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#127243 - The thing is that having a girlfriend makes you more attractiv… 04/13/2014 on Advice - love advice,... +1
#123 - No offense but you look like you have a black eye in that picture. 04/13/2014 on Lookalike Contest Results +1
#20 - That description... is missing code... 04/12/2014 on /k/ a magical place +8
#48 - genius! 04/12/2014 on how to make wii u succide 0
#53 - So what do you suggest? Redistributing the wealth? That won'…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/12/2014 on You know you have too much... 0
User avatar #54 - whistleandrun (04/12/2014) [-]
No, I support a system where you pay a higher percentage of tax the more you earn, starting at a point above the living wage. How would that lower incentives to produce? Huge profits could still be made.
#51 - Taxation would be better if it were a flat tax. Everyone pays…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/12/2014 on You know you have too much... 0
User avatar #52 - whistleandrun (04/12/2014) [-]
Except that the tax percentage that means the difference between a low paid worker's kids getting new shoes or not makes no difference to the quality of life of a multi-millionaire. And the percentage low enough for everyone to handle wouldn't bring in enough income to provide all the necessary provisions for society.
User avatar #53 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
So what do you suggest? Redistributing the wealth? That won't work. All it would do is lower incentives to produce.
User avatar #54 - whistleandrun (04/12/2014) [-]
No, I support a system where you pay a higher percentage of tax the more you earn, starting at a point above the living wage. How would that lower incentives to produce? Huge profits could still be made.
#127178 - I suggest you just give up with him. I gave him about 10 reas…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/12/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
User avatar #127182 - womanexplain (04/12/2014) [-]
Yeah, people will horrible attitudes and ridiculous lifestyles just bug me though, idk why .
#24 - Assigned seating? 04/12/2014 on Link 0
#49 - By work hard I don't mean work physically harder. One needs t…  [+] (5 new replies) 04/12/2014 on You know you have too much... 0
User avatar #50 - whistleandrun (04/12/2014) [-]
No, life isn't fair. But a system of taxation and public services help to make it fairer.
User avatar #51 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
Taxation would be better if it were a flat tax. Everyone pays the same amount with no loopholes.
User avatar #52 - whistleandrun (04/12/2014) [-]
Except that the tax percentage that means the difference between a low paid worker's kids getting new shoes or not makes no difference to the quality of life of a multi-millionaire. And the percentage low enough for everyone to handle wouldn't bring in enough income to provide all the necessary provisions for society.
User avatar #53 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
So what do you suggest? Redistributing the wealth? That won't work. All it would do is lower incentives to produce.
User avatar #54 - whistleandrun (04/12/2014) [-]
No, I support a system where you pay a higher percentage of tax the more you earn, starting at a point above the living wage. How would that lower incentives to produce? Huge profits could still be made.
#22751 - Thought so. I wouldn't understand why a QB for the 49ers woul…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/12/2014 on Sports - sports news, news... 0
User avatar #22752 - MillionsKnives (04/12/2014) [-]
He is involved in a sexual assault case in Miami though.
#127061 - It isn't just math. But the more math you know the better adv…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/12/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
User avatar #127063 - dragx (04/12/2014) [-]
hmm, ok man, I do really appreciate the advice
#127059 - Since you seem so reluctant to take my advice. How about tryi…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/12/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
User avatar #127060 - dragx (04/12/2014) [-]
I want to take math, I just don't want to find out Computer Science is JUST math.
User avatar #127061 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
It isn't just math. But the more math you know the better advantage you have. Quite a bit of CS is algorithms and like you said, most algorithms require basic math and some logic.
User avatar #127063 - dragx (04/12/2014) [-]
hmm, ok man, I do really appreciate the advice
#22748 - Is it fake or real?  [+] (3 new replies) 04/12/2014 on Sports - sports news, news... 0
User avatar #22750 - MillionsKnives (04/12/2014) [-]
Fake. All you have to do is replace the name of the player and the city.
User avatar #22751 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
Thought so. I wouldn't understand why a QB for the 49ers would want to draw that kind of unwanted attention or steal anything.
User avatar #22752 - MillionsKnives (04/12/2014) [-]
He is involved in a sexual assault case in Miami though.
#127053 - Ok, for example, you work for an insurance company and your bo…  [+] (5 new replies) 04/12/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
User avatar #127057 - dragx (04/12/2014) [-]
bby pls, anyone can logically do an algorithm with basic algebra...
For example If I were to do an algorithm on how helpful your answer was, I'd take the number of characters you posted and label it as "C" then I'd take the number of times you linked your answer to the question at hand and label it "L", then I'd add those two and divide it by how long it took to read your answer in seconds "T"
C+L / T
Then I'd just repeat this for every answer given.
It doesn't take any real maths to do algorithms well, just logic, and that is what I'm wondering, is math needed or is math the tool to strengthen logic which is needed.
User avatar #127059 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
Since you seem so reluctant to take my advice. How about trying to take computer science without taking any math classes.
User avatar #127060 - dragx (04/12/2014) [-]
I want to take math, I just don't want to find out Computer Science is JUST math.
User avatar #127061 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
It isn't just math. But the more math you know the better advantage you have. Quite a bit of CS is algorithms and like you said, most algorithms require basic math and some logic.
User avatar #127063 - dragx (04/12/2014) [-]
hmm, ok man, I do really appreciate the advice
#127048 - lol you have no idea. I'm not talking about high school stati…  [+] (7 new replies) 04/12/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
User avatar #127049 - dragx (04/12/2014) [-]
Example? And how is it applied in Computer Science to do something?
User avatar #127053 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
Ok, for example, you work for an insurance company and your boss wants you to determine if there is a significant difference between two different groups when it comes to claim amounts (like car accidents). If you know CS, you would be using a high level language like Python to construct a model.

