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  • rkcr

    rkcr

    March 11, 2015, 8:38 am

    > Ever gotten revenge on a really douche-tastic customer using their credit card?

    No, but I did let the receipts pile up in my car for a while, and it had the full card # and expiration on it... It's a huge security risk and it makes me wary to order by credit card to this day.

    > Ever delivered a pizza to a customer I like to call "gay dude wearing almost nothing who wants you to come in while he looks for his wallet", or any similar odd/funny scenario?

    Hahaha, no. That would've made for a fun story though I'd never, ever enter someone's house while out on delivery.

    > Ever spiked a dickhead cop's (read: one that pulls over delivery drivers just to fuck with them) pizza with weed?

    I never, to my knowledge, delivered pizza to a cop. So no.

    I didn't ever have to deal with police though. One of the huge advantages of working at my local chain was that they didn't force the drivers to put shit on top of our cars. They might lose out a bit on advertising but we got to deliver a lot faster because cops weren't out to get us.

    > Ever had a car accident while delivering?

    No, but a few near misses when I wasn't paying enough attention. Funny enough, it was never related to speeding; always to not looking enough before turning.

    > Ever delivered pizza(s) to a rowdy party, and had people try to grab the delivery without paying? Or similarly, had trouble finding the person with the money?

    Nope. And that's actually kind of surprising because I delivered in a university town with plenty of frats/sororities.

    > What professions seem to tip the worst? The best? I found that nurses and bartenders tip the best, and doctors and lawyers tip the worst.

    I never knew the professions of the people I delivered to. However, the bigger/richer the house seemed, the less they would tip (on average). I dunno why that is the case; I guess people get rich by being stingy and never get out of the habit.

    > Ever trade pizza for another restaurant's food? We used to trade for Mexican food all the time.

    There was a Subway's next door to us and we'd swap food when we got sick of eating pizzas.

    > Is folding boxes part of your duties? If so, how do you avoid the dreaded huge paper cuts that come with this?

    I only made pizzas when we were rushed or it was a slow day, but I did fold a fair number of boxes. Our boxes were pretty thick, I never got a cut and I don't think anyone else did either.

    Some of the people who worked the counter all the time got incredibly good at cutting pizzas and folding boxes. One of the guys could box a pizza in about 15 seconds - take it out of the pan, slice it, and fold the box over it.

    > Ever attacked by a dog?

    Never attacked, though you know how most dogs are when you ring the doorbell - very jumpy.

    > Ever been hassled by the homeless?

    Nope, I typically delivered to residential areas away from where the homeless hung out. Also it was a pretty affluent town, not many homeless people made themselves visible.

    > Do you have any favorite music to listen to while you drive?

    I used to make mix CDs. I don't remember in particular what I would make. Also, I'd listen to This American Life whenever it was on Saturday nights.

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  • Li0Li

    Li0Li

    March 11, 2015, 7:15 am

    Thank you for the apology, I agree with alot of what your saying but I think that it's a big step towards an official removal of our traditional policy of neutrality and, as you said, it is just that, traditional, not constitutional. But now it can be open to interpretation, the constitution says 'common defence', so we could have a national defence policy which happens to be in line with common European defence. Or we could send soldiers to the European border so as to free up French/German/etc. troops to go to war abroad somewhere. Or we could unilaterally declare war on a country which attacked one of our neighbours and Irish troops could then be sent abroad, we could even put the troops that are sent abroad under a joint European command once they arrive. All without violating the Constitution. Not that we couldn't have done that before, of course, but now I think we'll be under far more pressure to join a Europe versus Somebody war than before.

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  • essjay2009

    essjay2009

    March 10, 2015, 3:16 pm

    Apologies if this is a stupid question, but how could you practice something like card counting by yourself? Were you just constantly shuffling and dealing decks and counting them, or playing games against yourself?

    And leading on from that, what was it like the first time you tried it for real? you mentioned elsewhere that the real skill is being able to pull it off with all the distractions going on round you, how did you cope at first? Was it difficult transitioning from practicing at home to doing for real? And when you first found success were you tempted to up the ante really quickly (i.e. did your first success go to your head? Was that what lead to you going into the red early on)?

