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Comment: Re:Think of the children! (Score 1) 408

Sometimes I think they are just a bunch of publicity whores, but I haven't yet figured out what it is they get out of making announcments, doing it 1/4 assed, and quickily forgetting what they were doning and moving on to the next great headline grabber...

That's pretty much how teenagers operate in general.

Comment: Re:Good news (Score 4, Funny) 420

by Ralph Wiggam (#48887789) Attached to: Disney Turned Down George Lucas's Star Wars Scripts

But then you have to just remember how awful JJ's Star Trek movies were.

Really? The first one was terrible because nothing can live up to the expectations of angry nerds.

Trekkies Bash New Star Trek Film As 'Fun, Watchable'

http://www.theonion.com/video/trekkies-bash-new-star-trek-film-as-fun-watchable,14333/

Comment: Re:What an idiot (Score 4, Informative) 180

Prior to that, the FBI took control of a forum mod's account. They asked "dread" in chat to look into something on the site that required him to log in as an admin. When they grabbed his laptop, a window with him logged into the site admin account was open. That's pretty damning evidence even without the journal.

Comment: Re:And let me guess... (Score 1) 290

by Ralph Wiggam (#48858553) Attached to: Police Nation-Wide Use Wall-Penetrating Radars To Peer Into Homes

Argument one will be that these devices are in no way in contradiction with the fourth amendment because nobody with RF-permiable walls can have a reasonable expectation of privacy

The Supreme Court already ruled that you DO have an expectation of privacy against wall-penetrating infra-red cameras. Prior to that, police helicopters would fly around looking for indoor pot growers.

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