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Comment Re: Sounds like a brilliant plan. (Score 1) 51

It doesn't happen often with planes and helicopters because they are meticulously and rigorously maintained and inspected, worked on by highly qualified mechanics who are also rigorously inspected, and flown by people who undertake years of training before they are allowed to professionally transport passengers.

Comment Re:If they're smart... (Score 1) 206

That's not him, but all the FUD created by medias

I'm getting sick of hearing this B.S.
The effect Trump's casual comments on the on the stock market - on at least two occasions that I can name (Cancel Air Force1, Dec. 6th; Dollar too strong comment, Jan. 16th) are measurable and are matters of public record, as are many other troubling statements and contradictions by the man.

What are we to do, pretend that we don't see what we see?

Submission + - New state bill wants to put porn blocks on new computers (zdnet.com) 1

An anonymous reader writes: People buying new computers and devices in South Carolina would be blocked from accessing porn under a newly proposed law.

A bill, pre-filed earlier this month by state lawmaker Bill Chumley, is called the Human Trafficking Prevention Act, and would require computer and sellers and makers to install filters that would prevent users from accessing porn and other sexual material.

The aim is to prevent access to sites that facilitate prostitution and trafficking, Chumley told a local newspaper this weekend, which the state has struggled to curtail in recent years.

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