Recent comments by Blackhalo

Jackdawracy wrote:

...question everything...

What's wrong with that?

YouTube - George Carlin -Question Everything

Tom Stone wrote:

Perhaps the cops wanted a bit of looting to justify their actions?

Anything is better than the pending media circus around one of their own, shooting an unarmed black teen, with no criminal record?

Yoringe wrote:

Let me be clear......:finger:

Attorney General Eric Holder on Thursday condemned the "looting and willful efforts to antagonize law enforcement" in Ferguson as unacceptable.

What a cunt. Never found a banker he could prosecute? But points the finger first, at those who have been living under an out of control police department.

Highway Patrol to Take Over Security in Ferguson as Obama Urges Calm - WSJ

we must seek to rebuild trust between law enforcement and the local community...

Please, resign, now..

"We don't want you here. Somebody's going to get hurt. We don't want to see you guys get hurt."

TV crews hit by bean bags, tear gas

Nothing to see here, move along.

Pick up that can!

Yoringe wrote:

I have a Heart for Whistleblowers....

You want your whistle blown?

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

Maybe a bunny update will bring in some viewers!

Did CK not name the bunny Hasenpfeffer?

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

Afraid of robots

Auto-taxi firmware deployment, would be OK for a while. And why haven't they automated, pumping my gas yet?

sdtfs wrote:

statistically improbable

How many in the flat earth society? Didn't there used to be Luddites?

skk wrote:

Curiously, I was doing "real-time" computing, process control 30 years ago ! writing software that implemented my versions of PID ( proportional, Integral, Derivative ) control..

You make my day job sound WAY more esoteric than it is.

skk wrote:

gosh I wish I was 30 years younger.

Not so terrific for liberal arts majors with a load of debt.

skk wrote:

I'm just amazed I cdn't leave it at "Interpolate". but had to show how to do it from first principles. yeah there is no interpolate function in MS-SQL Server T-SQL apparently..

Humans Need Not Apply - YouTube

Tom Stone wrote:

It has kegs.

All three kinds? Bud Light, Coors and Miller?

Antipodes wrote:

Temperature just dropped from 14C down to 6C!

Speak English!

Tom Stone wrote:

The beer truck...

I'm familiar with the food truck phenom. What is this beer truck you speak of?

skk wrote:

It was actually very easy to pick up.

Burn in hell, you propagator of evil.

If you end your training now - if you choose the quick and easy path as Vader did - you will become an agent of evil.

emergency hotdog wrote:

the west is used to drought. so no biggie.

oh, I stole from my father all I thought I could sell
tossed his copper, and I watched as it fell
but there wasn't any water in the wishing well

Wishing Well - The Oh Hello's - YouTube

burnside wrote:

You may have Cisco or your spymasters, but you must choose.

Can't we get the spymasters to shut up the whistle-blowers, and have both?

What Colour are your bits? - Ansuz - mskala's home page

Wisdom Seeker wrote:

Its business has been particularly hard-hit in the developing world, partly because of concern among customers following revelations by former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden.

Someone needs a new router...

Snowden says is the truth about the internet outage. An elite hacking unit in the National Security Agency had reportedly been attempting to install malware on a central router within Syria — a feat that would have allowed the agency to access a good amount of the country's internet traffic. Instead, it ended up accidentally rendered the router unusable, causing Syria's internet connection to go dark

NSA was responsible for 2012 Syrian internet blackout, Snowden says | The Verge

josap wrote:

Customer penny pinching...

And with all that wage growth going on too. How selfish.

poicv2.0 wrote:

Visual Studio

Die, VSTS, Die!

Mr Slippery wrote:

Who was crowing about rising long term interest rates yesterday?

Janet will be patient.

Wisdom Seeker wrote:

retail sales are still stuck at 1999 levels

Sounds like we need a tax cut. For the top quintile only, of course.

justaskin wrote:

cia factbook ?

DARPA made a substantial contribution to Wikipedia? Or CIA as a default source?

"It's the economy, stupid!", turned out to be an OK economic plan...

Hillary Criticizes Obama Foreign Policy Doctrine -- NYMag

Ha ha, you fool! You fell victim to one of the classic blunders! The most famous of which is "never get involved in a land war in Asia,"

sm_landlord wrote:

Actress Lauren Bacall dead at age 89 - MarketWatch

YouTube - Bertie Higgins - Key Largo

When will Yellen raise rates?

Yellen will be patient.

Yeah, my money is on never too.

Ed S. wrote:

back in the day AT&T provided the finest service in the world

Right before the break-up? Are you crazy?

arthur_dent wrote:

refuse to clear the market, and possibly destroy the system

The system that pays them high six figures when the leave the "public" sector? Naw it couldn't be.

burnside wrote:

You create government toll roads.

What? State take bids from construction and toll operators around here. They tend to be privately built and operated, in theory, at little to no State expense, except for that sweet eminent domain land seizure stuff.

Governmental entities can create private corporations and act on their behalf thus blurring the line between public and private—a consequence of private toll road deals such as the ones used to finance the Trans-Texas Corridor and other private toll road that have since emerged. The lack of distinction between private and public entities unravels most of the landowner protections built into the bill, which are only enforceable depending upon the category the entity belongs to.

Eminent Domain "Reform" Bill is the Trans-Texas Corridor on Steroids | TexPIRG

Wisdom Seeker wrote:

My point was that when there's legitimate competition, and the marketplace isn't horribly distorted by perverse incentives, the private sector does deliver things that government-regulated monopolies fail at.

What about toll roads vs. government roads? I doubt privatizing police and fire work out so well.

Ed S. wrote:

And the USPS hasn't received money from the Federal Government since, oh, 1982.

And guess what's happening to that "over-funded" pension account...

azurite wrote:

kitchen sink drain.

Ok, but still. Who dumps grease down the drain? I always send it out with the trash, or make gravy.

azurite wrote:

accumulated grease

Sure, that's what it is, baldy.

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

We got no troubles, life is ze bubbles, under the sea

--- Captain Francesco Schettino

Gasoline Prices expected to decline to $3.30 per gallon in December

Russian sanctions lifted? I'll take the over.

Cinco-X wrote:

If MUST! 99.44% of climate scientists agree!

http://imgur.com/gallery/rkCp1Wt

lawyerliz wrote:

I wonder what Blagovitvch is doing.

Time?

sm_landlord wrote:

Obama authorizes U.S. airstrikes in Iraq as needed - MarketWatch

The National - Start a War - YouTube

robj wrote:

Can I pay you with Brownbacks?

Libertarian Utopia!

Tax cuts enacted in Kansas in 2012 were among the largest ever enacted by any state, and have since been held up by tax-cut proponents in other states as a model worth replicating. In truth, Kansas is a cautionary tale, not a model. As other states recover from the recent recession and turn toward the future, Kansas’ huge tax cuts have left that state’s schools and other public services stuck in the recession, and declining further — a serious threat to the state’s long-term economic vitality. Meanwhile, promises of immediate economic improvement have utterly failed to materialize.

Lessons for Other States from Kansas' Massive Tax Cuts — Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.

gwb43 wrote:

looked into Putin's eyes and saw Global Love and Democracy...

Snowden granted 3-yr residence permit in Russia

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

Going back to a manual labor economy...

The South will rise again?

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

Markets down again?

T's at 3.5? Where else are the yield starved to go?

Firemane wrote:

I highly recommend "Guardians of the Galaxy".

I am Groot!