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Comment: Current rotation of games (Score 1) 669

by JTsyo (#46288483) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: What Games Are You Playing?
1. Hearthstone - log on and do a the daily quest and maybe play 2 or 3 other rounds
2. Check Battlelog to see if any friends are playing BF4
3. Skyrim for some alone time
4. Log into Planetside 2 for the daily certs. Play for a bit if there's an alert or something interesting going on
5. On weekends I might fire up a game of Civ5

Comment: Make some sort of agreement with a "snowy" city (Score 1) 723

by JTsyo (#46113793) Attached to: Atlanta Gambled With Winter Storm and Lost
Wonder if it would be feasible to have some sort of agreement with a city that does have the equipment to come by and salt roads and Atlanta pays some kind of fee each year for help with upkeep. Though you probably have to go pretty far north from Atlanta to get to a city that's snowy. Might need to just have a collective or maybe the state or Georgia have them available.

Comment: Re:It definitely *IS* a ruse ! (Score 1) 539

by JTsyo (#45890719) Attached to: FBI Edits Mission Statement: Removes Law Enforcement As 'Primary' Purpose
Secret Service for counterfeiting, Border Patrol for the borders, Park rangers for national parks, as mentioned elsewhere there's DHS and even NASA has a SWAT team.

There's a whole host of others
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_law_enforcement_in_the_United_States

Comment: Re:It definitely *IS* a ruse ! (Score 1) 539

by JTsyo (#45890549) Attached to: FBI Edits Mission Statement: Removes Law Enforcement As 'Primary' Purpose
How would that be different to what happened 200 years ago? The British considered the American rebels traitors and could have hung them. They didn't since the US also held British prisoners. What they did do was hold them in prison ship, in which many a prisoners died.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisoners_of_war_in_the_American_Revolutionary_War

The two times that I know of that there was a rebellion in the US (Whiskey Rebellion and Civil War), an army was drafted and the rebellion crushed. Why do people think things would be different now?

If you have enough people to start a revolution, you have enough people to get people that think like you elected. I would think it would be much easier to get people to vote rather than take up armed resistance.

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