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"You may be the tall, young, hot nymph, but I am the prize”
He never finished his sentence ... what sort of prize? Prize twit?
District Attorneys are usually elected into office - which is why they seem like members of political office. Let me be your DA because I lock rape artists up for life and fry murderers.
Wonder if he is married: there might be a couple of expensive cases on his horizon - one for divorce and the other for abuse.
"they were looking for a 5' 6" hispanic man in his 30s with tattoos ..."
Good luck, Florida being home to all of Castro's disillusioned citizens!
Arrogance of Apple encapsulated and personified in an ignorant pig
Jobs idea of Customer Care is nothing. It personifies Apples attitude towards it's customers. F You!
Whether iPhans agree or not (please use the red box below) he told them to F Off when it came to fixing the Lemon 4 - he lied and never did fix all the problems.
Jobs could care less as long as the cash keeps on coming in. The Japanese called his bluff and he blinked. They got his number right on. There's a word for this - fraud.
When you consider the RF technology people carry in their palms ...
it really boggles the mind.
Multi-wideband transmitters and receivers coexisting in close proximity, yet able to handle high-speed digital transmission.
Meanwhile, at your nearby airport, aircraft still rely on VHF-AM (amplitude modulation) whilst pilots tool around in multi-million people carriers.
As the Insane Posse Clowns sang in "Miracles" < http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-agl0pOQfs > F--king Miracles!
Modulated audio confuss these things
Ever heard of flutter on audio systems? Where a recorded note is modulated by a defect in the audio transmission system?
This 'vibrato' effect can come from telephone carrier systems, cell radio systems and by audio systems. The effect can be reproduced, to nullify the effectiveness of this 'magical' Israeli technology, by having a loud thumping pop 'music' in the background so you have to shout.
Some integrity and just another way of extracting funds from taxpayers into police budgets.
Feel free to sue, all this 'technology' depends on so many extraneous sources including the cooperation of the subject.
Imagine the late Tiny Tim ("Tiptoe Through the Tulips") < http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiny_Tim_(musician) > answering questions, monitored by this box of junk!
Could be a big interbank bill
Each weekday morning members of the clearing house to clear debits and credits between each and every bank at the start of the business day.
If a bank is late, for whatever reason, interest is incurred until settlement is made!
Poetic justice, the banks screw the retail customer as well as their own kind!
So where ...
does this leave Wikileaks hosting in the parliament building?
Cell carriers want it coming and going
In the U.S.A. cell companies, and their landline counter-parts, are common carriers and therefore protected by law from the content they carry. This also applies to ISP's in that country, which is why it always best to host chat-rooms there - hosting is libel free.
T-Mobile, therefore. is clearly making a judgement call. Telephone companies give service to anyone with money and therefore T-Mobile should, too.
Unfortunately the locals don't respect flora and fauna
Most of the recent revelations of new/rare species are being made by foreign scientists and biologists in Southeast Asia. The local population are more pragmatic - is it good for eating or on the end of a chain for tourists to gawk at?
VietNam's wilder jungles have revealed rare monkey species, heretofore unknown frogs, snakes and plants. There are German research groups permanently based in Ha Long Bay.
Laos, being about 30 years behind VietNam in development , also suffers from near war-like conditions between the Laos military and the indigenous H'Mong tribes, many of whom have been forced to live a nomadic life in the forests. See: < http://c.photoshelter.com/img-get/I0000qrUDnpQSM2Q/s >, < http://www.spkhousing.com/Images/HmongResistanceCamp.jpg >. There some pictures of extreme violence but most people have trouble viewing them.
Hopefully the next time a rare saola is seen the Laotians will get the experts involved first, which risks military antagonism..
New CEO should dump baggage and strike a new path!
Where are most of the successful smartphone manufacturers based? (Asia) What is a major component common to their cultures? (Losing 'face') What else in common do the smarthone manufacturers have in common? (They are not too proud to use either their own or Third Party OS)
Let's consider automotive purchases. The manufacturer or the style often come first in deciding a sale, then accessories, fuel type and maybe engine technology.
IMO, Nokia's new path should be to abandon the Intel IDF initiative; adopt Android OS and continue with Sybian OR Meego. Nokia knows RF (no Death Grips) hardware and human interfaces which would put them in a position to bang out new models with minimum tinkering with the OS yet maintaining Nokia 'characteristics'.
The Asians have proved their is no loss of pride in using their own in-house OS as well as Android. No one will knock Nokia for this. This also allows Nokia to maintain the Nokia name in hardware and the human interface.
Adopting Android OS would provide access to the Google App store solving the immediate 'accessories' challenge whilst developers could continue efforts for Apps using the alternate Nokia OS.