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  • rshafto

    rshafto

    March 10, 2015, 9:28 pm

    Indeed, you are. The third party platforms are eaten up and debased by the larger two parties. Third parties don't have the funding to run an effective national election, because of that they can't get huge corporate donations, they can't get the donations because they don't have the power to make beneficial decisions for corporations. It's and endless cycle of the public getting fucked, over and over again.

    ...It also doesn't help that 3rd-party candidates can't get into the national televised debate, because all of that is now controlled by the RNC and the DNC. What kind of bullshit is that? They already have the networks in their pocket, but now they literally run the show. Fuckdamnit.

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  • vitdte

    vitdte

    March 10, 2015, 7:14 am

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  • jgreen44

    jgreen44

    March 11, 2015, 3:16 am

    >I cannot help but feel that our society has been corrupted by the blind pursuit of wealth. We have attempted to serve two masters,

    It's not just our society. It's our species. We are spirits trapped in flesh. The flesh will always have it's own needs. Thankfully, so will the spirit.

    Consider the image of Jesus on the cross, suspended between heaven and earth (spirit and flesh) the good thief on one side, the bad thief on the other. This is the image of each one of us in this world.

    The conflict continues.

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  • ascottmccauley

    ascottmccauley

    March 10, 2015, 1:22 pm

    The key to photography as a career is to approach it like a business. Look into all the business classes/tutorials/books you can. After that, you have too look at what kind of business model you want. I roughly perceive 4 basic paths here.

    1) Portraits & Weddings - Sales based on hourly rates & print sales. A key aspect here is being a "People Person".

    2) Fine Art - Sales based on print sales (usually through galleries). A key aspect here is just to find images that galleries will display, and setting up a decent website. A key here is to work out the logistics of pricing and exposure.

    3) Product/Stock Photography - Sales will be per project, or per download. This is a highly technical field where you have to plan out every detail down to how the photo will be used. You should market yourself in specific areas like Architecture, Jewelery, or People.

    4) Journalism/Licensing - Sales will be per image. You should market yourself as an expert in one specific area, such as Sports, Nature or Lifestyle etc.

    For all of them you need to look into getting some decent gear, and understand where you can cut corners with costs and where you can't.

    I hope that helps a little.

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  • mei9ji

    mei9ji

    March 11, 2015, 5:22 am

    From a canadian friend:

    First, let me say that while I do appreciate our health care system (in Canada), there are some MAJOR problems. Too many people who can't find doctors (because their hours are capped), unable to have MRIs, cancer treatment etc etc etc. I got a referral to specialist and have to wait about 9 months to see him. The system is great sometimes, but seriously broken others. I think we would also benefit from some more privitization (and we currently have more than many other countries).

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  • d00ley

    d00ley

    March 10, 2015, 7:27 am

    Yes, of course it is. However, some of this is covered by previous years' profits and other portions are covered using the USPS' unique ability to borrow money, similar to a private entity. The main problem with the USPS (other than the monopoly that it is granted), is that it still does not have quite enough independence to make the decisions it would like to make concerning certain reductions in the cost of operations. Also, it has several mandates by Congress, which it cannot control such as retiree health benefits, retiree cost of living increases, and below cost postage for preferred customers. However, as per the 1972 agreement, these are actually *funded* mandates which the US Gov't still pays for.

    Remember, the Postal System is one of the very few enterprises of the Federal Government that is actually Constitutional. Aside from the constitutional interpretation that it be given a monopoly and the restrictions placed on it with regard to some of its own operations, it actually performs well without interfering with the market economy or requiring taxpayer subsidies. Reform the two issues mentioned above (its monopoly and tangential mandates) and there is little about the USPS that I would have a problem with.

