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D0nt45k

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  1. It's still used somewhat interchangeably with high-functioning autism, and there are those in the field that disagree with the reclassification of the condition as part of the autistic spectrum on DSM V (some claim it wasn't motivated by medical practicality, but politics, or something else).
  2. There is a reason for the stereotype of the absent-minded professor existing. Anyway, aspie here. Wasn't officially diagnosed till I was 12 (as in having it in writing), but the first time somebody said I have it was when I was 5. People just didn't know what to do with me, and this translated to all sorts of misery, to put it lightly. This wasn't helped by the fact that my parents got me involved with all sorts of different quacks, from ones that were more interesting in hawking their books, to ones that pushed pills with contradictory effects on me, to some who resorted to...Pavlovia
  3. I wasn't bashing it, I just said nobody bought it. The PSP had a similar issue as well, though to not as great of a degree, though I did have one and enjoyed it quite a bit (until the lithium-ion battery did what they tend to do when they start going bad and...well...exploded...pro-tip: when lithium-ion batteries catch fire, they're extremely difficult to put out). Nobody was really able to break Nintendo's dominance of the portable market outside of Japan (where their competitors generally had an easier time keeping up). This didn't change until smart phones caught on in the second hal
  4. I have none of those (real talk, who the fuck bought a Vita?)
  5. MGS2 is one of only three games in the entire franchise (the other being MGR and Survive - yes, I even played Ghost Babel and both Ac!ds, and the iPhone tie-in for MGS4) that I never actually got around to playing, probably because I didn't get a PS2 until the end of that console's lifespan (prior to then I was mostly a PC or Nintendo gamer, and I still am for the most part). The version of Emma I usually think of, if ever, is the slightly exaggerated version from Hiimdaisy's "Let's Destroy Metal Gear Again".
  6. Yeah, plenty of it, but only for males annoyingly, or at least as far as I remember. It's also usually played for laughs though (emphasis on "usually", the couple of instances from Metal Gear Solid 3 were definitely not).
  7. The easiest method is to get blackout drunk. It'll knock you out and fill your bladder up, even more so if you also have plenty of water, which I strongly recommend to mitigate a potential hangover.
  8. On that token, I just had another idea: At one point, Pisuaria actually possessed nuclear weapons, specifically a trio of Soviet nuclear-tipped ICBMs housed in three silos, and a handful of nuclear-tipped cruise missiles. In the mid 1990s, they agreed to return these weapons to the Russian Federation under a deal brokered by the United States (echoing a similar deal with Ukraine...one that I think the Ukrainians have come to regret) in exchange for the aforementioned Kilo-class submarines to replace the older Foxtrot-class vessels they retained. The three emptied silos were converted in
  9. Admittedly most of it is anecdotal, from people I know personally, but there's a lot of corruption and graft in healthcare, that is a known fact. Risk of malpractoce suits or not, sometimes they're willing to bet on people either not caring or not knowing their rights if the potential payoff is big enough.
  10. I can't think of any situation where that might happen past maybe middle school. You'd have to be pretty immature and more than a little sadistic to do that sort of thing about something so trivial. Less patient, or just more willing to consider alternatives instead of always making a beeline to the nearest restroom if we know that there are other ones a little further away that probably aren't occupied. Seriously, when I was in high school, I once saw a line of girls waiting outside a restroom when another girl's room that was just up a flight of stairs had no
  11. It's a little more complicated than that. The Kellogg Brothers ran a medical practice before one of them decided to get into cereal (resulting in a falling out with his brother), and there was this obsession at the time with Neo-Puritan moralism (the same that would eventually result in the prohibition of alcohol, marijuana, and prostitution, the latter two still being in effect on the federal level while the former proved to be completely unenforceable, in addition to almost single-handedly leading to the rise of organized crime syndicates in the US to national prominence), which preached th
  12. I think I wouldn't have hated math so much if I didn't know that the vast majority of the crap I was being made to do would only ever be useful if I went into an advanced STEM field (and even then only in certain ones), there weren't a bunch of arbitrary restrictions placed on the students just to force them to do more work (in the real world, unless a nuclear war or massive solar storm knocks out all unshielded electronics, you'll always have access to calculators, and if that does happen you've got much bigger problems than worrying about a mathematical proof), and finally, if I just had one
  13. If it's gotten to the point where you need to consider moving it onto an external SSD, yeah, that might be a bit too much.
  14. As much as I might consider having this done myself, I don't know if it'll restore the lost sensitivity. You'd better believe that I'm quite bitter about this sort of thing being condoned because a certain group of people with a disproportionate amount of influence in high places will ruin you if you ever question even the alleged medical benefits of the practice. To add insult to injury, the female equivalent was declared a crime against humanity by the UN, but nobody gives a fuck about us guys.
  15. There's not much to say really, my job was to stay behind a curtain and reach out to tap people on the shoulder with a gloved hand. I put my hand on this chick's shoulder, she let out a shriek, and next thing I know, her jeans were soaked (she wasn't in a costume) and there was a puddle forming on the ground.
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