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  • zyl0x

    zyl0x

    March 11, 2015, 9:30 am

    We have a representative democracy because a true democracy for a population this size would never work. It's not our fault that one person's voice will be drowned out by millions of others. Not all of us have 8 hours a day to organize and participate in letter-writing campaigns and protests every time we're concerned about something. That's why we elect someone to represent us in parliament. The problem is when everyone who offers to represent us are all the same, and none of them actually represent what we want. Or they say they represent us, but when they get into power, we find out that they really represent big business. It's corruption, plain and simple, and frankly, most of us are so tired of seeing it happen over and over again that we've become incredibly jaded with the whole voting process.

    Why bother?

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  • aGorilla

    aGorilla

    March 10, 2015, 1:54 pm

    You sound like you're at an age where he should be talking to you about it, and you should know at least the basics.

    Mind you, I'm much older than you (and a hell of a lot worse off), but my dad passed away three months ago, and transitioning everything, and paying for the funeral were not easy (my parents should have planned better).

    I guess I'm saying "anything can happen, at any time", and you should be able to step in and help take care of things - besides, you sound like you have your shit together, and better you, than some lawyer calling the shots.

    edit: ps: can I get a loan? I need some medical work done, and I'm still in the hole for 20k from my heart attack last year (mostly kidding).

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  • rebel

    rebel

    March 11, 2015, 12:20 am

    Yeah, it can be a bit funny at times. My current solution is to put Kind bars (walnut and date) in a basket on the counter in the kitchen. They are only 100cal, have sugar and protein balance, and I usually don't go any further although sometimes I down a number of them and they are 2 bucks a pop.

    Sometimes I sort of remember the events. It's like I am really confused but craving something and have no idea what I am doing. Like if you are really really drunk, almost, but no good feeling, just confusion.

    I really do have to keep everything dangerous away from the kitchen though. No cleaning supplies, only edible stuff. My specialist warns me that people die every year from this disorder by self poisoning. They really don't understand it either and have no treatment other than what I have done and bed restraints (which can't be used and shouldn't if you sleep alone.)

    Regarding kitchen habits: I am both you and your wife. Depends on what's going on and how big the meal is/how many dishes, and timing. I try to prep like they do on cooking shows with small bowls of pre-measured stuff and all ingredients prepped, then clean as I go. However, I usually trash the kitchen for t-day as the last 1/2 hour so much goes on (mashing potatoes, deglazing pan and making gravy, making cheese sauce or whatever, finishing the soup an getting it on the table et al.)

    If it were me, I'd probably be in the kitchen with my partner following behind cleaning up. :D

    Yeah, the lobstertail benedict is all about the rhythm. It's not hard if you are used to cooking. Somethings, like hollandaise and poaching of eggs, are beyond newer cooks.

    You are welcome to the recipes. If you ever make one of them, let me know how it turns out. I've been on here 3 years, I am not goin anywhere.

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  • ST2K

    ST2K

    March 11, 2015, 4:04 am

    No No No!

    There is no behavior so deeply ingrained in the human genome that it can't be civilized. Regulation, oversight and creating a culture of ethical behavior can and does make a big, big difference. Enlightened leadership can keep out the greedy sociopaths. Values are important, but they can be transmitted, shared & reinforced by enlightened governance.

    There is nothing in "human nature" that is so bad that we should simply abandon attempts to govern it and civilize it. And capitalism... really does push you closer to a culture that breeds corruption. Capitalism requires oversight & regulation otherwise it most definitely will breed corruption.

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  • snowball666

    snowball666

    March 10, 2015, 10:36 am

    The fan is loud, and makes a grinding sound when the laptop is tilted. (the Acer fan control mostly fixed that). I had the A101 model, the SSD was too slow, and the memory was low. A supper talent SSD and extra gig of ram fixed the speed issues.

    The only thing I couldn't fix myself was when the motherboard fried. Acer did replace it though.

    If I was going to buy a netbook again, I would get one with a 10" screen at least 1GB ram and a regular hard drive, or faster SSD.

    This is my personal experience, YMMV.

