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Ohio Attempting To Stop Tesla From Selling Cars, Again

DarkKnightRadick Re:Meh... (387 comments)

My apologies then.

about 8 months ago
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Ohio Attempting To Stop Tesla From Selling Cars, Again

DarkKnightRadick Re:Meh... (387 comments)

I'm not sure you actually understand the concepts you are talking about.

Dealerships do not create competition. A more apt example of monopolistic practices would be if Ford bought out all the other car manufacturers, thus eliminating competition. Ford selling directly to the public would be a cost-savings benefit, and buying from a dealer would have to show some added value to justify doing so.

Have you never bought something 'factory direct' or 'wholesale'? Why would it be okay to get food, lumber, or other things (raw material or finished product) direct from a manufacturer but not motor vehicles?

about 8 months ago
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Ohio Attempting To Stop Tesla From Selling Cars, Again

DarkKnightRadick Re:punctuation (387 comments)

Maybe it's just a statement of fact that we do remember that time? For it to be an order 'You' would have to be the understood subject if I'm not mistaken. Unfortunately the sentence in question is hardly understandable as to its intent.

about 8 months ago
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US Cord Cutters Getting Snubbed From NBC's Olympic Coverage Online

DarkKnightRadick Re:Cord Cutters? (578 comments)

My telco/ISP/tv provider has told me that for them to participate in the live stream verification, NBC was going to require them to raise the TV rates for all of their customers, regardless of who opted to sign-up for the live stream.

I wish I could vote up your comment, AC, for it is very true. Bend over and smile indeed.

about 8 months ago
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US Cord Cutters Getting Snubbed From NBC's Olympic Coverage Online

DarkKnightRadick Re:Cord Cutters? (578 comments)

The thing is, Charter doesn't even offer service out this way. I'm calling my telco (also my paid tv and fiber provider) to see how I can get live-stream access.

about 8 months ago
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US Cord Cutters Getting Snubbed From NBC's Olympic Coverage Online

DarkKnightRadick Cord Cutters? (578 comments)

I have paid cable TV but not through Comcast or Charter. How will their scheme work for people who have alternates to Comcast, Charter, Dish, or DirecTV?

about 8 months ago
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Ask Slashdot: Developer Responsibility When Apps Might Risk Lives?

DarkKnightRadick Re: The Onus (100 comments)

People can refuse to engage in something they know is unethical or immoral, to hell with C level execs. Refusing to do it will come with consequences, but I'd rather have an empty belly then a troubled conscience.

about a year ago
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Ask Slashdot: Developer Responsibility When Apps Might Risk Lives?

DarkKnightRadick The Onus (100 comments)

You'll probably hear many arguments, either for the developers (which I fully support), to the user (buyer beware), and even some for government enforcement.

I think in this case, only the first two are true:

Developers, I think, have a responsibility of accurately representing the capabilities of their software and not artificially inflating the capabilities of the software (or a phone) past what is 100% true and accurate. However, users also burden the responsibility of doing at least some basic research and taking a common sense approach as to what is truly adequate for a purpose. The government shouldn't interfere at all in an ideal situation, however that will never exist because people - if unrestrained - tend toward what we'd call uncivilized behavior because of lack of threat of immediate consequence.

about a year ago
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Judge Orders Patent Troll To Explain Its 'Mr. Sham' To Jury

DarkKnightRadick Go Judge (117 comments)

People need to hear how these people do business. I imagine the jury will have no problem not awarding this patent troll anything. I wish cases like this were on CourtTV instead of stuff like the People's Court, Divorce Court, and Judge Judy.

1 year,27 days
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Research Shows "Three Strikes" Anti-piracy Laws Don't Work

DarkKnightRadick Three Strikes Laws (133 comments)

Probably the worst idea ever.

Do they prevent any sort of crime?

I've heard of pot smoking vets getting locked up for 10+ years under such stupid laws for nothing more than possession.

Did people (more specifically, politicians) really think they'd work or were reasonable for copyright infringement?

about a year ago
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Could Technology Create Modern-Day 'Leper Colonies'?

DarkKnightRadick Re: I'm not sorry. (452 comments)

I was thinking of a small camera capable of looking into several wave-lengths and/or use as a telescope/microscope (understanding it would have very limited magnification powers), bug-eyed multi-optics would be pretty dang cool and I'd take that option as well.

