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81  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: New game - Describe a movie in 2 sentences or less. Snark encouraged. on: March 07, 2012, 12:55:54 PM
Bourne Identity: Man forgets who is he is, remembers how to kill people.

Bourne Supremacy/Ultimatum: Man kills people. Director forgets to read book movie is named after.
82  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: New game - Describe a movie in 2 sentences or less. Snark encouraged. on: March 07, 2012, 12:53:23 PM
Hook - Grumpy exec has mental breakdown. Hugs kids.
83  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: DC universe Reboot/Relaunch on: March 06, 2012, 01:19:51 PM
Enjoying what I've read so far, which has been Batman, Batgirl, Batwoman, Detective Comics, and Catwoman. Supergirl too, which has been an interesting one. I like the artwork in all of them, and the stories have been pretty good. Lots of tie-ins as well.
84  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Motorola Droid on: March 04, 2012, 02:50:39 PM
How are you liking the Droid 4, ATB? I'm very torn on which direction to go with my next phone, so any feedback would be great.
85  Non-Gaming / Trading Forum / LF: MW3 for PS3 on: March 04, 2012, 02:16:24 PM
Hit me up if you're interested in selling or trading it!
86  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: The 2012 Health Improvement Thread on: March 02, 2012, 03:32:47 PM

Quote from: Gratch on March 02, 2012, 02:58:37 PM

Sounds cool Ron, good luck!

At the urging of both Pete and Trent Steel, I did actual squats for the first time in 20+ years this morning.  I've been avoiding them because my lower back is such a mess, but I'm actually feeling pretty good afterwards.  I didn't do much weight (one set at 135 and two at 145), but it didn't put as much strain as I remember on my back.  Felt strange to go back to a lift I haven't done since college.

If you haven't squatted for 20 years, I would strongly recommend starting at well below those weights and going through the range of motion for a week or two, focusing on core stability and balance. Then slowly build the weight up. I am a HUGE fan of squats as an exercise, but if you have a history of back problems, jumping into squatting an adult female isn't probably the best way to get back into it.
87  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: The 2012 Health Improvement Thread on: February 27, 2012, 01:39:45 PM
Dude, 4 lbs a week is huge. That's one of the biggest sustained weight loss rates I've ever heard of without surgery biggrin Great job!
88  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: The 2012 Health Improvement Thread on: February 20, 2012, 01:55:26 PM
Most of your "core exercises" shouldn't involve any movement. In truth your core is mostly intended for stabilization. Planks should make up the majority of any work you do with your core. Front planks, reverse planks, side planks. Hold them for increasing amounts of time as your strength improves. Situps mostly work your hip flexors, which are important, but are not your abdominal muscles slywink
89  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Who is Apple going after this week? on: February 17, 2012, 02:49:29 AM

Quote from: leo8877 on February 16, 2012, 07:42:30 PM

I found another one:



This is exactly to someone's point earlier. Some of the tablets above had most or all of the ipad's functionality. Apple didn't make something light-years ahead of the rest in terms of what it could do. They made something that had a superior form-factor. It looked purty.
90  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: 17-Year-Old Drops After Eating Only Chicken Nuggets Since Age 2. on: February 14, 2012, 04:13:03 PM
My step-dad is an MD who specializes in hormonal stuff. A few years ago he had to treat a 19 year old male who had grown breasts from the estrogen in fast food chicken. Of course, this guy really did eat McDonald's chicken nuggets for lunch and dinner 7 days a week.
91  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: R.I.P. Whitney Houston on: February 13, 2012, 03:31:25 PM

Quote from: hepcat on February 13, 2012, 03:26:41 PM

In Australia, plumbers perform onstage to sold out audiences and have movies made about them?  Christ, you people are boring.   Tongue

Nope. In Australia we've developed some of the same, weird obsession with 'celebrity'.
92  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: R.I.P. Whitney Houston on: February 13, 2012, 03:11:54 PM

Quote from: rshetts2 on February 13, 2012, 12:59:55 PM

The interesting thing is that Crux mocks those who mourn Whitney, defending his point based on one bad aspect of her life.  So hes accusing those mourning of focusing on her singing ability, while he derides her based on her drug addiction.  I think Crux is the one we should mourn, his must be a dark, sad life if he can only acknowledge what is bad in a person.  Based on that we should mourn no one.  People all have their good and bad attributes.  We are the sum total of that.

