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  • scrodar

    scrodar

    March 10, 2015, 3:36 pm

    Wow, talk about using charged language. Next time, please try to stay more neutral so that you don't slant the dialogue too much.

    > It seems every time there is election talk the papers all run a story about how no one wants to vote. Vancouver has Byelection Burnout. Toronto thinks a Fall election would be irresponsible.

    >

    > My question: Is getting the afternoon off and having to spend all of 20 minutes walking to the local elementary school and voting really so difficult that Canadians don't want to vote anymore? Or is Canadians media trying to convince us that we hate to vote? Using statistics generated by polling just 0.006% of the population they would like to convince you that 73 per cent of Canadians said an election is not needed this fall.

    >

    > Will this be next years headline?: Canadians say 'Screw elections, lets just appoint an emperor, then we never have to vote again!'

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  • Sailer

    Sailer

    March 10, 2015, 3:29 pm

    A couple of years ago in Canada a crazy man cut off the head of the man sitting beside him. It was a senseless, brutal act by a man who was obviously insane. In real life stuff like this happens, and we can be glad that it's quite rare. Still, it can happen.

    The difference here, however, is that the Jerusalem Post reports this incident within the framework of 'Palestinian' / 'Israeli' so it's guaranteed to be accepted by most readers as having to do not with a mere violent act, but as an incident that has everything in the world to do with one being Palestinian and the other being Israeli. It will become a justification by the Israelis for their continued persecution of all Palestinians as well as retribution, and that will be a far worse crime than the violence involved in the incident itself.

    Mike Seth has begun it here. He and Jewcifer hope that this can be all about the ethnicity of the boy with the knife and the policeman. They don't want it to be a mere incident. They want it to be a justification for everything Israel has ever done and ever wants to do in its quest to seize and control all of the land in the Middle East.

    For them it is obviously a great opportunity to promote the apartheid Israeli state. Anybody who doesn't agree with their view of things will, of course, be reviled, ridiculed and mocked. Watch below!

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  • khmr33

    khmr33

    March 10, 2015, 11:33 pm

    The memory problems could have been addressed over time if Microsoft had not prevented Valve from giving updates away for free. Part of the PC updates were new achievements... under no circumstances can a 360 developer add new Gamerscore for free.

    Valve, forced to come up with a package of content worth ten or twenty bucks, now has so much to change it can't all fit.

    I don't see the 360 patch ever happening. Perhaps with and updated source engine, they could redo the whole game from the ground up. Now though, it's diminishing returns.

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  • twilightmoons

    twilightmoons

    March 10, 2015, 10:01 am

    Repost from another thread:

    I'm a light sleeper, and the slightest noise or change in air temperature can wake me up. When I still lived there, I worked as a web developer, with my computer and equipment in my room.

    Anyway... One night, I really needed to get up early to work on a project. I set the alarm on my computer to wake me up at 3am with music over the speakers. I faced my desk, so it was easy to see the blinkenlights on everything.

    The first incident went like this: At 2:58, I wake up. I rarely beat the clock this early. What woke me up was the sound of keystrokes on my computer. About four or five rather loud clicks. I opened my eyes and looked down to see a black shadow blocking out the lights from my equipment, move from right to left towards the door, and then just dissolve away.

    Funny things is, I wasn't scared, just very angry. I am not a horror fan, I don't enjoy slasher movies, and other "scary" stuff. I don't really like ghost stories, and just the thought of seeing a ghost give me goosebumps. This thing just annoyed me, but I was never frightened of it... Don't really know why.

    I did the usual - I asked if my parents or grandparents had been in my room the night before. No one else had been there but me and my "shadow."

    A few months after that, this happened:

    I took mom's car out to buy gas for her. She goes to work at 4am, and doesn't like to buy gas then. I left home at about 9:30pm for the gas station, only about a mile away. I started to pump the gas, and left it going using the "lock" while I went to check the tires on the other side of the car. I didn't get that far - my neck hairs stood up, and I glanced back at the pump handle. While I was watching, the handle returned to the "off" position. It didn't do to vapor-capture "pop" and stay up - the handle was actually in the "off" position, still sitting in the gas intake.

