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  • Jun 5th, 2017 @ 10:28pm

    Socialist Politicians are completely dumb! (Yes, the UK Conservatives are Socialists) (as Steve Day)

    "We cannot allow this ideology the safe space it needs to breed"

    I guess she fails to see the obvious that's glaring at her right in the face ... The Whole of Europe is a Safe-Space for Islam to breed!
  • Oct 2nd, 2016 @ 12:22pm

    TechDirt must be pro-Hillary (as Steve Day)

    I tested the claims made against Google myself, as I don't take people's words at face value. I found that the "conspiracy" was a fact and Google was suppressing "bad" terms (ie: her crimes, pay-to-play, clinton foundation corruption, etc. etc.) for Clinton in the autocomplete bar.

    This story claiming Google's proven actions to be just lies is complete BS. Obviously someone behind TechDirt is part of the whole "Get crooked Clinton into the Whitehouse and have our cash-for-favors tokens cashed in".
  • May 2nd, 2016 @ 8:59am

    Re: Trade Craft = Espionage

    That's exactly what I scrolled down to comment on myself.

    If they refer to their techniques as "trade craft" then they consider themselves as spies spying on the American people.

    ...And they wonder why people are evolving an "Us vs Them" regard to Federal agencies. It's not so much that the people are developing those feelings all by themselves, but rather the people are adopting the sentiments that the Federal agencies project against the people.
  • Apr 6th, 2016 @ 3:15pm

    The Whore of Babylon...

    Considering the crimes committed by the Clintons and the number of unusual deaths that have surrounded them, you can bet that Hillary is using such tactics.
  • Mar 20th, 2016 @ 8:14pm

    Devices aren't responsible ... Until they are?? huh?

    "As surprised as we were to learn it was an iPhone that killed 14 people in San Bernardino, rather than the attackers ..."

    So you aren't blaming the tools used by people ("the attackers") to kill other people?

    "... and the weapons they wielded"

    Oh, then you are blaming tools used by people to kill other people. - Wait a minute, I'm confused.

    No matter what type of tool is used in the commission of crime, ultimately it was a person making wilful decisions and controlling those devices. It is completely illogical to try and blame the crime on an inanimate object(s) - whether the object was a smartphone, a crowbar or a gun - The sole responsibility lies with the one capable of thought.
  • Mar 20th, 2016 @ 12:55am

    (untitled comment)

    Can't they learn to fly the drones looking for pot-farms and cartel leaders down in Mexico? ... That should really count as actual "combat" experience - considering how there is a "war in drugs"!
  • Feb 29th, 2016 @ 7:13pm

    Too expensive

    So, $600 for the headset, another $1500 for a PC able to drive the headset. That's $2100 in hardware alone!! Not many people have that kind of cash to drop on a 1st Gen toy, especially those of us who have mortgages, school debts, and kids (admittedly the furry kind) to feed.

    But hang on, you said it could to VR Porn?!??

    ...I'M SOLD!
  • Aug 23rd, 2014 @ 12:27am

    (untitled comment)

    I'm confused as to what "close-quarter-battle receivers for their M4 carbine rifles" means.

    An M4 receiver is like the chassis of a generic car. You can build something completely different looking on top of it, but the receiver stays the same.

    There is no such thing as a CQB receiver - maybe he meant that the St.Louis mall-ninja have short-barreled-rifles ?? (aka: an "SBR").

    SBR's are defined as a rifle equipped with a barrel under 16inches or an overall rifle length of under 26inches... under the NFA they are illegal to own without ATF approval - which costs $200 and months to process (currently around 9 months) background checks. Cops of course get special treatment with the ATF and don't have to pay $200 (just $1) or wait 9 months.

    Fully-automatic (machine guns - or true "assault rifles") are being sent to some PD's via the 1033 program. From what I gather these models are post-1986 models and completely illegal for the average Joe to own... If it was made before 1986 you can apply to own one - that's if you can afford it, since they cost upwards of $15k. I don't know how post-1986 machine-guns are being transferred, since they are not supposed to be owned by anyone except for the military, licensed gun dealers or licensed gunsmiths. Apparently some Democrat Senator also managed to get a post-1986 machine-gun transferred to him by the ATF, which is completely illegal.
  • Aug 23rd, 2014 @ 12:07am

    Re: Total BS

    Marines don't wear knee or elbow pads - you'really thinking of USSOCOM operators like the Navy Seals or Delta Force (which is exactly what these mall-ninja cops believe they are).

    Neither do they have drop-leg holsters or carry stun-grenades (flash-bangs) ... those are also special forces things.

    They certainly don't fill their magazines with expanding hollow-point ammunition like police.
  • Aug 6th, 2014 @ 2:25pm

    (untitled comment) (as Steve Day)

    I can see two arguments to this:

    1) The camera owner set the stage for the photo to be possible.. he charged the battery and inserted it, along with a memory card, into the camera - technically he could argue that "assembling" those into a working camera was the equivalent of pushing a button... The same concept as setting a timer.

