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  • jenfolds

    jenfolds

    March 11, 2015, 3:15 am

    This past New Years Eve, my friend introduced me to his cousin who I'd never met. He and I spent the evening talking, and he seemed like a really great guy. So when he wanted to go on a date, post-New-Years, I agreed. We hung out maybe twice, sometimes three times a week, but I didn't think it was anything terribly serious. One night he asked me to go out with him, but I texted him that I was already going out with some friends to which he replied "Fine, if you don't want to hang out with me, just tell me so." I shrugged it off, but then he did it again less than a week later. I decided it was time to let him know I wasn't into him anymore (since there was no relationship to end) and I told him over text messaging (I'd known the guy a whole month) that I didn't see him and I going anywhere and I was done with it. He basically wouldn't let me end it. Ignoring what I had said, he continued to ask me to go on dates, so I told him again he and I weren't going to date. And after a week of me giving him the cold shoulder to prove I was serious, he said "I don't think you like me anymore." Duh. I told him as nicely as I could that I had been trying to get that across a week earlier and he texted me with "You are a bitch. You broke my heart, and you're a bitch." I replied with, "If I wanted to date a woman, I'd be a lesbian."

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  • innocentbystander

    innocentbystander

    March 10, 2015, 6:57 am

    More to the point, Lucas's conception of 3PO was completely different from what ended up on film. He intended 3PO to be a fast-talking American used car salesman type. (You can see this if you read the script of the droid sale scene.) As I heard the story, he only changed his mind when he was trying to cast a someone to re-dub Anthony Daniels and *one of the actors auditioning* said, "Why are you replacing him? He's perfect."

    But, that said... young Lucas was still a much better filmmaker than old Lucas. Hell, look at American Graffiti. For what it is, it's nearly perfect. I doubt anyone at the time could have done it better.

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  • ashdog137

    ashdog137

    March 11, 2015, 12:59 am

    What was it like working with Jamie? She got kind of a mixed reaction from the fans, and it was hard to tell how many of her reaction shots were ginned up by the producers. I got the impression that she was actually a pretty cool chick that just tended to wear her emotions on her sleeve -- is that accurate?

    Also, did Stefan really hit on her as hardcore and persistently as the final cut seemed to indicate, or did the producers just love going with the "European dude hitting on lesbian chick" angle for comedy purposes?

    EDIT: Also, *seriously,* thank you for this IAmA. Freaking awesome of you to put it up.

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  • cometparty

    cometparty

    March 10, 2015, 7:33 pm

    > Funny how you went on a self-righteous rant about WWII but didnt bother to mention Russia's 23million lost

    Not sure there was anything self-righteous about it, but whatever. I didn't bother to mention that because those people weren't purged from German society. They were casualties of war, during combat or after being captured.

    > Anyways, I'm sure Iran's conference to further revise the history of their MORTAL FUCKING ENEMIES was just as fair as their FUCKING SHAM OF AN ELECTION...fucking idiot man. Try looking at the bigger picture sometime.

    What, besides the conquer of the indigenous people of Palestine, necessarily makes Zionists the mortal enemies of Iran? Nothing. If they lived somewhere else, no one in the Middle East would have any problem with them. Dogmatists such as yourself (you have been turned into a dogmatist) cannot understand that their problem is with ZIONISM (actions), not Jews (people). Believe it or not, there's a huge difference between the two.

    Sham of an election? Or attempted overthrow of the Iranian government? Maybe you should ask yourself that question. In all likelihood, Ahmadinejad won the popular vote.

    What's most disturbing is the West's persistence in their aggression towards Iran, in spite of the facts. Just like they did with Iraq. If you can't see that this is about hegemony and oil then there's no helping you.

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  • ZMeson

    ZMeson

    March 11, 2015, 2:59 am

    I have happy friends -- more than (my annual salary)/$10k. (And probably lots more happy friends of a friend of a friend).

    ... Now can I please have a $10k raise?

