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Comment Re:Good and bad exposures (Score 2) 473

No, she's been hiding emails from Congress by giving them to the FBI. The FBI isn't interested developing a case against her because Obama's involvement would then come out. And the DOJ sure as hell isn't going to prosecute him. Net result, FBI/DOJ grants immunity to everyone in the area and then destroy the evidence, even thought everyone involved is fully aware that Congress (remember them? co-equal branch of the federal governement?) has issued a subpoena for all such evidence.

Please do try to keep up.

Comment Re:WTF is "Project Include"? (Score 1) 611

Your UID suggests that you might be too old to care very much about each passing fad. Project Include appears to be the corporate version of Dr. Kevorkian. Any company that is looking to exit this reality consults with them, and they are prescribed a poison pill. The poison then shuts down the productive organs of the company, transfers shareholder wealth to SJW causes, and the company then gradually fades away.

Hmm. Did Twitter work with them recently? Or is that the work of a copycat?

Comment They are stopping? (Score 1, Insightful) 377

So, the ADL and the press are going to stop lying about and slandering Pepe? That is good news.

Oh, not that? They are going to try the anti-racist skinhead gambit? What do you mean you've never heard of anti-racist skinheads? Well, crap, I guess there may be a reason for that, and one that doesn't bode well for this nonsense.

Comment Re: Good to see some patriotism. (Score 1) 473

Despite all of the evidence available to you, you still think that these polls are attempting to solicit information?

Go find some more data. Those same polls are plotted in other ways, such as a time series. The left/right shifts on those polls are clearly dictated by the needs of the Clinton campaign and are not the product of randomness. The samples are carefully selected in advance to obtain (roughly) the desired result. Also, people predicted the twists and turns of the polling months and years ago, before anyone knew who the candidates were going to be.

Trump is going to win by 6-12 million popular votes. (I've sen estimates up past 20 million vote spreads, but those are based on circumstances that I don't expect to happen, so I stick with very conservative numbers.) That could translate into a narrow electoral majority on the low end, all the way up to 45+ states on the high end. Bookmark this and come back on the 9th. You don't believe me today, but you will then.

Comment Re:Good and bad exposures (Score 1) 473

You know that no one believes that right? You probably don't even believe it. The media spews Russia-FUD a lot, but so far Hillary hadn't claimed that there is anything false in them. Podesta hasn't claimed that they are false either.

These emails are almost certainly "leaks" in the normal sense of the word: the product of insiders. The Hillary emails are probably coming from FBI agents. And if they are not coming from there, the FBI almost certainly has copies of most of them, which is why she doesn't dare say that they are false.

Comment Re:Even older (Score 1) 154

A magnetron is a lousy way to project microwaves. You can't collimate the output for shit.

What you need is a big phased array. The Navy guys I knew swore that the Aegis cruisers could cook a pilot in the cockpit of a passing jet if they ever painted it at full power. I've never believed that. (because of how jets are built, not because I had doubts about the raw output power those things were capable of) But I can easily see it making a very bad day for anything with a visible (in the emitter's view) antenna between about a quarter inch and 2 or 3 inches long.

Comment Re:OK but misses a larger problem (Score 1) 367

Just FYI, my posts are the ones that say "Orgasmatron" at the top. Lemme quote myself a bit here, everything I've had to say about the evidence:

Which crime lab destroyed the evidence? Her crime lab destroyed the evidence. The state crime lab had a match already and handed the intact evidence over to the defense, which promptly destroyed it. Then, in a move that only a lawyer could love, the defense asked that the key evidence be thrown out because after destroying it, they were unable to verify the state lab's conclusion.

The lawyer is not to participate in the destruction of evidence.

In some versions of the story, the state crime lab only cut out half of the blood spot, leaving enough for a retest. The defense then cut a sample from an unknown location, didn't find anything, then lost the remainder of the article so it was impossible to tell if the defense had actually tested the same spot or not.

Hmm. No one confused here but you. Speaking of confusion:

Post 53075403 links to an article then says "The evidence was never under her control. She didn't cause it to be lost."

And yet, in the linked article, I found "Clinton said she got permission from the court to take the underwear to a renowned forensics expert in New York City to see if he could confirm that the evidence had been invalidated.".

Hmm. What is the next step after getting permission to transport the evidence to NYC? Really only two things can happen next. Either she took possession of the evidence and took it to the NYC lab, or she didn't bother getting it tested at all.

Let me tell you now that the second option doesn't make her look any better than the first. She says that the expert looked at it, so if she actually take it to NYC, she needs to explain why she pretended that she had.

Seriously, WTF is wrong with you? My old quake handle and slashdot nickname has never been more relevant than this election year. Here is what Hillary thinks of you, her enabler:

I twist the truth, I rule the world, my crown is called deceit
I am the emperor of lies, you grovel at my feet
I rob you and I slaughter you, your downfall is my gain
And still you play the sycophant, and revel in your pain
And all my promises are lies, all my love is hate
I am the politician, and I decide your fate

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