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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
8. Re: Morning Tech Bits Sep 27, 2018, 07:28 Beamer
 
Ozmodan wrote on Sep 27, 2018, 04:49:
Beamer wrote on Sep 26, 2018, 19:37:
Ozmodan wrote on Sep 26, 2018, 16:54:
A 1080 still beats the 2070 and they are going for under $500 now. Nvidia's 20xx series is way overpriced. You have to be braindead or floating in money to buy a 20xx card. The 1080ti is still the best card on the market as you can get them for $600 and with that 3gb of extra memory, they own the 20xx series at the high graphics end.

None of this matches benchmarks I've seen, showing the 2070 and the 1080 about tied, the 2080 and the 1080ti about tied, and the 2080ti blowing the 1080ti away.

Yes, they're expensive, but what new tech isn't? If this isn't for you, wait it out. I wait out plenty of things. Intel releases something crazy, I wait until that tech comes down in price. It always does.

Not so fast. Actually, the 1080ti still beats the 2080ti in multiple benchmarks primarily because it has more memory. If you are running 4k, that extra memory is far more important than extra speed found in the 2080ti. As to the 2070 I very much doubt it will beat a 1080 and since 1080's are going for around $450 it is a nobrainer to buy a 1080 right now.

The 1080ti does not have more memory than the 2080ti. They both have 11GB, but the 2080ti has faster memory.

Seriously, have you actually looked at benchmarks? I haven't seen a single one where the 1080ti beats the 2080ti in a single game. I'm thinking, if you have the memory wrong, you haven't really read much, right? Each 20X0 has the same memory amount as the 10X0 version, only they're using GDDR6.

The Titan had 12GB, not 11GB, and I haven't seen any benchmarks of it losing to the 2080ti, either. And the 2080 is essentially neck and neck with the 1080ti. It's usually within 3fps, either above or below, winning as many as it loses - they ultimately find it 1% faster than the 1080ti, whereas the 2080ti is about 30% faster than the 1080ti. Given that the 2080 is only $75 more on Newegg, I'd almost definitely go with it were I to need a new card now. Were I to not need a new card, I'd absolutely wait at least one more gen.
 
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News Comments > Sunday Legal Briefs
50. Re: Sunday Legal Briefs Sep 27, 2018, 06:54 Beamer
 
I've never met someone so concerned with one's right to have sex with children.  
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News Comments > etc.
14. Re: etc. Sep 26, 2018, 21:40 Beamer
 
In reality, I'd spend a long time trying to come up with something obscure, that would take anyone not me 10 minutes to figure out.

Off the top of my head, though:
The Guile-haired soldier from X-COM
A frigate, or a catapult, or the settler from the original Civ
The starting ship in FTL
Ivan from Jagged Alliance 2
A Knight from Civ 4

I could be talked into some more, like Simon Belmont from Castlevania 1, the thing from Clu Clu Land, something from The Witcher, the Hollow Knight, maybe something from Deus Ex.

Actually, I'd probably pick some random art hanging on the wall of a game. I think Dishonored had some cool shipwreck art. Some game I played recentlyish did.
 
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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
6. Re: Morning Tech Bits Sep 26, 2018, 19:37 Beamer
 
Ozmodan wrote on Sep 26, 2018, 16:54:
A 1080 still beats the 2070 and they are going for under $500 now. Nvidia's 20xx series is way overpriced. You have to be braindead or floating in money to buy a 20xx card. The 1080ti is still the best card on the market as you can get them for $600 and with that 3gb of extra memory, they own the 20xx series at the high graphics end.

None of this matches benchmarks I've seen, showing the 2070 and the 1080 about tied, the 2080 and the 1080ti about tied, and the 2080ti blowing the 1080ti away.

Yes, they're expensive, but what new tech isn't? If this isn't for you, wait it out. I wait out plenty of things. Intel releases something crazy, I wait until that tech comes down in price. It always does.
 
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News Comments > Evening Metaverse
10. Re: Dehumanized metaverse Sep 26, 2018, 19:35 Beamer
 
Some of you are just way too fragile.  
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News Comments > Game Reviews
3. Re: Game Reviews Sep 26, 2018, 15:13 Beamer
 
Bumpy wrote on Sep 26, 2018, 00:52:
Whatever happened to driving games having an optional sim mode?

