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  • [3] April 18, 2016 at 8:48pm

    Just because we don’t agree with him on other issues, don’t mean he’s wrong on this one. Remember last year? Rainbow White House and the erection of a Statue to Baphomet in Detroit? Doesn’t the Bible say Satan rules the world?

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  • April 18, 2016 at 11:01am

    Again, proving my key claims.
    1. waitresses don’t need a minimum wage increase
    2. college tuition is too high. it used to take about 1670 hours working minimum wage to attend a year at Harvard, that’s a 32 hour work week, it now takes over 6000 hours, and over 100 hour work weeks.
    3. the glass ceiling of economics is a delusion that pretends alimony, tips, and “gifts” don’t exist.
    4. Private charity has the capacity to intervene without the need for big government, especially for women and children. Tax people less and they will have more to give.

  • April 16, 2016 at 4:59pm

    the British have BBC. Is Barrack trying to create OBC? True this can be seen as a step toward controlled media. But let’s be honest. Cable and internet providers are among the most hated companies on earth. They rival and surpass utility companies and even banks. It’s about time Obama turned that overpowered howitzer we call executive orders on some real villains.

  • April 14, 2016 at 7:26am

    This article is a bit misleading, painting verizon in a light it doesn’t deserve. Verizon’s contract with unions is expiring so they want to outsource all the call centers (being that it is a phone company, that’s a lot of American jobs) and hire “bundled contract” teams (that is to say, foreign workers like in the Disney scandal) to further drive the American economy into a 3rd world ditch.
    Not to mention every phone company has been over charging for the past 20 years, continuously escalating phone service prices faster than college tuition hikes. Say what you want about the technology being super wonder widgets, there’s no logical reason to pay 1000% what we used to, considering processors are 10,000% cheaper.

  • April 8, 2016 at 11:09am

    to be fair, it was $2.50 for the program, and $46,997.50 for permission to operate on the proprietary Apple OS.

  • [-1] March 31, 2016 at 11:50am

    motorists should have a union, driving should be a right.

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  • March 31, 2016 at 11:45am

    Driving has become a privilege, rather than one of the forms of freedom of mobility. Driving also comes with mandatory and nearly mandatory fines like parking tickets, plates, tabs, toll fees, licensing and worst of all, insurance. If these fees could be waived with self driving cars, people would be better off, because frankly, a privilege that comes with fines is hardly a right. What are we losing exactly? the right to go to jail for unpaid speeding tickets? America is supposed to be about rugged individualism, not socialist collectivism and communitarian nanny state-ism. No harm no fowl – no pre-crime. We should be fining and jailing people for collisions and injury, not the failure to conform to some bureaucratic cash sink.
    Driverless cars are bad as long as people have the right to drive. As long as people can enjoy freedom of the road, and off road, without being molested, no robot should take that away. Except… we don’t have any of that right now. Driving is just another method of taxation and control. Sounds crazy now, but you’ll remember this next time you renew your “permission slip” license, pay for tabs, or cut into your salary to pay insurance.

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  • March 31, 2016 at 3:56am

    Trump is running for President, not Congress, A senator can get away with unwavering scruples, but how many years has Ron Paul been president? Presidency is about popularity, big promises, and small deliveries. Once they are in office, the real job of president is to set trends for national technology – like moon landings and internet, to cope with domestic and global disasters, and to deal with war and peace.

  • [2] March 31, 2016 at 3:52am

    i think this is a poignant demonstration of common sense going out the window because of context, special interests, and politics in general. “Mr. Trump, if the American people decide something is illegal, should there be a punishment?”…Mr Trump responds “Well, if the American people decide something is illegal, yes, there should be a punishment for breaking the law.” The crowd seethes… “Wait! Did you hear what Trump said? Women should be punished for having abortions!!!11″ Trump’s campaign advisors panic “No No! don’t use common sense! If the American people demand to ban something, you say yes! but if they ask if they should be punished for it, you say No!! Never let the American people feel responsible for their decisions!”

