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Comment Re:Gun-free zone? (Score 1) 1148

HBAHAHAHAHA, fuck you are an idiot. Do you have ANY evidence besides "my ideology tells me this is true so it must be true" to indicate that he chose the theater because of their gun free policy? Did the shooter say so? Here's a hint fuckwad, no he didn't. He could have chose it because it offered the easiest backdoor to exit out of, he could have chose it because it was the easiest to case out. Here's another hint limpdick, I know you think because you have a gun you can go out and prove that you are a hero, but have you ever tried reaching for and then aiming a gun in a dark movie theatre? What do you think the odds of you actually hitting the gunman vs. another innocent bystander are? I know your gun helps you feel better about your micropenis, but they aren't magical crime-fighting devices. More innocents get killed by limp-dicked crusaders like yourself than they kill criminals.

Comment Not just South Korea (Score 1) 57

This problem isn't limited to just South Korea, Japan this month Japan will start rolling out a similar system called My Number(and of course, this being Japan, it is associated with a cute character) Not sure why countries are so eager to give ID thieves a field day, but apparently they are. The elderly are especially vulnerable as they are the least likely to understand the new system and use the new technology and the most likely to fall prey to scams.

Comment Re:So basically (Score 2, Insightful) 184

Did I say Christianity was any better? I don't care what the age of consent "laws" say, any civilized culture will not allow 9 year olds to be banged, especially by those who are considered "holy". But then again, sky friends and child molestation seem to go hand in hand.

Comment Re:original used non-union actors (Score 1) 360

Also, seriously slashdot? An n with a tilde becomes "Ãf±"(which is A~+- as 2 characters, apparently the fuckitude of /. has infinite recursion of shittiness)?(ironically the A in that does have a tilde on it) I guess the /. version of what I was trying to say was "Sen~or Spielbergo". I leave moving the tilde to the top of the n as an exercise for the reader.

Comment Re:I still don't know why ... (Score 1) 86

Although oddly enough they seem to retain most of their value(probably as collectors items).... My friend and I decided one day we were going to search the used game stores in Tokyo's Akihabara district to find a Pippin, and if it was affordable buy one. We eventually did find one, but it was 70,000 yen(about $800 or so back then, about $600 now), Needless to say we didn't buy it.

Comment Re:Wired article wheel fire (Score 1) 208

Yes but an important difference between MH 370 and Helios was that with Helios the autopilot kept the plane on it's chartered course(it ran out of fuel circling the Athens airport). MH 370 not only diverted course, it diverted in a very peculiar fashion, seeming aimed to keep out of reach of radar. That hardly seems like it was done accidentally, and I doubt the autopilot would have picked such a course if the pilots were incapacitated.

Comment Re:At last... (Score 1) 114

Eh, Steve wasn't so much an innovator as a man with implacable tastes who really knew how to get his way. THAT is really what led Apple down the path to where it is today. Steve would have never ever accepted something as buggy as OS X right now without screaming at people and ripping their heads off. Tim Cook just seems to think that software quality really isn't that important.

"I'm not afraid of dying, I just don't want to be there when it happens." -- Woody Allen