I'm willing to carry a back-pack. (; Though range-finding, targeting and other, non-weaponized uses would be just as agreeable (though I imagine targeting would be a weaponized use).

about a year ago
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Could Technology Create Modern-Day 'Leper Colonies'?

DarkKnightRadick Re:Definitely a Fine Line (452 comments)

I'll concede that, and I'm not sure if I want my social network data to be used in finding a route (unless I am actually looking to visit my social network contacts). We could base the data on publicly available crime statistics with real-time updates?

about a year ago
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Could Technology Create Modern-Day 'Leper Colonies'?

DarkKnightRadick Re:I'm not sorry. (452 comments)

I don't know, if the titanium plates were mounts for a multi-optic cybernetic implant (and a laser), I might go for that.

about a year ago
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Could Technology Create Modern-Day 'Leper Colonies'?

DarkKnightRadick Definitely a Fine Line (452 comments)

There is definitely a fine line between utility and racism in this case. How does one overcome cries of racism while still maintaining accurate data? One could of course discount race from the algorithms but I imagine having a user rate a neighborhood as 'safe' or 'not safe' or even 'dangerous' does from a technical point. Of course, the wetware inserting the rating could be using race as a reason for the rating.

about a year ago
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US Stealth Jet Has To Talk To Allied Planes Over Unsecured Radio

DarkKnightRadick Re:Ironic (270 comments)

Unfortunately they were too busy making tea to be smug about this latest development.

about a year and a half ago
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Amazon Disables 3G Web Browsing For New 3G Kindle Touch

DarkKnightRadick No 3G and No Touchscreen Keyboard? (206 comments)

I thought technology and features were supposed to increase - not decrease - with each successive generation of product? Is Amazon trying to kill sales of it's own e-reader? To what end?

about 3 years ago
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Kevin Mitnick Answers

DarkKnightRadick Re:brave new world (161 comments)

Government boundaries? This is the same government that continuously gives the Constitution the finger with all the new exceptions to laws that congress critters pass for themselves, with all the new powers they grant for themselves, etc. ad infinitum. I'm not sure he'd have it any better, but it certainly wouldn't be the same.

more than 3 years ago
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Bank of America Cuts Off Wikileaks Transactions

DarkKnightRadick Re:Assange also claimed a poison pill if arrested (467 comments)

True enough. Unfortunately there isn't much one can do about him. I think right now he's doing more harm than good to Wikileaks. They need to go back to leaking stuff unredacted and w/o the threat of blackmail.

more than 3 years ago

Submissions

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The strange case of solar flares and radioactive e

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  more than 3 years ago

DarkKnightRadick writes "The case for radioactive decay has been challenged, by of all sources, the sun itself. According to the article:
"On Dec 13, 2006, the sun itself provided a crucial clue, when a solar flare sent a stream of particles and radiation toward Earth. Purdue nuclear engineer Jere Jenkins, while measuring the decay rate of manganese-54, a short-lived isotope used in medical diagnostics, noticed that the rate dropped slightly during the flare, a decrease that started about a day and a half before the flare."
This is important because the rate of decay is very important not just for antique dating, but also for cancer treatment, time keeping, and the generation of random numbers. This isn't a one time measurement, either.
"Checking data collected at Brookhaven National Laboratory on Long Island and the Federal Physical and Technical Institute in Germany, they came across something even more surprising: long-term observation of the decay rate of silicon-32 and radium-226 seemed to show a small seasonal variation. The decay rate was ever so slightly faster in winter than in summer.""

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Life In 2010

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  more than 4 years ago

DarkKnightRadick writes "First, I would like to thank TheRealGrogan for this comment. Without it I'd still not have a fully updated and patched system. Stupid Windows.

So life in 2010 is going pretty good. On September 1st I start classes at TTCM in their industrial electricity program. Some people (here on /. none-the-less) look at this with some sort of derision, either because of my age or choice of training program. I could easily go into industrial electronics too, but I figure it's no good if you have no electricity.

Why is any trade looked upon with derision (aside from the criminal trades and prostitution), though? Especially here, where one would think that continuing education — no matter where that leads — would be looked upon as a good thing.

