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[Reply] #1
04-25-2010 11:46 PM
Jeff Hardy
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me thinks this is one Loli Pedo Bear might have a bit of trouble molesting.wink


What do you say?

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Pedo Bear Pedo’s her

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[Reply] #4
05-29-2010 08:53 AM
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http://fc03.deviantart.net/fs71/i/2010/137/c/3/Wrong_move_by_Pedo_Bear_by_Aniforce.png

this is what would happen... smiley

[Reply] #5
05-29-2010 08:54 AM
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Ahum, with picture:
[img]http://fc03.deviantart.net/fs71/i/2010/137/c/3/Wrong_move_by_Pedo_Bear_by_Aniforce.png[/img]

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Aniforce.nl wrote: Ahum, with picture:



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05-29-2010 01:05 PM
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Pedo Bear gets pwned...

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05-29-2010 02:09 PM
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05-29-2010 10:17 PM
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APart from running and sticking his thumb up, I don’t know what powers pedo bear posseses. I do know that Hit Girl posses many powers though.

[Reply] #10
07-28-2013 09:42 AM
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To: Kary L. KrismerRegarding desperate slleers.Sniglet posts about his job search in this thread. He also has a pod cast, which I plan to listen to hear his perspective, but I have not done so yet.Speaking in general, the unemployed person with insurance, in other words some pay, is a lot less desperate than the person with no pay, yet the both compete in the same market. As the unemployment benefits get closer to the end, the bargaining position of the unemployed person is less and less.Also note that the unemployment insurance allows a person to decline a much lower paying job, yet a job that pays near the old rate must be taken for continued unemployment insurance qualification. In other words, a low offer will probably be refused, at least initially, but as time goes on, expectations may change. The desire of the unemployed person to sell his or her services is very similar to the desire of the home seller to sell his or her home. If you find that perfect match right away, the unemployed is in great shape, but what are the chances of that? In a hot market the chances of finding an approximate match are much better than in a cold market.I was tracking a few of the automotive parts suppliers close up shop in Michigan. One had 400 employees. A few of those 400 found something new right away, but on the other side, a few might still be unemployed. It’s about the same in housing. 400 new homes come on the market. A few sell right away, yet others linger on and on. If there is a problem, a good match is hard to find.When an offer comes in, one must always ask if the NPV to decline is positive. There are some who will always take the sure thing, even at the expense of a possible big benefit. Finding a much better position could pay off, if it is found. Is it worth the risk.That brings up another thing that is very interesting. Risk tolerance.If I offer you $100 or 50/50 at $200, which would you take?If I offer you $10,000, of $2^n where n is the number of fair coin flips until a head shows up, which would you take?In other words, if the first toss is heads, you get $2.If the first toss is tails, but the second toss is heads, you get $4If the first and second toss are both tails, but the third toss is heads, you get $8and so on.In the second example, I am yet to find a single unknowing person take the $2^n coin toss option. In fact, many knowing people would rather take the $10,000, yet clearly an unbounded opportunity has a much greater than $10,000 expected value.Why is it so many people want the $10,000 when the expected payoff is much higher going with the coin tosses?For those who want the expected value computation of the coin toss option:On the first toss there is a 50% that the game ends, and a 50% that it continues.The same is true on every individual toss, as coins do not have memory, but the chances of stopping on a given level are 1:2^n (1/2 the first round, 1/4 the second round, 1/8 the third round )Expected value:$2 * 1/2 + $4 * 1/4 + $8 * 1/8 + =$1+$1+$1+ = $oo($infinite)Note that 1/2+1/4+1/8+ = 100% Rate this comment: 0 0

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xpmNRRbZ0Cgf wrote: To: Kary L. KrismerRegarding desperate slleers.Sniglet posts about his job search in this thread. He also has a pod cast, which I plan to listen to hear his perspective, but I have not done so yet.Speaking in general, the unemployed person with insurance, in other words some pay, is a lot less desperate than the person with no pay, yet the both compete in the same market. As the unemployment benefits get closer to the end, the bargaining position of the unemployed person is less and less.Also note that the unemployment insurance allows a person to decline a much lower paying job, yet a job that pays near the old rate must be taken for continued unemployment insurance qualification. In other words, a low offer will probably be refused, at least initially, but as time goes on, expectations may change. The desire of the unemployed person to sell his or her services is very similar to the desire of the home seller to sell his or her home. If you find that perfect match right away, the unemployed is in great shape, but what are the chances of that? In a hot market the chances of finding an approximate match are much better than in a cold market.I was tracking a few of the automotive parts suppliers close up shop in Michigan. One had 400 employees. A few of those 400 found something new right away, but on the other side, a few might still be unemployed. It’s about the same in housing. 400 new homes come on the market. A few sell right away, yet others linger on and on. If there is a problem, a good match is hard to find.When an offer comes in, one must always ask if the NPV to decline is positive. There are some who will always take the sure thing, even at the expense of a possible big benefit. Finding a much better position could pay off, if it is found. Is it worth the risk.That brings up another thing that is very interesting. Risk tolerance.If I offer you $100 or 50/50 at $200, which would you take?If I offer you $10,000, of $2^n where n is the number of fair coin flips until a head shows up, which would you take?In other words, if the first toss is heads, you get $2.If the first toss is tails, but the second toss is heads, you get $4If the first and second toss are both tails, but the third toss is heads, you get $8and so on.In the second example, I am yet to find a single unknowing person take the $2^n coin toss option. In fact, many knowing people would rather take the $10,000, yet clearly an unbounded opportunity has a much greater than $10,000 expected value.Why is it so many people want the $10,000 when the expected payoff is much higher going with the coin tosses?For those who want the expected value computation of the coin toss option:On the first toss there is a 50% that the game ends, and a 50% that it continues.The same is true on every individual toss, as coins do not have memory, but the chances of stopping on a given level are 1:2^n (1/2 the first round, 1/4 the second round, 1/8 the third round )Expected value:$2 * 1/2 + $4 * 1/4 + $8 * 1/8 + =$1+$1+$1+ = $oo($infinite)Note that 1/2+1/4+1/8+ = 100% Rate this comment: 0 0


