areas getting left out) but have a slight fear of how much it would cost.

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  • redditbannedmeagain

    redditbannedmeagain

    March 11, 2015, 9:33 am

    > You guys are going to an awful lot of work to become enraged about a pedophile's suicide here.

    > The Toronto Star was incorrect, but Dewees WAS STILL FACING CHARGES REGARDING INAPPROPRIATE SEXUAL BEHAVIOR WITH TEENAGE BOYS.

    Yes he was facing charges, but that does not make it right to call him a pedophile. You're doing exactly what the cunt author of the article did, and it's not OK. You should be ashamed of yourself.

    > I think this article and the reaction thereto says a lot more about redditors than it does about some Canadian tabloid.

    It says that redditors are mostly right-thinking people who believe in "innocent until proven guilty". It means that, unlike the author of this article, they recognize that false accusations of sexual misconduct are enough to send men over the edge. Just look at how eager cunts like you are to vilify a man without having seen the evidence and maybe you'll realize why redditors are supporting him. Any one of them could end up being the victims of your vitriolic idiocy.

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  • Mooshiga

    Mooshiga

    March 10, 2015, 11:41 pm

    It shows her bias against the courts. Bias is relevant when evaluating the credibility of someone's argument. She repeats the accusation that the entire justice system is a kangaroo court repeatedly in the book.

    See, it's even drawn out in the linked summary:

    >Ms. Johnson's book touches on a variety of subjects. Among other things, she labels college hearings on date rape allegations "Kangaroo courts" where young men are deprived of legal representation

    I think even the linked summary makes it clear the book is about the failure of the court system.

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  • georedd

    georedd

    March 11, 2015, 3:47 am

    Well stated application to health insurance of the "get as much as they can pay plan" that colleges also use. In the education business student loans and government contributions such as Pell Grants have been proven simply to allow the colleges to raise their tuitions by exactly the amount of any increase in subsidy or availability of indebtedness.

    Incidentally even solar panels have suffered the same price increases when government consumer copay's have been introduced.

    When the government offers to match consumer payments per watt for solar energy the solar panel manufacturers simply double their prices because now the money available from the combined consumer government pay is doubled. I have had solar panel manufacturers tell me that the government subsidies simply keep solar panel prices higher.

    What's the answer?

    The answer if government subsidies must be implemented is to make sure the actual dollar amount of the subsidy increases based on the provider being in the lowest cost tier of providers. In other words the consumer gets MORE money from the government if their cost is LESS (which is the opposite of the way most government subsidies work)

    This is not done with any government program that I know of now but such a thing would be structured this way: if you can get $1000 a year in subsidies if you choose a high priced insurer but if you choose a health insurer who does the same policy (same limits coverage etc) but is in the lowest priced 1/4 of health insurers then the government will provide you with $1500 in subsidies.

    This serves two goals -

    1. it quickly creates competition by encouraging the consumer based growth of more cost effective companies to compete against price fixing monopolist companies in the industry and

    2. it quickly lowers the average industry price of whatever is subsidized becuase quickly huge masses of people move to lower prices providers becuase the consumer get BOTH more actual money from the government to do so and they ALSO have a higher percentage of the cost paid by the government AND they have a much lower personal out of pocket cost to an even greater degree than if they got the same typical subsidy but used a lower cost provider.

    If the government subsidizes either only a percentage of total cost regardless of price or a fixed amount then the consumer is less interested in seeking out the lower priced provider.

    I call a subsidy that increases in dollar amounts (not just percentages) for the LOWER cost providers of the product a "Cost Reversing Subsidy".

    All government subsidies should be "Cost Reversing Subsidies."

    Please spread the word to your local politicians.

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  • Radoman

    Radoman

    March 11, 2015, 3:44 am

    >If Republicans think something might be good for the president, they’re against it — whether or not it’s good for America.

    Couldn't agree more. I've said it before, and I'll say it again. So-called "Conservatives" in this country don't care if *anything* is good for America. If it makes the Republican party look bad, they oppose it.

    All they *want* to hear is their own spin, so that's all they hear. Take note America: The Republicans gleefully shouted "victory" at taking away America's chance to host the Olympic games. They'll party til the next election if they can stop the 40 million uninsured Americans in this country from getting Healthcare.

    Because those 40 million people made the mistake of being born, and everyone knows that the Republican's concern for your "life's" well being ends as you exit the womb.

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  • JoshSN

    JoshSN

    March 10, 2015, 9:28 pm

    It's the FBI, not the local Police Department. I bet knowledge of Lenin is fairly widespread, especially considering the number of college graduates involved.

    Honest, I'm trying, but what the other guy was saying seemed clear to me. It is within reason to think that the picture was something he picked up 15 years ago and never bothered to remove from his wall, as reasonable as to assume the cops planted something. Both are within reason.

    Lenin was not an anarchist, instead quite the totalitarian, ergo, the guy was not that influenced by Lenin?

