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Comment: Re:no doubt living in Russia sucks (Score 1) 633

by BoRegardless (#49175879) Attached to: Snowden Reportedly In Talks To Return To US To Face Trial

Seems like Snowden could have a good chance of negotiating while in Russia. Negotiate for what is the issue.

Snowden might as well play hardball and negotiate for employment back at the NSA. He obviously knew a lot more than his bosses.

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Comment: All of HIllary's recipients knew ... (Score 3, Interesting) 520

But NONE of the government recipients or people who used to be in government notified any authorities in the US Government that Hillary was violating the rules that they had to follow. So are they all complicit in breaking the law?

Given that private email accounts are not likely secure, how is it that other government official would send sensitive and sometimes secret materials to a private email account of Hillary's. That would also make any government official who sent official emails to Hillary guilty for not following the law.

Just another example of the fact we must follow the law or get hammered by government departments, but when the Clinton's violate law, it's just time for another spin job from Bill & Hillary: "What difference does it make?" with arms raised and screeching. God help the US.

Comment: Re:Skewed Results (Score 1) 207

by BoRegardless (#49159243) Attached to: Research Suggests That Saunas Help You Live Longer

Indeed, candidate selection has as much to do with outcomes as anything else when you select only 2000 people for your study. What is the mix or city dwellers, office workers, those having outdoor activities, daily walks or not, healthy diets & drugs or not? It can get iffy real quick.

I can believe the researchers tried to get a mixed profile, but it would be good to read the participant selection survey results.

Comment: Living Positively (Score 1) 698

Kids need to understand how to be able to accomplish to the limit of their ability for themselves, their family and profession. To do that they need to have the knowledge & self-control to stay healthy in all ways, in spite of peer pressures today.

Kids also need to understand how to deal with loss as it is a part of life and that is difficult to comprehend when young. Maybe it can be stated in a positive light, "Now we both know we have a limited time together, we can focus on important things so you can get the most out of your life."

Helping a child to accomplish something significant really does stick with kids. Steve Jobs told how much he appreciated what he learned from his step-dad in understanding how to build things and why they had to be done "right." Each kid is different.

Comment: Re:Refuse to decrypt your "image" & Jail (Score 1) 406

by BoRegardless (#49122101) Attached to: NSA Director Wants Legal Right To Snoop On Encrypted Data

Accidental loss of PGP keys and then what?

Once you have keys the law will no doubt say you have to turn them over. But what if your hard drive blew up or you lost your computer or worse, the NSA stole your computer to frame you?

"Guilty and sentenced to jail until the victim, er uh defendant gives up his keys!"

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