    Seriously though, this kind of argument is highly dependent on your level of income. If you're Bill Gates, a $10k raise is nothing. A happy friend will likely make him much happier than another $10k in income. That single mother of 3 working two jobs and still only pulling $25k a year would most likely be *much* happier with a $10k raise than having a happy friend -- heck, she then might even be able to quit one of her jobs and spend more time with those 3 kids.

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  • DrAtkins

    DrAtkins

    March 10, 2015, 11:50 pm

    My wife and I agreed to *not* make a big deal out of it when our son bangs his head, stubs his toe, etc. We do communicate with him -- we note that he hurt himself and how it happened, tell him we understand he doesn't like it, and keep on going. If he asks for a hug we give him a hug, but that's true anytime. Helps our sanity in several ways: we don't agonize over every little bump and bruise, we don't train him to create drama, and we don't have to always drop what we're doing.

    Context is the key, but even though kids can't determine it on their own, *they do pick up what context you attach to the event*.

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  • mike_burck

    mike_burck

    March 10, 2015, 8:39 am

    Until now, this has only been between me and my girlfriend. My biggest fantasy is to get blown while watching jeopardy. It's not that I'm at all turned by Jeopardy, it's just that Jeopardy is the part of my life that's most removed from sexual activity.

    I love watching the show, but I hardly find people to watch it with me. I play basketball and softball from time to time, but my competitive juices reach their peak at 6:30pm monday-friday. Having someone felate me while I'm tuned into jeopardy would be the biggest win-win ever.

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  • knylok

    knylok

    March 11, 2015, 5:07 am

    self-checkout drives me batty. Every time I try to use it, to buy one or two items, some silly lady (and for some reason it's always a lady), over the age of 50 will be trying to ring 80-odd items through the self-checkout. She'll examine each one to locate the bar code. She'll swipe it, stop and stare at the read-out. She will read the read-out, slowly. Then she will place the item in a bag.

    I've left self-checkouts for things like this, gotten into a regular line and still beat the lady out the door. Drives me bananas, I tells ya.

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  • randomwolf

    randomwolf

    March 10, 2015, 3:27 pm

    Ok, then...what you originally said:

    > wow, it's profoundly stupid to store logs in the database.. whoever even came up with that module should have to sleep in a big pile of crap.

    I pointed out that there ARE valid reasons to do so. Your over-generalizations gave the impression that you are a twit. Not that you are actually a twit, per se, just sound like one. Well, I guess I used the term schmuck, but in this case they are somewhat interchangeable.

    You have proceeded to spend your time trying to prove you're right, because you're an amazing award winning programmer.

    As for superfluous data vs. critical data, in cases like AdSense the logs ARE the critical data. It's an OPTIONAL Drupal module. You can turn it off if you don't like. There's simply no need to be a complete douche towards the guy who thought it would be a nifty idea, and spent his time writing the module--or towards those that approved it as part of the Drupal core.

    I'm talking to a wall.

    Go play in your small little world.

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  • jawz101

    jawz101

    March 11, 2015, 9:15 am

    2600 is more like geek smut.

    Table of Contents

    Go through a magazine & tell me you actually learned something & don't reach any of these topics: 'The Grid', 'Big Brother', 'Ma Bell', some description of an ATM machine, Best Buy or Walmart cash register's machine bootup sequence or how to mess with your high school's IT department. I esp. love the ads in the back from prisoner's who want a penpal to talk about phone systems or you to send them technical manuals.

    I've bought a few year's worth of 2600 in the past but it's more for reading on the crapper.

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  • deong

    deong

    March 10, 2015, 7:20 am

    I'm not sure I'd agree with that assessment. To me, the most important bits of Clojure are lazy evaluation, strict functional nature, concurrency support, and the sequence abstraction. Of those, only the latter strikes me as being a direct attempt to rectify a deficiency in Common Lisp.

    It's hard to argue that one would start with the goal of fixing CL and arrive at a lazy language that eschews mutable state, has no object system or conditions, and builds something like STM, at this point a research topic more than a proven implementation strategy, into the core language.

