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* Posts by Peter Fielden-Weston 2

9 posts • joined 12 Jun 2009

El Reg launches 'Comment of the Week'

Peter Fielden-Weston 2
Stop

These are...

Just so wrong.

On so many levels just wrong!

I think If I tried to taste one of those my mouth would reject me.

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ICO finally gets new data protection penalty powers

Peter Fielden-Weston 2
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Still not enough teeth

The ICO should be able to fine, and jail, for large personal data losses, for breaches of insecure systems, for data mining without the informed consent of the data subject and for failing to notify data subjects that their personal details have been comprimised.

The UK needs to get serious about data protection.

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Too-tall terror snapper stopped by cops again

Peter Fielden-Weston 2
Big Brother

Police

Thugs with legal authority.

Time for a revolution.

Not AC, because my dad fought a war to protect our freedoms and if we don't stand and be counted then we will all fall.

BB can go fsck himself

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Web 2.0 not liable for real-world assaults, says court

Peter Fielden-Weston 2
Megaphone

Re : Tom Maddox

Well done agree with every word.

Listen people; it's called parenting. It isn't really hard. But it does involve YOU taking responsibility.

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Disney punts hetero luuurv to wide-eyed kiddies

Peter Fielden-Weston 2

Re : AC - 12:50 GMT

Maybe she was Bi, however that doesn't change the situation that in her case _she_ made a _choice_. One that may at some point be revoked or may not. It was her _choice_.

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Peter Fielden-Weston 2
Pint

My 2d...

@Paw Bokenfohr

While your rearing (and I agree that 'bringing up’ might have been a better term) children for others might be a good thing for your society, it does absolutely nothing for the gene pool. If you don't believe me do some research on how to make a contribution to the gene pool.

@all Normal & anti normal

Heterosexual relationships are the norm. On this both religion and Darwinism agree.

@Sexuality is a choice / genetic imperative.

I know two 'gays' very well. One, a relation, has been gay since he could walk. He always exhibited feminine characteristics rather than male. He is now in a settled relationship with another man. The other I knew to have had a number of heterosexual relationships, though not more than usual for a woman her age. She liked her partners and enjoyed the sex that they shared. She made the decision that men were off her agenda and then went exclusively to women. So score one for each side of that argument.

@Expectation management

I agree that the 'happy ever after' needs a bit more work. Did Disney show Mrs. Shrek in labour, swearing at Shrek and threatening to castrate him for doing 'this' to her? Too many women have the idea that marriage = don't have to try any more + free ride for life. And too many men seem to think that they can screw anything in a skirt and then walk away totally free of any consequences. They are both wrong.

@Phix8

“but it sure does annoy the hell out of me when they suddenly want MORE than equal rights” And this would be more damaging to their cause than just being ignored ever would.

@AC - 17:56 GMT

Recommended antidote: a gratuitous beverage of your choice and a rousing chorus of "Kill da wabbit, kill da wabbit..."

I think that this is the most sensible contribution to these comments.

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Brit firm stops anti-tank warheads with cloth

Peter Fielden-Weston 2
Coat

Always said

my old greatcoat would stop a bullet.

The one with ceramic tiles in the pockets

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Canadian bill forces personal data from ISPs sans warrant

Peter Fielden-Weston 2
Pint

Re : Osiris

El Reg is covered under option 8.

Oooo LOOK! NEW TOYS!

Damn, I can only use them one at a time.

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RIP Personal Computer World

Peter Fielden-Weston 2

Didn't read it much

Brought the occasional copy as PCW was a bit 'high brow' for me. I subscribed to a rival. However PCW was a respected instituion. I may not have read PCW but I did respect its views on tech matters.

Very sad to see it pass away like this.

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