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  • staleprin


    March 11, 2015, 12:01 am

    I can agree with all that. Neither of us really noticed the weight gain until it had happened. Which sounds silly I know, but in my head I always percieved myself at the size I was when I weight 75kg.

    And in regards to the sex, you are definately right to say it wasn't as exploratory or interesting as either of us would have liked and I would say that it was definately due to the obesity. Which, now that I'm thinking on that, it is a bit of a shame because how better a time to explore ones sexuality than in your youth with someone you love and trust.


  • redditcdnfanguy


    March 10, 2015, 8:25 pm

    Tubes - Young and rich

    Yellow Submarine

    Al Stewart - Year of the Cat

    Ray Stevens - Even Stevens (had this as a kid - can't find it on torrent)

    Aerosmith - Pump

    Kate Bush - The Sensual World (REALLY good)

    Meatloaf - Bat out of Hell

    Joni Mitchell - hissing of summer lawns

    Loreena MacKennit - The Book of Secrets (really good)

    Kansas - Leftoverture

    ELP - Tarkus

    Stone Free - a Tribute to Hendrix - EVERY CUT is awesome

    Steely dan - Pretzel Logic

    Phantom of the Paradise soundtrack

    Dire Straits - Money for nothing

    Led Zeppelin 3 - this album changed my life.

    Alice Cooper Goes to hell


    Judy Garland live at Carnege Hall - this concert was mentioned in David Nivin's autobiography and Noel Cowards autobiography.

    Hotel California

    Hair - original soundtracks both broadway show and the movie.

    Frampton comes alive - really good!

    Sex Pistols - Never mind the Bollocks

    Chemical brothers - dig your own hole

    gnr - appetite for destruction

    Springsteen - darkness on the edge of town and born to run

    Elton John - Yellow Brick Road


  • bigattack


    March 10, 2015, 1:16 pm

    I can only say that millions of people think so. But when it comes right down to it, that is a question YOU have to answer - for yourself. If it turns out to be lust, you can stop it, forgive yourself, be forgiven, and it will be something you fight against your whole life. But we all have something we have to fight against our whole lives.

    If it IS love, then you have a decision to make. I know what mine would be, but we are different people in different circumstances. Keep up the good work in trying to figure this out.


  • dododge


    March 11, 2015, 1:53 am

    One subtle point is that the character constant `'a'` is itself an `int`. There's an implicit conversion to `char` taking place when you assign it to `char c`. This is one of the sneakier differences between C and C++ (where I believe character constants instead have type `char`).

    As far as multi-character constants: the Standard allows them (the Rationale is not clear about why), but leaves the meaning implementation-defined. As you say, different compilers may produce different results.


  • weblypistol


    March 10, 2015, 5:08 pm

    Show me the links that specify funding climate change as real for scientists. I have shown otherwise. Are you saying that any scientist in any field gets funding to establish something? There may be irrelevant science, but at this level, seriously? Show me. I have shown you mine you show me yours. The links I showed are very conclusive and have addressed non human warming in the past. To say otherwise is an out and out lie and welcome others to check. Check your science. Check the evidence.Look at the links.


  • MyssX


    March 11, 2015, 5:03 am

    But when you say "pre-pubescent humans should not normally be attractive to a normal adult human being", you're going to have to define what "normal" is. Normal is just the term that we give to behaviour that most people do. But how can we measure what most people would do, if there are artificial means, such as legality and morality that are restricting peoples behaviour?

    And if we are yet to find any definite biological cause for attraction, how can you say that it is puberty that triggers it? By your theory, a girl that gets her period at 11 is fair game, but the 14 year old who hasn't, isn't?


  • mrcoder


    March 10, 2015, 3:22 pm

    NJ Congressman Smith (4th District, R-don'tcarebecauseI'mgoingtobereelectedanyway) has not been heard from in a debate in decades, since his election in the 1980s.

    In other news, Smith happily opens America's largest military base.

    I'm sorry, did I say America? I meant World. World's largest military base. 65 sq miles of military base.

    That's a lot of jobs. Government work for all!!!

    "As the only Army-Navy-Air Force base in the country with additional elements of the Marines and Coast Guard," he said, "it is truly a unique and utterly irreplaceable asset to national security."

    The 65-square-mile base is bordered by 10 municipalities: New Hanover Township, North Hanover Township, Pemberton Borough, Pemberton Township, Springfield Township, Wrightstown Borough, Jackson Township, Lakehurst Borough, Manchester Township, and Plumstead Township.

    It has billions of dollars of impact each year on the region's economy, spurring local development and job creation.


  • Helcionelloida


    March 10, 2015, 11:10 pm

    You should check out Alan Carr's *Easy Way to quit Smoking* I was a smoker who quit and started after long periods where the physical addiction was gone but I still had a psychological addiction. I had tried the patch, wellbutrin, herbal supplements, and every other method you could think of. Carr's book got me out of the mindfuck that we set up for ourselves by smoking. I haven't had a cigarette in a year and a half and I never will smoke again, nor do I ever want to. I don't have cravings and I don't miss it. I was a pack a day smoker for 12 years.


  • tsoldrin


    March 11, 2015, 6:09 am

    You had a great line of questioning until you hit "cheap healthcare for all". Perhaps in understanding the differences on this one issue you will understand the fundamental differences in opinion in this country. Health Care has the potential to change everything. No kidding and no exaggeration... everything. Here is one small example: As it stands at this very moment, the government is going to force everyone to purchase health care insurance. The government will also determine what insurance is the bare minimum you are required to purchase. Thus, the government can dictate to insurers what they in turn can dictate to the people - on how you live your life. As in, how healthy you eat, what bad habits you will be permitted to have, what occupation and/or hobbies you are allowed participate in... It is an incredible encroachment into the personal live of every American. You may not think the current government would abuse this power, but you can't say how some other government in the future may or may not make use of such an available lever on American life.


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