The handling is just too arcade for my PC gamer taste.

I'll stick with BeamNG and hope they eventually flesh out a Test Drive Unlimited type game.
How many had those in the first place? Not too many.
 
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News Comments > Sunday Legal Briefs
40. Re: Sunday Legal Briefs Sep 26, 2018, 12:12 Beamer
 
Part of the thing is we can prove someone had sex, it's much harder to prove what they knew. We can do what they reasonably should know, but it'd be a hard defense to day you didn't think there was a chance a stupid 16 year old was a stupid 16 year old.  
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News Comments > Sunday Legal Briefs
35. Re: Sunday Legal Briefs Sep 26, 2018, 07:13 Beamer
 
Scheherazade wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 22:29:
Beamer wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 15:27:
Scheherazade wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 14:37:
Beamer wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 14:14:
Scheherazade wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 13:53:
Beamer wrote on Sep 24, 2018, 07:27:
Scheherazade wrote on Sep 23, 2018, 23:06:
jdreyer wrote on Sep 23, 2018, 17:49:
Scheherazade wrote on Sep 23, 2018, 15:37:
article conveniently left out details.

They met on sugardaddyme.com, where she was registered as 18.

And the sex is optional, not quid pro quo.

-scheherazade

For better or worse, her lying is irrelevant in the eyes of the law. All the law cares about is did he bang her (yes) and was she underaged (yes).

Maybe. He did consent to having sex with an 18 year old, not a 16 year old. We'll see how the jury takes it.

-scheherazade


First off, you're giving him a benefit of the doubt here. Do you give women the same when they claim they were raped? Or do only men get it? How do we know he didn't know she was underage?

Second, doesn't matter for the jury. Texas is a strict liability state, like most states, meaning what matters is the fact that he had sex with a minor. Not a single other thing matters. On appeal, he can make a strong argument based on some prior cases in Texas, but in front of the jury, they'll be instructed that what they're ruling on is solely if sex happened while she was underage, not what either was thinking when it did.

I'm a pure empiricist. Act on the physical evidence, nothing else.

I don't separate men/women for legal purposes. It's just people.

The jury is a direct representative of the state, and can nullify any law the government writes. It's the most important democracy preserving check/balance we have, because it's the only chance for direct democracy in our society to check the actions of representatives who do not represent the state's will. That's why the jury must be made of your peers, so that your peers can judge you by the standards of your society, not by the standards of any other. It's a shame that (and also obvious why) the government does its best effort to hide this part of our democracy.

-scheherazade

The jury cannot nullify a law. The appellate court can change the impact of laws, but the jury cannot. The jury is there to decide if the law was broken, not how the law should be applied, not if the law should be applied, and not if the law is just.

A jury trial is about facts, just facts. They determine what happened, and fit it into the boxes defined by laws. An appellate court is about process and laws, and where arguments such as "it's ridiculous to hold someone accountable for something they did not know they were doing" comes up. As I mentioned, it's come up in Texas many times, and Texas is starting to lean towards "that can be true," but still closer to "it's more reasonable for an adult to be responsible for his actions than for a child to be."


It a jury could not nullify a law, there would not be a word for it.

Let's be honest...
A causality chart and informed statistical analysis would beat any jury.

-scheherazade

The Supreme Court has upheld informing juries that they cannot determine law and cannot nullify law. There have been occasions where they've refused to find someone guilty even though they agree he did the charge, but this has almost always been slave law. In some cases it is drug law.

In general, it's very progressive people finding their side to, if you excuse the cliche, the right side of history. Sorry, finding a pedophile innocent will never be something on the right side of history, and you won't find 9 to 11 people willing to agree that a pedophile is innocent because a law is unfair. He chose to sleep with a child.

Technically, his "choice" was to sleep with an adult.

In the same way that when you buy a sack of flour at the grocery store, you did not choose to buy a brick of cocaine.

-scheherazade



Fine, factually, he slept with a child. Have you slept with a child? I certainly haven't.
 
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News Comments > Evening Metaverse
7. Re: Evening Metaverse Sep 26, 2018, 07:11 Beamer
 
Cutter wrote on Sep 26, 2018, 03:05:
shiho wrote on Sep 26, 2018, 00:43:
LMAO, it's 1984 and all the Leftists applaud. From "Two Minutes Hate" against Trump in the media daily, to clamping down on wrongthink. A few decades from now you people will pathetically lie to your grandchildren that you weren't the Good Germans of the early 21st century. That you weren't brainwashed into irrational hatred and mass hysteria against one of the greatest administrations this country's ever had. But history will remember.

