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  • 10 days ago
    Comment ttubravesrock

    The only time I ever raise my voice is when I'm calling for my dogs. Even then, my voice doesn't carry very far. I can tell that people know when I'm disappointed without me having to change the volume of my voice. I see no real purpose in yelling at people, kids or adults.

  • 12 days ago
    Comment ttubravesrock

    why would they care?

  • 1 month ago
    Comment ttubravesrock

    Seems like a decent list, but their definition of "this year" is different from mine!

  • 1 month ago
    Comment ttubravesrock

    This bill really, really shows the bias of certain news sites.

    Look at how each major news site covers this and see the variance.

  • 1 month ago
    Comment ttubravesrock

    I know a jury ruling isn't hard science, but this could get really interesting.

  • 2 months ago
    Comment ttubravesrock

    Is there any precedent for a homicide charge in this case? I get that 1) she took drugs, 2) she breastfed knowing that she took drugs, and 3) she was probably aware that drugs are bad for the baby. However, even if those three criteria are met, don't the prosecutors still have to prove that 4) she breastfed the baby with tainted breastmilk with the intention of killing the baby?

    Or is manslaughter included in the definition of 'criminal homicide' that she is reported to be charged with?

  • 5 months ago
    Comment ttubravesrock

    I read your article. Is Hannity officially affiliated with Trump in any way besides being a client with the same lawyer? What does this have to do with impeaching Trump? That's the part I'm not understanding. Last I heard, Hannity was a talk show host who hated Obama and for some reason loves Trump. That's as far as the affiliation goes as far as I know. Why should I care that Trump's lawyer had Hannity as a client at some point?

  • 5 months ago
    Comment ttubravesrock

    I don't get it. Why is this a bombshell or a big deal?

    Can someone ELI5?

  • 5 months ago
    Comment ttubravesrock

    I would say that if you are happy with Kindle and don't make any other Amazon purchases, that would be in line with the spirit of the boycott. I don't intend to boycott Amazon though.

  • 5 months ago
    Comment ttubravesrock

    If I recall, Microsoft has been heavily involved with Linux since they got rid of Ballmer. Microsoft is a platinum level member of the Linux Foundation.

    https://www.linuxfoundation.org/membership/members/

  • 5 months ago
    Comment ttubravesrock

    Yeah, my wife is on antidepressants and the doctor specifically warned her about how you can't just "decide one day to quit taking them." If you want to get off them, ask your doctor and they can get you off of them over a course of several months. However, it's dangerous to just try to quit.

    That doesn't stop my mom from proudly trying to quit without her doctor's help.

  • 5 months ago
    Comment ttubravesrock

    I won't say never, but I rarely talk about facebook in real life.

    I remember one motto I've always lived by regarding social media (including snapzu) and the internet in general is "don't put it on the internet if you don't want everyone you've ever known to see it" Once smart phones came around (I didn't have my first smart phone until 2013) I just assume that anything my camera lens can see, everyone can see, anything on my screen, everyone can see, anything my microphone hears, everyone can hear, anything played through my speakers, everyone can hear, and so on.

    It's an unfortunate reality of the digital world we live in. I wish we had privacy, and I'll do my best to vote for privacy, but I live my life (especially my digital life) as if I were an open book. For me to say that personal privacy laws are an important issue to me would be untrue.

    ...All of that said, I live in the middle of nowhere Alaska on 40 acres off grid because I value my privacy. Just because I don't live under a false pretense of actually having digital privacy doesn't mean that I don't like my privacy.

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  • 5 months ago
    Comment ttubravesrock

    how is this a bombshell? I thought everyone assumed that ALL fb users had their personal data taken.

  • 5 months ago
    Comment ttubravesrock

    hmm... I'm an adult out of college and making enough money to not be considered poor and my answers to some of these questions could make it seem like i'm having trouble making it.

    Have you gone an entire day without eating in the past month? possibly, but maybe it's been more than a month

    Have you skipped meals in the past month? multiple times, at least twice a week!

    Have you slept in a place not intended for housing? does spending the night in my car because I don't want to get a hotel room count?

    Have you not known from one day to the next where you would sleep? I got back from vacation and was snowed OUT of my house. I couldn't get any rental equipment out there, and the contractor quotes that I got were the same as 4 months of mortgage payments, so I spent a week not knowing where I would sleep until I found a friend who happens to have an empty yurt because she got married and moved in with her husband. So yes.

    Not to downplay what a lot of students are going through, but the questions presented in this article are VERY biased towards positive answers. I don't know what the entire survey looks like. Only the questions in the article.

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  • 5 months ago
    Comment ttubravesrock

    I wonder what the cost of sugar is at the hospital though? (in America, not the rest of the world)

    $1400/oz?

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  • 6 months ago
    Comment ttubravesrock

    Good article. this is a scary precedent. At the time, Alaska is very clear that all waterways are state owned. http://dnr.alaska.gov/mlw/nav/nav_policy.htm

    The only waterways we have that have limitations are deemed 'wild and scenic' which means no motorized boats are allowed.

  • 6 months ago
    Comment ttubravesrock

    My property is zoned so that the only thing I can't build on my property is a correctional facility. As long as I can get a stamped drawing from a nuclear engineer, I can build a nuclear power plant on my property.

  • 6 months ago
    Comment ttubravesrock

    In the background of some of those pictures, it still looks fairly resort-like. The beach looks awesome. I wonder how easy it is for someone to get there.

  • 7 months ago
    Comment ttubravesrock

    I would be screwed!

  • 7 months ago
    Comment ttubravesrock

    Maybe true, but that doesn't mean we should "forget Ebola, SARS, and Zika."