* Posts by d2

35 posts • joined 25 Aug 2011

Brit competition regulator will soon be able to seize rogue traders' domains – and even Amazon accounts


Re: So by saying...

check out inspired GrrrGraphics★BenGarrison's covid Phony Baloney :



cogent analYsis by Kelly Brogan et al: 'Why We Stay Asleep When Covid-19 Is Trying to Wake Us Up'


A History of (Computer) Violence: Wait. Before you whack it again, try caressing the mouse


Re: The tine of a forklift wielded like a scalpel

even better...


Fork Lift Driver Klause - English Dub



Amazing forklift tricks! Picking up a coin with a forklift and placing it on top of a water bottle


Re: The tine of a forklift wielded like a scalpel

✔gruesomely/ highly entertaining BFTP✔taa, v.much,FeRDNYC


Chap joins elite support team, solves what no one else can. Is he invited back? Is he f**k


Re: not neccessarily very good at brown-nosing...

'If they're so Creative...'seems the label of 'artsy fartsy' is apt for that lot


Re: not neccessarily very good at brown-nosing...

a lot of that about...'Why the US Military Can’t Fight

This article explains that the way to become a general is to spend your military life sucking up to the higher ups. Medal of Honor winners generate envy, and this ends their career. Corporate rise also depends on sucking up. Consequently, we are deprived of both military and corporate leadership. '


Town admits 'a poor decision was made' after baseball field set on fire to 'dry' it more quickly


Re: Why not construct SportsBall pitches with proper drainage

pro templates: https://bsbproduction.s3.amazonaws.com/portals/10758/docs/turface%20articles/turface%20field%20maintenance%20tips.pdf


Re: Quick dry



Turface Quick Dry Infield 4 in 1

Baseball field mix Quick Dry turface Axis absorbtion MVP



Turface Quick Dry

Save the Game from Rain!

The fine particles of Turface® Quick Dry®

make it the perfect choice

for quickly clearing up puddles and mud on skinned infields.

Just dump and rake to make your infield safe and playable.

Absorbs its weight in water!

Won’t harden or cake like similar water-absorbing products

Used to rescue more infields than any other brand

Hello, tech support? Yes, I've run out of desk... Yes, DESK... space


Re: Hmm

'toon Transcript

Dogbert answers the phone and says,

"This is Dogbert. How may I abuse you?"

The Boss sits at his desk and says into the telephone, "I need to move my cursor to the right but my mouse is at the edge of the mousepad."

Dogbert asks, "Have you tried rebooting without saving your files?"

The Boss replies, "Yeah, several times."

Dogbert asks, "Have you tried moving your desk?"

The Boss pushes his desk.

The Boss says, "It didn't work."

Dogbert says, "You need my $800 mousepad upgrade."

The Boss asks Carol, "What account does this get charged to?"

Carol replies, "'Idiot Expense,' just like everything else."

Lip-reading smart speakers: Just what no one always wanted


tip of the iceberg?


Wireless Technology:Ultra Convenient. Endlessly Entertaining. Criminally Instigated.Terminally Pathological.

By Peter G. Tocci

The intent of this article is to show that wireless technology is, without remedy other than termination, one of the most devastating environmental and health threats—and threats to personal liberty—ever created.

Included is discussion of the criminal deceit employed by U.S. Government agencies, concealing awareness (beginning at least a decade prior to marketing) and ignoring/dismissing voluminous scientific evidence, of severe health impacts of radiation such as that emitted by wireless infrastructure and devices.

Peer-reviewed studies were published from the 1950’s up to the initial wireless rollout in Orwellian 1984 (with many thousands since). It follows that the industry also practiced deceit at the outset. It suppressed findings from, and attempted to discredit, a 5-year study project it was forced by circumstance to fund and initiate nearly a decade later (3G era).

Specific human-health effects of mobile telecom and WiFi are identified. Emphasized, however, is the far-reaching, quite probably fatal, threat to environment – all species, with the possible exception of some microorganisms...

