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Old 2014-08-07, 08:20   Link #7541
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If it goes well you just have to bear with it a bit. If it does not go that well, you can just sue the dentist or something, so at least you get some compensation. Just take it optimistically and it will be fine.
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Old 2014-08-27, 23:45   Link #7542
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Why are Japanese girls so short; or rather, small-sized and cute?

I just read that the voice actress Asuka Ogame is only 1.42m. Standing at 1.78m myself, I could literally pick her up and carry her like a 10-year-old little sister.

That is not all, I checked through the internet and found out that she is not alone - Aoi Yuuki, Ayana Taketatsu and even the infamous goddesses Yukari Tamura and Mizuki Nana, despite being over 30, still stand at around 1.5m.
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Old 2014-08-28, 10:39   Link #7543
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Is Antidepressant have major side effects?
Is it better to stay away from it no matter how depress you are?
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Old 2014-08-29, 11:50   Link #7544
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Is Antidepressant have major side effects?
Is it better to stay away from it no matter how depress you are?
Antidepressants are standard treatment for severe depression which is just as much an illness as any other illness that requires drug treatment. Whilst there are side effects to antidepressants there are potential side effects to any medication and not everyone gets them. To put it into perspective, common side effects are defined as side effects that only 1 to 10% of the population can get. Your doctor can decide whether your depression requires antidepressants. It is not better to stay away from them no matter how depressed you are. Some people need them and there's nothing wrong with that any more than a diabetic needing insulin.

FYI, I work as a pharmacist and have come across loads of people that have been prescribed antidepressants that are perfectly normal. In most cases their medication allows them to lead healthy lives where they wouldn't have been able to before.
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Old 2014-09-07, 15:57   Link #7545
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Why are Japanese girls so short; or rather, small-sized and cute?

I just read that the voice actress Asuka Ogame is only 1.42m. Standing at 1.78m myself, I could literally pick her up and carry her like a 10-year-old little sister.

That is not all, I checked through the internet and found out that she is not alone - Aoi Yuuki, Ayana Taketatsu and even the infamous goddesses Yukari Tamura and Mizuki Nana, despite being over 30, still stand at around 1.5m.
It's not fully understood, but there definitely is a significant hereditary component to height and Japan still retains its particular gene pool.

India and the Philippines actually have the shortest women, and that's probably just from the kids' protein intake being low. Growth gets stunted if you don't eat a lot. The Japanese are relatively light eaters, too - just compare their restaurant portions to the west. As to how they stay thin, well, Japan has some of the most intense peer pressure when it comes to that stuff. They will rather be miserable than be fat. Of course, that attitude is going to affect the children in the family as well.
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Old 2014-09-12, 04:25   Link #7546
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I'm getting the Cloudflare prompt on some sites as usual...except the captcha disappered.

It's totally still asking for the code though...

Any ideas?
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Old 2014-09-12, 11:15   Link #7547
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Hmm, I'd recommend trying a different browser for those select websites. That sounds like the kind of issue that's browser-specific, and which could possibly be resolved by trying out a different one for Cloudflare websites.
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Old 2014-09-12, 11:33   Link #7548
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Unfortunately it's my ip. I tried the browser thing before.

Well the captchas suddenly came back. I reported it to Cloudflare, but who knows...
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Old 2014-09-12, 12:45   Link #7549
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Unfortunately it's my ip. I tried the browser thing before.

Well the captchas suddenly came back. I reported it to Cloudflare, but who knows...
Wipe your cache and cookies then try again.
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Most of all, you have to be disciplined and you have to save, even if you hate our current financial system. Because if you don't save, then you're guaranteed to end up with nothing.
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Old 2014-09-14, 22:49   Link #7550
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Does anyone know where I can buy a full-sized (standard) sim to mini sim cutter?
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When three puppygirls named after pastries are on top of each other, it is called Eclair a'la menthe et Biscotti aux fraises avec beaucoup de Ricotta sur le dessus.
Most of all, you have to be disciplined and you have to save, even if you hate our current financial system. Because if you don't save, then you're guaranteed to end up with nothing.
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Old 2014-09-15, 02:03   Link #7551
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When converting mine I just chopped bits off with scissors. Works fine, as long as you're careful.
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Old 2014-09-15, 02:07   Link #7552
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When converting mine I just chopped bits off with scissors. Works fine, as long as you're careful.
What if you have 1000 pieces to cut, and returning it to supplier means you got no stock for a month?
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Most of all, you have to be disciplined and you have to save, even if you hate our current financial system. Because if you don't save, then you're guaranteed to end up with nothing.
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Old 2014-09-15, 04:26   Link #7553
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Oooooooohhh. Well. Uhm. Avoid coffee?


Kidding. This look anything like what you're after?
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Old 2014-09-15, 08:10   Link #7554
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I know that the terms "copyright infringement", "theft", and "piracy"

I know that the terms "copyright infringement", "theft", and "piracy" are often used interchangeably. However, I'm curious what the technical differences are. I've Google but I am looking for someone's opinion of them in lay terms.
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Old 2014-09-15, 09:32   Link #7555
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Oooooooohhh. Well. Uhm. Avoid coffee?


Kidding. This look anything like what you're after?
Nope. I was looking for a Full-sized to mini cutter, 1FF to 2FF.
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Most of all, you have to be disciplined and you have to save, even if you hate our current financial system. Because if you don't save, then you're guaranteed to end up with nothing.
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Old 2014-09-15, 10:13   Link #7556
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I know that the terms "copyright infringement", "theft", and "piracy" are often used interchangeably. However, I'm curious what the technical differences are. I've Google but I am looking for someone's opinion of them in lay terms.
"copyright infringement" - In this case the offender is a published work or anyone that makes public use, in something that he claims to be made by himself, while using material that is copyrighted, without the consent of the original author.
Exceptions to this rule are things that are within the definition of "fair use" and parody (which is protected speech).
No such thing as "copyright infringement" exists for anything that is made for personal use and is not public.

"Theft" - the appropriation of a property (a "good") that belongs to someone else. Usually this term is associated with real things, but the concept has extended to "intellectual properties" or other abstract concept such as "identity" and "information". Generally anytime someone takes "something" that by law he isn't supposed to take: that's theft.

"piracy" - Originally this term referred to the act of hijacking mercantile ships and stearling their goods and money, diverting the influx of money derived from such trade routes into their own treasury.
Later on this term was used to indicate the act of profiteering by selling counterfeit copyrighted products, therefore, in a sense, hijacking the influx of money derived from the sale of a certain product into their pockets, often, but not necessarily, without the knowledge of the customers.
Nowadays anyone that copies and distributes a copyrighted work is considered a "pirate" whether he gains money from that or not. As the copyright owners only care about the influx of money that doesn't get into their pockets, they see absolutely no distinction.
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Old 2014-09-15, 15:32   Link #7557
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Those are though (eg this). They're basically hole punches, just put in the appropriate sized template. (Or no template I guess for mini.)
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