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Worried parents of teens hire drug-sniffing dogs to search their homes
Mon Dec 10, 2012
A drug sniffing dog is probably the most overkill nonsense that you could possibly use. Try being a real parent, have a relationship with your child and set boundaries. God isn't going to save your kids from bad decisions or your bad parenting. Be present in their lives as much as humanly possible …
Who knew? Curiosity photos show Mars teeming with UFOs
Fri Aug 24, 2012
Is there life on Mars, perhaps but not in a way one might think its most likely microbial in nature. All these other items are just plan amusing and funny. People will see what people want to see even if the truth is far more mundane. So in the absence of rational, objective thought maybe UFOs are w …
Space elevator ideas rising again
Fri Aug 24, 2012
Sorry but honestly this is the biggest waste of time over something that will eventually prove out to be so impractical that people will wonder why they spent any time on it. Not to mention it sounds as ridiculous as possible. It would make more sense to focus on yes, advancing material sciences to …
LinkedIn, eHarmony don't take your security seriously
Fri Jun 8, 2012
Mopman, Although I generally agree with everything you are saying, a Certification and Accreditation process is not typical within companies especially those like LinkedIn and eHarmony. C&A is typical in Government agencies, contractors and subcontractors. Yes, in a lot of ways public/private co …
How far behind is Apple's security?
Mon Apr 30, 2012
Own several Macs and don't have an ignorant attitude towards what is widely accepted within the security community....nothing is 100% secure. Not OS X, Droid, iOS, Windows, Linux, or Unix. Its just not possible to make something completely secure.
Boy, 11, urinates on $36K worth of Apple MacBooks
Mon Apr 30, 2012
Actually you missed something even if these were Windows Laptops they also would have been sent to the junk pile. "Biohazard" in this article is that no matter the machine the school system would be forced to junk it because it would never be completely clean. The overall unsanitary condition preclu …
Teen sues classmates for libel over Facebook page
Thu Apr 26, 2012
I am behind this young girl in her effort to stand up for herself. Using Libel laws is a novel way of removing the school from being responsible since the school in all reality is not responsible for the actions of or policing said actions of students when the students are not physically on the scho …
1 in 5 Macs infected with (mostly harmless) malware
Tue Apr 24, 2012
It's always amusing that Mac users are referred to as lemmings even though everybody and their uncle users Windows. But I am sure that is coming from some arrogant Linux admin.
US taxes cost some expatriates their citizenship
Mon Apr 16, 2012
The People of this country are the Government and the politicians are the elected representatives of that government....something people seem to forget.
Marines seek DOD guidance on social media use
Fri Apr 6, 2012
The DoD does have rules concerning social media and private settings for Facebook do not preclude Military personnel from scrutiny against established instructions, directives and regulation. Most people here feel that private discussion amongst a group does not count but it actually does as it is b …
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