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  • PapaTua

    PapaTua

    March 11, 2015, 6:06 am

    So, how did it go for you Saturday?

    haha, chewing on a container thinking there wont be much in it is a total amateur mistake. Acid is active in incredibly small amounts...in my circle chewing the container was always a privilege because it usually is a really heavy dose. :P

    Did your friend's bad experience put you in a less then good space? There is no reason his combination would cause nosebleeds. My guess is he fell down without realizing it and bashed his nose.

    Alcohol and acid is retarded combination. there isn't any toxicity issues, but it's just a pointless headspace. You're in this place of extremely altered perceptions AND you loose coordination and your ability to process the experience slows down. It makes the trip dark and murky. On top of it, the acid tends to mask the effects of alcohol so you don't feel like you're getting drunk so people will drink way more then they should. They may not feel it, but they ARE getting drunk and sloppy. It's just a mess.

    Pot on the other hand can go really well...it tends to ramp up visuals and take you into a more trippy space. It also seems to revitalize a post-plateau trip and mellow you out at the same time, which is nice. Since it just elevates whatever the acid is doing to you, It can make a bad trip worse though, so use with caution. But if you're having a great trip, weed should just enhance that.

    Mixing acid can be tricky but also fun if you're smart about it. There really aren't many toxicity issues to consider, so it's more a matter of matching headspaces. Now that you know what acid is like you can pair it with other things that you think might match. Acid + e (candyflipping) is probably my favorite paring. You get the e love space where you feel emotionally connected to everything and content and happy with life + cosmic trippy space roller coaster on top of it. It's the cosmic love connection.

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  • immerc

    immerc

    March 10, 2015, 6:08 pm

    Yes, I agree it's bad, but there are degrees of badness.

    People here seem to think that the guy woke up one morning, grabbed the newspaper and saw the headline "_________ arrested for sexually assaulting kids!", then killed himself because of the shame. In fact, he was arrested for a very similar crime, though one not quite as bad.

    It's clear she's assuming he's guilty, with no basis in that assumption other than the faith that the police wouldn't have arrested an innocent man. But again, there are degrees of badness.

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  • mariox19

    mariox19

    March 10, 2015, 9:43 pm

    There are run of the mill sicknesses and accidents. What is run of the mill and what is more than that is, of course, debatable. But the point is that the only way to not overpay when it comes to insurance is to file a claim and collect; and, traditionally, most things for which you would buy insurance are things you would never want to collect on.

    Everybody, however, can expect to get a cough or cold -- or bronchitis -- or a "24-hour" virus -- or a whole host of illnesses. Bumps and scrapes, too, are par for the course on planet Earth. I'll drop a broken limb, for the sake of argument, but I'm not dropping pregnancy (though I'll admit complications of pregnancy).

    I *seriously* doubt Hayek was advocating that some kind of social program pay for these non-insurable near certainties. However, most proponents of health care reform advocate government payment for these kinds of things. That's what people mean by universal health care. Again, if this is what Hayek was for, someone needs to demonstrate this.

    As to "any concentration of power" being his thesis: I remember reading *The Road to Serfdom,* and I do not remember that being a part of it. His thesis in that book is that intervention in the economy disrupts economic activity, and if intervention is considered the cure for economic ills, then the economy will spiral downward in a cycle of intervention-disruption-intervention, ending in total government control of the economy, and by extension, of people's lives.

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  • SolInvictus

    SolInvictus

    March 10, 2015, 10:36 pm

    Well, that's kind of debatable. A feminist friend of mine liked her very much (I know, that sounds like an argument from authority. Rest assured, that's not where I'm going with this), while I've heard worse things from others, especially when she's described as a "cheerleader".

    To be fair she's a lot more useful than Barney or any of the other supporting characters and you don't have to babysit her in combat, either. Plus she's the only one who can open doors and climb into enclosed spaces smaller than the usual vents you crawl into, so it's not as if she's only depending on Gordon to save the day. He needs her as much as she needs him, and I think that's pretty cool.