Sorry, Linux. We know you want to be popular, but cyber-crooks are all about Microsoft for now


Re: Oi! Keep quiet

ahhh, BFTP...


The lion and Albert - Stanley Holloway



Famous monologue.

Sorry about the jump, but that's vinyl for you.

The missing words are:-

"a grand little lad was their Albert

all dressed in his best"

'What's up, Skip?' asks paraglider – before 'roo beats the snot out of him


r3 ??? diagnosis

hmmm, methinks 'tis a case of 'roo roid rage'

I used to be a dull John Doe. Thanks to Huawei, I'm now James Bond!


Re: All Brit's and EU citizens should purchase a WhaHey phone.



Dec. 17, 2018

“Five Eyes” Intelligence Agencies


Drive Against Chinese Telecom Giant Huawei.

to “co-ordinate

banning” Huawei from 5G mobile phone networks

By Nick Beams

Global Research, December 14, 2018

Evidence has come to light that US operations against the Chinese telecommunications giant HuaWei (华为) and the arrest and detention of one of its top executives, Meng Wanzhou, to face criminal charges of fraud brought by the US Justice Department are the outcome of a coordinated campaign by the intelligence agencies of the so-called “Five Eyes” network.

According to a major report published in the Australian Financial Review (AFR) yesterday, the annual meeting of top intelligence officials from countries in the network—the US, Britain, Australia, New Zealand and Canada

—held last July

decided to “co-ordinate banning” Huawei from 5G mobile phone networks.

The two-day meeting,

held in the Canadian capital, Ottawa,


that the intelligence chiefs should spend time publicly explaining “their concerns” about China.

In the months that followed “an unprecedented campaign” has been waged by the five members of the network “to block the tech giant Huawei from supplying equipment for their next-generation wireless networks” which has now led to the arrest of Meng in Canada.

...Other evidence

of the way in which the US intelligence and military apparatus

is driving

the attack on Huawei and Chinese technology companies more broadly

has been revealed

in an article published in the Financial Times yesterday.

It cited a leaked memo, “apparently written by a senior National Security Council official” warning about the implications of the rise of Huawei to become the world’s biggest supplier of telecommunications equipment and that it was leading the field in the development of 5G.

“We are losing it,” the memo said. “Whoever leads in technology and market share for 5G deployment will have a tremendous advantage towards … commanding the heights of the information domain.”

The memo said 5G was “by no means simply a ‘faster 4G’” but was “a change more like the invention of the Gutenberg press” as it would bring faster speeds, lower lead times between the network and the device and had a much larger capacity to transfer data.

These developments, the article said, will underpin self-driving cars, artificial intelligence and machine-to-machine communications, and will “transform the way everything from hospitals to factories operate.”

China was far ahead in preparing for 5G which requires more base stations than existing networks and had almost 2 million cell sites in early 2018, ten times the number in the US. According to the Deloitte consultancy there are 5.3 sites for every 10 square miles in China compared to 0.4 in the US.

These figures make clear the reason for the ferocity of the US economic war against China. It fears that its economic and military supremacy is under direct threat and is determined to take all measures considered necessary to counter China’s rise.




'The US has increasingly been wielding


legal definitions and measures

as if

it is the world’s judge and jury.'

'The arbitrariness of US “justice” has got to the febrile point


Washington is threatening all nations,


its supposed European allies,


legal punishment if they don’t toe the line on its designated policy.'

London Gatwick Airport reopens but drone chaos perps still not found


Re: Mass hysteria, sightings of the Virgin Mary, the Emperor's New Clothes, false positives

yup...TheSheeple must be controlled by hook or crook...alas, no questions asked...the official load of codswallop downed meekly by the unthinking&unwashed...

Logic&critical reasoning be damned. Welcome to the 21st ct!

