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caliantrias
And there you have it folks. They aren't afraid of violence or riots, they are afraid we might TALK TO EACH OTHER, figure out we've been lied to and then VOTE.

If you've haven't been to your local occupy event, I strongly suggest you go and talk to people there. You might be very surprised at the diversity of views.



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STOP USING INTERNET EXPLORER!!! IT IS A PIECE OF SHIT! GET A REAL BROWSER!

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So bin Laden sends out a new tape with the message that the world needs to fight Global Warming and Global Warming is all America's fault.

Why?

This is a gift from one right-wing fundamentalist to another.

The right is going to latch on to this and say "If you believe in Global Warming you support Islamic Terrorism" and that's exactly what bin Laden wants.

From 2001-2008 bin Laden had everything he wanted. An infidel on his doorstep that he didn't have to chase down. A villain he could blame for all the ills of his people and a perpetual war he could fight in the name of his religion.

And the American right had everything they wanted, too. An infidel "sleeper" hiding in every town with an airport. A villain it could blame for all the ills of his people and a perpetual war they could fight in the name of their religion.

Then along come the democrats and ruin everything. Despite the criticisms of the American left, Obama is drawing down the troops in Iraq and he is altering the tactics in Aghanistan from "bombing them back to the stoneage" to some form of nation building. It's far from perfect but it actually undermines bin laden instead of helping him.

The only thing I can't be sure of is whether bin Laden did this on purpose or by accident. It's clear that Al Quida isn't really that imaginative or creative. Could they have really come up with this on their own?
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I love the following exchange. Sadly, some economists actually believe this.


"In a paper soon to be published (PDF) in the Astrophysical Journal, Australian researchers have estimated the entropy of the universe is about 30 times higher than previous estimates. According to their research, super-massive black holes 'are the largest contributor to the entropy of the observable universe, contributing at least an order of magnitude more entropy than previously estimated.' For those of us who like their science in the form of a car analogy, Dr. Lineweaver compared their results to a car's gas tank. He states, 'It's a bit like looking at your gas gauge and saying "I thought I had half a gas tank, but I only have a quarter of a tank."'"


From the comments;


click2005: So as well as peak oil now we have to worry about peak universe?
Penguinisto: ...don't worry, the free market will save the universe (by making it so damned expensive to live here that corporations will arise and find us other universes to exploit, naturally...)



http://science.slashdot.org/story/10/01/26/145223/Universe-Closer-To-Heat-Death-Than-Once-Thought
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BOYD?!?!
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Yesterday, RealClearPolitics posted a story claiming that liberal revolt in the democratic party over health care was a myth. Nooooo, they claim, democrats are very happy.

BULLSHIT. I have proof.

The following chart is a chart of the daily population of Obama_2008 on LJ. Notice that big drop? The day the population dropped by 60 people? That's the day that Howard Dean said the Senate Health Care bill should be killed.

Liberals and progressives (Yes, they ARE different) are very pissed off and, once again, the Democratic Party intends to ignore it and dismiss it. They do so at their peril.


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Congressman Kucinich’s Response to President Obama’s “Just War” Doctrine



WASHINGTON - December 11 - “Yesterday, our president mused about the inevitability of war, war’s instrumentality in the pursuit of peace and just wars. It is important for us to reflect on his words, because once we believe in the inevitability of war, war becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. Once we are committed to war’s instrumentality in pursuit of peace, we begin the Orwellian journey to the semantic netherworld where War IS Peace, where the momentum of war overwhelms hopes for peace. And once we wrap doctrines perpetuating war in the arms of justice, we can easily legitimate the wholesale slaughter of innocents. The war against Iraq was based on lies. Wars in Afghanistan and Pakistan are based on flawed doctrines of counter-insurgency. War is often not just; sometimes it is just war. And our ability to rethink the terms of our existence, to explore the possibility of peace without war, may well determine whether we end war, or war ends us.”
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I need a new icon for my journal. Using the Obama trademark "O" I need it to say;

HOpe
DOpe


Can someone make this for me?

