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Comment: if i was a famous celebrety like Colbert (Score 1) 38

i would tell Viacom & comedy central to stick it where the sun dont shine, and to back off suing google (youtube) over my videos, it is the celebrities that make Viacom significant (not the other way around) someone with the notoriety of Colbert could go to work anywhere, i would be sure to include something like that in a contract before i signed

Comment: Re:Enforcing pot laws is big business (Score 5, Insightful) 469

by FudRucker (#48632393) Attached to: Colorado Sued By Neighboring States Over Legal Pot
still, legalizing it would be the better option, Colorado already proved that with the tax revenue they brought in from legalized marijuana, plus it frees up law enforcement to pursuit more serious crimes, empties jails and prisons of otherwise law abiding citizens that were only merely in possession or smoking a small amount of herb, i hope this forces the federal Govt to finally realize that marijuana should be legalized just like alcohol (legal for any adult, and no driving under the influence)

Comment: the future is not separate (Score 1) 368

by FudRucker (#48542007) Attached to: Overly Familiar Sci-Fi
as society progresses in to the future it brings with it ideas and things from the past and present, look at the car, from Henry Ford's Model T to a 2014 Ford Mustang, sure they are very different but they both have four wheels and a windshield and steering wheel, gas & brake pedal, seats, etc... the idea does not change, it just gets refined and improved upon

Comment: the polygraph is a joke (Score 1) 328

by FudRucker (#48393989) Attached to: Former Police Officer Indicted For Teaching How To Pass a Polygraph Test
it should be discarded as ancient obsolete junk from the past like phrenology or some other bogus snake oil from the 18th & 19th century,

the polygraph is not even admissible in court because of its dubious reliability, the results of a polygraph does not prove anything

Comment: Big Brother is listening (Score 0) 245

by FudRucker (#48365177) Attached to: ISPs Removing Their Customers' Email Encryption
DO NOT TRUST your email or internet connection, and DO NOT TRUST your cellphone

there is no privacy anymore, none, nowhere to be found anywhere, thanks to a government that has used terrorism as an excuse to snoop on EVERYBODY and EVERYTHING, George Orwell was a prophet, 1984 is here and now

Comment: Re:I am going to live in the dumbest home (Score 1) 209

by FudRucker (#48314115) Attached to: What People Want From Smart Homes
a small house only requires a small heater, since i am going to insulate it and hang drywall (sheetrock) i will also install a small wood stove, something like a ben franklin stove that i can also cook a meal on, i got to cut costs or end up homeless, it is not a matter of choice it is a matter of necessity for survival, i can tolerate heat, if i can get a water well drilled and a manual pump i will get a livestock tank and put some water in it and during the hottest time of the day during the hottest time of the year i can dip in to the water and cool off a little,

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