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  • waddupeverybody

    waddupeverybody

    March 10, 2015, 7:13 pm

    There are pros and cons to team play:

    Pros:

    *Better cover at the casino (used by the MIT team)

    *More fun

    *Better for bankroll management (minimizes losing swings

    Cons:

    *Room for cheating, theft, distortion

    And it's for this BIG con that I don't play on teams. I've heard too many stories of teams that fail because of trust issues. It's too easy for a team member to steal money/under-report winnings. I'd only play on a team with people whom I trusted before and none of them want to learn to count cards.

    I've tried poker, but found that it didn't work for my skill set. I can't tell if someone is bluffing. There's too much "gut instinct" involved in it. With card counting, it's 100% pure math.

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  • AngMoKio

    AngMoKio

    March 10, 2015, 6:16 pm

    >Maybe if you had such a condition, then before actually leaving the US you would have looked into two words, "community rating".

    I got the condition when I was already outside of the US. Now I don't really have the option to return. Luckily I have now looked around and realize that only in the US is this a problem.

    >I'm sure you know this because you are clearly an ObamaCare professional paid to argue with me,

    I wish. I wonder how much such a position pays?

    >So, Obama's big tear jerking example at the beginning of one of his health care town halls of someone with a pre-existing condition who claimed not to be able to get health insurance was total nonsense. All they had to do was to move to one of five states or just get a job in a company with a pool of 2 to 50 employees.

    I don't live in such a state but my insurance in the US for my former company would be over $1000 a month. That's a huge portion of my income. And under HIPAA my pre-existing condition wouldn't be covered for at least 18 months - at which point my companies insurance rates would go through the roof and I may or may not be let go.

    I am self employed now and able to employ others - which I would not be able to do in the US.

    >In doing this, CLEARLY, you have a hidden agenda that has nothing to do with fixing the leak.

    Not hidden. I just want a system that works. The US is the only health care system that isn't working among the developed nations. I would be happy if the US chose *any* of the other options that have proven that they work.

    >Readers: Be warned; she's been trying to fool you.

    Who is the she? Me? I am male. Oh, and I am quite open to answering any questions about my situation and the excellent health care I have received outside of the US (in several countries now.)

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  • p3ngwin

    p3ngwin

    March 11, 2015, 7:31 am

    i've seen this since a few years ago, it's not new to me :)

    as for my assertion that the problem is a little too "contradictory" for my liking, have a look at 15m15s where they clearly show the material passing right through itself without ripping or tearing.

    they may justify it by saying "but the pieces that were passing through were from different 'strips', and not the same strip passing through itself".

    to which i would say "horseshit".

    to suggest that you can take a material, say it can't be ripped or torn, then with a straight face **split** it into strips and pass them through each other is nonsense.

    it is to make up temporary rules that you can violate at will.

    what would you say if i told you "here's a sheet, you can't rip or tear it or fold it. now i'm going to make it go through itself and split it into strips that can also pass through each other...." ?

    if it doesn't follow this universe's rules then we can't be expected to piss around and define rules outside of it and then fuck around saying "this is possible, but this is not".

    if it can move through itself, it can move through itself. if you say it can't in one way, you need to justify it and explain WHY it can't otherwise you may as well say "i can magic it this way but i can't magic it that way"

    if you can do magic, why are you limited?

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  • oconostota

    oconostota

    March 10, 2015, 8:25 pm

    Hippy just meant in the old days that a person was aware they were being lied to by the government. The problem is once you realize the government isn't your friend, what do you do? How do you fight? For many it seemed the best way to resist them was to opt out and live off the land.

    It still seems that way to me but the situation has gotten so bad for the feds they will never allow people to live without their control or "aid" or "protection" as they call it. They are just the fucking mafia now.

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  • Reddithetic

    Reddithetic

    March 11, 2015, 9:09 am

    Your logic is made of fail.

    While it is good financial policy to encourage marriage for a state- it increases population and taxation revenue and creates soldiers- the same can't be said for gay marriage.

    You are not being deprived of liberty- you are free to have sex with each other all you want.

    What you think is your liberty is instead, the attention of the state in trying to generate tax dollars... you don't do that very well(create new taxpayers), so they are not going to give you an incentive to join since there is no payoff.

