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Kepler-186f: Most 'Earth-Like' Alien World Discovered

jafiwam Re:Better leave now (180 comments)

I know there has to be a book about that, but it's slipped my mind.

The whole thing of "first wave" colonists who spend generations getting there, and when they do... they find that the third wave colonists have been there for a few generations already, and all the planets habitable by them and their archaic technology are already taken.

"Songs of Distant Earth" Arthor C Clarke has a set of stories like that.

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IRS Can Now Seize Your Tax Refund To Pay a Relative's Debt

jafiwam Re:Over 18 (627 comments)

Inheritors have to go through probate.

Just like any debtees do.

If the IRS is asleep at the switch, too bad for them. Obits are publicly posted, as well as probate hearings.

The IRS seems to have no problem figuring out the political leanings of non profits to selectively harass them, they can figure out how to notify themselves when someone who owes them dies.

2 days ago
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IRS Can Now Seize Your Tax Refund To Pay a Relative's Debt

jafiwam Re:Over 18 (627 comments)

10 year old debts DO NOT DISAPPEAR.

At 10 years in fact, the IRS is legally granted the power to charge you interest. 100%, PER DAY. Thank Al Capone for that one.

I see you subscribe to the "don't make me beat you any harder, kid" school of life.

Congress did that. Not Al.

2 days ago
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IRS Can Now Seize Your Tax Refund To Pay a Relative's Debt

jafiwam They'll be shot (627 comments)

IRS workers will be killed over this.

2 days ago
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Isolated Tribes Die Shortly After We Meet Them

jafiwam Re:Prophylactic immunization (351 comments)

I believe you misunderstand how vaccination works. It does not create a new capacity in your immune system, it activates a capacity that you already had because your ancestors had evolved that capacity. If your ancestors had never come into contact with the pathogen, you would not have that capacity. Immunity to new pathogens takes a long time to develop in the population, by random mutation and harsh selection.

Vaccinating tribes against pathogens their ancestors have never come into contact with will not do any good, unfortunately.

Also, I disagree that we're mainly looking for MH370 to avoid the same thing happening to us. I think the main reason why we're looking is because we're curious. We just want to know. It's not very rational and it is, perhaps, morbid. But it's what we are.

How would vaccinations for completely new diseases work then?

Your idea about how vaccinations work is completely wrong. Stop posting bullshit, Jenny, and go back to whoring. You are better at that.

about a week ago
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Will Cameras Replace Sideview Mirrors On Cars In 2018?

jafiwam Re:nope! (496 comments)

Agreed. Sideview mirrors let you see places a rearview camera won't. Handy to have in traffic on the expressway (a.k.a freeway in Western US).

I'm guessing you had to look up the term expressway to obtain its freeway synonym because you in fact have never driven a car.

If you had, you would realize there is a huge fucking blind spot that has existed since the inception of mirrors in cars.

In fact, it is so fucking huge that they teach you all about it in drivers ed class, complete with diagrams.

Cameras can easily overcome this problem. I recommend you get out and visit a movie theater once too to understand what "wide angle" means.

There is room for increased education on drivers (during license test, and perhaps via media) not hanging out in blind spots.

Even the "don't run me over bro" motorcyclists have a knack for hanging there blipping the throttle instead of you know, moving so the guy in the other lane can move without hitting him.

I'd guess a full 50% of drivers just don't pay attention to what others can see at all. Let alone taking steps to make sure they can be seen by other drivers.

about two weeks ago
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Solar-Powered Toilet Torches Waste For Public Health

jafiwam Re:For all the reasons I've disliked bill gates in (126 comments)

It all seems trivial if he is successful building this. I suppose it's true that applying tech to poop isn't something a lot of people are researching.

It looks like the one key feature "how to get the poop hot enough" has some fundamental unworkable problems with it. The fiber optic gets cm square hot, not a big area (say, probably the size of a large stew pot) hot.

That means, he's just got a toilet with a light in it.

Those things are going to be huge, hard to build, and need lots of materials from somewhere.

Neat idea, but won't work. Industrialized countries with problems of "how do we make a trail side toilet work" may be able to use them though.

about a month ago
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Face Masks Provide Chinese With False Hope Against Pollution

jafiwam Re:Cab driver in Shanghai (156 comments)

That's not much different than the summary's author, who seems to think that the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health sets standards in China.