Dude, you clearly didn't get my point. I'm not really judging Whitney for her drug addictions. Terrible waste of talent, terrible waste of opportunity. I was deriding the double standards of our society. It's ok to be an addict if you have some artistic talent - then you're a "tortured artist". But if you're a plumber with a drug addiction then you're a loser, a waste to society. I'm not knocking Whitney per se - I don't approve of the choices she made, but my approval doesn't matter in the slightest - it was her choices to make, and her life to do with as she chose. She chose, and her life is over tragically early as a result of those choices. I am judging a society that holds the ability to sing or throw a football above that of the ability to perform a complex heart surgery, or rush into a burning building to save a life.

I'm not trying to be 'superior' as someone put it earlier in the thread. I'm sharing my thoughts and opinions on an internet message board. I don't pretend to know with absolute certainty that I am right and any of you disagreeing or arguing with me are wrong. I do know however with absolute certainty that this is my opinion and I'm entitled to it. I like being a part of a community where we share these opinions in a polite and respectful manner.

I live a happy, fulfilling life. Don't weep or mourn for me - it'd be a terrible waste of your time and emotional energy.
93  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: R.I.P. Whitney Houston on: February 12, 2012, 09:32:04 PM

Quote from: Bullwinkle on February 12, 2012, 08:36:08 PM

So it's a messed up society that celebrates a person for their talent?

It's the type of talents our society idolizes people for that makes our society messed up. She sang songs. She had a beautiful voice. Our society makes her and people like her a point of obsession.

Quote
So, in your opinion, what was the most important thing about her?

You know, I don't know.. because I don't know her. I'd sure hope it wasn't her voice. She was born with a fantastic set of vocal chords. If that is what defines her a person rather than the choices she made in her life then she wasn't much of a person. I'd care far more about what sort of friend/mother/sister/person she was to the people around her and that she met in life than her winning the genetic singing lottery. She didn't choose the latter, but the former is the choices that define who she really was. And that's why she should be mourned or not mourned. You people are sad over the loss of a voice, not a person.
94  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: R.I.P. Whitney Houston on: February 12, 2012, 07:35:32 PM

Quote from: Bullwinkle on February 12, 2012, 06:02:42 PM


But you throw away probably the most important thing about her as though it wasn't important.

It's like saying if Sherlock Holmes wasn't good at solving crimes, people would just consider him a coke head, so we should ignore him.

I wanted a more real life example, but there you go.

Maybe if people hadn't looked at her and said "The most important thing about her is her voice" then she wouldn't have turned into a crackhead. Who knows? But I would say that her voice wasn't the most important thing about her at all. It just happens to be the only thing most people cared about. That's why I weep for our society.
95  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: R.I.P. Whitney Houston on: February 12, 2012, 05:15:54 PM

Quote from: The Grue on February 12, 2012, 04:11:00 PM

Quote from: Bullwinkle on February 12, 2012, 03:51:15 PM

Quote from: Crux on February 12, 2012, 01:27:24 PM

The world only noticed her because she could sing. The world will only miss her because she could sing. I don't weep for Whitney Houston. I weep for a society that weeps for her.

Wow.

I weep for you.

I'm fairly indifferent to Whitney, personally, but if you've never been moved by an artist to the point where you'd write something ridiculous like that, I don't think there's much hope for you.

Isn't he normally the one with the cross for an avatar?

