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snerd
12-05-2012, 17:35
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=TuET0kpHoyM

cowboy1964
12-05-2012, 17:52
Is there anyone out there that hadn't already figured that out for themselves?

snerd
12-05-2012, 18:03
Is there anyone out there that hadn't already figured that out for themselves?
Millions of them.


http://lamarzulli.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/head-in-the-sand1.jpeg

barbedwiresmile
12-05-2012, 18:11
"If you don't like it, don't fly."

"There is no constitutional right to internet privacy."

Right, GT?

Who would mind 'heroes' reading your email and search history?

concretefuzzynuts
12-05-2012, 18:31
According to the video, most of us on GT are on a watch list.

Atlas
12-05-2012, 18:34
Hey, NSA!!! What's happenin' ? :wavey:

I never saw a purple cow,
I never hope to see one.
One thing I can say for sure,
I'd rather SEE one than BE one.


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KY Moose
12-05-2012, 18:55
Years ago I was told that the NSA doesn't spy on Americans because its illegal. But there's nothing that says the Brits, Canadians, and Australians can't do the work for us.

As for RT, or Russia Today, that's not the most fair and accurate news organization. I've yet to see one story that wasn't anti American, or pro capitalism in their programming.


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Ruble Noon
12-05-2012, 19:02
Years ago I was told that the NSA doesn't spy on Americans because its illegal. But there's nothing that says the Brits, Canadians, and Australians can't do the work for us.

As for RT, or Russia Today, that's not the most fair and accurate news organization. I've yet to see one story that wasn't anti American, or pro capitalism in their programming.


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The NSA is building a data collection center for the purpose of spying on pretty much everyone.

http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2012/03/ff_nsadatacenter/

I guess the Fusion centers weren't adequate.

http://www.dhs.gov/state-and-major-urban-area-fusion-centers

Ruble Noon
12-05-2012, 19:05
"If you don't like it, don't fly."

"There is no constitutional right to internet privacy."

Right, GT?

Who would mind 'heroes' reading your email and search history?

Or drive.

http://www.prisonplanet.com/tsa-seeks-permission-to-conduct-security-assessments-on-highways.html

The TSA is seeking permission from the Office of Management and Budget to conduct “security assessments” on highways as well as at 140 other public transportation hubs, including bus depots and train stations.

Atlas
12-05-2012, 19:05
<GT> "If you aren't engaged in criminal activities then you have nothing to worry about."</GT>

SCmasterblaster
12-05-2012, 19:26
I guess then I shouldn't go outside OCing here in VT.

IceAxe
12-05-2012, 20:06
If you want to see a good illustration of capabilities (presented as a fiction novel but founded on open source info) read Brad Thor's Black List

SCmasterblaster
12-05-2012, 20:18
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=TuET0kpHoyM

What next from our government?

snerd
12-05-2012, 20:37
What next from our government?
Oh, I think you know. That puts you a step ahead of millions of others.

SCmasterblaster
12-05-2012, 20:46
Oh, I think you know. That puts you a step ahead of millions of others.

Who knows what is next. Who would have thought that the BHO administration would allow semi-auto rifles to go into Mexico from US gun stores?

certifiedfunds
12-05-2012, 23:16
Or drive.

http://www.prisonplanet.com/tsa-seeks-permission-to-conduct-security-assessments-on-highways.html

TSA's charter doesn't limit it to air travel. It covers all forms of conveyance.

Gunnut 45/454
12-06-2012, 10:51
I see the Liberterians are *****ing again about Big Government! Well who did you vote for last election? Or did you not vote at all? Your chance to efffect change was then! Now you have 4 more year of the least transparent POTUS in history! Elections have consequences ! Enjoy!:rofl:

certifiedfunds
12-06-2012, 11:44
I see the Liberterians are *****ing again about Big Government! Well who did you vote for last election? Or did you not vote at all? Your chance to efffect change was then! Now you have 4 more year of the least transparent POTUS in history! Elections have consequences ! Enjoy!:rofl:

Who gave us TSA, homeland security and the patriot act? Republicans or democrats?


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snerd
12-06-2012, 12:05
You can lead a horse to water..................

NBT
12-06-2012, 21:13
What next from our government?

http://www.pcworld.com/article/2018940/verizon-patents-dvr-that-tracks-your-actions.html

certifiedfunds
12-06-2012, 21:28
http://www.pcworld.com/article/2018940/verizon-patents-dvr-that-tracks-your-actions.html

That should make pron watching very interesting

The Machinist
12-06-2012, 21:33
I see the Liberterians are *****ing again about Big Government! Well who did you vote for last election? Or did you not vote at all? Your chance to efffect change was then! Now you have 4 more year of the least transparent POTUS in history! Elections have consequences ! Enjoy!:rofl:
Right. Because Romney was going to disband the TSA. :upeyes:

barbedwiresmile
12-07-2012, 05:16
I see the Liberterians are *****ing again about Big Government! Well who did you vote for last election? Or did you not vote at all? Your chance to efffect change was then! Now you have 4 more year of the least transparent POTUS in history! Elections have consequences ! Enjoy!:rofl:

Had we only elected McCain or Romney, things would be going swimmingly.

"The least transparent POTUS in history..." Acquaint yourself with the term 'recency bias'.

When you make comments like the one quoted above, does it hurt?

snerd
12-07-2012, 10:13
..... Acquaint yourself with the term 'recency bias'.............
Learn something new every day. Thanks!


Chronological snobbery

............. a term coined by friends C. S. Lewis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C._S._Lewis) and Owen Barfield (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Owen_Barfield), is a logical argument (and usually when thus termed, considered an outright fallacy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fallacy)) describing the erroneous argument that the thinking, art, or science of an earlier time is inherently inferior when compared to that of the present. As Barfield explains it, it is the belief that "intellectually, humanity languished for countless generations in the most childish errors on all sorts of crucial subjects, until it was redeemed by some simple scientific dictum of the last century."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recency_bias