And that N95 masks are "professionally fit" and uncomfortable.

Neither statement is true, first, they come in four or so sizes: small, medium, large and extra large. You put them on, tighten the straps a bit and bend the metal wire. They go for about 14 bucks for a box of ten. They have a metal band at the top just like medical masks.

In fact it IS a glorified medical mask with the addition of an exhaust valve for exhaling.

They are quite useful around the home if you ever do any type of home maintenance or "projects" yourself. But they aren't professionally fit by any means.

Subby is confusing an actual "dust mask" with rubber casing and filters.

about a month and a half ago
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Vodafone Foundation Launches Cell Site In a Backpack

jafiwam "Carried as luggage..." (37 comments)

Yeah. Right. Like the fucking TSA is going to let you aboard an airplane with THAT.

They'll have a new toy in the back room.

about a month and a half ago
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Privacy Lawsuits Over NSA Spying Force Retention of Metadata

jafiwam Re:Which is the same thing as saying... (59 comments)

It's interesting they are now saying "information that was only retained for a period of five years."

Five years is about as long as some of that stuff has been in place. Which means basically, on their own, none of it has been deleted ever.

Also, this "five years" thing just popped up. I am sure it would have been discussed at length. So it's new, made up information.

And also probably a gigantic, colossal, and obvious LIE.

So THIS now means "don't sue us or we'll go even MORE tyrannical on your ass".

Elections have consequences folks.

about 1 month ago
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ICANN Considers Using '127.0.53.53' To Tackle DNS Namespace Collisions

jafiwam Re:hacky (164 comments)

Returning 127.0.53.53 makes a lot of sense if you put up an ad-farm parking page on it to make a bunch of fake money with ad impressions.

Double bonus points when the "service" gets sold to a bottom feeder who's ad-network gets infected, ending up trying to spread viruses with fake "you are infected!" pop up windows.

about 2 months ago
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Safety Measures Fail To Stop Fukushima Plant Leaks

jafiwam Re:Solution: (157 comments)

Sr-90 has a half life of 28 some years.

While a few year delay won't do that much, there is significantly less of the stuff than there was.

That also means, that even given exposure and biological uptake, beta radiation exposure levels don't happen very fast. There's a burst at the end when it turns to Y-90 and then Zr-90 a stable element.

A lot of what we know about Sr-90 effect on mammals on this came from studying milk-tooth levels in children in the US and Russia during the 50's and 60's.

Given that wasn't a disaster, but something to be "concerned about"... then the Fukushima plant spills are in the "concerned about" category as well. Don't swim in the stuff, and avoid foods that would be exposed. Somehow people can't tell the difference between a nuclear weapon going off under their ass and a bit of radiation here and there.

about 2 months ago
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ICE License-Plate Tracking Plan Withdrawn Amid Outcry About Privacy

jafiwam No (152 comments)

NSA contacted them and said "Don't do that, we already did, all you are doing is stirring up negative controversy with that talk."

"Here's the URL and the credentials, have fun!

about 2 months ago
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Ask Slashdot: Anti-Camera Device For Use In a Small Bus?

jafiwam Re:Some requests should be ignored (478 comments)

Can anyone come up with a sensible reason to implement such a thing?

Sensibility seems to get lost when the submitter's question is rephrased in the following way: Is there a device that can selectively deactivate cameras of one's choosing? If not, can someone here invent such a method and tell me the solution?

However, imagining some of the possibilities, one would seem to be a paradise for the authorities — something they assuredly would feel to be very sensible.

Soooo... the CIA / NSA / military industrial complex are now crowd sourcing stuff out to Slashdot?

about 2 months ago
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Reporting From the Web's Underbelly

jafiwam Just a shotgun? (74 comments)

This is a good example of where you need a fast-cycling firearm with decent capacity. Either of the AR / AK platforms would work, as well as a variety of (much more expensive) newer styles. Heck, even a Mini-14.

A shotgun will take care of one guy well enough, but if it's four, you are in deep shit real fast with only 8 or so rounds in a slow loading plaftorm.

about a month ago
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Your 60-Hour Work Week Is Not a Badge of Honor

jafiwam Re:It's a status thing (717 comments)

No, it's unreasonable for a 16 year old to have a job.