Huh, What kind of drugs are you on, out of curiosity sake?


Alt-Right, it's a hell of a drug.
 
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News Comments > Morning Metaverse
2. Re: Morning Metaverse Sep 25, 2018, 16:37 Beamer
 
MoreLuckThanSkill wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 16:21:
Good thing we have these trusty agencies to prevent monopolies. Oh wait, that sort of consumer protection went out of the US in the 70s.


I have no idea what you're talking about.

In truth, globalization is a big part of this. I don't know if it's a conscious thing, but there are many valid reasons to break up a company like Amazon. However, if we do, its smaller versions will get crushed in the global landscape by huge Chinese corporations very cozy with the Chinese government. Not saying this is a defense of what's going on, but something to consider.
 
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News Comments > Sunday Legal Briefs
31. Re: Sunday Legal Briefs Sep 25, 2018, 15:27 Beamer
 
Scheherazade wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 14:37:
Beamer wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 14:14:
Scheherazade wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 13:53:
Beamer wrote on Sep 24, 2018, 07:27:
Scheherazade wrote on Sep 23, 2018, 23:06:
jdreyer wrote on Sep 23, 2018, 17:49:
Scheherazade wrote on Sep 23, 2018, 15:37:
article conveniently left out details.

They met on sugardaddyme.com, where she was registered as 18.

And the sex is optional, not quid pro quo.

-scheherazade

For better or worse, her lying is irrelevant in the eyes of the law. All the law cares about is did he bang her (yes) and was she underaged (yes).

Maybe. He did consent to having sex with an 18 year old, not a 16 year old. We'll see how the jury takes it.

-scheherazade


First off, you're giving him a benefit of the doubt here. Do you give women the same when they claim they were raped? Or do only men get it? How do we know he didn't know she was underage?

Second, doesn't matter for the jury. Texas is a strict liability state, like most states, meaning what matters is the fact that he had sex with a minor. Not a single other thing matters. On appeal, he can make a strong argument based on some prior cases in Texas, but in front of the jury, they'll be instructed that what they're ruling on is solely if sex happened while she was underage, not what either was thinking when it did.

I'm a pure empiricist. Act on the physical evidence, nothing else.

I don't separate men/women for legal purposes. It's just people.

The jury is a direct representative of the state, and can nullify any law the government writes. It's the most important democracy preserving check/balance we have, because it's the only chance for direct democracy in our society to check the actions of representatives who do not represent the state's will. That's why the jury must be made of your peers, so that your peers can judge you by the standards of your society, not by the standards of any other. It's a shame that (and also obvious why) the government does its best effort to hide this part of our democracy.

-scheherazade

The jury cannot nullify a law. The appellate court can change the impact of laws, but the jury cannot. The jury is there to decide if the law was broken, not how the law should be applied, not if the law should be applied, and not if the law is just.

A jury trial is about facts, just facts. They determine what happened, and fit it into the boxes defined by laws. An appellate court is about process and laws, and where arguments such as "it's ridiculous to hold someone accountable for something they did not know they were doing" comes up. As I mentioned, it's come up in Texas many times, and Texas is starting to lean towards "that can be true," but still closer to "it's more reasonable for an adult to be responsible for his actions than for a child to be."


It a jury could not nullify a law, there would not be a word for it.

Let's be honest...
A causality chart and informed statistical analysis would beat any jury.

-scheherazade

The Supreme Court has upheld informing juries that they cannot determine law and cannot nullify law. There have been occasions where they've refused to find someone guilty even though they agree he did the charge, but this has almost always been slave law. In some cases it is drug law.

In general, it's very progressive people finding their side to, if you excuse the cliche, the right side of history. Sorry, finding a pedophile innocent will never be something on the right side of history, and you won't find 9 to 11 people willing to agree that a pedophile is innocent because a law is unfair. He chose to sleep with a child.
 
