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  • muyoso

    muyoso

    March 11, 2015, 7:04 am

    Which is a MONTH after Iran revealed it to the world. And Iran only revealed it to the world because they were tipped off that the West knew about the facility, which means they most likely had time between being tipped off and revealing it. All in all, ANYTHING that the IAEA inspectors would hope to find has already been hidden away and covered up.

    And the only way this is going to be a blow to the "American War Machine" is that after the IAEA goes there and finds "surprisingly" nothing out of the ordinary and no evidence of weaponized nuclear technology, countries like Russia and China will use the legitimacy of the sham inspection to halt all sanctions or further penalties for Iran.

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  • waddupeverybody

    waddupeverybody

    March 11, 2015, 5:12 am

    Yes, some casinos are implementing this software and are getting better at sharing information. It's for this reason that I very rarely count in Vegas. I spend most of my time abroad.

    I've only been banned twice and it was at small card rooms, not in Vegas. I prefer 6000/month and having fun "acting" in the casinos. The feeling that you are doing something that the casinos don't like and could get kicked out for is the biggest thrill of all...real adrenaline rush.

    Best time to go to a casino is when there is a manager (pit boss) that is an idiot (I take extensive notes on my playing including the pit boss). Other than that its best to play when there are fewer people at the table which can slow the game down and take up more of the good cards.

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  • feelsgoodman

    feelsgoodman

    March 10, 2015, 6:55 pm

    i actually am surprised mozilla hasnt figured out a better way to manage this though.. it's one thing to save passwords and expect people not to auto log in as you.. but i dont think anyone should be able to just pop open the prefrences and actually see exactly what your passwords are. simple solution would be an option to have multiple user accounts. i want a master password to lock out my saved passwords list.. but i dont need or want a master password box popping up every time i want to log into a site. (how it is now)

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  • jdh30

    jdh30

    March 10, 2015, 5:23 pm

    Well, the problem is more that the language and its main implementation encourage the use of indentation-sensitive syntax and, consequently, indenting most code correctly requires knowledge of what the code does and how it works which is (IMHO) stupid and hugely counter-productive. Moreover, adding this indentation-sensitive syntax to OCaml makes little sense because the language is so concise anyway. Furthermore, it is broken on many common idioms. For example, `match` does not work as expected so the OCaml:

    let rec map2 f xs ys = match xs, ys with

    | x::xs, y::ys -> f x y::map2 f xs ys

    | _ -> []

    must be spread across more lines in F# just to please the indentation-sensitive parser:

    let rec map2 f xs ys =

    match xs, ys with

    | x::xs, y::ys -> f x y::map2 f xs ys

    | _ -> []

    Similarly, the following OCaml:

    let a = 2 and b = 3

    must be written in F# as:

    let a = 2

    and b = 3

    I think this is silly and would have been happier if the language had never inherited this feature from Python.

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  • Godspiral

    Godspiral

    March 10, 2015, 7:33 pm

    Rockefeller's amendment should say that insurers should spend at least 300% or even over 600% of what subsidies they get on healthcare. An insurance crony should be allowed to defer a subsidy its been alloted to subsequent years if they are unable to pay that much.

    Basically, dollars are fungible. If the insurance industry already pays 1.5 Trillion on healthcare per year, then giving them $500B, its very easy for them to satisfy a BS regulation that forces them to pay out $450B. At 400% "forced" payout, they'd have to spend $2T, but they can still game the system, by just taking half the subsidy this year and half next year.

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  • mettasteppe

    mettasteppe

    March 10, 2015, 9:24 am

    If you want a corporate rate, you'll need to check with your HR dept to see which Marriotts have a negotiated rate, (it varies between individual hotels). Usually, company ID is required at the counter to qualify for a discounted prive, (though, I'm sure a fake ID could work).

    But to be honest, most company rates SUCK unless you work for the government.