    I felt weird, but I finished pumping, and stood back while it kept going, watching to see it again, but it didn't.

    I paid for the gas, and started to I pull out of the station. There was a large Suburban that was heading out in front of me. It turned into traffic, and I was about to follow it when I heard a voice directly behind me say, "Hey, now!" but slightly muffled. I was just about to move when it did, and I stopped, thinking there was someone in the back seat. I broke out in the cold sweats right then.

    I looked back, but there was no one there in the car with me. I looked around the car to see if someone was there, but being nearly 10pm, there was no one around the car. At the gas station, there was still a woman at the station pumping gas, and the attendant was in his booth. The attendant was a young black guy, but the voice I heard was from a older white man... it sounded like a mild Texas drawl. I looked around the car for a few seconds, but there wasn't anyone else anywhere nearby. I paused for a few seconds, but seeing nothing, I went on...

    Still sweating, I got on the road, and went on to the next intersection. Usually, I'd have checked to see if anyone was coming, and then made a quick U-turn and gone on - as I pulled into the turn lane for a U-turn I hit the brakes instead. As soon as I did, two cars, a Mustang and an Eclipse, came over the blind hill racing. I think if I had been going at my normal speed, I'd have been hit by one or the other... or both. I waited for almost a minute at that intersection, and then slowly drove back home.

    I've seen it a few other times:

    * While getting a drink from the kitchen, I saw a shadow dart out of my room and down a fully-lit short hall to the garage. All I saw was a three-foot tall shape, a torso and two legs, like a midget. No kids in the house...

    * While working on a project late at night, I felt like something was watching me, so I turned around and saw a shadow on the wall fade away. Yeah, it could have been a trick of my eyes, but the light from a lamp was shining on that area of the wall.

    * While suffering a night of insomnia from work-related stress, I was laying in bed, bored. By the bathroom door, I swear I saw a pair of disembodied dimly glowing green eyes open, take a look around, do a double-take as if they just noticed I was there (and wasn't supposed to be), blink twice, then close and disappear. It took all of about two or three seconds, and I bolted right out of bed once I was over the surprise. NOT something that's conducive to a good night's sleep.

    * My younger brother, while back from college during the holiday break, had something wake him up at 4am and "scan" him. He said he felt a tingling sensation start on the left side of his body, move slowly to his right side, and back again. He looked up, and saw a shadow blocking the lights from across the street just before it faded away. I had not told him anything about what I had seen. He came to me and told me about it, ending with "What the hell was that?" I think it annoyed both of us, but neither of us were frightened of it.

    * We had "odor balls" in the house before. It's a region about a foot in diameter that smells like old tobacco - kind of musty, spoiled smell. The thing is, it's a localized smell in the middle of the room. If you put your nose in it, you can smell it, but move it out an inch or two, and the smell as gone. They also move - my brother found one in his room, called me to find out where it was coming from, and we ended up using a stepladder to find out how big it was. When it started to move, mom came in and wanted to know what we were doing. Didn't really want to explain and freak her out, but she did smell the area of effect and noticed it. We tracked it out into the hall, but it disappeared.

    * Smaller, spider-like shadows that would scurry around, up the walls, into the ceiling. Never did anything, just really fast motion, sometimes out the corner of the eye, sometimes right in front of you.

    Weird power issues one night. Within about an hour, three unusual things happened:

    1. From about 9:45 to 10pm, we received three calls, each with only one ring, all hanging up when the phone was picked up. The caller ID just had "no data sent."

    2. The police show up at the front door about 15 minutes after that. They said that a 911 call had been made from our address, but that the caller had hung up. No one was even on the phone for the past hour - we had DSL, so no one uses a modem.

    3. The gate to the back ally is electric and swings inwards towards the garage in the rear. It was opening and closing by itself. As soon as it would shut, it would open back up again. I had to manually force the gate into a "stop" position to get it to stop moving and then unplug the battery.

