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Postby Spud/Grant on Thu Nov 27, 2008 3:41 am

so, anyone with knowledge of the Us of a, which is probably most people here, im very disappointed that Obama won.

give me your thoughts, im not serious often.
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Postby SoNegative on Thu Nov 27, 2008 3:52 am

RACIST

edit: and please, a little credit, Wolf. I have almost 600 posts. I'm practically on fire.
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Postby Spud/Grant on Thu Nov 27, 2008 4:06 am

god dammit. i give you a leash, and you light it on fire.

surprisingly enough, i don't agree on really anything Obama says.
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Postby MEKofTheMEKkingdom on Thu Nov 27, 2008 5:56 am

Spud/Grant wrote:god dammit. i give you a leash, and you light it on fire.

surprisingly enough, i don't agree on really anything Obama says.

You like Hilary better?
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Re: Clt thought of the Day/ Some amusing news

Postby Spud/Grant on Thu Nov 27, 2008 6:55 am

MEKofTheMEKkingdom wrote:
Spud/Grant wrote:god dammit. i give you a leash, and you light it on fire.

surprisingly enough, i don't agree on really anything Obama says.

You like Hilary better?


God no.
I'd rather have McCain win, but jeez, he's not that good either.

I'm a libertarian.

Fuck it, Fuck politics altogether.
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Postby ed atiln on Thu Nov 27, 2008 8:52 am

Spud sure starts this forum thing going.
And then we go back to the dickbrush discussion and he goes away.

Obama's change doesn't seem good really...
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Postby Lone Wolf01 on Thu Nov 27, 2008 12:25 pm

SoNegative wrote:and please, a little credit, Wolf. I have almost 600 posts. I'm practically on fire.


I went by posts per day, you've been here for more than 2 and a half years, :P

As for Obama, I'm for him being the first black President, but I don't really care what he actually does. The wonder of being outside of the US.
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Postby Cheshy458 on Thu Nov 27, 2008 2:29 pm

Lone Wolf01 wrote:The wonder of being outside of the US.
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Postby SoNegative on Thu Nov 27, 2008 4:19 pm

Spud/Grant wrote:
MEKofTheMEKkingdom wrote:
Spud/Grant wrote:god dammit. i give you a leash, and you light it on fire.

surprisingly enough, i don't agree on really anything Obama says.

You like Hilary better?


God no.
I'd rather have McCain win, but jeez, he's not that good either.

I'm a libertarian.

Fuck it, Fuck politics altogether.


Libertarian? I hope you've prepared your adult life for constant disappointment, because You will never win.

Completely privatised social security? Little/no business regulation? Zero government assistance for things like healthcare and welfare? Government isn't all bad, you know.
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Postby Fulgrymm on Thu Nov 27, 2008 5:32 pm

Meh, I'm a socialist. I do think business regulation to protect the middle and lower classes from being exploited and abused is important, as well as public health care. I'm all for freedom of the people, so long as that freedom doesn't involve infringing upon others' basic human rights.
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Postby MEKofTheMEKkingdom on Thu Nov 27, 2008 5:34 pm

I enjoy a good bowl of soup.
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Postby cheeselovingtree on Thu Nov 27, 2008 5:52 pm

Lol
I'm with MEK on this one I think
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Re: Clt thought of the Day/ Some amusing news

Postby Spud/Grant on Thu Nov 27, 2008 11:35 pm

haha, politics just piss me off.

you're right, without a governmental system, everyone would be dead right now.
but still, i'm not following it,.

let's stop talking about it:/
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Postby Cheshy458 on Fri Nov 28, 2008 8:27 am

I'm siding with Fulgrymm on this.
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Postby SoNegative on Fri Nov 28, 2008 4:39 pm

Fulgrymm wrote:I'm all for freedom of the people, so long as that freedom doesn't involve infringing upon others' basic human rights.


I'm not sure if that's really archetypal socialism - the liberal democracy in Australia essentially does all that you've said you wanted in a political system. Socialism is more about spreading the wealth beyond just the basics of survival to bring people on more of an even keel. Liberalism is about not spreading the wealth at all and leaving each man/woman/child the spoils of their labour (sounds good in theory).

