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  • bluequail


    March 10, 2015, 10:22 pm

    Colleges in the US usually have some kind of insurance that the kids can opt in to. At least when I was picking up some classes a while back, it was all over the college that I was picking up the classes.

    I have stated several times what I think would be a good system, and and I am not going to bother with it here. This wasn't a thread about what is a better way to do it - it was a thread where some asshole wanted to gloat. I can promise that neither you nor the person who started this thread is who implemented the health care system in place there. You are merely recipients of it, like we are recipients of the health care system in place here.


  • NoMoreNicksLeft


    March 10, 2015, 2:49 pm

    No, I haven't read it. In its fictional scenario, I can't speculate on how things played out.

    In the real world, corporations and companies would loathe the idea of there being fewer regulations. Regulations are what give them power. They only want the wording changed so that it favors them more, they don't want *deregulation*, they want *misregulation*.

    If any dreamt that it might be possible for things to be (largely or totally) deregulated, corporate lawyers would lie awake at night shivering with fright.


  • huginn


    March 11, 2015, 5:43 am

    DPW work. Street was dirty but the guys their were wonderful.

    But the DPW Park's division was hell. Picking up broken plastic bags stuffed to the gills with park garbage that had been sitting in the sun for up to a week. Being forced to whip and mow laws with equipment that was older than me. Dealing with ignorant, stuck in their ways assholes, Vietnam burn outs, alcoholics and a Neapolitan complex manager.

    The final straw came for me when I was told to clear brush in an overgrown park area. I was told their may be poison ivy in the area but given no protective gear even when I inquired (it was high 90's that day anyways)

    Returning from the ER the next day (lets just say it was in my eye and thensome...) I was given a slip from the supr that I was being written up for 'refusal of safety equipment'

    Even with all that said. I still say anyone who works blue collar needs to work like this for a summer once in their life.


  • ehempel


    March 10, 2015, 10:05 am

    kill vs murder -- is that a problem in the original text (or just a bad Hebrew->English translation)? If you are right, you should have a citation to back it up. I won't ignore facts. Show me.

    I've freely admitted that there are small textual differences, but I've asserted, with references (ending of Mark for example), that these do not cause any doctrinal differences. In the Mark example, the difference is that the Resurrection is repeated 3 times instead of 4. Come on, show me a real problem (and give a real references for a change)!


  • smpx


    March 11, 2015, 7:34 am

    >does that make him a symbol of post civil rights African American empowerment?

    Hardly, but his choice would-- the fact that we've come to the point that a black man has freedom, and even the personal choice to give up those freedoms, says quite a lot. I doubt he would be very popular, since most people still live in fear of being judged, but I would applaud that courage.

    I think that a women should be given the choice to decide how to live her life. If she wants to run for office, I would be appalled if she was not given the opportunity. If she wants to be a firefighter, I would stand behind her and cheer. If she wants to be a housewife, I would defend her from the naysayers who judge her decisions.

    The OP's lifestyle choice is perhaps unconventional (oh the irony), it certainly is rare, but it's a movement in the sexual liberation of our generation that is worth looking at. Their lifestyle is still a largely socially ostracized, stigmatized one, where people still relate it to leather, whips, and possible abuse. I'd like to think that as a society, we are mature enough to see through those stigmas and recognize a person's courage to make a choice against the status quo.


  • some_guy_on_drugs


    March 10, 2015, 1:42 pm

    when it comes to companies that actually make a physical product, the company that builds computers or cars can invest profit into designing a better offering. The profit can go into R&D to develop something better than the competition and they will see an increase in sales because what they offer is better. Insurance companies have no physical product and in most states have NO competition. They have no drive to offer a better product as that would require them spending more of their money on services to their policy holders. Their only incentive is to reduce benefits, deny claims turning policy $$ into pure profit, and with customers having no where else to go they are the ones that suffer. And the driving force behind this need is their investors on wall street demanding a certain profit percentage and just pure unadulterated greed on the part of CEO's and execs who are making multimillion dollar a year salaries. This is why we need a non profit health insurance company that can compete in all state markets, forcing these for profit company to try and keep their customers through a better service instead of a state wide monopoly. Too much of they money being spent on health insurance is not going to health care and its why we spend more $ per person than any other country, including those that have universal health care for all its citizens.. we are being robbed blind and left for dead....and they laugh all the way to the bank.

    edit: spelling


  • blackstar9000


    March 11, 2015, 5:48 am

    I'd like to start some sort of regular publication that covers and encourages participation in politics at the local level. The way the U.S. government is structured, a lot of the decisions that effect the citizen the most (including the votes of the electoral college) start at the level closest to the citizen, and "trickle up", so to speak. Yet, people seem, on the whole, disengaged from local politics, and tend to really only mobilize when the election deals with higher profile elections, like that for the presidency. My theory is that the political quagmire would be easier to sort out of we gave people a progressive education in the structure of democratic power and provided a clearinghouse for information about political candidates targeting that "trickle up" structure.


  • cogitofire


    March 10, 2015, 7:30 am

    The plastic top has also come off of a bottle that I had. We decided to get my dad to try the stuff on a cracker so he put a few drops on it and went to town. Milk, beer, and bread cooled him off a little bit and after he came down from the pain high, he went to go pee.

