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US States Edge Toward Cryptocoin Regulation

conscarcdr Regulating how? (163 comments)

Suppose consumption tax are going to be charged the way it does to Bitcoin transactions. With the eventual deflation of the currency, wouldn't that make the state cash reserve infinitely richer, relative to private persons?

2 days ago
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US Marines Demonstrate Ultra Heavy-Lift Amphibious Connector Prototype

conscarcdr 'MURICA (91 comments)

Sorry, someone has to say it.

about two weeks ago
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Chinese Hackers Infiltrate Firms Using Malware-Laden Handheld Scanners

conscarcdr Have you forgotten? (93 comments)

That China has always been our best friend. It was Frederick of Pinchfield who masterminded Operation Aurora and all the handheld scanner attacks.

about three weeks ago
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New Snowden Leak: of 160000 Intercepted Messages, Only 10% From Official Targets

conscarcdr Re:What's worse? (201 comments)

Yeah, let's just go back to intercepting peoples' messages quietly, shall we?

about three weeks ago
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Public Interest In Great White Shark Devours Research Site's Servers

conscarcdr How I understood the title at first: (57 comments)

"The public shows interest in the great white shark, who devours servers installed on research sites" I know it's not completely grammatically sound but...

about a month ago
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Why China Is Worried About Japan's Plutonium Stocks

conscarcdr Seriously /.? (398 comments)

One does not accidentally under-report plutonium stocks, much less Japan, a country known for preciseness. But then of course you would happily bash China as a knee-jerk reaction, for when hell does break loose, it's China again who absorbs the most amount of damage.

about a month and a half ago
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China Cracks Down On Bitcoin, Cuts Off Exchanges' Bank Access

conscarcdr Re:Sink or swim moment (100 comments)

Bitcoins can be "in China" and need to be "smuggled out"?

about 4 months ago
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Google Faces Up To $5 Billion Fine From Competition Commission of India

conscarcdr If it isn't Indiatimes.com (89 comments)

One of the worst spamming sites there is. I've received their junk "newsletters" despite never visited it before.

about 5 months ago
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MtGox Files For Bankruptcy Protection

conscarcdr Re:Ha ha (465 comments)

Do you regulate money? If not I don't see the source of your happiness.

about 5 months ago
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DNA Confirms Parking Lot Remains Belong To King Richard III

conscarcdr So (212 comments)

he was the victim of a botched parking stunt?

about a year and a half ago
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Is 'Brogramming' Killing Requirements Engineering?

conscarcdr That's what (432 comments)

Rails Girls is for.

about a year and a half ago
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YouTube Partially Unblocked In China

conscarcdr I'm Chinese (47 comments)

And look at the all the fucks I give.

more than 2 years ago
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Chinese City Wants To Build a Censorship-Free Hub

conscarcdr I say let them build the damn thing (94 comments)

So that all netizens in China will come to realize what they're being denied to all those years.

more than 3 years ago
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Have We Reached Maximum Sustainable Population Size?

conscarcdr Re:Answer: (1070 comments)

Or Uncle Pol Pot or Uncle Hitler, you mean.

more than 3 years ago
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Chinese Boy Sells Kidney For iPad2

conscarcdr Corruption at its finest (210 comments)

According to TFA, the hospital where his kidney was removed was in fact a military one: "PLA 198 hospital", which, when questioned by the police, claimed no knowledge on the broker who arranged the deal, since the whole department was "contracted to a businessman".

more than 3 years ago

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Google blocked in P. R. China, again.

conscarcdr conscarcdr writes  |  more than 5 years ago

conscarcdr (1429747) writes "Non-localized Google is blocked in P. R. China at roughly 10:00 PM, June 24. However the self-censoring Google.cn is still accessible. As a Chinese citizen, there is not much to say about this. Google is dead, long live the most beneficent God-Emperor of Chinamankind!"

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