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  • Reddithetic


    March 11, 2015, 3:17 am

    Your reading comprehension needs tending to. What I said is what I said, you still don't *get it*, for the simple reason you don't *want* to.. you enjoy the childish dickery of playing fan favorites instead of hitting the books and knowing what the hell you are talking about, and being able to point out all the weaknesses of your own position. If you can't debate both sides of an *issue* through your knowledge of it, you can bet your ass you will be one of those stupid loudmouthed chimpanzee fanboys that thinks he is betting on a sports team when he simply supports a man out of alpha male acknowledgment and subservience to the pack instead of knowing the topic.


  • kloo2yoo


    March 11, 2015, 4:24 am

    >>Especially since (judging by everything else I've ever seen you post) it was likely a very biased source, and I was right.

    ok, point out the bias in that link.

    >That still doesn't give you any reason to call someone names during what (at least I thought) was supposed to be a civil debate. You are extremely immature.

    it stopped being civil when you made personal insults:

    "you keep coming across as a bitter, paranoid individual who severely distrusts women, kloo2yoo."


  • Infinity_Wasted


    March 11, 2015, 2:41 am

    OP, I have this too. just like you, I would never act on them, but they do come to mind.

    yesterday was a prime example: my French teacher brought her new son with her today, and I just had this vision in my head of my grabbing him and throwing him against the wall and his little head painting the wall red. and then the consequences go through my head. of course, even if there weren't consequences, I wouldn't do it, but still, it does go through my head, and you're not alone.

    another one, less violent, myself smashing my new monitor with my keyboard.

    I also have non-violent ones, like if everyone suddenly started dancing in sync, like Thriller. or if suddenly my campus was invaded by thousands of cats.

    so, yes, you are most certainly not alone.


  • SpiceMustFlow


    March 10, 2015, 5:26 pm

    I personally am not a fan of medications, but I mean for me, not for anyone else. It is a personal decision. I was forced to take zoloft in my teens and still get brain zaps 20 years later. I just don't trust it.

    As far as natural remedies, you can try a combo of l-tryptophan and GABA supplements. It can get expensive, but l-trypt is just a natural hormone that is the precursor to serotonin and melatonin. It is great for sleep and no bad side effects unless you push your dosage up too quickly (dizziness). for tryptophan info and purchasing. GABA is another hormone and can be found in any health food store.

    L-trypt will take about 6 weeks to "change" you - but this is typical of the drugs a doctor will give you. Anyways, I take these supplements and while I can't say they are a magic pill, I find that at a minimum, they help me sleep well which makes life easier in general.


  • ace586


    March 10, 2015, 6:21 am

    I'm pretty sure the origin of this in the Red Book standards is a holdover from mastering for vinyl. A typical LP (i.e. 12 inch record running at 33 1/3 RPM) has "banding" between the tracks. The visual effect of banding is created by having the cutting head move slightly laterally during one rotation between tracks, giving a visual cue as to where tracks start/end, and a safe place where you can drop the stylus if you want to skip to a particular track. Since the bands are only one revolution, you can do out the math: 60 seconds / (33 1/3) = 1.8 seconds. The two second gap on CDs is intended to mimic the banding on LPs.

    Of course, both mediums allow you to encode audio information in "the gap," or to play with its length. That's left to the mastering engineer's discretion.


  • nolotusnotes


    March 10, 2015, 6:23 pm

    I'm on the fence, actually.

    And my reasoning is...

    How can one stand up to a government, no matter how corrupt, huge, or misguided and demand change, while, at the same time, suckling at its teat?

    The UK is no example of benevolent government. I believe it's run amok.

    Health care? Sure. Purchase a dinnerware set? Oh noes! There's sharp bits! Perhaps there is a relationship between these two things.

    I used to think the movie *Brazil* was a complete off-the-wall, over-the-top telling of the future. It's not that far fetched anymore.

    Vote as you must, but these are my honest thoughts.


  • dunmalg


    March 11, 2015, 8:33 am

    Vindictive? Who said anything about vindictive? This is just normal human interaction. If you turn into little missy stick-up-her ass over a mild joke in email, the sender is forever going to remember you as the nutter who exploded over nothing much. Nutters like that get "standard grade" service, done by the book, everything in writing, all according to Hoyle, if for no other reason than self preservation on the part of the IT person. Easygoing, flexible people tend to get better service, e.g. "your USB flash drive crapped out? Here take my spare, I'll order a new one to replace it." Nutters get this: "Sorry. Put in an equipment request. I'll order a replacement and you'll have it in 4-6 weeks."


  • Daishiman


    March 10, 2015, 9:24 am

    Yeah, how about most European countries?

    Keep telling yourself America is great rah-rah-rah.

    The reason America is a world ecomic power has to do with decades of imperialism and what used to be a large base of natural wealth and industrial base which in turn was used to develop a successful financial industry.

    The American government NEVER stayed out of the way. In the 1800s it actively supported the robber barons of its time, in the early 1900s it implemented the first instances of a welfare state and actively intervened to promote its industrial base, and favoring some of the interest of unions which substantially increased the standard of living of the working class during that time. In WWII it supported the war machine actively and incurred massive debt to keep industries working, and intervened once again in the reconstruction of Europe, while defending its economic interests abroad through military might.

    And let's not even talk about American interventionist policy during the Cold War, from actively funding the military-industrial complex, and promoting destabilization of governments abroad that did not favor American businesses.

    I'm sorry, but your vision of history is fraught with ignorance, and the Cato Institute has the most distorted vision of facts I have ever seen. It's in part through their policy recommendations that we have the current financial situation.


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