This would place Nokia firmly in the winning camp: HTC, LG and Samsung. RIM and Apple could continue along their chosen paths, both of which are or soon will be facing falling market share.
Would anyone seriously want to hire ...
the Apple RF engineers or the QC types involved in the Lemon 4 fiasco? Their software guys are a little slow, too, seeing how Apple can be unlocked in a few minutes after release of an OS designed to lock the system up, again.
The Google and Apple cultures are way different: one open and the other paranoid and secretive.
The best guys to hire would be the hackers.
This guy isn't even a head of a real state: I rhought Henry 8th booted them out?
What's with this special treatment for this paedophile condoning old reprobate?
The Vatican, on a 10 acre patch of downtown Rome, came about because Mussolini, who was an avowed atheist, wanted to become dictator, which would not be possible without the assistance of the powerful fascists who were Catholic. Pius XI was in a good position to prevent the fascists seizing power.so he commanded that priests not support the Catholic Party in an election. In effect this pope repudiated the Catholic Party.
Mussolini formed a government on October 28, 1922. A deal was cut. The Catholic Church would support the Fascist Party. In return Mussolini would restore the ancient privileges of the Catholic Church. On February 21, 1923, a cardinal said Mussolini "had been chosen to save the nation and restore her fortune."
Mussolini signed the Lateran Treaty in 1929 which made Vatican City a separate, independent state, recognized Catholicism as the state-sponsored religion, and gave the Church 750 million lire in compensation for the Vatican's loss of sovereignty.
A UN judge argues that the Catholic Church is the only religion permitted under international law to claim the privileges of statehood and its leaders immunity from civil or criminal action. See: < http://www.theage.com.au/world/treat-vatican-as-a-rogue-state-says-qc-20100908-1518j.html >.
This interruption to London's life is like Tesco's putting on a parade for Waitrose given that official church is the C of E. Britain is kowtowing to a Fascist creation against whose principle Britain lost thousands of lives fighting.
And whose gong to pick up the costs of £1.5 million for thousands of Plods to protect this guy who is riding around in a armoured car because he is so popular!
I think Britain's priorities are a little mixed up. It's bad enough losing InterNet, what happens if the electricity goes down, a gas or water pipe leaks? Wait seven days?
Sour Grapes or Counting the Chicks before they hatch?
Microsoft, by any measure, has lost the momentum it had with portable intelligent devices and is obviously using every thing it can dream up to disrupt any competitor sales. Android is a winner which is more than MS can claim for it's mobile applications.
Prejudging any court decision is a fools game. Microsoft should know, it has been found to have stolen other entities I.P. including the name "Internet Explorer", hard drive software and, famously, XML.
If MS was smart, Bulmer would tell this guy to shut up. He'll lose enough 'face' when he has to pay the Canadian company for the stolen software. At least Google wrote the software in dispute, MS just plagiarised their software.
Hiring and old HP hand might well solve the morals and morale problems
Messrs. Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard (Bill and Dave to employees) were fair dealers and ran HP in a similar manner. 1978 Bill retired as CEO and continued as vice chairman of the HP board of directors until 1987. Dave retired in 1993.
Under their Flex Time program, HP employees can begin work at any time during a two-hour period and leave after completing an eight-hour work day. The purpose, as explained by Bill, is "to gain more time for family leisure, conduct personal business, avoid traffic jams or to satisfy other individual needs." How many companies think of family now?
It seems since HP started hiring 'outsiders' they forgot the principles of "The HP Way" which were trust and respect for individuals; focus on a high level of achievement and contribution; conducting business with uncompromising integrity; achieving common objectives through teamwork and encouraging flexibility and innovation.
Hopefully someone hired from within HP will remember these goals out of respect for the founders and remove the tarnish from the reputation of HP that started with Carly Fiorina.
Did you know Steve Wozniak, Apple co-founder, originally designed the Apple I computer while working at HP? Small world!
If he's so good, better go and show the Americans how it is done!
It's statements like this particular idiot is credited with that drives those very talented hackers - just to prove he's wrong/
Gloating like that is so dumb he will likely regret it.
Just to think the nations security is in the hands like this troll. Time to immigrate.
This sounds like the Thai jewellery scam!
Fools and suckers are enticed into buying unmounted, cut jewels - with a 'guaranteed value,' with a money back guarantee - that are sold sealed in tough, transparent, plastic containers. The only condition is that seal not be broken.
The catch is that no purchaser can get an assessment of the value without breaking the seal at which time they are 'worthless'.
Tip: Never buy any jewellery in Thailand, nor anything from Duty Free!
$2,500,000/6 years - not too shabby
Although he won't get time off, if it was a federal conviction, this works out to be around $41,666 tax free a year.
