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  • kearneycation

    kearneycation

    March 10, 2015, 5:27 pm

    How do the producers ensure that the contestants don't blab about who won or who lost? I mean, all it would take would be one contestant to tell his best friend after one too many drinks, and that guy tells his girlfriend, and next thing you know it's all over the interwebs.

    Also, has anyone ever leaked information from TC or any other big reality show that you're aware of?

    If they all have to have their food ready at the same time, doesn't that mean that the last dish to be tasted is going to be a little cold? Or that sauce that's been added will make the food too mushy by the time the judges get to it?

    Thanks!

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  • JollyJeff

    JollyJeff

    March 11, 2015, 5:54 am

    A building on the edge of a cliff on the ocean that has about a 1,000 foot drop with jagged rocks below. The house would have been built for a billionaire who made sure that it could be about 50 feet out from the edge of land and connected only with a drawbridge.

    The edge of the cliff would have a specially built platform that extends out over the edge. This platform would look exactly like the rest of the cliff edge but when about 100 or so zombies crowded onto it their weight would cause the platform to fall over, causing all the zombies to fall to the jagged rocks below. As soon as the weight was off the platform it would return to it's previous place.

    So you would sit on the porch, beer in hand, and yell to the zombies and they would run to the edge of the cliff (or so they think) like lemmings and fall off the edge of the cliff. The ocean surf below would wash them away. You could have a hot air balloon to get around to see if any large herds of zombies were coming your way and to get supplies.

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  • SnacksOnAPlane

    SnacksOnAPlane

    March 10, 2015, 12:59 pm

    Mass transit doesn't work in my situation, but a PRT system probably would. I live right outside of Boston and have a reverse commute. I work further away from the city than I live. I could potentially take commuter rail, but the train schedule is awful given my needs and it would cost over $10/day.

    But with a PRT system, pods would be available on-demand, so the schedule would no longer be an issue, and the price wouldn't be as prohibitive because I wouldn't need to subsidize a 75%-empty train.

    And "Republicans like it" is a horrible argument against it.

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  • CarlH

    CarlH

    March 10, 2015, 10:20 pm

    year[5] tells us we will have 5 total elements. I know it is a bit confusing. Just remember it like this:

    1. When you *create* the array, you specify how many elements there will be.

    2. When you *use* the array, you specify the OFFSET. The offset in an array works identical to the way a pointer offset works.

    For example, if I am pointing at the *first* (think element #1) character in the array, that would be offset *zero* - meaning, I am not offsetting the pointer at all.

    So the third element is [2]. The fifth element is [4].

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  • usernamedotcom

    usernamedotcom

    March 10, 2015, 5:11 pm

    A boxer smokes crack once and never wins a fight again. What is amazing is that this guy won a race WITH a HANGOVER:

    "That day, those who knew him well already worried that his sobriety was slipping. His friend Joe "Vito" Accettura maintains Gerlach was nursing a hangover on the Fourth of July. Peter Gerlach said his son also was hung over the morning he drove to Truckee in June, where he nonetheless lapped the field in the first stage and went on to win the overall title in the prestigious Tour de Nez race."

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  • epsd101

    epsd101

    March 11, 2015, 9:08 am

    > Did she end up going back to England?

    Yes, eventually. She stayed in NYC for a while before heading back.

    > How much money does one make being a Dom?

    She was training for most of the time we were together, so she wasn't getting standard rates. But once she was a full Dom, she was making $150 - $300 per hour, depending on what the guy was looking for.

    > Did she work out of one place or was it like a "for hire" service where she meets guys in hotel rooms?

    She worked out of a studio, where five or six other Doms worked. But she would go to hotel rooms, or even to other cities/countries, depending on the client.

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  • Sailer

    Sailer

    March 11, 2015, 8:00 am

    The point being that it doesn't actually matter WHO fires a qassam, Israeli operative or not, the blame will always fall upon the people of Gaza or a Palestinian in the West Bank, and so will the military retribution.

    So, whenever the Jews in Israel want to unleash hell on Gaza, or the West Bank, all they have to do is make an arrangement for some kind of incident, and they then derive from that a justification to punish all of the Palestinians collectively.

    Which is, of course, a war crime.