    Mom noticed the gate opening when she was taking out the garbage, at about 10:30pm. In light of the other stuff that had happened, she made the comment, "What's going on? Do you think it could be ghosts?"

    I didn't really want to let her know about the other stuff that had happened, and so I just said, "Wouldn't be the first time." She didn't like that reply, but I wouldn't say anything else.

    After those power outage issues that were isolated to our house, I had some out-of-town friends over for a few hours. We were talking about the weird stuff that had been going on, including the shadows and odor balls. Jokingly, I said out loud something to effect of, "Cut this shit out! It's fucking annoying!" The power cut out while we were all laughing. Needless to say, it was a short visit for them - they didn't want to stick around much after that.

    One of the previous owners in our current house died in our bathroom. According to the neighbor who found him and ID'ed him with the police, his wife left him, and he started drinking a lot. A few years after she left, he slipped and fell into the sunken marble bathtub, hit his head, and bled out everywhere. They found his body after a few days when he wasn't answering the door. Yeah, we changed out that tub and all the carpet.

    We haven't had anything weird happen in this house, though. No weird feelings, no odor balls, shadows, or glowing green eyes. I'm fine with them, just annoyed. My wife is NOT fine with them, and is quite happy we don't have any former occupants sticking around past their sell-by date.

    Edit: I found some old notes I took from the first incident and soon afterward. I had forgotten about them until I went looking again.

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  • Kardlonoc

    Kardlonoc

    March 10, 2015, 7:24 am

    Should a flat chested girls breast be considered sexual? In the end we as a society judge how sexual breasts and in many places of the world they are less taboo than in America. But in either case atheistically the chest is not bad to look at, in fact its very good looking on any fit individual.

    How where you piss ,shit and have sex from is far less aesthetically pleasing and gives off odors. I think the ancestors of yesteryear realized this. Im sure any modern man would love to live in a nude society were he can see girls vagina's all the time, but that's only because such a thing was hidden away like valuable commodity and gazing upon such a sight is worth its weight in gold. However it wouldn't be the case growing up where its the norm where people seen thousands of pussies and dicks, all the sexual excitement is gone. And because that's gone whats left is are parts piss and defecate from and nothing more.

    And thats why chests are fine but dicks, pussies and assholes are not.

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  • dasnein

    dasnein

    March 11, 2015, 5:06 am

    Dated a girl for a year and a half. She was a complete bitch and I was a bitch and didn't know how to stand up for myself. Finally I just snapped when she was pulling one of her "I'm going to scream and bitch at you and tell you to leave, but if you leave I will get pissed off because you don't care about me" fits, and I flicked her off, said fuck you, and walked out her door. I got into my car, locked my doors, and took my sweet ass time picking a song on my ipod while she stood screaming crying outside of my car banging on the windows. I then drove away as she ran after my car crying. Best day of my life.

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  • fdat

    fdat

    March 11, 2015, 6:46 am

    No I agree there are important gaps. I already asked the OP earlier to fill in more data about his friends experiences. When I referred to the same hallucination, I was referring to the hostel man's knowing question. Even that is vague, but the story was long enough so I'm giving the OP some leeway on that one. And inferring from that for the sake of argument.

    We do have to be careful what requirements we place on the actual hallucination. I didn't mean to imply that having the same vision is proof of anything or that not having it is proof of anything. To our way of thinking, it would add credibility. But again, our way of thinking is largely based (rightly or wrongly) on "If one person sees something and others do too, they are all normal. If one person sees something and others don't he is crazy."

    I probably should have said "very legitimate theory" instead of "very legitimate conclusion". I didn't mean to imply the story alone concludes anything.

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  • RelAdvisor

    RelAdvisor

    March 11, 2015, 8:36 am

    I get all sorts of peoples from geeks to jocks, hipsters to fraternity boys. They are mostly people who are fairly socially popular but are popular in a friendly way rather than sexually -- I get a few really meek clients but since you have to seek me out I guess I scare most away.