    ** I also covered some other stuff in a reply to another comment (which I thought was you). If interested, see my reply.

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  • froggster

    froggster

    March 10, 2015, 6:40 am

    what's so wrong with requiring insurance companies to cover anyone who applies, and not deny anyone because of a "pre-existing condition", as a condition of their being allowed to sell all the other types of insurance? you want to sell auto, surety and commercial insurance? then you comply with the health care insurance requirement. most states with high risk in some area (weather, high risk drivers, etc.) take that position now with insurers: you want to sell home owner and commercial property insurance, then you have to sell auto and medical malpractice insurance in our states also.

    is it so difficult for the feds to do something similar? or does that solution not provide sufficient kick-backs.

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  • waddupeverybody

    waddupeverybody

    March 10, 2015, 8:30 pm

    I mostly play abroad and I just act like a stupid drunk American tourist who is playing with Daddy's money. This I've found is the best act because it's one that people believe because they think all Americans are like this and that all Americans are rich. I basically just chat everyone up at the table, hit on women (even when my gf is with me), abuse the staff, and call people idiots for making "bad" playing decisions. I sometimes turn up or down the "asshole" depending on how I feel. it's a fun escape but I'm exhausted at the end of it.

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  • ElephantInTheRoom

    ElephantInTheRoom

    March 10, 2015, 12:17 pm

    >The flaw with your ideal is that you think the system has to be zero-sum. It doesn't.

    No. You clearly didn't understand what I wrote and you don't know what zero-sum means. It's ok, let me dumb it down a notch and see if you get it this time:

    - by your logic, the customers would "punish" the bank by never going to that bank after getting scammed.

    - the bank would scam as many people as it could, making a bunch of money in the process.

    - by the time the bank runs out of suckers, the same corporate officers create a new bank, with a new name, rinse and repeat.

    If all we had were customers "taking their business elsewhere" in a "free market," we'd be constantly taking it up the ass from unscrupulous corporations. These corporations that you worship so much are paper entities, and there are infinitely many of them, making reputation tracking infeasible.

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  • Flame0001

    Flame0001

    March 11, 2015, 2:11 am

    Not necessarily. If we know that it can be x digits long, we can theoretically say that it would take up y amount of bytes. Saying "number of atoms on the planet" is as theoretical as "size of digits on a hard drive". His question absolutely has merit and has a real answer, you're just too caught up trying to prove him wrong to realize it.

    Besides, there are studies being done in quantum computing on how to encode multiple bits on an electron for instance by the angle of its rotation, making multiple bits per atom or electron or what-have-you a very real possibility.

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  • MaxK

    MaxK

    March 11, 2015, 3:24 am

    Correct. Because if you create an industry regulatory organization, then on a long enough timeline someone within that organization will desire to pass a law that benefits his or her own interests or self.

    For instance, if healthcare lobbyists can offer congressmen millions in private donations or benefits, real estate deals, sports tickets or other perks, they will eventually find one or several (or many) congressmen who will accept those benefits in return for vocalizing a particular stance on the healthcare debate. So the money trumps the biggest player.

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  • citizenmouse

    citizenmouse

    March 11, 2015, 9:37 am

    Well you're the one telling me to read it, so you should provide an actual link.

    That still really doesn't go into what the law would actually entail, it was quite vague and just went into a sort of dissertation about people being fucked over by law enforcement/the criminal justice system.

    That being said, from what I can gather this law was enacted by primarily male lawmakers and voted in by at least equal parts of males. This really has just as much if not more to do with the unfair standards and stereotypes men hold up about one another than any female engineered conspiracy to abuse males. If you want to get pissed of at someone, blame the law makers and idiots who vote for stupid laws.

    It is extremely unreasonable (and bigoted) to pin that on an *entire sex/gender*.

