Jerry asks, "I wonder if there are any Progressive coalminers," in this week's episode. Full episode embedded at the link.
In the State of the Union address last night, President Obama vowed to institute measures to raise the minimum pay of all employees on federal contracts to $10.10/hr. News outlets rushed to a particular report by an outfit called "Demos" as evidence that there are people who would benefit from this act. Problem is, the report does not show that at all. Maybe there are federal contractors out there
Mann isn't a fraud, his observation an have been confirmed and refined, and you and Steyn are cowards incapable of facing the universe as it is. The only difference is at least Steyn is man enough to put his name to his libel.
How is Steyn a "coward" when he is standing up in court, rather than fleeing?
This journal has all that gluten that the gluten free people have been keeping from you.
Today's guest is Todd Barry and I finally figured out where to go for the code to embed these shows, so you don't have to go any farther than the link above. Interesting item, the boys walked out of an Everyman Espresso location in the East Village after waiting longer than they preferred. The company logo is remarkably similar to the 2004 Fifth
US Bureau of Prisons, if you can stick your guests on your tour bus fleet for months on end, can't you at least deliver their mail to the suite you are sending them to? Also, USPS why do your people charge twice as much for the same letter as your machines charge?
Better luck pissing on inalienable rights next time. Why not try banning the second amendment again. That'll make you feel better.
I like your wording better than the headline. She did indeed have that right all the time and the court forced the rest of the government to recognize that fact.
Baseline Rights: Travel and spare me the nonsense that anything other than walking is a privilege.
Even if the fridge-makers did test for all known vulnerabilities on the day the fridge was sold, that fridge is likely not ever getting a software update after that, and new exploits are discovered all the time...
It could be updated if it were connected to the internet, but that is where the problem begins in this example.
According to Dan Goodin (Arstechnica), who wrote "Is your refrigerator really part of a massive spam-sending botnet?", there are all sorts of problems with Proofpoint's statement. The last paragraph sums it up pretty well:
"Knight said he would check to see if missing evidence—including a malware sample, documentation of a command-and-control server, and samples of the spam and phishing messages—are available for publication. Again, I'm open to the possibility the botnet reported by Proofpoint exists. But until these smoking guns are produced, I'm maintaining a healthy amount of skepticism."
That brings a whole new level of funny to this affair. What if the spammers were randomly inserting false info into the return path (or something) like "Maytag Model 360XYZ" or such?
The life of a repo man is always intense.