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Comment: Re:This is the voice of world control. (Score 1) 68

by morgauxo (#48450937) Attached to: Nuclear Weapons Create Their Own Security Codes With Radiation

Even if the silo completely contained the blast and all fallout (unlikely) doing this would be a HUGE statement. If someone could cause the warheads to go off in the silo what else can they do? Can they launch the missiles? Can they target them? What if they took sides, they could destroy all of one side's warheads giving the other side complete power.

This would definitely get someone's attention.

Comment: Re:Gay Sex! Agenda 21. (Score 1) 146

by morgauxo (#48448569) Attached to: How the World's Agricultural Boom Has Changed CO2 Cycles

I've lived in a neighborhood where there were many women that made more babies with more fathers specifically to get more benefits. I have no doubt that eliminating welfare WOULD decrease the birthrate.

However... I agree, people aren't going to just stop making babies just because the money tap is turned off. There may be fewer but there would still be many. Those children would suffer greatly and it's not their fault their parents made bad decisions.

So... that's how the real world works liberal and conservative kiddies. There are NO easy answers and your ideologies are all bullshit!

Comment: Re:Global warming is bunk anyway. (Score 1) 331

Ahh, I wish it were that simple. I could just sit myself and my family down to a marathon of Fox News. Then we would be magically wisked into a universe where us and our descendants will never have to deal with climate change.

Screw you guys! I'm going to the Right Dimension!

Comment: Re:Nope... Nailed It (Score 1) 183

by morgauxo (#48435669) Attached to: It's Not Developers Slowing Things Down, It's the Process

Vague specs are bad. But.. there is little I hate more than when they go the other route and try to fill in all the techical details. I've received a lot of specs that already included things like database schema complete with really bad table implementations and duplicated data all over the place.

Comment: Re:Ads (Score 3, Insightful) 291

by morgauxo (#48434785) Attached to: Google Launches Service To Replace Web Ads With Subscriptions

I've done that a few times but always end up uninstalling it. There are too many sites I visit regularly where the ads aren't that obtrusive and the revenu from them is the only compensation the authors are getting for entertaiing me. And, there aren't that may sites I go to anymore where the ads are so bad that I feel I just HAVE to block them. I haven't seen any pop overs or unders or endless spawning popups in a long time. Or.. maybe the browsers are just smart enough to block that crap on their own.

Although... those damn videos that suddenly pop up out of nowhere and ambush you as you scroll... those have me coming close to blocking again!

It's too bad though, it's usually big corps that do evil stuff that makes blocking worthwile and individuals just trying to support themselves while doing what they love that have the reasonable ads.

Little known fact about Middle Earth: The Hobbits had a very sophisticated computer network! It was a Tolkien Ring...

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