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Comment: Re:Oh (Score 1) 5 5

by damn_registrars (#50016485) Attached to: The Kevlar Kandidate, Blowing in the Breeze
You wandered away from the Official Narrative, there smitty. We all know it's about marrying a box turtle. I won't tell anyone about your faux pas, but you might end up in a re-education camp regardless.

Though even if you are moving up into warm-blooded vertebrates, you are still placing a homosexual human as being of equal worth to a horse. Perhaps the important question to ask then is whether you see a horse as being worth more or less than 3/5ths of a hetersexual human.

And the kevlar kandidate is not my governor. I believe I told you that before.

Comment: Re:Another great Scalia line (Score 1) 1054 1054

by damn_registrars (#50009399) Attached to: Supreme Court Ruling Supports Same-Sex Marriage

Gore would have had the same information Bush, Senator Clinton and 99.9% of the house did - and voted to do it.

You are whitewashing history with that line. The information that was given to Bush was hand-picked to support an invasion of a country that had absolutely nothing to do with 9/11. Some of those intelligence advisers were themselves hand-picked by the Bush administration. The Bush administration was furthermore willing to then take the shaky evidence - note that they were not afraid to take advice from someone code-named "curveball" by the CIA - and spin it to support their agenda.

Regardless of how much you hate Gore, he has never given indication of himself being a war-mongerer, nor did he have a personal score to settle with Saddam Hussein.

Comment: Re:Another great Scalia line (Score 1) 1054 1054

by damn_registrars (#50007335) Attached to: Supreme Court Ruling Supports Same-Sex Marriage

Could you imaging if that dumbass won?

I can imagine in. We would not have launched an unjustified invasion of a sovereign nation that cost us trillions of dollars and thousands of American lives. Evidently that would have been a terrible thing?

No special skills, knowledge or anything else remarkable

Wait, which 2000 POTUS candidate are you talking about now?

Comment: Re:Who is forcing Scalia to be on the SCOTUS? (Score 1) 1054 1054

by damn_registrars (#50001363) Attached to: Supreme Court Ruling Supports Same-Sex Marriage
I understand that he is criticizing the rest of the court, and that he thinks that he is the smartest and most important man in the room. He has projected that arrogance for some time. At this point though he seems to have such disdain for the court that he seems to actually loathe the task assigned to him. Hence my point is that if it is that awful, he could just retire and go live somewhere else.

Comment: Re:No filter is truly effective (Score 1) 265 265

by damn_registrars (#49998343) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: How Effective Is Your ISP's Spam Filter?

But seriously what are the odds that I am friends with that hypothetical person, and they let me use their transcript for this completely ridiculous purpose?

Much better than the odds of you passing a statistics course. Similarly, very high are the odds of a serial liar such as yourself having such documentation around to try to "support" you fact-free argument.

And this conversation is now over.

So you are a failure and a liar. But you established that several comments ago. Have a nice weekend, kid. Maybe some day you'll learn enough to realize how foolish you made yourself look here.

Comment: Re:No filter is truly effective (Score 1) 265 265

by damn_registrars (#49997271) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: How Effective Is Your ISP's Spam Filter?

I don't have to pretend what I said was facetious in retrospect. It should be pretty apparent to anyone who is not retarded.

So now you are insulting me for taking your seriously? You gave a direct numeric answer to a question. You were then embarrassed to realize the colossal statistical failure that you made and you felt the need to fabricate a pile of lies to cover it up. Insulting me isn't helping your cause any.

More importantly you seem to be trying desperately to change the subject away

Change the subject? No, I have been repeatedly pointing out how far from the subject you have strayed. We were talking about spam filters and you keep going back to lying about yourself instead.

You made some statements thinking they were pretty safe, but now you've been called out, and you want to just pretend you weren't.

Called out on what, exactly? You have provided far more evidence in support of my claims about your lack of education than you have in opposition to them.

And if we were to dare return to the original topic of discussion, we would find there is plenty of evidence on this very site that supports my original argument. It is not my problem if you can't be bothered to read it.

Despite producing a transcript, showing my major and degree, from the correct university, in the correct year month and year (June 2004), and with the same name as first name as my screen name, your position is that it must be fake, and you are so sure it's fake you don't even want to see it.

You claim to have it, yet have not shown it. Considering how large UCLA is, the chance of someone graduating in any given year with the first name Brian - particularly in a CSci program - is very very high.

I called your bluff a long time ago. Your own writing - in particular your logical and statistical failures - supports my claim and not yours.

And again, none of this is related to the topic of this thread. That you keep trying to drag this discussion back to being about you speaks volumes about you and your own insecurities - particularly when coupled to the giant mountains of lies you have created in this thread.

Comment: Re:No filter is truly effective (Score 1) 265 265

by damn_registrars (#49996825) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: How Effective Is Your ISP's Spam Filter?