A 16 year old should be in school, they should not be working at all. A college student should not be working more than 10 hours a week, if at all. Oh, and "saving for college" with tuition where it is today is just plain stupid. You come out behind if you try.

The minimum wage should be set to a level that someone working 40 hours a week should be well above the poverty level for a family of three. They shouldn't be competing for work with high school students.

And yes, if someone wants to make a career of a full time minimum wage position, they should be able to have a reasonable income.

Start it at $15/hour. Index it to inflation.

Nonsense. The product of a job for a 16 year old individual is not simply money.

Having a job in food service has a huge impact on the social norms the person has as an adult.

Having a physical job (say, loading trucks) has a huge impact on how active the person is as an adult.

Working with people who are stuck there in their 40's (after 5 DUIs and jail time for cocaine possession) has a huge impact on "gee, better not do that myself"

Those things people learn at that age makes them better, and results in actual "living wages" as a productive person in society. Instead of a highly-paid skag or drag on society. If you want a good society, you lead people into doing good things, not just give them good things.

The idea that everybody deserves a living wage for doing no personal development, no effort, no commitment (at least, learning to, not saying they have to be stupid loyal) to a job is foolish. You are creating another dependent, not another producer.

You sir, are an outright communist. There's no question anymore. Which is fine I guess, the problem is you are SO STUPID you think that it's going to work even in the face of real, big, dire, and far reaching consequences for what you want.

Hint: nothing happens if you lick a red hot stove burner element if your tongue is wet enough. Try it!

about 2 months ago
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A Year After Chelyabinsk, NASA Readying Asteroid Response Mission

jafiwam Re:When they lie it sort of discredits them. (64 comments)

Nukes still have a role as big bunker busters, ship killers / sub, and deterrent.

That last one is the only one that requires big nukes. The best deterrent isn't "we will defeat you" it's "we will wipe you out".

For that, you need city-killer nukes to kill the "civilian" population.

*in quotes, because the line is blurred now.

about 2 months ago
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Time Warner Deal Is How Comcast Will Fight Cord Cutters

jafiwam The only thing they need to do... (424 comments)

Is not be messing with the price all the time.

Somehow, mysteriously, the price changes slightly every month and it's always up.

Once the promotions are gone, it creeps up a bit every month. (The promotion ending for '1 year sign up price" is a big jump.)

Eventually, people start looking at the bill trying to figure out how to reduce it. That act, is what kills them. You don't want people thinking about the bill, you want them to just pay it.

I'll be dropping the TV / Movie portion of my cable in a month or two (summer means outside, and moving to a single abode again). But I wouldn't if it wasn't $45 a month more than it was when I moved in.

about 2 months ago
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200-400 Gbps DDoS Attacks Are Now Normal

jafiwam Re:Then there's the human end (92 comments)

The problem with that approach is that a lot of those internet criminals are actually just immature teenagers - all they really need is a slap on the wrist to scare them straight and a good talking-to by their parents. Throwing them in jail is a good way to make sure they turn into real career criminals - if you can't get employment in legitimate work, what other choice is there? It's the same problem with heavy sentences for drug possession.

Almost every decent computer security expert dabbled in black-hating a little when they were learning, if only to prove to themselves what they could do or for the fun of adventuring into forbidden places. I used to port-scan for open netbios shares back in the win9x era - found a lot of people who had their entire C: drive open to the world. I left text files on their desktops warning them about the open access.

Ok, public caning in the town square. One lash for each gigabit of wasted bandwidth, plus $100 fine for each of the same.

about 2 months ago
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US Democrats Introduce Bill To Restore Net Neutrality

jafiwam Re:controversy (535 comments)

The issue isn't what GP posted but rather moderators using their points to express agreement/disagreement with a particular point of view.

I'm trying to understand what's so "insightful" about the comment to be worthy of the points. Did the comment really contribute something to the conversation that allows all of us, or even any of us, to have a deeper insight into the overall problem.

I try, when I get points, to focus "insightful" points on posts that made me re-think the discussion or understand the problem at a deeper level regardless of my agreement or disagreement with the poster's perspective. It becomes frustrating to have to throw away moderator points on "overrated" because other people are using their moderator points to vote up a posting that supports their point of view but adds nothing to the greater conversation.

