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Ask Slashdot: Hungry Students, How Common?

misexistentialist Re:Beans & Rice, Rice & Beans (266 comments)

My school banned rice cookers too, no arguing they are simply confiscated and you are fined. Nearest food store was also a 20 minute drive. Couldn't have guessed when I was applying to college that it might have food supply logistics similar to a derelict bus in Alaskan bush country.

8 hours ago
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Ask Slashdot: Hungry Students, How Common?

misexistentialist Re:Even "student athletes" go to bed hungry (266 comments)

Don't think most schools' plans are that flexible. Many have for-profit contractors running food service, so I'm sure they're not.

9 hours ago
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Americans Uncomfortable With Possibility of Ubiquitous Drones, Designer Babies

misexistentialist Re:Come on, this is insane (153 comments)

You're the one who seems out of touch, the most popular drone is the semi-autonomous assassination bomber. There have been some advancements in computer processing since the 80s...

yesterday
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Retired SCOTUS Justice Wants To 'Fix' the Second Amendment

misexistentialist Re:Easy Militia States (1574 comments)

Tendency is for the laws to be standardized, Stevens knows that only a federal ban on private ownership would be practical after such an Amendment

3 days ago
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Retired SCOTUS Justice Wants To 'Fix' the Second Amendment

misexistentialist Re:recent spate of mass killings? (1574 comments)

It's very strange that people are less disturbed by a serial killer who has lost count of how many he has killed, and who got away with it for so long over such a wide area that the police can't determine how many people are unaccounted for either.

3 days ago
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Retired SCOTUS Justice Wants To 'Fix' the Second Amendment

misexistentialist Re:Of course, Stevens is looney. (1574 comments)

Rare event in a small country, you have to wait 100 years to prove it. China will have invaded and easily occupied the disarmed country before that milestone is reached, however.

3 days ago
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Student Records Kids Who Bully Him, Then Gets Threatened With Wiretapping Charge

misexistentialist Re:Same old, same old. (790 comments)

You left out the part where the girls laughed at your beatdown and told the principal you started it

3 days ago
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Study Rules Out Global Warming Being a Natural Fluctuation With 99% Certainty

misexistentialist Re:What a strange discussion (856 comments)

Are China and Russia taking action, is Saudi Arabia switching to wind? It's tiny resource-poor countries that embrace environmentalist righteousness since they have always had to live frugally anyway

about a week ago
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Can the ObamaCare Enrollment Numbers Be Believed?

misexistentialist Re:When participation is mandatory? I believe. (722 comments)

The cost for the treatment you received in the 90s probably doubled or tripled by now, so it's questionable how long Medicaid would be sustainable

about two weeks ago
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Google: Teach Girls Coding, Get $2,500; Teach Boys, Get $0

misexistentialist Re:Boys vs. Girls (673 comments)

Men can't bear children, work is the only thing that gives their lives meaning. They also have to pay for dates. Women should get a stipend to cover gas, lunch, and tampons, but it's only fair for 95% of the payroll to be reserved for the pathetic males.

about two weeks ago
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Google: Teach Girls Coding, Get $2,500; Teach Boys, Get $0

misexistentialist Re:Sex discrimination. (673 comments)

Women are 99% of the prostitutes

How is an additional job opportunity supposed to indicate adversity?

about two weeks ago
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How the Internet Is Taking Away America's Religion

misexistentialist Re:With knowledge comes understanding (1037 comments)

Most religions encouraged scholarly and scientific research, at least amongst the clerical class. The only thing the common man has learned from the internet is how many penises can fit inside a woman's anus.

about two weeks ago
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Was Eich a Threat To Mozilla's $1B Google "Trust Fund"?

misexistentialist Re:i don't understand (564 comments)

Apology would not have kept him his job, would have just been used as part of a Maoist style public humiliation. See Paula Deen, or even Limbaugh's apology for criticizing that freeloading slut.

about two weeks ago
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Was Eich a Threat To Mozilla's $1B Google "Trust Fund"?

misexistentialist Re:Virulently? (564 comments)

probably were looking for "vehemently"

about two weeks ago
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OKCupid Warns Off Mozilla Firefox Users Over Gay Rights

misexistentialist Re:Im all for human rights... (1482 comments)

They have to pay taxes for gay entitlements, though, just like they have to pay for "family planning" for depraved heterosexuals. Granted you can probably find some tax money making its way to religion, but there are probably more grants to nonprofits with a satanic mission

about three weeks ago
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OKCupid Warns Off Mozilla Firefox Users Over Gay Rights

misexistentialist Re:Im all for human rights... (1482 comments)

Didn't they call for a boycott of Barilla pasta because the CEO said his ads would only feature traditional families? The gay agenda does involve encouraging homosexual behavior and the destruction of the family, the people who support this cause are less concerned with helping the poor gays than covering up their own inability or unwillingness to contribute to civilization.

about three weeks ago
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OKCupid Warns Off Mozilla Firefox Users Over Gay Rights

misexistentialist Re:April Fools stories are gay (1482 comments)

The way people think is probably more genetic than you'd like to believe. Certainly people who think that a legal structure to regulate sexual reproduction can possibly apply to a pair of the same sex must have a neural fault somewhere. OK, it's possible that technology could someday allow two people of the same sex to produce a child, but that's not the reality we live in currently. Of course not stopping such genetic manipulation would be a grave error, just like not stopping the promotion of homosexuality will be prove to be.

about three weeks ago
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OKCupid Warns Off Mozilla Firefox Users Over Gay Rights

misexistentialist Re:April Fools stories are gay (1482 comments)

And you support nothing that might negatively impact others' lives? Not surprising that someone focused on what's between their legs can't consider that possibility

about three weeks ago
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U.S. Court: Chinese Search Engine's Censorship Is 'Free Speech'

misexistentialist Re: 14th Amendment (284 comments)

I see your point, but if it reached a certain scale that website probably would face legal action.

about three weeks ago
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U.S. Court: Chinese Search Engine's Censorship Is 'Free Speech'

misexistentialist Re:14th Amendment (284 comments)

What if you bought a map and it intentionally omitted certain locations or distorted distances as part of some sort of agenda? Like a "map" a "search engine" should not be biased, though it would be OK if Baidu described its funciton as "Maosearch" or something

about three weeks ago

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