    The best common discounts are with AAA auto club (around 15%), IDs that show you're over 62 years of age (sometimes as high as 20%), and if you happen to know someone who works for Marriott, they can give you a discount form at a Friends and Family rate of around 25%.

    Also, you can try saying you missed your flight or are attending a funeral...there are distressed-traveler and bereavement rates; no follow-up questions are asked

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  • innocentbystander

    innocentbystander

    March 10, 2015, 8:50 am

    That would be the "equal protection clause" of the 14th Amendment.

    >No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

    The fact that they **do** acknowledge your matrimonial vows means that they should acknowledge **all** matrimonial vows.

    It would, in fact, be entirely constitutional not to recognize them at all for anyone. That would also be entirely in accordance with the 14th Amendment. But that's not what's under discussion here, nor something that's ever seriously proposed because of the multitude of secondary legal problems that would cause.

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  • uriel

    uriel

    March 10, 2015, 2:54 pm

    > The cap-and-trade bill is nothing but the government creating a market for the investment banks to extort other companies by telling them how much they can pollute. It's a shell game.

    It is worse than that, it is a 'market' where the coal industry and other of the biggest polluters get their carbon credits *for fucking free*! So then they can turn around and sell them in this 'market' for a hefty profit.

    Basically, the more you are currently polluting, the more the bill will benefit you! (If you are a big enough business, that is.)

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  • DigitalEvil

    DigitalEvil

    March 10, 2015, 3:46 pm

    This is not legal in any way. In fact, if the subway franchise owner knew about it, they would likely fire the employees.

    Subway can have a tip jar if it wishes but it cannot charge any sort of mandatory gratuity fee. It is still fast food, even if the employees make the sandwiches. Tips in fast food restaurants are not standard and may actually be prohibited by company rules. Not only would the Subway corporation frown on that, but the individual store owners would too.

    If they do it again, tell them to give you your full change. If they refuse, ask for a manager. It is only change but it does add up. Especially for people who go to that store a lot. If the manager for some reason doesn't mind it, tell him you will be contacting the company and referring their illegal business practices to the corporation. Reference their store number if you can. This can likely be found online or on their own website.

    I do hope your friend hasn't been going there for a long time. That is not acceptable business practice for any sort of fast food restaurant.

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  • Booster21

    Booster21

    March 10, 2015, 7:42 pm

    I've always had this theory about female pornstars I was hoping you could help me out with confirming or not :P

    Essentially, there are two types of female pornstars:

    Women who are emotionally damaged but who enjoy sex, and who want to make money doing it or become 'famous' because of it. They're not the brightest or most savvy people in the industry but they like sex and get paid to do it. They could be said to be naive and just generally a bit flaky. The workhorses, if you will :P

    Then there are the women who know EXACTLY what they're doing, they realise their bodies and their sexuality are commodities. They also like sex and want to make money, but they have a much more rational point of view and are brutally pragmatic about their place in the industry (at the top of the food chain) and what they have to do to succeed. Who I would assume we're much more successful than the other type I described.

    Anywhere near the mark?

    Also, it's true that male talent earn orders of magnitude less than the women right?

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  • tobybuk

    tobybuk

    March 10, 2015, 10:41 pm

    The fact you call the West bank contested says it all. Everyone apart from Israel, including the president of the United states of America agrees - it is occupied. Only the racist state which infects the place with its racist civilians would call it contested. This is as true to the Nazi party calling the Holocaust a misunderstanding. Stop deluding yourselves. Unfortunalty I think your brain washing has really taken with you.

    As for your racist prime minister and his racist ethnic cleansing remark, it still stands. The head of your cesspit of a state has stated in conversations he wants to rid the area of Arabs by causing another war no less. No doubt killing a fair few Arabs at the same time. Looks like he and your foreign minister are good bedfellows.

