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Incapacitating Chemical Agents: Coming Soon To Local Law Enforcement?

l0n3s0m3phr34k Re:I guess you missed Kent State? (138 comments)

We should be able to protest without a large police force always quickly descending on us. Police see protests like shooting galleries at a state fair and break out the riot gear and anti-mine vehicles as fast of possible. The best way for police to win is to not even show up unless looting or actual rioting happens. But guess what? You can't have a riot with only one side there! It's Art of War 101. It's easy to to turn a protest into a riot by showing up looking like an invasion force and screaming at everyone over bullhorns. When the PD does that, their still attacking first just via psychological means instead of physical. Once the general melee is going THEN the looters show up to take advantage of the chaos. The PD uses this as an escalation point, going after everyone including members of the press, teargassing citizens who are complying and staying inside...there must be a manual somewhere probably written by the CIA.

11 hours ago
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Incapacitating Chemical Agents: Coming Soon To Local Law Enforcement?

l0n3s0m3phr34k Re:Fentanyl (138 comments)

In Putin's Russia, the survivors PAY Putin!

11 hours ago
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Incapacitating Chemical Agents: Coming Soon To Local Law Enforcement?

l0n3s0m3phr34k Re:die by taser or gas? (138 comments)

usually it's the State Department who declares whomever as a terrorist, not a local judge. I can't quote specific law but you can read this and this but seeing as recently the FBI declared the beheading in Oklahoma "not linked to terrorism" beside the fact he was a Islamic convert who had ISIS stuff all over his FB.

Until individual state legislatures start passing laws allowing their local jurisdictions to declare individuals (and groups) terrorists, your "cop judge" theory is a none-starter (for now). This would quickly end up in the Supreme Court; it's akin to a state deciding to declare war on a group or individual. Oklahoma can't legally have a judge declare someone a terrorist any more than they can legally invade Mexico with the Oklahoma National Guard. The whole system doesn't work that way.

11 hours ago
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Incapacitating Chemical Agents: Coming Soon To Local Law Enforcement?

l0n3s0m3phr34k Re:die by taser or gas? (138 comments)

so basically, if your not an agent of a large country who hasn't officially declared war on the USA, your a terrorist. Surprising that it doesn't also include "corporate" next to "government", as in "affect the conduct of corporate or government" and "attack on a federal or corporate facility". And how large of a group qualifies as a "civilian population"?

12 hours ago
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Tech Firm Fined For Paying Imported Workers $1.21 Per Hour

l0n3s0m3phr34k Re:$3500 fine? (274 comments)

I'll guarantee that your company took care of everything before you got there, and the Russians were just being their usual paranoid selves by checking to make sure your doing what you say.

yesterday
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U.K. Supermarkets Beta Test Full-Body 3D Scanners For Selfie Figurines

l0n3s0m3phr34k scan this! (159 comments)

hmmm....what if I just want a, um, "figurine" of just a specific part of my body?

2 days ago
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Florida Supreme Court: Police Can't Grab Cell Tower Data Without a Warrant

l0n3s0m3phr34k Re:Criminals who carry tracking devices... (113 comments)

not sure where all the phones come from...but he did have a vast collection of other electronics (wide screen TV's, laptops, etc) taken for barter payments.

2 days ago
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What It Took For SpaceX To Become a Serious Space Company

l0n3s0m3phr34k Re:Blah blah Elon call me when (95 comments)

yeah, I was "mostly" sarcastic. Honestly, Elon is doing an amazing job. And seeing pics of the line of in-production Dragon capsules, rockets, etc...what he's doing now is just the very beginning. One pic had at least 10 capsules in different build stages.

2 days ago
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New Microsoft Garage Site Invites Public To Test a Wide Range of App Ideas

l0n3s0m3phr34k Garage? (72 comments)

Awesome, can I leave a giant oil stain in the driveway?

2 days ago
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What It Took For SpaceX To Become a Serious Space Company

l0n3s0m3phr34k Blah blah Elon call me when (95 comments)

When SpaceX is launching prefabbed Bigelow habs every day, THEN their a serious space industry. When the alignment of mass production finally hits the space age and we're launching more habs than we can fill with people...

2 days ago
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Shooting At Canadian Parliament

l0n3s0m3phr34k Oh noes! Strategic Syrup Alert! (521 comments)

oh those Canuks! He's probably wacked out on Maple Syrup and high on medicinal pot. There's no poisonous snakes native to Nova Scotia dontchano, so what ya be needing a gun for?