    Ahhh the most depressing Joe had crazy social phobias and would develop a terrible twitches when he got anxious who wanted to be able to go to bars and talk to girls. We managed to get the physical side of things going well (I work on fashion, fitness and appearance with clients as well) but he'd lock up every time we went to a bar. Eventually we switched focused and he now does his flirting places I could never handle (seminars, lectures, meet ups, conventions). Last I spoke to him he sounded great.

    If the girl is comfortable with you as a friend you'll very rarely be able to convert the friendship to a sexual relationship naturally unless she's emotionally hurt for some reason. We get around this by rapidly defying the girls situational expectations of you -- when you break her expectations she'll sub-consciously re-evaluate you and, hopefully, find you more suitable as a mate ;).

    Good luck, you owe me $80.

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  • ICantReadThis

    ICantReadThis

    March 10, 2015, 1:45 pm

    All things being equal, Lipton does excel at its convenience/price ratio. Sure, it's the tea you buy at 3 in the morning at Walgreen's, but it's the best tea you can get under those circumstances.

    Mind you, the entirety of my tea knowledge comes down to "Dragonwell's the shit, but Gyokuro Imperial can go suck a dick", but most people who buy tea in pre-packaged disposable paper bags usually gets "dust" grade, which is pretty atrocious. (lipton's is "cut" grade, which is worlds better, but obviously leagues behind loose leaf)

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  • GavinBrown

    GavinBrown

    March 10, 2015, 5:35 pm

    You're making a massive generalisation here. A lot of people are opposed to glue traps, or cruelty to any animal. Even a rat.

    I certainly get mad when I see a glue trap, or hear mention of it. Rat, cat, dog... it doesn't matter. They all feel pain, so why do people try and separate them when it comes to cruelty? Because they want cheap justifications for their actions? It makes NO sense.

    There is something I hate more than an animal abuser - and that is a person who preaches humane treatment of animals, then decides to slowly torture a rat to death via starvation with a glue trap, simply because it is "just a rat" to them and not a feeling animal. I hate these people.

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  • rjcarr

    rjcarr

    March 10, 2015, 8:11 am

    A significant portion of the (US) population wouldn't ride bicycles even if the experience was made "better".

    Some people aren't comfortable riding a bike (the last time I saw my girlfriend ride a bike she fell off in about 10 minutes). This could be helped with dedicated bike lanes, but you're never going to avoid all car traffic.

    Some people live too far away for it to be reasonable. I live more than 10 miles from my work and I could ride once a week or so, but it would take too much time to do it regularly. Some people live much more than 10 miles away. And the farther away, the more you'll have to deal with cars, and the more you'll have to deal with weather.

    Some people are too fat and/or lazy. OK, in the US, *most* people are too fat and/or lazy.

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  • bigdumbbear

    bigdumbbear

    March 10, 2015, 10:51 pm

    I'm from India and sure, the comments are very, very disturbing. Wishing death to some innocent farmers and their families and basking in their death because their fellow countrymen make a living by being employed by big USA corporations? Give me a break man. Why not fucking blame Dell for outsourcing labor instead of hiring Americans? There's your corporate America right there.

    Also, this story represents the dichotomy modern India represents. On one hand, you have the ISRO (Indian space research org) that sent a lunar space module which confirmed existence of water on Moon last month, and relayed the information with NASA. On the other hand, India doesn't even have a basic flood protection system for the safety of its citizens.

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  • anodes

    anodes

    March 10, 2015, 10:46 am

    well i'm not an especially well-schooled-in-theory libertarian. but in your title, from the 6th page of the article you linked to, what exactly is the problem? that a guy bought the company then broke it up and sold it?

    you left out this part:

    >...replacing it with an annuity from a poorly rated insurance carrier.

    no mention of how well (or if) the annuity performed at the task of delivering pensions. as a libertarian i think managing one's own money is generally the best bet - companies and governments can hardly be trusted to have your best interests in mind, being driven by their own interests. pensions were a fad for a few decades that have died out because they were fiscally unsustainable; almost no companies offer them anymore except governmental ones, which of course can afford to be fiscally irresponsible since they have inexhaustible resources (at least until the tax rate reaches 100% for all of us).

    regarding the destruction of the redwoods...well according to the article, the previous owners (the murphys) were planning on decimating the old growth redwoods as well, just at a slower pace.