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  • rocketvat

    rocketvat

    March 11, 2015, 6:52 am

    I worked in the primaries in virginia this year, where there are officially no political parties. Independent people don't fail to vote in primaries because they want to avoid a label, they don't vote in primaries because they are unmotivated, uninformed, and uncaring. You are taking your personal motive and assigning to a population you clearly have no real conception of. Trust me, after you make thousands and thousands of calls to *likely* voters and find maybe 1% who care enough to even know there's an election (and this is in a state that has elections EVERY year), you start to realize what our political system is all about. The picture ain't pretty.

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  • DpThought0

    DpThought0

    March 11, 2015, 2:52 am

    I had lots of weird stuff happen when I was growing up. The following three things are brief examples:

    1) I was playing street hockey in my driveway with some friends. We were using a blue hockey ball, which is important only because it was the only blue hockey ball that we had. I took a shot at the goal (which was right in front of the garage door) from about 10 feet away, and the ball disappeared mid-flight. It didn't fly off to one side or get lost in the bushes or anything - it freaking disappeared in midair in front of at least 4 witnesses. We made a cursory search of the area, but since it obviously didn't hit the garage door or the goal or anything we just laughed it off and used a different ball.

    Months later, I was home watching TV when I heard a scratching sound coming from behind some bookshelves that were across the room from me. We didn't have any cats or anything that would have fit back behind the bookshelf, but it wasn't a loud noise and I chalked it up to the bookshelf creaking under the weight of all the books or something. Anyway, about a minute after the scratching started, the blue hockey ball rolled out from behind the bookshelf, kind of like if a cat was playing with it. It was the only blue hockey ball we ever had, so it wasn't like some other random ball magically ended up there or something.

    2) I was home alone watching TV when I really felt that someone was in the house with we. Very much a "you ever get that feeling that you're being watched?" kind of sensation. I knew I was alone, but couldn't get rid of the feeling. I really felt like someone was behind me to my left side (there was a wall directly behind me, but a hallway behind me to my left) but I really, really didn't want to look. It was a very odd sensation. I finally decide to look and sure enough there is the face of an older man (in his 60s) leaning out past the wall staring at me. It was a very black stare, and his mouth was kind of slack, but his jaw was kind of clenched at the same time. I leaped up and shouted and in the time it took me to spin around to face the guy, he disappeared. I went outside and waited for other family members to get home before I went back in.

    The neat part about that event was that within a few months of it happening, I was awoken by the sounds of my younger brother acting very upset and my parents trying to calm him down. He had gone out and come home late (we were both teenagers at the time) after some sort of partying, and when he opened the front door he saw a man who he described much like the man I saw sitting in a chair in the dark of the living room waiting for him. He looked at my brother and said, "I'll be watching you." and disappeared. My brother freaked out and woke my parents up.

    My paternal grandfather had died when I was about 5 and my brother was about 3, and neither of us remembers him well, but the man we both saw looked a lot like him. The chair my brother saw him sitting in is an antique that originally came from his house, as well.

    3) I was up late one night in the summer watching TV (reading over this it looks like I watched a lot of TV growing up). I've always been a night person, so I would typically stay up late and watch the cheesy crap that was on cable. We had a dog who loved lying on the floor wedged up against the couch, kind of like a footrest. She was not much of a guard dog or anything, but would always wake up and bark if someone was at the door etc...

    I had the back door open (it led out to a screened in porch) for some air and was basically just sitting there watching TV when I heard a noise. At first I thought it was a tractor trailer driving by, as we lived about a block in from a relatively main road and you would hear the occasional truck rumbling by, but the noise just seemed to get louder and louder. We lived in southern NJ and occasionally we would hear helicopter overflights from trainings etc... at McGuire AFB which was a ways away, and I thought that this was what may be happening, but the weird thing was that the dog *would not wake up*. I nudged her with my foot and she just lied there, obviously breathing, but sound asleep. By this point the noise is incredible, and I can't hear the TV anymore. We had a little picture on a wobbly bookshelf nearby and it fell to the floor.

    The noise was as loud as a helicopter right over the house, but it was not the same kind of noise; it was more like a throbbing hum. There was no wind or anything blowing around outside either. The dog wouldn't wake up, and my family wasn't waking up. At this point I'm pretty much freaking out and decide to make a run for my room, which was upstairs and down the end of the hall. I slammed the back door shut, but left the lights and TV on and ran upstairs, through the hall with everyone asleep right behind the doors, through my brother's room (I had to go through his to get to mine) and into my room. My brother was as sound asleep as the dog was, and even now with the door closed and in a different part of the house, it sounded like something as loud as a helicopter right over the house. I turned on all of the lights in my room, pulled the cover over my head... and that's it. I remember waking up the next day but have no memory of actually falling asleep, and I know I was wired as all hell from my sprint up the stairs and the general excitement etc... My mother mentioned that I had left the lights and TV on etc... so I know that that part at least happened. My best guess is that I was half asleep watching the TV and semi-dreamed, sleepwalked my way upstairs or something, but it's a very clear, vivid memory to this day and we're talking about something that happened over 20 years ago.

