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Comment: Re:more pseudo science (Score 0) 862

You've come up short when challenged to justify your denial. Let's try another angle. The person you are contradicting is a professor of Physics at McGill university. What's your qualification that makes you equipped to contradict?

But I heard something that contradicts this on the Glen Beck show so obviously this guy is wrong.
That's how Science works, right?

Comment: Re:And so this is Costco's fault? (Score 1) 440

by jd2112 (#46617165) Attached to: Million Jars of Peanut Butter Dumped In New Mexico Landfill

Sounds like someone trying to justify piracy. Why are you trying to pirate peanut butter?

You wouldn't pirate peanut butter would you? I mean if you already have the peanuts, salt, sugar, etc. and mash them up by yourself you are stealing money from the huge peanut butter conglom, er, I mean hard working peanut factory workers.

Comment: Re: Hack it to add American names like "John Smith (Score 1) 286

by jd2112 (#46606563) Attached to: One Person Successfully Removed From US No-Fly List
Too late. Ted Kennedy somehow got on the no fly list. I don't think it took 8 hours to get his name removed, although it was probably due to him being one of the highest ranking senators. Good luck if you don't have the clout to call the director of the DHS directly and chew him out though.

Comment: Re:Easy stats to pull (Score 1) 367

by jd2112 (#46599273) Attached to: More Than 1 In 4 Car Crashes Involve Cellphone Use

Given that driving using a mobile phone seriously inhibits your ability to concentrate on driving and that the main cause of accidents is driver error, its a very good assumption.

wait, you're using your phone to drive? what is that, an app or something?

I downloaded Google Drive, but it is apparently incompatible with my car.

Comment: Re:Sour grapes (Score 3, Funny) 381

by jd2112 (#46501371) Attached to: <em>Sons of Anarchy</em> Creator On Google Copyright Anarchy

You illustrate my point. The suits at Disney responsible for lobbying and litigating IP rules are not the people creating characters and animating stories. And the fact that the company takes creative content (e.g. new stories) and uses their copyrighted character to act them out does not make them creators of content. It makes them thieves.

If Disney keeps on extending copyright, someday they will run out of public domain material to form the basis of new movies.

How much net work could a network work, if a network could net work?