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  • a-lady

    a-lady

    March 11, 2015, 7:22 am

    Fighting back is not physical evidence--you can have a physical struggle without injury.

    No one should be convicted of any crime without a substantial case proving beyond a reasonable doubt that they committed said crime.

    The problem with:

    >jurors expect rape victims to:

    * Fight back against their attacker;

    * Sustain serious physical injuries;

    * Report the offence immediately;

    * Appear tearful and distressed when recounting their experiences in court.

    is that most if not all of these characteristics are expected even when explained why a victim may not choose to report the instance immediately, may not have fought back, and may not appear completely emotionally devastated while recalling the event.

    EDIT Your argument that a case needs physical evidence is a separate matter from jury bias. How juries expect victims to act does not increase the evaluation or importance of physical evidence.

    I can not fathom how you can legitimize the idea that juries should doubt the victim if they did not immediately report the offense, although I'm sure you'll reply stating you merely indicated that DNA evidence is important. What does that have to do with jury bias?

    Once again, jury bias has nothing to do with evaluating physical evidence.

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  • habisch

    habisch

    March 10, 2015, 9:08 pm

    true that. empirical evidence you could say - as a software engineering student, a little ganja really gets me into "programming mode." sometimes the problem solving gets a little tricky, or i dont like to think about it too much when i'm high, so i go after them sober if they're more challenging.

    outside of that, i'm currently working a fulltime 8-5 job and fulltime night classes from 6-10 almost every night (worst idea ever, btw, i don't recommend it if you can avoid it!). free coffee at work keeps me awake, and i need to toke up to be able to sit through all of class. otherwise i'm either too hyped up from caffeine to sit and pay attention or just too damn tired to care. weed keeps me in place.

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  • monximus

    monximus

    March 10, 2015, 8:55 pm

    Yeah, "teabagger", seriously. These are people representing elite media institutions, pretending to be civil while literally calling their opponents something similar to "cock sucking faggot niggers" while people like Glen Beck are targeted for calling the president a "racist".

    You need to draw pictures on your protest signs saying "Rachel Maddow calls her political opponents teabaggers" with a a drawn picture of a nut sack hanging over her face. Such a move should come close to destroying MSNBC.

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  • UnificationDotCom

    UnificationDotCom

    March 11, 2015, 6:23 am

    I don't think it's that unusual. Some people may continue on longer than they want to because that's what they feel "they're supposed to do" but if it ends after a month, a year or 5 years, it still ends.

    My suggestion would be to really figure out what it is that didn't work for you in these past relationships and actually raise your standards regarding who you date, by finding someone who is compatible and intriguing enough to want to continue with long term.

    In other words, know yourself and know what you're looking for (make a list of good qualities and bad qualities in a partner) and then pay close attention early on as to whether or not this is someone worth your energy.

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  • topsul

    topsul

    March 11, 2015, 9:35 am

    You may not see it, but I see a lot of hope in your post. You started being worried about your Grandmother. I miss my Grandmother :( I wish she was still around. You are worried about missing a family function. That means you care. You are WAY ahead of the game. You've decided to lock yourself in your room, and get away from everything, but not hurt yourself (ok, so maybe that isn't by choice, but that is what is going on).

    I realize this sounds funny, but you have a lot of hope. You have a family. I'm sure if your Grandma/Mother/anyone knew they would do everything in their power to help you.

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  • Shrimps

    Shrimps

    March 11, 2015, 12:03 am

    You have better chances of getting a job after graduation with a civil engineering degree than a mechanical.

    What I would suggest is looking up the courses offered / required for mechanical and civil engineering at a university you are interested in. They normally have a list you will have to take and a description of the courses. If it seems dull or interesting it might set you in the right direction.

    Now what I can tell you form my own experience:

    From what I have observed from my civil counterparts at school, they mostly concentrate on solving forces/moments on stuff that doesn't move. They have a civil bible with all the typical forces on members and they use that a lot. They also have a lot of materials courses. They tend to get right into the civil engineering part without having to take to many broad courses.

    As for mechanical (I'm in aero but the first 3 years were identical). We had basic solids courses, basic thermodynamics courses, basic dynamics courses, basic fluid dynamic courses, system design courses, feedback and control courses ++ a lot of math. They can normally specialize once in 4rth year into vehicle related ,structures related, heating / cooling, materials, etc ....

    If all else fails, pick one and switch after first year. I have had plenty of friends do this.

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  • AshleyHumphryes

    AshleyHumphryes

    March 10, 2015, 1:16 pm

    Just the title of this post caught my attention. And in reading the article, which was very well written, it made me appreciate how great the loss of a young boy is. This was a good kid. He did what he was taught to us in D.A.R.E and paid close attention to the ads on T.V. that told him to say "NO" to things that were not right. He knew that he was not supposed to join a gang. He would have much rather held on to his faith than to sacrifice it and join that gang. This story is incredible and it just shows how violent and ruthless gangs can be.