Life is good in 2010 so far, let's see how the rest of the year pans out."
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Supermassive black hole is thrown out of galaxy

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  more than 4 years ago

DarkKnightRadick writes "An undergrad student at the University of Utrecht, Marianne Heida, has found evidence of a super massive black hole being tossed out of it's galaxy. According to the article, the black hole — which has a mass equivalent to 1 billion suns — is possibly the culmination of two galaxies merging (or colliding, depending on how you like to look at it) and their black holes merging, creating one supermassive beast. The black hole was found using the Chandra Source Catalog (from the Chandra X-Ray Observatory). The direction of the expulsion is also possibly indicative of the direction of rotation of the two black holes as they circled each other before merging. The story can also be found here."
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QUT physicist corrects Oxford English Dictionary (

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  more than 4 years ago

DarkKnightRadick writes "Dr. Stephen Hughes, a Queensland University of Technology physics lecturer, has discovered an error in the Oxford English Dictionary that has apparently been there since 1911 and has made it's way to every other dictionary in existence. The error, which defines a siphon as working on the principle of atmospheric pressure, was discovered as Dr. Hughes was getting ready to write an article about siphons after viewing the one at Lake Bonney (mis-spelled in the article). Dr. Hughes' article(pdf) — practical example of a siphon at work — is ready for viewing (along with a correct spelling of the Lake's name)."
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Mayan Plumbing Found in Ancient City

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  more than 4 years ago

DarkKnightRadick writes "According to this article on PhysOrg.com, the ancient Mayans had pressurized plumbing as early as sometime between the year 100 (when the city in question was first founded) and 800 (when it was abandoned). While the Egyptians had plumbing way earlier (around 2500BC according to this site), this is the first instance of plumbing in the New World prior to European exploration and conquering."
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Twitter to Go "Unlimited"

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  more than 4 years ago

DarkKnightRadick writes "Most of you who use twitter apps know that there is a rate limit to the API so as not to flood the Twitter servers. Well an article just up on Mashable reveals that Twitter is about to do away with rate limits completely:

The new API is focused around pushing out data to desktop applications in real time. There will no longer be rate-limits for data on desktops — tweets, retweets and all other updates will be streamed directly to the desktop.

"

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Journals

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Twice the Excitement

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  about a year ago

Since last I journalled here, I have survived another bout with cancer (this time osteosarcoma, see my homepage in the cancer section for the long story). This time I come away permanently disabled (my ulna nerve in the left arm is pretty much useless leaving me with absolutely no sensation in my left pinky, half my left ring finger, the top of my forearm, most of the top of my hand and a portion of my palm) with a metal plate (titanium or surgical steel, I forget right now and am too lazy to look at the surgical report right now) and 8 screws holding my upper arm together.

I'm a licensed electrician, a handyman, and licensed business owner with a pick-up truck (redneck style, too). No kids, am highly active on Facebook and Twitter, kind of active on Google+, and occasionally still messing around with /.

Not much else to say that you can't find on my homepage.

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Ancients Were n00bs!

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  more than 4 years ago

That seems to the common theme when an article showing even the hint of giving ancient peoples credit for knowing something was helping and were possibly able to track it down to a source that was providing a benefit.

Apparently only modern American humans are capable seeing that something has a beneficial aspect and tracking it down at the very least to a certain substance made in a certain way. Apparently we invented the scientific method, science, medicine, and everything else that represents the ability to comprehend it as something other than "magic". I'm rather sick of this crud. It smacks of cultural elitism when there is no evidence that such is not warranted. If this is the prevailing attitudes of the so-called elite, you can bet this will happen 2,000 years from now when they dig up our bones and discover the chemical cocktails that we ingest every single freakin' day from rBGH (meat, dairy products), (over)vaccinations, excessive use of anti-bacterial products and antibiotics.

God forbid we accept that a bunch of Nubians from nearly 2,000 years ago might have been on to something when they found that drinking their beer made from "moldy" grain had healing properties. I mean, it's not like they had brains and could work out a method for empirical testing. After all, they were only desert-dwelling Nubians.

You people make me sick.

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Life in 2010

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  more than 4 years ago

First, I'd like to thank TheRealGrogan for this comment. Without it I'd still not have a fully updated and patched system. Stupid Windows.

So life in 2010 is going pretty good. On September 1st I start classes at TTCM in their industrial electricity program. Some people (here on /. none-the-less) look at this with some sort of derision, either because of my age or choice of training program. I could easily go into industrial electronics too, but I figure it's no good if you have no electricity.

Why is any trade looked upon with derision (aside from the criminal trades and prostitution), though? Especially here, where one would think that continuing education -- no matter where that leads -- would be looked upon as a good thing.

Life is good in 2010 so far, let's see how the rest of the year pans out.