The bad guys from Bioshock? Libertarians.
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Postby Fulgrymm on Fri Nov 28, 2008 6:09 pm

Except Australia's government seems intent on parenting the citizens, if their draconian video game laws are any indication. I want people to be able to make judgment calls like that on their own, without government intervention. But then that also requires that people be educated and intelligent enough to make decisions on their own without simply gravitating to bad choices because they are easier. It's a shitload of work to educate the entirety of the human race so that the government need not be a parent so much as be a civil service. I can see why governments let the masses be stupid and just make all the decisions for them.
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Postby SoNegative on Fri Nov 28, 2008 11:36 pm

The root of our classification problem is the lack of an R18+ rating for video games (they only go as high as M15+), hence why many of the more hardcore games are banned from the Australian market. This was, in my mind, more of an oversight than an actual attempt to censor the Australian videogames market. And unfortunately the federal government can't just make the Office of Film and Literature Classification (the dudes who rate our games) add an R18+ rating to put the issue to rest - it has to be agreed upon by each of the state governments. From what I gather, all but one state (South Australia) is happy to play ball.

As for government interventionism, isn't that socialism in a nutshell? Unless you're one of those fangled socialist democrats, in which case it's only half true :p
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Postby Spud/Grant on Sat Nov 29, 2008 1:10 am

you kids and your video games.
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Postby MEKofTheMEKkingdom on Sat Nov 29, 2008 4:34 am

Spud/Grant wrote:you kids and your video games.

Dammnit Spud, you ruin every thread you post in.
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Postby cheeselovingtree on Sat Nov 29, 2008 4:56 am

at least he attempts to. It's kind of boring really.
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Postby Cheshy458 on Sat Nov 29, 2008 8:08 am

Maybe he's having a tough time in life. Are you ok Spud? :smug:
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Postby cheeselovingtree on Sat Nov 29, 2008 1:19 pm

Whatever's wrong spud we sympathise
and I don't care if you attempt to mess up threads really- like most things it's easily fixed
Worker dies at Long Island Wal-Mart after being trampled in Black Friday stampede

A worker died after being trampled and a woman miscarried when hundreds of shoppers smashed through the doors of a Long Island Wal-Mart Friday morning, witnesses said.

The unidentified worker, employed as an overnight stock clerk, tried to hold back the unruly crowds just after the Valley Stream store opened at 5 a.m.

Witnesses said the surging throngs of shoppers knocked the man down. He fell and was stepped on. As he gasped for air, shoppers ran over and around him.
"He was bum-rushed by 200 people," said Jimmy Overby, 43, a co-worker.

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainmen ... 753966.stm
Ok so apparently some batman story just fucked the shit out of batman and bruce wayne's dad is a dick or something
Batman's alter ego Bruce Wayne has apparently been killed off in the latest issue of the superhero comic. The story - Batman RIP - sees Batman shot by villain Simon Hurt, who claims to be Wayne's father Dr Thomas Wayne.

Morrison told BBC News there would be "a lot more twists and turns to come" before the story was finally resolved

In the final scene, Hurt tries to escape in a helicopter after shooting Batman.

But the wounded superhero throws himself at the helicopter, causing it to crash. The comic story ends without a frame showing Wayne's body, however

Frontrunners to take over as Batman include Tim Drake, who has been Robin since 1991, and Dick Grayson - the original Boy Wonder - who now protects Gotham City as Nightwing

The whole R.I.P. story line has me pissed off beyond believe. If anything is going to make me quit main stream super hero comics. Check this shit out:

1. Alfred had an affair with Bruce's mother and is actually Bruce Wayne's real dad.
2. Thomas Wayne, who is alive by faking his death, hired Joe Cool to kill Bruce and his Mom but Joe Cool couldn't kill a kid.
3. Thomas Wayne has been the one sending villians out to destory Bruce and ultimately Gotham

Presuming joe cool was the burglar who killed brucies mum and dad
This sounds like bullshit to me. Shock value via silly plot twists doesn't make a story good.
It seems to me like they thought "hey. Captain America dying was cool. Let's do that shit."
and man, no one ever stays dead anyway. Spider man's aunt may has even come back from the dead a few years back and seems to be immortal or something.
I guess this shows the bipolar nature of comics, since there are so many different writers doing different things with characters, things will never stay the same which kinda makes things shit. I think the only superhero who has stayed dead was the original captain mar-vell (cancer got him, if I remember correctly- I know, it's actually kind of funny).. but it doesn't matter because he has a son who is basically the same.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/27933878/
The grandparents of a young Arizona boy charged in the shooting deaths of his father and another man told police that the 8-year-old was capable of the crimes.

"I knew this would happen," she said. "They were too hard on (the boy). I knew (the boy) did it. He spent the night in my bed cuddling up to me. I had a feeling he did it. If any 8-year-old boy is capable of doing this, it's (the boy)."
Police have said the boy planned and methodically carried out the killings of his father, 29-year-old Vincent Romero, and 39-year-old Timothy Romans.