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  • soowoo

    soowoo

    March 10, 2015, 8:11 am

    It was lots of random stuff, which the majority of, I have somehow lost. I bought lots of clothes (One time we spent $1,200 at a Lacoste store), sunglasses (bought $400 gucci frames that I lost the next day, so bought $300 ray bans a day after). I took 2 of my friends with me to Chicago and I also ended up buying them lots of things, thinking that they would repay me. Lots of money were spent in hotel rooms, on meals, drinks, very good suites, etc. I spent $2,000 in a weekend in one of the hotels (We would just buy whatever, I remember getting a bottle of Don P at 4 in the morning once) (One of my favorite hotels that I stayed at was park hyatt, which I'm now banned from). Also, I payed for around 5 escorts that, if I remember correctly, cost around $300 each. My biggest purchase was a new $30,000 car, which I had to return 2 months after I bought it since I never made a payment on it (not even a down payment) and never planned to. I think I ended up losing $8,000 on the car cause of minor damages and things, so technically I only spent $8,000 on the car which would make my total spendings around $48,000, but you could also say I spent the $30,000 since I did "buy" the car. Other things were minor things like digital cameras (which i lost) , a laptop , a new apple ipod (which I left at the Chicago public library the day after I got it), lots and lots of money on alcohol and weed, and lots of misc things.

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  • shylock

    shylock

    March 11, 2015, 1:33 am

    If you're throwing money away, and are not within a year of graduating, get away from school for a while. What you want to do sounds romantic and you may think it will help you, but doing what I tell you would benefit you more. You are young, and know you want to wake up and smell the coffee, but you also want to go on a romantic vacation to do it and my belief is that this is the wrong direction to go for you right now. You'll only waste a year at most, so no big deal. Thinking is not what you need to do. Get a working class job and bust your ass at it... and read Hamlet before bed when you come home exhausted at night. That's my advice. Go to paris after you've graduated and have a job, and have a ball.

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  • waddupeverybody

    waddupeverybody

    March 10, 2015, 10:03 am

    As mentioned previously, yes you can tell when someone else is counting (fairly easily actually just based on playing/betting decisions). It was more difficult with the trackers of course, but what happened actually was that they noticed I was counting and chased me down after I left to come talk to me. Turned out to be nice guys.

    I was a bit sloppy at the start, but I was playing very low bets $5 - $20 only just to get practice in. No one cares about someone betting that low and such a small spread.

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  • recreational

    recreational

    March 10, 2015, 8:03 am

    "This is how sociologists talk about causation and volition and behavior. It's marked by an extremely high level of non-understanding."

    So you can't be bothered to read the article. You can't be bothered to read the replies. All you seem capable of doing, it seems, is trying to name drop and pose pedantically while not actually having anything for an argument beyond "You can't PROVE that". While not actually understanding anything like an academic, legal or scientific standard of proof, rendering the point an absurd comedy.

    I'll ignore for the moment that you're trying to namedrop your fucking SO's schooling in Psy-freaking-chology while maintaining that the circuit-destroying tau proteins found in football players' brains couldn't possibly prove a link between their dementia and suicides. But for the future, psychology? Not exactly the gold standard for falsifiability, even by human science standards.

    You: "What I said was that there was no way of establishing a causal chain from brain tissue to 'craziness' to suicide."

    Me paraphrasing you: "there's no causal chain from brain damage to insanity to suicide."

    You: "I didn't say that. You really are hard of thinking, aren't you."

    Should I continue? This thread is buried so there seems little chance of anyone else being contaminated by your proudly obstinate idiocy.

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  • annodomini

    annodomini

    March 10, 2015, 10:05 am

    Hmm. There can be ideas that no one thinks of until relatively recently which can still be explained to a high school student. There are tons of examples of this; Cantor's diagonalization argument can be explained to an 8 year old, and yet it was only discovered at the end of the 19th century.

    The fact that no one thought of it does not mean that it is inherently difficult, just that there's an angle that no one looked at until relatively recently. Sometimes this is a case of having some insight that no one else had, and sometimes it's a case of just studying something that no one else has thought of studying before.

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  • mathieui

    mathieui

    March 10, 2015, 9:19 am

    Well, maybe you can look forward to a customized Archlinux, this distro has the best boot time i've ever seen. But, at the beginning, you have nothing, so you just have to use tools that are included into the distro to make it an user-frienly and "instant-on" distro with the software you want.