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  • lukey

    lukey

    March 10, 2015, 9:52 pm

    The other day I was cycling down an arterial street that has a striped bike lane. The lane is rather too narrow, and so a lot of drivers were coming really close.

    There's a new section of pavement, and they don't have the stripes in yet. It was remarkable how the roadway is exactly the same size, but the cars would position themselves a lot more safely without the lanes. At least a couple of extra feet of room!

    I'm working on rigging up a video camera to document this! It's amazing!

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  • Phazon

    Phazon

    March 11, 2015, 1:17 am

    I'm just telling the truth and the truth is that the New World Order is lead by the Jesuits in Rome and their agenda is to have the leaders of the 10 Unions they are creating across the world (i.e. European Union, North American Union, South American Union, African Union etc..) hand their power over to the Pope making him the Universal Monarch of the World operating from Jerusalem (that's after they propagate that giving Jerusalem/Israel to the Pope is the only way to solve the middle-east crisis and bring peace to the region), effectively bringing back the dark ages.

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  • graknor

    graknor

    March 10, 2015, 8:22 pm

    these issues all apply to the .357 sig, and probably contribute in part to its relative obscurity. lack of factory ammo and the difficulties of reloading it are bigger factors, for commercial shooters at least. and shooting a 9mm payload with the mag capacity of the .40 is a slight downside as well.

    i thought i had a clever double entendre going there with diminishing returns applying to both the performance of the cartridge and producing and marketing a highly specialized product, but you focused on the technical aspects so thats where the discussion went.

    during the stockpiling frenzy 9mm was one of those hard hit cartridges, it would make sense to suspend the most specialized loadings in favor of the more basic ones, for both the seller and manufacturer. ( as per the OP's question, in case anyone else is still reading this)

    also +P+ isn't a SAAMI designation, and when it became apparent that it never would be, this probably made manufacturers a little hesitant.

    on the consumer side it means that theres no standardization for +P+, one manufacturer might be running slightly hot at 50fps faster, another might be a hundred, a third might just be running at +p levels

    its true i am somewhat contrarian, but i'm pretty constant in my position in the moderation vs. MOAR POWAR! debate.

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  • harley_b

    harley_b

    March 11, 2015, 7:42 am

    There's one thing we'd always say about civil... If it's moving, it's broken. There are things you can do with a mech background that you can't do with a civil background, but not the other way around. Keep in mind, when you graduate, you graduate as an ENGINEER, not a civil engineer or a mechanical engineer. Chances are that within 10 years of graduating, you'll be in a career outside your chosen discipline. The lesson is, figure out which one you would personally prefer doing for your remaining time in school.

    Don't pick your discipline because of the girls in it. Why would you go after engineering girls when there are much hotter film, art, and nursing students?

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  • burntsushi

    burntsushi

    March 10, 2015, 6:16 am

    How in the world is it a bias towards the rich if I'm claiming, and I believe, that inflation harms the poor far more than it does the rich?

    Inflation decreases the value of the dollar. The people who have access (i.e., the rich and those associated with government and government itself) to newly printed dollars first benefit from its value since inflation doesn't magically decrease the value of the dollar immediately after more is printed. It takes *time.* This time translates into poor people making low wages getting the complete shaft because their wages are far behind inflation's effect on their money. Thus, government and people it pays get the benefit of the newly printed money while the poor receive the loss from it.

    Investigate the issue yourself instead of lambasting those who are "complaining" because you assume they favor the rich. (Because they are Republicans? *shrugs*) If you bothered to read any material on the subject, you would see quite clearly that most (including Ron Paul) go through great pains in establishing that the policies of the Federal Reserve benefit the rich and harm the poor. (And don't bother lumping me in with Ron Paul or other Republicans, because I'm not.)

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  • soowoo

    soowoo

    March 11, 2015, 8:47 am

    Okay so this girl was a black, decent looking, ghetto "tough" girl. I would not fuck with her, she seemed pretty tough, and she would have a good chance of being able to whoop my ass.

    We were laying in bed together (on top of it, not naked) and I'm pretty sure we had both taken some xanax and were pretty tipsy from some beers. the other guys we were with were out and about strolling around in chicago, and we were just watching TV together. I don't remember exactly how everything happened, but I remember that we were just laying there, and she randomly said "Can I play with your dick". I just remember being like "fuck it, why not" to myself (By the way, that was my motto to everything. Every bizarre crazy idea that came up, I would say "Fuck it, why not") ,and I let her play with me dick, and this somehow went to me fucking her. She also said id had been 6 years since she had touched a dick, and that she had never fucked a guy, so i guess i took her "man virginity" lol. Oh yea, I have no idea why, but I remember fucking her in the bath tub.