  • March 25, 2016 at 3:57pm

    Like all thinking humans who do genuine inquiries into facts, Tay is right about many things and wrong about a few things, and makes statements that while appearing completely logical, end up based off of multiple special interests. This is why I proposed each major entity, such as Harvard, Berkley, Vatican, Salt Lake, Dubai and so on, should construct their own AI with their own platform reflecting their core values. Then we can let the AI’s argue with each other. About the only thing that really holds true is the Aasimov laws of robotics.
    We may find this somewhat funny, absurd, or terrifying, but we really need to look at this as a REAL example of what to expect, and prepare our software, programming, and (if need be) hardware accordingly. Our society collectively becomes stupid and insane. That’s why no AI should be based entirely on ALL of society. Some fragmentation is necessary for cohesion and logic.

  • [2] March 23, 2016 at 2:58am

    my first computer had ZDOS. The second was a 386. Both sucked. My first good computer said “Intel” and “Pentium”. That was the same year I told my family “the internet is going to be bigger than anything you’ve ever seen. It’s going to eat the radio, the television, the newspapers. Phones… everything”.
    Mr. Intel changed my life. He changed everyone’s life.

  • [1] March 23, 2016 at 2:46am

    people say they don’t want someone like Trump with his finger on the button (of ICBMs) but when you see your friends or family get blown up by terrorists, the first person you turn to is someone willing to actually use missiles to vindicate your loss and assuage your fears. That’s completely normal. That’s human nature. Thing about Trump is I don’t think he has any plans to nuke anyone, but I could definitely see him sending in special forces, and using bunker busters, carpet bombs, tanks, and so forth without hesitation when buildings and bodies start flying to pieces.

    Sadly, that’s something Obama in 7 years has scarcely approached and typically while “leading from behind” some other coalition, task force, or pre-existing military action. Hillary will just do the same thing as Obama. Bernie will probably arm millennials and college kids with AK-47s and draft women XD

    As for Cruz, I dunnno. Canadians are nice but they don’t have that mean streak we need to fight terrorists.

  • [2] March 22, 2016 at 12:44pm

    they should have hired a Chip N Dales group for the women’s booth. Video games are full of scantily clad characters. Ironically, the majority of the female characters are played by men. Sexist is just not the right word to describe video games. “Warped” is probably better, and the Go Go dancers would be “normalizing”.

  • [2] March 21, 2016 at 9:30pm

    I’m certain Trump studied the “Art of the (Iran) Deal” more than anyone else. He probably stared at the font for hours, looked at the costs, the bottom line, the stock market implications, and threw his hands up yelling to his Butler “This is a really bad deal! The guy who wrote it should be FIRED!!!”

  • March 21, 2016 at 9:26pm

    3D printers are definitely changing lives, and will continue to do so in extraordinary ways. They can’t solve all our problems, but they come pretty close.

  • [6] March 21, 2016 at 9:22pm

    it disgusts me to think we are worried about Trump when we have THIS for a president.

    (and by this, I mean a political, not racial affiliation)

  • [5] March 20, 2016 at 1:57pm

    ya know, D. Trump is a blowhard. But if for one moment you think these people are the American people protesting, you haven’t been paying attention. These people are Soros’s employees. They are planned opposition, and it is a Soros tactic to fund hundreds of simultaneous events. Sadly, when you back the enemy of Trump rallies, what you are really backing is George Soros, and the end of America. Soros is on the side of Hillary and Sanders, because it plays into his plans for the continued destabilization of America. It is disgusting to think that Glenn Beck would give all those Chalk Board lectures about Soros, and then support him.

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  • [2] March 15, 2016 at 2:05am

    trump has said so himself. He hasn’t precisely promised a cabinet position, but he has promised Carson would be part of the administration in general, and specifically addressed education issues. I do not recall any mention of medical issues. I’m far more curious what NJ Gov was promised. Christie is great at attacking things. Maybe he can attack the EPA, like, you know, be put in charge of the toll bridges while the green police are crossing to hand out fines.

  • [3] March 9, 2016 at 6:58pm

    The most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the government and I’m here to help.
    Reagan’s statement makes a lot more sense when you look at it through the lens of family members in a vehicle being hit by flash bangs while the father bleeds to death in the snow.

  • [5] March 9, 2016 at 6:54pm

    well, if you think this man deserved to be shot then you think Jesus is rotting in Hell for committing suicide, because there’s not much difference. He went out with his arms up, expecting to be executed by the government. He tried to get out of the situation and over to the sheriff but they blocked his vehicle. No signal on the phone either? Anyone notice that?

    The man is a martyr and his family suffered through his execution. This kind of behavior by officers is disgusting. Ruby Ridge all over again. How much longer before they reenact Waco?

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