    >By leaving some of their old growth standing, the Murphys, men who learned the lumber business from the chain saw up, had planned to sustain their timber harvest and jobs well into the 21st century.

    hurwitz doubled or tripled the rate of cutting...which in turn invigorated environmental activists. had the murphys remained in control, the end result would've been the same a couple of decades down the road, perhaps without awakening environmentalists to the issue.

    presumably some poor financial decisions on the murphys' part led to the possibility of a hostile takeover, but i don't know much about how (or why) those work, nor if some regulations should (or could) mitigate them.

    as far as preserving the perceived environmental benefit of intact old growth forests...some libertarians would advocate allowing them to be utilized (aka, destroyed) at whatever rate and to whatever degree the lawful owner desired. i'm not sure what the solution there is. but a similar type/degree of 'unbridled government corporatism' underlies and allows for your house, every dwelling near you, and every mine or forest from which the raw materials incorporated in every man-made object or structure you can see.

    i like to think there is some reasonable balance to be struck between free-market utilization of resources and protective environmental regulations, but it's not clear to me how or where that line ought to be drawn.

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  • grelphy

    grelphy

    March 10, 2015, 4:40 pm

    I'm gonna cherrypick a few points because there's no way I can go through that whole think. No offense. ;)

    > Most magical skills - i only ever use Destruction, restoration and alchemy, i personal find that most other magical skills are not all that useful later on, they are kind of finicky and eventual i almost always just end up not using them on my mages

    Conjuration is made of win. Enemies will almost always target your summons over you, and appropriately leveled summons can take the best opponents can give long enough for you to regenerate all the magicka you spent summoning them.

    Conjuration + Illusion is made of broken.

    I'll also note that Restoration is one of the slowest-leveling skills in the game.

    > Speechcraft

    Alternatively, you can do the main quest and everybody will love you. Alternatively alternatively, you can take Illusion, make a "charm 100 for two seconds" and have people love you whenever you need to talk to them. Alternatively alternatively alternatively, you can just kill anybody who doesn't love you. Outside of roleplay, speechcraft is pretty useless; there's very little of the sidestep-annoying-fetch-quest bonus that FO3 gives to high cha/speech characters.

    > Marksman

    I have never, ever used. (I keep on taking it because it *should* be so cool, but...) I always take Destruction (too useful to pass up), and its capabilities have utterly outstripped those of a weapon skill for all but the most magicka-limited characters by skill level 25. Melee weapons are an advantage against multiple tough enemies since you can't run out of magicka swinging a sword, but at range magic is the clear victor.

    > armorer

    Absolutely. And level it like it's your job; train if you have the cash. Armorer is useless until skill level 50 (at which point you can repair enchanted items), so get it there as quickly as possible.

    ----

    My personal most common build is Int,End; Alteration, Armorer, Blade, Conjuration, Destruction, Illusion, Sneak; Lady. Boosting endurance as much as possible early will have a huge impact on your max health at later levels.

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  • Cand1date

    Cand1date

    March 10, 2015, 11:24 am

    If that comment was meant to imply that there was a sexual relationship between Birkitt and Letterman, then it's pretty piss poor. We know that he did, and subsequently, when she started her relationship with Halderman she obviously blabbed to him about what was going on at the studio.

    The article was written in 2004, does not mean that it was happening at that time. And even if it was, it is obvious that many people, the mother of his son included, since she was a Late Show staffer, would have known about it. And it happened before he was married, which is something that his wife has obviously not got a problem with.

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  • atheist_creationist

    atheist_creationist

    March 10, 2015, 10:22 pm

    >I got an email telling me she was really sorry and I deserved better, that she was in a weird place, blah, blah, blah.

