Do you have curtains, shades or blinds on your windows at home? Of course you do, because you value your privacy.
Do you leave your snail mail out on the porch for your neighbors to look through? Of course you don't, because some things you do, and some purchases you make, aren't anyone's business but your own, and you value your privacy.
Do you post your SSN, and all of your email addresses and phone numbers online? Of course not, because you value your privacy. Would you let your mother post her own info online? Of course not, because she values her privacy.
Inauguration Day. Such lofty goals. Such high hopes. Turns out that every new President is just like his successor, morally corrupt and willing to compromise American values - not to mention the Constitution - at the drop of a hat. Sad.
WTF is the purpose of auto-looping, other than to increase the "loop count" so prominently displayed on the video? Even the pause button provides only temporary respite (or maybe it restarted in response to some keyboard command). Also, why does the thing have to be so very large? Where am I, CNN?
Because the domain registration has expired: lookup failed avelimo.com Could not find an IP address for this domain name. Creation Date: 17-nov-2011 Expiration Date: 17-nov-2014 Registrant Name: oscar castelblanco Registrant Organization: oec media group Registrant Street: 3 flower lane Registrant City: new york Registrant State/Province: New York Registrant Postal Code: 11542 Registrant Phone: +1.6467173352
Next, wtf is that URL? Probably malicious, certain to cause instant Cholera and arthritis in small children. Google results "About 4,690 results (0.52 seconds)" (first result) Avenue Limousine - About Our Company www.avelimo.com.php53-6.dfw1-1.websitetestlink.com/about.html (516) 674-6111 Member Login | Request a Quote | Create an Account | Site Map. Avenue Limousine. On Time, Every Time. We Guarantee It.
Finally, have they driven in NY NY? There is NO WAY you can guarantee drive times, so this man is clearly unstable.
Is that the burner phone is going to have a high degree of positional overlap with your personal phone, making it more difficult to deny ownership should authorities start looking at you (e.g. it was in the triangle of three cell towers from 8pm to 6am, the same triangle that your house is in and the same triangle that your own phone was in - then the burner and your phone both took the 7:15 train to Charlotte, then spent the next 4 hours next to each other in your office, etc.). One presumes that you could share burners with friends, but that has different complexities and outcomes of course.
Councilman Kirby Delauter is a crackhead Councilman Kirby Delauter is a liar Councilman Kirby Delauter is an idiot Councilman Kirby Delauter kills Beluga whales for sport Councilman Kirby Delauter hunts Belgians for sport Councilman Kirby Delauter kills Belgian Beluga whales Councilman Kirby Delauter is a moron Councilman Kirby Delauter wouldn't recognize a clue if it bit him. Councilman Kirby Delauter is an idiot. Councilman Kirby Delauter just got acquainted with the Streisand Effect. Councilman Kirby Delauter has bigger problems than my sentences coming up in The Google Machine for the next decade: The Delautering, lol.
I am an ID10T too, sometimes, but I make myself laugh.
Been following the law for a couple of months now and have talked to (but am not myself) lawyers. Short version - the law was poorly written/worded in the first place and domestic and international IT people have been telling them it was unworkable. Here is a good summary of this week's new information (normal caveats apply, check the source, etc.) http://eng.rkn.gov.ru/news/news29.htm (not my site, but their info matches up with what I'm getting from different sources.
I am really loving this serialized story. I think we need more of these at Techdirt. Will Hobie Industries pursue AAC for violating both the recommended passenger loading and the speed? Ohh, the excitement.
He could smell it while driving on the freeway? He could smell it with a frozen nose? Wow, he must be super cop. Wait, not super cop... what's the word? Oh yeah, super dishonest cop. Idiots like this cop make it difficult for the few honest cops out there.
When reading these wackadoodle stories I am led to believe the entrenched civilian bureaucracy at the federal agencies exist only to keep themselves employed. In practice this usually means making a couple of high-profile announcements per year at each agency so they have something to point to when the auditors come knocking.