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Comment Re:No More Bennett (Score 3, Interesting) 187

<quote> (Note: While we accept bug reports on the ability to conduct brute-force attacks, we do not allow execution of brute-force attacks on other users. Please see the &ldquo;Do not attempt&rdquo; section. If you believe you have found a method to conduct a brute-force or code injection attack, please report it to us without testing it.).</quote>

The program details specifically say that. He's an idiot, but we all knew that.

Submission + - Scotus rules extending stop for dog sniff unconstitutional. (

bmxeroh writes: The Supreme Court ruled today that a police officer may not extend a traffic stop beyond the time needed to complete the tasks related to that stop for the purposes of allowing a trained dog to sniff for drugs. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote for the majority (6-3) that police authority "ends when tasks tied to the traffic infraction are — or reasonably should have been — completed,". The case, Rodriguez v. United States, 13-9972, all started with Rodriguez was stopped in Nebraska for driving out of his lane. After he was given the ticket for that infraction, he was made to wait an additional seven to eight minutes for a drug dog to arrive which promptly alerted to the presence of drugs in the car. Upon search, the officers found a small bag of methamphetamine in his possession.

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Comment Re:Sounds good (Score 3, Funny) 599

For some reason I had a chuckle at your last statement. At this point they literally are giving people turds. That turns out to be one of the most effective treatments for C. Diff, and I even seen a place in New England somewhere where they would pay you for taking a crap. Literally like a blood bank, but poop. How great a world we live in.

Comment Re:real vs pretend (Score 1) 353

Pretend nothing. Last year it was a simple, "fill out this questionnaire and enroll in one of these quick online courses and save $30 bucks a month." This year we have to do the same questionnaire, same courses, "oh but also go to your doctor and have a physical and blood work done, and here send this form back with all the results while your at it. Don't like our end run around of HIPPA regs? Enjoy paying $35 extra a month."

Comment Re:Not for Nerds (Score 1) 253

Since your peaked out on score, I'm just going to add a hearty, "amen to that" in regards to television just absolutely catering to the lowest common denominator. If you want a good representative example of just how stupid the average person is, watch "None of the Above" on NatGeo. I was excited when I first saw commercials for it thinking it was going to be a nerdy physics type show, but couldn't make it through the entire first episode as it turns out that it's basically 9th grade science class. I've given up on Discovery Network almost all together. TLC is a joke, THC is moronic 23.5 hours out of the day, and I can't quite wrap my head around what crab fishing has to do with the Discovery Channel. Thankfully some of the extended DN channels have some decent programming for at least an hour or so a day.

Going the speed of light is bad for your age.