Lol no. My avatar is normally a constellation, Crux Australis, which is above my homeland of Australia slywink

I'm moved by artists all of the time. I love music, and it is a huge part of my life. My point is this: If Whitney Houston couldn't sign, society would consider her a crackhead. Normal people would cross the street to avoid her walking down the street. But because she can sing, people who have never met her will mourn simply because she has a good voice. The very fact you think I'm "lost" because of this is exactly the thing I'm talking about. There are people far more worthy of our society's tears that a crack addict who happened to be a good singer.
96  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: R.I.P. Whitney Houston on: February 12, 2012, 01:27:24 PM
The world only noticed her because she could sing. The world will only miss her because she could sing. I don't weep for Whitney Houston. I weep for a society that weeps for her.
97  Gaming / Portable Gaming & Apps / Favorite WebOS Game? on: February 08, 2012, 02:52:42 PM
Any touchpad people out there have favorite gaming apps they want to share?
98  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: samsung galaxy nexus on: February 06, 2012, 05:21:09 PM
It really depends what you are looking for. I have an original droid. I've run it unrooted, with Pete's Bugless Beast, and with Cyanogenmod. To me, Pete's Bugless Beast is the best. It is fast, stable, and clean. Cyanogenmod adds some really cool features, like locked-screen gestures. But, my droid just doesn't have the horsepower to really handle it. I noticed a huge slowdown for me with Cyanogenmod vs PBB, so I went back to the latest of PBB and am happy as a clam (really just biding time now til I have a compelling reason to buy a new phone...the droid Razr Maxx is tempting me!).
99  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: The 2012 Health Improvement Thread on: February 04, 2012, 11:25:27 PM
I'm back to being paleo + some cheese and it just amazes me the differences compared to when I was just eating what is normally considered 'healthy'. I spent 3 weeks overseas where I was surfing, paddling in surf skis, doing pullups, pushups, running and swimming every day (I'd typically get 3 of those done in a day, sometimes more). I ate decently well, but didn't try to avoid any types of foods. Ate when I was hungry, stopped mostly when I was full. I put on some muscle mass, and along with it body fat.

I came back and have been paleo for 1 month after being non-paleo for about 6 months or so. In one month my body fat has dropped, my energy levels have improved, I am sleeping better, I am less tired... the list goes on and on. Now I just need to get time to seriously lift weights again. I typically weigh in around 160-165. At my peak I was deadlifting a little over 300, and did a single set of 20 squats at 215lbs. Sets of 15-20 pullups weren't a big drama for me. I'm a long ways off that right now, but my back and shoulders are very strong thanks to the swimming and pullups.

The key is finding something that works for you, that you can keep doing long-term. I've realized for me that is a grain-free diet, with a little cheese here and there. The exercise is an important factor for overall health. Strength training is a must for any person. I personally am a huge fan of Mark's Daily Apple and his workout philosophy which boils down to this:

Twice a week, lift heavy things.
Four times a week, move slowly/play (low level aerobic activity)
Once a week, sprint (all-out effort).

The lift heavy things can be done in four exercises. Pushups. Pullups. Squats. Planks. You can branch beyond that if you want, and I would encourage it, but not really necessary. Feel free to do with it what you want, but it might be helpful to some of you.
5 times a week do a low intensity workout (like walking).
100  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Desperately need Cisco, UC, UCS engineers (Central US) on: February 03, 2012, 01:13:04 PM

Quote from: TK-421 on February 02, 2012, 07:19:23 PM

That depends, what is your Holiday Inn Express to Super 8 sleepover ratio?

I have never stayed at a Super 8, but have stayed at Holiday Inn Expresses, so it is technically INFINITY!
101  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Desperately need Cisco, UC, UCS engineers (Central US) on: February 02, 2012, 07:12:27 PM
I am not a CISCO engineer. But I am an engineer and I bought a TV at a COSTCO. Is that close enough?
102  Non-Gaming / Political / Religious Nonsense / Re: National Popular Vote: Good or Bad Idea? on: January 13, 2012, 02:47:38 PM

Quote from: Razgon on January 13, 2012, 08:35:51 AM

If a large enough percentage of your population votes for the Crazy Party, shouldn't they be represented, no matter what you think about them? Isn't that the basis for Democracy?

