wasnt me, I swear, guv
28 posts • joined 1 May 2014
Re: Just waiting for the inevitable
you might be surprised how many people on this side of the border are actually approving the idea of that wall. ( except for the payment of course). Quebec may even supply the high voltage power for the usual top barb wire.
And for the exact same reason: stop the C**** from the south coming in.
Re: Who's to say whether the plaintext matches the cryptoed text?
Yes I am sure that was the problem.
Not the fact the scope was badly define by the fed's procuration, changed countless times while the basic system was build, the govt sponsor was replaced after 4 months, the new one (political appointment) rejected everything that was done because could not understand it, rebaselined on his own definition of what should be delivered and change the main supplier ( and that happened 3 times: new sponsor, baseline and main supplier in 14 months, while the grunts were still developping with the old specs) and the mainframe specs were also modified after delivery (twice).
Yes, I do have some inside info about that mess, should you ask.
That's your problem right there...
the ACX Crystal is 223 metres.... (731ft, or 243 yards) - USS Fitzgerald incident
the Alnic MC is 180 metres (600 ft, or 200 yards) - USS John S. McCain incident.
That 300ft must be coming from the same radar...
Sorry, could not resist, but it is beyond comprehension this class of warship can not see a container ship, at least twice it's size, on a collision course.
Thoughts and prayers with the families.
Big Cable falls into wormhole to alternate universe, sends back blog post about USA's amazing broadband
Re: Wot? You even planned to be elsewhere?!?
Nope. The 150th is more than July 1st. Many special celebration all year.
And for the Montreal 375th also.
(we were in Ottawa on th 1st btw)
The vacation plan was for the next 2 weeks, so instead of 1 week in Old Orchard, we are heading to NS !
Dont know yet for the other week. Will se as we go.
Djesus Khrist on a byke! I knew our south neighbours where kinda weird, but lately they are reaching new heights!
BTW, we (some 8 family and friends) were planning some R&R in Maine ( a classic for Montreal folks).
My wife is Ukrainian, my friend is Iranian, his wife is Tunisian. So much fun with the "new rules"
Just canceled the hole thing. Had so much fun telling that to the resort manager in Old Orchard.
Will stay here and enjoy the 150th instead.
Canadian Immigration website has crashed...
I am so glad it crashed. I just hope they dont fix it.
But I do agree on one thing with the Donald: We need to build a big wall.But on the 49th paral.
We have enough of refugees from war torn country, we do not need political refs.
Sorry America, but you did vote for it.
come again ?
Its status in court meant “the CSIS had an elevated obligation to inform the Court of the use it was making of non-threat-related information collected through the operation of warrants”, but “it failed to do so.”
“I conclude that the retention of associated data falls outside the CSIS’s legislatively defined jurisdiction and does not respect the CSIS’s limited primary mandate and functions,” the judgement states.
Read again carefully.
Illegally collecting information not related to a case is not what was the judge's beef. It was the undisclosed "retaining" ( with no time limit ) of it, WITHOUT informing the court.
So basically : sure, go ahead, fish as much as you can, just let the court know about it, after the fact.
Re: "...$15,000 easily recoverable over ten years..."
Well at those price, I would go off grid completly.
I am really sorry if it is the market price for your area.
Over here ( almost ashame to say it ) we pay around 7 cent ( in Can money) per Kw, no day/night shit, at the customer level. Some big user have a better deal.
error in title...
Last month, the OPM admitted that the personnel records of 4.1 million federal government employees had been stolen from its servers by hackers unknown. Then on Thursday the OPM revealed that an additional 21.5 million dossiers...
So that 25 million Merkans lives...
that we know about...
The "attack on Parlement" :
The attacker, Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, was a 32-year-old Canadian habitual offender and drug addict from Montreal. Considered by several acquaintances to have mental issues, he had been observed by acquaintances and mosque staff exhibiting erratic behaviour. Zehaf-Bibeau, who had a Libyan-Canadian father, had converted to Islam in 2004 and visited Libya. At the time of the shooting, Zehaf-Bibeau planned to leave Canada for the Middle East, living in a homeless shelter in Ottawa while waiting for the processing of his Canadian passport application. According to RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson the "passport issue was central to what was driving" Zehaf-Bibeau. Zehaf-Bibeau made a video prior to the attack in which he expressed his motives as being related "to Canada's foreign policy and in respect of his religious beliefs." To acquaintances and co-workers, he had previously expressed support for jihadists and others in the Middle East resisting the West's intervention, but was not known to the police to be a terrorism risk. In his mother's opinion, the attack was the "last desperate act" of someone with a mental disorder who felt trapped.
So tell me: How those "new mesures" would have detected this guy, if everything he planned was already on the open, including the security processing for his passport by the Mounties ?
( and sorry, I is whether, not weather )
I am from the Kebeckistan region of Kanuckistan, we speek a different tongue !
nicely define bounds...
It says the Canadian Security Intelligence Service will be able to take within and outside Canada "measures to reduce threats to the security of Canada, including measures that are authorised by the Federal Court".
so ... anything, anywhere, weather is has been authorised or not.
Welcome to Kanukistan.