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  • NoSubrannke

    NoSubrannke

    March 11, 2015, 8:59 am

    I worked as a processor in a clinical laboratory. It was bad enough that I got to clean up broken tubes of HIV and Hep C infested blood, get splattered with urine at times, or be around excrement that smelled so bad it brought tears to my eyes, but I also got paid next to nothing, had a uber-Republican boss who always left work 4 hours early while begging for anyone to stay for overtime, and to top it all off (while making this horrible wage) we only had 10 days of vacation per year which accrued over work time.

    It was AWESOME.

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  • liquidrain

    liquidrain

    March 11, 2015, 1:26 am

    I switched to Arch over the weekend due to Intel video driver problems with the Karmic Beta, only to find out it wasn't Karmic specific, but I'm going to stick with Arch for now to see how it goes.

    Arch is good once you have it going, but even if you are very knowledgeable about Linux, expect at minimum an entire day of your life to disappear, and repeated lookups to the wiki. Coming from Ubuntu, what will really bite you are the dependencies. e.g. installing GNOME will not give you X, installing X will not give you any drivers, the list goes on.

    I never managed to get GDM working, simply because the package was not bringing in dependencies, and not even their help channel could figure out what was missing. (if I installed GNOME I wouldn't have a problem, but I use XFCE)

    Basic things I didn't find in the documentation: "make sure your user is part of audio, power, and video groups." A lot of things that are done automatically for you that you take for granted in Ubuntu aren't done for you in Arch.

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  • LuciferH

    LuciferH

    March 10, 2015, 4:28 pm

    When I was a teenager, my dentist told me my wisdom teeth would have to be pulled some day. Now I'm in my early 20's and I haven't seen a dentist in about 3 years. Mostly I have a healthy mouth, brush twice a day, floss once. But my wisdom teeth on the left side of my mouth are starting to crown.

    Do I need to get them pulled? Why are the pros and cons? I'm just really afraid of the operation.

    Also, I had braces in middle school and didn't wear my retainer and now have two incisors on the lower part of my mouth set way behind their neighbors. Do you know of anything that might fix that without more braces?

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  • georgemagoo

    georgemagoo

    March 11, 2015, 9:21 am

    I agree with you that these people who made horrible short-term decisions at large companies are getting way too much protection from the government. They are blackmailing a good deal of the US into getting government handouts to stop a lot of foreclosures and ensure that there is money out there for honest business owners. It sucks, and it is unfair.

    Working at a large publicly-traded company is a huge risk for an employee. It is not just the guys on top who want the quick buck, but all of those little shareholders who bitch and moan when their value goes down. Employees many times are treated like little profit centers, and the owners have to make sure that the company looks like it is trying to stay profitable.

    But, I am being too general. We are both being too general. There are plenty of companies out there who are concerned with long-term growth and steady profits.

    It is easy to see how the mess we are in happens. It happened back in 2000. It was too easy to make money short-term investing in new technology, since you could quickly raise a lot of money. There were no long-term plans for many companies who went this direction so they did what they could to stop the bleeding when the floor fell out from below their feet. The mortgage industry is doing this right now.

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  • systemlord

    systemlord

    March 10, 2015, 6:06 pm

    I seem to have an extremely high tolerance for the anesthesia that my dentist gives me prior to working on me. (Every dentist I've ever been too has had this issue)

    She says has to give me between 3 and 4 normal doses before she can work on me without me jumping all over due to pain.

    Is this a real medical condition? Or am I just a wuss?

    Is there anything I can do in order to minimize my tolerance?

    (My dentist says that consuming alcohol within a week of having dentist work makes my tolerance go higher)

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  • see0red

    see0red

    March 10, 2015, 10:04 am

    > I'm curious how one could look at an ultrasound and compare it to a stapler as you defended below in another comment.

    LOL. No, I didn't do that at all, we were speaking of legal rights. If you prefer a "warmer" example, I see no need to make a legal distinction between an embryo and an appendix where both are alive and have a complete set of human genes: a meaningful difference does not exist until much later as one becomes a viable individual but the other never will, much like a stapler. Until viability is confirmed I fail to see why we should give rights to one and not all. A "potential future" doesn't justify "immediate rights" to me in the same way that a present state does.

    I'm not a father.

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  • tHePeOPle

    tHePeOPle

    March 11, 2015, 7:30 am

    Ok, here we go...