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  • kracker550

    kracker550

    March 11, 2015, 9:36 am

    Shahrukh Khan felt anxious about wife Gauri

    Fans call him King of Bollywood. He is no vagueness a megastar and has huge fans ensuing all greater than the earth. No girl would say no if he proposes. Amazingly, this superstar felt so hesitant of physically regarding his wife at one closing stages of time. We are beautiful on the subject matter of Shahrukh Khan.Shahrukh open on Farah Khan’s Tere Mere Beach Mein with the intention of he felt so unselfconfident on the subject of his association at the same time as he was dating Gauri Khan, so to a large extent so that he didn’t flat like her to slacken off her hair.

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  • chilledmonkeybrains

    chilledmonkeybrains

    March 10, 2015, 8:39 am

    I was a toll collector for 2 consecutive summers on what was then the Connecticut Turnpike, at a wage of $1.85 an hour (which turned a few heads among job-hungry college students in 1972) and all the monoxide you could ever want. You'd think boredom would be the worst part, but it was nothing compared to the lessons offered about the American motoring public. Cars routinely overheated or collapsed at the toll plaza. On 3 occasions, a camping trailer's axle disintegrated for no apparent reason. Parents let their kids deliver the coin, oblivious to the fact that half the brats had no clue what they were doing. Did you know it's acceptable to start out on a 5-state trip in an 14-year-old Chevy with $8 cash and no credit cards and then expect a free tow back to Virginia? Biblethumpers handed out screeds and lectured me on my evil earlobe-length hair. On weekend evenings every hour or so a pre-Guido type would breeze through in his white-vinyl-roofed Buick, appearing to be alone until quite close to the booth, when the girl who'd been fellating him would suddenly sit upright and try laughably to compose herself. And every few hours some lardass in a Lincoln would puff up his chest demanding to know how the state used his quarter or, even more cluelessly, "threatening" not to use this particular road anymore.

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  • jrockIMSA08

    jrockIMSA08

    March 10, 2015, 8:32 pm

    Nope, the boarding school was high school 5th grade is elementary/junior high (depending on the school district).

    Did you not get a "your body is changing" speech in 5th grade. It was probably something along the lines of, "Your body is changing, see jimmy the stick figure he gets an erection in class for no reason. Don't make fun of jimmy. He got an erection in the gym locker room. It doesn't mean he is gay. It's just that his body is going through changes that everyone's body will have to go through."

    That speech for girls is about how they are going to get periods, and then they are given laundry detergent. I can't think of a better way to tell them that their bodies are dirty.

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  • momoichigo

    momoichigo

    March 11, 2015, 3:24 am

    comfortable and enjoy are different. You can be comfortable making decisions but you may not enjoy them or want to make them.

    I'm comfortable with being told what to do at work by my superiors, it doesn't mean I like them. I treat those as the necessities of life. I don't enjoy performing on stage with the chance of failing, but I do them, because it's a part of my responsibilities as a musician.

    In order to have any success in your career, you have to be comfortable with making decisions. That does not speak to whether you would rather follow rules than make rules.

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  • strolls

    strolls

    March 11, 2015, 5:09 am

    Yes, but in effect it makes little difference, because decisions are still made by the majority party. There's really no discussion or debate or compromise as a result of the Lib-Dem seats.

    If we arrived in a situation whereby the government's majority was smaller than the number of seats held by the 3rd party (i.e. Labour had less than a 10% majority over the Tories) *then* it would make a difference.

    You mention that 40 3rd-party or independent members would make a pretty significant difference in how the House works, but that's because the current majority is only 37.

    Incidentally, how does it work with parties nominating members for election? Here voting at the poll booth is pretty much strictly along party lines - some wards are historically Labour, others Tory; some seats tend to swing between the two, and the Lib-Dems have made inroads in some areas, but basically one has no chance of election unless endorsed by a major party. Before standing as an MP for a party, the nominee is selected by a small committee of party faithful; therefore MPs risk losing their seat should they disagree with the position of the party leaders (irrespective of the wishes of their constituency or of how well they've done their job).

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  • realitysfringe

    realitysfringe

    March 10, 2015, 7:17 am

    It also made it easier to add much more unnecessary information. Field briefings are really short because no one wants to draw on the fucking whiteboard for an hour. MAJCOM/Office briefings are the ones that have slide after slide of information that's information about non-information.

