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    Oh, that makes more sense. I misunderstood your...

    Oh, that makes more sense. I misunderstood your previous question. I thought you were asking how someone could search your database online.

    try googling "Microsoft Access data types". I found a...
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    I've been using Access since 1994; version 2.0...

    I've been using Access since 1994; version 2.0 came bundled with a computer I bought. I have a copy of Access 2010, but don't use it much.

    email addresses and phone numbers can be stored in...
  3. Sticky: I'd agree with the vocal part, but not...

    I'd agree with the vocal part, but not necessarily the larger. My initial impression is there's maybe a handful of relatively conservative posters who had gotten used to being able to dominate any...
  4. folowup question: craigslist had a listing for...

    folowup question: craigslist had a listing for this organization today:

    http://www.wheresmytutor.com/

    Looked promising on the surface, but reading the fine print prospective tutors need to pay...
  5. Thread: Chess, anyone?

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    I stopped playing about 20 years ago for a...

    I stopped playing about 20 years ago for a variety of reasons, most notably being lack of local tournaments. A club started up within walking distance from me about a year ago. I played in a...
  6. Thread: Chess, anyone?

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    The World Open is still being held every year;...

    The World Open is still being held every year; most years it is in Philly. I believe it normally draws about 1000 players.

    St. Louis is "bigger" by a different measure - they hold invitational...
  7. Thread: Chess, anyone?

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    Chess, anyone?

    http://uschesschamps.com/pairings-results-1

    A big tournament just wrapped up the other day in St. Louis. A few years ago, some people organized a club there with the idea of having the...
  8. http://www.cnn.com/2014/08/28/justice/ferguson-pol...

    http://www.cnn.com/2014/08/28/justice/ferguson-police-lawsuit/index.html?hpt=hp_t2

    No big surprise - an excessive force lawsuit has been filed. Some of the allegations are pretty damning. CNN...
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    Not looking good for the Bills, when you consider...

    Not looking good for the Bills, when you consider these assorted factors:
    - They were playing their 5th preseason game (at home)
    - Marone has said on numerous occasions that he thinks winning...
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    It's basic "logic", or "deduction": If you start...

    It's basic "logic", or "deduction":
    If you start with the premise that the Earth is flat, the only "logical" conclusion is there's a worldwide conspiracy to cover it up.
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    One of the linked articles provided a link to the...

    One of the linked articles provided a link to the Flat Earth Society web site. They have an active discussion forum; something like 27,000 members.

    http://theflatearthsociety.org/forum/index.php...
  12. Thread: NFL Cuts

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    No surprises for the Bills. Alan Branch signed...

    No surprises for the Bills. Alan Branch signed an extension in the offseason with a $3M signing bonus. Then he showed up to camp out of shape. Last straw was a DUI the night before last Saturday's...
  13. Reminds me of this:...

    Reminds me of this:
    http://www.tvrage.com/WKRP_in_Cincinnati/episodes/233889

    WKRP episode where Herb accidentally spray paints his child's frog. If you get a chance to watch that, it might...
  14. (replying to both) I used to get about...

    (replying to both)

    I used to get about $8K/year in rental income from property my family owned. That property is in the process of being sold, so I'll eventually get a lump sum. That sum won't...
  15. Job search questions - applying for "other" jobs

    I've decided to look for work locally outside my chosen profession. (software development) Right now, there are two general categories of opportunities:

    1) General labor within walking distance...
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    I'm not following. Who is the block captain, and...

    I'm not following. Who is the block captain, and how would he know who has/hasn't voted, or who is/isn't going to vote?

    Also, your "system" implies that none of the election workers would...
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    For starters, knowing the name and address of...

    For starters, knowing the name and address of someone who hasn't voted.

    Also, keep in mind that this person who is hypothetically voting fraudulently is doing so for no apparent reason. There's...
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    Every Voter ID law that included a fee for ID has...

    Every Voter ID law that included a fee for ID has been struck down by courts, because that is essentially a poll tax, which is blatantly illegal.

    There are indirect costs associated with obtaining...
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    In theory, possibly. But practically speaking,...

    In theory, possibly. But practically speaking, no.

    Here in New York is a typical example. People are not required to provide ID to vote. However, they must vote at their designated polling...
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    pretty much all Voter ID legislation boils down...

    pretty much all Voter ID legislation boils down to rich people in power trying to make it as difficult as possible for poor people to vote them out of power. There aren't any legitimate voter fraud...
  21. http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2014/01/29...

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2014/01/29/Poll-Sarah-Palin-Has-Highest-Favorability-Rating-Among-GOP-Primary-Voters

    Palin has a higher popularity rating among GOP voters than any of the...
  22. Here's an amusing review of Palin's latest...

    Here's an amusing review of Palin's latest business venture:
    http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/jul/30/sarah-palin-channel-problems
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    There are a number of Chinese places near where I...

    There are a number of Chinese places near where I live. The one I frequent most often has lunch specials for around $5. My most frequent order is the Sesame Chicken lunch and a pint of Pork Lo...
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    No, you're wrong. Obviously the "publicly...

    No, you're wrong. Obviously the "publicly financed insurance option" referred to in the previous quote was the concept of the federal government providing an insurance plan or plans that would...
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    This is essentially why this entire discussion is...

    This is essentially why this entire discussion is moot. The best case scenario the advocates of this suit can hope for is SCOTUS takes the case(s), and resolves the discrepancy by sending it back to...
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