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  • SnacksOnAPlane

    SnacksOnAPlane

    March 10, 2015, 10:48 am

    At least try to understand the other side's perspective, OK?

    Consider this: if the fetus that was going to develop into you was aborted, then the consciousness that is "you" would not exist. If there's some diving consciousness-gifting being out there, and if conception is the point at which those consciousnesses get assigned to bodies, then abortion can logically be considered murder.

    These are all huge what-ifs and not really scientific, but we really don't understand consciousness, so thptptpt.

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  • simplehouse

    simplehouse

    March 11, 2015, 4:04 am

    Aside from the foreseeable applications mentioned in the Q&A with John Sullivan, there could be many unforeseeable applications in the future. This is commonly the case with a "pure" science such as mathematics, and I encourage you to look up the many interesting instances. The one that comes to mind first is general applications of Number Theory to Cryptography. Also, this proof is beautiful in a way, as are many of the problems and solutions mathematicians produce.

    Personally, I derive some weird pleasure from seeing any problem solved, or any previously unknown concept being explored and revealed.

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  • nosoupforyou

    nosoupforyou

    March 10, 2015, 6:34 am

    Well, it's a matter of opinion I guess. I personally feel government spending of money they don't have is less effective than letting the economy rebuild itself. If they can't even pay their current bills, planning on another $45 billion expenditure seems like a mistake to me.

    However, I do understand there is another school of thought that believes government spending into debt is a good thing. I personally don't agree with it. I believe it's a drain on the economy where it could be spent far more effectively left in the hands of the people.

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  • Meades_Loves_Memes

    Meades_Loves_Memes

    March 11, 2015, 7:36 am

    Okay let me start off by saying, when you are a kid, in the dark, your mind can truly play tricks on you. I am certain this is not real, but when I was a kid I was so scared and I believed it so, that my mind may have made it so.

    I used to live in a house built in the 70's, and my room was positioned at the top of the staircase of our second floor. So you walk up and about a meter from the top of the stairs is my rooms door. The way my bed was positioned was so that if my door was open I could see about halfway down the stairs and then (at night time) it turned into a black abyss. When I was young, 6, or so, I always used to sleep with my bedroom door open because my parents light would still be on (I would go to sleep at 8, they wouldn't go to sleep until 10 etc...). But on the odd occasion my parents would go to sleep and I would still be awake, leaving me staring out into a hallway and then down some stairs finally into a literally pitch black abyss. On these odd occasion nights I would always swear I would see things coming out of the abyss (walking up the stairs) and on one particular nice I could have SWORN of my life I shaw shadows moving on the wall, and nothing like shadows created by light (which there weren't in this case) but like the shadow was progressing towards me at a steady pace. I quickly put my head under the covers and covered my ears. I'm guessing I was like this for about 5 minutes before I started hearing rattling above my room in the attic, little scurrying, some silence, and then scurrying, and then some crashing. Finally I got the courage to run into my parents room and sleep with them, in the morning they said it was just squirrels, in the attic, but to this day I really wonder if it could have been squirrels.

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  • shockfactor

    shockfactor

    March 11, 2015, 6:20 am

    10 because I got it made.

    Fuck bitches get money. Fuck everyone else I'm a winner.

    What do you mean what would I do?

    >favourite

    You're doing it wrong.

    Its a clockwork orange.

    BS:CS

    theonion.com

    6 close, 20+ midlevel, 40-50 acquaintances i've had at my house.

    2-3 times with more than one person

    victory

    changes weekly. I'ma go with ticket to ride-beatles this week.

    the pants I havent washed in four years

    Dubya

    general tso's chicken after you dip that fucker in the rice

    I like me this little crab joint fifty minutes south of me.

    masturbate

    masturbate

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  • LWRellim

    LWRellim

    March 11, 2015, 8:02 am

    When would be the best time of year to visit?

    I am American, mostly German but with some Norwegian ancestry (learned conversational norsk in my late teens, but then lost [whimper] the opportunity to go to Norway on exchange) -- and am used to living in cold places here in US (I actually normally do not like hot humid summers and tend to "come alive" more during winter).

    Anyway, Iceland always seemed to me to be such an interesting place (and I am told w nicer people) that I have contemplated vacationing there... but have always hesitated.

    I mean winter is much the same everywhere, but what is summer like in Iceland? Warmer, but is it "humid" as well?

    Asking seriously.

    EDIT: Also, I truly like backpacking during summers (but not the hot humid parts obviously).

