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* Posts by RcR

18 posts • joined 22 Feb 2012

Bloke, 26, accused of running drug souk Silk Road 2.0 cuffed by Feds

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FUCK YOU ASSHOLE

Fuck this raccoon eyed mutherfucker

This is why we need to limit immigration in the USA; cocksuckers like this using US taxpayer funds to go off on crusades to penalize victimless crime; assholes, mutherfuckers, cocksuckers.Mediocrity in a mediocre uni is not a license to fuck around with US citizens. Remember in fucking Mother India drugs crime is a medical problem, ya fucking zipperhead. Goddamn, I want raze the Feds and get rid of all these greased pole climbing cocksuckers. Fuck you, Pradeep or whoever the fuck your name is. Reg editor, if you give out my details I will personally come to London and rip yer fuckin yarbles off if you have any yarbles.

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Fuck this raccoon eyed mutherfucker

This is why we need to limit immigration in the USA; cocksuckers like this using US taxpayer funds to go off on crusades to penalize victimless crime; assholes, mutherfuckers, cocksuckers.Mediocrity in a mediocre uni is not a license to fuck around with US citizens. Remember in fucking Mother India drugs crime is a medical problem, ya fucking zipperhead. Goddamn, I want raze the Feds and get rid of all these greased pole climbing cocksuckers. Fuck you, Pradeep or whoever the fuck your name is. Reg editor, if you give out my details I will personally come to London and rip yer fuckin yarbles off if you have any yarbles.

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Ballmer intends to remain on Microsoft board after end of CEO gig

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Fuck Uncle Fester. I thought we were rid of that asshole.

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Thorium and inefficient solar power? That's good enough for me

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Energy inefficiency

Many posters are missing the point. There is nothing inherently wrong with solar energy and its capture/transition efficiency or inefficiency relative to nuclear/petrol/coal or whatever. Since it is a use it or lose it proposition, it is logical to ignore the efficiency of solar energy when costs to transition it to H, etc. are sufficiently low. After all, photosynthesis is only 1% efficient and that is on a good day.

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Google gets AGILE to increase IaaS cloud efficiency

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Booking time?

Oh, so when working at Google, you have to book time on the mainframe (cloud)? Just like the old days with punch-cards...

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Microsoft talks up devices, Windows 8.1 at developer shindig

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Rapid release

Hey Uncle Fester, where's the fookin link? What's all that BS about rapid release if you don't release? Morons.

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Facebook reveals TAO - the data store for its social graph

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BS

Sounds like BS to me; FB is really nothing more than the old '80s message boards sans the dialup modem

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Indian govt blocks 40 smut sites, forgets to give reason

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Gummint

Yea well, ultimately everyone gets the government they deserve...

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Bank details - PAH! Phishers want your FACEBOOK password

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Idiocracy

Ho-hum; what moron would possibly be fooled by such childish tricks?

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Apple's Tim Cook: I'm risking my own MEELLLIONS if we sink

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BFD...He still gets all the perks of being the top worm in the Apple, private plane, 5 star travel, etc. etc. ad nauseum. What else would someone so unskilled and generally useless do? It is not as though he actually MAKES something we all need, and in any case, he is a single caricature of the firm, not the brains behind the machine. If Appletards buy iCrap over and over just because it has a new color/finish/port it is unlikely that the clown on top can be much more than irrelevant. It is the brand that counts, not the clone.

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Offensive, iconoclastic internet trolls will NOT be prosecuted, says DPP

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Ha! Fookin Brits are thin-skinned, eh? And this from the land of the Flame of the Week...

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Facebook turns on frigid Swedish ice-maidens in new data centre

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BFD

This Facebook-founded initiative encourages the development of "vanity-free" hardware designs that are highly efficient and leave out unnecessary bits of metal and plastic.

Didn't Stalin do that shite with architecture in the 50's?

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Desperate Venezuelans wiped clean of bog roll

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Nothing changes

I lived in Venezuela in the turbulent '80's and the same problem was endemic as was the shortage of coins and lots of other things that are supposed to just be. We would get eggs and sweets for change in supermarkets. No toilet paper was often the problem so we all hoarded it; resulting of course in further and more severe shortages. Venezuela is a beautiful place, but essentially ungovernable; its a wonder they even have such things as electricity or ice, but those are essentials for drinking and dancing so I guess they put in extra effort. Banana leaves, anyone?

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Wanna be a ROBOT OVERLORD? Boffins pave way with mind-controlled cursor

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Brain electrode implant

I want one of these implanted to tickle my amygdala- pleasure centers that reward on when you ingest a molecule such as sugar, chocolate, cocaine, heroin- you get the picture. Then I will power it up and turn myself into a null wave transmitter...

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NSA Prism: Why I'm boycotting US cloud tech - and you should too

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Fuckin A, but also take personal responsibility. Encrypt your files even though it is a pain in the ass. Use KeePass or some other open source without a backdoor to generate real passwords and use them as a matter of fact. Let the idiot bureaucrats use billions of CPU-GPU cycles to decrypt pic of your cat.

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Right...Using Chinese servers is far more secure

Right...

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Re: Canadians are viewed by the world as timid and weak?

I'm with you there. As a 'Merican, I can say that Canucks are viewed as pretty badass; for example, a Canadian sniper took out a Taliban fighter in Afghanistan from 2400 meters with a .50 caliber rifle.

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Researchers propose ‘overclock’ scheme for mobiles

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FAIL

Cave dwellers in PA

Well, duh...

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