Nonsense.

The first post did nothing to foster any discussion.

The first post did nothing to back up the claim that it's all politicians with corporations in their back pockets.

The first post didn't solve the problem all of these discussions have which is explain why "no rules" is better than "some rules." It seems to me like "no rules" means a company is free to do what it wants, including tiered pricing. And, "some rules" will inevitably ALSO provide some company, if not the same ones, ability to do tiered pricing and influence things to make more money.

There is NOTHING but opinion on this issue yet. And the first post, didn't even explain his own opinion properly.

What he/she/it DID do was sling a blanket ad hominem attack out of the gate, before even knowing what anybody else was going to post.

That, my AC Friendo, is trolling or flamebait.

about 2 months ago

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Million Monkeys

jafiwam jafiwam writes  |  more than 9 years ago My boss has a program called "Million Monkeys" that uses the Windows UI to pound through an arbitrarily long brute-force sequence in some program installation routines... basically a generalized brute force key generator that can be pointed at a "key" field and run for several days to get a valid key.

So there's often discussions about the classic Shakespeare question; if a million monkeys sat in front of a million typewriters would they eventually produce the complete works of Shakespeare?

It's a fun question.

Here's some point's of view;

Yes. Well, if you assume the example of the keygen program fits for larger field sizes, then absolutely yes. True random, or sequential tries would eventually produce the desired results, as long as you have an arbitrarily long length of time to get there.

Also, interestingly enough there's a mathematical proof out there that says any specific string of arbitrarily long length exists in the numbers after the decimal points in Pi. These words, they are in there. deCSS code, it's in there. Britney's next song lyrics (before she has written it... if she writes her own songs...) is in there. So is Shakespeare. All of it. [I'll try to find a link.]

No. Shakespeare's words on typewriters are not random, monkeys (in real life) are likely to produce non-random keystrokes as well. These two non-random data sets do not intersect. Monkeys simply won't type "King Lear" (the phrase, not the play) because the word "Lear" requires a shift-L stroke, then the e, a, and r strokes in a certain order. Monkey keystrokes will be grouped in monkey-sized feet or fist groups. (Though the monkey's I've met probably would try to pry the keys up and chew on them.) So even though the randomness can be arbitrarily long, the data-set produced is always not the same data set as english words.

Push the "no" idea a little further, and the Internet can be used as a test bed to prove the point.

To begin, I start with a quote; "We used to think that a million monkeys in front of a million keyboards would eventually produce the complete works of Shakespeare, now, thanks to the Internet, we know this is not true." - P. Lutus.

Internet users are going to produce by far strings of characters that are FAR less random than that of monkeys. Yet, without deliberately attempting to, they haven't produced the complete works of Shakespeare.

Ok. On to the point. This quote from tbannist This quote concerning the question of AOLers producing the works of Shakespeare is incredibly funny (even though it doesn't subscribe to my same point of view).

"No, the key here is monkeys are a random string generator. You can't replace a random string generator with a stupid string generator and expect to get the same result."

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Manifesto de Vivando Merde

jafiwam jafiwam writes  |  more than 11 years ago

Recently there were some 'Parting Words.' That got me thinking. Here are some "Staying Words"

Manifesto de Vivando-Merde (or, shit to live by)

(1a) Want my respect? Earn it. You will get it no other way. You will not get it because you have kids, because you are black/white/male/female/christian/fag/short/fat or anything else. You will never get any respect if you use of those things as a crutch or as a tool to get attention. You have no right to my respect, it is a gift from me to you, a reward for not being a dumbass.

(1b) If you get respect, you will know because I listen to you, I will help you, and I might watch your back. You might even get invited to lunch. But remember, you can lose my respect in a heartbeat. Just like all things in life, earning it is harder than losing it.

(2) Want to get treated like you are worth something? Do something worthwhile. Finish something before it is due, do it better, do it well, or figure out how to do something more effectively. Above all, do not inconvenience me, that makes you worth less than nothing to me, more of an obstacle, to be dealt with accordingly.