Independent nuclear deterrent
The UK should opt for the cheaper alternative subs armed with nuclear Tomahawks. Why invest all that money if the U.S.A. can object to their use. Remember the Falklands where the U.S. objected to some of the content relayed through their satellites.
Besides, just who is the enemy? I suspect China heads the list - they have got a little more pushy in the East China Sea where a number of bordering countries claim interest the Spratly Islands but China is claiming the whole damn sea.
China also gets really horny with alleged border/sea limit incursions as many fishers have been shot and killed.
The oceans might get kind of crowded, too, given all the countries getting their own status symbol submarine fleets.
And where would UK submarines be based? Long way to sail to China.
All the news, or all the news that fits Jobs morals?
Jobs might be trying to foist only the news that passes his censors. What happens if some derogatory news about Apple, such as another Lemon 4, happens along - does his censorious ways win out?
Do the words murder, rape or incest pass his filter?
I think I'd trust my Fish and Chips wrapper before anything passed through Apple.
"neither is trying to hide computer evidence by throwing a laptop into a lake."
One of my offices basements was flooded for three weeks, thanks to a tardy water mains repair, yet we were able to recover 100% of the data from the server hard drives.
Obviously his female IT expert employee didn't have much smarts if she expected the data to be destroyed after time in the lake.
So why not set up RedLightUSA.com or RedLightUSA.Co.UK ...
and then host it outside the USA, out of reach of these State Attorneys who are breaching the Constitutional rights pf Craigs List?
Or would the UK government even deport Brits for this?
Share the loot, Google
This action seems to be another 'share the loot' where a company is trying to skim some cream from Google.
Using Motorola's boss as a witness could be risky since all he has to say it never happened. Unlikely Google would that dumb, legally.
This WiFi scanning technique could, depending on the Apps configuration, cost users a lot of paid-for traffic as data is sent back. And when does this scanning occur - continuously or when a particular handset is searching for location data, at the users command, only?
If there are millions of dollars in this type of App, how come they are not paying the freight for this back-haul data? My company employees travel widely in less frequented areas which could likely make data collected through handsets more valuable than data from higher densely populated areas.
Maybe we should sue for our split, too?
The State judges will likely be more Plaintiff friendly given they are often elected by the public and are more sensitive to their constituents needs. On the other hand, federal judges hold their job for life.
The HD has an aluminium "unibody"
Might just be tough enough for my use - looks like the unibody does what it's supposed to do, protect the goodies inside, as opposed to being just a piece of bling which kills the phone when gripped.
The other good thing about HTC is the fact they bring out totally different form factors rather than tweaking the same old tired box as some competitors do.
Many countries restrict cell usage at various times - use WiFi VOIP instead
Whenever G20, 7 or whatever is in town you will find cell service is reduced/cancelled or delays in text transmissions are arranged. Obama, when mobile in his rolling dog and pony parade, should you have a spectrum analyser, you will see that an electronic wide-band 'cloud' follows him around from one of the black SUV's. They can 'notch' the signal permitting certain frequencies such as Plod, fire, etc, to operate.
Apparently the Secret Service, and the Canadian RCMP, expect UID's - excitable fellows they are.- to brighten their days. Russia and China often cut service..
Obviously, if you are participating in these fracas, go buy some Icom (and Chinese made) field tunable 2-way radios and set them up near to Plod frequencies and you'll have good comms.
Citizenship has it's limitations
I am happy to hear you escaped your birthplace, but my point is that citizenship benefits, in the U.S., are not what they are made out to be, but getting the ticket has business/tax benefits. Nothing wrong with that, America is business.
After 20 years of being what to told what to do must develop a mindset that is necessary for military order - don't think about an order, just do it. And I understand rah-rah and flag worship goes along with military service.
Citizenship is a two-way street: obligations and privileges. Citizenship by birth should be inviolate - both ways - whereas naturalisation (immigration) is conditional - citizens by birth don't have to swear allegiance, delayed pioneers have to.
I travel widely and know that there are places with some better features than those of the U.S. of A. When those citizens were deprived of their property and effectively jailed because of their ancestry the then government broke the covenant ALL those born in the US are ENTITLED to by virtue of The Constitution. This was governmental racism.
If you can't depend on your country, what is there to protect you?
P.S. I carry a U.S. passport.
Should be easy enough
If they want to offer up a credit card number they should omit the last two digits of the card which would have to be completed by the iPhan, thereby reducing the chance of accidental purchases.
"skills in mind manipulation, sowing confusion, concealment and ruthlessness"
Maybe this why the Japanese could out manoeuvre Jobs and have replace all those bad batteries recently whilst the rest of the world accepts his claim that there is no problem.