    Unknown to me, the last time I had used the bottle, some of the sauce had run down the side of the bottle. When my dad used the bottle he got some of the sauce on his hands.

    I had never seen anyone pour beer down their pants but my dad went crazy trying to find some relief from the pain associated with getting Insanity sauce on your dick. He will still not touch the bottle to this day, no matter how clean I claim it is.


  • JayDogSqueezy


    March 11, 2015, 3:31 am

    That depends on the adult. Six months is actually arbitrary, and has historical context: most original dental plans would only pay for cleanings twice a year, so that's how often dentists would recommend visits.

    That being said, six months is usual an appropriate recall for an adult. It's enough time to catch problems before they become big issues, and to get the normal amount of debris off before it becomes unmanageable. For patients with moderate gum disease, we actively put them on a 3 month recall. People with excellent teeth may only need once a year.

    Kinda like seeing a doctor: the guy with diabetes and a heart condition probably needs to be checked more frequently than the healthy 25 year old.


  • Piyh


    March 10, 2015, 3:13 pm

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    503 Service Unavailable

    We are negotiating the end of some industrial action by the Everything Hamsters but they drive a tough bargain. Please wait a few minutes while we apply a stimulus package and try again.

    If the error persists for more than a few minutes, you can share in our misery or get more information on the IRC channel that our techs are often found on (also available by pointing an IRC client to, channel #everything2).


  • easternguy


    March 10, 2015, 4:52 pm

    It's not JavaScript, it's *JAVA*. That asks for the security level of "unrestricted access to your computer."

    You'd be just as smart to download and run every .EXE that's mailed to you in spam.

    Not saying it's definitely virus or trojan-related, but there's no reason a video applet requires that level of permission; Java has fine-grained permissions, they could have asked for just what they needed to do the video thing, not "unrestricted access."

    Watch out. (Plus, there have been reports of people's PC's getting trojaned by it.)


  • Rubuler


    March 10, 2015, 2:50 pm

    I'm aware of all that crap and I'm sure plenty of other people here are also, you may be surprised to find out that other people can read and watch documentaries too. Funny how you went on a self-righteous rant about WWII but didnt bother to mention Russia's 23million lost, the real tragedy of the war. What's your agenda anyway asswipe?

    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. Just because one story is suspect doesnt mean the other story true. Oh I just accidently your whole brain with that one huh?


  • doctorgonzo


    March 10, 2015, 9:15 pm

    If the train isn't working for you now, why would PRT? Or, in other words, why would they build PRT infrastructure to places where train infrastructure doesn't already exist?

    The solution in your case would be to improve point-to-point bus service by adding onto the existing radial bus services that most cities have. Toss a few billion dollars towards increasing bus service, which is what even a small PRT system would cost given its dense infrastructure requirements, and you would see real results.

    And it's not that "Republicans like it" is the argument against it, it is that "Republicans like it because they can support it under the guise of supporting mass transit while defunding buses, which they hate."


  • jbert


    March 10, 2015, 6:01 pm

    My full point (apologies for not elaborating it earlier) is precisely that - you standardise a "representative" set of running conditions and measure battery life against that. That then becomes an objective measure.

    That isn't a entirely trivial exercise, but you could easily have some known profiles:

    - maximum (as now)

    - idle (as now, but without wifi etc disabled)

    - dvd (playing a known-dvd start to finish, no devices disabled)


    and then either provide all info or just give a weighted average. It's the same idea (and has the same weaknesses) as any synthetic benchmark. In particular, people will find ways to game it, so you will want a yearly revision number in there too.

    It's not perfect, but the numbers would then be reproducible. And printing fraudulent numbers would then be false advertising.


  • jdvolz


    March 10, 2015, 11:19 am

    It's not always in what you say, but how you say it. A couple examples:

    In high school, my two friends and I were at the movies. Three guys from our class were sitting a couple rows back, and they started throwing crap at us. After a couple of things got thrown, I went back there. "Stop throwing crap at us, or I'm going to come back here and hold you *points finger at arbitrary guy* responsible". They didn't get the message and started throwing stuff again. I went back there and lifted the guy who I had picked out of his seat held him up to my face and said "Stop it" in a stern voice, then threw him back in his chair. Problem solved.

    One time, to prevent a fight between myself and another guy at a party (he might have been drinking) I told a guy in a serious voice while looking into his eyes "I'm going to hurt you." Problem solved.

    I'm also fond of:

    * I'm going to tear off your arms and beat you to death with them

    * How are you going to pick up your teeth with broken fingers?


  • grumpypants_mcnallen


    March 11, 2015, 3:21 am

    In my experience day 2 will never come. Multitools often do alot of things badly, but not anything specific really well.

    Just look at the current software eco system and you will find a multitude of programs that specialize into being best at some niche thing.

    Just because VLC also does sound, I won't stop using winamp as my main music player.

    All browsers have RSS readers, but I think most people have a specialized program or use something like google reader.

    You can actually re-encode music using the soundrec program, but I don't think anybody ever does that.

    The examples are endless...


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