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  • hivpoz

    hivpoz

    March 10, 2015, 8:13 pm

    Look... reality check. Abstinence has proven to be difficult for people to do. Everything else is somewhere on the spectrum of low risk to high risk. Don't take my advice - I'm some anonymous guy on Reddit that likes hockey and fucks guys. I'm not a doctor.

    You've got the internet - do your own homework and decide for yourself what level of risk you're comfortable with. Personally, I have made the decision that the risk associated with oral sex is low enough that I'm ok with it. Anything else, I wouldn't do unless I was in a monogamous relationship and we were both the same HIV status.

    Your CDC says that in 2006, they estimated that there were 1.1 million adults and adolescents in the United States with HIV. That's a shit-load of people, many of whom have no idea that they're infected, aren't getting treatment, and are therefore pretty infectious.

    Sitting in the waiting room to see my HIV doc, about half of the guys appear to be gay men, but there are a very surprising number of university aged women.

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  • ssylvan

    ssylvan

    March 10, 2015, 11:12 pm

    I think the problem with all the C replacements is that they recognize that they will never be able to overcome C's inertia no matter how much better they are, so they decide to "go big" with loads of extra stuff on top of the "portable assembler++" which is what you'd really want to compete directly with C, so that they can win for applications programming. See e.g. Bit C et al. They all beat C on its own game, but then they go off and add type inference and closures etc. which complicates things.

    I really don't think broken arrays, pointers, conditionals, etc. make a significant difference in implementation complexity. I'm not talking about anything doing anything fancy here. A 2nd year CS student would be able to write a compiler for the kinds of things I'm talking about with very little effort.

    In practice, I think we're stuck with C just by sheer inertia. All I'm saying is that we shouldn't pretend it's a good language for the programmer. In fact, if someone told me they thought C was a great language I'd see that as a worrying indication that they haven't quite understood it.

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  • mredd

    mredd

    March 11, 2015, 7:27 am

    Some Israelis are terrorist sympathizers, some Americans are, some Palestinians are, I'm sure they are some in every country. You claim all Palestinians are because that's what most Israelis think. You are an Israeli and that was the point I was making.

    Terrorism is attacking non-military targets for political purposes. Israel certainly does that, for example with the attack on civilians in Gaza earlier this year. Over 400 children were murdered then -- obviously civilians.

    How many were killed in these "massacres" you talk about. How many have been killed or ethnically cleansed by Israel?

    Thanks for admitting that non-Jews are second class citizens in Israel. Do you think that is normal in a civilized society?

    You claimed that I don't understand what I read. I ask you what that is. I'm not "twisting your words", that is really what you said. Are you now saying that you lied?

    >> It's clear that you are just out to spread some lies here.

    > Nice the way you present what you're doing as if it were my intention.

    You are clearly lying here while I am not.

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  • SAugsburger

    SAugsburger

    March 11, 2015, 3:01 am

    I could see a lot of people who know about portable players still using CDs because they still have a CD player in their vehicles that they don't feel like replacing or because they are audiophiles who want the highest quality money can buy, but I would be shocked that many people would want CDs due to ignorance of downloading music to a computer or to a portable player.

    I knew people back in 2000 that weren't very tech saavy at all that knew how to rip CDs. Increasingly a lot of people's MP3 collections were downloaded off the internet although an increasing percentage are legit.

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  • anonymous-coward

    anonymous-coward

    March 10, 2015, 2:41 pm

    Because their program is *technically* peaceful until some point where it isn't.

    It looks like they are trying to get within spitting distance of the Bomb under the treaty.

    Even spitting distance is a game changer. After that, everyone will know that a bomb might be months away, even if one isn't built. And a potential enemy will always be thinking "We can't attack Iran because we know they can build a bomb and our analysts say there is a 34% chance they already have."

    So even an possible bomb is a deterrent. Ask Israel. They don't have Bombs either.

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  • Sideshowxela

    Sideshowxela

    March 11, 2015, 2:52 am

    I transferred to PSU from UW to be with my girlfriend, and I regret nothing. The class sizes are smaller, the teachers are every bit as good (I would argue I've had better teachers at PSU, but I only took a few quarters at UW so I'm giving them the benefit of the doubt), and the campus is a lot more integrated with the city. I've had quarters with a couple hours between classes, and it's very easy to just walk off campus and go to Powell's, or the art museum, or Pioneer Place, etc.

