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  • fishy007

    fishy007

    March 11, 2015, 1:37 am

    I have both a PS3 and 360. Up until recently I was purchasing stuff for the 360 exclusively and just using the PS3 as a Blu Ray player. However, Batman Arkham Asylum changed that.

    I bought it for the 360 even though the PS3 had added content (play as the Joker). What REALLY ticked me off was that when the free downloadable content came out, I had to wait an extra week to get it on the 360 because I was NOT a Gold member. I didn't pay MS $50 a year for online play so I was being punished. Screw that. I've had enough.

    I've now switched systems and pre-ordered Brutal Legend for the PS3. I'll be doing my playing on that system with it's free online connectivity.

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  • shwash

    shwash

    March 11, 2015, 2:14 am

    This is assuming you're Marcel

    Do you feel you were mis-represented on the show? For example, my reaction of your "character" on the show is that I think you're a huge asshole that I wouldn't want to interact with, but I say that knowing that reality shows sometimes have to stir up drama where there really isn't any, so if we met in person I would ignore that.

    Are you still experimental with food? I should probably just google your restaurant, but how "scientific" are you getting? Anything special you've come across you're having alot of fun with? Any techniques you think are overrated?

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  • abadgaem

    abadgaem

    March 11, 2015, 7:31 am

    Fiscal conservatives elected in who sabotage or undercut regulations and regulatory bodies (including the SEC and FDA), then reiterating government failure as a campaign platform when the shit inevitably hits the fan? Yeah that sounds about right.

    By the way, name any prominent conservative who favors stronger oversight and regulations. Also, did you mean to include the "but" in your statement "I'm pretty fiscally conservative, but I personally believe there have been massive failures in government oversight" since fiscal conservatives are expected to think that government oversight doesn't work.

    Seriously, I'm kind of lolling at the idea of a fiscal conservative in favor of government regulations, aside from bare bones antitrust and such.

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  • hsfrey

    hsfrey

    March 10, 2015, 12:21 pm

    I was once treating a woman with radiation for a cancer.

    One day I noticed that she was wearing a large medallion, and I asked her about it.

    She said it had been blessed by a priest to cure disease.

    I asked, rather tongue in cheek, whether it had helped.

    She said, "Oh Yes! Since I've been wearing it the cancer has shrunk to half its size!"

    I asked how long she had been wearing it. She said "I started wearing it when I started coming here for treatment."

    LOL!

    But I just said, "Isn't that wonderful."

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  • shelovesmenot

    shelovesmenot

    March 10, 2015, 3:58 pm

    If the government wanted to disarm the populace, why rule by martial law and go door to door? That's messy and brutal. Places like the UK and Australia had a much easier time disarming their people by turning the culture to fear guns, think guns are bad, ham up a gruesome shooting or two, and pass one little restriction after another until one day everyone just had to hand their handguns over to be chopped into pieces. And they're still clamoring for more gun control!

    Conquest by CONSENT. Not by force. It's even worse.

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  • sblinn

    sblinn

    March 10, 2015, 6:00 pm

    The amendment is something, but it's after the horse is out of the barn already. That said, Rockefeller was one of the D's who had already said that Baucus' bill had already gone too far to the middle to have his vote.

    The amendment tries to correct a fundamental problem in the bill with a patch. The problem with these patches (and this patch in particular) is that all manner of means exist to route around this patch. And if I can come up with a route around it, it's trouble, because I'm a freakin' simpleton.

    The route? "OK, we'll use the 90% of the government subsidies for health care, and then just use N+Y% of our non-government premiums to pad our pockets, instead of the current N%." Easy. It is so easy that either I'm missing something from this amendment, or this amendment is written by idiots, or this amendment is a smokescreen and intended to fail slowly and badly. All of those options are not attractive to me, but only one of those is not a bad thing for almost all Americans.

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  • stone_fox

    stone_fox

    March 10, 2015, 9:51 am

    Firstly, the if you had done more than thirty seconds of research, you'd know that the National Scruples and Lies survey is conducted by That's Life! magazine. This basically gives your 42% statistic the validity of the Time magazine's 100 most influential people poll.

    Secondly, speaking of laziness and ignorance, ad hominem is the laziest and most ignorant form of argument there is and actually detracts from any valid points you may have.

    Thirdly, men have always had a place in the discussion of womens contraception, whether it was welcomed or not. Charborg simply suggested that women may be supportive of this, and you projected your bad experiences with a woman onto her. I'm sorry you had a bad experience with a woman in the past, but please don't let that affect how you treat and view the rest of us.

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  • kurtu5

    kurtu5

    March 11, 2015, 7:23 am

    > 2 Because of universal expansion (everything is getting bigger, even space) you will be gigantic in the past. Most people don't realize that the past is actually very, very tiny.

    Yes space is expanding underneath the matter and energy that is embedded in it.

    But #2 doesn't really matter. Its inconsequential.

    Lets consider when the universe just formed atoms. It cooled enough for electrons to pair with protons. Lets think of ice skaters on an infinite ice rink, all evenly distributed across infinity.

    Our atoms are pairs of skaters, twirling around in each other's arms. Tightly bound to each other. They see other skaters a few miles away, in all directions. No one likes to skate alone, so they gravitate towards each other. The skaters are clumped into galaxies of skaters.

    And the rink is expanding like a rubber sheet beneath their feet. And it continues to grow, and they can no longer see as many others off in the distance when they were younger. The rink expands, but they adjust their dance to keep couples together.

    And that is why #2 doesn't really matter. Unless we are talking about way way back, when even protons didn't exist.

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