.: 2011

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Attract government spies by tweeting these words

"The Department of Homeland Security makes fake users on Twitter and Facebook with which to follow suspicious people. But what if you're not shifty enough to get your own government e-stalker? No problem: Just tweet "My cow collapsed, and now there's a human to animal infection outbreak among illegal immigrants."

More on this @ Gawker.com (Great news source, but not better than this blog)

I cannot believe what I am reading. All my paranoia and conspiracies about the internet become truer by the day. Don't you sit there when your internet slows down and your trying to spread some message that you know the government would not enjoy, and wonder...hmm...is this the government slowing my internet down or blocking this site?. A message like "yeah, try drugs, their not that bad." or "keep the media and government and politics seperate." You get what I'm saying, point is, you are not harming anyone by saying these words. "Human to animal Contact"? W...T...F... is going on. First their passing a bill allowing military personnel to have sex with animals and now I see this? What on earth is going on? I know bestiality harms living creatures but words?? Come on. I was bullied in middle school and to be honest, I really don't enjoy all this focus on bullying. Kids are kids, and there will be an endless waterfall of cruelty among them forever. So you can sell all the lady Gaga t-shirts you want but it's not going to stop those tears or those suicides.

Anyway back to the subject at hand here, another thing I notice and have confirmed lately with news stories like this is that there are also "spies" or as I like to think of them as "plants" or "pawns", that go into forums and spread anti-radical or anti-movement propaganda. I always suspected this and I learned it's a real problem among the internet community (the ones trying to change the world with words, the very thing that attracts government spies).

So, you're telling me that you are going to pay me to read someone's twitter all day? Or to go into internet forums/youtube videos and say "The NDAA doesn't exist, they are trying to scare you". Game on, I'm there. Would you sell out and do this, knowing that you are destroying your own dignity and just plainly a bad american and the opposite of a patriot? I'm really asking myself this. Words are harmless but spying is not kosher. I really think these jobs are just created for the sole purpose of creating jobs, and creating job growth. What do you think? I've considered that there aren't enough of these jobs to even effect the percentage of jobs created, but useless jobs like this could contribute to employment thus getting whoever in charge re-elected. Everything is political.

On the subject of words creating harmful situations I also think it's complete bullshit that you can lock someone up in a hospital for saying they are suicidal or saying they want to kill themselves. Fuck it, I don't even care if someone is saying they're going to kill others, or many. They really don't mean it, if someone is going to kill themselves, it's most likely that their just going to do it. If someone going on a murder rampage, their going to do it. Not the gas station attendant that got his hands dirty with no tip and a customer with a bad attitude who is going to "kill" somebody. Our freedom of speech is non-existent when it comes to these things.

Tying all this together, when I was in seventh grade (and getting bullied hard), I made an observation when seeing a picture of some "peanuts" characters (charlie brown). It was one of those in between the motivational posters. It depicted children of all different cultures, colors, and religious creeds holding hands around the globe.

"There's no kid in a wheelchair," I said, "There's usually a kid in a wheelchair" A very sharp and true observation.

We had these new things called "bully slips", and my teacher, being in this ignorant PC civilization, gave me one, and I got in trouble, for some harmless words I'm pretty sure I said to my best friend. How is this bullying? I don't know. Taking political correctness to this level is sickening and self-defeating. Hypocritical and nonsensical.

So next time someone "threatens" to kill you, man up and take those words, then consider getting him a gift basket, I hear those work.

Will China Outsmart the U.S.?

Three months before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Angus Echols, a member of DuPont’s executive committee, began shaping the chemical giant’s plans for the coming decade. The U.S. would soon be at war, he explained in a series of memos and high-level discussions, and the company needed to aid the effort. But it also needed to think far ahead. When the war ended, Echols argued, women would want to buy cheap stockings. And where was DuPont on this crucial matter?

more here:

New york times article

[edit:] I feel like we have a silent war with china. For example I feel like SOPA has a lot to do with all the money we're losing because of their counterfeit software black market trading. I mean imagine working for photoshop and losing 900 because some guy in china knows how to burn a cd.

