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    [–] Baro Ki'Teer 7/13/2018 Purehappiness 1 points ago in Warframe

    I don’t know why I look at this while I can’t access my computer... I just end up disappointed I can’t get things haha

    [–] Should the Republican Party embrace minority groups or working-class whites to stay competitive for the next 2 decades? Purehappiness 1 points ago in PoliticalDiscussion

    I agree, I feel a lot of people here are missing the point that Black voters aren’t single issue voters. They’re not going to switch because Republicans now agree with Democrats on a single issue.

    The Majority of Black people live in the city, which are already pro democratic areas. Republicans are going to need to switch a substantial part of cities before they switch the majority of Black voters.

    [–] Hearthstone: Announcing The Boomsday Project Purehappiness 1 points ago in hearthstone

    Except that your aggro opponent looses turns before you get to your expensive minions and board clear.

    [–] Sherman was justified, change my mind Purehappiness 4 points ago in HistoryMemes

    So... nothing on the burning of civilian housing?

    The allies decision to firebomb an entire city using weapons with an accuracy of a mile is vastly different from a single man with a torch being ordered to burn down any supply depots the enemy held.

    [–] Sleeping giant Purehappiness 1 points ago in HistoryMemes

    That’s fair, but you could also say that Japan was lucky because the US baby didn’t believe their radar reports were true. If the Navy had believed them, and the carriers were there, it’s entirely possible less ships would have been sunk.

    [–] Are there material differences between the current DOJ's planned refusal to defend the ACA in court and the Obama-era DOJ's refusal to defend DOMA in court? Purehappiness 4 points ago in NeutralPolitics

    Sorry, but what do you meant by filed the challenge? The DONA case was brought forward by Edith Windsor, not the DOJ.

    Also, one difference may be that the DOJ has defended ACA being constitutional before, and has not changed, whereas it had not done so for DOMA prior to US v. Windsor

    [–] The fewest US counties you can remove to change the outcome of the 2016 Presidential Election [OC] Purehappiness 10 points ago in dataisbeautiful

    If you look at the thread now, OP just analyzed the data incorrectly because of Alaska. Hillary won the popular vote by over 1 Million, and no individual county would allow Trump to win the popular vote.

    [–] Someones response to bag searches at E3 Purehappiness 1 points ago in iamverybadass

    What’s with the last comment saying he’s pro-socialism? He literally says he’s Ancom?

    [–] MATLAB course(s) to complete over the summer break? Purehappiness 4 points ago in EngineeringStudents

    It’s not necessary about can vs can’t do, it some companies use one or the other, and expect you to learn their preferred one. Having some experience with both with make you a more attractive candidate, but if you know one well, it’s pretty easy ( from my limited experience) to learn the other.

    [–] When Keem agrees with you, you know you've fucked up Purehappiness 3 points ago in h3h3productions

    A Jewish person to a rat is a classic one, and I totally think people would be fired over that

    [–] who's coming? Purehappiness 59 points ago in dankmemes

    As long as Bismarck gets to be Kaiser

    [–] Forget about gzipping, minification, ahead of time compilation and code splitting, GDPR is the ultimate optimization tool Purehappiness 6 points ago in ProgrammerHumor

    I understand what you’re going for, but advertising can be specified, which is “legitimate interest”, and pointer movement can be used for analysis of how to improve the website.

    I don’t think “legitimate interest” is as strong a defense as you may initially hope.

    [–] Forget about gzipping, minification, ahead of time compilation and code splitting, GDPR is the ultimate optimization tool Purehappiness 4 points ago in ProgrammerHumor

    Yeah, it wouldn’t make any sense for all of these companies, which run purely off advertising income, to be forced to offer their services to you without you “paying”. That would break the internet (as it is now) for years.

    [–] What did another person do that accidentally turned you on? Purehappiness 7 points ago in AskReddit

    That community suggests contracts in order to make agreed boundaries and, of course, for both sides to have in case of a court case being necessary.

    [–] Murica? Purehappiness 13 points ago in HistoryMemes

    Source of image?

    [–] South and North Korean table tennis teams requested to not play each other in the quarter finals and instead play the semifinals together as one team. Purehappiness 1 points ago in news

    It’s almost like our President was trading insults with someone who isn’t exactly stable and has access to nuclear weapons when those articles were posted...

    But I guess that would be against your agenda, so I’m sure you’ll ignore that.

    [–] Subpar GPA, no resume. What to do from here? Purehappiness 4 points ago in EngineeringStudents

    I’m also a Junior engineer, but in a bit of a better place. Here’s my suggestions:

    1) Network. Go to networking events, career fairs, etc.

    2) Join an engineering fair, push to do something actually useful on the team, talk about that when you get interviews, as well as dealing with inevitable team drama (ie people who don’t do stuff on time/aren’t invested). In my personal experience, that’s what hiring people are actually interested in.

    3) Look at larger mid-tier companies. A good one for you might be GM. They’re seriously cutting down on ME hiring, but they’re doing some major culture changes, and they have a program that allows you to jump around to different groups for your first two years. Similar companies don’t need “hero” engineers who are amazing, they need team players who are good.

    [–] Stephen Hawking's final research paper, just published in an open access journal, suggests that our Universe may be one of many similar to our own. It points a way forward for astronomers to find evidence of the existence of parallel universes. The study was submitted 10 days before he died. Purehappiness 22 points ago in space

    Except that may not be true. Galaxies outside of our local cluster/forming super-cluster are accelerating away from us, suggesting that the universe is actually expanding, which suggests that “space” may be something created.

    However, you would have to travel faster than light to actually reach the “outside” of the universe, so we’re not sure if there is actually a limit to space (if space is created), or if there is instead some force that pushes matter apart over time.

    If someone who actually studied this can/has speak/spoken on this, I’d love to read more on it, but space being created is actually a potential solution to the universe expanding.

    [–] 2016 MacBook Pro butterfly keyboards failing twice as frequently as older models Purehappiness 1 points ago in apple

    Yeah, because the German’s Serial codes were in sequential order, they could find the parts in newly destroyed tanks and use those methods to fill in the gaps in their numbers (ie if they only see 1, 3, 4; 2 mostly likely exists, as does 5) and then determine how effective bombing different factories were on German production!

    More people should learn basis statistics, it’s incredibly interesting and useful.

    [–] 2016 MacBook Pro butterfly keyboards failing twice as frequently as older models Purehappiness 6 points ago in apple

    Surveys have statistical backing to them. An individual does not, unless they have hundreds of independent events occurring to them.

    [–] During Puerto Rico’s Blackout, Solar Microgrids Kept The Lights On: As the utility on the island continues to fail, new systems of renewables–installed after the storm–are showing what a more resilient grid could look like. Purehappiness 3 points ago in Futurology

    Right, but given that California is a highly liberal state, that isn’t surprising. Also, a state/country constantly having debt isn’t inherently a bad sign, as the debt they take is long term slowly paid. Therefore, as they pay off their debt, they take more debt in order to pay for large projects.

    It completely makes sense that a state with higher than average gdp has and equivalently high debt.