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Coding Bounties and Escrow Services

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  more than 4 years ago

I'm wanting to organize several coding bounties to get several ports on FreeBSD updated (such as Java) yet the only bounty site I've found is Pledgie, which forces you to choose who it is going to before you begin collecting donations. That's all well and fine when a project has a defined maintainer, but something like a coding bounty, it's not so good. Does anyone out on /. use an escrow service for this purpose? If not, how do you collect and disperse funds for such a thing?

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I'm Back (Again)

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  more than 4 years ago

I have the beginnings of FreeBSD-8.0RELEASE on one computer.

Going to use it as a test server for slashcode and a few other things.

Still single.

Saved.

On Facebook.

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Bah, Subjects Are For Losers

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  more than 6 years ago

So yeah, still single, but only because I choose to be. I'm literally having to beat women back with a stick.

For those on /., NOT INTERESTED. I've had my fill of relationships for a few years. Come see me in 2012 and we'll talk then.

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Long Time No Post

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  more than 8 years ago

Its been quite a while since last I've posted, almost a year to be exact.

I'm no longer engaged, but I am dating again. I must not be that much of a geek if I'm dating beautiful women. Either that or geek is more acceptable.

I'm having an MC-LUUG meeting at my place of work, which happens to be a buffet style restaurant with two party rooms. I'm hoping some folks show up. I'll be showing off Knoppix on Big Blue, talking about ways of advocating Linux without alienating, and problems people have encountered when trying Linux. Then I'll chow down on all I can eat sirloin steak cooked any way I like (30 seconds on each side, thank you very much). Mmm, sirloin.

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What Tards

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  more than 9 years ago

So I've metamoderated a few comments about how "I don't need religion to tell me that taking an innocent life is wrong". Well I'm very happy for you. Now go and don't get an abortion. As for you having a moral right to force that view on everyone else, I say fuck you and the rest of your Republican bullshit.

I don't like the idea of abortion either but I'm not going to make it illegal for two reason.

1) I don't want backdoor butchers to return that killed half as many women as it helped.
2) It's not my body and I do not have to live with that decision for the rest of my life.

So how can I live with myself? I try to make sure my friends are fully informed on the alternatives before they make a choice. I make it a point to make sure that the alternatives are really viable. That is all I can do. I refuse to put my personal beleifs into law and everyone else should be refuse to do that as well. Morality does not make for good law. You want a country run by morals move to Vatican City (yes, it is a recognized country with it's own standing army) which is run by the Pope who is supposed to be the most moral man in the world. Otherwise live your own life as you will and let others do the same. Stupid fuckers.

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Screw Debian

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  about 10 years ago

After more of the same problems from Debian I've switched to Gentoo and have never looked back. It has to be the best Linux distro around. It's package manager is the easiest, best organized package manager I've come across in the years I've been using Linux.

If you haven't tried Gentoo yet, you're definitely missing out.

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I'm Back!

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  more than 10 years ago

Sorry I was gone for so long folks, but a multitude of more important things (such as school) took over my life, but I'm back and slowly putting stuff back up (such as all the web sites I hosted). It's going to be a slow process, but I finally made the complete switch to Debian 3.0r1 (:

I probably won't be actively commenting just yet, but I shall be around, you can count on that.

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Am I A Geek Or What?

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  more than 11 years ago

I not only have almost finished reading Just For Fun: The Story of An Accidental Revolutionary one day after it arriving at my house via UPS, I have taken it upon myself to email Linus (via my LUG's email addy) to ask for a sort of mini-interview as I prepare for a speech I'm giving in one of my college classes (which, interestingly enough, is called Fundamentals of Speech (aka public speaking)) and which I might reuse at the LUG's next meeting at our local Waffle House on 13 September 2003.

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My Tribute to Douglas Adams

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  more than 11 years ago #!/usr/bin/perl -w
#I have a feeling the answer will be 42

print "I have a feeling the answer will be the answer to Life! The Universe! And Everything!\n";
print "Please input the first number:";
chomp($first_num = <stdin>);
print "Please input the second number:";
chomp($second_num = <stdin>);
$answer = $first_num * $second_num;

if ($answer != 42) {
print "$first_num times $second_num is not the answer to Life! The Universe! And Everything! It's actually just $answer\n";
} else {
print "You know the answer to Life! The Universe! And Everything!\n";
}

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Funny Comments!

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  more than 11 years ago

I write funny comments in my Perl programs.