(3) Want me to be friendly to you? Shut the fuck up. I will come to you when I want to talk to someone. If I am not talking, it is because I have nothing to say to you. If I am not listening, it is not because I didn't hear, it is because you are blathering about nothing important to me. I already know what is going on with you, because you told everybody else three times already. I can hear, I can hear a lot better than you think. I can hear you breathe in the dark. What makes you think I do not already have the information I want?

(4a) If I want you to take something personally, you'll know. Trust me, you will.

(4b) If you take something personally that I did not intend for you to take that way, you are not only stupid, but also arrogant. If I meant you, you would be painfully aware I meant you. There is no need for you to assume I mean you. If I do, you will know.

(5) If you act like, or say you know something... You'd better. If not, you will be made miserable and encouraged to go elsewhere. How far you are forced to go, depends on how big your mouth is.

(6) You will get my attention when I choose to give it to you. No sooner. You have no right to my attention, you will be punished if you try to force me to give you attention. If you force me to pay attention to you, you will not want the kind of attention you get.

(7a) Never start a sentence with 'Why didn't you...' if you do not want a sarcastic answer. I do what is on my list, I do what is important to get done. I do what I consider valuable or worthwhile. None of the former includes what you want. If it should get done, it should be explained to me, quickly, accurately, and without preconceptions how it should be done. Then I will do it when things of that priority get done in the way I see fit. I have no other system.

(7b) Things will get done in the order that I see them necessary to get done. Yes, I may do them to get you to shut the fuck up, however, be aware that you just forced me to pay attention to you, and that you will suffer as a result.

(8a) Yes I make mistakes. Sometimes they are big ones that cost time or money. I learn from them. Sometimes, I learn a lot from my mistakes. Sometimes I learn nothing from them. When I learn nothing, it is because I made the mistake of trying to work while you were yammering at me. So shut your mouth and go back to work and we will ALL learn more.

(8b) I do not expect you to not make mistakes or to be perfect. However I DO expect you to learn from your mistakes. Perfection is not attainable, however it should be your goal.

(8c) If you make the same mistake twice, you were not paying attention the first time. Make it three times, and you are plain stupid.

(9) Shit breaks. Get used to it. If you are lucky I may help you fix it. However, I cannot change the fact that shit breaks. So shit will break. Get used to it. If you don't like it, you were born in the wrong universe, to fix that, kill yourself.

(10) If you do not know who is doing it, nobody is. I come to meetings to listen to what you are doing, and to share what I am doing and so we can get some things done together. Pay attention, I assume you are. There are only a few people in the building, most of them talk too much. You have no excuse for not knowing what I am doing, and no grounds for complaining that you did not know. I know what you are doing already, and I do not have to leave my office to find out. You do not know because you do not listen.

(11) Weakness is not a virtue. Stop acting like it is. Weakness makes you worth less to me, and beyond getting any respect, ever.

(12) Do not let me detect a sense of entitlement. You will get what is coming to you anyway in one way or another, you do not need to tell me what you should get. What you think you will get and what you eventually get will never be the same.

(13) Do not ask me stuff that is on our web site, on our support site, or on any web site, or newsgroup indexed by Google. At best, you are wasting my time and making yourself look stupid and lazy. I learned much of what I do and know by figuring it out myself. You should too. But I do not expect you to duplicate my effort, so will share with you what you need to know. Once.

(14) I do not care if you think you do not have time to learn by yourself. I play dumb games on the internet, I watch 8 episodes of Friends and Sponge-Bob Square-Pants every week, I mess around with my computer, I have downloaded more porn than you thought existed, I read Slashdot several times a day, and I stare off into space a lot. I STILL have enough time to learn what I need on my own. You have no excuse not to learn what you need, aside from weakness, stupidity or being lazy. This is not my problem, it is yours. Do not expect me to act like it is anything other than your problem. If you do not solve your own problems, they will follow you to your grave.

(15) If you are shown, taught or given documentation on something but don't know it tomorrow; do not be surprised if I act like you are stupid. My cat has a brain the size of a walnut, yet she knows what "NO" means and changes her behavior based on the word. If you cannot translate words on paper or in a classroom into real life actions, die now please, you are a waste of biomass that could be used for roaches or something else more useful than you are.

