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3. Bill Clinton's meeting with Loretta Lynch, while presented as 'secret', was intentional, and intentionally leaked.

I agree it was intentional - my theory is that Bill already knew the FBI findings and he went on that plane knowing it would look bad in order to force everyone to get the findings out before the democratic convention.

"Damnit! Now we have to present the findings ASAP!"

Yep. tee hee hee

Comment The facts are just wrong (Score 1) 457

What we do know is that last week the FBI contracted Israeli software provider, Cellebrite, to help break into the phone.

No, we do not know that. The contract was for software licensing renewal on a handful of servers. If you READ the contract, that's what it effing says. Just click the link for christ's sake.

Comment Re:Progressive Fix 101 (Score 1) 622

Eliminate the SUV loophole and the big bloated turds would be gone quickly.

Hmm, not exactly. If you look at the current Jeep lineup they are happy to put underpowered 4-cylinder engines into the low end of the line for each vehicle. Since they really suck to drive with the 4-cylinder it must be their way of getting to that fleet average mark.

Submission + - Raymond Chen authored the Windows 3.1 Ctrl+Alt+Del Screen 1

rfernand79 writes: Raymond Chen has posted a rather amusing clarification as to the provenance of the Windows 3.1 Ctrl+alt+Del Screen. The screen was not authored by Steve Ballmer, as reported by various sites. It was authored by Raymond Chen. Amusingly, his original post was misrepresented in amusing ways, in a variety of news outlets.

+1 for the echo chamber.

Comment Document the requests (Score 2) 221

Keep a written record each time something unreasonable is requested.

After a few months (6?) show the documentation to the manager of whomever is making the requests.

Then crack open a beer and wait for your new middle manager to arrive.

Political or not, software project or not, someone in the management chain isn't doing their fucking job and you should not simply accept that.

Comment Risk Plan? (Score 1) 273

Yeah, it's a cute story but I wouldn't trust them with my backup data.

These people didn't have a risk plan for their business that included hard drive shortages?

Their product isn't worth $10/mo ? (raising price)

Can you imagine an airline that doesn't factor in changes in fuel prices? Or a farm that doesn't have a plan for drought?

Bone for tuna!

Comment Re:Unmanageable (Score 1) 487

"Rock stars" - we called them divas in my company - are notoriously unmanageable

Smart people don't want to be managed by C-minus business majors.

Even worse would be managed by even an A-plus History/English/Psychology major.

Of which, corporate america is currently rife with.

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