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Comment: Politics and science do not mix (Score 1) 220

by snmpkid (#31105344) Attached to: Bark Beetles Hate Rush Limbaugh and Heavy Metal

Obviously the "Scientists" wanted to get into the news with their little science lab project which had not much science involved with it.

Now these are the clowns getting money for research rather than manned spaceflight and the ignorant left are following right along because it is the era of Jon Stewart political thought. Make people laugh, ridicule the other side and they wont notice that our liberties are more in danger from the left than when the right was in charge. At least when the republicans were running things we had a news media that would take them to task for the decisions they made.

Instead of asking the present administration why they advocate warrantless location finding with gps enabled phones the cronies in the press are asking the administration what they think about some ignorant woman writing notes on her palm or why the president took 3 months longer deliberating on what kind of dog than his decision to provide more corporate welfare than any president before him.

Slashdotters should think more critically than this

+ - EMail Encryption

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+ - Oracle Changes Solaris Licence Terms

Submitted by Crinoid
Crinoid (154462) writes "

A support contract covering Solaris is required to access, download, install and use all Solaris Software Updates. This applies to all Solaris releases, including Solaris 8, 9, and 10.

Please remember, your right to use Solaris acquired as a download is limited to a trial of 90 days, unless you acquire a service contract for the downloaded Software."

Exceptions prove the rule, and wreck the budget. -- Miller