Let's say that only 5% of your population does. In the situation I'm listing above, that party representing 5% of the population actually has a HUGE impact - their legislative impact can in fact significantly outweigh that of a party that wins 20 or 30% of the vote. That's the problem with political coalitions.

For the record, I despise the two-party system.
103  Non-Gaming / Political / Religious Nonsense / Re: National Popular Vote: Good or Bad Idea? on: January 12, 2012, 11:25:14 PM

Quote from: TiLT on January 09, 2012, 08:13:53 AM

I believe the best thing that could happen for the US, politically, would be for every vote to count individually, regardless of state (I guess that's what national popular vote means?) and to get rid of the winner-takes-all mentality. I say this as someone who lives in a country where both these things are in effect already, and it works very well. It's rare for a single party to get a majority vote, so they have to cooperate with other parties. These could even be some of the smallest parties as long as it gets them the majority, which means that even fringe opinions could end up having a certain degree of power.

The problem is this could mean fringe opinions garner huge amounts of power. Party A gets almost the number required to run the show. Party J is a crazy left-wing environmental group who is the only ones willing to broker a deal with Party A, and puts them into control. Party J now holds Party A hostage frequently, getting crazy legislature passed so that Party A also gets what it wants. How is this healthy?
104  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / samsung galaxy nexus on: January 09, 2012, 08:29:15 PM
Does anyone around here have 1 of these bad boys? My droid is dying by the minute and I am in the market for a new phone. Reviews seem positive but I would like some impressions from a person who actually lives with it
105  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: GT Community: Pick your favorite PC game of 2011 on: December 25, 2011, 02:24:39 AM
Battlefield 3.
106  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Identical Twin Boys, Become Brother and Sister on: December 19, 2011, 03:24:39 AM
One of the big problems with our society is that there is such a thing as 'girls toys' vs 'boys toys'. They are toys. Boys and girls shouldn't be pressured into playing with certain types of toys by society based on their genders.
107  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Post your holiday loot... on: December 12, 2011, 07:32:40 PM
My loot: 2 days in Vegas, 2 weeks in Australia and 1 week in Fiji. Who needs stuff? biggrin
108  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: How fast can you type? (Typing test) on: December 10, 2011, 03:26:00 AM
Adjusted between 75 and 80, 0-3 errors. I find quotations slow me down in a huge way.
109  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: I passed! I'm now a 4th Dan on: November 30, 2011, 03:34:40 PM

Quote from: USMC Kato on November 30, 2011, 06:40:47 AM

So is it true that when the Crane Kick is done correctly, there is no defense?

Hehe. I actually teach jump front kick to my white belts as a way to help get them working hard and developing their balance and coordination.
110  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: I passed! I'm now a 4th Dan on: November 22, 2011, 01:42:13 AM
Congrats Ron. I started martial arts with Tang Soo Do, and it holds a special place in my heart. You should be both proud and humble regarding your accomplishment!
111  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: EU bans claim that water can prevent dehydration on: November 20, 2011, 08:36:57 PM

Quote from: Rumpy on November 20, 2011, 08:34:28 PM

Way for the EU to go against scientific fact.

Way to not read any of the follow-up discussion or further information about the ruling slywink
112  Non-Gaming / Trading Forum / Re: WTB: Wii Games! on: November 11, 2011, 12:49:17 PM
Great. Thanks!
113  Non-Gaming / Trading Forum / WTB: Wii Games! on: November 10, 2011, 11:31:47 PM
Hit me up if you're interested in selling any of yours. I'm unfamiliar with titles at the moment, so don't be shy! Hit me up either in PM or here.
114  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: [College Football] Joe Paterno Retiring - scratch that, Fired! on: November 10, 2011, 09:06:18 PM

Quote from: gellar on November 10, 2011, 07:22:53 PM

Let's go over what happened:

Some had called for him to resign immediately because of his response to allegations brought to him in 2002 by a graduate assistant, who said he had seen retired defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky, now 67, sexually assaulting a young boy in a shower at the campus football complex.

