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The U.S. Supreme Court will consider Friday whether to take up a lawsuit challenging President-elect Barack Obama 's U.S. citizenship, a continuation of a New Jersey case embraced by some opponents of Obama's ...

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“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

The internet

#180140 Nov 21, 2013
Dale wrote:
<quoted text>LMAO!!! You have made yourself a leper. Just who in their right mind would open anything you post.
Have a great day talking to yourself.
My guess is anyone with rudimentary computer knowledge will recognize Bleeping Computer as the most benevolent site on the net.

Anyone paying for antivirus is dumb.

They have free antivirus.(Malware Bytes) As good as almost anything you can buy.(which is the link I provided)

If you ever did screw up a PC... RKILL and Combo Fix will fix nearly anything software related.

You can find them both at the same site.

But by all means... dump 200 dollars on your local geeks.
Truth Detector

Louisville, KY

#180141 Nov 21, 2013
It is time for the revolution to begin!
The usurper has set the stage for it to begin and it is just a matter if time.
The ass-crack addiction is over.
Politicians and stupid people are to blame.
America Got Stupid and this is a cancer on the pResidency!

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#180142 Nov 21, 2013
Truth Detector wrote:
It is time for the revolution to begin!
The usurper has set the stage for it to begin and it is just a matter if time.
The ass-crack addiction is over.
Politicians and stupid people are to blame.
America Got Stupid and this is a cancer on the pResidency!
It is time to summon the boys in white smocks;
The birther nut has rolled the dice and the shackles are ready;
The birfoon insanity is ending;
Birther movement, the Hannitys, the Trumps, the Palins and O'Reilly' are to blame;
Birthers and tea partyers Got Stupid and this is the cancer on the Republican party.

Joke over, foul mouth, back to your mamma's basement, quickly, before the boys in white with nets catch you.
Waxman

Windsor, CT

#180143 Nov 21, 2013
Anyone know what Obama's lie is for next week?
Grand Birther

Painesville, OH

#180144 Nov 21, 2013
Truth Detector wrote:
It is time for the revolution to begin!
The usurper has set the stage for it to begin and it is just a matter if time.
The ass-crack addiction is over.
Politicians and stupid people are to blame.
America Got Stupid and this is a cancer on the pResidency!
Oh look, another conservative with violent fantasies. Shocking.

Kentucky Klown Kar, no one cares about birfoon rumblings. A WND columnist recently tried to start the 2nd American Revolution. He promised millions would march and run Oama out of office.

130 people showed up.

And everyone pointed and laughed at them again.
Grand Birther

Painesville, OH

#180145 Nov 21, 2013
Waxman wrote:
Anyone know what Obama's lie is for next week?
Oh look, Nostradumbass Waxman is on the birfoon forum.

Did you embarrass yourself off the other thread again, Wax?

