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Comment: Who cares!? (Score 0) 280

by 7-Vodka (#49144919) Attached to: Drones Cost $28,000 Per Arrest, On Average

Who cares how much anything costs? This is the government after all and they have magic money. They can give FREE healthcare and FREE unemployment benefits, the have something called a central bank that gives them FREE MONEY, so who cares how much it costs.

This is the socialists wet dream, until the government spends their magic money on something they don't personally like, then it's like woooah, hold on how much does this cost?

How much does it cost? Fucking nothing that's how much. It's free money. Who cares? You care? Well fuck you, we have the guns and we only care about the uber riche. That's the reality of government.

Maybe someday the communist socialist ilks will realize that for every victory they have, the person in charge of the government gun that points at people, ain't them.

Comment: Re:What is this nonsense? (Score 1) 631

by 7-Vodka (#49144839) Attached to: FCC Approves Net Neutrality Rules
  1. Problem
  2. Reaction
  3. Solution

I mean really, this is the oldest trick in the book of corrupt politicians. Pretend there's a problem, fabricate one, coopt one, wait for the outcry from the retard population of "do something, you gotta do something I don't care what. Think of the children", then propose your real goal, the 'solution'.

This is a solution to a problem that doesn't exist.

Comment: Re:No surprise (Score 1) 192

by 7-Vodka (#49105363) Attached to: How NSA Spies Stole the Keys To the Encryption Castle

The challenge is picking out the conversations of interest since there simply is too much data to sift through and get timely actionable information.

See here:

"Greenwald reprints in the book an NSA slide from Snowden's documents that, when he first saw it, almost made him laugh because it is so surreal. Titled "New Collection Posture", it sets out the scale of the NSA's ambitions in astonishingly frank terms: "Sniff it all, Know it all, Collect it all, Process it all, Exploit it all, Partner it all.""

Comment: Re:Can't eat what you don't grow (Score 1) 690

by 7-Vodka (#49020141) Attached to: Free-As-In-Beer Electricity In Greece?
The people responsible were the ones voted into office and career state workers. How would you suggest to hold them responsible?

It's an inherent flaw in 'governments'. People will give 'free' stuff to get votes and then will funnel money to their cronies, accruing huge bills that must be papered over or defaulted on every so often. The losers are the people (even the ones who get the 'free' stuff) and the currencies and creditors.

Government the way it's done these days is immoral.

There's no future in time travel.

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