Paterno reported the allegations to his boss.


That certainly puts a different spin on things, and is far more specific than what I originally heard (which was just that someone had reported a vague wrong-doing on the part of Sandusky to Joepa). With that, I would say the only out Joe really gets is if his AD comes to him and says "We spoke to all parties concerned, nobody says anything happened and nobody wants to press charges of any kind." Even then though I wonder what police procedure is with regards to allegations of child abuse. Do they need a complaint from the victim in order to investigate?

Understand I'm not trying to make excuses for Joe. It appears the information I gave my initial reaction from was incomplete, and I'm very wary of jumping on lynching bandwagons when there's large room for error. The room for error certainly appears to be decreasing somewhat. I still don't know that he should have been fired 100% right now given that we don't have the full story, but perhaps the board of trustees knows more than we do.
115  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: [College Football] Joe Paterno Retiring - scratch that, Fired! on: November 10, 2011, 06:58:05 PM
Quote from: Crux
But the question is, did he know of raping kids?... if he knew and did nothing then he's a scumbag who pretends to live to higher ideals.

Quote from: gellar
See that's where you and I differ on opinion.  If someone says 'hey, I'm pretty sure Steve on your team is raping some kids', my first response would be to go to my VP and tell him, sure.  But if my VP does fuck all, my next move isnt 'OH WELL, DID MY PART.'  My next move is calling the cops.

Can you explain to me the part where we differ exactly? To me the big unknowns are exactly what he was told originally. What he passed on to the AD. And then if there was ever ANY sort of closure given to him regarding the matter. Eg did the AD come to him later and say "Joe, we looked into it through all the proper channels and it turns out it was a false alarm". Or did the whole thing just disappear into a black hole of everyone pretending nothing happened?

Those are two very different things. Don't act like I'm defending the guy for what he's done. I'm not. I'm simply saying we don't know exactly what he's done yet, so throwing the rope over the tree limb might be a bit premature. That's all.
116  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: [College Football] Joe Paterno Retiring - scratch that, Fired! on: November 10, 2011, 05:26:47 PM

Quote from: gellar on November 10, 2011, 04:20:42 PM

Quote from: Crux on November 10, 2011, 01:39:23 PM

Quote from: Isgrimnur on November 09, 2011, 04:01:37 PM

When I was a manager, my people were my responsibility.  If I needed help from higher ups to investigate/resolve an issue, I could seek help, but I was still involved and usually the one taking direct actions. 

I thought the whole society of a football team was that the head coach was THE BOSS to everyone below him, especially since most of them bring their personnel with him.  If all he did was hand it off to the people above him and leave it at that, I consider him to be a poor manager.  We'll never know the specifics of what he did or didn't know for sure, but he's still this guy's boss and should have been involved.  Reports to higher ups about issues like this shouldn't be a black hole and a hand washing. 

But he's not a manager in a business sense. He's a football coach. About two years ago, we fired an assistant soccer coach for having a relationship with one of her players. The head soccer coach wasn't held responsible, and wasn't involved in the process in any way beyond being asked what he knew about her indiscretions. Most Athletic Directors are going to get information from their coaches, not involve them in the firing of employees unless there is reason to do so. I had to fire the coach of the swim team once as Associate AD - nobody from the swimming program was involved, and I know when anyone gets in trouble, it isn't broadcast for all to know about. Heck I still don't tell people why the swim coach was fired and that was years ago now.

We're not talking about knowing an employee did things against the employee handbook, we're talking about knowledge of raping kids.  His obligation as a human fucking being outranks his obligation as the head football coach.

Right. But the question is, did he know of raping kids? If not, then how do we blame him? It isn't his job to go investigating claims against his Assistant Coach or anyone else related to his program accused of wrong-doing. In fact, he'd probably get in trouble for doing so because there's protocols in place for these kinds of things. If he knew, then sure. He should have made sure something was done. No doubt about it. And if he knew and did nothing then he's a scumbag who pretends to live to higher ideals.

