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Comment: Re:this is one more reason (Score 3, Insightful) 135

by sycodon (#49157295) Attached to: Under US Pressure, PayPal Stops Working With Mega

OK, you are a fucking moron.

Anyone could do business with mega...Just show up with cash, or gold coins, or a couple of fucking sheep. Is that your position?

So what's on the list of "disapproved" businesses now?

Sex
Weapons
Ammunition
Whatever the fuck Mega does

Who's next?
Publications that won't print the party line?
Manufacturers who won't hire illegals?

With your stupid, cavalier attitude of "just use cash" (Have I called you a fucking moron yet?) you are enabling the Feds to pick and choose business to kill by merely whispering into the ear of financial services.

Comment: Bigger problem (Score 0) 388

by sycodon (#49150593) Attached to: Verizon Posts Message In Morse Code To Mock FCC's Net Neutrality Ruling

Google has to get special permission to come into a community and put down lines. Just the community. Comcast, AT&T, etc can't say squat about it.

Now, with these new rules, these jokers actually has a mechanism to inhibit Google through the FCC. the FCC will be able to 3place conditions on Google too.

Nice.

Comment: Re:Really need to post information about the act (Score 3, Interesting) 56

by sycodon (#49147357) Attached to: Patent Trolls On the Run But Not Vanquished Yet

My dad patented an oil field tool that relied on the magnetic properties of the drill pipe to perform its function.

Someone copied it and started selling it. My Dad sued.

During jury selection an officer of the Navy who specialized in detection and masking of submarines through magnetic means was dismissed from the pool by the defendants.

He knew too much about the key technology involved in the trial.

Comment: Re:Is that really a lot? (Score 1) 280

by sycodon (#49141505) Attached to: Drones Cost $28,000 Per Arrest, On Average

You are a "Ends justifies the means" guy.

And you are too stupid to understand how that usually ends up. All those people jumping the fence because the were running from people trying to kill them? They were trying to kill them because them being dead was a way to achieve their ends. An Aryan Nation or a Workers Paradise.

So in a way you are shitting all over their graves by citing their plight as a reason to ignore the rule of law.

Backed up the system lately?

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