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amanfromMars
November 1, 2010 • 1:41 am

And what do you think of Randall’s comments, Robert?  A load of old bull to keep US military commanders happy and in receipt of government pork or a viable and accurate assessment of capability and facility, with the glaring caveat of  “supremacy if it adopts the correct approaches to cyberspace” being that which needs to be specifically and heroically defined, to render it the latter rather than the former ?

http://www.afcea.org/signal/signalscape/index.php/2010/10/cyberspace-dominance-not-a-distant-goal/

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If freight comes from a non-recognised company, it is X-rayed and screened by sniffer dogs but not checked for explosives. Since August, all cargo on passenger planes in the US has been checked for explosives.

In the event of a explosion on a plane which has been checked for explosives, and which had been given the all clear by the very fact that it was in flight, is the scanning equipment and explosive detection company then liable for all claims and damages, or will there be a clause/small print which would excuse them from offering any guarantee that detection is possible, which would then render their services as practically useless and deliberately fraudulent?

In other words, just a scam?

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/transport/8100743/Ministers-talk-to-Smiths-Group-over-cargo-security-after-bomb-plot.html

amanfromMars

I take it that that is a definite No then to anything being guaranteed to work and provide unconditional safety and security, hebden. What then would be being offered? A product and service which is not guaranteed to be 100% effective is obviously a flawed item and that is the point to be taken on board, as is the fact that man has abdicated responsibility and accountability almost totally to a machine/machines, which is something of a novelty to consider as we dash headlong into the future.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/transport/8100743/Ministers-talk-to-Smiths-Group-over-cargo-security-after-bomb-plot.html
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Larry’s Oracle exposed and revealed to have no future items, or fabulous programs, in stock?

Posted Monday 1st November 2010 02:25 GMT

With its initial suit, Oracle backed its infringement claims with few details. It merely alleged that Google was infringing with Android’s Dalvik virtual machine and the Android software development kit, and perhaps additional portions of the OS.” …… That is so typical of a dodgy phishing expedition from a crumbling empire with nothing new to offer, in fields which are offering everything for free to those who can build upon and distribute and mentor the Novel See.

And re: “Deja vu…” … Anonymous Coward Posted Monday 1st November 2010 01:57 GMT

It is ambulance chasing lawyers justifying their existence with parasitic filings who are running the Oracle pantomime against the Google show?

http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2010/11/01/oracle_hits_google_with_code_copying_claims/
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amanfromMars said…

    My response is to disagree wholeheartedly with your concerns and would freely share with you that you are mistaken in your black hatted views.

    Please think red team white hat to get the best of value from what is hosted here.

    And surely, if any of what you imagine to be malicious and actionable was true, and given the fact that I am so easily discovered [for I hide nothing/nowhere, and share virtually everything ….. and isn’t technology and metadatabase analysis pimped as being able to sniff out even the most secretive of cells, so a transparent blogger should be a gift of a simple operation] there would be a knock on the door from a goon with a badge?

    One could very easily also argue, that if there is no such visit now, now that your concerns have been aired and are known and hosted on US servers, or there has been no such visit in the past, then would a defence argument in any malicious prosecution be bound to raise the matter of willful entrapment on behalf of whatever entity thought itself compromised, for as you have so easily discovered yourself, is a dialogue exploring concerns and worries readily available and entered into.

    And I find “This would also be the reason for the (from what I can understand to be) vulgar/sexual content posted/mixed inside this blog.” somewhat perplexing as vulgar sexual content, either posted or mixed inside this blog, is most conspicious by its absence.

    Such sites as would host such honey though, are a multi-billion dollar industry in the US though, and provide quite enjoyable easy employment and abusive opportunities for many with limited limiting skills and learning difficulties, which are probably always definitely a result of poor education and a lazy greed.

    Thanks for the heads up, Casey, it has been a pleasure to set the record straight.

    1 November 2010 05:18

http://amanfrommars.blogspot.com/2010/10/101031.html

 amanfromMars said…

    –What exactly have I said (if anything) would imply in anyway that I am a “black hat”?

    Well, your posts surely provide the evidence that you have implied malicious and even criminal and unlawful, illegal intent here, or the possibility of it being interpreted similarly elsewhere, whenever none is present, and that is usually perceived by all to be black hat territory.

    But such misunderstandings are easily righted in the manner in which we have conducted business here.

    1 November 2010 07:56

http://amanfrommars.blogspot.com/2010/10/101031.html
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Posted by AmanfromMars on 11/1/2010 1:07:47 PM

The banksters will find the lawsuits a walk in the park compared to what is really in store for them—check out this piece—also note the name of the site!!!!!! ….. http://dailybail.com/home/the-zombie-bankers-meet-the-hellhounds-of-abaddon.html ” …. Posted by Bernie on 11/1/2010 12:33:55 P
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Indeed, Bernie, and the meme is spreading …… http://www.theindychannel.com/news/25539273/detail.html

http://thedailybell.com/1493/HSBC-and-JP-Morgan-Face-Lawsuits-for-Precious-Metals-Manipulations.html
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Posted by AmanfromMars on 11/1/2010 1:19:03 PM

Trick or treat? ….. http://dailybail.com/home/peter-schiff-of-course-were-not-going-to-pay-back-the-chines.html

http://thedailybell.com/1493/HSBC-and-JP-Morgan-Face-Lawsuits-for-Precious-Metals-Manipulations.html

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