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Likes: Privacy, liberty, and a sane and reasonable future for everyone.Quote:
Dislikes: Big Brother politics invasive creepy weird technology bs etc
Yes, well... Benjamin Franklin was right about a lot of things... and so was Orwell and others.
I'm not fine with biometrics, DNA Databasing, genetic-cloning experiments, giving up my privacy to modern technology, government, corporate surveillance, GMOs, extreme conservatism, half of my family, government corruption, injustices, etc, etc. I am also displeased with other bad things such as forced circumcisions; nobody has the right to mutilate anyone for any reason, religious or cultural. Same goes for abortions in any form; hopefully there will be more abortion clinics mishaps. :V
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Guess what? GMOs are invading our seas infecting wild fish. Great.
The Constitution must not end where the digital domain begins.
''The idea that in order to reach the judicial branch, I must ask the executive branch to process my request is antithetical to the separation of powers required by our constitution. But, this whole deal -- the spying, the secret courts, the lying to us to "protect us" -- it's all antithetical to our values, isn't it?'' - Pretty sure the founders would agree.
http://www.thedailysheeple.com/the-great-american-... - Not without my consent? Really, now. Yeah, I think I want to opt-out right now!
We are a modern society and not mid-evil times, after all... sometimes I wonder. Should be considered an act of violence, then again we have those dumb ''hate crime'' laws that make zero sense because they end up resolving absolutely nothing and cause more problems. :V
We are an imperfect species and we will have the same problems, as history often tells.
Let's not invent this and say we did. Thank you!
This violates a good portion of the constitution.
http://tech.slashdot.org/story/13/05/30/2127225/un... - WTF? Who are the inventors of this mindless technology?
Modern technology is so new that we don't understand the ramifications they will cause in future generations. Welp, this is going to be interesting both ways because it seems that people really neglect basic thought about the problems they are creating with every new invention. Examples? Cloaking devices, GMO and genetic manipulation.
You never hear about these events.
The IRS already abused their powers, it's just a question of time for the NSA to abuse their activities. It's become clear that the federal government no longer serves the interests of the people. What we have now doesn't even fit the definition of government; they are a bunch of monkeys controlling other monkeys.
Hopefully the IRS will be abolished and we will have a simple flat-tax on all non-food items and clothes. And I'm not in favour of an internet tax because that would violate more of our privacy and steel more of our money than is necessary. The only problem would be the unknown amount of corporate flowing money into our political system, so maybe we do need an IRS to monitor investment portfolios?
There are reasons why I don't have a Facebook account or a mobile phone; I advise the same for all. Bad enough companies are now asking for passwords of individuals and wrongfully profiling them barring against employment.
''This is your America, folks: A runaway criminal police state where the routine government spying on your private conversations is openly admitted and even justified by the President.
Wake up, people! The U.S. government is a criminal operation. Just in the last few months, we've learned that the Department of Justice secretly taps the phones of reporters and journalists. The IRS secretly intimidates and terrorizes selected groups based on their political speech. And now we learn the NSA has been routinely spying on us all through a super-secret surveillance program that means none of our electronic communications are private from the government.''
I wonder how far this really lands and who started... and how we can stop it before, well. I have no answers. The fact that our government was hiding this is even more outrageous and suspicious. Just like the fact that Monosoto is trying to make it illegal for us the know what is in our food by corporate-lobbying with money to ban GMO labeling and possibly pulling strings in the FDA to put crap in our milk. :V
The fire's on the table. We are a very passive society. First thing we should do is cut off our service requests from Verizon and initialise a firsthand boycott.
Did I not tell you that the the future is going to be a very scary and dangerous place? Well, now you know. Noninvasive for now...
Yep, the great gaming crash is coming soon. Hopefully we'll go back to the older good consoles. And yes, this is a grotesque invasion of privacy, why would anyone want this in their homes? Seriously; this device won't survive for even a month. Also, Kinect is required because some at MS invested too much money into the device; therefor it is required.
http://www.theverge.com/2013/5/16/4338418/glass-pr... - Another issue?
https://duckduckgo.com (although I use http://gibiru.com for all of my searches)
Eh, do your own homework if you want privacy add-ons for Firefox and linux users.