    2) He did not purposefully push the button to take the photo - so anything captured at all that was not a direct and deliberate act is also in the public domain. Ie: security camera footage; photography/video equipment with any kind of automatic recording; recording equipment being left on accidentally; etc. ...All of those would be in the public domain too, since the photographer/videographer did not "push the button" to create the work.

    It could be argued that taking a photo of something is stealing from the public domain - unless the photographer is in a studio with completely artificial lighting that he setup himself - since the photographer did not create the sun or the rays of light emitted by it (which went on to be reflected off of the objects that he is imaging). In essence, the light from the sun is public-domain that no photographer can own.
  • Aug 5th, 2014 @ 2:10pm

    Quit pro quo

    Let's just hope that Officer Worden meets an equally bad person and they do us all a favor ... by terminating their existence on this planet.
  • Jul 29th, 2014 @ 10:51pm

    Nervous System Damage... (as Steve Day)

    Under severe stress the immune system can become compromised, so can the adrenal glands. It can take years to recover.
  • Mar 11th, 2014 @ 11:57pm

    If it's encrypted it can be decrypted... (as Steve D.)

    Even if data between Google servers is encrypted, at some point it has to be decrypted...

    We know the NSA is not above gaining secret physical access to computers - so they would simply copy the operating system drive from a server, take it back to base and debug it to find the decryption key/protocol.

    From there on it's just a matter of them running all of Google's network data their copy of the decrypter routine before storing/processing it.
  • Mar 5th, 2014 @ 2:27am

    I looked him up... (as Steve D.)

    As I suspected, the guy is an utter piece of shit...

    He murdered his girlfriend by slitting her throat open.

    He claimed in court that he was not bound by US law and only recognized Sharia law.

    He called himself the "American Taliban".

    ...and threatened the jury with "jihad" if they found him guilty!

    Yep. He's exactly the kind of scum that the SCOTUS should be entertaining while they turn away important cases that they want to avoid ruling on.
  • Mar 5th, 2014 @ 1:23am

    (untitled comment) (as Steve D.)

    Of course they'll be happy to see a Muslim felon - though cases regarding infringements of the US Constitution are being turned away on a weekly basis.

    That's political correctness for you!
    (Especially under Obama, where the establishment has been ordered to bend over backwards to appease Islamists).
  • Mar 4th, 2014 @ 8:09pm

    Lookout Disney - I'm coming for ya! (as Steve Day)

    This stupid ruling means that I can immediately prevent Disney from showing or selling "Star Wars Episode I"... You see, back in 1997, I was a background actor in the movie and being a lifelong star Wars fan I felt very betrayed/disappointed when the final movie was released.

    So thanks to this knob-of-a-judge, precedence has been set making it legally possible for me to give Jar-Jar Binks a good beating with a gavel. Yay!
  • Mar 1st, 2014 @ 7:17pm

    NJ = Nazi Jersey

    Well NJ dresses their police officers in Nazi uniforms, so it's no surprise they act like them too.
  • Feb 23rd, 2014 @ 8:44pm

    If he was black...

    If he had been black it would be getting a hell of a lot more press. The race-baiters called Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton would be on every news channel there is. Even the racist gun-runner Eric (With)Holder might be threatening to look into pressing federal charges. The Destroyer In Chief would likely be shedding more crocodile tears in the rose garden, telling stories of how white people hate blacks that play video games.

    Instead, the innocent victim happened to be white, so nothing can be gained politically from the shit-stirrers and the media couldn't care less.

    At what point will something be done about police militarization? I heard one the other day refer to other cops as "the troops".

    Will people take notice when a kindergarten is raided with flashbangs and tear-gas? ("I caught a whiff of a foul smell down wind... my dog gave the appropriate sign I ordered it to... we thought it was a meth-lab and that the GI Joe dolls were heavily armed militia members")

    The fact is, when your own colleagues are the ones who investigate the fatal abuses of power, then you can be certain they'll cover your back. You'll even get to retire early on a comfy disability pension - you know, because of all the stress you endured after killing an unarmed innocent person.

    When will those with their hands on the purse strings finally say "enough is enough"?

    If Ruby Ridge or Waco is anything to go by then they never will reign in "the troops".
  • Jan 31st, 2014 @ 4:51pm

    Response to: krolork on Jan 30th, 2014 @ 9:23pm

    Many people agree with you - which is why so many in government are trying hard to remove the "tools of revolution" from the hands of the populace and stocking up on billions of rounds of hollow-points themselves.
  • Oct 5th, 2013 @ 5:08pm

    Response to: Anonymous Coward on Oct 4th, 2013 @ 4:01pm

    That was exactly my thought!

    The US Navy developed TOR for their agents to secretly communicate.

    Anything the NSA wants to know about TOR can be answered by them... though one government department talking with another government department is just too easy and doesn't waste enough public funds.

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