#!/usr/bin/perl -w
#mmmm....pi

$circumfrence = 2 * 3.141592654;
$radius = 12.5;

print $circumfrence * $radius . "\n";

#!/usr/bin/perl -w
#pi good

$circumfrence = 2 * 3.141592654;
chomp($radius = );

print $circumfrence * $radius . "\n";

#!/usr/bin/perl -w
#When come back, bring pi

$circumfrence = 2 * 3.141592654;
chomp($radius = );
$circle = $circumfrence * $radius;

if ($radius 0) {
print "The radius of the circle is 0\n";
} else {
print $circle . " is the radius of the cirlce\n";
}

#!/usr/bin/perl -w
#I have a feeling the answer will be 42

print "I have a feeling the answer will be 42!\n";
print "Please input the first number:";
$first_num =;
print "Please input the second number:";
$second_num = ;
$answer = $first_num * $second_num;

if ($answer != 42) {
print "Actually, the answer is $answer\n";
} else {
print "See! The answer is 42!\n";
}

#!/usr/bin/perl -w
#So, how many towels do you have?

print "Please enter a word here: ";
$name = ;
print "Please enter a number here: ";
$number = ;
print $name x $number;

#!/usr/bin/perl -w
#Hard coded math action!

print 2 + 3 x 100 * 3 . "\n" . "\t" x2 . 5 * 4 x 20 . "\n";
$math = 2 + 3 x 100;
$multiply = $math * 3;
print $multiply . "\n" . "\t" x 2 . 5 * 4 x 20 . "\n";

#More Chapter 2 Coding goodness!
chomp($name = alex);
if ($name gt 'fred') {
print "'$name' comes after 'fred in sorted order.\n";
} else {
print "'$name' does not come after 'fred'.\n";
print "Maybe it's the same string, in fact.\n";
}

#Shorter example?
$is_bigger = $name gt 'fred';
if ($is_bigger) { print "'$name' is greater than 'fred'.\n"; }

#Doing the opposite!
if (! $is_bigger) {
print "You idiot, '$name' isn't even close!\n";
}

#taking standard input!
$line = ;
if ($line eq "\n") {
print "That was just a blank line!\n";
} else {
print "That line of input was: $line";
}

#An example of chomp!

#Commented out to show refinement
#$text = "a line of text\n";
#chomp($text);
#print $text;

chomp($text = );
print $text;

#while we were out... ;)
$count = 0;
while ($count 10) {
$count += 1;
print "The count is now $count\n";
}

#undef, you are nothing to me.

$n = 1;
while ($n 10) {
$sum += $n;
$n +=2;
}
print "The total was $sum.\n";

#Lady Madonna, child processes at her feet!
$madonna = ;
if ( defined($madonna) ) {
print "The input was $madonna";
} else {
print "No input available!\n";
}

Tomorrow I begin Lists and Arrays!

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Secret Relationships

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  more than 11 years ago

Well, it was bound to happen. Jamie's parents now know about me.

Some of you might say, "But didn't they know about you from the start?" To this I can smack you with the +20 clue-by-four of understanding typed English.

Now the others might say "Why didn't they know about you from the start?" To this I can bestow upon you the mantel of knowledge.

They didn't know about me becase her parents have a thing about online romances. Because of one bad decision Jamie made in the past, she's fearful of present day consequences if she reveals that I am in fact not a CS major at her college (CSU). Those consequences being loss of phone and computer privledges even though she is 19. Also mail, if discovered, would be confiscated. So basically we would lose touch with each other. That is unacceptable to both of us, but the knowledge of the lie has my guts in knots. My parents know about Jamie. They know when she calls, they've answered the phone several times. They have no problem with the fact she lives in Colorado and that we spend hours on the phone. I'm more then sure they realize there is somehting more then friendship brewing between us and they are okay with that, despite I've made more then one bad decision in the past. I also understand that Jamie is her parents daughter and as such they'll protect her more, but at the same time, she's an adult.

I no longer know what to think. To say I was confused would be an understatement. Almost instantly I felt myself disconnect from all reality. Immediately I reexamined everything that has come to pass. I still care for her so deeply it hurts. But this whole situation, the lie. It has me on the verge of tears. If you can't understand why, I have a clue-by-four with your name on it. To be fair though I'll spell it out. I'm now in a position where if I ever speak to her parents (which I eventually want to do, I would love to meet her parents), I will have to keep up a lie about going to school in a place I know nothing about except what's on the web (which admittedly won't be much for a non-student). I could always turn the conversation to another subject, I'm rather good at that at times, but there are only so many times they'll allow themselves to be lead on to another subject. These aren't dumb people.