Your right to privacy is pretty d*amn important and it is not going away without a fight! Regardless of some slob's new invention... a cloaking device would be nice, also pose extreme dangers, sort of like that movie '''Jump'''. Let us focus on curing diseases, and building people homes, please!
Thanks for attempting to profile and databse my personal information. Hard luck anyway; cLInts! For spying on me, or at least attempting to, I hope that you and your families die of incurable cancer; especially the people who work for the NSA and are data-mining. Eat shlt and die Duke Nukem style! Hopefully you and your families will suffer undetected heart failures and brain aneurysms. Same goes out toward the people who are attempting to advertise at me.
The future is pretty important, and respecting it is pretty important as well
Yeah, no, not going to post a list of 100 things I do not like, but I might do something else eventually, like discuss the fact that the US government killed John Lennon, or raise a few interesting points about granola bars. Maybe, eventually.
There are still a few things I would like to point out, but, eh. Eventually.
Song of the week (or whenever I feel like updating)
Jun Senoue, Tetsuyuki Maeda, Masaru Setsumaru, Tomonori Sawada, Masayuki Nagao, Sachio Ogawa, - [Sonic 3 & Knuckles] Balloon Park
Hey, wait a second, isn't government and corporate profiling, databasing, and surveillance unconstitutional? If this crap is all challenged (provided the supreme court actually reviews these issues), the next problem is private data mining. I have no answer nor solution to this problem.
Will things get better or worse? That is the question all of us should be asking. I really don't have any answers. :/
Modern pop music is sh1t!,The gaming industry is dying and movies are a mixed-bag, though I still feel the idea of filming electrically propelled meat to be pretty weird, and I have a strong distaste for Hollywood in general. Of course, I appreciate the fact that people put time out of their lives to develop and produce movies so I can't really say any work of art sucks, I just don't watch because I have no interest and how the movie industry behind the scenes is catastrophically dangerous to our free society. Want an example? Hollywood and their disillusioned greed.
You know what else is retarded? How the government spends billions of dollars breaking up families for smoking a harmless and beneficial plant. DEA? Good grief, let's cut funding immediately!
Imagine, it only took around 300 years for the government to become so massively corrupt and exploited by the richest. I understand that this is not Philadelphia, 1776 anymore, but is this the best we can do as a society?
If the moon was alive and was constantly watching Earth, I'm sure it would be quite pissed.
I guess the only ideal way of solving these problems would be to vote libertarian and kick these f*ckers out! Just maybe we can turn things around for our future. The problem still continues with foreign governments and possibly extraterrestrial? We are a noisy planet afterall.
Give me a Commodore 64, SNES, NES, Gamecube Virtual Boy or a Game Boy Colour, a 3D0, Sega CD, Saturn, 32X, Genesis Playstation 1 or a 2600 over modern gaming any day.
Want to know how to freak anyone out (if the situation is needed?) Show them a picture of a Cro-magnon or a Neanderthal. I bet they will never sleep or eat again... I never tried this because it is stupid.
Guns are also another international cancer, too bad it impossible to be cured; legislation or none.
Think twice; you never know what non-alienable right you might lose tomorrow! And no, I'm not religious, so I didn't use the term ''God-given''.
I guess all the sh!t that is constantly happening is enough to cause someone to start drinking.
Every move you make, every step you take, they'll be watching you...
I miss the 1990's when everything wasn't insane! Music, television and videogames were also much more amazing.
Why does modern pop/hip-hop music suck? The sound is cheap. Soul and substance is completely absent. People seem to have forgotten how to appreciate creativity since 1964-1999 (-2003?) What happened? Well, I have no real answers. People just stopped caring because everything is so much easier to make, and there is no need to give care, soul or attention? Maybe.
Hopefully the future won't be f*cked up and scary.
Hey Hailen, stop, ya proceed 'cause this is what ya need [brass instruments play with 90's drum beat] Hey Hailen, stop, ya proceed 'cause this is what ya need [brass instruments play with 90's drum beat] Hey Hailen, stop, ya proceed 'cause this is what ya need [brass instruments play with 90's drum beat]
I tend to be a realist, I don't care for that optimism sh1t. Paranoid and over-concerned? Maybe, but there is good reason nowadays with all the dumb things going on everywhere.
Old Western music is technically waltz music. Nobody ever thought of that before.
I just wanted to b1tch about a few retarded things. I did and now I'm done :V
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