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News Comments > Sunday Legal Briefs
27. Re: Sunday Legal Briefs Sep 25, 2018, 14:14 Beamer
 
Scheherazade wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 13:53:
Beamer wrote on Sep 24, 2018, 07:27:
Scheherazade wrote on Sep 23, 2018, 23:06:
jdreyer wrote on Sep 23, 2018, 17:49:
Scheherazade wrote on Sep 23, 2018, 15:37:
article conveniently left out details.

They met on sugardaddyme.com, where she was registered as 18.

And the sex is optional, not quid pro quo.

-scheherazade

For better or worse, her lying is irrelevant in the eyes of the law. All the law cares about is did he bang her (yes) and was she underaged (yes).

Maybe. He did consent to having sex with an 18 year old, not a 16 year old. We'll see how the jury takes it.

-scheherazade


First off, you're giving him a benefit of the doubt here. Do you give women the same when they claim they were raped? Or do only men get it? How do we know he didn't know she was underage?

Second, doesn't matter for the jury. Texas is a strict liability state, like most states, meaning what matters is the fact that he had sex with a minor. Not a single other thing matters. On appeal, he can make a strong argument based on some prior cases in Texas, but in front of the jury, they'll be instructed that what they're ruling on is solely if sex happened while she was underage, not what either was thinking when it did.

I'm a pure empiricist. Act on the physical evidence, nothing else.

I don't separate men/women for legal purposes. It's just people.

The jury is a direct representative of the state, and can nullify any law the government writes. It's the most important democracy preserving check/balance we have, because it's the only chance for direct democracy in our society to check the actions of representatives who do not represent the state's will. That's why the jury must be made of your peers, so that your peers can judge you by the standards of your society, not by the standards of any other. It's a shame that (and also obvious why) the government does its best effort to hide this part of our democracy.

-scheherazade

The jury cannot nullify a law. The appellate court can change the impact of laws, but the jury cannot. The jury is there to decide if the law was broken, not how the law should be applied, not if the law should be applied, and not if the law is just.

A jury trial is about facts, just facts. They determine what happened, and fit it into the boxes defined by laws. An appellate court is about process and laws, and where arguments such as "it's ridiculous to hold someone accountable for something they did not know they were doing" comes up. As I mentioned, it's come up in Texas many times, and Texas is starting to lean towards "that can be true," but still closer to "it's more reasonable for an adult to be responsible for his actions than for a child to be."
 
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News Comments > 125K Find Super Seducer Attractive; Sequel Announced
19. Re: 125K Find Super Seducer 2 Attractive; Sequel Announced Sep 25, 2018, 13:54 Beamer
 
jdreyer wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 13:47:
Vulkan wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 05:29:
jdreyer wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 04:12:
So, uh, does this game really teach you how to pick up wimmenz?

Asking for a friend.

It's a campy, tongue-in-cheek, silly game drawing from the same well as Leisure Suit Larry did many years ago with another generation. So no, not really.

As a bonus, I'll let you in on the secret to pick up any wimmen:

1. Be attractive.
2. Don't not be attractive.

So work out, eat healthy, and be kind, and even I can get teh wimmenz?

I generally feel like a big part of the problem is that guys that spend their entire day eating junk food and playing video games are angry that women who spend their entire days working out and eating well aren't interested in them. The women that spend all day eating junk food and playing video games may be, but that's not good enough.

Pretty sure half this board, at least, is married or close to it. Even us uggos find people, often very attractive ones. Not obsessing over model quality women, and not letting your anger at not having model quality women fester, seems to be the key.
 
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News Comments > Is The Walking Dead Undead? Should It Be?
4. Re: Is The Walking Dead Undead? Should It Be? Sep 25, 2018, 12:56 Beamer
 
I'm a bit torn on this. Telltale is dead. Fans want closure. That the company was forced to basically liquidate sucks, but they are arguably doing right to the fan in trying to do a bare-bones finish of the story.

I see arguments in doing what is best for the fan. There are clear arguments it sucked for the employee. So long as the owners don't profit from the final episodes, I think it's a win for the fans and a best case scenario. Lots of ways management and owners could sway this to being dirtbag, though.
 
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News Comments > Evening Safety Dance
16. Re: Evening Safety Dance Sep 25, 2018, 11:04 Beamer
 
Creston wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 11:00:
Mr. Tact wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 09:48:
DangerDog wrote on Sep 24, 2018, 22:31:
The look on people's faces when he wins a second term, it's going to be priceless.
I'm sure you'd think I was a crazy leftist wingnut. In reality, I lean slightly left from the center. That said, I unfortunately can't dismiss your prediction. It is possible Trump will win reelection.