Beware! Medical AI systems are easy targets for fraud and error


Re: Attack vector

NBD...med fraud has been around for decade$ : https://www.naturalnews.com/051482_cancer_industry_overdiagnosis_false_positives.html

Unbelievable scam of cancer industry blown wide open: $100 billion a year spent on toxic chemotherapy for many FAKE diagnoses... National Cancer Institute's shocking admission affects millions of patients...Tens of millions of people who have been diagnosed with "cancer" by crooked oncologists -- and scared into medically unjustified but extremely profitable chemotherapy treatments -- never had any sort of life-threatening condition to begin with, scientists have confirmed...

Royal Navy destroyer leaves Middle East due to propeller problems


'Lore of the Sea'

Methinks, 'tis better to be a limey stuck on the briney, than to be a dozey yank on a destroyer menacing all in its path: http://www.oldsaltblog.com/?s=us+navy+collisions



We Have Met the Enemy and He is Us — Will the Navy Learn From Tragic Collisions?

Posted on August 29, 2017 by Rick Spilman

Two high tech guided missile destroyers charged with protecting the fleet from incoming missiles somehow failed to avoid collision with two slow-speed commercial vessels. Tragically, seventeen sailors died in the collisions. Some immediately blamed cyber-hacking,  although a Navy investigation has turned up zero evidence to support the claim.  Now, the focus is on more prosaic and avoidable causes — inadequate training, sleep deprivation, and poor ship management.

The Navy Times put it simply —

“Maybe today’s Navy is just not very good at driving ships.”

They write: “The problem is years in the making. Now, the current generation of officers rising into command-level billets lacks the skills, training, education, and experience needed to operate effectively and safely at sea, according to current and former officers interviewed by Navy Times.” ..



US Navy Turns on AIS — Useful Tool, Band-aid, or Both?

Posted on September 22, 2017 by Rick Spilman

Following the recent collisions between US Navy destroyers and merchant ships, various internet sites posted the AIS tracks of the collisions. Well, they posted half the AIS tracks anyway.  The merchant ships used AIS while the Navy did not...


Does US Navy Can-Do, Never-Say-No Culture Promote Accidents?

Posted on November 13, 2017 by Rick Spilman

The US Navy has rightfully been undertaking a considerable review and revaluation of the problems that led to the recent ship collisions between the USS Fitzgerald and the USS John S. McCain with commercial vessels, resulting in the deaths of  17 sailors. …


Destroyer USS John S. McCain Collides with Tanker — 10 Missing, 5 Injured

Posted on August 21, 2017 by Rick Spilman

In the second major collision between a US Navy destroyer and a merchant ship in the last three months, the USS John S. McCain was damaged in a collision with a tanker near Singapore. Five sailors were injured and 10 are missing. …


The USS Fitzgerald Is At Fault. This Is Why — Commentary by gCaptain’s John Konrad

Posted on June 20, 2017 by Rick Spilman

gCaptain’s Captain John Konrad has a excellent post today that describes in detail why he believes that the destroyerUSS Fitzgerald was at fault in its recent collision with the container ship ACX Crystal.  He suggests a simple rule for avoiding collisions with Navy warships is missing: “If it’s grey stay away.”

Konrad details the likely communications failures on the Fitzgerald, which are endemic on most Navy ships. He also describes the difference in training and focus of the merchant versus the naval captain, as well as the resources available to and responsibilities of each. And, no, he does not argue that the USS Fitzgerald was solely at fault. As he points out, “Under COLREGS, whenever two ships touch each other, both ships are to blame.”



The USS Fitzgerald Is At Fault. This Is Why  ...

Malware hidden in vid app is so nasty, victims should wipe their Macs


BGates,malware post mS


A Meticulous Analysis of History



Pinky and the Brain sing about the benefits of history.

Well, Brain sings about that. Pinky sings about how boring it is XD

ahh, good ol' boy.Billy, right from TheBrain's songbook:


ExxonMobil, BP, Chevron, DynCorp, G4S, Walmart and McDonald’s are just a few of the companies that the mega ‘charity’ supports.