If you want to go even deeper. Suppose you want to compute premiums for a life insurance policy, which pays in an annuity. You would need to understand premiums are built (hint: you need math) and you would need to apply math to construct an algorithm to develop the premiums and to determine the monthly payment from the annuity.
User avatar #127057 - dragx (04/12/2014) [-]
bby pls, anyone can logically do an algorithm with basic algebra...
For example If I were to do an algorithm on how helpful your answer was, I'd take the number of characters you posted and label it as "C" then I'd take the number of times you linked your answer to the question at hand and label it "L", then I'd add those two and divide it by how long it took to read your answer in seconds "T"
C+L / T
Then I'd just repeat this for every answer given.
It doesn't take any real maths to do algorithms well, just logic, and that is what I'm wondering, is math needed or is math the tool to strengthen logic which is needed.
User avatar #127059 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
Since you seem so reluctant to take my advice. How about trying to take computer science without taking any math classes.
User avatar #127060 - dragx (04/12/2014) [-]
I want to take math, I just don't want to find out Computer Science is JUST math.
User avatar #127061 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
It isn't just math. But the more math you know the better advantage you have. Quite a bit of CS is algorithms and like you said, most algorithms require basic math and some logic.
User avatar #127063 - dragx (04/12/2014) [-]
hmm, ok man, I do really appreciate the advice
#127015 - one big application of programming is statistics.  [+] (9 new replies) 04/11/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
User avatar #127023 - dragx (04/11/2014) [-]
Statistics isn't that hard to understand I guess.
User avatar #127048 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
lol you have no idea. I'm not talking about high school statistics. I'm talking about stochastic modeling, regression, time series analysis. These things are not something you can just take for granted. You have to understand the concepts.
User avatar #127049 - dragx (04/12/2014) [-]
Example? And how is it applied in Computer Science to do something?
User avatar #127053 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
Ok, for example, you work for an insurance company and your boss wants you to determine if there is a significant difference between two different groups when it comes to claim amounts (like car accidents). If you know CS, you would be using a high level language like Python to construct a model.

If you want to go even deeper. Suppose you want to compute premiums for a life insurance policy, which pays in an annuity. You would need to understand premiums are built (hint: you need math) and you would need to apply math to construct an algorithm to develop the premiums and to determine the monthly payment from the annuity.
User avatar #127057 - dragx (04/12/2014) [-]
bby pls, anyone can logically do an algorithm with basic algebra...
For example If I were to do an algorithm on how helpful your answer was, I'd take the number of characters you posted and label it as "C" then I'd take the number of times you linked your answer to the question at hand and label it "L", then I'd add those two and divide it by how long it took to read your answer in seconds "T"
C+L / T
Then I'd just repeat this for every answer given.
It doesn't take any real maths to do algorithms well, just logic, and that is what I'm wondering, is math needed or is math the tool to strengthen logic which is needed.
User avatar #127059 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
Since you seem so reluctant to take my advice. How about trying to take computer science without taking any math classes.
User avatar #127060 - dragx (04/12/2014) [-]
I want to take math, I just don't want to find out Computer Science is JUST math.
User avatar #127061 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
It isn't just math. But the more math you know the better advantage you have. Quite a bit of CS is algorithms and like you said, most algorithms require basic math and some logic.
User avatar #127063 - dragx (04/12/2014) [-]
hmm, ok man, I do really appreciate the advice
#126904 - ask away. 04/11/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
#68 - Newest trailer I'm definitely interested. L… 04/11/2014 on Rematch 0
#126874 - It's because in order to do algorithms you need to use math. …  [+] (11 new replies) 04/11/2014 on Advice - love advice,... 0
User avatar #126969 - dragx (04/11/2014) [-]
Meh, I agree, but I can do algorithms really well, for anything really, it's just based on being observant and logic.
User avatar #127015 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/11/2014) [-]
one big application of programming is statistics.
User avatar #127023 - dragx (04/11/2014) [-]
Statistics isn't that hard to understand I guess.
User avatar #127048 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
lol you have no idea. I'm not talking about high school statistics. I'm talking about stochastic modeling, regression, time series analysis. These things are not something you can just take for granted. You have to understand the concepts.
User avatar #127049 - dragx (04/12/2014) [-]
Example? And how is it applied in Computer Science to do something?
User avatar #127053 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
Ok, for example, you work for an insurance company and your boss wants you to determine if there is a significant difference between two different groups when it comes to claim amounts (like car accidents). If you know CS, you would be using a high level language like Python to construct a model.