BTW, Lemon 4 has officially become OK in the last couple of days with coloured bands of rubber being cancelled and nothing being done to fix the problems which leaves iPhans in exactly the same situation as existed before "AntennaGate" and effectively have been abandoned by Apple. Not to worry, maybe white ones soon and less than a year to Version 5.
Ninja at work?
Best Viewed using ...
There is little difference in the principle of recommending a web site be viewed using some old browser - some still recommend IE6, which likely such a web site contains dated material.
What web sites recommend is really their business but a link pointing to a free reader should be sufficient, even if the freebie is from Adobe.
An alternative would be to provide a Google link that searches for freebies.
Firefox Beta 4 ....!
Our office likes to participate in Beta testing to support the hard work by browser authors who don't charge for their work.
Beta 4 is so buggy we have had to stop using it ... it was costing us production time.
Good to know Google runs a tight ship BUT ....
it would have created more confidence in it's handling had the news come from Google itself rather through a delayed report in the technical press.
A Panasonic or Fujitsu knockoff
Both Panasonic and Fujitsu have products in this format. The Fujitsu was called the iPad, before Jobs copied the name and had to buy the rights.
I'd rather buy a Panasonic or Fujitsu than Dell - better quality and more experience in the format.
There goes another patent
Jobs must be kicking himself. At one cent per transaction ...
For business and tax reasons, of course
Since he's living in the country he might as well go the whole hog as it makes life a little less complicated.
Of course, many of the Japanese interned during WW2 were actually born in the U.S. and having citizenship didn't do them much good.
Not in Ontario
This couldn't happen in Ontario, Canada as married couples have to both participate in all transactions, even if there is a single name on the property title.
It came about since on occasion, one spouse abandoning the marriage would load the property up with a mortgage, realise the value in cash, then abandon the other spouse and the property.
Therefore, both spouses with ILA (independent legal advice - separate lawyers) have to participate.
I have two questions: (a) Why does the original owner lose ownership as he received no money; (b) Why weren't the funds frozen in the Chinese account?
Give it to the Nigerians to find holes in a system. Guess Australia will review it's procedures.
You answered your own question
Because he is a narcissistic TWIT!
Guilty of having graphics files, not paedophilia
Another conviction under a stupid law. He was a support worker and no doubt had little, in any, interaction with children.
Pity "The equipment set-up contained within his bedroom would put many professional IT systems to shame" didn't include TrueCrypt.
VOA is no BBC International
VOA is stultifying, boring, broadcasting by committee. It is only bettered by the commercial religious transmissions for power wastage.
These religious types are running 500,000 watt transmitters in the AM band in the Philippines to China and VietNam where the most popular receivers are FM! Same with VOA, except they use shortwave.
"... will benefit OUR creative economy by some £200m per year ..." Huh?
When they claim: "We expect the measures will benefit OUR creative economy by some £200m per year ..." are they actually doing it to help British artists and companies OR continue to collect damages for America business?
Let other countries do their own thing and not use British procedures to shaft the British public.
Of course, the new ACTA Trade Agreement, designed to help Hollywood, remains under wraps although some information can be seen here: < http://www.michaelgeist.ca/content/view/4829/125/ >. This Trade Agreement will no doubt come into play along with this new tribunal.
It is essential to ensure that 'evidence' be of the highest calibre and not some mouthpiece 'expert' financed by the U.S. record industry trotting out the party line.
Craigslist behaved responsibly
IMO, Craigslist behaved responsibly in trying to isolate the controversial advertisements.
The real problem is that present incumbents holding office seek some controversy on which to base their next election drive. This includes some judges, in the U.S.A.
These incumbents ignore more scattered targets both on the InterNet and in other media as Craigslist provides an easy target.
Of course, the Washington politicians are more interested in constitutionally protected freedom of speech.
Naturally the customers will get to pay for the banks weaknesses
The banks continue, mistakenly, to think very highly of their on-line systems security but when it comes to undoing fraud they get offensive and accuse their clients of various misdeeds.
My bank has part of the solution. I was able, using a branch terminal, to adjust my profile do the countries my Debit Card will work in, together with disabling the ability to transfer money other than to my other accounts.
I always use portable-versions of software so the risk of using public computers is minimised. I also only transfer cash from my main account to the ATM account minutes before I access the money. It is a pity that smart-phone Apps have not been developed by banks as additional verification would be possible.
The last technique I use to identify my withdrawals is NOT use round numbers, such as GBP1000, instead I would withdraw GBP990, habitually, whereas fraud artists usually go for the highest amounts.
Another weakness are the 'independent' ATM's - I always use a bank ATM after making sure it has no suspicious attachments to the card slot or the face of the machine.
Until banks accept they are not infallible they remain part of the fraud equation.
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