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  • nigglereddit

    nigglereddit

    March 11, 2015, 2:54 am

    Of course, I said no such thing about morality; I'd suggest that you should be careful (as should most atheists) that your need to be told what to think doesn't lead you to see things which aren't there. This syndrome has interesting parallels with the placebo effect in that "named" or "official" treatments are more effective - see how you trot out the brand named moral stance in place of actually considering what I really said.

    As for the morality - like most sensible people I consider the law to be a reflection of the prevailing social mores of the day. Sexual abuse of children is illegal in almost every country as far as I know, whereas being raised in a religion is not. Which leaves us with the question you're so desperately trying to avoid: in what way is it rational or sane to claim that something which is by consensus immoral and unjust is less harmful than someting which by consensus is not?

    I look forward to your reply: part of the pathology of atheism is to be able to convince oneself that almost everyone on earth is wrong and you are right - it'll be interesting to see whether you can apply the same delusional architecture to this question, or indeed whether you'll answer it at all.

    Thanks!

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  • Samus_

    Samus_

    March 10, 2015, 7:58 pm

    oh they're very different, pv aims to be useful but mine is just a toy :P

    pv works like tee it receives an input stream and copies it to its output doing something in the middle, that is, in the case of pv to calculate transfer ratios and such stats.

    mine however does not receive any input it expects a list of numbers within a specified range and does not output it back (it could but I didn't make it like that) so you can't continue piping after it.

    also mine just print a progress bar representing the relative value of each number read compared to the range of values it accepts.

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  • NO5

    NO5

    March 11, 2015, 6:05 am

    The text field and structure of the story unfolding is hauntingly familiar to other AMA fakes, but, here are questions I would ask a real FF rape victim:

    1. Do you think it was less traumatic than being raped by a guy?

    1. Did it hurt?

    1. Did you feel sexual stimulation?

    1. Was it a violent rape, or were there chemicals involved?

    1. Was she able to easily physically overcome you, or was it more fear / worry?

    1. Did it border on molestation / abuse more than a violent form of rape?

    1. Did you have to be more active in it, did she force your to use your hands and mouth, or was it just her on you?

    1. Were you complicit in your own rape, but not consenting to it?

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  • utnapistim

    utnapistim

    March 10, 2015, 9:14 pm

    First, turn the TV off and make sure it's not on when no one is watching. If you get him used to have the TV running he'll keep doing that for years.

    I read some articles on the net a while ago that watching TV makes your brain work less than while you sleep (I don't have a source for this though).

    If he wants to watch TV, make a restriction of a few hours per week and have him choose what we wants to see in those hours (cartoons or whatever).

    Here are some ideas:

    Find things to read that interest you both and read them together (science for kids, stories, or simply ask him what he wants more of and find a compromise).

    Raise a tent outside (I remember this being lots and lots of fun with my brother when we were small) and stay in it either for a night, or just for a few hours during the day).

    Kids love to build things. Consider drawing with him, making food (if you teach him how to make his own sandwich _and clean after making it_ your parents will probably thank you), legos and so on.

    Also, give him things to do that are in his own interest (should teach him about self-reliance). For example, if he wants you to read with him, have him search for the book and bring it himself (show him where they are and everything he can do it himself the next time and so on).

    Teach him some letters while you're doing something else (on the cover of a book/magazine/cartoons DVD) go <<see? That's a "T"; from Tom, as in "Tom & Jerry" It's drawn like this ... >>. Next time he will know how to find the "Tom & Jerry" DVD, _by himself_.

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  • Tsinoyboi

    Tsinoyboi

    March 11, 2015, 9:02 am

    I wonder if there are actual diaries or journals where he wrote about what he firmly believes. Just imagine him writing in his diary. If the portrayals I've seen are accurate, he at least believed in some kind of mysticism and that he was the return of jesus and the big problem is that while they did apply natural selection, they also included mysticism that they were the "pure" race.

    Even if you look at neo-nazis today. None of them even claim to be atheistic. They all still believe that they are "pure" and must extinguish all "blemish" from the planet.

    I wonder what neo-nazis would think of that those statement. I bet some even think he's their massiah.

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  • gtonik

    gtonik

    March 10, 2015, 9:23 am

    I would move on. You are probably wasting your time.

    First, it sounds like you fucked up. It happens. You will find others. Guys are mentally programmed to think this way. The second you find another girl you like, she will be the furthest thing from your mind.

    Second, it sounds like you have a crush. If you haven't been in a relationship with someone and haven't spent a lot (e.g. months, if not years) of personal time with them, it is hard for you to actually love them. What you have is more of a fixation. You need to get over it. Having a crush is an irrational state of mind.

    In the future, if you like a girl, be sure to flirt back with her if she flirts with you. Girls generally like it when you take control of the situation.

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  • Starcast

    Starcast

    March 10, 2015, 11:01 am

    Ask him how coming back to Earth's gravity was. It is extremely physically demanding to the human body to readapt to this gravity. Also: pictures when he was in space (face gets bloated), ask him how bad he suffered from SAD (Space Adaptation Syndrom).

    I've heard anecdotes of astronauts months or even years after being back on Earth, just randomly letting go of a glass while holding it and expecting it to float there.

    Recently, astronauts have been able to pick a few meals then have dehydrated versions of this made for them on their voyage. Was he afforded this luxury?

    Also, as a general question: What's it like pooping in microgravity?

