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Comment: Re:Bullshit (Score 1, Insightful) 367

by l0ungeb0y (#46795683) Attached to: Beer Price Crisis On the Horizon

Brewers get $30 a ton for the waste from beer manufacturing. Per can/bottle of beer, that's negligible.

You're the one that's full of shit. From the article:

The equipment and set up to do that would cost about $13 million per facility

Why don't you tell us how that $13,000,000 cost per brewing facility will be paid off by that $30/ton "profit" and thus be a negligible cost.
Also, what of the costs to your beef, which will also go up due to the loss or increased cost of feed?

Comment: This needs to be Illegal (Score 3, Insightful) 212

by l0ungeb0y (#46791715) Attached to: California Utility May Replace IT Workers with H-1B Workers

Under no circumstances should any Utility in the US be allowed to Off-Shore IT operations of it's Infrastructure to Foreign Entities -- doing so opens up the possibility of access being given to enemies of the US or US-based interests by employees of the IT company or by the IT company itself if it comes under the influence or control of enemies of the US.

The ability to fuck with the infrastructure providing power to all of Southern California is a capability no one should be able to hand over to foreign nationals. The Federal Government needs to shove their foot right up the collective asses of Cal Eds Senior Management and Board.

Comment: Re:WTF?? (Score 1) 791

So, kid gathers evidence of bullying by other kids, gets charged?

Yup

So, if I take a video of someone stealing my car, would I get arrested?

Yup

Under what circumstances could I do that and not be charged?

None

WTF doesn't gathering evidence of bullying get an exemption from wiretap laws?

Nope

Whatever law enforcement and officers of the court were involved in this are total morons. This makes no sense at all.

Consider yourself under arrest for obstruction of justice for asking so many questions and showing lack of respect for Law Enforcement.

Comment: Re:Militia, then vs now (Score 1) 1581

by l0ungeb0y (#46768959) Attached to: Retired SCOTUS Justice Wants To 'Fix' the Second Amendment

When the constitution was ratified, the militia was the only defense that the United States had, and all able bodied men were expected to be ready to serve.

First off, the Constitutional Army was created by the Revolutionary Congress to be an OFFENSIVE force against the British Army who they were in TREASONOUS REBELLION against.

Secondly, the Constitutional Army was a Government run Military, supplemented by local militias but in itself, not a people's militia

Thirdly, the 2nd Amendment of the Constitution was passed in 1791, well after the Revolutionary War and has nothing to do with the Constitutional Army or the offensive actions taken against the British.

Fourthly, the 2nd Amendment states "... being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms" implies that this right was granted to the people to SECURE THEIR FREEDOM. Part of the security of freedom is to be secure against the tyranny of their own government.

And finally, if your stance was adopted, we must logically make all Law Enforcement and Gun Carrying Services Militias against an unarmed civil population, turning us into a MARTIAL POLICE STATE in every sense of the word.

So yeah -- you have a very unpopular opinion and I hope to god we the people get to rise our guns against people like you, in order to preserve or freedoms if you try to pull that shit.
 

Comment: It's California Law that is the problem (Score 4, Informative) 1112

by l0ungeb0y (#46697753) Attached to: Mozilla CEO Firestorm Likely Violated California Law

This all started with the LA Times obtaining a list of all donors to Prop 8 and publishing it's contents as a searchable online database.
http://hotair.com/archives/2014/04/03/how-did-people-find-out-that-mozillas-ceo-donated-to-support-prop-8/

The law that requires that all political donors who donate more than $100 may be divulged is the issue here. So it would seem that if you want to donate and NOT face repercussions for having an unpopular opinion, then you should never ever donate more than $99 to any California Ballot Measure or Political Initiative based in California.

In this case, it appears that CA law regarding disclosure of political contributions has come head to head with CA Labor Code. And considering SCOTUS' recent decision to consider monetary campaign contributions as free speech, it also would potentially have Constitutional ramifications (not for Mozilla, but for the State of California disclosure policy) So in this case, there is likely fuck-all Eich can do about it unless he wants to make a major stink about it in Federal Courts, at his own expense and with no possibility of personal gain.

Comment: An Alternative Law (Score 5, Insightful) 650

by l0ungeb0y (#46681207) Attached to: Should Microsoft Be Required To Extend Support For Windows XP?

Personally, I think they are going about this the wrong way. The Gov't should be sending Death Squads to kill all members of any household still running XP, or running any version of IE less than 10. Brutal? Maybe. But, boy will it do wonders for the social lives of us Web Developers.

Comment: Bose QuakeGaurd® (Score 2) 101

by l0ungeb0y (#46634137) Attached to: How a 'Seismic Cloak' Could Slow Down an Earthquake

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Comment: Habaneros are "ludicrously" hot? (Score 1) 285

by l0ungeb0y (#46579847) Attached to: I prefer my peppers ...

C'mon. Standard grocery store habaneros are hot, but by no means "ludicrous". Just be careful with how much you use in a dish. They add a nice sweetness and flourish of color to your food. Personally, I would have reserved the term "ludicrous" for peppers over 500,000... at that range, they have little use aside from macho named sauces or use as an anti-personal weapon.

Comment: New Verticle from Y Combinator: Techie Labor Camp (Score 1) 107

by l0ungeb0y (#46552105) Attached to: Startup Employees As an Organized Labor Group

Are you a recent college grad or seasoned tech worker looking to make mega-bucks working for the NEXT BIG STARTUP? Then send your Github and LinkedIn profiles to http://laborcamp.ycombinator.com. Each year we will select 1,000 of the best and brightest applicants to live and work 24/7 under armed guard for 90 days at our Redwood City coding for our incubator startups in exchange for a few shares of stock!

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