With an endowment larger than all but four of the world’s largest hedge funds, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is easily one of the most powerful ‘charities’ in the world. According to its website, the organization “works to help all people lead healthy, productive lives.”


India Kicks Out Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (Video)

TDC Note- It sounds like India has wised up to the Gates Foundation and their eugenics program.

HPE coughed up source code for Pentagon's IT defenses to ... Russia


Re: Ha ha ha ha ha! Ha ha ha ha ha! <cough> Ha ha ha ha ha!

exactly...viz, http://www.visualcapitalist.com/putting-americas-defense-spending-into-perspective/

Putting America’s Defense Spending into Perspective

JEFF DESJARDINS on February 8, 2016

Wouldn’t it be a strange world to live in if

50% of military spending was paid for by just 5% of the population?...




The White House

in May requested a $4 trillion federal budget for fiscal 2018,

which begins Oct. 1.

The spending plan is notable

because it marks President Donald Trump's first budget request

and calls

for boosting defense spending by cutting domestic programs...

Jodie Who-ttaker? The Doctor is in



needs be said: ' TV Show “Doctor Who” Changes Name to “Nurse Who” After Realizing There Are No Woman Doctors By Lord Lockwell'


Software, not wetware, now the cause of lousy Volvo drivers


qu'elle suprise,eh?

Volvo, take note:


Problems with audio, communication, entertainment, and navigation (ACEN) systems

now account for 20% of all customer-reported problems at vehicle dealerships, according to the latest J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability Study...The problems most often reported by owners are Bluetooth pairing/connectivity and built-in voice recognition systems misinterpreting commands. Navigation system difficult to use and navigation system inaccurate are also among the 10 most frequently reported problems...

Aircraft now so automated pilots have forgotten how to fly


Re: JU-52s

awww,just a wee tidbit about the Nagging Nachthexen, WWll aviatrix Witches of Stalingrad 'Any German pilot who downed a "witch" was automatically awarded an Iron Cross.--MEGAN GARBER,

Night Witches: The Female Fighter Pilots of World War II Members of the 588th Night Bomber Regiment

decorated their planes with flowers... and dropped 23,000 tons of bombs




The Witches developed the technique of flying close to their intended targets,

then cutting their engines.

Silently they would glide to their targets and release their bombs.

[...a rustling sound above, almost like wind through a broomstick.

Before you can investigate,

the darkness lights up with a blinding flash and a deafening explosion.

The Night Witches have struck again!

...The planes’ tiny engines ... tended to stall easily,

requiring the pilot

to climb out

and turn the propeller by hand

to get it started again.

--Miss Cellania ]

There's data in your dashboard, so liberate it from Big Auto's grasp


Re: Anyone else like the old way better?

hmmm, if you get a job in the parts dept at any German auto dealership,

you'll get an eyeful,nay a bellyfull of bags of electrical/electronic parts that are 'given' out like candy during routine servicing...blew my mind, as was brainwashed by dear old dad, who praised teutonic iron [he had a ford]...at least Lucas relays et al didn't require a bank loan.

Why voice and apps sometimes don't beat an old-fashioned knob


let's all do it




The Big Bang Theory


it-could-happen-to-you Dept



51: 53

by superannuatedlps

CES: WELCOME YOUR ROBOT OVERLORDS... and, er, co-workers


at work&at play


The Big Bang Theory - Sheldon as a Robot


Canal de TBBTVideos

Australia dumbs down: Chief Scientist says research performance lags the world


just as well...

[ just like the FDA, which is a mouthpiece for big pHarma]


EPA Barred From Getting Advice From Scientists

November 22, 2014 | by Stephen Luntz

Under a bill that has passed the US House,

the people best qualified to say whether a chemical is dangerous will not be allowed to do so

A bill passed through the US House of Representatives is designed to prevent qualified, independent scientists from advising the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). They will be replaced with industry affiliated choices, who may or may not have relevant scientific expertise, but whose paychecks benefit from telling the EPA what their employers want to hear...

