Re: Pay a fair amount if you like to - torrent as you please.
1125 posts • joined 24 Jun 2009
There is a third option(and even a fourth and fifth). We don't have to to bathe in the shit-shower of the two main parties. But the "common knowledge" is that any vote that isn't for Krang or Krodos is a wasted vote.
I remember that Bastard! It cooked a (vulnerable, but expensive) motherboard of mine back in the day. Crispy-fried the BIOS.
Maybe I'm missing something here. The idea of using Tor, the poster child for privacy on the Internet, to access Facebook, the polar opposite of privacy on the Internet, just hurts my brain.
I'm thinking the "previous researcher" may, in fact, have been a semi-current researcher who was trying to use the FB employee logins to get further into the FB system and claim a larger (2-part?) bounty. Orange, upon seeing the malware, did not follow the same strategy, and procured the prize by publishing prior to the previous penetrater.
Ah, a fellow believer in Retro-phrenology.
Well, that's a simple explanation: they closely guard your data because it's commercially valuable, so it only goes to "partners" that pay for it. If you get a third-party box, then the third-party could get that data, and then the CableCo won't be watching over your data to make sure it only falls into the "right" hands.
(some of) their profits your privacy is at risk.
You do that stuff at the pub?! During Lunch no less? You sick pervert.
I see your Hanlon's razor and raise you Clark's law: "sufficiently advanced stupidity is indistinguishable from malice".
'Cause Ding-Dong the Witch is dead!
Well, Pagans use hex....
As described, this looks like it could be a preventative for the "bank of capacitors in a thumbdrive" attack. If said thumbdrive does not authenticate itself, it gets no power, and cannot fry the USB host. Or would said sabotage-minded thumbdrive be able to send the current across in lieu of authentication and do the damage before the host can lock it out?
Bad law, politically motivated and solves nothing.
That sums it all up, perfectly. This law will not accomplish any of it's stated goals, as those are all covered under existent regulation; it is merely and attempt to be seen to "Do Something".
I don't know of too many Uranium-contaminated water sources, but I would think that Mercury would be an outstanding target.
I know quite a few people that I would like to "volunteer" for that mission. Where do I send the names?
Really? I read it as half an homage to the Reverend Spooner. I've taken my kittle lids to see runny babbits at the zetting poo.
And I did that with out any references to "Our queer old Dean".
From the complete shit-shower the two "Main" parties have given us, I believe that if more people knew of Gary Johnson he would stand a very good chance.
Of course, given the offerings of the Left and the Right, Cthulhu would seem like a viable alternative.
Vote Cthulhu, and He'll eat you first!
The current internet is already full of tools
Actually, Prohibition may not have accomplished any of the stated goals, bit it did accomplish exactly what is was intended to do: it made some people a LOT of money. We've learned how to
profit from deal with the knock on effect of organized crime in the intervening years.
Those two working together is the poster child for a 2 dimensional political graph, using the x-axis for "Conservative" and "Liberal" and the y-axis for authoritarian/libertarian. these two are as far apart as possible in US politics on the x-axis, but they are on the same level regarding authoritarian policies (right at the top).
Since the US is big on putting content labels on things (foods, broadband contracts) maybe we could put them on politicians.
Bonus points: Include the list of
ownersPolitical Donors where the Nutrition Labels have the vitamins and minerals listed.
Left/Right: Right (50%)
(Warning: Contains Nuts)
Upvoted for teaching me a new word today.
Can I get this GPU in a graphics card? I want to use it to finally try Crysis.
Just what current candidate they are purchasing now is a question up for grabs.
- All of them.
The Definition of an Honest Politician: One who, once bought, stays bought.
I call April Fools on this one.
While I am inclined to agree that she did a Dumb Thing™, I have to disagree with those that call her a moron as she seems to have learned from her misadventure. She has recognized that it was a Dumb Thing™, even apologizing to her rescuers; and is taking steps to not repeat said Dumb Thing™. Not only has she said she's sticking to smaller mountains, but she is also learning about mountaineering so that if she does decide to go again, she won't be the bother she was this time.
"A smart person learns from their mistakes; a wise person from the mistakes of others." - Unknown
I thought Ix meant "boy who is not able to satisfactorily explain what a hrung is, nor why it should have chosen to collapse on Betelgeuse Seven"
So a distant planet, for out in the Kupier Belt (or perhaps Oort cloud?)..Here's hoping it's not red.
Then again, I wouldn't mind having a companion dragon.
Funny thing, if you put MCCYWG into Google Translate and tell it to detect a language, it believes it to be Welsh.
Could any Welsh speakers here suggest a proper pronunciation for "MCCYWG"?
So where do you rate the 'Kin'?
Eaten by the shark.
But they need to include Genuine People Personalities; how else will we know who's to be first against the wall when the revolution comes?
So you're saying that "pled" and "gotten" are hideous, misbegotten words that should be removed from usage? In that case don't read below.
Let us flee, said the fly
Let us fly, said the flea
Together, they fled through a flaw in the flue.
Salmon Days is coming back?!
I mean, less than 5 years for this kind of abuse as a government employee, c'mon!
But then I thought, he's going to lose any clearance he had, he'll be an ex-con on a sex offenders registry, and a former federal employee. No-one will hire him. So he has a shade under five years to adjust to living in squalor that he will never rise above. He may want to go back to prison after he gets out and realizes how badly this has destroyed his life.
And that makes me satisfied.
He's the basalt of the earth.
Methinks she's the one trolling.
She is already taking the megalith for granite ("it will always be there waiting for me"). The boulder has a heart of stone, so will not be overly gneiss. All in all, I think this union will put both parties between a rock and a hard place, unless they can find an igneous way to metamorph their incompatibilities.
May want to put GWX Control Panel on the updates-only one; seeing how Win10 is being pushed, I wouldn't be surprised to see it delivered as a security update.
I had to do a quick search to make sure IRON PIGEON wasn't a Laundry Files reference. It's not quite up there with EQUESTRIAN RED SIRLOIN or SCORPION STARE, but it's in the area, and I would absolutely fear what Bob would be going up against with IRON PIGEON.
"Where is the "won't someone please think of the children?" icon?"
You mean this one? --->
I thought that Lego was "Lego for adults".
I think it's funny that a lone (very talented/dedicated) actor could potentially attack the DDoS defender and Deny Service to multiple targets. Would the media then have it be a SDDoS (Solitary DDoS), a SDoS (Solitary Denial of Service), or would they resurrect the old DoS Attack?
They work in "behavioural marketing", which sounds like "long con" to me. I thought in this case poor ethics were the best ethics one could hope for (No ethics being far more common).
Shoestring? The IRS?! this is the agency that is always referred to with the definitive, because everything is "TheIRS". The have no lack of funds; if they are feeling a little tight, they can just "audit" someone. The IRS can claim that Joe Shmoe owes $X,000, and when Mr. Schmoe appeals, with the relevant reams of paper, the fax gets "lost", the resend is "not received", and the delivery-confirmed certified parcel arrives "after" they have raided your accounts for the money they claim you owe.
The IRS is not law enforcement, and as such are not bound by things like "innocent until proven guilty" or "beyond a reasonable doubt" or even "preponderance of the evidence".
anarchy confused for ochlocracy - That's easy to do: they look similar, and I'm not sure which scares me more.