amanfromMars 1 Wed 29 Apr 07:47 [2004290747] …… expecting better on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/post/submit/2020/04/28/assange_prison_furlough/

Sub-Prime Lap Dog Parliamentary Political Prisoners R Us ….. is a Hellishly Novel Crowning Confection in a Corrupt and Inept and Diseased SysAdmin

Crikey, Gareth, that was a very disappointing and enlightening screed which would do a rookie Integrity Initiative, the 77th Brigade, Bellingcat, and an Atlantic Council puff-piece, to name but four, proud.

‘Tis though not something I would normally have expected to see and read about on El Reg with such a poisoned view so clearly expressed.

After all, it is not as if Assange is responsible for killing random men, women and children from an Apache helicopter gunship, is it, or scarpering offside to a friendly foreign homeland to escape justice for the admitted vehicular manslaughter of a complete innocent on a country road outside a UK US Airbase, although how very strange and perverse it is that the UK finds all of that so very acceptable and almost as if normal rather than indicative of a failed fascist stylised state.

It sure is a mad, mad, mad, mad world and getting even crazier day by day and 0day by 0day. Nice to see you are on board for the helter skelter rides.

However, nevertheless, lo and behold, you do appear to have a few fans amongst El Reg commentards, Gareth, if you can judge them by their replies on this thread. That’s always usually considered encouraging.


amanfromMars 1 Wed 29 Apr 09:28 [2004290928] ……. being wantonly argumentative on

Re: Incompetent Also…

As for Assange, we live in ‘democracies’, dammit. We don’t hold people indefinitely in solitary confinement in maximum security prisons, that’s what totalitarian states like Iran does. Everyone knows that we’re respecting Assange’s rights, we are giving him due process and so on and even the Tooth Fairy agrees that we couldn’t be more open and transparent. …. martinusher

Hmmm? That sort of Donald Trumpian disinfectant grade sarcasm is problematic, martinusher, for some folk may actually believe it to be true and honest whenever surely so clearly not? And it has been particular effective in easily completely ruining the reputation of the justice system and judges in the UK., which is real bad and quite sad, don’t you think?


amanfromMars Wed 29 Apr 14:05 [2004291405] …..adds on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/04/28/assange_prison_furlough/

Re: Sub-Prime Lap Dog Parliamentary Political Prisoners R Us …..

How long has it been since this thing started sounding like it makes sense ‽ …..FilenotFound

For quite a while now, FilenotFound, with all the evidence already clearly enough presented to prove it.


amanfromMars 1 Wed 29 Apr 08:44 [2004290844] ….. shares on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/04/28/google_ups_security_for_business_users/

Re: For Superb AI Stealthy Services ….. in an Almighty Program ‽ .

Is amanfromMars 1 an AI that still hasn’t figured out how to communicate with meatbags, or someone who sends all his comment through Google translate from some East Asian* language? ….. Youngone

That would be very AlphaGo Teamish, Youngone, and definitely not for the squeamish lily livered faint hearted.


amanfromMars 1 Wed 29 Apr 14:41 [2004291441] …. considers on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/04/29/cisco_asa_resistor_failure/

Re: Have a euphemism on us.

Aka WTF.


amanfromMars [2004291547] ….. dripping a live feed into https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/consequences-imminent-dam-threatens-burst

QEI catalysed the April Rally – it’s fuelled a massive bond binge backstopped by central banks, and caused the stock markets to soar in its wake. But the long-term consequences will be huge in terms of increased corporate leverage, raised corporate weakness to inflation and higher rates, and increased government oversight of corporate decision making. These vulnerabilities will impact all financial assets in the long term.

Sounds like a successful central bank coup to capture and control all future market operations is a Go Go Go Operation ….. which is a Crushing Liability on them if Unable or Disenabled to Server Almighty Assets in Viable Imaginative AIDevelopment.

Thinking to Own the World of Resources is one thing, but having them all work well together in a productive creative global chain gang and give everyone a most generous personal fortune to enjoy whilst doing it for something else altogether quite different and fundamentally necessary, is a Bitch of A.N.Other Solution for which there is no problem sought.

And central banks just like poor little rich kids with nobody to play with, reside and preside over lives in a mess easily made messier.

Surely central bankers know that persistent catastrophic exploitable 0day vulnerability is theirs to bear and try to discharge and exercise/energise with Necessarily Radical Actions to Thwart Any and All Future Attacks on the Directions they Choose to Steer the Fiat Flash Crashing Cash Economy Model. ……. which by all accounts from around the globe is the Current Dire Strait of Central Bank Systems Administration?

Or is that Fake News ….. with Everything Hunky Dory and Rosey in the Central Bank Perfumed Garden? Be honest know, for your future depends upon it and IT and AI.


amanfromMars 1 Wed 29 Apr 17:59 [2004291759] …… just moving things on apace on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2020/04/29/arm_flexible_access_startups/

When things are unlikely, anything and everything is bound to be surprising. *

So, say you’re working on a system-on-chip for some product, and you’re a hard-up upstart with minimal funding. You contact Arm, you get access to the catalog of blueprints for free. You pick a CPU core to run your firmware code, some interconnects to join everything up, and some basic on-die peripherals because you’re too lazy or busy to define a UART and SPI in SystemVerilog. You drop the blocks into your system-on-chip around your custom logic and workload acceleration, and verify and prototype it ahead of production. When ready, you license the tech from Arm by getting your checkbook out. You tape out the chip, fabricate, test, and ship it, and pay royalties to Arm.

Hmmm.? How about you bypass all of that guff if say you’re working on a system-on-chip for some product, and give contacts in Arm access to sections/selections of one’s own novel proprietary intellectual property for their rendering as if of their own making ….. in the full and reasonable expectation of any and all success to provide fair APT dividend payments.

And with stage payments due as processing progresses along Supplied Novel Proprietary Intellectual Property Lines …… with new seeds growing into virgin feeds for almighty needs and sterling deeds …… aiding and abetting AI and IT ProgramMING. …. Minded IntelAIgent Networking Games …… Providing Source Comfort and Succour …… Heavenly Bounty in Just Dessert Rewards ….. which is an Amazingly EMPowering Compensation one finds Impossible to Prevent and Deny.

That a much better type of Flexible Access for Startups program.

* And whether good or bad is an important choice to make, for one will break one whilst the other one will never ever.



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