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Comment Don't be bleeding out on my ground for no reason (Score 1) 392

I'd hate to see that happen but if you break into my house you probably should do it when I am not here for the sake of your own mortality.

Perhaps the number of laws being broken by this whole black bag show should finally be addressed.

If the "law" pathologically disregards the law then why the hell should anyone else give a rats ass about the law?

Personally, I don't think anything I do is worthy of anyone time to snoop but who knows maybe spying on my search for a good place to take a vacation will save somebody else some time.

Blanket surveillance through global system compromise is a bunch of BS anyway since there is a high degree of probability that those who want to hack the surveillers using their own tactics.

The reason that we have locks is because thieves actually steal stuff. Increasingly we are having trouble distinguishing the good criminals from the bad.

Comment I have the same issue. (Score 1) 464

While I do like the progressives for driving because they give me good dash focus again I found the same issue you at my 8 foot wide 2 host desktop. Fortunately for me the solution is simple as I am near-sighted and I can/do continue to work without glasses. The aperture of progressive lenses does cause a much more pronounced physical movement track to be required and for me that was very noticeable and very annoying. The non-progressive bifocals had a much wider horizontal aperture.

Comment Downloaded way too much bongwater already (Score 1) 294

This will backfire like a well fed big dog that hasn't been out all day. If you railroad people to use your broken, half-baked, unreliable networks and render our highly reliable self-contained devices that we pay for inoperative, well what is to stop us from promoting our machines to be APs with your MAC, your AP name and a big path to nowhere while we drink Long Island Iced Tea in your bar and surf 4G on our Note 4? Go ahead, block my phone too. Maybe you want to call your bankruptcy attorney to discuss your business model first. I was in a Sheraton last week that could not come up up with 2.5M down or get above 80Kbps up on $10 a day "10Mbps premium" service. I took the laptop out in the hall and wandered around too. The pipe was fried everywhere. If my MiFi AP had been blocked and my ability to work affected as a result the whole chain would have earned red-tag status on the extended stay far away plan. Some people just don't think things through.

Comment DNS zone seeds, Tor resolver, IPv6 tunnel funnels. (Score 1) 388

The "I will remove your phone number from the phone book on the payphone at the end of the block and you will then cease to exist" mentality is truly laughable. I would say these fools need better experts but hey, who am to judge the comedy value of the overfunded clueless people of the world? The problem with MPSonyAA is while they may have more money, other people will always have more brains. Resistance is futile and greed is pointless.

Comment Block Jamie Dimon at the door and save BILLION$ (Score 1) 1

Seriously, $24 million? What fraction of the total scam volume is that? I would bet it is far less than 1%. Actually look at the criminal conduct of Jamie Dimon and his clan and you could probably prevent $24 million dollars an hour in fraud, theft and abuse. Blaming Tor for incompetence is pretty ridiculous.

Too big to jail is guaranteed to fail.

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