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IT Night Shift Workers: Fat and Undersexed

Missing_dc Re:Fat poeple like the night... (203 comments)

Real vampires do not sparkle ( damn glitter sparkle fairies crowding our space)....

more than 3 years ago
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Airplanes Cause Accidental Cloud Seeding

Missing_dc Chem-trails and conspiracies (151 comments)

This almost sounds like a lead in for "scientific excuses" for chemtrails.

Oh, look, its the turbo-props causing the lasting contrail, those jets are not equipped with special sprayers at all.

more than 3 years ago
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How To Grow a Head

Missing_dc Re:Grow parts of fingers? (355 comments)

I was going to reference that movie "Teeth" about the hungry vagina.
Then I remembered he is a /.er, so that generally precludes productive contact with hot chicks, even if it is just serving them dinner ;)

more than 4 years ago
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Google Slams Viacom For Secret YouTube Uploads

Missing_dc Re:Smells like bullshit (307 comments)

I saw an article recently that claimed that 11.something % of ALL web traffic was related to do-no-evil Google.
An astonishing number (also astonishing is Facebook's 7.07%).

With even 5% of web traffic able to be collected, categorized, linked, crosslinked and inferred through traffic heuristics...
Holy Shit what a force to be reckoned with!

It almost makes me feel bad for the average chump (Corps included, staffed as they are by AFCs), since they willingly give all this info to the bots.

A properly paranoid person would ask for a search anonymiser(sp) to act as a proxy and hunt down random crap to obfuscate the real results.... Anyone know of a service like that I can use?

more than 4 years ago
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In Israel, Potential Organ Donors Could Jump the Queue

Missing_dc Re:pig heart donors however (582 comments)

You certainly sound angry.
Bitter even.
You ever see Hedwig and the Angry Inch?

more than 4 years ago
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Dr. NakaMats Is the World's Most Prolific Inventor

Missing_dc Re:Most prolific? I doubt it. (194 comments)

He's got nothing on Shampoo.

This is Slashdot, most of the readers don't know what (non-caffeinated) soap is, much less shampoo!

more than 4 years ago
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Space Exploration Needs Extraterrestrial Ethics

Missing_dc Re:Puny Optimists... (162 comments)

On the flip side, we'll probably look about as advanced as primates to an advanced alien life form, who will probably perform experiments on us.

What is to say that is not already happening?
Take a look at US government and the military and you will see the (self-proclaimed) advanced lifeforms are already doing this.
(alien infestation theories aside).....

more than 4 years ago
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Microsoft Secretly Beheads Notorious Waledac Botnet

Missing_dc Re:contingencies (381 comments)

##Monkey Cow Chicken Fly 128!k93>>22k5gg91

I find your proposition utterly preposterous! ;)

more than 4 years ago
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Fuel Cell Marvel "Bloom Box" Gaining Momentum

Missing_dc Re:About $2K savings per month (562 comments)

How about using this to power a farming community, using the farm waste to fuel your methane plant, and repaying them in electricity. Cow manure and agricultural waste make LOTS of methane. I have heard of farms that produce their own power(and a little extra to sell back to the grid) just off a methane based power plant fueled from the waste they produce. Once the bio-matter is properly consumed, the sludge can go back on the fields.

Seriously guys, if we are going to go green, we need to look at self-sustaining systems.

more than 4 years ago
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Why the First Cowboy To Draw Always Gets Shot

Missing_dc Re:Unforgivable! (398 comments)

Did they take into account emptying the clip? My Glock-23 holds 13 rounds and I'm sure I will pop off at least 10 of them unless I take a head shot.

more than 4 years ago
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Symbian Completes Transition To Open Source

Missing_dc Re:http://maemo.org/ (189 comments)

While I am immensely interested in the development of Symbian(as I hate my work provided Windows "smart" phone) I am glad I am a sysamdin, not a developer. Knowing I could do wonders if I invested tons of my time seems somehow futile. I would rather ride the backs of skilled developers and provide constructive criticism (and lots of homemade beer) than do the actual work myself.

Thank you for making me appreciate my role in this process so much more.

If ever you find yourself in Fredericksburg, VA, hit me up, and I will gladly drop you a few liters of my 11% Warhammer Stout, just don't go to sleep with the provided buzz running, or you will understand the "warhammer"(to the head) part of the name.

(if you are close to fxbg, and like to brew, let me know at djmissing- at - gmail -dot- com , I am making a wheat beer from raw grain, malting it right now. I'd be happy to give you a few pounds of raw wheat grain and a recipe to play with. after the coming storm, of course.)

more than 4 years ago
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How To Get a Job At a Mega-Corp

Missing_dc Re:Freelance decker (373 comments)

Funny, I was wondering how he'd pull off an 8 to 5 job when he has the 4 kids from 7 to 3.

Talk about a forgiving schedule or a kid-friendly work environment, and doesn't that interfere with their school. or does the megacorp handle their education too.... now that's inducting them into corporate culture early!

more than 4 years ago
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Nanowires Inject Molecules Into Living Cells

Missing_dc Re:Yay! (45 comments)

Now your provider does not want an arm an a leg for shows,
just blood!

Wonder what pr0n needs?...

more than 4 years ago
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400 Years Ago, Galileo Discovered Four Jovian Moons

Missing_dc Re:I missed something (161 comments)

And let me tell you, it takes a hefty awl for the job!

more than 4 years ago
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Slovak Police Planted Explosives On Air Travelers

Missing_dc Re:Seriously? (926 comments)

Thank you, Darkness404, for pointing out the cycle we are currently stuck in.

more than 4 years ago
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INTERPOL Granted Diplomatic Immunity In the US

Missing_dc Re:About time to arm ourselves (450 comments)

What about an INTERPOL investigation into Obama's origins and his doings as the POTUS?

Under this order, all that becomes locked and sealed away, including their evidence!.

Talk about covering one's tracks!

more than 4 years ago
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Move over BoxeeBox, here comes PopBox!

Missing_dc too early after a long weekend. (1 comments)

pretty sad that my reaction to the headline was "Damn, that girl from 4chan got her own linux distro? Talk about a meme out of control!"

more than 4 years ago
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Best Man Rigs Newlyweds' Bed To Tweet During Sex

Missing_dc Re:my wife is an odd duck (272 comments)

When she read the article her first words were "Where do we get one of those?" O.o

Funny, I laughed and called out the RSS summary to my wife who was playing with our kid in the next room and she had the same response!

I said "Don't you think thats a little personal?"

She replied "Not with one of these!" and shot me a big grin =D

about 5 years ago

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Super-tiny transister radios on the horizon.

Missing_dc Missing_dc writes  |  more than 6 years ago

Missing_dc (1074809) writes "Researchers at the University of Illinois, have come up with a way to make microscopic radios out of carbon nanotubes. They consist of two radio frequency amplifiers, a radio frequency mixer and an audio amplifier, all made from the carbon nanotube materials. Regular-sized headphones plug directly into an an output transistor made from the nanotube material. And they used a regular-sized antenna. I imagine this technology could easily be use for super-tiny listening devices, or flea -sized "bugs"."
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Sun offers OpenOffice with latest Java update.

Missing_dc Missing_dc writes  |  more than 6 years ago

Missing_dc (1074809) writes "http://java.com/en/download/javacom_update.jsp?cid=923137 Sun Microsystems is now offering an install of OpenOffice with its latest Java update. it touts OpenOffice as "a complete Microsoft Office compatible office suite, and is the leading open-source office suite for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, graphics, databases and more." I think this is a great way to spread the word to the masses that there are Microsoft alternatives. Take that Microsoft!"
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