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  • Disconnekted

    Disconnekted

    March 11, 2015, 5:15 am

    I'm pissed at EA for the same thing. I like tiger woods and usually buy it every year just for giggles. TW09 was fifty bucks and I really enjoyed it. This year, TW10 was sixty bucks and now... 2 months after release there are about 10 new courses available for $7.50 a piece. After I just dropped a decent chunk of cash for this game, they want to just pound it home with another $75 for courses that really should have just been included. I'll be damned if I am going to pay more for the DLC than the game itself.

    Pisses me off.

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  • ddrt

    ddrt

    March 11, 2015, 3:08 am

    For the most part, those who are hurt usually don't call the police. I witnessed someone, down the street from me, who was beaten and helped him to the sidewalk to get out of the street. Others came over, who did not know him, and tried to help (although all they were doing was trying to get him to say random things, drunk assholes) and I was sure he had a concussion. I called 911 to get an ambulance to come and they started yelling at me "don't call 911!". He couldn't even stand on his own and they wanted me to hang up the phone. This was clearly not their call and none of their business so I told the woman on the phone to send an ambulance and a police officer. I feel I did the right thing also.

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  • nowayno

    nowayno

    March 10, 2015, 12:19 pm

    Some mornings, I still imagine that my mom is singing this song, which she sang every damn day of my childhood:

    "This is the day, this is the day that the lord has made, that the lord has made, we will rejoice, we will rejoice and be glad in it, and be glad in it."

    [This part even louder, as improbable as it seems.]

    "This is the day that the lord has made. We will rejoice and be glad in it. This is the day, this is the day that the lord has made."

    [Two seconds of blessed silence.]

    Repeat the above.

    And repeat.

    And repeat.

    And...

    -

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  • strolls

    strolls

    March 11, 2015, 9:03 am

    He's in Australia. In a previous exchange with them about his 8 dogs - but one of them is expecting puppies, about which he is very excited - he posted a letter from this agency. All the address was blacked out apart from, IIRC, New South Wales as the last line.

    I have to agree with you about landlords. The place should be completely yours until you leave, at which time the landlord should expect normal wear and tear. Any landlord who is upset about the condition of the apartment isn't being realistic about the economic transaction.

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  • Tigeris

    Tigeris

    March 11, 2015, 1:33 am

    Keep at it. Given, I'm lucky in and of the fact that I'm a band nerd. Joining the marching band at my university has given me more than I ever imagined it would. [And Notre Dame has a kickass marching band btw].

    I'm a junior now amd I have a diverse group of friends. There's the marching band kids, my freshman year hallmates, there are the physics majors, there are the kids I met in the dorm lounge sophomore year, there's my friend from music theory, the kid I sit with on the bus and that guy named John who just seems to pop up everywhere for no apparent reason.

    Point being, you never know where you're going to run into somebody who you could have an awesome time with. College is less clique-ish than high school. Hang out in your dorm lounge, stay up unreasonably late, leave your door open, talk to your hallmates when you pass them in the hall, go to football games, stay to talk a while, say hi to that cute guy who sits beside you in psychology. There's no one way to make friends, you just have to be open to it.

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  • swetron

    swetron

    March 10, 2015, 10:06 pm

    I don't think M&Ms are that common here. We have something similar called Nonstop. I don't eat that kind of candy anymore though. But I remember I usually just peeled the coating of and ate the chocolate inside.

    I had to put down my two cats a year ago. Bought mice after that and have two horses since earlier.

    World famous? Hmm. I don't really like ABBA, Roxette, ace of base and such. And don't really know who is famous outside of sweden. And basshunter is an asshole so..

    I do like some of the early albums (Isola) by Kent though. And I like Lykke Li. And early The Ark. And I could go on but oh well.

    I like my men slender, and they usually look good in them. But not to tight.

    Beer. I don't drink though.

    They are white. But I scribbled all over them.

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  • MonsterEnergyGuy

    MonsterEnergyGuy

    March 11, 2015, 6:24 am

    This is something that is usually done immediately! When people are in a relationship in the early stages, they tend to want to flaunt their mate around. They want to brag to their friends that this boy/girl is theirs.

    If you haven't met your significant others friends yet, perhaps he/she doesn't feel comfortable introducing you, perhaps they feel embarrassed about you. Although they see you as awesome, they feel that their friends won't reciprocate the feeling.

    As you said "Is there a point when if one person hasn't done so it means that they aren't serious?" That may be the case in your relationship. Or could it mean that you're significant other hasn't had time to introduce you. You can try taking initiative first by introducing YOUR friends to your mate and see if he/she does the same.

    Now I'm just talking hypothetical so anything could go. And next time it would be helpful if you add in more details rather than 2 sentences.

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  • seagullnoise

    seagullnoise

    March 10, 2015, 9:38 am

    1. ~70% of our economy is reliant on consumption.

    2. Wages for the average American have been falling.

    3. Wealth is being increasingly concentrated in the hands of a few.

    4. One household can only consume so much, meaning the a wealthy family can only use their wealth to consume a limited amount of goods, yet we have to have economic growth.

    5. Average consumer continues to fuel economic growth through consumption, which is financed through the excess capital possessed by the wealthy made available as credit.

    6. Eventually this debt load becomes untenable. Aggregate demand falls off, consumers are unable to meet creditors demands as economy stumbles, wages decrease, and jobs are lost. The wealthy stop lending to finance consumption. Economy stumbles further.

    7. 2009: The government initiates government spending to grow aggregate consumption, dulling the pain slightly. The government takes on the debt burden of the consumer.

    8. ?

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  • danbert2000

    danbert2000

    March 10, 2015, 1:30 pm

    I'm sort of in the same boat. I went to a large Canadian school and lived in a residence hall the first year. It was great, the floor was a small family, and we all ate together at the mess hall. I had a lot of fun (maybe too much fun!). This year, I moved into an apartment with some friends and suddenly felt very alone. I felt like my own island. It dawned on me that most of my friends were proximal friends (due to shared interests-- fine, I smoked a lot of pot, OK?). I decided I had to get out. I guess I just wanted to say that you're not alone. Consider transferring if it gets anywhere close to depression. Good luck!

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  • flatlander30

    flatlander30

    March 10, 2015, 10:23 pm

    I can weld, MIG and arc but mostly only the quality sufficient for farm work. Can operate hydraulic presses and cut steel on bandsaw machines, so with the welding and grinding that's some minor fabrication.

    In the farmwork vein, I can also grow crops (using plows/harrows/livestock etc... not really "making" something but growing it I guess).

    Using basic woodworking tools and equipment framing houses and building simple cabinets, framing windows and placing glass. Its basically all just farmwork I guess hahah.

    **Edit:**livestock

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  • ElectricRebel

    ElectricRebel

    March 11, 2015, 3:42 am

    First, why, after 30 years (or 15 years, if you count Clinton's update), did it finally inflate a bubble starting around 2003 and then blow up in 2007-2008?

    Second, you didn't address how the CRA loans were only a small percentage of the loans that failed.

    Third, the CRA did not have anything to do with rich people in Sarasota, Florida and Scottsdale, Arizona bidding up house prices.

    Fourth, you failed to address how the CRA forced the investment banks and insurance companies to gamble 30-1 with CDOs, SIVs, CDSs, etc. If these derivatives were merely to spread risk, then they shouldn't have resulted in massive leverage.

    Fifth, you failed to address the deluge of deregulation that I cited happening in parallel with the CRA.

    Sixth, you failed to address the lack of financial panics during the strong period of regulation between 1933 and 1981.

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