    You are not a good reader, and you are confusing rights and liberties with a tax collection scheme- which is what marriage has always been.

    Gay marriage is a poor financial investment for the state on all levels, including immigration.

    You just aren't that important. That doesn't mean you aren't getting equal protection under the law- you have *more* protection under the law because of hate crimes- which should be repealed so we are back to being constitutional.

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  • ThePain

    ThePain

    March 10, 2015, 7:08 am

    No, I'm saying for his card game analogy to work with the door situation he'd have to turn over 25 cards and leave 26 face down. So your odds would be 1/26. He's also adding in the idea that Hall is purposefully trying to deceive you. He's simply playing the game how it is. If you picked correctly or incorrectly the first time he's still always going to remove one door.

    The card game analogy still fails exactly as the doors do. Before the cards are turned over you have a 1/52 chance of being correct. Now with 50 cards exposed and now OUT OF PLAY! You're really down to just 2 cards. The Ace of Spades, and something else. The fact that 50 other cards exists has NO bearing what so ever on whether one of two cards is an ace.

    The only way it could possibly factor is if somehow magically (cheatingly) neither of the two cards are the ace, then the odds can go back towards 1/52

    Really this is stupid simple and I'm quite frightened other people can't see the simplicity in this.

    A change is being made and you are being allowed to change your pick. IF you could not swap doors than it would be 1/3 chance. When the second chance to pick a door is made you have NEGATED THE ENTIRE FIRST CHOICE! Might as well have never happened. The fact you choose door A,B or C has no bearing at all on your second choice. You're (50/50) just as likely right as you are wrong when presented with two doors.

    Had he not eliminated one door it'd just still be another 1/3 chance guess.

    If you change any of the situation (not allowing a second guess, not removing a door) than the situation won't work as I've clearly explained it, BUT HOW IT'S SET UP works exactly as I've painstakingly spelled out.

    **Edit**

    Alright, I'll give you a chance. Explain how there are three doors when it comes to the second chance guess. One has been removed so you can't pick it. There are only two doors. It is made certain that the door removed was not the prize. So you have prize and no prize. You have to realize the fact that you picked a door has no bearing what so ever on it being the correct door. How do you get 1/3rd and 2/3rds chances from two doors in a completely separate decisions from the first?

    Now remember, the first guess you made DOESN'T MATTER AT ALL!

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  • koolkid005

    koolkid005

    March 11, 2015, 8:51 am

    No, you have it wrong. While science MAY make claims, science can NEVER claim ANY absolute truths. Religion claims to have ALL absolute truths. If scientists claimed that theories did not evolve over time, science would be no better than a religion in and of itself. You and I are using different definitions of faith. Faith can mean "belief that something is true" which is the definition you are using, it also means "belief in something without evidence" which is the definition I am using. Science makes claims using the first definition.

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  • NoMoreNicksLeft

    NoMoreNicksLeft

    March 10, 2015, 6:27 pm

    > but I do see them as a lesser of two evils.

    In any system where you're voting for the lesser of two evils, the two evils will eventually reach a point where they're so nearly equally evil, that distinguishing between the two is impossible no matter how carefully you measure.

    The lesser evil starts slacking off, after all, they don't have to be "much lesser" evil, only "slightly lesser". The other evil doesn't go in the other direction though... and since they're relegated to second place, they pull out all the stops. After all, they've got nothing to lose. Which means the lesser evil can slack off even more.

    Eventually, the greater evil bottoms out into some incredibly satanic evil, and the lesser evil follows them all the way to the bottom.

    So keep up the good work. Keep voting for that lesser evil. It's worked so far, hasn't it?

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  • mcraider

    mcraider

    March 10, 2015, 6:53 am

    When I'm not in class, I'm studying or doing homework. I really don't do much else at this point. Sometimes I'll go buy coffee. Every day is exactly the same, but at least I am working towards a goal. I play Warcraft 3 every couple nights.

    I probably will play another MMO eventually. A well designed MMO is the perfect game if you wish to immerse yourself in an interactive fantasy world. While I had no social life playing WoW, I completed my assignments. It's entirely possible to play WoW and go to school or work provided WoW is secondary in priority. I also intend to purchase Diablo III, which is certainly an RPG with online multiplayer.

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