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Comment Re:I get to bust this one out again. (Score 1) 209

Pick up a helmet you plick ... it easy to say. If you want them to do everything safely in their business, they may as well wait to the fire goes out by it self. Its a high risk job, with shortcuts and quick decisions with some bravery. Mistakes might be made. You wont be making those mistakes, so you can be judgmental. Don't call them

Comment "It's not totally clear why that occurred" (Score 0) 327

Damned if he tells them, damned if he doesn't but it is pretty clear. The product is loosing it's "I gotta have it appeal" as well as the innovative lead as well as, wow that looks futuristic/different ... and they are doing nothing about it, partly because their spiritual leader has left down some laws that are hurting apple.

Comment As a devils advocate (Score 1, Informative) 835

When you have 50,000 raids a year ... you will get the ones that will swing wide off the mark. I am sure they will get the address wrong, a cat will fall on the officer's face as they break in and they will gun down a whole convent. The officers are shit scared that 12 year old is holding a fully automatic weapon as per it's God given right.

Comment Re:Turn the question around (Score 1) 201

NO ... don't turn the question around. That is standard misdirection. I can't believe all these geeks are jumping to defend Google against very reasonable questions by the government ... the very one they elect and represent them.

If the government is doing something wrong, that's another episode. On this occasion though, the questions are very well defined and should be clearly answered without .. oh look shiny !!!

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