Time will tell. I'm just not eager to lynch the guy based off the fact that he reported some level of wrong-doing to the authorities he was *supposed* to, whose job it is to deal with these kinds of things.
117  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: [College Football] Joe Paterno Retiring - scratch that, Fired! on: November 10, 2011, 03:58:39 PM

Quote from: morlac on November 10, 2011, 02:31:01 PM

Joepa is not just another coach.  He is Penn State University and is/was the most powerful coach in college footbal.  You are miataken if you think his input would not be taken into account on any firings.
I'm sure your swimming program is nice but comparing it to a multi million dollar footbal factory is not accurate. 

Every athletic department has its own politics and culture. I find it interesting that you talk as though you know with 100% certainty what Penn States' is. In all reality, it would depend entirely on the nature of the firing. As with the assistant soccer coach, if her firing was related to her performance, then you better believe the head coach would have been directly involved. When it happens as a result of her having inappropriate relationships with players, then you better believe they intentionally keep the head coach separate from things so they cannot unduly influence things.

Exactly how they do things at Penn State, who knows? I don't. You don't. A lot of you can suppose how it is because you look at Paterno as some godfather like figure who really 'ran things' from behind the scenes. Penn State will be a multimillion dollar football factory whether or not he is there. And clearly he's not untouchable. Clearly he doesn't make all of the decisions. The way some of you talk, you'd think he could be firing the board of trustees, not the other way around.
118  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: [College Football] Joe Paterno Retiring on: November 10, 2011, 01:39:23 PM

Quote from: Isgrimnur on November 09, 2011, 04:01:37 PM

When I was a manager, my people were my responsibility.  If I needed help from higher ups to investigate/resolve an issue, I could seek help, but I was still involved and usually the one taking direct actions.  

I thought the whole society of a football team was that the head coach was THE BOSS to everyone below him, especially since most of them bring their personnel with him.  If all he did was hand it off to the people above him and leave it at that, I consider him to be a poor manager.  We'll never know the specifics of what he did or didn't know for sure, but he's still this guy's boss and should have been involved.  Reports to higher ups about issues like this shouldn't be a black hole and a hand washing.  

But he's not a manager in a business sense. He's a football coach. About two years ago, we fired an assistant soccer coach for having a relationship with one of her players. The head soccer coach wasn't held responsible, and wasn't involved in the process in any way beyond being asked what he knew about her indiscretions. Most Athletic Directors are going to get information from their coaches, not involve them in the firing of employees unless there is reason to do so. I had to fire the coach of the swim team once as Associate AD - nobody from the swimming program was involved, and I know when anyone gets in trouble, it isn't broadcast for all to know about. Heck I still don't tell people why the swim coach was fired and that was years ago now.
119  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: [Movie] Your Highness on: October 31, 2011, 05:49:04 PM
I made it through the whole thing yesterday. It wasn't great, it wasn't absolutely terrible. Some funny moments, many missed opportunities. Probably the best I've ever seen Natalie Portman look in a movie for what it's worth, and they did some fantastic push-up-bra work with Zooey!

That asides, it was extremely juvenile, and I guess I was left wondering what they could do to make it better - and I don't say that because it was perfect. I guess I just wonder what more they can do with that kind of a take on your typical fantasy film. Besides a better script biggrin The action sequences were good enough, and there were some cool scenes. Just too much bad dialogue, and too many awkward scenes that didn't quite work.

It's a C, maybe a C+ if you're in the right mood for it. But if you don't find the trailer at all funny then it's an F, because the trailer has most of the best of the movie comedy-wise.
120  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: [Movie] Act of Valor on: October 20, 2011, 12:47:21 AM

Quote from: Roman on October 19, 2011, 06:54:03 PM

saw this over @ IMDB last week - I though SEALS' identities were secret?


As a military unit I don't think they have to keep their faces hidden. Unless I'm mistaken, the average SEAL team doesn't do undercover work of any sort, unlike Delta. As in, I don't think they ever go to a target via civilian means.
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