    Along with cleaning 25-30 bathrooms around the facility each day, I had to help out in the dining hall. The dining hall was fairly large. It probably seated close to 200 people. The particular group that was in that day was about 80 strong.

    Since the camp was built in the early 1900's the bathroom situation in the dining hall wasn't exactly up to code. There was a small bathroom right off the main hall that had one toilet, and one urinal, and (and this is key) a broken lock on the door.

    The counselors were only supposed to let one retarded camper in at a time and keep others from entering until the first one left. That system worked fairly well.

    But when you get 80 retarded people together in the same room, all trying to eat (handfuls of mayo were a favorite) shit can go bad very quickly.

    So, this particular day I was cleaning off tables and helping the counselors out when a fight breaks out at one of the tables. I looked over and watched one guy sweep the table with his arm and send 8 food laden plates, cups, bowls, etc flying all over the place, then jump on the other guy and just start freaking out.

    They usually nipped that stuff pretty quickly, but this one was particularly nasty, and all the counselors ran to help break it up. If you've ever heard the term 'retard strength', I can verify that it's no exaggeration.

    Anyway, the counselor who kept guard at the door to the tiny bathroom ran over to help break up the fight. Unfortunately, there was a retarded guy in there trying to take a shit at the time.

    Sometime during the fight, two other guys decided that they had to use the little bathroom and that it was an emergency. They forced their way inside before they could be stopped, then closed the door behind them.

    The door opened inward, so with three people in there, you couldn't push the door open to get them out. So, you've got three grown retarded men in a bathroom with one toilet and they all needed to poop. Badly.

    I don't exactly know what happened in there, but a fight broke out because the original guy was still crapping that wouldn't get up to let the other two do the same.

    Once the counselors broke up the original fight, they realized that three people were missing from the group. Then they realized that the screaming and pounding they were hearing was coming from the little bathroom.

    It took them several horrible minutes to get the inward swinging door open and to extract the then shit and piss covered retarded guys.

    So, they took the guys off to the showers to get them cleaned up and I was left to deal with the bathroom.

    I wanted to throw up my hands, quit, and go home, but I needed the money from the job so I couldn't. I cautiously opened the door to the following:

    The walls and even the ceiling were smeared with the most vile smelling shit imaginable. The sink had been pissed on/in, and the floor was covered in shit, piss, and some blood from the fight.

    The urinal had shit in it, and all over the handle. There was two rolls of toilet paper and they were everywhere. All over the stalls, stuck to the wall, in the sink and urinal, and all over the floor.

    There were several holes punched through the walls, and one of the guys had (shudder) lost his sandals so he was barefoot in there. Which he tracked all across the dining hall on his way out.

    Actually, the only part of the bathroom that wasn't covered in shit or piss was the toilet bowl itself. I cannot explain that one. I just stood there trying to figure out how I was going to clean up the nightmare.

    I ended up getting a power washer from the maintenance garage and using it on a low setting to clean the walls and ceiling. Since I couldn't stop gagging when I went in there to do the rest, I had to run in, clean something real quick, then run out to breath. It probably took me close to two hours to completely sanitize the place, if that was even possible.

    There are many other stories, but that was probably the worst I ever had to deal with.

    tl;dr retarded adults fought each other using their own shit as weapons. I had to clean up the aftermath.

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  • DashingLeech

    DashingLeech

    March 11, 2015, 12:24 am

    I think you may have a misconception about this kind of relationship. There is a difference between being *in control* and being *controlling*. Some people absolutely hate making decisions, especially ones that affect other people, and it gives them great anxiety. There are many reasons in evolutionary psychology why women might be hugely attracted to a decisive man in control. (Note that this does not make any moral statement about it being "right" or "wrong", merely that there are good reasons why many women might feel this way.)

    Think of it this way. I suppose you have a boss at work. A good boss listens to his/her employees, makes decisions, takes responsibility, gives credit, and protects the employees who work for him/her. The fact that they are the boss does not make them abusive or controlling. They merely have a different role to play. The same thing can exist in a relationship without it being abusive or controlling. While many people cringe at the idea of a man being "the boss" in a relationship, it works.

