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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,

Comment: I am going to live in the dumbest home (Score 2) 209

by FudRucker (#48313855) Attached to: What People Want From Smart Homes
i am basically going to buy one of those big fancy storage buildings that dont have plumbing or electric installed, park it on some land in a secluded spot out in the middle of nowhere, buy some insulation and sheetrock, and some wiring 12vdc and fix it up with solar panels, but i am only going to run automotive grade stuff, like a AM/FM/CDplayer made for a car for a home stereo unit, 12 volt DC lights, etc... and use solar panels to keep a bank of batteries charged up, i am going off the grid (mostly) soon, i got to cut my living expenses or end up living on skidrow with the rest of the homeless, i already am working on drawing up plans for solar heated water and a composting latrine (all legal too)

Comment: Hey Debian Developers (Score 1) 555

by FudRucker (#48190675) Attached to: Debian's Systemd Adoption Inspires Threat of Fork
why not do this, build Jessie in such a way that during the install of Debian Jessie put an option so the user can select either init system so there is a tick option to either select systemD or old traditional init system that debian has used for years, can Debian Jessie be built in such a way that during install the user has a choice to go with either system???
i been using debian & slackware exclusively for the last few years because they are the last two remaining old school distros and if Jessie goes full tilt towards systemD i will be forced to abandon Debian

Comment: Re:Some Sense Restored? (Score 4, Insightful) 522

by FudRucker (#48169377) Attached to: Debian Talks About Systemd Once Again
i have to agree, i was running Jessie for a while and systemD is just awful, i rather have the old init system that Debian has used for years, it works and i figure if it isn't broken don't fix it, i have since removed Jessie and switched to Slackware and have made up my mind to stick with Slack and keep my eye out for using only non systemD distros

If the facts don't fit the theory, change the facts. -- Albert Einstein