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  • iggyma04

    iggyma04

    March 10, 2015, 3:46 pm

    that is a good question ( except for the last part, thats just ridiculous conspiracy theorist shit ). Why wouldn't they include that other stuff? In my opinion, since there doesn't seem to be any religious overtones here, there is no reason to include whether or not he had a bible. Political Situation. Lenin = Revolutionary Political Figure. Lenin = relevant. As far as his decor, I would think that that could be included also, since that could also be indicative of his demeanor and thought processes. Is he clean and orderly? Is he messy and disorganized? But my argument is not whether other things should or should not have been included, just that in my opinion the inclusion of the picture of Lenin is perfectly relevant...

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  • bitter_cynical_angry

    bitter_cynical_angry

    March 11, 2015, 9:00 am

    It's like birds puffing up their feathers to look bigger, or cats making their hair stand on end. Same goes for the dudes wearing the huge poofy (ha that works on a couple levels, eh?) down jackets and giant basketball shoes and then you see their spindly shins connecting the two. Now what I can't figure out is the sideways baseball hat.

    All this really boils down to sexual selection though. People do things for a purpose even if they don't realize it. And if it's not directly contributing to your genes' survival in a physical way, then logically it must help your genes (or memes) in some other way or else people wouldn't waste their money doing it and therefore put themselves at a competitive disadvantage.

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  • daringescape

    daringescape

    March 10, 2015, 11:07 am

    Palm doesn't need the iTunes app to sync the Pre. They don't need to draw Apple's ire, or play yo-yo with their customers over this important capability. They can sync the Pre to a customer's iTunes music library with a public, open, and documented approach that has been used by third-party developers and device makers for years. This capability was created by none other than Apple itself.

    Turns out it's a simple matter of reading the iTunes music library XML catalog file on a customer's computer, and using that to create a sync capability for the Pre. Not only is that XML file plain-text and human readable, it's got a published document type definition (DTD). Apple has developed this XML approach specifically "to make your music and playlists available to other applications" (see KB HT1660).

    On the Mac, you can see this "iTunes Music Library.xml" file in:

    /Users/username/Music/iTunes/

    On Windows, it's located in:

    \Documents and Settings\username\My Documents\My Music\iTunes\

    Combined with the music files indexed by this XML catalog, you have everything you need to know to access or sync iTunes music. I don't know how Apple could be any more open or flexible about this. Clearly they took this approach to give customers access to their music in a manner independent of iTunes and Apple, now and in the future, since a well written XML file is almost like a self contained fossil record.

    Why Palm can't respect or understand this is beyond me. In one press statement, Palm spokeperson Lynn Fox said: "Palm believes that openness and interoperability offer better experiences for users by allowing them the freedom to use the content they own". Well, the problem is, nobody was blocking that freedom. In fact, Apple went an extra step to make sure that freedom was available to customers and third-party developers, independent of the iTunes app.

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  • troller10

    troller10

    March 11, 2015, 12:59 am

    Look, if you are going to do this sort of thing, you have to know that the forces you are targeting are going to be searching for you.

    Get all the incriminating evidence out of your home. I know he was located in a Motel, but the cops also raided his home and collected the following stuff: A dozen gas masks, liquid mercury, backpacks containing hammers and anarchist literature.

    Plus when you are in the Motel, (or where-ever you are operating out of), keep as little incriminating stuff with you as possible. And for crying out loud, post a look out, (or a wireless camera at least).

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  • cultured_banana_slug

    cultured_banana_slug

    March 11, 2015, 4:29 am

    I fucking hate retail. If it weren't for the "customers" it'd be tolerable. I personally couldn't stand the parents who would let their kids run around knocking shit over and treating the aisles like race tracks. The kids that would flop around screaming because they heard the word "no" annoyed me the most. The pitch they could manage to belt out could melt paint. Dare suggest that their children not be so destructive or rude and most of the time the parents think there's something wrong with you. One woman told me, after I suggested she reign in her kid who was knocking over piles of shirts and laughing about it, 'Well, it's your job to clean this stuff up, isn't it?"

    And it's your job to parent your cunt carbuncle, isn't it?

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  • flictonic

    flictonic

    March 11, 2015, 5:58 am

    Most people new to running don't have the right shoes. You can't just throw on your old running shoes that you wear around everywhere and expect to stay uninjured. The biggest thing that you can do to prevent injury is to go to a good running store (one that actually trains their employees on how to properly identify a stride and match a shoe to it) and only wear that shoe when you run. You should then get new shoes about every 350 to 450 miles.

    Although this will help tremendously, it probably won't completely eliminate the problem. People are telling you to cut back but I would only do this if the pain is unmanageable. If the pain goes away shortly after you begin and doesn't persist throughout the day, I think the worst thing you can do is to decrease your distance. Just keep on running, in another month or so you won't get them anymore.

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