Re: The Omen! I
First, they came for the comedians....
1482 posts • joined 9 Dec 2009
First, they came for the comedians....
Of course it didn't crash - the son of satan was on board!
No he wasn't. He was in Trump Tower, where you can usually find him.
Actually it's more like, "Jinah".
As they say: From your mouth to Ghod's ear.
Just stop listening to this twats...er...twits...er......tweets. (I'm taking to you, U.S. news media....)
Skype: To eBay then Microsoft. (P.S. you CAN block the adverts and get rid of home screen)
What is the magic incantation to do that?
There's a difference?
The Republican Party.
Most people don't even know the difference between Shia and Sunni Muslims.
Specifically applies to your bog-standard Republican; e.g. Duh-beyew, "I don't know what I don't know" Rumsfeld, Cheeeeeney, Der Orangeführer, and any of his newly appointed minions.
Start with the usual suspect, "irregardless"....
You two, show us the original quotes, or STFU. Your versions bear little resemblance to reality.
That's so typical of the prove-the-negative approach to facts that is endemic in the Drumpf
Given the Trump administration's willingness to go beyond what has been normally regarded as any red line, it is not inconceivable that anyone who purchases, say, a copy of the Koran could be placed on a watchlist.
If that is what is going to be the New World OrderTM, then the trick appears to be for everyone to get themselves on a watchlist. Maybe several times. 300 million+ entries. Overload the system. They can't watch all of us...
Never did like that pap when my Mom said that; I really don't like it when Mother Russia says it.
It is always legal to quote statute in a court of law. Though any barrister that keeps doing so will quickly find themselves running out of work.
I doubt that any defense (or defence) barrister would find him/herself out of work if s/he were to make a habit out of this.
...in the post-Trump era.
OH, and don't forget the myriad number of filibusters...more filibusters in Obama's first term than in the entire rest of the history of the Republic.
But I'm told (by people who were there) [...]
Really? Told by whom? Barack Obama? Hillary? Herr Drumpf? Jeff Sessions? Some guy in West Penumbra, Montana? And where is "there"? At the restaurant where the "conspiracy" as you so dismissively call it, was hatched? In the Congressional Page's locker room? In NBC News's London office? In West Penumbra, Montana?
I was (and still am, unfortunately) here, in a Central Midwestern state. So I am "there". I know about the Restaurant Meeting. You don't. (You still have a chance to read up on it, but it appears you're not interested in learning about something that goes counter to you predefined notions. You'd make a perfect Trump voter.)
Like the man said, you're entitled to your own opinion, but you're not entitled to your own facts. And you can stop me in believing in conspiracies, but you cannot stop me from believing in facts.
/me wonders if I'll set a new personal downvote record with THIS post
Prolly not...but that won't stop me from doing my part.
A more confident political left that believes in achieving lasting change through political persuasion, alliances, and building popular support has been MIA in recent years.
Andrew, being not from these parts, you can be excused for not properly understanding what has happened here in the last 8 years. But please understand, it wasn't America's left that convened the infamous "Restaurant meeting"1.
1 Oh, dear...you probably don't know what the "Restaurant meeting" was, either. You do have some catching up to do.
Trump has promised to “cancel every unconstitutional executive action, memorandum and order issued by President Obama” the day he takes office.
Not much to do then. Carry on...nothing to see here.
Welcome ChrisPv, to our little KaffeeKlatsch!
As it turns out, Trump did bust Ford's chops for moving to Mexico
Ooooh, scary. Herr Drumpf whining to a Ford Motor executive. I'll bet that sent him shivering in fear so much he spilled some of his Scotch. Or not....
Trump also views the movement of people into the US in solely a negative light. He has threatened to undermine the J-1 and H-1B visa system that pulls foreign workers into America, equating it to illegal immigration, which he also equates to potential terrorism. Corporations view such systems very differently – as a vital route to bring in the best people.
No, Kieran, the J-1 and (especially) the H-1B visa system is a way for Corporatists to bring people no more (and often less) qualified than indigenous folks, and pay them slave wages to depress the job and wage market domestically. (To be fair, that was probably not what it was designed to do, but that's what it has become, and what it has been for over 20 years now.)
System Admins would freak, however, as they love a good bit of custom code. Yes, this would tighten what you can / can't do, but if you have issues with this, you need to take a step back and ask yourself if it's truly necessary.