The greater the hope, the greater the disappointment. I'd say I'm done and going back to the Greens but what's the point?
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Here is the list of 64 democrats who voted for the Anti-Abortion amendment (aka the Bart Stupak or Butt Stupid Amendment) 62 of 64 are males.Collapse )

and here are the 23 DiNOs who voted for Stupid and AGAINST Health Care ReformCollapse )

Statistical Note: As of 2009, 441 members of Congress are male (83%) and 92 are female (17%). The global average for female representation at the parliamentary level in 2007 was 17.0%. Wikipedia
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In contrast to SFU, Dollhouse just turned fucking brilliant. And, of course, Fox is going to Fux it up and kill it.

The writers of SFU need to kiss Joss Whedon's feet and beg him to teach them how to write. You need to make your audience CARE about the characters before you cut them open. You can't expect the audience to automatically care about them - especially when they're all dipshits.

Joss Whedon knows this. He knows how to make his audience share his characters feelings.

But, of course, Dollhouse is too good to last.
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possible spoilage under cut. Not that I actually think it's worthy of protection but its the principle of the thing.Collapse )
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Once again, Stargate Universe proves to be entirely predictable. Did Rush know all along? Again, these writers are fucking morons. He had a theory, perhaps - no more. I swear the writers were all home schooled by the christian right which can't tell the difference between science and magic.
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I've seen it before. I dub this series "Battlestar Voyager"

It has none of the joy or fun of Stargate. I have no reason to care about any of these characters or their situation - in fact they generally make me want to space them all.

If it follows the Battlestar formula it's going to be several seasons of finding out how shitty human beings can be to each other when the situation gets tough. Maybe we should call it Stargate Survivor or Jerry Springer Universes.

Is this what "reality TV" has done to us? Is the audience now just a bunch of schadenfreude hungry voyeurs? Where we used to take time to escape into hopeful fantasies, now we escape into worlds where a bunch of people we can't care about have it worse?
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"I see a problem, here's a solution..."

FromResponseTranslation
Reactionaries "That's the wrong direction""We hate change. Change is why things are bad."
Conservatives "It ain't broke, don't fix it.""We fear change. We like things the way they are."
Liberals"That's too much change, it can't be done.""We only like the illusion of change. Kind of like the illusion of danger from a horror movie or roller coaster.
Radicals"That's not enough, we won't back you.""We fear change and if you get close to meeting our demands we'll move the bar."




Current Mood: cynical cynical

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I just left a Guinness unfinished. To that end, I have the following advice - "Never order Guinness from a cranky bartender." Guinness must be served with Craich - i.e. with love and joy. Grumpy, snotty bartenders should never be allowed to serve Guinness.

I might be willing to extend that statement to Newark Airport. I have never met a crankier, nastier bunch of airport employees in my life. From the moment we walked in the door we have dealt with airport employees who are bitchy, apathetic and snotty. (There have been good ones but we have hit a rash of nasty ones.) We have a long wait so we stopped in at the Guinness Pub. I had hoped it would be a nice quiet place to sit for awhile. I walked up to the bar and ordered a Guinness and a bottle of water and pulled out a $10 bill assuming it would be enough. The bartender sneered at me and tossed it back on the counter. I should have just turned and left. next time I will know better. That Guinness tasted crappy and upset my stomach.

Otherwise it has been a relatively good weekend. I think I understand New York now. It's a place people can go to live utterly separated from reality. It's unreal and thoroughly disconnected from the Earth. Fun place to visit. Don't think I could live there.
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Rosemary Williams was a neighbor of mine. I sat on the neighborhood board with her when I lived their. She is a lifelong resident of the neighborhood and powerful force for positive change. She doesn't deserve to be victim of this mortgage idiocy. Please help;

Keep Rosemary Williams in Her Home!


Demand that GMAC Come to the Table!