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#180146 Nov 21, 2013
Scrutiny wrote:
<quoted text>
Assuming you meant me.
If you own a cell phone then Uncle Sam has been there done that.
Every text you have ever sent, every number you have ever dialed, every call you have ever received. Oh, and if your phone has GPS they know exactly where you go too. They have your pictures and know all of your contacts.
If you use a discount card at your favorite grocery store they know what you eat.
If you use credit cards they have all that intel as well.
Uncle Sam doesn't even really need to hack your PC. They have total access to your I.S.P. which also records everything you do from your connection.
I have never hacked a personal computer unless I was 100% convinced it needed to be done. And there ARE good reasons.
I'll never forget the time I met an SSG man while having a couple pints at a university watering hole, He thought he had engaged me in conversation wherein I would make an admission of some sort. I led him on mercilessly, and then at the punch line I just stopped, staring at him, coldly, persistently, memorizing his facial features. His boss, whose face I never saw, grabbed him by the scruff of the neck and marched him right out of the bar. Months later, after an article I wrote appeared in the university newspaper, exposing their inept escapade, a much more diplomatic silver haired gentleman, at the same establishment, explained to me that there really are some "bad guys" out there. Apparently they realized their goof - not an apology, but I accepted it.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#180147 Nov 21, 2013
American Lady wrote:
<quoted text>
What have I done but brought attention to YOU about what YOU were doing?
I've lived my life BY
Staying a
"step ahead of the hounds" ...
Are YOU one of those hounds ...
Sound kinda 'threatening' to ME!
~-~
BTW
Have a nice day.
Threatening? If ur a paranoid schizophrenic.
Scrutiny wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL.
I have been everywhere. And I leave my signature on every system I have ever broke into.
If anyone were ever going to catch me they would have done it long ago.
I follow the rules and I don't destroy unless they need destroying.
I will hand you a little piece of advice AL.
Never even imply a threat like that to someone like myself. Are you aware that topix isn't exactly Fort Knox? All someone would need is your IP, wouldn't exactly be rocket surgery.
Someone who likes you less than I do may just take the time to ruin your day, or week, or future. Just for the lulz.
I know of people who just screw with people. Maybe send you takeout every two hours round the clock for a month. Maybe sending you truckloads of "adult toys" or pallets of construction materials.
I know of people who can get mean. Take your credit card numbers, or your family pictures... and if you use your PC for work, well... use your imagination. Maybe use your bank account. Or remotely wipe your phone.
I know of people who are downright nasty... like downloading someones PC with a bunch of child pornography and calling the authorities.
I said what I said as a warning for over enthusiastic "patriots" who think they can attack a govt website from their living rooms and believe a proxy server will protect them. As those coordinating an attack WILL tell you.
To be completely honest... YOU were exactly who I was trying to keep from doing something real dumb.
You may not believe me, but I am fond of people here, including yourself. You have a fire inside, it makes you special. That same fire can help you make a poor decision that could hurt you more than you know.
Rule #7 ALWAYS be smarter than your target.
The federal govt can monumentally fuck up just about anything they lay their hands on. However, they are absolute experts at ruining peoples lives... and they have people smarter than I am seeking these attackers. If binary isn't your first language, you are in for a bad day.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#180148 Nov 21, 2013
Scrutiny wrote:
<quoted text>
My guess is anyone with rudimentary computer knowledge will recognize Bleeping Computer as the most benevolent site on the net.
Anyone paying for antivirus is dumb.
They have free antivirus.(Malware Bytes) As good as almost anything you can buy.(which is the link I provided)
If you ever did screw up a PC... RKILL and Combo Fix will fix nearly anything software related.
You can find them both at the same site.
But by all means... dump 200 dollars on your local geeks.
I pay for anti virus and anti-everything on my business computer. It's deductible. It's also ass covering so I can show I was not negligent. On the other hand, by following simple rules, my smart phone has never been infected, without any virus protection whatsoever.

Although, when I was once suing the feds, my Russian anti-malware software (which was immune to the FBI programs) caught an attack from DOJ, just before it died, but I was alerted and saved critical evidence to a USB drive. I printed the critical file at Kinkos and FedEx'd it to the Federal court the next day. They had egg on their faces.

Scrutiny wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL.
I have been everywhere. And I leave my signature on every system I have ever broke into.
If anyone were ever going to catch me they would have done it long ago.
I follow the rules and I don't destroy unless they need destroying.
I will hand you a little piece of advice AL.
Never even imply a threat like that to someone like myself. Are you aware that topix isn't exactly Fort Knox? All someone would need is your IP, wouldn't exactly be rocket surgery.
Someone who likes you less than I do may just take the time to ruin your day, or week, or future. Just for the lulz.
I know of people who just screw with people. Maybe send you takeout every two hours round the clock for a month. Maybe sending you truckloads of "adult toys" or pallets of construction materials.
I know of people who can get mean. Take your credit card numbers, or your family pictures... and if you use your PC for work, well... use your imagination. Maybe use your bank account. Or remotely wipe your phone.
I know of people who are downright nasty... like downloading someones PC with a bunch of child pornography and calling the authorities.
I said what I said as a warning for over enthusiastic "patriots" who think they can attack a govt website from their living rooms and believe a proxy server will protect them. As those coordinating an attack WILL tell you.
To be completely honest... YOU were exactly who I was trying to keep from doing something real dumb.
You may not believe me, but I am fond of people here, including yourself. You have a fire inside, it makes you special. That same fire can help you make a poor decision that could hurt you more than you know.
Rule #7 ALWAYS be smarter than your target.
The federal govt can monumentally fuck up just about anything they lay their hands on. However, they are absolute experts at ruining peoples lives... and they have people smarter than I am seeking these attackers. If binary isn't your first language, you are in for a bad day.
Dale

Wichita, KS

#180149 Nov 21, 2013
LMAO!!! The narcissistic liberals are talking to each other! I wonder who will throw the fist kiss!