That's a pithy little toothsome morsel, which indicates that you are not an admin. Yes, it may be true that some admins like to do touchy-feely things that are unnecessary and are primarily for the purpose of member-measuring. But one thing that you can be assured of (and that overarching tech firms need to be constantly reminded of) is that the user knows what s/he needs to do better than you do, and that said user is also smarter than you. Stated another way, as I constantly yell at my machine, "Stop helping! You're not smart enough to help!"
I will agree that users need to be told that they have been hacked is a good one. there is an exception to every rule, which is why I asked for 2. I cannot agree that "All security incidents must be reported to a central government register" is a good idea, simply because the Government (in general, but the PRC gov't specifically) cannot be trusted to manage this information effectively. And the reason they cannot be trusted (one reason, anyway) is that third thing, ""Persons who are directly in charge and other directly responsible personnel" can be fined up to RMB100,000 ($14,760) apiece for failure to comply." I have a very hard time thinking that giving the Government such a cudgel can be a good thing.
Iain Thompson writes:
In many ways there are a lot of good ideas in the Chinese government's new laws, and ordinary internet users haven't lost more than they all ready had.
Really? Please enlighten we benighted masses by naming two such "good ideas". Or would doing so run you afoul of your Sino overlords?
The reason you see Trump winning is that there is a large percentage of people willing to vote for Trump that won't openly talk about it. Don't believe me?
No, I don't. Not any more than I believe your personal savior, Herr Orangeführer Drumpf
Sorry, but no. No one should have to pay extortion to have their privates remain private.
No, it is correct as written. The relation is false unless both terms are true.
Observation and collection of information is an essential part of policing. Running over unarmed protesters with a UAV or hosing them down with water cannon - not so much. Unless you are in
Pinochet's ChileHerr Drumpf's post-apocalyptic America of course.
Nick Gibb, minister for School Standards, covered his ass/arse by stating:
There are currently no plans to share the data with other government departments [...]
Run, Forrest, Run!
When is Bastille Day, again...?
Thank you, Peter, for that walk down Memory Ln.
Here's to you! ---->
It would be too difficult to convince the current set of morons in Congress that there could be such a thing as "wireless fraud"
You have flabber?
You don't like the turn Star Trek has taken, so you see it as your Sacred Duty™ to trash the franchise and anything associated with it. Fine! I get it! Now, bugger off and allow those of us who don't hate it to not hate it in peace.
bunch of elbow wanking cockatoos!
Too friggin' funny! Can I use it?
Look what you went and made me do ------>
(I'd put up the beer icon, but I don't know how to get this thing to print two icons...)
Well, if he really is a "good guy", then he doesn't need any back doors, front doors, or windows (or Windows...). All he needs is a gun, because as we all know, "A good guy with a gun can stop a bad guy with a gun".
Now, if the bad guys simply disarmed themselves....
...and dumber than a sack of hair.
RjLoQxC -- because I'm informed that the post "must contain letters". So there's some!
Damn, I wish i could upvote you more that once...or buy you a round
Ya know...I get that this is supposed to be sarcasm. But as Herr Drumpf has aptly shown, bad sarcasm is worse than no sarcasm, and there are some things one just shouldn't joke about. There are yutzes out there that will misconstrue sarcasm for instructions.
Apparently the Comedy Store records all performers, and Nish was able to *prove* he did not say what he was accused of. To which the guy complaining said "I know what I know" - i.e. fuck facts [...]
"Fuck facts", the credo of the average Trump supporter.
Well, technically, you do have to be "on" the ground before you can be "in" the ground.
Beer? Check! --------->
Comfy seat? Check!
This should be right entertaining!
You can say "I got married" or "I pupped out another brat" or "my car exploded" to whoever finds it interesting, and the "friend's" list is sort of self-curating.
You know, there is this thing called a telephone....
Users are reporting that upgrading to the Windows 10 Anniversary Update renders their PCs unusable.
And this surprises you how, again?
Well, perhaps you "over-the-ponders" might learn that "Colored" (spelled the right way) hasn't been used on this side of the pond in reference to folks of the Negroid race since the middle 60's...unless, of course, you a fucking racist moron and damn proud of it.
Please try to keep up.