Wednesday, December 08, 2010

My Friends, THIS is the power of the internet

In response to several companies buckling to pressure from the government to help censor WikiLeaks, Mastercard, paypal, and a host of others have come under attack by hackers (labelled "Anonymous" (as in a proper-noun) by the media, which is hilarious. They truly do NOT understand technology). It's a long story, but a picture is worth a thousand words:

Folks, this is a big deal. "The internet" has had enough of the "government", and they are fighting back. Sure, Julian Assange is a colossal douchecanoe, but I can't fault what he's doing with WikiLeaks. It's time to call .gov on it's BS. Truly, we live in interesting times.

Tuesday, December 07, 2010

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Thursday, December 02, 2010

Did you ever...

Did you ever think you would see these words in print:

However, as the LA Times noted, the new rules are "unclear" on whether TSA agents can touch children's genitals.

Truly, we live in interesting times.