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FCC Chair: It's Ok For ISPs To Discriminate Traffic

McGiraf Re:What Internet? (365 comments)

Most ISP belong to Big Media corps, at least they do here in Canada.

1 year,16 days
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Art School's Expensive Art History Textbook Contains No Actual Art

McGiraf Re:Filter (371 comments)

no.

more than 2 years ago
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Humans Are Nicer Than We Think

McGiraf mmmm, yes (372 comments)

"evidence for the link between the body and moral decision-making processes.""

Yes, the body as a strong influence on my morals, but the personality too.

more than 2 years ago
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Foxconn Hires Top Spinners To Defend Its Image

McGiraf Re:Failed? Define failed? (162 comments)

If profits are up but you broke some laws, then you have to spend more on lobbying.

more than 2 years ago
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Reuters Reports Death of Gaddafi In Libyan City of Sirte

McGiraf Re:Congratulations, citizens of NATO countries! (302 comments)

All of this was done by NATO , AFTER they recieved assurance by the rebel leaders the OIL in LIBYA will be exploited by western OIL companies intead of the CHINESE companies that were ther before the revolt.

Iraq too was for OIL (they wanted to deal OIL in euros with France and Germany after the OIL for food program limiting exportation was to end ) notable Fance and Germany were against this American invasion of Iraq

Afganistan, the construction of an OIL pipeline was in jeopardy because of instability and Talibans asking for too much to let the pipeline be build.

OIL is the tyran

more than 3 years ago
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Missouri Hedges On 'Teachers Can't Friend Students' Law

McGiraf pff (102 comments)

You do not need a law to preent you from doing it to not do it.

more than 3 years ago
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Missouri Hedges On 'Teachers Can't Friend Students' Law

McGiraf Re:ban politicians from talking to anyone. (102 comments)

That's not the point, the point "why does the child need to fucking be legally banned from friending a teacher on FB or vice versa?"

more than 3 years ago
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Evangelical Scientists Debate Creation Story

McGiraf Why not go one step further? (1014 comments)

"There was no historical Adam and Eve, no serpent, no apple, no fall that toppled man from a state of innocence, no god."

more than 3 years ago
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Internet Restored In Tripoli As Rebels Take Control

McGiraf Re:Who is the new dictator? (271 comments)

The new dictator will deal with American and friends oil companies, the old one was dealing with Chinese and Russian oil companies. So yes thing will now be much "better" than before.

more than 3 years ago
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Twitter To Meet With UK Government About Riots

McGiraf Re:yes momma government. (186 comments)

yes, and they start like that too.

more than 3 years ago
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China's 5-Year Cyberwar Met With Western Silence

McGiraf HUMPH (185 comments)

"private companies are still quite weak in the face of national governments" [Citation needed]

more than 3 years ago
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Lawsuit Claims LegalZoom Is Practicing Law Without a License

McGiraf Re:Slashdot - Links in Comments (246 comments)

STOP USING Chrome 12.0.742.112 OR SOME SHIT U NOOB!

more than 3 years ago
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Asus To Ship Ubuntu 10.10 On Three Eee PC Netbooks

McGiraf Re:Sounds nice (142 comments)

most OEMs pay MS per unit shipped, no per unit with windows installed.

You'll pay for windows, even if you do not get it

One of the reason is called th MS "tax"

more than 3 years ago
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DoD Paper Proposes National Security Through a Culture of Restraint (and Stigma)

McGiraf Re:tags (310 comments)

He read it, but unlike you he understood. That's why he does not mention XXXXX and XXXXX.

more than 3 years ago
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Finnish Record Labels Want To Block Pirate Bay

McGiraf Re:Not always infringment (144 comments)

"No, it's blocking illegitimate competition."

Which law is the Pirate bay breaking?

(Hint, US laws do not apply outside of the US)

more than 3 years ago

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CRTC is Bell puppet

McGiraf McGiraf writes  |  more than 5 years ago

McGiraf (196030) writes "Last year, Bell Canada started throttling wholesale customer ISPs without telling them, ensuring that these smaller operators couldn't offer an un-throttled connection to consumers that was better than Bell's throttled Sympatico service. As their back up plan against competitors in case regulators stopped them, Bell Canada started devising a usage-based billing (UBB) system smaller Canadian carriers worried could drive them out of business.

The CRTC continued this trend by today approving Bell's UBB plans. CRTC employees like vice-chairman Leonard Katz, who spent 17 years working for Rogers and 11 for Bell, aren't concerned...for some strange reason.

http://www.dslreports.com/shownews/Canadian-Regulators-Send-Another-Love-Note-To-Bell-Canada-103919"
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Electronic Voting poll

McGiraf McGiraf writes  |  more than 6 years ago

McGiraf (196030) writes "Are you in favor of electronic voting?

Yes
No
CowboyNeal can use my vote.

Now the trick: All votes should be counted as Yes whatever the choice was."
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A poll

McGiraf McGiraf writes  |  more than 7 years ago

McGiraf writes "What is your most frequent complaint about polls?

- too many options
- no breast option
- no cowboy neal option"

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