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Science and Technology / USB device viruses could evade all known security
« Last post by walkstall on July 31, 2014, 09:58:48 PM »
USB devices such as keyboards, thumb-drives and mice can be used to hack into personal computers in a potential new class of attacks that evade all known security protections, a top computer researcher revealed on Thursday

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There is so much wrong with this thread I can't be bothered. I could list a dozen reasons why we oppose illegal immigration that don't include the obvious.

If you mean there's so much wrong in the OP, I couldn't agree more. Normally, I let SFF slide; I try to pretend he's not there. But every now and then he just shows his ass and.... well, I aim carefully and pull the trigger.  :tounge:
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There is so much wrong with this thread I can't be bothered. I could list a dozen reasons why we oppose illegal immigration that don't include the obvious.
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This thread reminds me of:

Airplane! Slap


Only because you took it that way...  :tounge:
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TV / Re: favourite T.V series list of all time
« Last post by kit saginaw on July 31, 2014, 09:01:49 PM »
1956-62, The Bell Telephone Science Series... starring Dr. Frank Baxter.  A fascinating concoction of animation, photography, symphonics, and good-natured sparring between humans and cartoon-guests.  No matter your age, the shows treat you like you have a brain.  There's never a wasted moment, as factual-explanations and conjecture follow a logical scientific flow to a solid conclusion.  There's also a linguistic-episode thrown in, as Baxter butts-in on Alice's Through The Looking-Glass adventures.  Baxter has a unique delivery-style, and will mix-in God whenever he feels like it, to emphasize a certain point.   

The 'magic screen' concept provides a metaphysical dimension to the goings-on.  In a couple episodes, it's actually depicted as Baxter's assistant's (whoever is providing comic-relief/audience mcguffin-ery) mind.  Then there's a secondary 'magic screen' which supplies functionary data-images, when somebody picks-up a microphone and says:  " Roll clip, " or whatever.

They do discuss a form of global warming circa 1958, in the context of mankind may expect the unexpected, since Swedish meteorologists had just discovered 'upper-air masses' in the 1930's, and WW2 delayed their study.

I'd rate the series as 8.8 out of 10, highly re-watchable.

   
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The RINOS are in control of the party, so it won't be a true TEA Senator. My guess is that McConnell will be majority leader if he wins *gag*, and John Cornyn will be majority leader if McConnell goes down *slightly less of a gag, but still a gag*

It wouldn't matter. He'd have little influence.
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It has been a wonderful thing for more than three years now.  :tounge:
Case in point. :thumbup:
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Matters not, because who ever it is, will have to deal with a powerful Conservative element in the party.
If they want to get anywhere, they have to move hard Right or forget getting any agenda through.

Gridlock can be a good thing.

It has been a wonderful thing for more than three years now.  :tounge:
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The RINOS are in control of the party, so it won't be a true TEA Senator. My guess is that McConnell will be majority leader if he wins *gag*, and John Cornyn will be majority leader if McConnell goes down *slightly less of a gag, but still a gag*
Matters not, because who ever it is, will have to deal with a powerful Conservative element in the party.
If they want to get anywhere, they have to move hard Right or forget getting any agenda through.

Gridlock can be a good thing.
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And that folks is how it's done...




You're too kind. And to think, I didn't even have to mention the million or so potential Americans who fall victim to abortion doctors every year, roughly a third of them via the US taxpayer by way of grants to Planned Parenthood.
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