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Comment: Re:AZ isn't anti-immigrant (Score 5, Insightful) 835

by xantonin (#36549874) Attached to: LulzSec Posts First Secret Document Dump

"A law enforcement official or agency of this state or a county, city, town or other political subdivision of this state may not solely consider race, color or national origin in implementing the requirements of this subsection except to the extent permitted by the united states or arizona constitution"

Page 1, lines 30-34.

Do you really think in a state where brown skin is the majority that cops will waste their time bugging everyone who is brown skinned? We in AZ are aware there are a lot of legal Hispanics here, don't insult us with your assumptions.

Comment: Re:Read first, judge after (Score 0) 835

by xantonin (#36549858) Attached to: LulzSec Posts First Secret Document Dump

Thanks for the link. I found this:

Page 1, 30-34

A law enforcement official or agency of this state or a county, city, town or other political subdivision of this state may not solely consider race, color or national origin in implementing the requirements of this subsection except to the extent permitted by the united states or arizona constitution

How is that racist?

Comment: Re:Who knew? (Score 1) 835

by xantonin (#36549394) Attached to: LulzSec Posts First Secret Document Dump

Anti-illegal immigrant indeed and I have no problems with that.

you do realize the US is dependent upon illegal immigration to fill low paying jobs like picking fruit, landscaping, and general cheap day labour?

You do realize the US has a high unemployment rate and a LOT of Americans would actually be happy to get any job at all? You do ALSO realize those people you claim we "depend" on don't pay taxes to do those cheap jobs? In fact, your taxes go to most of them who go on welfare and other government benefits, but they don't contribute shit.

+ - Comcast Abandons Charity After Critical Tweet->

Submitted by ShaunC
ShaunC (203807) writes "Comcast today withdrew a charitable commitment after one of the charity's Twitter messages criticized the cable giant's recent hire of the former FCC commissioner. Said a Comcast VP, "I cannot in good conscience continue to provide you with funding." Comcast has since attempted to backpedal, saying "we sincerely apologize for the unauthorized action of our employee.""
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+ - Sony PSN hack preceded by 200 Sony layoffs.->

Submitted by Channard
Channard (693317) writes "As noted by Sony scene website PSX-Scene, the recent Playstation Network security breaches were preceded by layoffs of over 200 staff in Sony's Sony Online Entertainment subdivision. While that's not to say for certain the hack was an inside job, the website notes...

'Like all layoffs that are hard to swallow, this case was a big one, one 1/3 of the staff that worked in the ONLINE division, in all over 200 employees were given their sad "pink slip" 2 week notice, which means they had to work right up until the very dates that Sony had to shutdown the PSN network!

Even though some of these employees were in working in remote offices, they could have easy had whitelisted server access to the San Diego HQ to do their daily work, it just seems very strange that suddenly both networks go down after a massive layoff of KEY ONLINE SONY EMPLOYEES when they have to work knowing it is their last days on the job being a lowly paid slave to an evil corporation.'


It may just be co-incidence, but can you think of a better way to screw over a company that's just given you your notice?"

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Comment: Re:so... (Score 3, Insightful) 169

by xantonin (#35252042) Attached to: Chrome 10 Beta Boosts JavaScript Speed By 64%

Wait, a company says their thingy is 64% faster! Then other people test it and say no it's not... then the company says "You have to test it OUR way!" Is the next step that Google specifically engineers their code just to run the benchmarks themselves faster with no real improvement anywhere else? Sound familiar? (ATI/Nvidia)

You read that backwards. Chrome 10 made no difference over Chrome 9 in benchmarks, but ComputerWorld said it was 64% faster. Google stated that Chrome 10 was more optimized for real code, not benchmarks. Geez man, I didn't even RTFA. I got all that from the summary. Have we gotten so lazy we're not even reading summaries?

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