I don't know what to think right now, except that I need some time to think. Sometimes, I think I'm too rational. This new honest and open me is causing more unforeseen problems then before. Perhaps it's time to reload my thought matrix.

I most likely won't be online or at home this weekend. I might, or might not. I don't know yet.

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God Damn It

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  more than 11 years ago

# 2001-02-24 09:58:58 New E-zine Or Just Same Old Story? (articles,games) (rejected)
# 2001-11-19 21:41:51 Freedom Online and Elsewhere (articles,censorship) (rejected)
# 2001-11-25 23:56:39 Virtual Astronomy (articles,news) (accepted)
# 2002-01-15 02:41:20 DarkMatter ShmarkMatter, it's all in the Genes (science,news) (rejected)
# 2002-01-15 03:24:12 Black Holes, Gravity, and Other Interesting Articl (science,news) (rejected)
# 2002-01-29 16:10:28 Everquest Economics (articles,news) (rejected)
# 2002-01-31 01:34:35 And In This Corner... (science,science) (rejected)
# 2002-03-30 16:35:25 Installing Apache and It's effect on Win32 TCP/IP (askslashdot,apache) (rejected)
# 2002-10-22 06:13:01 Upgrading Apache 1.3.22 to 1.3.27 (askslashdot,apache) (rejected)
# 2002-11-04 04:34:15 PawPet Funday Show (articles,humor) (rejected)
# 2002-12-13 19:11:19 Using Allow,Deny for Access Control Under Apache 1 (askslashdot,apache) (rejected)
# 2002-12-14 02:46:50 European re-Union? (articles,news) (rejected)
# 2002-12-16 23:46:48 Browser Based Banner Ad Blocking (articles,mozilla) (rejected)
# 2002-12-24 19:23:52 Top 10 Space Science Images of 2002 (articles,science) (accepted)
# 2002-12-26 19:30:58 Top 10 Space Mysteries for 2003 (articles,news) (rejected)
# 2003-01-03 04:28:51 Size Really Does Matter (articles,news) (rejected)
# 2003-01-04 07:54:36 Google...l33t enough? (articles,news) (rejected)
# 2003-01-09 00:30:09 Hey, Who's Face Is That In My Song? (articles,news) (rejected)
# 2003-01-09 22:08:27 Suing The Government (askslashdot,doj) (rejected)
# 2003-01-14 19:07:08 Visiting the Big Bang (articles,science) (accepted)
# 2003-01-23 04:55:57 McDonalds Found Not Guilty (articles,news) (rejected)
# 2003-01-28 02:51:50 Protecting Web Site Structure/Content With Open So (askslashdot,security) (rejected)
# 2003-01-30 23:12:54 Help is Just a Click Away (articles,linux) (rejected)
# 2003-03-04 00:45:19 Daylighting - Helping to Reduce Energy Consumption (articles,usa) (rejected)
# 2003-03-07 21:21:46 ext3 and Debian r0 3.0 "woody" (askslashdot,debian) (rejected)
# 2003-03-07 22:53:41 Got Game? (articles,games) (rejected)
# 2003-03-08 22:06:13 Linux 1992 (articles,linux) (rejected)
# 2003-03-17 17:21:14 BESS Denies Access to Slashdot (yro,censorship) (rejected)
# 2003-04-03 17:03:49 Duke Nukem Forever Released! (Finally) (games,news) (rejected)
# 2003-04-06 04:45:53 Finding Old Crushes (askslashdot,privacy)
# 2003-04-06 17:58:13 asciipr0n.com Goes Offline Due To Slashdotting (articles,news) (rejected)
# 2003-04-09 15:57:49 Fusion Power Becomes Reality (articles,science) (rejected)

If you are going to reject my most recent askslashdot, just go ahead and do it you goddamned bastards. This fucking limbo of knowing whether or not you'll post it is PISSING ME THE FUCK OFF.

And to be honest, right now I don't give two shits anymore. I've given up the search because it's pointless.

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I'm Back

DarkKnightRadick DarkKnightRadick writes  |  more than 11 years ago

Yes, I did indeed leave. I had a forced weeks vacation from even using the computer, but I am back and still pissed at Elitists everywhere.

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