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  • raptosaurus

    raptosaurus

    March 11, 2015, 4:37 am

    > Continues old torture policy under Bush Administration.

    Wrong. To quote Obama: "I was clear throughout this campaign and was clear throughout this transition that under my administration the United States does not torture." Nor has there been any evidence to suggest the latter. As well, Eric Holder has indicated he will pursue prosecutions of Bush-era officials responsible for torture. However, Obama himself has been less than enthusiastic about this, so who knows what's really going on.

    > Did not withdraw from Iraq.

    He promised August 2010. Last I heard, it's still 2009.

    > Has no end-goal or exit strategy for Afghanistan.

    He has said all along that Afghanistan is America's "real war" and one that they have to win. I don't know if anyone voted for him because of this, but his position has been consistent.

    > Has continued lining the pockets of the bankers and financial sector parasites, to the detriment of all.

    Never promised not to do this. Actually, I feel that(you may disagree), that his hand was forced by the situation and Greenspan's policies. The alternative was a collapse of the financial system. Ultimately, that would have been the catalyst for real reform(as the Great Depression was), but it would have come at a cost.

    > This so-called Health Care Reform bill is simply another taxpayer funded bailout to the insurance industry.

    Not his bill or his idea. My problem with Obama in this regard is that he left it up to the crooks in the Senate like Max Baucus to write it. He should have written it himself and rammed it up Congress' metaphorical ass.

    Yes, I agree that things are not as good as I imagined them to be when I supported him in 2008. But let's not get too carried away. He has made strides.

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  • huxtiblejones

    huxtiblejones

    March 10, 2015, 5:27 pm

    I don't know, man. Global society is structured around profits at all cost. Businesses are almost solely interested in their own existence and will do anything to maximize their power and earnings. I think it will take a really massive catastrophe to wake people up to the reality of what we're doing to this planet. I think people need to see sea levels rise and wipe out entire coastal cities before they'll ever believe any environmental disaster is coming.

    And you can bet your ass that when the shit passes it will be back to business as usual.

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  • doppel

    doppel

    March 11, 2015, 3:01 am

    I am a devout follower of his holy noodliness, The Flying Spaghetti Monster. Ofcourse this means that I am atheist, militant at times (as Richard Dawkins would say).

    I think the FSM movement points out a great flaw in some religions/people (I am aware that this is a wide generalization, and I know there are free-thinking religious people out there), namely that they oppose science because it does not co-exist well with their view of the world. You could probably be a programmer with that view, but I think it would make you very limited.

    I do not actively question people about their religion if I have worked in a programming team or similar, but if the discussion does come up I expect those who believe (regardless of what religion) to be open to questions, criticism and more, just as if I was asking them their political beliefs, just as they are welcome to question my view as an atheist.

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  • eaturbrainz

    eaturbrainz

    March 10, 2015, 5:37 pm

    >The real downside of the Genova conventions is that they apply to signatories regardless of whom they are fighting. It'd be nice if they were more like a treaty---requiring billateral agreement before effect.

    Actually, the Geneva Conventions have an escape clause: when one side of a conflict violates them the other is allowed to take measures to counter this, even if such measures themselves violate the Conventions.

    The writers of the Conventions were not idiots; they did not want to allow morality to become a weapon of war.

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  • stoke451

    stoke451

    March 11, 2015, 3:42 am

    Taking a semester off or a hospital program are answers to the wrong question. Neither one will be the solution to getting better.

    You will be the solution, and you are going to have to dedicate everything towards your goal. It is useless to plan out your recovery. When things don't go to plan, you will be miserable. Instead, you need to start working at it right now, keep working at it when you mess up, and not stop for anything.

    It can be done while in school (assuming you can get over the stress of grades), it can be done in a hospital (assuming you can deal with being under the rule of others), but these factors are nothing compared to the hard work you will need to do yourself. Just don't assume you need to put your life on hold because of it.

    Also, the help of your friends and family is not something you should turn down.

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  • timmaxw

    timmaxw

    March 10, 2015, 12:16 pm

    Yes. I'm not seriously into building things out of wood, but I own some power tools (jigsaw, drill) and I've built shelves and other simple wooden objects.

    People tend to think of "making things" as some kind of obscure and arcane art form. It isn't. You could make, say, a wooden box, in half an hour with some simple tools. I've never personally used a lathe, but it would take me only a minute or two to teach you to use a drill press.

    Wood is probably the easiest thing to work with, but you can also get into more complicated things. For me the biggest barrier is cost. I have a jigsaw ($40), a corded drill ($20 from Target), and some basic hand tools for working with wood; but if I wanted to learn to weld or work with metal, I would need to buy more expensive devices.

    Personally, I'm more interested in writing my own software than building my own physical objects.

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  • daveinsf

    daveinsf

    March 10, 2015, 4:01 pm

    I use the kind where the top is the measuring cup and rarely drip on the bottle when closing it -- that usually happens when I'm completely distracted. I'd have far more of a mess if I left the bottle open for the time it takes to do a wash!

    The trick is to turn it up after pouring so any residual detergent goes to the bottom of the cup, then bring it over the bottle and, with a pouring motion, replace the cap. I've always been in the lower percentile in athleticism and dexterity, but I've managed to master it.

    Oh, when I do manage to get some on the bottle I just use a sock to wipe it off, then throw that in the wash... an instinctive motion for most any guy.

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  • defpearlpilot

    defpearlpilot

    March 10, 2015, 5:43 pm

    I think I should have stressed connection instead of emotion, which is my fault. It's why I mentioned technical metal. Typically, anything that's fast and technical is dismissed as emotionless. That couldn't be further from the truth. But it also some technical bands don't show any emotion when performing. The band 'Tool' has a lot of odd meter and poly-rythmns and is relatively technical in nature. But on stage, they are a bunch of statues. But that doesn't prevent me from connecting to it. So I was definitely wrong in implying that the emotion comes only from the artist. My ultimate point is that it's not always known what will trigger a connection.

    You're point is understood about judging artists. However, when comparing artists across genres, there tends to be some snootiness. In guitarist circles, if you aren't into jazz, you don't know anything. And granted the changes that you need to play over are much more complicated. But that's when it comes to people in the field and are experienced. I was coming from the point of view of the casual lay person listener. They have a lower bar.

    Either way, I agree that she isn't a child prodigy. She's actually a guilty pleasure of mine.

    Thanks for the kind discourse!

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  • RDS

    RDS

    March 10, 2015, 4:52 pm

    This is from his youtube bio:

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    Bramptons finest decided to moved out West 6 dayz ago to claim his style and also as an ode to Pac..holla if ya hear me. I dropped this tape during a 2 hour session on Sept 24th 2009 at Hipposonic Studios. Ive definitely put my heart n soul into this.

    >"Once there is a certain degree of presence, of still and alert attention in human beings' perceptions, they can sense the divine life essence, the one and dwelling consciousness or spirit in every creature, every life form, recognize it as one with their own essence, and so love it as themselves"

    - Eckhart Tolle

    Thats Me and Thats This Tape..Enjoy..light sumfin up first tho.

    This is the Rising Sun and true awakenin from the nightmare of Hip Hop these dayz

    B Town I See U

    UWO Be Proud

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