    When you start using a slide to introduce a slide; that shit's gotten silly. **SILLY**.

    Can you believe one of my CO assessments indicated that my presentations were detailed and precise, but weren't long enough? I guess once I hit Captain I'll have all the conciseness sucked out of my body.

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  • rgladstein

    rgladstein

    March 10, 2015, 10:36 pm

    As does just about everyone I've ever met who had one black parent and one white. I'm not sure why that is -- maybe because most Americans of African descent have some white ancestors, maybe they find the black community to be more open to them, or maybe it's that one drop rule. I don't know.

    More people these days seem to use terms like "mixed parentage," "mixed ethnicity," "multi-ethnic" or even "mutt," (which I hear a lot more from people whose ancestry is diverse, but European)but in the past I've met plenty of people who told me that even though one of their parents was white, they considered themselves black.

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  • dmanwithnoname

    dmanwithnoname

    March 10, 2015, 10:13 am

    Part 2 -

    Partnerships should never be 50/50. I am GLAD I didn't make this mistake. Someone has to be the boss. When things get really bad someone has to be the guy to kick everyone in the butt and say, "we have work to do". When there is a 50/50 split of decisions there is always a showdown. There are some really awesome people out there who can make a 50/50 work. The thing to remember is you don't know for certain if your partner will be one of them. I strongly suggest that someone should have at least 1 percent more decision power when it comes to any situations where there could be a standstill. If it is your business idea and your money it should be you.

    Which brings us to the friendship thing. I had started my own business mainly for the reason that I strongly believe that bosses do not have to be assholes to get things done. And I still believe that. But there is a very fine line that you can walk with your business partner and employees. Your partner has to have the maturity to understand that when you disagree with a business decision they have made, IT IS BUSINESS. A different partner that I had didn't understand that. He took every nay vote, every criticism, every suggestion to change an idea as a personal attack. This was mindboggling to me and the hardest thing to understand. I found myself becoming a therapist and a shrink every time we had a meeting. Passion is good, but an ability control that passion is critical. Otherwise it is like breaking up with someone every time you don't agree. And when the business is struggling there are a lot of those times. This explanation above is the reason why I no longer invest in an idea with good friends. When you hang out and party with someone a lot sometimes thats all they see your time as and have a hard time separating business and pleasure.

    Don't forget contracts. Everything needs to be in writing. If there is a falling out with you and your partner this is your only recourse. Your only defense. Your contracts should clearly state your roles, what is expected of each partner, what will happen if they stop showing up one day, and your rights if there is a legal dispute. It sucks talking about these things but if you don't take care of it in the beginning and protect yourself and your business you can find yourself in a long drawn out legal battle. You should consider all the silly things that seem trivial and put in writing what you would expect form everyone if it happened. You should consider the worst that could happen and put it in writing what you expect if it did happen. Even something as far off as a partners death (What if their spouse expects to take over their share of the work and he/she has no idea what to do) or a drug addiction (it does happen) should be addressed. Contracts are a business partnerships best friend and lawyers make millions off the people who forget them. They also charge millions to write them, but it stings less when they are on your side of the table. I personally wrote up all my own contracts with legal documents online. In some states this is enough. In some cases telling someone they signed a legally binding document is enough to make them think they have no other option.

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  • CaspianX2

    CaspianX2

    March 11, 2015, 2:57 am

    1. Just what types of cons did you run? (Please explain for those of us not in-the-know)

    2. Funniest story?

    3. You ever call off a con because you didn't want to hurt the mark?

    4. You ever con someone to get revenge?

    5. Did you run an honest business while working cons? What'd you put on your tax returns?

    6. What's the most difficult con you've pulled off?

    7. What's the easiest money you ever made (in terms of investment/return)?

    8. Ever get caught?

    9. What's the closest you ever came to getting caught where you maned to get away clean?

    10. How'd you learn how to con people?

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  • illkurok

    illkurok

    March 11, 2015, 7:58 am

    I'd say go with the 2000 over the 3000 unless you really want a color that's only available for the 3000's.

    * The 2000's have a possibility of hacking so you can run your own programs.