    One of the cultural problems I see here is the misdirection of postmodernism over the last few decades. There was much confusion between *equality* and *identity*. The fact that men and women are equal does not make them identical. A lot of effort went into trying to demonstrate that if boys played with dolls and girls with trucks, they could be socialized into different roles. They all failed because they didn't recognize the role of innateness. In fact, they often simply rejected it. (Stephen Pinker's *The Blank Slate* does a good job of summarizing this work, it's failures, and why innateness does make men and women different.)

    If a woman chooses to have a man make all the decisions, that is no less equal. I find it somewhat offensive from an equality point of view when some people (both women and men) look down upon such relationships. It is by choice and makes them happy.

    There are many good books related to this topic, in addition to The Blank Slate, such as Red Queen (Matt Ridley), The Mating Mind (Geoffrey Miller), and Sperm Wars (Robin Baker).

    I say all of this academically, but it has also been my experience. I've been in relationships where I've made every effort to let women have as much input to the decisions and they have largely found that to be a total turn off. The truest statement I've found regarding this is that for a first date a (typical) woman would rather eat food she doesn't like in a restaurant she's not a fan of, but the man planned and arranged everything, than in her favorite restaurant eating her favorite dish and she made all of the plans.

    In this respect, I have a semi-submissive wife. She loves it when I do all of that, and she has said that she doesn't advertise it because it implies a bit of betrayal to her sistern in modern Western culture. But that doesn't make it any less true. I am the furthest from abusive you can imagine, and I sometimes have to force myself to remember not to keep asking her for input on everything. She doesn't want that and finds it unattractive.

    (FYI, she has had a fantastically happy life with a great, supportive family. There are no abuse issues of any sort, and she is a very strong-willed individual.)

    So, ultimately, I'd say that culture is wrong here. Not the culture of equality, but the culture that says equal women are not allowed to choose the type of relationship they prefer. As hinted at above, that culture implies that such women are betraying women as a whole because it teaches men to be more controlling. But that, again, falls for the postmodernist behaviorism fallacy that men are conditioned by their relationships. They aren't. I treat the women I work with (some work above me, some colleagues, some below) very professionally the same as the men. Suggesting that one relationship causes behaviours with everyone else doesn't stand up even remotely. Nobody treats all of their friends the same. You learn about their different personalities and respond accordingly. The same goes with romantic and professional relationships.

    So I congratulate completesub and her boyfriend on their relationship. I hope you remain very happy. I know I am in mine.

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  • JayDogSqueezy

    JayDogSqueezy

    March 10, 2015, 11:48 am

    Suicidal: eh, I get down a lot, but so does everyone else. The job itself is pretty stressful and requires a ridiculous amount of attention to detail, and we do have a tendency to be really really hard on ourselves if something doesn't come out perfect- but I don't think that in itself makes us commit suicide more frequently than others.

    I don't like telling people they have cavities. I don't like giving them bad news at all, so in general, i try to sandwich as many compliments as I can whenever I spot a problem. If they have great teeth, it's an easy exam and I tell them how nice their mouth is (I usually say I'm honored to be in there poking around, this usually gets a giggle).

    If they have small cavities, I note that most of their work is in excellent shape, but there's a couple places that need a little attention. I say "I'm glad that we caught these when they were small, so they didn't become big problems." Which is the truth.

    If they have big problems, the goal is to get them out of pain and get them comfortable.

    Even if I have to extract every tooth in their mouth- they are becoming healthier for it. Take a look at pictures of folks with meth mouth, vs. folks with dentures. In some cases, people say getting their teeth taken out was the best thing they've ever done.

    I don't do the dental guilt thing, and I actively try to give the patients the benefit of the doubt so i don't have to give them bad news. If I do find a cavity, I demonstrate it clinically "stickiness" and show them on the x-ray so they understand the decision making.

    Personal heroes: any pediatric dentist. we send them horrible, screaming kids in pain that are violent and dangerous to treat, and they make them healthier when we can't.

    The price for fillings is steep, and sometimes it shocks even me after I restore a bunch of teeth in a row and then look at the final bill. But the cost is directly based on an extremely high amount of overhead for dentistry. In general, it costs about $450 an hour just to keep an office running. I'll likely get into this in a later response, but you have to work very hard just to pay your staff and keep the lights on.

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  • BanX

    BanX

    March 10, 2015, 6:55 pm

    Calm down, why would you say so?

