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  • shockfactor

    shockfactor

    March 11, 2015, 1:09 am

    Ok.

    Have four people with signs or dressed up.

    One is the sun, one is the plant, one is the atmosphere and one is a person.

    The plant sits there with the atmosphere next to him.

    The atmosphere has a sign that says CO2 and a sign that says H20.

    The atmosphere hands the plant the CO2, and as he's passing the H20, the sun runs up and snatches it out of his hand, shouting LIGHT REACTIONS BITCH.

    Then the sun hands the plant ATP and NADPH, and rips the H20 sign in half, giving back the O part to the atmosphere.

    The plant can say Calvin cycle at this point, dropping two signs that say ADP and NADP, which the sun grabs up.

    The person then trades the atmosphere its oxygen for his carbon dioxide.

    Accurate enough.

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  • waddupeverybody

    waddupeverybody

    March 10, 2015, 8:26 am

    Yes, this is true in all casinos, but doesn't prevent counting, it just changes it a bit.

    In the counting world, the depth at which the cut card is placed is called "penetration" (go ahead, Redditors, take a few seconds and laugh)...

    Good penetration is when the cut card is placed further back, thus allowing more cards to be seen AND allowing a good shoe to last longer. It doesn't change the counting, it just adjusts when a good shoe will end which effects your overall win rate.

    Some casinos believe that by putting the cut card in the middle they prevent card counting which, although it lessens the win rate, does not change the fact that you can count.

    Look up "running count" and "true count" online for an explanation of how counting works in multi-deck shoes.

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  • HydroCabron

    HydroCabron

    March 10, 2015, 7:19 am

    > Progressive taxation. Your call to stop paying taxes is exactly what the oligarchs want.

    Good luck with that. Fox News has washed, rinsed, and spun the brains of so many Americans through so many cycles that there is a general belief that top marginal rates above 40% never existed in American history, and that it would be a greater outrage than concentration camps were such rates ever to occur.

    Many angry white men earning $50K a year will redden with anger at the mention of progressive taxation.

    Sigh.

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  • CarlH

    CarlH

    March 11, 2015, 5:40 am

    Good question.

    The most logical answer is that it wastes memory. The truth is you should *never* run into a situation that you do not know for sure what kind of variable you want. My suggestion is to always use the correct data type for the purpose you have in mind.

    Let me give you a very clear example: Suppose I have a loop that is going to execute a set number of times. Well, I need a variable to define that number. Why would I ever define it for example as a float? It will never have a decimal point.

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  • miked4o7

    miked4o7

    March 11, 2015, 6:38 am

    What the UK, and literally every other country with a healthcare system on Earth does better than the US does with Medicare has to do with the incentives.

    Because of Medicare's structure, it's unfortunately true that to be profitable as a provider you often have to give more care rather than better care. For example, you don't make any money off of reading an x-ray that was sent to you from a patient's other doctor... you get money from giving that patient another x-ray. That's the way the entire system works right now unfortunately. Other countries have found ways to bundle care, salary providers, and offer incentives on outcomes in a way that their costs haven't exploded in the same way ours have.

    The good news is that both the House and Senate bills make some very important steps towards restructuring Medicare in sensible ways... especially the Senate bill. If you could take coverage half of the House bill and the Medicare reform of the Senate bill, you'd have the ideal bill in my opinion short of actually having a single-payer system.

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  • StumblerUponer

    StumblerUponer

    March 10, 2015, 7:01 am

    Uh....

    I'm a hardcore socialist. I'm as anti-capitalist as Lenin.

    But this doesn't really hurt anyone. Anyone can get a life insurance policy on anyone else. The corporation payed the premiums, so why shouldn't they get the money? It's just an investment. A gamble, like all insurance. You (you personally) could just as easily take out a life insurance policy on the CEO of some company, and there's nothing wrong with that.

    The only thing that is regrettable is that they are getting tax breaks for this.

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  • bkh

    bkh

    March 11, 2015, 1:48 am

    Not personal experience, but relayed to me. My cousin's husband is a full-time fireman and at a family dinner he told us this story.

    They got called out to a pretty bad car accident and were the first emergency crew to get there. There's the car, completely totaled... but no one in it. He sees a guy that looks kinda stunned wandering away from him.

    He calls out, "Hey buddy! You ok?"

    The man sharply turns his head around to look at him and drops dead.

    Some of the vertebrae in the man's neck had been partially broken in the accident and the sudden movement of his head twisting completed the break.

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  • KoNP

    KoNP

    March 11, 2015, 6:26 am

    This isn't how to turn a sphere inside out. In the first 15 fucking seconds they say "True, you can't do this with a normal sphere so LETS CHANGE THE RULES".

    Fuckin' imbeciles going HURRRR MY MYND IS BLOWEN. I can turn fucking anything I want inside out as long as I'm given free reign to "change the rules". What's the fucking point of this? It's not a "sphere" anymore. It's a "abstract theoretical mind-experiment magical material object we're gonna call a sphere because otherwise our entire fucking argument turns to shit".

    You can call a bear a dog and it is still going to behead you if you try to pat it, because it's STILL A BEAR.

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  • mgahs

    mgahs

    March 10, 2015, 7:33 pm

    I'm 25, and currently a technical theatre major at a public university. In my studies, I have been taught to use:

    • Wood saws, including panel saws, table saws, radial arm saws, miter saws, band saws.

    • Metal working, including welding (stick and MIG), cold cut saws, a Hossfield bender, an Ironworker, and drill press.

    If you can think of it, it can probably be built with metal or wood, and probably in my scene shop. Possibly by me.

    EDIT: A recent graduate of ours (for fun) has built, rocking chairs, futons, bedside tables, desks, all out of pallet wood.

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  • shadowofpersephone

    shadowofpersephone

    March 10, 2015, 2:25 pm

    Shmoo.

    I used to call my ex this all the time, and whenever we were around people it'd always get a O_o look.

    Or...or...Shnoogie Muffin... He got teased even after we broke up at work 'cause I called him that once when I thought no one would hear. XD

    If you *really* wanna creep people out, when you're with her and are going to say "Please", get this really cute puppy-dog look on your face, stick out your bottom lip a little bit, and in a tone of voice that you'd talk to a baby say "Peas and carrots?" (but instead of carrots, make it sound more like "cawwots"). The looks you'll get and the double-takes will be PRICELESS. I do this all the time with my roomie.

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  • trasor

    trasor

    March 10, 2015, 11:56 pm

    I typically use 1 stick of butter (however much oil+butter you're recipe calls for). I use 7 grams of nugs, or a half ounce of shake / vapor duff / schwag. Combine butter with a good amount of water on the stove and bring it to a simmer. Let this simmer (no heavy boiling) for an hour or two. (I've heard a crockpot is a good way to make larger batches of butter) Anyways, strain that shit with some cheesecloth and place in fridge overnight for the butter to solidify on top of the water. From 7 grams I'll usually cut my pan into 10 brownies. Hope this helps?

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