    * The screen really isn't much better at all, not like going from a DS to a DS lite.

    Honestly I'd say just get a used 1000. The only thing you'll be missing out on is being able to use skype from your psp and little things like that.

    edit: I can never get the damn bullets working on reddit.

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  • Law_Student

    Law_Student

    March 10, 2015, 9:08 am

    May I humbly suggest that, while your loyalty is admirable, that particular ship isn't coming home? It's been a long time since the Republican party hasn't stood for policies of massive defense spending and pushing religiously-founded social views. Ever since the defeat of Goldwater, unfortunately; that seems to have been a critical fork in the road for the party, and it chose the other route.

    I'm a flamingly liberal democrat, but I sympathize with fiscal conservatism; I think there are times when such an economic policy is appropriate, and I think there are some categories of spending we now engage in that can and should be tossed.

    That's why I think America would be so much better if you guys got seriously organized. Continuing to support a Republican party that doesn't represent your views in the least (although occasionally says they do just for the votes, while the track record differs horrifically) doesn't help you, or the country. I hope you guys can either flex serious muscle within the Republican party to change its course like the evangelicals did in the 80s, give up on them and do your work as moderate democrats, or break off entirely and form a successful centrist party. (the last being extremely difficult the way the U.S. election system is set up, unfortunately)

    Edit- Whatever fiscal conservatives do, there isn't going to be any better opportunity than right now, with the social conservatives currently in disarray and lacking a cogent source of ideas.

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  • JayDogSqueezy

    JayDogSqueezy

    March 10, 2015, 5:26 pm

    Nope, and I feel kind of guilty about it. Little secret: not everybody needs to floss every day. Flossing does two things: clears out plaque between your teeth to prevent decay in that susceptible area, and moves plaque and debris away from the area where your gums and teeth meet to help prevent gum disease.

    If you have a very low decay rate, and no evidence of gum disease, flossing is not critical. If you do get lots of cavities and/or have bleeding gums or loss of the bone around your teeth (periodontal disease), flossing is probably the easiest and cheapest thing you can do to keep your mouth healthy.

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  • doodlebugger

    doodlebugger

    March 11, 2015, 9:29 am

    I would say that you don't know Jack but since you seem to be Jack that's probably a bad assumption.

    Great post Jack.

    We take someone into custody, probably based on a revenge tip from a rival clan member. We hold the man in custody in a foreign country for years with no charges detailed against him other than the thinly supported allegations originally made.

    You reap what you sow and thanks to BushCo we are assured of a bumper crop of haters.

    Turn him loose in Afghanistan and let him go about his business even if that means that he goes on the warpath against us. It wouldn't be the first time we turned an ally into an enemy nor will it be the last. Two notable cases come to mind: Apaches, Ho-Chi-Minh. At least if he is caught again we will have a valid reason to detain him.

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  • paulhan

    paulhan

    March 10, 2015, 7:02 pm

    It's kind of neat. We cut down trees and break that down to paper, cardboard and furniture, which we then use. Then once we've gotten the use out of it, we then break it down further into biofuel and use it to power our cars. That gets released into the atmosphere to fuel the growing of more trees. I can buy into that.

    Unfortunately, it was light on the details of breaking down the waste into biofuels. I know there was research done and a particular bacteria found that would do it, but that was five years ago, and I haven't heard anything since. Anybody else got any details?

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  • kleinbl00

    kleinbl00

    March 10, 2015, 7:07 am

    I don't disagree with a single word you've written. However, the source of all this grief is a man talking *exclusively* about sex. It has, predictably, mushroomed into the fundamental difficulties of gender - when, in fact, the expectations of sex - outside of the first few times with a new partner - are governed overwhelmingly by the individual, not the society.

    The poster hasn't gotten laid in a long time. With his attitude, that's not likely to change soon. Saydrah's blossoming that out into hair, makeup and workplace behavior, however, is fallacious.

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  • bcisme

    bcisme

    March 10, 2015, 12:19 pm

    >The hype behind le Arse is unreal.

    Hype? What hype? They are the third most valuable club in the world...

    >Theo fucking Walcott? The kid has done fuck all and he is on the cover of FIFA 2010?