    So your final word is Nuclear war eh? Do you think a united world would have to resort to violence to gets its way? We know the racist state would - its all it knows. You think Israel would service any better than the rest of the world when it came to letting off nukes? You think any surviving Israelis would stand a chance? Do you think anyone wants another Holocaust? Don’t be an arse.

    What is this "correct interpretation of history and rational thought" you talk of. Just what has given you the right to totally dominate and thieve from the Palestanians? Really, what?

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  • Mourningblade

    Mourningblade

    March 11, 2015, 3:15 am

    I don't see why we have to make huge jumps in any one direction - socialized, free market, whatever. Yes, things are broken but there are many, many low-hanging fruit that yield big gains.

    Detaching insurance from employment, lowering barriers between states, providing a legal basis for malpractice vs. malresult, requiring better result disclosure for hospitals and insurers (Obama campaign's "healthcare marketplace" was a great idea), and standardizing insurance language, just to name a few.

    Why does it have to be an omnibus bill? We've seen what log rolling does in the past.

    I'm reminded of The West Wing - one of their stories was about how obsession with doing things "their way" prevented things from being done at all. They were going to reform social security when they had a supermajority and until then kill all reforms.

    We're there.

    There absolutely is room for small, careful measures. Yes, we have a lot of liars in politics - but when haven't we? With careful thought and targeted reforms we can change things. You have a much harder sell with these large jumps - you start having to make the case of "and this is the only way."

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  • shady8x

    shady8x

    March 11, 2015, 7:26 am

    YOU SAID:

    >But lets face the fact that women can't phycically beat men

    What part of that statement is sane?

    According to your statement a female body builder can't physically hurt a disabled man. some girl power huh?

    Do women not have arms in your world view?

    What the hell?

    >I'm an athlete how the hell can I be saying women should be barred from: military, police and all physical jobs ??

    Don't know how your brain could have come up with that, but if you think no woman can ever physically hurt a man(Obviously they can, but I don't know how to convince you), than women should be banned from jobs where they may need to fight a man or you are sending them to the slaughter(unless you are wrong and they can hurt a man...)

    EDIT: How does being an athlete make you not sexist? It makes a brain injury more likely but I don't think it makes sexism less likely. Do you have some study to back up your claim that athletes aren't as sexist as the rest of the population?

    >oh and I put men down as much as possible?How?by saying men are stronger than women? Right.

    You claim that since women are incapable of hurting men, all the countless men that are victims of domestic violence should be ignored because they are all lying because women are physically unable to hurt men... hmm must be some defect in their DNA if their arms disappear whenever they swing them in the direction of a man...

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  • Peterabit456

    Peterabit456

    March 11, 2015, 1:39 am

    > ... at the Mojave Air and Space Port all appears in readiness for the combined test flights of WhiteKnightTwo and the sleek two-pilot, six-person SpaceShipTwo - the world's first passenger-carrying suborbital spaceliner. This outing is backed by British entrepreneur, Sir Richard Branson and his Virgin Galactic company. Like SpaceShipOne, the new SpaceShipTwo is designed to be carried to a high altitude by a mothership aircraft where it can launch on suborbital trips.

    Edit: Burt Rutan and his bunch at Scaled Composits have shunned the limelight, almost as effectively as the Wright Brothers did between 1903 and 1908. They could have been celebrities, but chose instead to concentrate on engineering the next advance in their field. Even though this article doesn't say much, the fact of its existence indicates that flights may commence next week, to next month.

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  • topmojosun

    topmojosun

    March 10, 2015, 2:41 pm

    What's with the hate language? You say I am what's wrong with america? Take a look in the mirror and a deep breath next time before you go off on a tangent like that.

    So let me get this straight. I'm a bit confused here. What point am I missing exactly? You want to come to my home and force me to take down a flag that I fly in an area that has no qualms with it? You should learn some manners. I'm sure you'd like it if I came to your home and started telling you what you could and couldn't do there. What offends me is someone telling me something that makes absolutely no sense and I should just accept it like I'm an idiot. Sorry, but that's a monopoly religion has, and I think you come in a distant second there. Valiant attempt though; kudos.