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07-28-2013 09:44 AM
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07-28-2013 12:21 PM
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xpmNRRbZ0Cgf wrote: To: Kary L. KrismerRegarding desperate slleers.Sniglet posts about his job search in this thread. He also has a pod cast, which I plan to listen to hear his perspective, but I have not done so yet.Speaking in general, the unemployed person with insurance, in other words some pay, is a lot less desperate than the person with no pay, yet the both compete in the same market. As the unemployment benefits get closer to the end, the bargaining position of the unemployed person is less and less.Also note that the unemployment insurance allows a person to decline a much lower paying job, yet a job that pays near the old rate must be taken for continued unemployment insurance qualification. In other words, a low offer will probably be refused, at least initially, but as time goes on, expectations may change. The desire of the unemployed person to sell his or her services is very similar to the desire of the home seller to sell his or her home. If you find that perfect match right away, the unemployed is in great shape, but what are the chances of that? In a hot market the chances of finding an approximate match are much better than in a cold market.I was tracking a few of the automotive parts suppliers close up shop in Michigan. One had 400 employees. A few of those 400 found something new right away, but on the other side, a few might still be unemployed. It’s about the same in housing. 400 new homes come on the market. A few sell right away, yet others linger on and on. If there is a problem, a good match is hard to find.When an offer comes in, one must always ask if the NPV to decline is positive. There are some who will always take the sure thing, even at the expense of a possible big benefit. Finding a much better position could pay off, if it is found. Is it worth the risk.That brings up another thing that is very interesting. Risk tolerance.If I offer you $100 or 50/50 at $200, which would you take?If I offer you $10,000, of $2^n where n is the number of fair coin flips until a head shows up, which would you take?In other words, if the first toss is heads, you get $2.If the first toss is tails, but the second toss is heads, you get $4If the first and second toss are both tails, but the third toss is heads, you get $8and so on.In the second example, I am yet to find a single unknowing person take the $2^n coin toss option. In fact, many knowing people would rather take the $10,000, yet clearly an unbounded opportunity has a much greater than $10,000 expected value.Why is it so many people want the $10,000 when the expected payoff is much higher going with the coin tosses?For those who want the expected value computation of the coin toss option:On the first toss there is a 50% that the game ends, and a 50% that it continues.The same is true on every individual toss, as coins do not have memory, but the chances of stopping on a given level are 1:2^n (1/2 the first round, 1/4 the second round, 1/8 the third round )Expected value:$2 * 1/2 + $4 * 1/4 + $8 * 1/8 + =$1+$1+$1+ = $oo($infinite)Note that 1/2+1/4+1/8+ = 100% Rate this comment: 0 0




This answers the thread perfectly.


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07-28-2013 12:27 PM
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07-29-2013 08:20 PM
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It gives them a massive<a href=“http://mqwztkmfl.com”> ssibudy</a> so that they will be able to afford to get medical insurance, and so that the medical insurance will cost them less than they would have to the emergency room if the bill had not been passed, so it will save them money and they will have more money to use to eat, because they will not need to spend as much on ER’s.

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Aniforce.nl wrote: Ahum, with picture:


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07-29-2013 08:22 PM
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Broken Genesis wrote:

Aniforce.nl wrote: Ahum, with picture:

[Reply] #20
07-30-2013 11:32 PM
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Will -- here’s the difference. There are <a href=“http://avgmsy.com”>ineded</a> 12,673,000 who do not have jobs. But they are still counted as being I the labor force because they are looking/collecting unemployment while they do so.There are an additional 87,897,000 (I don’t know where they got that figure but it’s not the first time or place I’ve seen it) who are not looking (for whatever reason) and are therefore not counted in the labor force.For a total of 100,570,000 who don’t have a job.But of that 100+m 12.6m are still considered part of the labor force even though they don’t have a job.And then folks wonder why they can’t get a reliable number but hey, this is the government, and it was going on long before Chicago Jesus came along.Now, as for the last part of your equation up there don’t forget of the 66% of the population that doesn’t work and isn’t part of the other demographics a big chunk is retired or too young to work.Still, the issue remains that ther are 12.5m “officially” unemployed and 3.7m jobs to go around.Which is a little worse than 1 job for every three that are counted out there (and an even worse ratio if we count the ones the gov’t won’t).So when the numbnuts on eeVee start running on about how they pity all these poor out of work people how terrible for them and their families let’s cut off their unemployment so they go out and get a job. . .where the hell are those other 2 unemployed supposed to get a job and what are they and their families supposed to live on until they do?(yeah, I know, I’m repeating my rant but Hannity Bolling and Stein really pissed me off this weekend. (And that dipshit broad Andrea Tantaros, too.) Among others.

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