But this is exactly what I am saying. You took one comment I made (facetiously) , and extrapolated it out to mean that it is impossible I could have graduated from a particular school with a particular degree.

Funny, when you first made that statement you were confident of it. Now after I have pointed out - repeatedly - what a complete statistical failure that statement is, you are trying to pretend it was facetious. Even worse, you are trying to pretend that you actually know something about statistics - in spite of having already demonstrated the contrary.

Seriously, just quit lying and walk away. You should have done that days ago. You are only making yourself look more ridiculous as you keep making this thread about yourself instead of the topic it was actually started on. If you don't want to talk about the problems inherent to spam filters, go pester someone else. You have made it abundantly clear that you are not knowledgeable on the matter, you can either now go for an about-face and try to learn something relevant to this discussion, or you can just take your lying self elsewhere.

Your choice, kid.

Comment: Who is forcing Scalia to be on the SCOTUS? (Score 1) 1054 1054

by damn_registrars (#49996803) Attached to: Supreme Court Ruling Supports Same-Sex Marriage
I understand that appointments to the SCOTUS are for life, but justices have resigned in the past. However, reading Scalia's dissent makes it sound like we are actually forcing him to sit there until he dies:

If, even as the price to be paid for a fifth vote, I ever joined an opinion for the Court that began: "The Constitution promises liberty to all within its reach, a liberty that includes certain specific rights that allow persons, within a lawful realm, to define and express their identity," I would hide my head in a bag. The Supreme Court of the United States has descended from the disciplined legal reasoning of John Marshall and Joseph Story to the mystical aphorisms of the fortune cookie.

Comment: Re:No filter is truly effective (Score 1) 265 265

by damn_registrars (#49996281) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: How Effective Is Your ISP's Spam Filter?

You have a real knack for grasping onto some small detail, making a non-sensical deduction from it, and then sticking to it regardless of any subsequent evidence.

This is not a small detail. There is nothing minor about false positive rates in statistics. You didn't make a minor error in it either, you completely and utterly screwed up in a way that anyone with even the most basic knowledge of statistics would be embarrassed by. People who drop out of statistics after two weeks of instruction would know more about statistics than you have demonstrated.

You have no useful knowledge of statistics. If you did, you would not have made such a massive error. If by some fluke you made it but did know even a little about statistics, you would have long ago said something along the lines of "oops, I completely miscalculated FP because XYZ". Instead you tried to lie your way out of it. Eventually you were piling lies on top of lies in the hope of making your situation better.

you no doubt inappropriately infer to be a formal statistical claim

I asked you what your FP rate was. You gave me a number and said "FP is .5 per year". You were making a formal statistical claim. I then pointed out that your claim was a total failure of statistics and you tried to lie your way out of it.

You also demonstrated repeated failures in logic. Pretending that you could somehow complete a CSci degree without understanding statistics or logic is laughable.

Seriously, kid. Just quit lying, and walk away. You admitted defeat when you resorted to lying heavily and abandoned the topic of discussion completely. I don't want to talk about you, but you made the discussion about yourself entirely. Do you remember we were talking about spam and why spam filters won't ever solve the spam problem?

Comment: Stand in line to purchase it? Where? (Score 1) 211 211

There are no physical stores that sell ThinkPad laptops that I know of. Every ThinkPad I have purchased in the past decade or so I have ordered through their website.

Though if they can make a new X300 and put it in ultrabook pricing, I would rush to their website to make it mine.

Comment: Re:A small part of me (Score 1) 588 588

by damn_registrars (#49995399) Attached to: Supreme Court Upholds Key Obamacare Subsidies

If the democrats had any better ideas, they SHOULD have put those into the bill and passed it.

I agree with you on that one. I have championed single payer for decades and was sorely disappointed with this giant corporate handout sold to us as "health care reform".

IF you think they bent to republican pressure and passed something they didn't like, then take it up with the democrats for not doing what they should have.

The democrats were indeed weak on this. They couldn't gather up the courage to write up something that actually resembled any kind of reform, let alone a liberal attempt at reform. They were told by republicans than they would get support from their side if it retained certain features from Romney's signature bill in MA; so they did that. Then the republicans realized that this bill was going to become Obama's signature accomplishment and did everything they could to undermine it.

No republicans where involved in writing it, they where not allowed to offer amendments to it or even debate it before it was passed on 100% partisan votes.

Except of course for the republicans who wrote the bill it was based on, or the republicans who said they would vote on it if it contained the same actions as that bill. Excluding also the republicans who wrote the Heritage Foundation piece saying that they wanted an individual mandate as well.

Also important to my previous comment is the contents of every single proposed "Obamacare alternative" that has been shown by an elected official. Every single one of those "alternative" proposals has taken the vast majority of its content directly from this bill. Some of them hardly do anything but change the name.

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