“Your header is a LIE which you prove in only 3 paragraphs.
Forget the disgruntled employee aspect of this statement and the utter fascism of his solution: to let the CIA kill anyone anywhere they want without any chain of command.
What he claims Clinton said was "it will take several hours for the TLAMs, the cruise missiles launched from submarines". NOT that he refused in any ay.
The predator could not kill bin laden and Clinton did fire cruise missiles at a camp later barely missing bin laden.
May 14, 2012 at 13:20:28
“I've never seen such a pack of LIES, Big Pharma funded deception, allopath CYA and irresponsible, blogoshpere "journalism".
The very attempt to lump everything on earth into "Do Vitamins And Supplements Actually Work? " showed the juvenile, book report level of writing from the start.”
“MACs are safer and everyone that knows anything about it knows that. This author doesn't, but so what. I've used both since before the internet, when it was just the Arpanet and Stanford's NLS on a DEC PDP-10.
Aramaki on Apr 22, 2012 at 00:49:29
“>>>>"MACs are safer and everyone that knows anything about it knows that."
“Good advice for anyone, MAC or PC but malwarebytes is not written for MACs because it isn't needed. These people that got this trojan got it on the PC partition they had on their MACs. It did not infect the MAC side of the hardrive. If you want a good free virus program for MACs try ClamXav but only for 10.5 and later. If you haven't partitioned your hardrive and put Windows on it, do NOT listen to the fear mongers whacking away on their lousy PCs. If you absolutely have to have a Windows program (and you don't) then use a separate machine with no internet connection and you'll be fine.”
“Good god, is everyone at Huffpost whacking on a PC?
You quote PC World about MACs? What do you think they would say?
Truth: shame on Apple for using Foxconn to manufacture anything BUT the PC media like this slop acted like they and they alone have machines made there. EVERYONE does and that includes IBM, Microsoft, Dell, Acer, Amazon, Cisco, HP, Cony, Toshiba, Samsung, etc, etc, etc.
This is just war on Apple.
Truth: the JAVA weakness that let the Sabpab trojan in is a weakness in JAVA code, NOT MAC OS.
The Flashback trojan (that NEVER infected 600,00 machines) got in through the same way and NEITHER is a MAC problem.
Truth: MACs use Intel architecture and come with a program called Bootcamp which allows you to partition the hardrive and install WINDOWS OS and programs, which it will run faster, and without crashes.
Truth: both these trojans installed through the WIDNOWS side of the machines and installed .EXE files which a MAC will not open, load, install, even view.
SO... in NO WAY can these malwares be called MAC trojans.
They are WINDOWS, as usual, using WINDOWS vulnerability, which you and the rest of the PC media are HIDING.
Tell the truth (then delete this post)”
firewired on Apr 21, 2012 at 21:29:42
“Ok, well....which one can ....... ummm......."reach" further?”
games456 on Apr 21, 2012 at 19:12:14
“You are dense. Most viruses come through a hole and this one happened to be java. The java version that this exploited was made specifically for mac and this virus was made for a mac. Lastly, .exe and .app are the same exact thing. They are simply a file name denotation for a program.”
“Again with the deceptive headers: "Why You May Be Wasting Money On Pomegranates".
No, not because some recent study shows they aren't worth it, but because if you pay for the already de-seeded Poms, they cost more.
No one would click through if you said that in the header, would they?
BTW, the best way to de-seed is in a bowl of water because the seeds sink and the rind floats.”
“The editorial writer for the Gazette is the former editor for Soldier of Fortune magazine, quoted (March 1999 Soldier of Fortune article) by Timothy McVeigh as the reason for his attack on the Murrah Federal building in OKC. http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,17515,00.html”
“Hunters would never boycott Colorado because the safety regulations have NOTHING to do with hunting.
ONLY gunNUTs will have any problem with the new regulatinos.”
tailgatrz on Mar 28, 2013 at 11:05:03
“Funny how all the libs want to Boycott a Democratic owned company like Walmart for paying the going wage for a given position. And THAT is a great idea, yet when the state GOVERNMENT passes bills that infringe the Constitution and people boycott to stand up for everyones rights, whether you excersize them or not, they are still all of OUR rights, they are wrong? or it has NO effect?
If it will not effect anyone, then why is there a discussion?”
plewdawg on Mar 28, 2013 at 09:59:36
“Boil it down to the 2nd amendment. Period.”
foundelk on Mar 28, 2013 at 09:56:54
“You are incorrect,Hunters are already cancelling.It is the principle of infringe ment not the aspects of the laws them selves.After all the laws are so poorly drafted even the Police say they cant be enforced.”
becxlt on Mar 28, 2013 at 09:36:28
“what are ya stupid ? they are all gun nuts ... i maybe one of them ....”