In the documents, officers describe a quiet boy, who initially was not considered a suspect in the case. In the police interview, the boy admitted to firing at least two shots at each of the men.

Documents show that Romero was shot four times, and Romans was shot six times.


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Postby ed atiln on Sat Nov 29, 2008 1:26 pm

cheeselovingtree wrote:also turn your name into a face http://turnyournameintoaface.com/
it will be back soon

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Postby cheeselovingtree on Sat Nov 29, 2008 2:19 pm

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/7746292.stm
A mother has told an inquest how she accidentally flushed her baby down a toilet before hiding his body in her car boot.

Claire Jones became pregnant after an affair with a work colleague but hid her condition from friends and family.

She said she did not realise she had given birth to Daniel until she flushed the toilet at her partner's parents' home in Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan.

Ms Jones tried to revive him but "panicked". The hearing is continuing.

Ms Jones, of Pontnewydd, Cwmbran, told the hearing she did not reveal her pregnancy, telling friends and family, including David Stoneman, her partner of 11 years, that a wheat allergy had caused a hard mass to form in her stomach.


I wish I had done something more, but I just panicked. I miss him every day
Claire Jones

But on 28 December last year, a week after her due date, she experience pains which she put down to diarrhoea.

She told the inquest: "While I was still on the toilet, I flushed it, and I felt something pull. I stood up slightly, and I could see a foot in the bowl of the toilet."

Cardiff Coroner Mary Hassell asked Ms Jones if she realised she had given birth. Ms Jones replied: "No".

She said the baby was underneath the water covered in toilet paper.

Ms Jones broke down as she said: "I could see the baby's foot, so I pulled the baby out.

'Towel'

"I sat by the toilet. I put him on my lap. He wasn't crying. I was trying to feel for a pulse and there was nothing."

Mr Jones was asked why she did not call for help. She said: "Because nobody knew I was pregnant. Because he wasn't breathing, I just panicked. I didn't know what to do."

She said she tried to revive him by blowing into his mouth and massaging his heart.

She said: "I just kept trying and trying, and it wasn't working. There was nothing I could do. He was blue.

David Stoneman and Marcus Bezerra
David Stoneman, who was Claire Jones' partner, and Marcus Bezerra (right) her work colleague

"I wrapped him in a towel. I don't remember how, but I must have put him in the boot of the car."

The inquest heard Ms Jones was arrested 10 days later at the home in St Mellons, Cardiff, she shared with Mr Stoneman and Daniel's body was found in her Vauxhall Astra car.

A post-mortem examination found Daniel weighed seven-and-a-half pounds, but could not confirm if he died before or after birth.

Pathologist Andrew Davison said Daniel was likely to have drowned if he had survived the birth.

Ms Jones said she "blocked out" what happened, and did not remember Daniel was in her car until police arrested her.

Following a trial at Cardiff Crown Court in August, she was given a 48 weeks' suspended jail sentence for concealing the baby's birth.

She told the inquest: "I wish I had done something more, but I just panicked. I miss him every day."

'Mess'

She said she planned to leave Mr Stoneman, and her work colleaque Marcus Bezerra, who was aware of the pregnancy, bought items for the baby in preparation for his birth.

When asked why she did not leave Mr Stoneman before the baby was due, she replied: "Things had got in such a mess with the two relationships. I didn't want to hurt anybody. I just messed everything up."

The hearing continues.

Her own picture says everything I think about this:
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Student arrested for 'passing gas' at Fla. school

2 days ago

STUART, Fla. (AP) — A student at a Florida school has been arrested after authorities said he was "passing gas" and turned off his classmates' computers. According to a report released Friday by the Martin County Sheriff's Office, the 13-year-old boy "continually disrupted his classroom environment" by intentionally breaking wind. He then shut off some computers other students were using.

The Spectrum Junior-Senior High School was arrested Nov. 4.

A school resource officer placed the boy under arrest after he confessed about his behavior, according to the report. He was charged with disruption of school function and released to his mother.

EVERYYYY BODY FARRRRTS
SOMETIMES

http://www.iop.org/News/news_32027.html
According to the international space agencies, “Space Weather” is the single greatest obstacle to deep space travel. Radiation from the sun and cosmic rays pose a deadly threat to astronauts in space.

New research, out today, Tuesday, November 4, published in IOP Publishing’s Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, shows how knowledge gained from the pursuit of nuclear fusion research may reduce the threat to acceptable levels, making man’s first mission to Mars a much greater possibility.

The solar energetic particles, although just part of the ‘cosmic rays’ spectrum, are of greatest concern because they are the most likely to cause deadly radiation damage to the astronauts.

