The majority of Internet users are aware of what's going on with Comcast and their throttling practices, the idea of a tiered and non neutral Internet, immunity to the telco's for warrantless wiretapping, and countless other crimes that go completely against the principles this country was founded on. But what most people don't know is that the United States is far behind in their Internet infrastructure, which might explain why Internet service providers are so upset about people actually using the Internet. Instead of implementing their network infrastructure properly the first time, they probably went with the
most cost effective cheapest, and fastest solution. And by fastest, I don't mean downstream.
According to WhiteHouser.com, the U.S. congress has just passed a bill that grants immunity to telephone companies should they come to trial for domestic spying. That means warrantless eaves dropping on U.S. citizens is no longer a crime. Not terrorists, not illegal aliens, but United States citizens. Since most of, if not all the Internet is overseen by the telco companies, there's a 99% guarantee on-line activities are also subject to this unpatriotic, dictator like Nazi garbage. Here's an excerpt from the WhiteHouser.com post,
This is a new low ladies and gentleman. Even youtube has joined the anti-freedom campaign. A video of Jim Cramer interviewing Ron Paul today (December 14th, 2007) is not counting the number of views. Youtube visitors won't have the option of searching Ron Paul or Jim Cramer and seeing this video based on View Count. Simply stated, this means less publicity for the savior of America, Ron Paul.
FOX News never fails to amaze me. Their never ending sexual clips have even started a site that puts all FOX's sexy clips online, try searching Google for fox porn. That's how much sexual content this news site airs. Thanks to Crooks and Liars, I was able to catch this picture:
Katina Schubert, a high official in the German's Left Party, informed reporters that she's filed charges with the Berlin Police against Wikipedia. Her highly opinionated claim is that Wikipedia's German site has too much Nazi symbolism and excessive amounts of information regarding the Hitler Youth movement.
My loving sister and I often have intellectual discussions that warp, bend, and evolve into some pretty heavy stuff. We somehow got onto the topic of Bill O'Reilly and his moronic new book entitled Culture Warrior, as if this pervert is some inspirational figure out to save the masses, what a joke. Anyway, she pointed out the hilarious Amazon.com tags people were associating with this garbage, 369 at the time of this post. Here's a list of the ones I found most amusing.
Camp Delta's manual outlining standard operating procedures was recently leaked on Wikileaks.org. A direct link to the leaked document is available here: http://www.wikileaks.org/wiki/Gitmo-sop.pdf. Dated March 28th, 2003, this 238 page document appears official. Guantánamo spokesman, Army Lt. Col. Ed Bush, openly claimed the Cuban based prison camps "have evolved significantly since 2003, prompting many SOP changes."
A local burger joint imperatively requests drive through customers to, "Remove your Halloween mask at this time for customer and team member safety." A logical explanation to justify why you're driving around with a Halloween mask on your face may seem impossible to compile, but what's even more confusing is the logic behind this theory: removing your Halloween mask provides safety to customers and team members.