Nobody believes them anymore.... they just seem to do knee-jerk reactions to any and everything. Next thing you know the RNC will favor marijuana and homosexuality.
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> Nagios is a stupid name
I Agreed, I always preferred NetSaint
Nope. It's sad, but modern medicine is more about the mercedes than the miracles.
I'm not so convinced that that's a disease, although I imagine it's quite painful.
It's more lucrative to treat a disease than it is to cure it.
> Intelligence reports on a possible attack were made and not followed up on
That pretty much sums it all up. I say prosecute *everyone* involved who failed to "follow up", as you say. If we're not going to prosecute them, at least do pay them "talking head" money, nor give credence to their words.
..who was on guard duty before 9/11.... why should anyone listen to him?
...grasping for straws.
Singapore has EXCELLENT coverage to all of Asia (sans West Asia). From Singapore you can easily serve content to both India and China (with http://cablemap.info/ to see the pipes going into and out of Singapore. In 2015, Singapore will gain improved connectivity to Australia (APX West). Taiwan is similarly situated, albeit further from India/Pakistan/etc.
Wikileaks has always stated they desire responsible disclosure.
Reality check: Who cares about companies hiding behind 3 letter names? AAF, ANA, DMA, IAB, NAI..... The internet was nicer before they came along.
Dude, Thanks for fixing this. Awesome effort!
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...a better love story than Twilight.