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  • SgtSausage

    SgtSausage

    March 10, 2015, 8:27 am

    ==> Right, right, so fuck

    Hey, man -- it's no skin off my nose. We don't let this kinda shit happen where I live. If you live there and have to live with it, then you ... well, I said it before: If you're afraid to stand up and assert yourselv ... you get what you deserve. It happens because they (you?) let it happen.

    ==> your family and everyone that depends on you providing for them as long as you look tough?

    A big part of "providing for them" is ensuring that they live in a safe neighborhood. Folks with your attitude are not exactly following through on that. You've basically got two options: move away (in which case the point is moot) or make a stand and do something. Don't give me any crap about letting law enforcement handle it. They're not handling it (as evidenced by the clip in the original post).

    Tell me agian: Exactly how is cowering to the influence of "chavs" ... how is that "providing" anything for your family?

    ***

    EDIT: You can weigh the risks and make your own decision. I've made mine. To each his own.

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  • MadAce

    MadAce

    March 10, 2015, 5:43 pm

    I was expecting to be down-modded.

    Despite his good intentions his way of thinking kinda pisses me off. I know and have known people who would be deemed unworthy by our Philantropotamus to be helped. And I agree, many of them were pathetic or of questionable ethical background (to say the least). But they are/were still human beings with feelings, dreams, favorite foods and not mindless slaves of addiction or whatever qualifies them as being "not to be saved". It saddens me that someone who's willing to invest time and money in others (a rarity indeed) is burdened by the same curse that made our societies as unfair and cruel as they are. I'm talking about a lack of empathy and prejudice.

    Not that I don't applaud him for his good works, of course.

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  • NoMoreNicksLeft

    NoMoreNicksLeft

    March 11, 2015, 8:15 am

    > are spreading lies to stop a health care bill that will save millions of lives.

    You lambast lies, and then claim millions will die without this? Sounds like a holocaust is happening right now all around me, but I don't see it. Where are the missing neighbors and coworkers that I should be noticing absent? Shouldn't they have been buried or cremated or something, with rumors going around "hey, he died because the doctors wanted more money!" ?

    I don't think that it is millions. It's probably not even hundreds. And this out of a nation of 300 million people.

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  • ShortWoman

    ShortWoman

    March 10, 2015, 10:19 am

    Dietary cholesterol and serum cholesterol are different things.

    Serum cholesterol is made by the bodies of humans and animals from the fats and other nutrients we eat. It does a bunch of necessary things, and is what those scientists are talking about.

    Dietary cholesterol is in the meat and animal products (eggs, dairy) we eat. These two types of cholesterol have almost nothing to do with one another. Please do not think this story means you have to eat lots of bacon to keep your brain healthy.

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  • UpTheDown

    UpTheDown

    March 11, 2015, 8:26 am

    Well, I'd be a little bit pedantic and say that TCL does not compile at run-time, it automatically compiles just before run-time, if it notices that the source code is not already byte-compiled. Then at run-time it interprets the byte-compiled code. In the end, it's still an interpreted language because it never compiles to machine code.

    Edit: I think the important distinction is that "scripting language" specifies how the user uses the language: without having to manually do a separate compile step. And "program" is just a set of instructions, you could even say some kitchen appliances are programmable. "Compiled" just means "translated", so if your source code ends up as byte-code *or* machine code, it's been compiled. And "interpreted" means that the program is run by an intermediate process at run-time, instead of executing directly as machine code. That's really all the article had to say, but it really went off into the weeds.

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  • larwk

    larwk

    March 10, 2015, 6:42 am

    I applaud you for doing this. I basically live paycheck to paycheck with a little extra but not much. Most of that extra ends up going towards helping friends out that are in a worse situation (roommate lost his job so I covered rent... single mom of 2 kids at work that makes less than I do, loaning her 20 bucks here and there so she can buy food, stuff like that). A lot of time's it goes from a loan to "oh don't worry about it, I don't need the money that bad". I'm glad that other people think the same way and I find it more rewarding if you actually know the persons situation and how much it'll help them.

