It tells us that nearly all of the idiots on Facebook who are stupid enough to accept a friend invitation from a total stranger are ALSO stupid enough to post personal information in their profiles. Wow! 80+ percent of all Facebook idiots are really HUGE idiots! Amazing!
What's wrong with government telling us how to 'better manage' our energy resources? When government passes into law bills that essentially force one of this country's major employers to shut down some of their sizable manufacturing operations here in the U.S. and open new factories in China, thus robbing American citizens of jobs in the process, then I'd say the government screwed up; wouldn't you? That's not to mention that environmental standards for industry in China are severely lacking compared to the U.S. meaning that little to no environmental benefit has been attained. But oh... that's right... our government did it all with our 'best interests' in mind which makes it OK.
Why is anyone even paying attention to him and his absurd claims?
NASA needs to get their heads out of their rear ends and stop dinking around with robots and probes and experiments that might possibly be useful sometime in the future when there's a plan. They need to set big, definitive goals to get mankind back on the moon and out to Mars and work towards those ends. Otherwise they might as well rename themselves the NAA and stop squandering taxpayer dollars on space all together.
Me? A Futurama geek? Noooo...
Putting aside your obviously strong beliefs against any kind of violence for a moment...
Actually it looks like geekmux held up games like Full Spectrum Warrior as examples of games that portray combat in a semi-realistic manner as well as demonstrate situations of justifiable violence. He also pointed to the American Revolution as a war instrumental in creating the most successful and prosperous nation in history and World War II as a war that was necessary to bring about an end to the barbarism of Hitler and concentration camps such as those at Auschwitz.
It seems to me that geekmux was effectively utilizing the subtle art of sarcasm to illustrate his points that many games are respectful of violent conflicts, the reasons behind them, and that sometimes wartime violence is an unfortunate, yet necessary path to travel to put an end to things like tyranny, torture and mass murder.
No instructor has the right to take and destroy any materials they didn't provide you with in the first place. You did the work, you wrote down the notes. Anything and everything that you created to assist your learning is your property.
Attempting to control the flow of information coming from that course in such a totalitarian manner is a fallacy anyway. Any instructor operating under the delusion that she can prevent her students from passing on information learned in her class lacks a grasp on reality.