2 days ago
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32 Cities Want To Challenge Big Telecom, Build Their Own Gigabit Networks

l0n3s0m3phr34k Ponca City? (173 comments)

At first look this "small" city in Oklahoma is strange, yet with the local of a Google datacenter, seems perhaps the cities leaders see the future of what could be? I'm from Tulsa, and our "highspeed" (at least where I live) is a joke. I'm locked into a semi-illegal "exclusive contract" my apartment complex has with AT&T so nothing other than DSL at a 2.4MB max. But even if my city suddenly "jumped" on this, I still wouldn't see any results at my place for 10-15 years if that.

We could, of course, utilize our flood control pathways to install high-strength water-proofed fiber optics all over the city within a few years. Tulsa's flood control system spreads into every area of the city, and a fiber optic system that mimics the natural flow might add an interesting experiment too. We're far too busy tearing our roads up though to bother with anything hi-tech. Every single semi-major street is torn up or at least has construction road signs causing traffic jams; since the 1980's the construction barrel industry has made millions off us taxpayers.

3 days ago
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Florida Supreme Court: Police Can't Grab Cell Tower Data Without a Warrant

l0n3s0m3phr34k Re:Criminals who carry tracking devices... (113 comments)

Or just do what most "criminals" I "know" do, and have multiple phones. A drawer full of cheap burners, and then your main phone with a SIM. People trade phones for "stuff" too, so having several GSM phones in a drawer is not uncommon lol.

about a week ago
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Florida Supreme Court: Police Can't Grab Cell Tower Data Without a Warrant

l0n3s0m3phr34k Re:This is horrible! (113 comments)

"The only way to stop that from happening ..." is to blow up the Stingray towers? lol

about a week ago
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Court Rules Parents May Be Liable For What Their Kids Post On Facebook

l0n3s0m3phr34k Re:Responsibility yes, automatic liability no (323 comments)

"You can't claim to be responsible for something and then when it goes all wrong, stick your hands up in the air and say "not my fault!"." Sure you can, but only if your in the government lol

about a week ago
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Court Rules Parents May Be Liable For What Their Kids Post On Facebook

l0n3s0m3phr34k Re:Responsibility yes, automatic liability no (323 comments)

it wasn't just a "post", it was a whole fake profile complete with racial comments, sexual perversions, morphed photos, etc. Really it's identity theft and libel.

about a week ago
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Court Rules Parents May Be Liable For What Their Kids Post On Facebook

l0n3s0m3phr34k Re:Why not? When you have kids.. (323 comments)

In this particular issue, the kids who posted this page had already been suspended for a few days, the school and the parents all knew about this FB page for 11 months! It would be one thing if the page had only been up a little while, and no one knew about it. But it was up for almost a whole year AFTER the whole incident had come out in public. The page was identity theft, making the "user" look like a slut, very racist, made her look "fat" via some app. The school gave the kids two days in-school suspension, but refused to tell the victim's parents who it was even though they knew. 11 months where two sets of parents AND the school administration knew what was happening but just...ignored it? Why the perp's parents didn't force them to take it down either means the parents endorsed the page or their SO absent that, even though their kids got in trouble for a FB page, didn't care enough to do anything about it for almost a whole year.

about a week ago
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Early Childhood Neglect Associated With Altered Brain Structure, ADHD

l0n3s0m3phr34k Re:old article with different title (87 comments)

I think it's partially because their mirror neural network never got properly "set up" . Mirror neurons are VERY important to being able to properly react and socialize...

about a week ago
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35,000 Walrus Come Ashore In Alaska

l0n3s0m3phr34k Re:The problem with double standards. (292 comments)

so melting permafrost and out gassing of methane from both the land and near the coast are normal? Please point me to the papers you have read that say this is a normal, reoccurring phenomenon that we should just ignore.

about a week ago
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The Subtle Developer Exodus From the Mac App Store

l0n3s0m3phr34k Re:Ob (229 comments)

erll...you still might strike it rich on an app; however the chances of porn calling out to a bunch of hot chicks like a siren's call is probably impossible lol. Unless you've already made millions off your app of course!

about two weeks ago

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Obama "expects" FCC to rule for one-lane Net Neutrality

l0n3s0m3phr34k l0n3s0m3phr34k writes  |  about two weeks ago

l0n3s0m3phr34k (2613107) writes "Obama said he opposes paid prioritization of Internet service, and has told Tom Wheeler so. He continued: "My appointee, [FCC Chairman] Tom Wheeler, knows my position. I can't now, that he's there, I can't just call him up and tell him exactly what to do. But what I've been clear about, what the White House has been clear about is that we expect whatever final rules to emerge to make sure that we're not creating two or three or four tiers of Internet. That ends up being a big priority of mine.""
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