    Jozy Altidore and Ochoa were on the cover for the US version a few years ago. It is called marketing. Theo is young and talented, so it makes sense. As for him doing "fuck all", he has scored a hat trick for England in a huge WC qualifier, he scored in the CC final against Chelsea, he has scored in the Champion's League, and he has scored goals in the EPL...and he is 20 years old. Can you name another 20 year old with that kind of stat sheet that isn't named Messi or Rooney?

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  • geoman69

    geoman69

    March 10, 2015, 8:43 am

    >To put it bluntly - you do not assume guilt in the Canadian justice system. Ever. Even if the accused is dead. She didn't just assume guilt, she post-humously crucified the man, without evidence and without a shred of remorse.

    Yep, but she isn't part of the justice system, neither are we. He is innocent in the eyes of the law because he chose to lay in front of a train instead of facing the charges.

    Doesn't mean he didn't commit the crime, IMO it's likely that he did.

    Let's take your logic further:

    Dylan Kleibold & Eric Harris --- innocent

    9/11 Bombers --- innocent

    Cho Seung-Hui --- innocent.

    etc.

    After all, we don't assume guilt. Ever. Even if the accused is dead.

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  • IConrad

    IConrad

    March 10, 2015, 11:45 pm

    That's absolutely not true. I paired and used three different bluetooth devices with my phone under 4.1.11.1. Just the one with my girlfriend's under the same ROM (but she rolled back on her own because she wanted a "Stable" release after hearing about the issues I was having. Mind you, my issues were because my FAT32 partition got corrupted due to a power interruption. Which I fixed.)

    Two different phones, four different bluetooth devices; no problems. Meanwhile, with 4.1.99, I've wiped, re-flashed, re-installed, completely reformatted the microSD card, and re-flashed the Radio *and* SPL. The ROM is incapable of forming connections. The same is **not** true of 4.1.11.1.

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  • hylje

    hylje

    March 10, 2015, 11:50 am

    The idea of PRT is combining the capacity of an elevator with the infrastructure costs of an automated rail system.

    PRT can't mix with other traffic due to autopilot deficiencies. This means expensive stations, expensive tunnels and expensive flyovers. If it could, why not just make automated buses and trams?

    PRT still doesn't do away with stations. You still have to walk to the nearest station. Walking is the slowest part of any trip. If you have to walk to a station, why not just walk to a bus stop?

    PRT vehicles are small. Car small. There's a lot of hardware moving a few people, at best. The wheels, engines, safety features and autopilot hardware add up.

    For the time being PRT is also slow. Doesn't take much to make a bus line that stops in every stop and is still faster.

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  • chameche

    chameche

    March 10, 2015, 10:53 am

    I almost gave up on that level too, it's tough to figure out but it's possible. I'll walk you through it, but first let me warn other people who dont want to read this.

    LEVEL 15 SPOILER:

    [spoiler](/s"You need to get the two plows to pass each other, so what you do is you drop the wedge down. let plow on the right go then the left. remove the third barrier that blocks the plows from the big block, but do not remove the wedge; you'll need it to keep you away from the plows. now both plows should run into the block and push it into the star. eventually the block will push past the star and the star will swing and knock your guy off his ledge. at this point make sure you have clicked the right circle so that the long platform is at and angle that will knock him into the fire. the wedge should have fallen behind the plows at this point blocking you from running into them and stopped you right in the fire.")

    Edit: cool new spoiler technology

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  • baltar2009

    baltar2009

    March 10, 2015, 4:33 pm

    > This is getting ridiculous, the whole purpose of the video in question and from what I can see in your remark is that atheists are attempting to victimise themselves.

    My life experience was what it was. Obviously you haven't lived in 'The Bible Belt' USA.

    > I find this ironic, because comments made to me by atheists have been vile in a manner that if a member of another religion had made them they would be considered sectarian remarks,

    So you say. The only evidence I've seen so far is that you appear to be upset that atheism exists.

    > But we don't whine about it and attempt to victimise ourselves to a point where political correctness will shelter us, we get on with it.

    Go fuck yourself. Noone should just have to accept living in silence.

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