Holy sh*t! Amsterdam man in pop-up public toilet shock horror


Re: And for women?


-just the ticket for maidens in distress

Thirteen Astonishing True Facts You Never Knew About SCREWS


how Canucks do it


Smoott's Screwdriver Episode1


Handyman Corner "Oil Change"


Take THAT, hated food! It's OVER, tedious chewing! Soylent strikes back with version 1.1


yikes! taste is the least problem :

An in-depth scientific review of sucralose (Splenda) reveals an extensive list of safety concerns, including toxicity, DNA damage, and heightened carcinogenic potential when used in cooking

When heated, it releases chloropropanols, which belong to a class of toxins known as dioxins. Dioxin—a component of Agent Orange—is among the most dangerous chemicals known to man

Sucralose can destroy as much as 50 percent of the microbiome in your gut. What’s worse, it appears to target beneficial microorganisms to a greater extent than pathogenic and other more detrimental bacteria

Both animal and human studies have shown that Splenda alters glucose, insulin and glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) levels, thereby promoting weight gain, insulin resistance, and type 2 diabetes...

--Dr Mercola,Science Review Reveals Laundry List of Health Hazards Associated with Splenda Consumption


Tooled-up Ryobi girl takes nine-inch grinder to Asus beach babe


Re: More Concerned About Safety Gear

yup...plus, when you push, you have control, as the full weight of torso&legs work together to cleave the stone...hmmm...pulling the tool results in useless shallow scoring & our girl ends up flat on her back...hmmm

Chihuahua TERROR: Packs of TINY hounds menace Arizona


Re: Local cats

- moggies Rule:


Cats Chasing Dogs | Funny Cats Chasing Dogs Compilation


Mr Twister's Funhouse

Massive! Yahoo! Mail! outage! going! on! FOURTH! straight! day!


Re: Yahoo Mail used to work.

@Fihart -Opera still works in yahoo...on par with firefox, which is to say, both are dragging their a_rses in the 'new improved' yahoo...is there any truth to the rumour that m$ contributed to the revamp?

It's official: Mac users are morally superior to Windows users


Re: The joke icon...

you betcha!??

Dave Mihalovic,PreventDisease.com notes:


'Bill Gates on GM foods, vaccines ...'

In the video above, Bill Gates states at 0:11:

"Over this decade, we believe unbelievable products can be made

both inventing new vaccines and making sure they get to all the children that need them."

At 0:20 he continues:

"We could cut the number of children who die every year

from about 9 million to half of that if we have success on it."

Now here is the statement straight from the source which should not leave any doubts

on the intention of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Listen carefully at 0:28:

"The benefits are in terms of reducing sickness,

reducing the population growth. It really allows a society to take care of itself once you've made that intervention."

TSA bars security guru from perv scanner testimony


Re: The simple solution


' Air Square is the Future

Air Square is the ultimate pre-flight safety

instructional video,

but not quite politically correct.'


Air Square

08 Min 07 Sec


Electric shock for air passengers?

By Michael Hampton

July 4, 2008

You check in at the airline ticket counter.

But instead of a boarding pass,

you get shackled with an electronic bracelet which

tracks your every move, contains all your personal

information, and can shock you senseless. ..

According to a video promoting the so-called EMD

Safety Bracelet, all airline passengers would be

required to wear it “until they disembark the flight

at their destination.”

...But, you asked for security and gave up your freedom

for it, and now you’re going to get it.


Bloke pays inked tribute to Top Gear


hmmm, location,location

methinks capt Slow tat / third leg interface is way too suggestive for some...

Big pharma discredited by Twitter drug-pushing: Official


@Anonymous Coward Better

Using a computer program, scientists analyzed 5,600 drug labels

and more than 500,000 labeled effects.

They found that the average drug comes with a list of 70 potential reactions,..

In fact, the more commonly prescribed drugs averaged around 100 side effects each,

with some drugs containing as many as 525 listed reactions.



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