Oh, don't pay an attention to me, I love watching this "freak show".
Obskeptic

Farmington, MI

#180150 Nov 21, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
I've always maintained that it would be well-nigh impossible to identify one single pro-middle class and/pro-poor legislation enacted by Republicans/conservatives. Living wage, end of child labour, 40 hr work week, some kinds of health benefits, sick and annual vacation, workmen's compensation, unemployment insurance, gender recognition , maternity leave, social security, civil rights, etc. ALL democrat and union-inspired. One important piece of legislation passed by Republicans : Emancipation declaration thanks to a great man, Abraham Lincoln who, today, would shun the Republican party like the plague, and whose aforementioned Emancipation Declaration really only took effect firstly under Eisenhower's last year in office (Little Rock, I believe) and totally with JFK and Dem successors.
I think you need to take a second look at JFK. He was not someone that the current democrat party would elevate to the highest office, or even allow any position of power in the party. For starters he was anti-communism and democrats today are essentially communists. He was for lowering taxes and bolstering private sector growth and profits, which no democrat supports today. He was not thrilled about the civil rights movement, as his own brother Bobby through the justice department was spying on MLK and considered him a rabble rouser. He believed in a strong military and would never have approved of the social engineering taking place today lead by democrats. He hated the unions and the democrats today are enslaved to that movement. He was most likely pro-life as it was one of his Supreme Court appointments that was one of the two dissenting votes on Roe v Wade, and believed most Americans would be repulsed at the thought of abortion as a form of population control. He also believed that America was truly a great nation and projected a strong national image of unique American excellence vs. the communist and other nations around the world. Something no current democrat would say or speak of, especially our current Liar in Chief.
JFK was nothing even close to what the democrats are today.
Frank

Spokane, WA

#180151 Nov 21, 2013
Democracynow org wrote:
<quoted text>
In 1913 our corrupt Congress enabled the Federal Reserve.
Pres. Nixon killed the gold standard.
Bill Clinton and all Newt Gingrich Republicans terminated Glass/Steagall.
Why are you blaming hard working Americans for wanting to be paid a living wage?
Hard working Americans deserve healthcare benefits and good pensions, and that should include our working poor and indigent Americans.
---------
Uniquely American
George W. Bush thinks one person working 3 jobs is fantastic
http://tinyurl.com/6yz8lw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =kIjo-dWE1JgXX
Someone should tell Obama.
Frank

Spokane, WA

#180152 Nov 21, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
No problem. It ranges from province to province, from approx.$10 to $12 and hour. Multinational Fast food outlets and Walmart-kind of stores have been raging against it for years and years now.
I remember when the minimum wage in Canada was 3.45 and I went up there and handed my United States twenty dollar bill to the clerk at the store and received 19.90 in change along with my purchase. Of course, I really didn't want 19.90 worth of Canadian money.
Frank

Spokane, WA

#180153 Nov 21, 2013
Grand Birther wrote:
WND columnist calls for "Second American Revolution." Says "millions" will show up and sweep Obama from office.
130 people show up.
L O L O L O L O L at birthers
It is easy to get pro Obama demonstrator to show up because they are all un-employed. he people that want Obama to resign are to busy working to show up for a protest.
Grand Birther

Painesville, OH

#180155 Nov 21, 2013
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>It is easy to get pro Obama demonstrator to show up because they are all un-employed. he people that want Obama to resign are to busy working to show up for a protest.
Whatever you need to tell yourself is fine by me, Fwank.

130 birthers march on Washington. Major LOLs ensue.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#180158 Nov 21, 2013
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>I remember when the minimum wage in Canada was 3.45 and I went up there and handed my United States twenty dollar bill to the clerk at the store and received 19.90 in change along with my purchase. Of course, I really didn't want 19.90 worth of Canadian money.
You keep making it up and immediately believing it. Did you go before 1965? In 1965, the minimum wage was $7.50 and hour. Check it out.