    For example, a friend of mine made with those tools a live cd that boots in about a minute, and about 20 seconds when installed.

    (but I doubt it'll help if I give it to you, he made it with other softwares, like abiword, xchat, and other things, and available only in french ; and I don't know how he managed to do that, but I seems to work with any kind of hardware)

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  • DigitalEvil

    DigitalEvil

    March 10, 2015, 2:16 pm

    From my personal experience, I don't really agree with that. I bought a used car 5 years ago with that very thought that new cars would not be worth it. I figured if I drove it carefully enough, I would be able to resell it for a good price 5 years down the line or so. I am regretting the decision now.

    My car still gets me from A to B but it is not much more. It has had lots of issues that were not considered normal but happened anyways. Ones that could have been prevented with a new vehicle. If I were to reconsider my options now, I would have gone with a newer or completely new vehicle. I can resell but it would be for a larger loss than expected and the next car I would get would require a decent investment on my part. Something I can't afford with my upcoming continuation of student loans. My vehicle is not the best one to be driving long distances in either and since much of my commute is becoming ever longer in distance, this poses a future issue that will present itself in the coming year.

    A new car would have had me paying a little more per month but would allow me to not worry about all the issues I am having now with my used vehicle.

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  • bcisme

    bcisme

    March 11, 2015, 9:39 am

    >The fact that you question the quality of Dirk Kuyt and Javier Mascherano just re-enforces my view that you read about football more than you watch it.

    The fact that you think Dirk Kuyt and Javier Mascherano are quailty re-enforces my view that you blindly support Liverpool.

    Dirk Kuyt is a decent player. He is solid, he works hard, he puts in a good effort, he isn't a top offensive player. Look at the top teams and tell me, is Dirk Kuyt going to score and provide more than any of these players, Anelka, Arshavin, Henry, Messi, Diego Milito, Kaka, Diego, Diego Forlan, etc etc etc? For a second striker or a wing forward, he is OK. He doesn't score and provide like a quality player.

    As for Mascherano, I don't even know why this is an issue, Rafa doesn't even start him anymore. He is a player that is very one dimensional. He isn't a top midfielder, as evidenced by him riding the bench this season.

    >[Igor Biscan is] my bet to be the new manager of the Italian national team after the next World Cup.

    Really? I wold take that bet. I highly doubt that a non-Italian will ever coach the Italian national team.

    I'm not saying that Liverpool aren't better, or worse, than they were, but the question here is whether or not Rafa is the coach to get them over the hump. They have a window here, where they must capitalize on having two of the best players in the world (Gerrard and Torres, of course). Also, Xabi Alonso leaving (and not really replacing him, who knows if Aquilani can play in the EPL), as well as signing, and selling, Robbie Keane, really weren't moves in the right direction.

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  • theglassishalf

    theglassishalf

    March 10, 2015, 2:31 pm

    That's interesting, though it seems apparent that there was no real economic growth in the past nine years, and yet inequality skyrocketed. Conversely, in the war and postwar (1945-) period, there was rapid growth and no increase in inequity.

    As for your edit: I must seriously question the authors' assumptions. The authors are suggesting that high inequity causes political choices which later retard growth. However, the most recent "boom"/bust is entirely inconsistent with that theory. Tax policies that encouraged inequities were adopted, and left in place. The inequity did indeed come, but the growth over time was near zero. The new, "redistributive") policies (reversing the Bush tax cuts, etc.) had not yet even been proposed when the economy fell off a cliff. Therefore, the retardation of growth could not have been caused by policies that discouraged inequity, because effect cannot come before cause.

    However, the paper, while incorrect in the details of the causation, is correct as to the big picture: high inequity of wealth retards growth over the long term.

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  • iheartnerds

    iheartnerds

    March 10, 2015, 8:30 am

    As a girl who frequently gives her (redditting) boyfriend head, I have to know, HOW DO YOU PREVENT/ALLEVIATE/NUMB YOURSELF TO LOCK JAW?

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