    I think the biggest difference between Clojure and Scheme in this regard is not that there was a great difference in how they were designed, but more that there was a great difference in the tastes of their designers. Scheme simply has a different goal than Clojure. I think both languages hit their intended targets quite well. Clojure simply aims at being a slightly more "practical" language than Scheme, whose focus was more on academic purity.

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  • FadedReality

    FadedReality

    March 10, 2015, 7:39 am

    I used to think if you got close enough to the TV and looked at the edge that you'd be able to see what was happening over there.

    I used to tell my mom to touch my arm when it would fall asleep, convinced she'd be able to feel it tingling. When she said she couldn't I thought something was really wrong with me and she didn't want me to worry.

    I would get confused when my dad would say we were going to visit my grandma in Miami. I didn't know why we couldn't visit her in her own ami.

    I didn't realize a phone booth had a fone in it and wondered what a puh hone was.

    edit: Just thought of one more. Every time I would see "Est. 1920" below the name of a business I would shake my head that they could only estimate when the business was formed.

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  • Ruthlesswords

    Ruthlesswords

    March 10, 2015, 9:25 am

    Perhaps it was--the description sounds like my experience. There was a part of my mind that was still rational enough to trust that my feeling was probably just that--a feeling--and that it was associated with the concussion...but as the day progressed, the feeling became stronger and I became more hysterical and more inclined to believe that "the aliens want me to think that it's just a delusion." My thought patterns were annoyingly cyclical and every time I reached a rational frame of mind, a hysterical one was right on its heels. It wasn't until I took the ibuprofen that my delusions dissipated and I finally felt relief.

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  • Tusularah

    Tusularah

    March 10, 2015, 10:09 am

    Well, my prefect breakup was not a single event, so much as a several betrayals leading up to a brilliant crescendo of callousness.

    You see, it all started thirty years ago when I broke into Tiffany's at midnight. I didn’t go for the vault. No. I went for the chandelier; it was priceless. As I was taking it down, a woman caught me. She told me to stop. It was her father's business. She was Tiffany. I said no. We made love all night. In the morning the cops came and I escaped in one of their uniforms. I told her to meet me in Mexico but I went to Canada. I didn't trust her. Besides, I loved the cold. Last week I got a postcard. I have a son. And he's the Chief of Police. This is where the story gets interesting: I told Tiffany to meet me in Paris by the Trocadero. She'd been waiting for me all these years. She'd never taken another lover. I didn't care. I didn't show up. I went to Berlin. It's where I’d stashed the chandelier.

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  • scrunchcrunch

    scrunchcrunch

    March 11, 2015, 4:57 am

    Before you book a tour, buy a copy of lonely planet Japan, and figure out if you can do it yourself. Lonely Planet books are not as good as they used to be, but the big Japan one is brilliant.

    Tours are always going to be more expensive. Tours never compirmise on hotle rooms- they will always put you in boring safe 3 star, but still expensive hotels, and never let you explore the world of ryokans, bnbs, hostels, shared bathrooms etc. Remember, japan is the safest place in the world, so cheap is not "dangerous", but it is a hell of a lot more intersting.

    If you stick to honshu, a lack of japanese shouldn't be a problem if your are adaptable.

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  • ghibmmm

    ghibmmm

    March 10, 2015, 11:40 am

    Well, no, you didn't. The fact that some hierarchies are maintained by the violence of the state (government, monpolized industry) does not mean that all hierarchies are maintained by the violence of the state. We cannot know for certain it's viable without observing it in a truly noncoercive market, but we can make some pretty good inferences based on observations made before regulations took effect (the beginning of the 20th century would be the best opportunity). That it is necessary for somebody to direct the operation, and that that person is the only one capable of observing the roles others fulfill, and how well they fulfill, shows that position to be where such authority should be properly placed.

    The fact that medical cooperatives as such have completely failed in the market should indicate thet they are inherently less efficient.