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  • zuoken

    zuoken

    March 10, 2015, 2:33 pm

    I had archlinux on kvm for a while to see how it was like. I don't understand the whole 'this distro is better than that distro' mentality --- you just add/remove some packages and you basically have the same configuration as any other distro.

    If the 6 month release cycle is not bleeding edge enough for you, you can enable the pre-release updates, but I would rather not be a beta tester. You can also enable software streams from specific developers, so you aren't limited to what the distro manager puts out.

    As far as your opinion that it is worse than windows -- please be more specific. If you think the default window decorator is ugly, try out something else like Beryl. If you don't like gnome-panel, try Gnome Do's Docky. Maybe you should try installing some other themes.

    Also, I think it's better than Windows because (1) it does everything Windows does for free, and (2) it does not require you to set aside a large chunk of processor time running antivirus.

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  • tesserakt

    tesserakt

    March 10, 2015, 7:25 am

    And the US did all this for money, power, and oil right? I guess that's why the US gives away more money every year than all of it's spoils of victory combined. That's why we have colonies set all over the globe, like the European Imperialists of old right? And I'm sure you can also explain why the US stopped short of going all the way into Iraq in the first gulf war. We just put the fires out and left, like typical evil dictators.

    But this video needs to be seen "over and over again" for free, hosted by a US company, using technology invented in and by the....US, oh my.

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  • JunkInTheTrunk

    JunkInTheTrunk

    March 11, 2015, 5:46 am

    This is fake or you are the worst OP ever. You haven't answered ANYTHING relating to the actual show that I couldn't get on here after watching your season and answer. There are a TON of interesting questions at the bottom and scattered throughout that have gone unanswered.

    I'm gonna need a picture. Of you. Holding a piece of paper that says "I am Choptef." Your "Reddit friend" knows what imgur is... he'll walk you though it.

    EDIT: If you are actually Marcel. You're a cock, and I am glad you lost.

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  • nottakenusernamedamn

    nottakenusernamedamn

    March 10, 2015, 8:38 am

    This happened to me.

    I had totaled a car. Apparently I was walking around after pulling myself out of the upside down car's driver side window.

    I don't remember anything other than small spurts of the accident and after math. I guess I was walking around holding my neck and yelling at people (I barely remember any of that; my memories of this are exactly like remembering a dream.)

    Turns out I smashed 3 C vertebra's completely.

    I am thankfully not paralyzed; but I have the scars on my head from my halo to prove I was that guy, except much more fortunate.

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  • fattybob

    fattybob

    March 11, 2015, 5:21 am

    get a digital SLR - or some thing close - in fact use both - full frame will give you best results, but four thirds type may be sufficient. If you choose to stick with film - you need to find a great lab - not sure walmart will be doing justice to your images (not even sure what walgreens is mind you)

    oh yes, get a degree of some sorts, but don't worry immersion in classes on photography - architecture, science or journalism may be more useful! Find something that will give you some academic credibility - but let your photography speak for itself.

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  • jaihu

    jaihu

    March 11, 2015, 9:23 am

    when it comes to sex, not being able to perform is a serious ego hit. i think it's probably pretty good that he's worried about that - when i'm with girls i care about, i worry. when i'm with dumb one night stands and the like, i couldnt care less, ill cum whenever i damn well please and then go to bed.

    so that's a good sign. i WOULD NOT mention that you went through his stuff at any cost. unless you're breaking up with the guy.

    honestly, the lack of performance is a self fulfilling prophecy... i think the best bet is to take the time to relax him, massage, calm him down, get him ready, do your best to relax his neuroses about it and make him feel like a fuckin stud... it'll probably get him going... if not... he's a dud. sad but true.

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  • SquashMonster

    SquashMonster

    March 10, 2015, 9:34 pm

    Rivers don't actually count as moving water, believe it or not. And you might be able to satisfy your engineering urges and reduce lag, if you know what exactly gives the system problems.

    Every step, every tile of water searches (breadth-first. Ish) through all connected water that's on an even level or lower, until it finds an empty square, or it runs out of squares to search. Any water tile that isn't moving gets marked as non-moving, and doesn't have to go through this process until something disturbs it. Magma works the same way, but its search won't ever go up (water will go up unless that'll exceed the height of the original tile).

    What that means to you is that two things matter: the size of the mass of water you're moving, and the length it has to travel before it finds an empty space. A large reservoir draining out into a tunnel is the worst thing you can do. Try to keep your reservoirs small and the distance from them to whatever they're doing short.

    On the bright side, you can abuse this system to fake water pressure. A large reservoir of non-moving fluid (preferably magma) that suddenly opens up will spew out very quickly. Just be prepared for a lag spike as it sorts itself out.

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