If you want to go even deeper. Suppose you want to compute premiums for a life insurance policy, which pays in an annuity. You would need to understand premiums are built (hint: you need math) and you would need to apply math to construct an algorithm to develop the premiums and to determine the monthly payment from the annuity.
User avatar #127057 - dragx (04/12/2014) [-]
bby pls, anyone can logically do an algorithm with basic algebra...
For example If I were to do an algorithm on how helpful your answer was, I'd take the number of characters you posted and label it as "C" then I'd take the number of times you linked your answer to the question at hand and label it "L", then I'd add those two and divide it by how long it took to read your answer in seconds "T"
C+L / T
Then I'd just repeat this for every answer given.
It doesn't take any real maths to do algorithms well, just logic, and that is what I'm wondering, is math needed or is math the tool to strengthen logic which is needed.
User avatar #127059 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
Since you seem so reluctant to take my advice. How about trying to take computer science without taking any math classes.
User avatar #127060 - dragx (04/12/2014) [-]
I want to take math, I just don't want to find out Computer Science is JUST math.
User avatar #127061 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
It isn't just math. But the more math you know the better advantage you have. Quite a bit of CS is algorithms and like you said, most algorithms require basic math and some logic.
User avatar #127063 - dragx (04/12/2014) [-]
hmm, ok man, I do really appreciate the advice
#47 - some artists make a ton of money. It's a matter of how hard y…  [+] (7 new replies) 04/10/2014 on You know you have too much... 0
User avatar #48 - whistleandrun (04/12/2014) [-]
The idea that "harder work=more money" is a pretty simplistic view of society. Obviously you need to work hard to earn money at all, but there are waaaaaaay more factors at play for financial success than just working hard.

You really think that the most successful musicians are they because they worked the hardest? And the struggling musicians trying to make it big are just too darn lazy?
User avatar #49 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
By work hard I don't mean work physically harder. One needs to work harder in terms of thinking smarter and gaining a reputation through networking, yeah some people are born with this because they are rich, but they won't ever build a character because of it.

Quite a few of the richest people did not start off with rich parents.

Yes luck is part of the deal too, but that's life. Life isn't fair.
User avatar #50 - whistleandrun (04/12/2014) [-]
No, life isn't fair. But a system of taxation and public services help to make it fairer.
User avatar #51 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
Taxation would be better if it were a flat tax. Everyone pays the same amount with no loopholes.
User avatar #52 - whistleandrun (04/12/2014) [-]
Except that the tax percentage that means the difference between a low paid worker's kids getting new shoes or not makes no difference to the quality of life of a multi-millionaire. And the percentage low enough for everyone to handle wouldn't bring in enough income to provide all the necessary provisions for society.
User avatar #53 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
So what do you suggest? Redistributing the wealth? That won't work. All it would do is lower incentives to produce.
User avatar #54 - whistleandrun (04/12/2014) [-]
No, I support a system where you pay a higher percentage of tax the more you earn, starting at a point above the living wage. How would that lower incentives to produce? Huge profits could still be made.
#44 - Then start your own company or become a CEO if it's that easy.  [+] (9 new replies) 04/10/2014 on You know you have too much... 0
User avatar #46 - whistleandrun (04/10/2014) [-]
I never said it was easy, I said it's not only due to working hard that people become successful, just as how people remaining in low paid jobs aren't necessarily there because they don't work hard enough.

Why should choosing a job in a marketable field mean you have superior access to basic services? Should nobody choose to be artists or writers because they're very unlikely to make much money? Should everyone become lawyers or investment bankers?
User avatar #47 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/10/2014) [-]
some artists make a ton of money. It's a matter of how hard you work, the government redistributing wealth lowers the incentive to work hard.
User avatar #48 - whistleandrun (04/12/2014) [-]
The idea that "harder work=more money" is a pretty simplistic view of society. Obviously you need to work hard to earn money at all, but there are waaaaaaay more factors at play for financial success than just working hard.