Apr 12, 2012 at 11:54:26
“Have to disagree with you Mr. President.
He has NO talent at all, but within the context of the last few years of manufactured boy bands, sugary sweet, pre-teen pop slop and pablum dished out by the formulaic industry, he appears to have talent...in comparison.
He has none.”
momscholardiva on Apr 12, 2012 at 12:39:54
“Actually, some of your favorite songs may have been written or produced by him..genre doesn't matter...he does have talent.”
thinkable on Apr 12, 2012 at 12:20:11
“You may not like his music (or his ego/personality for that matter) but that does not render him talentless. He is unquestionably talented as a producer, his beats are as innovative as they come and he can work with pop stars and gritty hip hop artists alike. His lyrics are lacking, to be sure, but his talent as a producer and a showman are phenomenal...this isn't a question”
N8tracks on Apr 12, 2012 at 12:12:33
“That's just a foolish statement. The man has sold more records than you have earned dimes.”
“Are you going to report that it will be made, as always, by Foxconn, or is it just Apple products that get that investigation?
Foxconn also makes elements for Microsoft, their Xbox 360, IBM, Dell, Cisco, HP, Amazon Kindle, PlayStation 3, Wii, Acer, Motorola. Netgear, Nintendo, Phillips, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, Toshiba, Barnes and Noble, Intel, Logitech, etc. etc. etc.”
millertime on Jan 27, 2012 at 14:59:36
“Foxconn is the largest electronics contract manufacturer in the world, so you can assume that the investigation covered those companies as well.....BUT, only one of those companies is the largest and most valuable in the entire world, and that's Apple, so its the only one worth the effort of a hit piece....”
So you believe that god intervened in this "football game" on the side of a team from Denver against a team from Pennsylvania?
...and this god would need what backfield, offensive line and receivers to assist his "immutable power" over the universe?
What a strange religion.”
Moti on Jan 8, 2012 at 22:31:48
“I think that claim (it's spelled "divine" by the way) only exists in certain people's heads, maybe yours, I certainly haven't heard the quarterback of a team from Denver profess that belief.”
Bike Commuter on Jan 8, 2012 at 22:30:50
“"Devine" was a word chosen by the editors of this site specifically to antagonize.”
SMBrown2 on Jan 8, 2012 at 22:26:28
“You poor confused poster. Let go of your hatred of religion and research before you type. Tebow has NEVER said that he thinks God "intervened." He says repeatedly that God doesn't care about football games.”
Zork4 on Jan 8, 2012 at 22:16:46
“As if. The idea that a supreme being would back one or another sports team is bizarre. The belief of individual athletes may have an effect on their performance, regardless of the existence of a god, but god choosing sides makes no sense.”
“So, from the aspect of the informational curve, this is working very well.
For showing many more people that they can get involved and make a difference, it's working.
The numbers of new accounts in credit unions is way up, so removing the big bank's economic power is working.
Bank of America said they had given up on their stupid $5 to use your debit card, sot hat's working.
A judge in Nashville told the cops to stop arresting people.
If you search and get some REAL news you will see that it's working.”
“Slaughtering 18 of the last 2,000 Bengal Tigers is ac rime against humanity and they should be jailed for it.”
maltesecrosse304 on Oct 20, 2011 at 10:44:34
“A CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY ???? WAR IS A CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY.. GET A LIFE .
I LOVE ANIMALS BUT THERE CERTAINLY WOULD HAVE BEEN DANGER FOR THE AREA AS THESE ANIMAL COULD MAIM AND KILL HUMANS. I FEEL BAD FOR THE ANIMALS BUT THE REAL ANIMAL WAS THE MAN WHO RELEASED THEM KNOWING IT WOULD CERTAINLY PUT THEM IN DANGER... THAT WAS A CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY AND THE POOR ANIMALS.”
Evie Glodic on Oct 20, 2011 at 10:43:30
“CS would you like Bengal tigers running loose in your neighborhood where your family lived? I wouldn't. The owner is totally responsible for this disaster - he should have somehow had them placed in zoos or game parks before he decided to kill himself & then leave the decision up to local officials who had to think of the publics safety first & this was the quickest method they could use! Do you really think that the officers who had to kill all these beautiful animals were happy to kill living creatures? If you do then you're an absolute FOOL!!!!!