    Don't you appreciate all the effort he is doing! He posts more than **50 articles/day**, if for a minimal reading time of 5mn/article, and if we suppose that for every article he submits, he reads 3 more articles (since of course all his submissions are done with highly selective standards), he must be spending around 13 hr/day for reading news (not counting the time to finding them, and the time spent on the comments reading and replying). In addition, he must have a job after all, and a life of course.

    I think everyone would agree that the thing he is doing is quite impressive.

    /s

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  • bluGill

    bluGill

    March 10, 2015, 3:52 pm

    > Why do young people think that after 60 everything just falls apart? It often takes a lot longer than that.

    For some people. Go to a nursing home and check out the ages - there are be some in there as young at 60. We tend not to realize how old someone is who is able to be independent. When you are young you contact with old people is close family (not a large sample and you hope they are exceptions), and nursing home jobs. Even if you don't have such a job, you are likely to know someone who works in such a place "wiping people's butts".

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  • sharpened

    sharpened

    March 10, 2015, 5:20 pm

    Don't know about the Genghis quote, but the sentiment quite aptly describes the mindset and motivation of the movement conservative republican politicians. They desire a return to the Harding days of aristocracy, where the wealthy ruled as princes and dukes or pashas and sultans: but to see themselves in this light—to think of themselves as true aristocracy—they must enlarge the difference in condition between themselves and everyone else as much as possible. They want to think of themselves as princes and dukes, so they must make serfs out of the citizenry.

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  • cassidoodle

    cassidoodle

    March 10, 2015, 9:26 am

    Okay. To be completely honest (and I'm really embarrassed/ashamed about it, too), I haven't been to the dentist for more than a decade. It's mostly because I used to feel guilty that my mom had to pay for me to get my teeth fixed (we were really, really poor). So, I *never* had them fixed as a minor, even though I should have. Now I'm independent, no job or health insurance, and slightly terrified about going to the dentist because of the price, and what the dentist's reaction might be like.

    How often do you guys actually come across this type of patient?

    How often does this type of patient manage to find anything pro bono publico?

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  • timprague

    timprague

    March 10, 2015, 4:32 pm

    Land of the brave?

    Americans these days are shivering in their made-in-china by child-labor designer boots. WTF. Don't eat peanuts, don't let your child climb a tree, don't tell your politicians to stick it...just simper and smile and if there is a safe chance to be vindictive and mean (say when you are the prison guards and the other guys are blindfolded with their hands and legs bound) do it. Where is that motorcycle riding, carefree, cowboy? Society has no balls. Its like Musak no high notes no low notes everything is just flattened so as not to cause any distrubance.

    In a nutshell: Wake up Sheeple!

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  • kleinbl00

    kleinbl00

    March 11, 2015, 5:12 am

    I see it as an accusation against men because you took the rants of one hard-up blueballed bellyacher and extended it into the workplace and greater society. Also, you very carefully delineated between the male world and the female one - you yourself said you could only act as you wish when "having a secret girly sleepover with your gal pals." That's not subtext, that's text.

    I'd like you to read this very carefully: *I in no way wish to imply that women have it easy.* I also, in no way, wish to imply that the gender roles expected of women aren't confusing. However, the majority of the erosion in the self-confidence of women is from women. I've never met a woman who considered the misogynistic catcalls of rap music to be anything but offensive - and offensive things are, by definition, non-influential. If you consider popular culture at large, men are generally stupid simps who cannot successfully clean a toilet or microwave a pizza - I know it's true, I saw it on TV. "Feeling unattractive and incompetent in bed" is hardly limited to your gender - advertising works by demanding something of us that we don't have and then providing a handy way to acquire it.

    My greater point is this: You were offended by what the original poster said because he made sweeping generalizations about your gender. I was offended by what you said because you made sweeping generalizations about my gender. I think we both agree that sweeping generalizations are bad - where we disagree is where you think you aren't making them.

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  • Cartridge

    Cartridge

    March 11, 2015, 1:27 am

    If you could talk to a cash-in-the-bank successful designer or musician and ask them to show you where you'd gone wrong, they'd want to see how you worked. And then they'd see someone who started projects and didn't finish them. If you really wanted the person's help then you could stand for his/her answer to be brutally honest, yes? You're creative so you can imagine fairly well what his/her response would be. I'd think it'd go something as follows: You are lazy and lack passion. The most you want out of your projects is for people to think that you're an artist and that's all you achieve. If you had the passion to do the work, the hard parts, then the passion would carry you through to the end, however you do not. If you could set aside your desire for people to massage your ego, end the arrogance of "I am a designer" (who hasn't designed anything, only thought about it), regain your passion for the work to keep you from being lazy, then you would be only on the first step. If you could then continue along this same hard-working, passion-filled path, you might get to know what it means to be a real designer or musician, not what you are now. It's success versus failure & if you are failing, you can't expect to succeed by doing more of exactly what you're doing to fail.