Seeing as how the Dems have no candidate worth a shit, I think it's pretty much guaranteed.

What are you talking about!? There's, uh... and, uh... hmm.


Fuck.
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
3. Re: Out of the Blue Sep 25, 2018, 10:38 Beamer
 
Killer Kane wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 10:35:
The making of The Wild Bunch is a movie unto itself. Peckinpah had the crew sleep under the stars, they drank whiskey for breakfast, went into town on the off hours and got into bar room brawls with the locals...try that today, Mel old buddy

Throw in some violence against scantily clad women he keeps referring to as sex workers and it sounds like a typical day of the week for Mel, actually.
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
14. Re: Out of the Blue Sep 25, 2018, 09:32 Beamer
 
WarPig wrote on Sep 24, 2018, 21:35:
Fitztragicmagic?

Close enough for my fantasy team to win by 0.08 points. 0.08!
 
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News Comments > Evening Safety Dance
12. Re: Evening Safety Dance Sep 25, 2018, 09:13 Beamer
 
Drath71 wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 07:06:
jdreyer wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 04:04:
Whether or not the Russians threw the election for Trump is irrelevant. The fact remains that the Russians funded and staffed a professional political ratfucking operation designed to sow distrust, confusion, and partisanship among Americans. This is a threat to national security (if not an act of war) and must be dealt with in the most serious manner. Nothing less than our democracy is at stake.

True. But notice the title of the article isn't "How Russia interfered in our elections", it's leading toward the typical "OMG Trump WON (still in shock), and Russia Helped".
It's predictable though. If you see an political article mentioned here, it's going to be against Trump and/or Republicans.

I don't get your point. The article is right, Russia helped. They don't get 100% of the credit, but it's a concern that they get any
 
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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
18. Re: Morning Tech Bits Sep 25, 2018, 07:07 Beamer
 
jdreyer wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 04:21:
Cutter wrote on Sep 24, 2018, 21:50:
Tbat's absolute bullshit. The overwhelming majority of those jobs went to Mexico, then China - and still are. There are also industries that tie into US national security that have been on the brink of disappearing that have seen a resurgence since the trade wars started. If the US had never allowed China to get away with pegging their currency you wouldn't have the trade deficit you do and things would be a lot better all around for the American worker. Trump is actually acting in your interests right now whether you hate the guy or not. The rest of congress - GOP and Dems - has been ass-raping y'all sans lube for the last couple of decades so a little sympathy for the devil. Credit where credit is due.


Don't let facts get in the way of your rant:
The US did indeed lose about 5.6m manufacturing jobs between 2000 and 2010. But according to a study by the Center for Business and Economic Research at Ball State University, 85 per cent of these jobs losses are actually attributable to technological change largely automation rather than international trade.
That being said, yes, China has done some pretty nasty anticompetitive things such as currency manipulation and subsidizing industries to drive all other players out of business. More needs to be done to correct that.

But I'd imagine prior to 2000, as Cutter mentioned, things went to China and, to a lesser extent, Mexico, Bangladesh, Vietnam, etc. And it's slowing in China, with things going elsewhere.

There's also no evidence it's coming back here. Tariffs will be more likely to help than all the money given back to companies, though. As we've seen, none of those companies invested that cash into their workforce other than small, token bonuses followed by layoffs that more or less funded those token bonuses.
 
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News Comments > 125K Find Super Seducer Attractive; Sequel Announced
15. Re: 125K Find Super Seducer 2 Attractive; Sequel Announced Sep 25, 2018, 07:04 Beamer
 
Vulkan wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 05:29:
jdreyer wrote on Sep 25, 2018, 04:12:
So, uh, does this game really teach you how to pick up wimmenz?

Asking for a friend.

It's a campy, tongue-in-cheek, silly game drawing from the same well as Leisure Suit Larry did many years ago with another generation. So no, not really.

As a bonus, I'll let you in on the secret to pick up any wimmen:

1. Be attractive.
2. Don't not be attractive.

Considering how many unattractive men I see with girlfriends, I'd say that's not really relevant advice. It's far more important for women to be attractive - men are absolutely the more shallow sex.
 
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