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8 posts • joined 31 Aug 2009

Leslie Nielsen dead at 84

d 25

"the Olivier of the phony fart"

http://www.thestar.com/entertainment/article/898605--salem-leslie-nielsen-gone-with-the-wind

http://ur1.ca/2h1sp

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New cycle helmets emit stench if they need replacement

d 25

good news for Anti-helmetistas

Shortcut through eyelid gives surgeons less-invasive approach to fix brain fluid leaks

http://www.physorg.com/news195236999.html

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d 25

UK doc's ‘Skin’ helmet protect brain

-duh,too late for me...

SuperSkin can reduce the rotational acceleration of the motorcycle helmet by 60% (Edit: Changed from 50%), resulting in a

reduction in the risk of intracerebral shearing by 67.5%.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8foXLvMxiGw&feature=related

Lazer Helmets - SuperSkin - Dr. Ken Phillips - English

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPDD2rakcuw&feature=related

webBikeWorld ballpein hammer review

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/driving/news/article7118373.ece

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Apple locks resellers out of iPad sales

d 25

Apple is to tech

...as Roman Catholicism is to religion.

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British government ignores MS browser fears

d 25
Alert

M$ Exploit packs are 'browser-agnostic'

http://www.krebsonsecurity.com/2010/01/a-peek-inside-the-eleonore-browser-exploit-kit/

http://bit.ly/5EHred

Brian Krebs writes:

If you happen to stumble upon a Web site that freaks out your anti-virus program, chances are good that the page you’ve visited is part of a malicious or hacked site that has been outfitted with what’s known as an “exploit pack.”

These are pre-packaged kits designed to probe the visitor’s browser for known security vulnerabilities, and then use the first one found as a vehicle to silently install malicious software.

Exploit packs have been around for years, and typically are sold on shadowy underground forums.

A constant feature of exploit packs is a Web administration page (pictured above), which gives the attacker real-time statistics about victims, such as which browser exploits are working best, and which browsers and browser versions are most successfully attacked...

It’s important to keep in mind that

some of these exploits are browser-agnostic:

For example, with the PDF exploits, the vulnerability being exploited is the PDF Reader browser plug-in, not necessarily the browser itself.

That probably explains the statistics in the images below,

which shows a fairly high success rate against Opera, Safari, and Google Chrome users...

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Edward Woodward dies at 79

d 25
Pirate

@MinionZero

-qu'elle dommage/damage

-seems EW dropped his 100 fag p.d. habit after his triple bypass at age 65...too little,too late

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Chronically ill people 'happier if they abandon hope', say docs

d 25
Go

Dare to do four more things

Fellow Sufferers,

-try this: cut out Dairy & take magnesium chloride along with ascorbic acid,

as well, extra virgin coconut oil taken internally&applied externally

-as a ret.mechanic,motorbike&car racer, i've been thru it all& just these four things have cut pain tremendously

-my motto is 'what have i got to lose?'

by trying these unsanctioned remedies wch the allopathic a*seholes ,aka,M[edicalD[eitie]s

decry as quackery but in truth are scientifically verifiable, they just aren't Patentable [$$]

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Kettle car breaks speed record

d 25
Grenade

sooo, the Kettle is in fine fettle

[somebody had to say it]

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