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Grow it proud

   ˙ǝɯ ɹoɟ ʇı op ʇsnɾ ʍouʞ noʎ puɐ pɹɐǝq ʇɐɥʇ ƃuıɹɐǝʍ ʎoɾuǝ ʇsnſ  ˙ɹǝɥʇıǝ pɹɐǝq ɹǝdoɹd ɐ ʍoɹƃ ʇouuɐɔ I ɹoɟ 'ǝɯ ɹoɟ spɹɐǝq puɐ sǝɥɔɐʇsnoɯ ɹnoʎ ʍoɹƃ oʇ ǝƃɐssǝɯ ʇuǝƃɹn uɐ sı ʇɟıƃ sıɥ┴  ˙ɟlǝsɯıɥ ǝuo ʍoɹƃ ʇɔɐɟ uı ʇouuɐɔ ǝɥ ɟı sǝɥɔɐʇsnoɯ ɟo ʇɟıƃ ǝɥʇ ǝʌıƃ uɐɯ ɐ uɐɔ ɥʇɹɐǝ uo ʍoɥ 'ɟlǝsɹnoʎ ƃuıʞsɐ ǝq ʎɐɯ no  ˙ǝuo ʍoɹƃ ʇou uɐɔ I ɹoɟ 'ʎʇıuɹǝʇǝ ɹoɟ sǝɥɔɐʇsnoɯ ʇɐǝɹƃ noʎ ǝʌıƃ I

'plɹoʍ ǝɥʇ ɟo ǝloǝd ƃuƃıuǝʌǝ pooפ

THe evolution of the science of music

This Blog has been taken over by hackers, this is now a cat blog.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Army Vet. Exposes War Crimes

Dear Mr. Waddle,
My name is John Needham.  I am a member of Bravo Company, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Infantry division, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, (BCo,2-12INF,2BCT,2ID .  I deployed with my unit to Iraq from October 2006 until October 2007 when I was medically evacuated for physical and mental injuries that I suffered during my deployment.  The purpose of my letter is to report what I believe to be war crimes and violation of the laws of armed conflict that I personally witnesses while deployed in Iraq.

full letter here :   article30034

Monday, December 19, 2011

Anonymous Hacker Group Attacks Egyptian Government Sites

From he Huffington Post:

NEW YORK — Hacker activists started attacking Egyptian government websites on Wednesday, apparently taking them offline soon after the country restored Internet service.
An Internet forum run by a loose international group that calls itself "Anonymous" directed participants to attack the websites of the Egyptian Ministry of Information and the ruling National Democratic Party. Neither was accessible from New York on Wednesday afternoon.
In a Twitter post, the group claimed credit for taking down the ministry's website and said the group was motivated by a desire to support Egyptian protesters.
The same group rallied to support WikiLeaks in November and December, attacking websites of companies it saw as hampering the document-distribution site.
The Egyptian government cut off all Internet service in the country on Friday, then restored it early Wednesday.
One member of Anonymous, speaking on condition of anonymity because of the possibly illegal nature of its activities, said the number of participants in the attacks was much lower than it was in December. Thousands of young people then joined in attacks on such sites as MasterCard.com and Visa.com – in those cases because the payment processors declined to transfer money to WikiLeaks.
But because the Egyptian government websites are much easier to take down, the lower number of participants is still adequate, the member said.
The member said the weapon of choice for the hackers is the same as in December: a small program called Low Orbit Ion Cannon. It sends out a flood of fake traffic to a selected website, swamping it if it doesn't have enough capacity.

WikiLeaks trial reveals Army security SNAFU

The ongoing pretrial of Pfc. Bradley Manning has revealed a shocking lack of security procedures in the soldier's former intelligence unit which was once stationed in Iraq.
According to testimony obtained by The Guardian, soldiers were permitted to store movies on supposedly "secure" computer databases and listen to commercial CDs where "secure" computers were in operation.

In addition, discs were left "strewn about," as the military failed to implement an effective system to prevent the removal of classified data from the building. 

Manning stands accused of illegally downloading thousands of classified and sensitive documents that eventually ended up on the whistle-blowing WikiLeaks website, which published 251,287 cables.   

Security expert David Shaver recently testified that 10,000 additional files weren't posted due to a corrupt file which was ultimately recovered by forensic tools. 

Although the USB ports were blocked on Army PCs as per standard operating procedure (SOP), Manning managed to install a CD copying program and subsequently burned the files to a disc labeled Lady Gaga. 


- more at  TGDAILY.com

Obama signs NDAA!!!