Large numbers of these energetic particles occur intermittently as “storms” with little warning and are already known to pose the greatest threat to man. Nature helps protect the Earth by having a giant “magnetic bubble” around the planet called the magnetosphere.

The Apollo astronauts of the 1960’s and 70’s who walked upon the Moon are the only humans to have travelled beyond the Earth’s natural “force field” – the Earth’s magnetosphere. With typical journeys on the Apollo missions lasting only about 8 days, it was possible to miss an encounter with such a storm; a journey to Mars, however, would take about eighteen months, during which time it is almost certain that astronauts would be enveloped by such a “solar storm”.

Space craft visiting the Moon or Mars could maintain some of this protection by taking along their very own portable “mini”-magnetosphere. The idea has been around since the 1960’s but it was thought impractical because it was believed that only a very large (more than 100km wide) magnetic bubble could possibly work.

Researchers at the Science and Technology Facilities Council’s Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, the Universities of York, Strathclyde and IST Lisbon, have undertaken experiments, using know-how from 50 years of research into nuclear fusion, to show that it is possible for astronauts to shield their spacecrafts with a portable magnetosphere - scattering the highly charged, ionised particles of the solar wind and flares away from their space craft.

Computer simulations done by a team in Lisbon with scientists at Rutherford Appleton last year showed that theoretically a very much smaller “magnetic bubble” of only several hundred meters across would be enough to protect a spacecraft.

Now this has been confirmed in the laboratory in the UK using apparatus originally built to work on fusion. By recreating in miniature a tiny piece of the Solar Wind, scientists working in the laboratory were able to confirm that a small “hole” in the Solar Wind is all that would be needed to keep the astronauts safe on their journey to our nearest neighbours.

Dr. Ruth Bamford, one of the lead researchers at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, said, “These initial experiments have shown promise and that it may be possible to shield astronauts from deadly space weather”.


http://www.drugs.com/news/religion-may- ... 14920.html
Attending a weekly religious service, regardless of your faith, may lower your risk of death by 20 percent compared to people who don't attend services, researchers are reporting.

"Religion is always a hot topic, but particularly now, when people are perhaps in fear because of the recession and the threat of terrorism, people are looking for stability, and religion is something we find people reach out to for that stability. And, we see some health benefits here," said the study's lead author, Eliezer Schnall, a clinical assistant professor of psychology at Yeshiva College at Yeshiva University in New York City.

"Maybe it's the sense of community, or the support, or maybe people are less depressed when they join in religious services," he said, adding that the researchers tried to control the data to account for many of these factors, but "we have not completely explained it all."

Results of the study were published in the current issue of the journal Psychology and Health.

The study participants came from the large Women's Health Initiative observational study, and included nearly 95,000 women from all over the United States. The women were all between 50 and 79 years old at the start of the study.

When the study began, each woman filled out extensive questionnaires regarding health history, health behaviors, psychosocial factors, demographics and religion. Medical information was obtained yearly for each study volunteer, and the average follow-up time was 7.7 years.

Before adjusting the data, there was no significant difference in the risk of death between regular religious service attendees and those who chose not to attend. Schnall noted that there were many reasons why this could be so. But the main reason, he said, could be that people who go to religious services every week may be in better physical shape. "Maybe they're just healthy enough to go to services," he said.

When the researchers adjusted the data to account for physical health, age, ethnicity, income, education, social support, important life events and life satisfaction, they found that weekly religious service attendance was responsible for a 20 reduction in the risk of death. Attending less than once a week was responsible for a 15 percent drop in the risk of death.

But, attending religious services didn't improve the risk of death from cardiovascular disease or improve heart outcomes, the study found.

Although the study noted a decreased risk of death, Schnall wouldn't say that the prescription for good health is to attend religious services regularly.

"I'm not saying our study yields such a prescription, but our findings are intriguing and we do at least have some ideas of why there is a benefit, but we have not completely explained it all," he said.

Dr. Harold G. Koenig, founder and co-director of the Center for Spirituality, Theology and Health at Duke University Medical Center, called the new research "a very well-done study that provides good, well-controlled evidence that religious attendance is related to lower mortality."

"And, they [the researchers] show it's not just the social factor, it's not just the behavioral factors, and it's not just that some people might be too sick to be able to go to church. The researchers controlled well for these, though they still don't explain it all at the end," said Koenig.

"But," he added, "that doesn't mean there are supernatural effects, just that we don't fully understand the mechanism by which religion does this yet."
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Re: Clt thought of the Day/ Some amusing news

Postby SoNegative on Sat Nov 29, 2008 5:06 pm

How do you mistake a baby for a shit? I don't believe a fucking word of that.
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