Minneapolis, MN

Rosemary Williams, a 55 year resident of Central Neighborhood, who has stood at the forefront of the fight against foreclosures, was evicted from her home on Friday August 7th.

One hour later, her home was reopened and an around-the-clock sit-in is now taking place.

There is a foreclosure crisis in the U.S. While GMAC is busy foreclosing and evicting people from their homes, the CEO of GMAC raked in over $11 billion for his role as the CEO in 2008.

Rosemary Williams, her neighbors and friends, are taking a stand for justice in our communities.

Call GMAC and tell them to come to the table and negotiate a fair and equitable solution that keeps Rosemary in her home.
Call the headquarters of GMAC and demand to speak to the CEO, Alvaro de Molina at:

215-734-8899
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I sure as hell wouldn't. She's a walking lawsuit;

It's been three months, she can't find a job so she sues her school. Her GPA of 2.7 and "solid attendance record" should make her a prime catch for any employer. NOT!

It's Not Faaaaaair!Collapse )

http://www.cnn.com/2009/US/08/03/new.york.jobless.graduate/

Better still, read the lawsuit for yourself - http://i.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/images/08/03/thompson.pdf
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So... there is a new weight loss fad that I'm thinking might work for me. It feeds my gambling love by making me bet against myself for dieting.

It works like this; I put up a stake and everytime I blow my diet, I donate money to charity. Now, here's my problem - I can't just name my favorite charity. If I did, I'd start justify every candy bar as 'raising funds for my favorite charity.' I could choose my second fave because I actually hate giving them money. They do good work but they are driven by a group of people who, as a whole, couldn't do enough math to pass 8th grade. I hate rewarding bad behavior and bad fiscal management.

So, the idea of anti-charities arises. As a real punishment everytime I break my diet I could be forced to give to Pro-Life MN or Sarah Palin or PETA or....

Who can I name that is bad enough to keep me on task but not so bad that my failure becomes a crime against humanity?

Michelle Bachman? The Log Cabin Republicans?

Any ideas? Bueller? Bueller?
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Having recently had my own United Airlines Nightmare (I don't want to talk about it) I can really appreciate this song. United baggage handlers broke this guys Taylor Guitar and refuses to take responsibility for it. So he got his revenge bardically.



(They also do a pretty good Queen of Argyle)
http://www.sonsofmaxwell.com/
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http://www.wired.com/geekdad/2009/06/ten-more-ways-to-provoke-a-geek-argument/


10. “Internet Explorer is much better than Firefox—why else would it be the most popular browser?”

AUUUUUUUUGHHHHH!!!! You people!! WHY WHY WHY do you continue to use that Microsoft SHIT!!!


9. “Jar-Jar Binks was so funny, I wish he’d been in the original trilogy, too!”

Shut up, buteo_flight. I know you just say that to tweak people.


8. “Homeopathy works, no matter what ’science’ has to say about it.”

*sigh*


7. “If open-source software was really that great, they’d charge for it.”

And if consumers had brains, capitalism might function as advertised.


6. “The best Star Trek film was number five, no question.”

No, actually, it was #1.


5. “Dreamworks kicks Pixar’s animated butt!”

Meh.

4. “Jim Henson was nothing more than a glorified puppeteer.”

I agree with the author, "Anyone who would actually say this ought to be strung up by his thumbnails, of course."

3. “Batman is so boring—he doesn’t even have any super powers!”

2. “Geeks are all like those guys in Revenge of the Nerds, right?”

1. “Who needs Gmail? I’ve got AOL!”


*SOB*
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Does anybody reading this know how to set up apache & tomcat so that apache passes through to tomcat and retains sessions? I'm getting really tired of this.

I hate application servers.
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I hate flying. I want to bomb airplanes. Not people. I don't want anyone getting hurt I just want to destroy the sardine tins so that they never hurt anyone again. I want to see the shattered, melted, broken corpses on commercial airliners littering the runways of every airport in the world.

