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Calif. Politican Thinks Blurred Online Maps Would Deter Terrorists

hugecabbage Re:Why stop online? (597 comments)

In Soviet Russia, maps blur you.

more than 5 years ago

Alternatives to Daylight Saving Time?

hugecabbage Re:Move to Arizona (755 comments)

Also, dude, Indian is not the preferred nomenclature. Native-American, please.

Depends on which Indians you ask. Some tribes actually prefer "Indian" over "Native American." The Plains Indians are a group that immediately come to mind.

more than 5 years ago



hugecabbage hugecabbage writes  |  more than 7 years ago

hugecabbage writes "The Free Press published an interesting article stating that not only did the Republicans alter the actual Ohio vote count during the 2004 presidential election, they also controlled how the tallies of those manipulated votes were disseminated over the web, affecting media and public perception of the returns as they occurred. FTA: 'There is more than ample documentation to show that on Election Night 2004, Ohio's "official" Secretary of State website — which gave the world the presidential election results — was redirected from an Ohio government server to a group of servers that contain scores of Republican web sites, including the secret White House e-mail accounts that have emerged in the scandal surrounding Attorney General Alberto Gonzales's firing of eight federal prosecutors.'"


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