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  • SandMdating

    SandMdating

    March 11, 2015, 3:34 am

    I had a similar situation where the girl in question met someone else, started cheating on me and when I started getting suspicious she made me feel like I was a completely insane, piece of shit, crazy person for even suspecting her of such a thing. After I'd apologized, felt like the worst person in the world, and gone out of my way to try to make up for my awfulness, she dumped me and started dating said person. Also convinced our mutual "friends" that the breakup was entirely my fault and had nothing to do with her new relationship. Since I had her up on a pedestal I couldn't see what was happening and didn't understand the full situation until much later. Blamed myself for a long, long time until a friend came forward, talked to me about what the ex had said and done and made it possible for me to put together the pieces and realize how badly I'd been manipulated and messed with.

    wrongontheinternet's advice is solid. Do not worry about dating. It took me a long time to recover from my own experience, and while I was recovering I ended up using the people I dated quite poorly. Recovering trust is very difficult and your negative emotions will affect any relationship you try to have. You need to get back on your feet emotionally and mentally first.

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  • Nopis10

    Nopis10

    March 10, 2015, 6:34 pm

    This is what the USA should be. Our founding fathers did not write the constitution for us to become the same as every other country in the world. We are a country of individuals. We posses our own liberties that are unique to this country. We sh...ould not go down the path that others have and rely on the government to solve our individual problems and instead look towards ourselves and our fellow man for help. I know this sounds impossible but if we end the government intervention in our free market then we will finally be able to shape the economy into something that will allow everyone to afford things that we complain about like health care and education. The government that we have now is not your friend. The health insurance reform bill that is trying to be pushed through the senate has over 485 billion in subsidies for health insurance companies. Our congressman will forever be on the side of who is giving them the most money and until lobbying is made illegal that person will not be you, the US citizen.

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  • HairyNipples

    HairyNipples

    March 10, 2015, 10:28 pm

    I find it really embarrassing, which is why I have never talked about it with anyone (other than my family so that they could help me get the laser treatment). Sometimes when I get a little lazy about it (aka too busy) I wonder if my boyfriend notices, but we've been together over a year and he's never said anything about it. I think it does affect my self esteem. It makes me self conscious about my arm hair, for example, which isn't any more coarse or plentiful than any other woman's is, but for some reason I've always had the urge to get rid of it to feel more feminine. I haven't yet, but I was actually just thinking about it this past weekend....

    I don't think the woman your friend dated was inconsiderate in leaving them natural. Plucking your tits hurts! Plus, if she was comfortable leaving them as they were, then great. If it bothered him a lot, but it was her preference to leave them be, then I think that's just a relationship mismatch. I would say they could have compromised, but in this case I feel like there is no compromise since it's either his way or her way.

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  • addmoreice

    addmoreice

    March 11, 2015, 6:21 am

    Yes! Dogmatic! My dogma is...um...i don't believe?

    Explain the difference between a dogmatic atheist and an atheist for me would you? (or the 'fundamentalist variety).

    This is a variant of the 'you are wrong, now shut up!' argument again.

    No, sorry this is the just the standard definition of atheism. It's what the word generaly means. I know, I know, it doesn't fit with your preconceived notions and ideas. Yes, I know it shoots down your 'argument' but sadly, that happens to be what the common definition is.

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  • foibly

    foibly

    March 10, 2015, 4:56 pm

    Ron White is a neanderthal. Bill Engvall and Jeff Foxworthy are OK, they're mostly pretty good-natured, but Ron White's act is just mean-spirited, misogynist and racist.

    Larry the Cable Guy may be the worst, simply because it's a character from start to finish. Larry the Cable Guy's real name is Daniel Lawrence Whitney, and he's from Nebraska. He has a degree from Baptist University of America in Georgia. The "Larry" character started in 1991, when he was working as a member of a morning "zoo crew" radio show. He's become a millionaire scamming money from rednecks who are too stupid to realize it's all an act.

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