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Comment: Re:Looks like the AG actually read the law (Score 1) 817

by Mojo Geek (#41855893) Attached to: Texas Attorney General Warns International Election Observers

Except that there are serious and legitimate questions about whether of not you are beating your wife. The solution would be to put video cameras in your house. Glad you don't see a problem with that.

Being from Texas I object to the suggestion our elections are not carried out fairly and properly. I don't know about other states, but I applaud the statements by our Attorney General.

Comment: While I was at it.... (Score 1) 151

by Mojo Geek (#36255484) Attached to: 35 Million Google Profiles Collected

I allowed them to index my socks and underwear drawer, but not before I bought new underwear so's as to show off my spiffy skiveys. Now, no matter my mood, the right undies are no more than 0,.27 msecs away. And to think all that is even available now via my phone (or yours). Great googly moogly we have arrived.

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Netflix Streaming Arrives For the Wii 171

Posted by Soulskill
from the hopping-on-the-bandwagon dept.
Grant,thompson writes "As announced in January and mentioned here on Slashdot, Netflix is sending out discs today to enable streaming on the Nintendo Wii. 'Netflix has sent out emails to customers who pre-ordered the Wii's instant streaming disc, indicating that the disc will arrive in mailboxes tomorrow, and that the service will likely start within the next day.'"

Comment: Re:survival of the hungry (Score 1) 568

by Mojo Geek (#30610712) Attached to: Scientists Postulate Extinct Hominid With 150 IQ

The thought just occurred to me that perhaps the precursors to humans mated with theis species; maybe the males of that species like tight pussies, the females of our precursor species liked smart guys, and that's why they went extinct?

As a smart guy what likes tight pussy that seems exceedingly logical to me.

You can measure a programmer's perspective by noting his attitude on the continuing viability of FORTRAN. -- Alan Perlis

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