As to Canadian money, the rate in 1965, 48 years ago, was $1.07 Cdn to $1.00 U.S., practically same as it is today. You had a 7 cent premimum of our money. Of course, your saying that "I really didn't want 19.90 worth of Canadian money" only highlights your total ignorance of currencies as the Cdn dollar has always been, and to this day, totally and freely convertible.

Also, you keep making it up as you go. Two things would happen if you handed a $20 bill to any store clerk in Canada, in 1965 or today. He would politely refuse it and tell you to exchange it at the bank first as he/she only accepts Cdn currency , OR, he/she would screw you on the exchange rate and you'd walk away a loser. But you ARE a loser, so no change there.

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

The internet

#180159 Nov 21, 2013
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
I'll never forget the time I met an SSG man while having a couple pints at a university watering hole, He thought he had engaged me in conversation wherein I would make an admission of some sort. I led him on mercilessly, and then at the punch line I just stopped, staring at him, coldly, persistently, memorizing his facial features. His boss, whose face I never saw, grabbed him by the scruff of the neck and marched him right out of the bar. Months later, after an article I wrote appeared in the university newspaper, exposing their inept escapade, a much more diplomatic silver haired gentleman, at the same establishment, explained to me that there really are some "bad guys" out there. Apparently they realized their goof - not an apology, but I accepted it.
Never had the pleasure. Then again... I am cautious.

I have been a "part" of ops that people were visited.

Which is how I know exactly what happens when the suits arrive.

One was just a kid... maybe 16 or 17. He was duped into believing a proxy made him invisible.

They did have the decency to put their weapons back in their vehicles after they realized they were dealing with a kid. But that was the extent of their kindness.

The kid DDOSed the absolute hell out of a particularly evil bank. Shut them down for hours.

He was the only one charged that I know of. But a lot of people ended up with NSLs. Most framed them. I think he was charged because he logged the most hits. Which as you are probably aware is a matter of random chance.

He did a few months and got a year of probation to boot. Along with the stipulation that he was not to access the internet for the duration of his probation.

If the kid would have been told to jump a bus to a coffee shop, he would have been fine. But this was a very chaotic group, sometimes protecting your people falls to the wayside when the op-admins are less than responsible.

“Arm the homeless!”

Since: Jul 12

The internet

#180160 Nov 21, 2013
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
I pay for anti virus and anti-everything on my business computer. It's deductible. It's also ass covering so I can show I was not negligent. On the other hand, by following simple rules, my smart phone has never been infected, without any virus protection whatsoever.
Although, when I was once suing the feds, my Russian anti-malware software (which was immune to the FBI programs) caught an attack from DOJ, just before it died, but I was alerted and saved critical evidence to a USB drive. I printed the critical file at Kinkos and FedEx'd it to the Federal court the next day. They had egg on their faces.
Scrutiny wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL.
I have been everywhere. And I leave my signature on every system I have ever broke into.
If anyone were ever going to catch me they would have done it long ago.
I follow the rules and I don't destroy unless they need destroying.
I will hand you a little piece of advice AL.
Never even imply a threat like that to someone like myself. Are you aware that topix isn't exactly Fort Knox? All someone would need is your IP, wouldn't exactly be rocket surgery.
Someone who likes you less than I do may just take the time to ruin your day, or week, or future. Just for the lulz.
I know of people who just screw with people. Maybe send you takeout every two hours round the clock for a month. Maybe sending you truckloads of "adult toys" or pallets of construction materials.
I know of people who can get mean. Take your credit card numbers, or your family pictures... and if you use your PC for work, well... use your imagination. Maybe use your bank account. Or remotely wipe your phone.
I know of people who are downright nasty... like downloading someones PC with a bunch of child pornography and calling the authorities.
I said what I said as a warning for over enthusiastic "patriots" who think they can attack a govt website from their living rooms and believe a proxy server will protect them. As those coordinating an attack WILL tell you.
To be completely honest... YOU were exactly who I was trying to keep from doing something real dumb.
You may not believe me, but I am fond of people here, including yourself. You have a fire inside, it makes you special. That same fire can help you make a poor decision that could hurt you more than you know.
Rule #7 ALWAYS be smarter than your target.
The federal govt can monumentally fuck up just about anything they lay their hands on. However, they are absolute experts at ruining peoples lives... and they have people smarter than I am seeking these attackers. If binary isn't your first language, you are in for a bad day.
I'll bet they absolutely shit when they ran into Russian code.