    This BS is the reason I have issues with attachment. I don't really like the effort needed to put in relationships, which sometimes makes me seem like I don't care (I do, just not in the "I need you" kind of way most people do). She can come up with any flimsy excuse in her mind and without explanation, its over. When you could put all your work and thought into something and the outcome comes out entirely the opposite of what was intended...to me that's when the whole game becomes a gamble. You just never know. You can't.

    Don't let that depress you. Live your actual life instead of depending on other people for your happiness.

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  • utahpope

    utahpope

    March 10, 2015, 10:16 am

    You got it right that the government is stealing from us.. but you forget that it is the conservative government officials paying their buddies. Haliburton, Blackwater. You are right though, they do prop up the corporate executives that steal. Except Martha Stewart. They fucked her up - and it wasn't even that big of deal. I don't mind giving the government money to help out poor people. Some poor people deserve it - however, 8 years of the Bush administration put a lot of people who DON'T deserve to be out of work on the streets.

    If you take the money out of congress, you won't have to worry about where your tax dollars are going. Like it or not you will be taxed. I'll use a conservative line when they refer to abortions or gay marriage - if you don't like it, then go somewhere else.

    Would you rather fund wars against brown people, or take care of people of all colors here on your homeland? Would you like to continue funding baby boomer bigotry, or would you rather help people up and let them have a piece of the pie.

    If more people were successful, we could spread the tax burden around better. That 40% could be a lot less. We just need to help our brethren in need. Poor people are scary, but they wouldn't be poor if we helped them get an education, and created jobs for them.

    I admit, there are people who are nothing more than a waste of space, who would prefer to beg for money rather than getting an actual job. There isn't anything you can do about it. Most people who are less fortunate however, want to be successful, and want to try - but don't have the means to get there.

    So, steal 40% of my paycheck, but don't fund wars, and don't pay big corporations to commit fraud like Blackwater and Haliburton have. Don't do illegal things like Oliver North and Ronald Reagan did. They are not heroes, they are war criminals. George W Bush is as well.

    In conclusion, please steal my money and put poor people in school, educate them. Do not give my money away to banks, insurance companies, car manufacturers, or any other business that got a bail out. That is the theft you should be outraged over. I know you don't want to educate poor people, because the ignorant electorate is better for conservatives.

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  • completesub

    completesub

    March 10, 2015, 8:45 am

    I'm not sure how to answer it any differently. He decides what we will have for dinner. What clothes are acceptable. Whether or not I will gou out with friends or stay home with him. When he looks at me and motions to the bedroom, we are having sex. When I am cleaning and he flips up my skirt and pulls down my panties, there is no preamble or asking. There is just him shoving his cock in.

    He makes any and all decisions. It is hard to go into detail because there are so many, but he controls all aspects of our lives. He lets me give my opinion, and he respects it, but at the end of the day, when I go to bed, he has made every decision that day for me.

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  • immerc

    immerc

    March 10, 2015, 9:30 pm

    This "best of reddit" is in response to a "best of craigslist" where a woman bitches about the casual encounter where the guy didn't perform up to her expectations, despite the fact she apparently didn't communicate them at all and describes her role in the sex as:

    >I start thinking about going to the store tomorrow. I think I'm out of cereal. Should I get some more of those pasta things? Maybe I'll try the pesto kind this time.

    > The hump and grunt continues.

    I hardly think that either of them are fair.

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  • chmod777

    chmod777

    March 10, 2015, 8:23 am

    >So the replacements of failed hardware come free with the Vostros?

    when you save millions of dollars, yes. remember, decisions like this are not made by users or IT, they are made by beancounters counting beans. the tax write off of depreciating assets and written off boxen probably skew the numbers back.

    and it still doesn't address the backoffice stuff. imail and ical suck, hard. compared to an exchange setup, they suck even worse.

    and you do realize that this is pretty much just for cubicle jockey with disposible machines? they will still spring for specialist machines for people who need them, weather it is a spec'd out mac or a windows workstation or a unix server.

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