Then I want to see every airline executive shoved into a KennelAire and forced to ride in the cargo bay for the rest of their lives. I want them all forced to sit together in economy class with no air conditioning and fed dog food. I want them to have to run between the two furthest gates in every airport in the world at top speed and, when they miss their connection, I want them electrocuted and waterboarded until the next flight is available. Then I want them to do it all over again.

Is it really so hard to make a plane comfortable?

I don't give a shit about being fed or watered. I don't care if the plane is clean. I don't care if you charge me to check my luggage. All I want, all I beg for, is a comfortable seat for the flight. One where I am not jammed shoulder to shoulder with a complete stranger. One where my knees don't hit the seat in front of me. One where I actually have enough room to use my laptop on the plane.

What did you dumbasses *think* would happen when you started charging to check baggage? Of Course! People are bringing full sized suitcases as carryons and there is not enough space for everyone. No, the space under the seat in front of me is NOT sufficient for storage. I need that space for my feet you wankers! (No, this is not the sole inspiration for this rant, just the most novel reason for it.)

There should be a law. No airline employee or travel agent should be allowed to fly first class. Every one of them should suffer as the rest of us do. I am normal sized man for the 21st century. Those seats are scaled for people of the early 20th century. Yes, I'm including the rank and file employees. I'm hoping they will rise up and burn the corporate offices to the ground.

Current Mood: aggravated aggravated

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Poll #1414180 Philosophy poll

For you, which statement is more true?

I can change the world
4(50.0%)
I can only change myself
4(50.0%)
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Top 10 Ways to Provoke a Geek Argument

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Top 10 Ways to Provoke a Geek Argument
By Matt Blum June 9, 2009 | 8:00 am | Categories: Armchair Geek, Electronic Geek
Geeks, as a general rule, are pretty easy-going. We like to think things through, so passionate confrontations aren’t commonplace for us. When we get well and properly provoked, though, watch out! We won’t stop talking until every last point that we can think of has been made at least twice. So, what do you say to provoke a geek? Glad you asked!


10. “No real programmer would ever use PHP.” - This won’t work for every geek, of course, but for those it works on, it should work really well.


Yes, this is, of course true. PHP is OK for small projects but for large ones it's stupid.


9. “Comic books are just for kids!” - I’m sure you’ve heard this one before—I know I certainly heard it often enough in high school, and even though it’s even less true now than it was then, I’m sure comic book afficionados still hear it today.

8. “Role-playing games are just for people who can’t deal with real life.” - There are, sadly, still a lot of people who think anyone who plays D&D must live in his parents’ basement and bathe once a month. Such people must be put straight, and immediately!

7. “The Pirates of the Caribbean movies are so realistic!” - I doubt many people actually believe this, but there are an awful lot of misconceptions about pirates out there, so you never know.

6. “Yeah, I got an Xbox 360 so my daughter could play Hello Kitty games. Is it really good for anything else?” - We’ve hit the ones that are hard for me even to type, now…


--Yeah, these are pretty straight forward.


5. “Mac, Windows, or Linux? Does it really make a difference?” - An argument so old its original form was probably first written down in hieroglyphs, I know, but I don’t know a single geek it wouldn’t work on—myself included.


*Incoherent gurgling and growling noises coming from me.*


4. “The Ewoks were the best thing about the original Star Wars trilogy.” / “Greedo shot first!” - I couldn’t decide between the two. If one doesn’t work, I’ll bet the other one would.

3. “Tolkien? Ehhh, I prefer Terry Brooks!” - I almost feel like I should argue with myself just for writing that. I’m going to let the top two stand for themselves.


Meh. I care not for ewoks nor who shot first in Star Wars. As for Tolkien/Brooks? Meh.


2. “Joss Whedon is a hack!”


DIE YOU CULTURAL IGNORAMUS!!!


1. “I don’t see what’s so bad about DRM!”