Would have been the coup de grace if you were able to somehow log their attack. Sometimes that can be tricky if they know they have been detected.

Yeah, business PCs should have an active A-M program. It will cover your ass.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#180161 Nov 21, 2013
Obskeptic wrote:
<quoted text>
I think you need to take a second look at JFK. He was not someone that the current democrat party would elevate to the highest office, or even allow any position of power in the party. For starters he was anti-communism and democrats today are essentially communists. He was for lowering taxes and bolstering private sector growth and profits, which no democrat supports today. He was not thrilled about the civil rights movement, as his own brother Bobby through the justice department was spying on MLK and considered him a rabble rouser. He believed in a strong military and would never have approved of the social engineering taking place today lead by democrats. He hated the unions and the democrats today are enslaved to that movement. He was most likely pro-life as it was one of his Supreme Court appointments that was one of the two dissenting votes on Roe v Wade, and believed most Americans would be repulsed at the thought of abortion as a form of population control. He also believed that America was truly a great nation and projected a strong national image of unique American excellence vs. the communist and other nations around the world. Something no current democrat would say or speak of, especially our current Liar in Chief.
JFK was nothing even close to what the democrats are today.
Today,in 2013, JFK would be carried aloft on the shoulders of 99.9% of democrats. Of course, and what with today's cyber world and not-as-friendly-as-the-1960s press, he would have to cut his womanizing.

I find your accusing today's democratic party of communism very strange, weird, to say the least. Would you care to give one example and tell us which countries on this globe, apart from North Korea and Cuba, are still communistic.

JFK was pro-life? You're reading his mind now? That was 1953, for heaven's sake, when abortion was illegal and done in back alleys for the poor and middle class and clean hospitals and clinics in Europe for American rich. Today, I have no idea what he would be and neither do you.

Another quote from you : "He also believed that America was truly a great nation and projected a strong national image of unique American excellence vs. the communist and other nations around the world. Something no current democrat would say or speak of, especially our current Liar in Chief." Yes , JFK was all that. Are you trying to tell me that Obama, in spite of some foibles, and he has done so in good faith, does not believe in the U.S., does not believe that his nation is still a world leader? Is that what you are saying? Can you give us some examples? Well, one will suffice.

JFK was anti-nothing. He was not anti-communist, he was pro-American and WAS rightfully wary of the USSR.

...2

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#180162 Nov 21, 2013
2...
From Democratic underground.com .

"JFK on unions: "Those who would cripple collective bargaining do a disservice to democracy.

August 9, 1960. The words reach across the past half century and speak eloquently tonight to the "dreamers" about the next half century:

Those who would destroy or further limit the rights of organized labor -- those who would cripple collective bargaining or prevent organization of the unorganized -- do a disservice to the cause of democracy.

Fifty years or so ago the American Labor Movement was little more than a group of dreamers, and look at it now. From coast to coast, in factories, stores, warehouse and business establishments of all kinds, industrial democracy is at work.

Employees, represented by free and democratic trade unions of their own choosing, participate actively in determining their wages, hours and working conditions. Their living standards are the highest in the world. Their job rights are protected by collective bargaining agreements. They have fringe benefits that were unheard of less than a generation ago.

Our labor unions are not narrow, self-seeking groups. They have raised wages, shortened hours and provided supplemental benefits. Through collective bargaining and grievance procedures, they have brought justice and democracy to the shop floor. But their work goes beyond their own jobs, and even beyond our borders."

Our unions have fought for aid to education, for better housing, for development of our national resources, and for saving the family-sized farms. They have spoken, not for narrow self-interest, but for the public interest and for the people."

==========

So much for JFK's "he hated the unions", to quote you. Where'd you get that idea?

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