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Binro the Heretic

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Electric Fan Delays Florida Governor Debate
10/16/14, 15:24

Well, our gubernatorial race is off to a bang-up start.

I'm so fucking proud of my state right now.
What would happen under a Republican Senate?
10/16/14, 13:20

I hate saying it, but maybe things will have to get way worse before people fight to make it better?
Donald Duck: Plastics Inventor
10/14/14, 15:05

I think ducks are to Donald what apes are to us. His kind lost the ability to fly, but gained fingers for using tools.

Also, dogs are to Goofy what apes are to us. That's why Pluto is still so primitive, although possessed of a greater intelligence than a standard canine.

Pluto's sort of a canine parallel to a chimp.
Donald Duck: Plastics Inventor
10/14/14, 14:50

It's sort of a backlash to the hype made by the plastics companies.

Plastics were touted as a miracle substance that would replace all other construction materials. Of course, all this was coming from the advertising department, not the chemists & engineers.

When consumers soon realized plastic had its limitations, it became the butt of a lot of jokes.
What is the Evidence for Evolution?
10/14/14, 14:45

Evolution is just a fancy word for change. If a species loses a set of limbs, that qualifies as a change.

I'm sure , like many people, you've made the mistake of thinking evolution is some force working to produce a final ultimate product.

I blame that old inaccurate depiction of "The Ascent of Man" with the various monkeys, proto-hominids and cavemen walking in a nice tidy line behind a dapper chap in a business suit.
Lights Out - a short, short horror film
10/14/14, 03:48

I guess that's my biggest problem with a lot of the recent horror movies. If there's no hope of stopping the monster or at least escaping it, then you're just waiting for all the characters to die.

True, my generation had stuff like the "Friday the 13th", "Halloween" and "A Nightmare on Elm Street" franchises, but it took three or four sequels for the monster to become utterly unstoppable. At least the characters were in there with a shot at survival.
Lights Out - a short, short horror film
10/13/14, 17:04

You mean Robert Blake telling the guy "I'm in your house right now."?
Lights Out - a short, short horror film
10/13/14, 16:12

The first one that really got to me was the original "The House on Haunted Hill" with Vincent Price.

When the secretary stands up and the "ghost" is only inches away from her, I think my heart actually stopped.
Lights Out - a short, short horror film
10/13/14, 16:11

It's good, but it's kind of a distillation of the modern approach to horror:

1 - Isolation

2 - Jump scares

3 - Unstoppable supernatural force

I miss the old horror flicks like "The Omen", "Poltergeist", Cronenberg's "The Fly" and "The Prince of Darkness".

Yeah, I know. I'm an old fart.
Is Active Learning Right For poeTV?
10/13/14, 09:44

"Prick"

"Douchebag"

"Dog-fucker"

"Asshole"

"Fuckwit"
Chia Zombies
10/13/14, 06:36

Gotta get that hand.
Dropbox employees argue with neighborhood kids about who gets to play soccer
10/12/14, 14:55

That shit is ALWAYS going on.

If we stopped living our daily lives until all these big complex problems so far out of our power to control are resolved, we'd never get any living done.
Dropbox employees argue with neighborhood kids about who gets to play soccer
10/12/14, 14:53

Yes. The kids could play there anytime they wanted without someone coming up and telling them to clear out because they wanted to use it.
Dropbox employees argue with neighborhood kids about who gets to play soccer
10/12/14, 08:24

Adam,

One of the kids said that. The programmers ignored him.
Tales of the Gold Monkey
10/12/14, 07:07

SPOILER ALERT!

It was brass, not gold.

No, seriously.

I can remember this being on at about the same time as that show with Bruce Boxleitner playing mighty whitey hunter Frank Buck.
Dropbox employees argue with neighborhood kids about who gets to play soccer
10/11/14, 17:57

The kids, who probably don't have all that much to begin with, are worried a thing they love and enjoy is being taken away from them and they feel powerless to prevent it.

It doesn't matter to them that the cost to reserve the field is (to many people) a small one. It doesn't matter that the guys who reserved the field followed the rules. It doesn't matter to them that those guys live in that area and pay taxes. Those are all perfectly logical and valid defenses of paying to reserve the field. The kids, though, are not operating on logic, here.

I also have to admit I'm a little bothered because it looks like this system is vulnerable to abuse. Each and every person in the group of techies can probably afford to lay out thirty bucks each. Hell, they could probably lay out way more than that. If they really wanted to be assholes, what's to stop them from coordinating their efforts and reserving the field every hour of every day for a week or two, or at least reserving the prime hours when those kids can get on the field to play?
Baby Bottle Feeding Monster Koi Fish
10/11/14, 17:03

"SQUELCH!"
Dropbox employees argue with neighborhood kids about who gets to play soccer
10/11/14, 14:14

It's not just about the field or the hour the tech guys want to use it or the thirty bucks they paid to do so.

The longtime residents are worried about being pushed out by gentrification, which is a very real possibility. The newcomers are making zero effort to overcome the hostility directed at them.
Dropbox employees argue with neighborhood kids about who gets to play soccer
10/11/14, 14:10

Okay, speaking as someone who grew up in a family that didn't have a lot of money and who lived in mostly poor neighborhoods, let me tell you how the long-time residents of the neighborhood are more likely to perceive this situation:

1 -The soccer field used to be a big asphalt lot. It was shitty and not as much fun to play on as a real field, but it was theirs to use any time they wanted.

2 - Suddenly, the field is fixed up with Astroturf and becomes a much better place to play. Looks like someone finally cares.

3 - Oh, wait, they only fixed up the field because rich people are moving into the neighborhood and someone wanted to find some way to make the "public" park only for people who could pay for it.

It may or may not be accurate, but that's how they most likely feel.

And the newcomers, instead of reaching out to the longtime residents, only show up to exclude them. Diplomacy is a two-way street.
Dropbox employees argue with neighborhood kids about who gets to play soccer
10/11/14, 13:39

When the neighborhood resents you because you're using economic power to displace them, telling them they have to leave the field because you paid money to play on it probably isn't going to make them happy.

How long have these fees to reserve the field been in place, anyway?

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