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Comment: Re:Yes, but the real problem is being ignored. (Score 1) 461

by the_Bionic_lemming (#48374523) Attached to: Washington Dancers Sue To Prevent Identity Disclosure

If someone avails themselves of a strip club and uses it foolishly (ie - drinking and driving) then the strip club (and everyone there) are the gun that kills innocent people.

take away the strip club (i.e. band the gun) then the strip club can't kill.

So yes, you cannot support any gun laws with your current argument.

Comment: Please, Please, Please (Score 5, Insightful) 265

by the_Bionic_lemming (#48357099) Attached to: Worrying Aspects of Linux Gaming

Please move to gaming. It's the final blockade to me switching all the family and friends to Linux.

The old people were happy getting away from win 8 and back to a desktop that works, but the younger ones still can't accept Ubuntu.

Linux can and will in my opinion finally crush the other two os's - they are both fixated on the walled garden with "apps" to feed them.

Save us Linux, you are our only hope //the holograph figure turns and sees something, then fiddles with the holograph controls//

Comment: Re:Yes, but the real problem is being ignored. (Score 1) 461

by the_Bionic_lemming (#48356971) Attached to: Washington Dancers Sue To Prevent Identity Disclosure

Bars here have to close at 1 am. Strip clubs allow the drunk bar folks to keep drinking past that time - which is why she died.

He went from a bar to a strip club and kept on chugging. If he wouldn't of been able to keep on drinking in public after 1 am - then he would not of been in a position to kill her.

Going back to the gun analogy - if busy bodies need to use the freedom of information act to name and shame - then all of us should step up and protect the ones that are being shamed. Unfortunately, there are too many shitheads that are partial to who they will protect and who they will not.

Comment: Re:Yes, but the real problem is being ignored. (Score 0) 461

by the_Bionic_lemming (#48348515) Attached to: Washington Dancers Sue To Prevent Identity Disclosure

I just realized that I should of posted the actual damage strip clubs do instead of doing a tit for tat.

http://southtownstar.chicagotr...

That's the guy that got extremely drunk at a strip club and killed an innocent friend. I realize you might of looked at my earlier post and were just being facetious in your reply.

If the government supports turning over FOID registrations to people who ask, and you don't fight them, then you shouldn't support fighting for the privacy of other folks that for that same privacy.

Martin NiemÃller had a really good point to make about atrocities.

First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak outâ"
        Because I was not a Socialist.

        Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak outâ"
        Because I was not a Trade Unionist.

        Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak outâ"
        Because I was not a Jew.

        Then they came for meâ"and there was no one left to speak for me.

They've come after law abiding folks who registered to own a weapon. When did you fight back?

Comment: Re:Yes, but the real problem is being ignored. (Score 1) 461

by the_Bionic_lemming (#48348423) Attached to: Washington Dancers Sue To Prevent Identity Disclosure

I don't even know where you live, but you are terrified of me.

Rest easy, I have watched my firearms, they sit where they are left and have not grown legs and moved yet.

BTW - nice dodge, I drive a jeep.

P.s. In neighborhoods where there are nude dancers, there are usually low lifes that frequent them. A friend of mine was killed by one actually.

http://southtownstar.chicagotr...

He was highly drunk and smashed into her small car with a heavy pickup truck.

Comment: Re:Yes, but the real problem is being ignored. (Score 2) 461

by the_Bionic_lemming (#48348341) Attached to: Washington Dancers Sue To Prevent Identity Disclosure

Let's strip the nudity from the equation. (I know, not punny)

A newspaper files under the act to get all publicly licensed dancers information them posts an aggregation of it.

A newspaper files under the act to get all publicly licensed FOID information them posts an aggregation of it.

In the former, there could be people hurt by sex stalkers and such, In the latter there could be people hurt by felons targeting the homes to steal the weapons that might be there.

Does that sway or change your opinion in either course?

Comment: Re:Monster EF5? (Score 1) 61

by the_Bionic_lemming (#48343655) Attached to: Researchers Simulate Monster EF5 Tornado

It's called the F5 -

From what I can gather, somewhere along the line they had to "enhance" the F ratings to get more f4's and ef 5's.

The F scale rates a tornado from F0 all the way to F5 with a F5 tornado having the fastest wind speeds and causing the most damage.

An F0 Tornado

        * Have wind speeds between 40-72 mph
        * Causes light damage.
        * Branches breaks off of trees and pushes over smaller trees.

An F1 Tornado

        * Have wind speeds between 73-112 mph
        * Causes moderate damage.
        * Tiles breaks off of roofs. Cars and trailers gets pushed

An F2 Tornado

        * Have wind speeds between 113-157 mph
        * Causes considerable damage.
        * Roofs gets torned off. Big trees get toppled. Mobile homes are destroyed. Heavy cars are lifted and thrown.

An F3 Tornado

        * Have wind speeds between 158â"206 mph
        * Causes Severe Damage.
        * Roofs torned off even on the most well constructed structures. Trains are overturned.

An F4 Tornado

        * Have wind speeds between 207-260 mph
        * Causes Catostrophic Damage
        * Well constructed structures are leveled. Structures with weak foundations are blown away.

An F5 Tornado

        * Have wind speeds between 261â"318 mph
        * Causes Total Damage
        * Few if any structures are left standing. Cars become missles flying in the air.

Comment: Re:News For Nerds? (Score 1) 401

by the_Bionic_lemming (#48313879) Attached to: US Midterm Elections Discussion

And yet it's still open, and nobody cares. This was the "Plan", "Change" we can believe in....

He's almost done with his eight years and leaves behind a legacy of a dead economy, a third of all americans on welfare, expansion of the very things he argued against (like wiretapping) and most of all - wait, before I say it, I have to resurrect a favorite quote..

The fact that we are here today to debate raising America's debt limit is a sign of leadership failure. It is a sign that the US Government can not pay its own bills. It is a sign that we now depend on ongoing financial assistance from foreign countries to finance our Government's reckless fiscal policies. Increasing America's debt weakens us domestically and internationally. Leadership means that "the buck stops here." Instead, Washington is shifting the burden of bad choices today onto the backs of our children and grandchildren. America has a debt problem and a failure of leadership. Americans deserve better

Guess who made the above quote, and guess who signed into being a raise in the debt ceiling in February of this year...

Like I said - no one cares.

Comment: Re:News For Nerds? (Score 2) 401

by the_Bionic_lemming (#48298995) Attached to: US Midterm Elections Discussion

Don't have a citation, but I have prior art.

obama closed Gitmo on January 22, 2009 by executive order directing it be done within 1 year.

http://www.cnn.com/2013/09/09/...

I can see obama doing the same for immigrants. He knows he can't do anything but sign a useless piece of paper that the media will triumphantly laud him and the democrats for, and then be curiously silent on how it had absolutely no effect at all.

It keeps the uniformed voting for the democrats, and it feeds the infotainment that's making Limbaugh Millions of dollars.

Hackers of the world, unite!

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