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  • jgreen44

    jgreen44

    March 11, 2015, 6:45 am

    If you are going to argue that the other people around him were not trying to get healed because the passage doesn't say they are trying to get healed then I am going to argue that among all of the numerous healing stories of Jesus this is the only time in Jesus' life in which "power" or "virtue" went out of him.

    And what is also unique about this story of Jesus losing power? It's the only time he was touched by a menstruating woman.

    Also nothing you have written disputes the fact that the woman was on her period and touched Jesus at which time he lost "power" or "virtue."

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  • MrThrowaway

    MrThrowaway

    March 10, 2015, 11:28 pm

    So first off, not every group that lobbies gives donations. Some groups only have a 501c3, which has a great deal of restrictions placed on it (less than half its work has to be lobbying, can't support candidates only issues, etc.), since it gets non-profit status. However, many groups also have a 501c4 or a PAC, which is how they do stuff like support candidates and give them money.

    Now, assuming you've either got that PAC or c4, you go in to lobby. You don't discuss money, because that's first off illegal, but second because you don't have to. If your group has a well-established history of giving amounts worthy of consideration, the legislator will already know about it. All the calculus really comes down on the side of the lobbying organization, which has a couple key constraints:

    1) Finite funds, even if in some cases they seem infinite.

    2) Opportunity cost of supporting a candidate

    3) Public Awareness of giving

    Basically, if a group has 100k, the effect of giving each member of Congress an equal share is much less effective than giving the members of their relevant committees and party leadership that money. So you narrow onto a couple of key "champions" to support by giving them money. Usually money doesn't go to move an opponent to being neutral, the money goes to legislators that already support and affirm your group's desires. In this sense it isn't quid pro quo, because most likely they'd vote that way anyway. If anything, you're just trying to keep those guys (and girls) in office. When you're a major lobbying group like big Ag or the Insurance Industry, then yes you can drop tens of thousands of dollars into a swing candidate, but even then usually what swings them is the lobbying work by those groups that says "you will lose X jobs in your district if this passes, and it won't solve anything, so you will end up losing X votes from those people and their family and friends." Remember, politicians today are almost exclusively vote-maximizers and vote-loss-minimizers. If you think of them like that, the entire thing is child's play.

    Regarding number 2: Some candidates may either get support or at least not opposition, even if they oppose a group's wishes, simply because all the likely alternatives to replace that candidate are even worse.

    Regarding number 3: Yes some groups use money to push swing legislators towards supporting their proposals, but if the amount of money they have to drop to make that happen is too obscene, it may create a public backlash against them that will no longer make it worth their while. This is hard to predict because it happens a lot less than it should (online rage only so often translates into action), but when it does end up happening, it is a disaster.

    While the process is still slimy, I really don't see a way to divorce money and politics. Any attempt to will merely make it harder for investigators to honestly track where the money is coming from, and leave all but the highest-tier players from being able to get involved. I think the opposite needs to happen, where you have radical transparency, but allow nearly everything (sans corporations) in terms of donations. Then you just need to find the correct way to translate voter outrage into voter action when groups do try to buy legislators.

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  • PersonX2

    PersonX2

    March 10, 2015, 3:59 pm

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  • ironiridis

    ironiridis

    March 10, 2015, 9:26 pm

    As I said, I used aircrack-ng. I cap between 110k-250k of packets before I start cracking, and I simply leave it on the default settings.

    The USB receiver takes a long time to accumulate the packets. I live in an area with a large amount of wifi traffic, which is helpful and hurtful at the same time. (Capturing on channel 6 generates so much traffic that the driver takes a dump occasionally.) The driver also doesn't support injection.

    Yeah, I'd love to replay an arp request 450,000 times to get all the packets I need, but with my old shitty gear, I can't.

    Can I ask you a question? What drives you to one-up somebody just because you can? Right up until your post, I didn't feel like I *absolutely needed* to crack any WEP AP I could find in "minutes", but boy, if you can, surely I am *missing out*.

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  • gardner_heist

    gardner_heist

    March 11, 2015, 2:44 am

    Nine or ten years ago in the middle of the summer, some friends and I were drinking some beers in the Esplanade (public park) in Boston. We were looking out over the Charles River. It had to be 10 or 11 in the evening. A man slowly trudged up out of the river. He was holding a knife that I think would be called a machete, or near a machete in size. He didn't look at us, but looked past us as he walked up the riverbank and towards us. He kept repeating (to nobody in particular): "I'll be right back." He kept walking slowly and passed our group, going further into the park. Not a single person that I've told about this believes the story.

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  • jrohila

    jrohila

    March 10, 2015, 7:54 am

    You might want to start giving reasons yourself and not going with the blame line.

    In case of Icelandic government erasing debts, that is a real possibility. The Icelandic government accepted to pay up to Britain and Netherlands put with few conditions, these conditions were quite acceptable but both government in Britain and Netherlands have chosen to this not accept these conditions and make deal with the Icelandic government. What they are doing is blackmailing, unless a deal is brokered an IMF organized loan to Iceland is not given, that largely comes from the Nordic countries, and if there is no deal then the British and Netherlander governments will block the Icelandic ascension to the European Union.

    For the Icelandic government, in some point of time it may become easier and less costly just to default on the debts to British and Dutch governments. The situation is very well understood in Nordic countries and sympathy can also be found from the Commission and other member countries. In essence, Iceland making a default would be protected at least by other Nordic countries.

    The British and the Dutch governments actions were despicable as they intervened without consulting or negotiating with the Icelandic authorities. The British governments actions on using anti-terrorist laws were completely overboard. I should also add that in market economy, those who make wrong investments suffer the consequences.

    I should also add that the British have been sabotaging the European Union from their joining of it, they have not been good Europeans ever, and thus should be put outside the union to see how they fare without the protection of the union.

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  • ideonode

    ideonode

    March 10, 2015, 7:40 am

    I also had an idea, that never reached fruition, to socially aggregate the populace. Except my idea was to have the direction and speed that every human being on Earth was going in at any given moment in time. All of these vectors would be summed up, to give the net population flow at any given moment. These would be captured and tracked throughout the day, the weeks, the months, the years. And then the general direction would be played back, as a soothing animation that showed the ebb and flow, the ebb and flow, of humanity.

    Yes, I know that, actually, the net direction of humanity is probably standing still (with respect to the Earth - appreciate that we're whizzing through space). But I thought it would be neat to know what humankind is doing, collectively.

    Perhaps technology one day will give me an answer. Sites like this one, and the aforementionrted "twitter for moods" might provide some insights.

    TL;DR: I'm a stupid idiot with a pointless idea.

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  • innocentbystander

    innocentbystander

    March 10, 2015, 6:04 pm

    Wow, all that outrage... and yet you somehow managed to *not* quote the parts about how you had completely and deliberately mis-summarized what I'd said. That's probably because it was blatant, idiotic, and indefensible. You could have apologized for that, you know. Then I might be more inclined to take you seriously, rather than treating you like just another troll.

    But, you don't want to have any kind of discussion, you just want to play games. And I'm done with them.

    Goodbye.

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