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  • WritingImplement

    WritingImplement

    March 10, 2015, 10:33 am

    Gather 'round Reddit, and allow me to relay to you the story of the Chicken Man.

    It was a late night, and I was driving back to my school. I went to Coaticook in Quebec for Le Festival Du Lait because, well, I think cheese is amazing and Quebecois curd cheese is, dare I say, far superior to Wisconsin curd cheese. It was a late Sunday night, and I had a meeting with my academic adviser the next morning due to a summer research project.

    There was an accident on Interstate 93 in New Hampshire in the White Mountains, and they were detouring traffic. Someone moved a detour sign, because before long, I was lost in the mountains. Thankfully it wasn't foggy, because if it was, I'm fairly sure there would have been a man with a hook in hand ready to kill me. I got to the base of a mountain, and there was a country road going through some farmland. I followed that for a bit, hoping to eventually find either Vermont or Massachusetts.

    At this point, it was about 2 AM, and I was getting tired. I flipped on my high beams because this road looked as abandoned as they get. Off in the distance I spy what looks like a scarecrow on the side of road. As I get closer to the scarecrow, I see that it is not a scarecrow, but a very old man, shuffling down the road. In his hand, he's holding what looks like a dead chicken. At this point, I'm confused and freaked out.

    A mile down the road, I see "WARNING: ROAD CLOSED." At this point, I am thoroughly convinced I'm going to die. I 3-point-turn around and start driving back. The old man is still there, dead chicken and all. As I drive by him, I look in my rear view mirror. He is shuffling after my car, and he is flapping his arms like he's trying to lift off the ground, screaming as similarly to a banshee as an old man can.

    I race back the way I came, found the correct detour path, got home at around 5 AM, and decided it was all a very confusing dream. Very anti-climactic, but so incredibly creepy.

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  • Honztastic

    Honztastic

    March 10, 2015, 8:17 pm

    Traditionally I guess if you go by the term republican and democrat. The ideologies of the parties flipped right before FDR so all the "republican" presidents back in the day like Lincoln would be aligned with democrats today.

    Seriously, ALL of the bad presidents have been today's version of a Republican. Less government and state's rights? Causes of the Civil War? Republican issues. Not too mention all the federalists are easily classified as what would today be a democrat.

    And it bothers me that no one brings this up. Republicans (conservatives) have been the antagonists in EVERY major issue or evil thing in politics in this country.

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  • bluequail

    bluequail

    March 10, 2015, 4:51 pm

    thank you too :)

    The kicker of a lot of this is this... in the case of my friend's son, an amnio would not have detected this. I believe his was closed (skin), so the actual spinal fluid would have escaped detection.

    And an in general word of warning. Try to get a level 2 ultrasound early in the pregnancy, if there are only two blood veins in the umbilical, get much more testing done. While we were waiting for the results for the karyotype, I had a level two ultrasound done, and this guy only had to veins. I guess normal is having 3 veins... and 2 veins can be indicative of a much bigger problem.

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  • tangledupblues

    tangledupblues

    March 10, 2015, 9:31 am

    Well, sorry for even bringing it up...It was a simple question; and excuse me for enjoying the good folk of Reddit...Although this Thread doesn't think so...I still think Reddit is a very astute community...Maybe if I adjusted the title to something like..."Does anyone wonder how much the government monitors social internet sites", it might have worked...Or maybe not...at this point I’m too stoned, and this feels like I am arguing, and I hate to argue when I’m high…This just makes me feel sad that Reddit doesn't value for what i feel it is...A great site to find info and meet cool people.

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  • serpentjaguar

    serpentjaguar

    March 10, 2015, 5:04 pm

    >You got pwned. You don't want to admit it. That's human, we understand. Now be honest and accept reality.

    Not so fast there killer. I am an anthropologist and it turns out that the judge is absolutely correct; thus far (and it'd be weird if we found an exception though it's not entirely impossible) we do not know of any culture that does not have a form of incest taboo. The strength of said taboo can vary a bit across cultures, but it's always there and when incest does happen, it is always an exception rather than the norm. In the case of royalty, for example, to pretend like they are the norm of their culture --an average everyday Joe if you will-- is patently absurd.

    On a completely different note, as the judge states in a comment below, he or she meant "proves the rule" in the sense of "illustrates the rule," and while I don't especially care for that construction, I think it's fair and makes sense.

    So take a seat and chill out.