You really think that the most successful musicians are they because they worked the hardest? And the struggling musicians trying to make it big are just too darn lazy?
User avatar #49 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
By work hard I don't mean work physically harder. One needs to work harder in terms of thinking smarter and gaining a reputation through networking, yeah some people are born with this because they are rich, but they won't ever build a character because of it.

Quite a few of the richest people did not start off with rich parents.

Yes luck is part of the deal too, but that's life. Life isn't fair.
User avatar #50 - whistleandrun (04/12/2014) [-]
No, life isn't fair. But a system of taxation and public services help to make it fairer.
User avatar #51 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
Taxation would be better if it were a flat tax. Everyone pays the same amount with no loopholes.
User avatar #52 - whistleandrun (04/12/2014) [-]
Except that the tax percentage that means the difference between a low paid worker's kids getting new shoes or not makes no difference to the quality of life of a multi-millionaire. And the percentage low enough for everyone to handle wouldn't bring in enough income to provide all the necessary provisions for society.
User avatar #53 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
So what do you suggest? Redistributing the wealth? That won't work. All it would do is lower incentives to produce.
User avatar #54 - whistleandrun (04/12/2014) [-]
No, I support a system where you pay a higher percentage of tax the more you earn, starting at a point above the living wage. How would that lower incentives to produce? Huge profits could still be made.
#37 - They do volunteer. Bill gates is trying to eliminate Polio an…  [+] (11 new replies) 04/10/2014 on You know you have too much... 0
User avatar #38 - whistleandrun (04/10/2014) [-]
So you named two people, both famous philanthropists, giving money to needy causes. The comment above seems to be against high tax rates for the extremely wealthy, which go towards roads, defense, firefighters, the police, healthcare (if you're in such a country) and the list goes on...
It's incredibly naive to think that wealthy people are wealthy purely due to hard work, the vast majority have had the right kinds of backgrounds and support to lead them into success in profitable fields. A CEO and an intern can work equally hard, and deserve equal basic rights in society, wealth can still buy you extra luxury and comfort.
User avatar #44 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/10/2014) [-]
Then start your own company or become a CEO if it's that easy.
User avatar #46 - whistleandrun (04/10/2014) [-]
I never said it was easy, I said it's not only due to working hard that people become successful, just as how people remaining in low paid jobs aren't necessarily there because they don't work hard enough.

Why should choosing a job in a marketable field mean you have superior access to basic services? Should nobody choose to be artists or writers because they're very unlikely to make much money? Should everyone become lawyers or investment bankers?
User avatar #47 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/10/2014) [-]
some artists make a ton of money. It's a matter of how hard you work, the government redistributing wealth lowers the incentive to work hard.
User avatar #48 - whistleandrun (04/12/2014) [-]
The idea that "harder work=more money" is a pretty simplistic view of society. Obviously you need to work hard to earn money at all, but there are waaaaaaay more factors at play for financial success than just working hard.

You really think that the most successful musicians are they because they worked the hardest? And the struggling musicians trying to make it big are just too darn lazy?
User avatar #49 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
By work hard I don't mean work physically harder. One needs to work harder in terms of thinking smarter and gaining a reputation through networking, yeah some people are born with this because they are rich, but they won't ever build a character because of it.

Quite a few of the richest people did not start off with rich parents.

Yes luck is part of the deal too, but that's life. Life isn't fair.
User avatar #50 - whistleandrun (04/12/2014) [-]
No, life isn't fair. But a system of taxation and public services help to make it fairer.
User avatar #51 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
Taxation would be better if it were a flat tax. Everyone pays the same amount with no loopholes.
User avatar #52 - whistleandrun (04/12/2014) [-]
Except that the tax percentage that means the difference between a low paid worker's kids getting new shoes or not makes no difference to the quality of life of a multi-millionaire. And the percentage low enough for everyone to handle wouldn't bring in enough income to provide all the necessary provisions for society.
User avatar #53 - hawaiianhappysauce (04/12/2014) [-]
So what do you suggest? Redistributing the wealth? That won't work. All it would do is lower incentives to produce.
User avatar #54 - whistleandrun (04/12/2014) [-]
No, I support a system where you pay a higher percentage of tax the more you earn, starting at a point above the living wage. How would that lower incentives to produce? Huge profits could still be made.
#248 - lol leaning code on code academy wont get you a coding job... 04/10/2014 on F*ck the poor? 0
#57 - It's real.  [+] (2 new replies) 04/07/2014 on NICE +21
User avatar #71 - faimbot (04/08/2014) [-]
well dont i just look silly.
#117 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/08/2014) [-]
You look silly because you're a gigantic pompous faggot.
#40 - JESUS CHRIST 04/07/2014 on Pls sir don't shoot me +1
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User avatar #1 - vissova (06/28/2013) [-]
Takes major balls not to remove a comment with -100 thumbs. Respect to you, sir.
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