Fine, let me just take the rest of your rights away, you obviously don't need them. You're not using them anyway.
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Well, in two weeks I will no longer be a Sr Research Scientist. The place that "never has layoffs, OK once in 50 years" has just laid off half a division, including me.

Fuck you, universe.

What is in store for me next? Back to law? Back to contracting?

Maybe I should buy a lottery ticket today.
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Why trampolines are not safe in Wisconsin (or Minnesota or Texas or ... )


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This is a good start. What we need is a national usury law capping interest rates at no more than 18% and/or some multiple of the prime rate.


Consumers to be spared from higher rates on existing balances under new rules for credit cards

WASHINGTON - Federal regulators on Thursday adopted sweeping new rules for the credit card industry that will shield consumers from increases in interest rates on existing account balances among other changes.

The rules, which take effect in July 2010, will allow credit card companies to raise interest rates only on new credit cards and future purchases or advances, rather than on current balances.

...

The new rules prohibit:

_Placing unfair time constraints on payments. A payment could not be deemed late unless the borrower is given a reasonable period of time, such as 21 days, to pay.

_Placing too-high fees for exceeding the credit limit solely because of a hold placed on the account.

_Unfairly computing balances in a computing tactic known as double-cycle billing.

_Unfairly adding security deposits and fees for issuing credit or making it available.

_Making deceptive offers of credit.
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First the new game;



Hit Bush with a Shoe! http://play.sockandawe.com/


And the new site;

http://whitehouse2.org

It's an interesting web2.0 version of online petitioning.
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The moon does not exist.

You heard me, the proof is here --> http://www.revisionism.nl/Moon/The-Mad-Revisionist.htm .

I assume this is satire. I hope it's satire.
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That's it, they're gettin' chipped;

The Incredible Journey: Microchip ID Reunites Owners with Cat - 13 Years Later: Scientific American
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HISTORY!!!



OBAMA WINS!
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I am so tired of scientific illiteracy.

Does anybody reading this need me to explain why the Large Hadron Collider is NOT a danger to our existence?
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Joss Whedon wrote a musical about ME!!

Well, he'll probably screw up the ending but, he UNDERSTANDS ME! No, really, he does! It's like my whole being has been filmed in 13 minutes.





"I'm talking about an overhaul of the system"

Although, I do sense a hint of bias in the writing. It must be the producer.
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Today, I am proud to announce that our presidential campaign will be the first in a generation to deploy and maintain staff in every single state.


For this ONE thing having Obama as the nominee is worth it.
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I just read a post somewhere about some mother sending her kids to suburban schools by using her mother's address. The poster considered this 'theft' because suburbanites pay more taxes so they can have good schools.

Well, I'm not having it. Our educational system is broken and I fervently support stealing an education. As I thought about it, though, I realized we all need to steal an education.

Our educational system is geared toward getting a piece of paper. That paper is a gold ticket to middle and upper classes. Without it, you miss out on the best jobs. The way the system is set up it makes it *appear* that any education short of that piece of paper is without value.

That's not correct.

To be physically competitive in the natural world, we all need food, air, water and shelter like any animal. To be ECONOMICALLY competitive we also need health care and education. Take away any of those 6 things and we lose our ability to compete.

But there is much more to education than a piece of paper. Our entire economic, political and legal system is built on a vast array of unintuitive principles, ideas and laws. If you are unaware of these rules and mechanisms you are at a disadvantage. You have to hire experts for everything you need because you don't know how they work and you have no real idea if you are getting good service and we can't afford these experts.

Recent nobel-prize winning work in economics has proven that, without knowledgeable consumers our economics system starts to fail. So why aren't they teaching everyone what they need to know? Because too many people prefer the short term gains of unequal bargaining to the long term gains of an equal economic playing field.

So I encourage all of you. Sneak into some business courses. Sneak into some law classes. Sneak into some math classes. There are things you learn in the classroom you just can't get in a book. Some things are best passed from person to person. You won't get the credit or the ticket, but you will be armed with knowledge that they don't want you to have.
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This is an excerpt from Scott McClellan's new book. Who could read this and not think Bush is an idiot?