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  • papillon24

    papillon24

    March 10, 2015, 1:13 pm

    I will tell you that I am a yankee ( PA born and raised), and I moved to, of all places, rural South Carolina...which is not much better than urban South Carolina, five years ago. I was SHOCKED at what I saw, which is not so much pure and blatant racism as it is a clean line between the races. We had a black neighbor who hitch hiked into work every day ( about 7 miles) that my husband or my husband and I would give a ride to. One day, he's standing on the side of the road, and I stop to give him a ride. He says " No thank you, I can't take a ride from you." This guy was willing to give up a ride and walk 7 miles into town, and I can only imagine the reason is that I was alone in the car, and he was afraid of what would happen if anyone found out that an older black man was in a car with a white married woman alone.

    Black folks wouldn't look me in the eye, they would talk to me, but only casually and would never really "say" anything that was important to them. I felt dreadful about this all..it made me sick to think that I lived in a different world than the people I lived around, and I was determined to not let my little girl grow up there.

    There were several obviously racist things I saw, most of them related to the presidential election last year. The first thing that really and truly scared me is that my tire was slashed with a knife in broad daylight in a downtown area the day after I put an Obama sticker on my car ( I was working for the campaign, and this, along with other things, lead the campaign to pull out from door to door canvasing in my county). When this happened, I didn't have any friends in the area, and I didn't really know anyone either, so I didn't have any enemies, so there seemed to be no reason for someone to slash my tired except for the new sticker.

    We left that town a little over a month ago, after a year and a half of saving to leave. We only moved up to Charlotte, NC, but the difference is remarkable. I'm still living in the south, but South Carolina and parts of Georgia are still years behind.

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  • twifofi

    twifofi

    March 10, 2015, 12:50 pm

    Like cramps somehow have something to do with taking it out on me. If she starts to get all girl depressed I'm just like , hey man cheer up I love you and shit. You know sometimes women get this world against me view point, or life isn't fair mentality when they are on the rag. Not my woman consistent all the time. She knows im not into the pity parties. I will give you a back rub if you have cramps sure, I mean you put my penis in your mouth... it's the least I can do. Kinda crude but I love the shit out that woman.

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  • LWRellim

    LWRellim

    March 10, 2015, 7:17 pm

    Didja ever hear the one about the monkey at the zoo?

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    The monkey was always taking every piece of food -- whether it was a peanut, a banana or anything -- and shoving it up his ass first, and then pulling it back out and eating it.

    Parents were complaining to the zookeeper about how gross that was.

    The zookeeper said it was actually people's fault because one time someone threw the monkey a fresh peach.

    Apparently he ate it whole, and when the pit came out... well.

    Anyway, the zookeeper said that you really couldn't blame the monkey that ever since then he wanted to test everything for size first!

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  • slomo68

    slomo68

    March 11, 2015, 2:36 am

    This is something we, theoretically, have some control over. If enough people stopped buying products with (e.g.) HFCS, that would end profitability. In other words, vote with your dollars, since apparently your vote at the polls is meaningless.

    Of course, this would require an organized boycott... and educating the fat lazy American-Idol obsessed couch potatoes to take an interest in what they put in their bodies. And anyone who actually happened to be able to break through and get a successful boycott going would get slapped with a civil lawsuit or a federal racketeering charge faster than you can say "Coca-Cola".

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  • StringyLow

    StringyLow

    March 10, 2015, 8:01 am

    It must have been a coordinated display because there were about a dozen people on a corner near my place with signs saying stuff like "ABORTION KILLS CHILDREN".

    There was one guy holding his sign in one hand and a rosary (pink and green -- quite the color combo) in the other. I told him I liked his talisman and that he and his friends are a bunch of superstitious kooks.

    He started reciting his rosary then. I told him that reminded me of a Buddhist monk reciting his prayer beads.

    It's just another form of voodoo to me.

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  • tbutters

    tbutters

    March 10, 2015, 11:54 am

    If the public felt an urgent need to form a militia, How would we get our weaponry? Not to be snide, but this should be an aha moment for you. Having a regular army does not mean we have a perfect army, nor does it mean we have a government that we wouldn't conceivably want to overturn by force. Weapons are an excellent reminder to those who would want to control us that we are not sheep, and that the government is of and for us. Again, I don't mean to sound like a dick, but gun ownership is a fail safe in an imperfect country.

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  • coolmanmax2000

    coolmanmax2000

    March 11, 2015, 3:48 am

    I was about 8 and my father was driving me and my sister to his office after picking us up from school because he forgot something at work, and two motorcyclists riding side by side zoomed out of an alley and hit the side of the hood of our car. We were doing about 30 and they were going probably 50 or so, I have no idea what they were doing at those speeds in an alley. The first one (closest to the car) was decapitated by his windshield and I, sitting in the passenger seat was treated to a front row show of his head rolling off the driver side of the hood. The other motorcyclist was slightly luckier, in that he wasn't instantly killed, but was thrown about 20 feet and ended up loosing a hand and a leg. Neither was wearing protective equipment. My father, sister and I were fine because of the way they hit us. I've never been able to get the image of that dude's head rolling off the hood out of my mind.