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  • whatsupreddit

    whatsupreddit

    March 11, 2015, 5:35 am

    Thanks for the reply, if you could, could you please say what actually 'defeats' the young wippersnappers?

    I have rent free accomodation, although i'm going to look for some work while i'm there, i have sufficient money (savings from highschool years) to live the entire time without a job, and i have a friend from back home incase i can't make friends.

    We plan on backpacking around Europe for a bit aswell, so with some local knowledge, could you tell me some must see backpacker places, maybe that the average tourist wouldn't consider.

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  • joshak

    joshak

    March 10, 2015, 6:59 pm

    Technically they can. FTA:

    *"Anyone who has engaged in male to male sex is deferred by the ARCBS from blood donation for a period of twelve months following the last occurrence of such activity."*

    So there is a higher rate of HIV infection among gay men and there is a period of up to a year between contraction of the virus and infection wherein the virus is hard to detect. I'm not 100% happy about it but it seems to make sense.

    Similarly you are permanently ineligable if you resided in the UK between 1980 and 1996 due to the risk of Mad Cow Disease.

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  • yuurei

    yuurei

    March 10, 2015, 8:05 pm

    Was kind of forced to sit through part of Matthew Barney's Cremaster Cycle for a film art class. I can honestly say that I didn't get it and I'm an art/film student. I'm pretty convinced that Mr. Barney just enjoys making people go WTF.

    Also - surprised you didn't list Miike's IZO. That film, while pretty repetitive at times, makes very little sense aside from the main character slashing people up and jumping back and forth between places in space and time.

    Random aside: A friend of mine (big Miike fan) once said that if Miike had ever produced a video game it would have been Killer 7.

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  • Jasper1984

    Jasper1984

    March 10, 2015, 10:16 pm

    I wonder how you can prove that every statement requires an axiom. Maybe it is the converse, every statement is undecided until you decide them. Then axioms are expressions of deciding along certain rules, and definitions shortcuts in writing these. From that pov, truth is what you believe.

    Add that to the idea that truth must concur with what you see around you, and you get a doctrine that is pretty well grounded. It also adresses the issue of trusting your mind, as you trust your mind as long as it seems consistent with what you see.

    I guess that is compatible with infallibilism; it doesn't claim to be the truth. However, it doesn't put every statement at the same value. Edit: It is slightly incompatible with real life though, as our minds dont in actuality work with axioms. However, large swaths of our mind are not in any real control anyway (Nor should they be?) and conscious thought like for planning is able to use 'proper thought' that is like this.

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  • hearingdude

    hearingdude

    March 10, 2015, 5:30 pm

    Well yeah, it's a developmental stage technology with a lot of risks. It can cause even further damage to whatever hearing they have, infections, fluids around the brain can leak, and best-case benefit is low grade sounds which just sound like noise.

    Your mindset is that leaving a healthy deaf child alone and letting him grow up with ASL and function just like everyone is is a bad thing, and a lot of people would agree. I just hold the view that there's no reason to take a healthy baby and put an ineffective dangerous implant in it to try and make it "normal". The world's a big place and it takes all kinds, if you are openminded and take the time to go see a Deaf school you can see that they are learning and developing exactly like us, just with their own language.

    But yeah that's just my opinion it doesn't have anything to do with the culture, I'm not even a part of it- I don't feel any crazy urge to have more "recruits". Deaf parents blowing out eardrums is obviously fucked up, I don't understand the question. They would accept a hearing baby, just like most hearing people happily accept a deaf baby.

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  • AngMoKio

    AngMoKio

    March 10, 2015, 11:40 am

    No or yes. You could pick any country to register in (depending on your nationality and the laws of the country you wish.) You don't even necessarily have to be a citizen.

    It is the flag of the 'vessel'. In strictly technical terms, the vessel is an extension of the land and laws of the country it is registered in. That's why you see so many big ships registered under Liberia, even if they have never been there. Lax labor laws.

    For me, being US registered makes it a bit easier. Similar to the visa situation visiting countries... the US has it easy in the world. Also it is a pile of complicated paperwork to have a foreign flagged vessel.

    Also I get the benefit of US aid if I am attacked or something. As a weird bit of trivia, because of my national documentation my sailboat can be pressed into service for the use of the US armed forces if there is a war on. Luckily they haven't yet.

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  • bigattack

    bigattack

    March 11, 2015, 3:40 am

    Polarization is seriously the thing that scares me the most. As a people, I really feel like we can handle just about anything except being ripped apart from the inside out by polarization of views. What causes it? Media trying to stir up controversy for a story? Politicians whipping up their base because their ideas are vacuous so they resort to drama and fear? Losing our ability as a people to do our own thinking and research because it is so much easier to let others do it for us?

    Funny, I would have thought that increased access to information (internet, 500 channels, etc.) would have helped the situation but there is also a lot more access to mis-information, which breeds confusion and causes people to look for simple answers to complex questions.

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  • mrcoder

    mrcoder

    March 10, 2015, 4:52 pm

    Look, let's be honest, it's just a faster way to collect taxes.

    And it gets the nonresidents to chip in.

    And the elected representative does not have to face the heat at the next election for raising taxes one bit.

    Win-win.

    "“When I first started in this job thirty years ago, police work was never about revenue enhancement,” Utica Police Chief Michael Reaves told the Detroit News. “But if you’re a chief now, you have to look at whether your department produces revenues. That’s just the reality nowadays.”

    Utica issued 3540 tickets in 2003 and 5518 in 2007 — a 56 percent increase."

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