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Wolfram Alpha Drills Deep Into Facebook Data

turkeyfeathers Re:Nick Kolakowski Strikes Again! (70 comments)

Agreed. Just removed Slashdot from my bookmarks toolbar and for good measure pointed slashdot.org to 127.0.0.1 in my hosts file.

about a year ago
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Harvard To Close New England Primate Research Center

turkeyfeathers Re:what about the monkeys? (100 comments)

I believe that would be the African bushmeat markets.

about a year ago
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Pirate Bay Co-Founder Indicted For Hacking, Fraud

turkeyfeathers A reflection on Sweden (99 comments)

Remember when the only famous Swedes were sex symbols like Anita Ekberg and Ann Margret, instead of alleged criminals like the current bunch? I miss the good old days.

about a year ago
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American Airlines Grounds Flights

turkeyfeathers Re:CmdrTaco's Fault (91 comments)

Doesn't CmdrTaco still get royalties everytime a Packt book review is published here?

about a year ago
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Explosions at the Boston Marathon

turkeyfeathers Re:slashdot? (1105 comments)

And funded with bitcoins, of course.

about a year and a half ago
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Construction of World's Largest Optical Telescope Approved

turkeyfeathers Re:Neat (77 comments)

Not an issue, since Photoshop can automatically fix the aberrations for you.

about a year and a half ago
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BitCoin Value Collapses, Possibly Due To DDoS

turkeyfeathers Re:Well the ultimate value of Bitcoin is (605 comments)

I tried eating a tulip bulb once (thought it was a garlic bulb) and I can say that its intrinsic value isn't too high.

about a year and a half ago
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Increased Carbon Emissions Creating Giant Crabs

turkeyfeathers Re:Count Me Confused (203 comments)

So the Chesapeake's dying from overfishing and your answer is to move on up to Delaware Bay. Hope your grandchildren appreciate the fine work you're doing for the planet.

about a year and a half ago
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Ask Slashdot: Open Source For Bill and Document Management?

turkeyfeathers This again? (187 comments)

Similar questions to yours appear here regularly. The consensus is that it's best just to throw the bills and documents out and spend more time watching porn.

about a year and a half ago
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Researcher Evan Booth: How To Weaponize Tax-Free Airport Goods

turkeyfeathers Re:Ruining it for everyone (288 comments)

You know too much about this plutonium. Report to Guantanamo Bay.

about a year and a half ago
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Researcher Evan Booth: How To Weaponize Tax-Free Airport Goods

turkeyfeathers Re:Ruining it for everyone (288 comments)

The replacement clippers you bought in the shop were made of approved inert metal. The ones you tried to smuggle on the aircraft could well have been made of plutonium. You and a few of your terrorist buddies put your plutonium nail clippers together and... BOOM! So you see, the policy was effective. Now please report to Guantanamo Bay.

about a year and a half ago
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Korea Tensions Lead To Delay Of Minuteman III Test Flight

turkeyfeathers Re:Why do yu need a new intercont missile ??? (256 comments)

I see the problem here and you're both right. Minuteman Three was developed in the 1960s, but the latest iteration Minuteman One Hundred and Eleven still needs to be tested... you don't think the military-industrial complex has been idling for these past four decades now do you?

about a year and a half ago
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Korea Tensions Lead To Delay Of Minuteman III Test Flight

turkeyfeathers Re:here's my prediction (256 comments)

In a country of 24+ million starving people, it probably would be impossible to find a body double for that pudgy lunatic.

about a year and a half ago
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Researchers Build 3D Printer That Makes Tissue-Like Material

turkeyfeathers Market disruption (32 comments)

The folks at Kleenex must be worried. When people can print their own tissues at home, why would they buy a box of them in the store?

about a year and a half ago
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WebKit Developers Discuss Removal of Google-Specific Code

turkeyfeathers Good luck with that (92 comments)

Google's posted a half-hour video explaining how the transition will work? They're crazy if they think any regular user is going to spend a half hour learning how to use a new browser... just make it work like the old one or don't expect people to use it.

about a year and a half ago

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Steve Jobs awarded Grammy

turkeyfeathers turkeyfeathers writes  |  more than 2 years ago

turkeyfeathers (843622) writes "As we are all aware, Steve Jobs died in October from repeated mental and physical fatigue. Today our hearts are lifted as he has been awarded a Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award ("Grammy") for lifetime achievements in the field of music. He was possessed of personality and qualifications as a great man in the highest and perfect level, was an outstanding thinker and theoretician who led the revolution and construction along the path of steady victories with his profound ideologies and theories and remarkable leadership."
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