(16) If you do not take care of your own data, nobody will. Don't stick files in stupid places then act all surprised when they are lost. Do not take risks with your data, I don't. Do not ignore what I say when I tell you how to deal with your data. Do not complain when shit breaks and your data is gone, I told you how to keep it safe and you fucked yourself anyway. How is that my problem?

(17) I do not send you pointless emails. Read all that I send you, I promise I will make them worth your while. Respond to them or delete them, or keep them, print them, pound them up your own ass, do whatever suits you. However, you will be responsible for the information contained in them.

(18) Feel free to make judgments about me, as I will make judgments about you regardless of your wishes. Deal with it. You will be judged to my standards as I judge myself. Deal with it. I will act on my judgments. Deal with it.

(19a) Your problems are yours. Do not agonize over them in front of me. The answers are obvious to me. You are not solving them because you are weak, pathetic, or stupid. Talk too much about them, I will give you the answer, in a way you will find unpleasant or rude.

(19b) I didn't come to work today to hear about your goddamn garden, your wallpaper, your bathroom, your new car, what you did last weekend, or what that stupid fuck you married did, or how big your boyfriend's cock is. I don't give a shit about your kids, and I don't want them here, especially if they are spoiled or unsupervised. I came here to do some tasks, sometimes I do them well. Ultimately, I do this work because I can get some things done and get paid for it. Do not think for one moment I would stop and give you the time of day if I did not work with you. If you are an exception to this rule, you will know. If you are unsure... then you are not an exception to this rule.

(20) If you need to spend time/do something with your kid or family. Fine. But do not expect me to do more work due to your choice to have children or finger-fuck Christmas presents with your family. I make my own choices, I deal with them. You make your own choices, deal with them. I will not deal with your choices for you.

(21) Do not, ever, ask me to do something you would not do yourself. I will do the same for you.

(22) Do not have contradictory opinions. I will notice them. I will exploit them to make you feel as worthless or stupid as you really are. Do not think that I do not have contradictory opinions. I have them. Exploit them if you can.

(23) Do not expect me to do more than you do, even though I often do more than you do the entire week in one day. Your expectations are your own, my interaction with them will only to be to cram them back down your throat.

(24a) Do not complain about being busy. I know what you are doing, what you did, and what you ate because you are NOT busy. If you were busy, I would not know these things. If you were truly busy, you would stay later. If you were truly busy, you would be at your desk all day, not out here talking about your child, your club, you church, your car troubles, or the play you went to last week.

(24b) The only response to a high workload from you I will respect is more work, more efficient work, faster work, and more accurate work. When you are out going to that play, going to your club, or flicking your own clit, I was at home doing stupid grunt work and making up for shit you didn't do during the day. Do not expect me to be happy about that. Ever.

(25) I know when you show up, I know when you leave, I know what is on your hard drive and what you download on the internet. I know this, because you do not clean up after yourself. Generally, I do not care about these things. However, I will use them against you should I so desire. Remember, every mistake you make is another tool for me to bludgeon you with when the time comes. For your own protection, do not attack my faults if you have any of your own. I retaliate.

(26) The computer in front of you is the most complicated device you will ever encounter in your entire life. Treat it that way. I can make it work, but you might not like how I get it working. So do not break it in the first place.

(27) Do not complain about scarcity and then waste yourself. Do not whine about how much you get paid then waste company money. Do not bitch about what you think you deserve, how much memory you need, or how your computer works. If you cared about these things, you wouldn't download stupid screen savers, you would take care of your computer, you would turn out the lights and your monitor at night, you would close your window when air conditioning is on, and above all, you would be working and making some money - not complaining. The company cannot give it to you if you don't make it for them in the first place. Learn that. It may keep you from getting laid off some day. It might have kept you from getting laid off last week. (ha ha!)

(28) Do not send me jokes. There is nothing on the internet that you can find that I have not already seen. The only good an email joke does for me is give me more ammo to get you booted from the company when the time comes. Remember, I can complain just as well as you can. If management acts on your irrational whining, they will act on mine as well. Do you really want me to have that kind of power?

These are "Staying Words". They may seem harsh. The world is harsh place. Earn my respect and I will watch your back. Lose it and you are cast to the random wasteland created by your own weakness and ineptitude. Deal with it.

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