    Since I moved here from WA, I've only been going part time so that I can get in state residency status. I'll become a full time student paying in state tuition this upcoming winter quarter.

    I know Portland has one of the nation's highest unemployment rates, but finding a job was actually pretty easy. I have two part time jobs, one through the school and one at a local hotel, and I got both of them with just about a week's worth of searching/applying. I still see a lot of adds in store windows of businesses looking to hire help, so if you're just looking for something to pay the bills while you go to school, there ARE jobs to be had.

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  • Daisydaisy

    Daisydaisy

    March 11, 2015, 6:45 am

    He tells me he loves me every day.

    He tells me that I am beautiful every day.

    He is a great listener.

    He writes me long letters and emails filled with warmth and dreams.

    He drives several hours to see me. Whenever I mention the distance, he says it was worth it.

    He is totally a romantic, knight in shining armor, complete with bringing me roses.

    On Valentine's Day we went to Borders and read each other sweet children's books.

    We can do anything together and have fun. We watch movies and play video games and cook and learn to dance and go for walks and talk.

    I miss him every moment we're apart. We fit together so well. I know that I will spend the rest of my life with him.

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  • CDLTO

    CDLTO

    March 10, 2015, 11:38 pm

    It was great but it was too damn busy. It's clear that a good proportion of people are there just because it's an opportunity to have a crazy time downtown, which is actually pretty cool, but ends up making it impossible to move on the sidewalks. Next year they should close even more streets, including sections of Yonge and Queen.

    Massey Hall was very cool. If you went there but missed them working with the lights then you missed the best part of the show.

    The carnival on Bay Street was great for a laugh.

    I heard the Royal Conservatory of Music had the best show of the night, but unfortunately I missed that one. :(

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  • djepik

    djepik

    March 10, 2015, 6:56 pm

    Hmmm I think nomp hit the nail on the head when he talked about "fun" activities for a date. If this girl is "extremely outgoing and social", it sounds like she'd have a better time doing something active / different / extroverted. Watching a movie is nice (and can indeed lead nicely into cuddling) but she seems like she'd rather *do* something than sit on a couch and watch a movie.

    I'm thinking you're probably still good to go for a second date, you've just gotta change the approach. You sound pretty extroverted too (being more comfortable talking to her in class with lots of people around) so, a date involving lots of people could be good (not necessarily a "group" date, but even a concert / show / going to a pub would be good)

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  • bottar

    bottar

    March 11, 2015, 1:30 am

    I use Drupal professionally to build a corporate product, a large scale website. I also use it for a small personal project. I've used Drupal for many scenarios.

    My 2 cents. I don't like PHP. For that reason alone I was hesitant to start using Drupal in the beginning. I have a lot of C experience. I also love Python. I know OOP. Drupal not fully utilizing OOP for everything is a great strength. Yes I said that! I've written many modules for highly customized functionality. I've modified and fixed existing modules as well. The simplicity of the hook system is great. It's easy to understand, implement, and extend, it works well. Klugy because it's based on modules names, but I blame that on PHPs lack of namespace. I question ones ability when they say something lacks simply because it's not OOP. OOP is not a silver bullet. OOP does not need to be every where. You shouldn't use a class when all you need is function. Does the user interface suck? I think it does. But I don't view Drupal as a CMS. I see Drupal as a framework with a lot CMS stuff for free out of the box. It's a mature PHP framework that can do just about anything. Yes, the learning curve is steep, because it's quite powerful. It lacks an ORM out of the box, but it's not a big deal for Drupal. If your too lazy for that, go some where else, it's OK, we won't miss you. But don't just point out a couple flaws and yell "It Sucks!". Guess what, Drupal scales well. It has a great caching system of it's own. When everything is stored in the DB it becomes trivial to scale the front end, just add more hardware/bandwidth as needed. If you need some things to not go into the DB, it's usually not hard to change that. Especially if you know PHP. Drupal is enterprise level ready. So please, don't gripe because it's to much for you to handle.

    Now if we can only have something as good as Drupal written in Python.... I hope Django can get there.

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