    And you'd want to argue that: I have passion, I'm not lazy!

    You have to prove that. Change your attitude towards your work and look for more input from people who aren't just going to compliment you for trying. Wanting to design something is not passion, wanting to make a mix also is not. The joy and the love in the making of it, from the attention to all the details to the unified completed package, is.

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  • burnouttt

    burnouttt

    March 10, 2015, 11:49 am

    from the AMA:

    >Well she was pulled in for questioning about the entire event and as soon as she was found guilty of stealing. She then said that I had sexually harassed her on shift MULTIPLE TIMES. in the entire span of her working there, we shared 2 shifts together, and they were less then 30 minutes (I worked nights she worked mornings/ when I came in she was practially leaving) Starbucks having a Zero Tolerance Policy on the matter. Fired her and put me under investigation of sexual harassment at the work place. I was forced to quit after 2 weeks of being suspended.

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  • joshua2216

    joshua2216

    March 10, 2015, 10:23 am

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  • willis77

    willis77

    March 10, 2015, 8:21 pm

    Quite honestly, I am too lazy to go back and look through the econ literature where I first read the stuff. Many a mathematician has tried a hand at the markets, only to return years later with little to show.

    There's a general theorem that you can use in finance: Any time there is a widely known piece of information that gives you an "edge" on the market, participants will employ the information and it loses its utility. You think the hedge funds with physics PhD quants and supercomputers can't spot a "head and shoulders" pattern before you? Why would there be a multitude of books, seminars, websites and gurus trying to teach you technical analysis if they could get rich themselves off of it?

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  • doctorgonzo

    doctorgonzo

    March 11, 2015, 8:44 am

    The problem with PRT is that it requires a LOT of infrastructure for little gain. I'm all for getting rid of cars too, but wouldn't it make much more sense to wait for technology to allow for self-propelled vehicles on existing infrastructure, i.e. roads, than to spend billions to put monorail tracks two stories up, criss-crossing already dense urban areas?

    Like I said, I thought it was interesting at first too, but when I realized how much money we would need to build that infrastructure (stations no more than a quarter mile apart, all that elevated track) it seems like a big waste of money for marginal return. I'm a bus rider: I'd rather see that money put towards more frequent bus service than some silly replacement.

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  • JayDogSqueezy

    JayDogSqueezy

    March 11, 2015, 12:51 am

    I do try to be contrary. I'm not very product oriented, and think the industry is way overmarketed. Buy a sonicare or don't, crest or colgate or wal-paste, the important thing is that you brush.

    At home, the best way is to limit the amount of staining substances you consume. Coffee and tea are big offenders. Whitening toothpaste helps a little, in that it's abrasive and helps get stain off: any peroxide agents in the toothpaste are in low concentrations and aren't exposed to the tooth long enough to be much of a benefit.

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  • gerbil-ear

    gerbil-ear

    March 10, 2015, 7:23 am

    I have one big ass mercury filling that I've had for years. What's the deal with mercury fillings, are they considered dangerous now? I'm thinking of getting the entire tooth removed, it's one of the large ones near the back. Also, is there such a thing as a tooth replacement? How do people manage who for example get their teeth knocked out but can't simply put them back, are people still reliant on dentures for such a situation?

    What does the future look like for dentists? Will they be able to grow tooth/teeth replacements in a lab or something cool like that?

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  • daysi

    daysi

    March 10, 2015, 7:59 pm

    He's not good, but not terrible. Pretty much the epitome of a generic fantasy writers, none of his work will suck you in, but neither will it force you to put it down in disgust.

    That being said, I don't think that he's a very good choice to continue Jordan's work. Jordan, for all of his flaws, still had a very characteristic writing style that was uniquely his own. Sanderson, on the other hand, doesn't really have anything that sets him apart from the hundreds of other mediocre writers out there.

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