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This seemed like fun, more from the point of view of analyzing my own music collection than anything else. I was inclined to disqualify pied_piper70 from playing as I figured it would be too easy for him. But then my collection shuffled such that it was five songs before I heard english and decided he could play after all.

There are a couple of gimme's in there but, for the most part I couldn't even identify most of these.

Step 1: Put your music player on shuffle.
Step 2: Post the first line from the first 25-ish songs that play, no matter how embarrassing.
Step 3: Strike through the songs when someone guesses both artist and track correctly.
Step 4: For those who are guessing -- looking the lyrics up on a search engine is CHEATING!
Step 5: If you like the game post your own. :D

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I didn't want to be VP anyway
VP is for losers

'Cuz I'm mean enough, I'm lean enough, and dammit BILL! People Fear Me!

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It's OK, it happens to every Evil Overlord sooner or later.
Maybe it's just stress.

Remember, I'm bad enough, I mad enough, and gosh-darnit, people fear me.

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http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2008/30apr_4dionosphere_launch.htm

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Over the last few days I've been having an Enochian Vision. No, not the type by John Dee, you'd have to read the Book of Enoch to understand the reference correctly. It's the best phrase to describe what I've envisioned. I've got an image of reality that binds together quantum mechanics, time, Crowley's definition of 'Will', magic, the special theory of relativity with temporal paradox, ecology and the secret to immortality - In short, science and magic, phsyical and spiritual.

I don't know whether to spend the effort to write it all out or not. On the one hand, there may be something here. On the other hand it may be complete BS. On another hand, I might be able to use it to form that cult I always wanted, on another hand do I really want to be the next L. Ron Hubbard? Sure part of me thinks owning a cult could be great fun and I could use the income to do good works and offset my own evil. The other part of me shudders at being surrounded by needy people who would never understand my vision anyway and would warp it into some horrible parody of itself (which, frankly, might be a lot like making a parody of a Monty Python movie. Don't think about it too hard.)

What do you think?

Poll #1173259 Should I reveal what I have seen?

Should I reveal what I have seen?

Yes, I want to read it
5(38.5%)
Yes, but you can't use the word 'orthogonal', not even once
6(46.2%)
Meh.
1(7.7%)
Pearls before swine, man. Ya dig?
0(0.0%)
Remember Heinlein. Do it in private and wash your hands afterward.
0(0.0%)
Uh, no.
0(0.0%)
No, and please delete your blog. Ye Gods, man what were you thinking?
0(0.0%)
Coherent much?
1(7.7%)

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OK, this post is for all you geeks. Y'all need to listen up, I'm serious.

This is about your brains. You know, that thing you rely on to make a living? It needs a little protection. No, I'm not talking about the tinfoil hats but you're kind of close. You want brain working right? You don't want it to stop working, right? You know what happens to geeks whose brains stop working right?

That's right.

They get moved to marketing.

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[Note to doctorwannabe et al.: If I've screwed up my facts, don't correct me, this might just work to get them (and me) to fix our diets.]

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I'm not sure what to make of this. It explains her rightward movement and her top-down politics but it seems a little far-fetched. I'll grant that Huffington Post is not 'objective' but I wouldn't call it paranoid either;

"through all of her years in Washington, Clinton has been an active participant in conservative Bible study and prayer circles that are part of a secretive Capitol Hill group known as the "Fellowship," aka The Family." If you're worried about right-wing religious involvement in policy you should read about The Family and Clinton's connection to it.

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Apple (News - Alert) launched today Safari 3.1, the world's fastest web browser for Mac and Windows PCs.

The web page loading speed of Safari is 1.9 times higher than that of IE 7 and 1.7 times higher than that of Firefox 2. The browser is also able to run JavaScript six times faster than other browsers.


and yet people will continue to use Internet Exploder. 'cuz they stupid.

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