    But if you're passing out handouts, I've got $7k in student loans you could take care of for me. That's my only debt and the bill I dread paying the most =P

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  • rooktakesqueen

    rooktakesqueen

    March 11, 2015, 4:26 am

    How is this news?

    BREAKING: The Senate health care bill is NOT a nationalization of the health care industry! Private insurance STILL EXISTS! And the reforms include GIVING SUBSIDIES TO POOR PEOPLE so they can BUY PRIVATE INSURANCE!

    Fuck, we've known this for months. Yes, single payer would be a better option. Yes, the Senate has no balls for not including a public option. But what the fuck people, did they have a weekend sale at Ben's Torches & Pitchforks and you're all just now looking for pre-existing excuses to use them?

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  • alephnil

    alephnil

    March 10, 2015, 6:57 pm

    The article makes it sound like the Mexicans are a bunch of lazy incompetent bastards. While they clearly have managed their oil fortune unwisely, the reason that their oil output decline is that their fields are running empty rather than incompetence of the Mexicans. Their fields have been developed with modern technology like horizontal drilling. In fact, these technologies often makes it possible to pump the oil up faster, but do not necessarily increase the total recovery rate. This cause production to collapse when the field is running dry, rather than the gradual decline that happens with older technology. A good example of this is the giant field Cantarel, that has collapsed during the few last years.

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  • TheCrimsonKing

    TheCrimsonKing

    March 10, 2015, 9:30 am

    >Shouldn't the goal be to get his ratings down? Now, more people than ever are watching him and O'Reilly.

    The goal is to discredit him so the mainstream won't take him so seriously. Bringing the ratings down is one of many ways to accomplish this. But an advertiser boycott and accompanied by a media dialogue about his clear racists, anti-obama anything, agenda is another way. I personally am also more than willing to stand up to anyone in my family, at work or in the general public who regurgitate his non-sense, with a fact based argument and the ability to cite multiple credible sources who contradict him.

    I've heard a lot of nay-saying from you but no solutions. What do you propose? If you saw someone in the media with a clear bias to either side heavily influencing the public debate with misinformation and outright lies what would you do?

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  • kingoftonga

    kingoftonga

    March 10, 2015, 7:21 am

    *A particularly obvious example involves the Olympics, whereof Titor claimed: "As a result of the many conflicts, no, there were no official Olympics after 2004." The uneventful staging of the 2006 Winter Olympics refutes this claim; however, there were arguments as to whether or not Titor was referring exclusively to the Summer Olympics. Though the successful realization of the 2008 Summer Olympics clearly refutes Titor's prediction, the website www.johntitor.com points to some of the controversies of the opening ceremonies, such as Lin Miaoke lip-synching and fireworks being computer simulated as suggestive that the entire Olympics were faked.*

    There you have it. The ENTIRE Olympics were faked. For what purpose, we may never know.

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  • beckanoel

    beckanoel

    March 10, 2015, 6:32 pm

    To answer your first comment:

    Yes, very.

    I did not "seek" him out because he was Asian. In fact, he is the first Asian I have ever been with. Before, I had only dated white men, but not because of their ethnicity, they just happened to be who I was attracted to at the time. Skin color/ethnicity means very little to me.

    My parents were also a mixed couple (father is black and mother is white...although I should note that I was adopted, and could be various races). They are very supportive and only want me to be happy. They love him and could not be happier with my choice. I have experienced some "feelings" from Asian men/women on the street. Although none have ever said anything, we do occasionally get looks from them that I can only assume is disapproving.

    Shoes. Hmm...that's a tough one. I'm gonna go with you're not wearing shoes, but socks? Trick question?

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