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  • bostonmama

    bostonmama

    March 10, 2015, 10:36 am

    I think it is disgusting that people could treat others in such a way just based on the color of their skin. It would almost seem excusable if this group of people were in their 90's -- I said almost -- but these are young people. They grown up in an ever-shrinking world -- seeing diversity on TV, movies, even a mixed-ethnic president. How could they still be so ignorant?

    I worry about my own mixed-ethnic child (white/Pacific Islander). Must she remain in the North for all eternity to not face prejudice?

    The author of this article is also Irish. She has medium brown hair, blue eyes, and olive skin. She could be a mix of any ethnic background!

    I am so proud of her in every way that she is color-blind. She had been told before her move to GA to expect race issues, but was completely unprepared for what she has observed and experienced.

    Lastly, there is still her poor co-worker. Relegated to the back room and unworthy of even a name-tag just because of the color of her skin. Can anyone say UCLU attorney???

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  • tdsfp

    tdsfp

    March 10, 2015, 10:41 pm

    I'd be willing to pitch in a few dollars here and there to keep it afloat, if it gets started.

    Also, just an idea, but would we like to do some sort of interviewing/talking about music in the program as well? We definitely want to get in as much music and possible, but I'd be really really interested in hearing some of the actual Reddit musicians talk about their music/experience with music/stories about touring or making songs or recording songs/etc. This would only be a small portion, not the main focus, but it's something I'd be interested in hearing.

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  • arktikosN

    arktikosN

    March 10, 2015, 6:43 am

    >(And no, I wouldn't go to the trouble of getting a separate Guerilla-mail addy)

    It takes *maybe* a minute. I'm a little surprised sometimes when people don't already have a secondary email, for when they have to give an address to a company they know might spam them.

    >I'm freelance webby, and I've specifically told potential clients when their ads are annoying and they respond, quote, "They still make money anyway."

    That's the problem. They (and, perhaps more importantly, advertisers) have to know that they could be making more money. Unfortunately, that's probably not the case right now, partially because so few people know about AdBlock and it's not a "threat" (for lack of a better term).

    Sometimes I wonder what the actual value of an ad impression is. Advertisers just seem to want to get in your face more, creating a demand for annoying ad space, and site owners want to make more money easily and immediately, so they create a supply. As a result, we have tons of obstructive ads that we're all gradually learning to tune out (even those of us without AdBlock), which must be driving down the price of an ad. I don't see how advertisers win (I know that, personally, I'm less likely to buy from a company whose ads bother me--lookin' at you, Netflix), consumers certainly don't win, and site owners sometimes make a fair amount of money, but only by covering their site with giant ads and losing some readers in the process (and, as advertisers become willing to pay less and less for ads, they'll lose more).

    If we could somehow generate an interest in "tasteful" ads, it seems like everyone would benefit. Site owners would have better sites (so more readers), but would make the same amount of money, consumers wouldn't have to put up with pop-ups and flash and the like, and advertisers might have more success in marketing their products. Currently, everything's moving in the more annoying direction, and no one's making the first move the other way.

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  • piranhaa

    piranhaa

    March 10, 2015, 9:13 am

    Complete opposite. Got the nerdiness inside, but very extroverted. Going for a computer science degree right now, but have been using *nix since I was in grade 9. Hitting the gym is just a side thing and only go about 3 days a week.

    I can't really speak my computer accomplishments to the general public: "hey guys! I setup a few VirtualBox VMs, with a bgp routing setup, along side a Qmail cluster" - So I REALLY needed to get into some other areas, that I was previously not interested in, that I could actually converse about with people. Sports, cars, working out, latest movies/tv/news, etc.. It's tough, but definitely possible. Oh, and LOTS of self improvement reading and watching.

    People have said I'm the complete anomaly of computer enthusiasts everywhere =P

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  • gardner_heist

    gardner_heist

    March 11, 2015, 1:42 am

    You assume much too much.

    You have no idea who I am or what my experiences with the bible are.

    You may think that Camus is superb, but I may not. There is no ultimate truth regarding Camus' writings, just as there is no consensus for whether or not the bible is a "good" literary work.

    We exist in the grey zone. It may be hard to grasp. I understand that the bible declares a very distinct good and bad, but reality is not nearly so simple.

    Also, it is pretty ballsy of you to slam existentialism but back a book that endorses spreading feces on faces (amongst other crazy shit).

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