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Comment: The Free World Defense? (Score 1) 246

Maybe they should have told the court that they had no authority to charge or even know any information about the case or the defendant's actions since national security and the safety of entire free world was at stake. That seems to scare every other court off, right?

Comment: 37% (Score 2) 104

by fullback (#46481299) Attached to: How Steve Jobs Got the iPhone Into Japan

That's the iPhone market percentage in Japan, but 8 out of the 10 most popular smartphones sold for the last four months are iPhones. So yes, the iPhone market share is increasing.

Oh, and the "East-Asian concept of 'face'..." post above is utter nonsense. The real esoteric reason it's popular is because people just "like" it.

Comment: I Live 90 Miles From the Site (Score 5, Interesting) 136

by fullback (#45606547) Attached to: The Status of the Fukushima Clean-Up

And I have two things to say.

1. It's an incredibly difficult job where new challenges have to be met with new thinking every day.

2. The people who are doing the difficult work deserve a huge gratitude of thanks for their effort. Working in full radiation suits and masks in 35C temperatures in summer took extraordinary strength of purpose and determination.

All of you that are going to make jokes about glowing whatever and Godzilla can go fuck yourselves. And I mean it. Go Fuck Yourself.

Comment: And Yet (Score 5, Insightful) 356

people will continue to parrot the line that the reason the U.S. has expensive and slow internet service is because the country is too big.
"It's too big!"
Nonsense. If it's too big, how in the world did you get those water, sewer and phone lines?
Watch how many people will say the same thing again and again in comments below.
"It's too big!"

The trouble with opportunity is that it always comes disguised as hard work. -- Herbert V. Prochnow