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EVERYBODY: Be careful about 'free' software that schools and government agencies are handing out - most are handing it out for free: ComputerCOP. https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2014/09/computercop-dangerous-internet-safety-software-hundreds-police-agencies T...
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The 2012 Election Season is about to end. In a few short hours, the occupant of the Oval Office will be set for the next four years. And we failed.
 
- If you voted for Obama because you didn't want Romney to win, you failed. That way lies the path of voting out of fear.
- If you voted for Romney because you didn't want Obama to win, you failed. That way lies the same path.
- If you voted for any candidate because they were black or because they were white, you failed. That way lies the path of hypocritical racial bigotry (yes, even if you are voting for a candidate that's not your own race)
- If you voted for a candidate just because they belonged to a specific party, you failed. That way lies the path of inflexible "cliques", whose leaders do your thinking for you.
- If you did not educate yourselves on the truth of muckraking statements, you failed. That way lies the path of laziness-fueled ignorance.
- If you considered at all statements quoted out of context ("If you own a business, you didn't build that", or "My job is not to care about the 47%") and did NOT research to determine full context, you failed. That way lies the path of politician-led railroading.
- If you did not find out on what sources candidates' statement made claims, you failed. That way lies the path of the uneducated subject, not the informed citizen.
- If you believe that your chosen candidate did nothing wrong, or will do nothing wrong, you failed. That way lies the path of the sheeple, not people.
- If you voted based on one particular issue (such as abortion, or gay marriage), and that issue alone, you failed. That way lies the path of ignorance of a complex world.
- If you voted with a write-in ballot of Obi-Wan Kenobi (or similarly silly person/character), you failed. That way lies the path of inaction (i.e., you didn't vote to make your statement heard)
- Similarly, if you voted for a real candidate because you thought it was funny (a.k.a. Roseanne Barr), you failed. That way also lies the path of inaction.
- If you voted for a candidate based on their celebrity status (again, such as Roseanne), you failed. That way lies the vote of popularity, not for the ability to govern.
- If you attempted to influence another's choice, you failed (note that this is different from educating another on an issue or issues), you failed. That way lies the path of manipulation.
- If you voted for a candidate because your friends were voting (or did vote) for him/her, you failed. This way lies the path of the bandwagon, not self intellectualization.
- If you ARE a candidate, and you ran a campaign of muckraking and saying why we shouldn't vote for the other guy, you failed. This is the path of lies and deceit.
- If you ARE a candidate, and you didn't listen to your country's request for details, you failed. That way lies the path of governing by public ignorance.
- If you ARE a candidate, and fail to directly answer questions in interviews (and ESPECIALLY debates!), you have failed. This way lies the path of governance by misdirection.

- And lastly, if you did not vote (and could), you failed. That is path of apathy and laziness.
 
 
This means just about everybody in this country failed today. That means myself, too. I've seen to many plan to vote the wrong way. Educate yourselves. Tell your congressmen how you feel. Encourage others to speak their minds (not yours) to their representatives. Vote for you want, not against who you don't. Know the issues, and determine what you can and cannot live with(out).
 
Presidential elections do NOT have to be about voting for the lesser of two evils. That's only if you let the liberal and conservative media outlets determine your vote. If you've allowed that, you've lost. Vote your heart. Vote your mind. Vote to make the world that place you want. Vote to make the world the place you want your kids to grow up in. If you don't have kids, then vote for your neices, nephews, godchildren, friends' children.
 
The future does not belong to the children. It belongs to US. WE own it. WE shape it, whether through action or inaction. Give them that. Stop failing. Make the 2016 election count for what it should: We The People.
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Share this. Share it wide. Take heed and let people know we are a nation of citizens, not a country of sheeple.
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HEAD'S UP GUYS!

This is a serious attempt - by law enforcement, no less - to expose your privacy and actually put you and yours at risk. DO NOT INSTALL THIS SOFTWARE OR USE IT IN ANY WAY! 

If you get a copy - burn the disc. Then go back for another copy, and burn that one, too. Rinse, Repeat until all copies are gone.
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This should scare anybody with regards to the NSA. THE most trusted security company accepted a back door into their default algorithm. 

But there's a catch - It's entirely possible that either the RSA wasn't aware of it, or the people that should have been made aware weren't even in on the deal until it was too late.

Long story short: if you're using RSA encryption technology, and the system defaults to "Dual Elliptical Curve", change it to another algorithm.
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A rather long read, but worth the education if you can make it.
You see, as a computer technician, I get a LOT of questions about computers and how to fix them. Frequently, it's a quick "how do I..." question, asked in passing at work or by friends while I'm out a...
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Precisely!
 

A MUST READ & SHARE !
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To understand development, design, and project management.
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Okay, so tomorrow starts Day 1 of the new focus of the blog – YOU. That's right. All of you. This blog will have stuff for the ultra beginner to the seasoned IT pro. It'll have stories of people who s...
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Pretty good when getting my Walther pistol. But the store is so polarized towards S&W and Glock, that there were literally no holsters or magazines for anything except those two brands. Also, they had no 9mm ammunition. However, I got a great price for my Walther, given how much a pain they are to find around my area - I had to order it, but got it at a reasonable price with nearly no hassle at all. I also got it at the short end of the waiting window; they told me about 1-2 weeks, and I got it at 7 days.
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A good place for all-hours workouts. A bit crowded at times - especially after work. But one should expect that, since it's the most popular time for workouts. However, the hot tub is kept at a good temperature (hot, not tepid), and the showers aren't constantly plagued by running out of hot water, like other places I've been to. The swimming pool is sometimes warmed, sometimes cold enough to wonder if the water heater was even working. The equipment is good and generally plentiful. I wish they had a second power rack, as it's one of the most sought-after pieces of equipment. But they do have three flat benches for pressing, plus another two at incline/decline.
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Had an issue with their online ticket ordering, but the member service desk fixed it right away after we got there. The membership is worth it if you go more than once a year.
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A fantastic restaurant, and ecstatic it came to Arvada. Only slightly above average "fast food" pricing, the food is of far higher quality. TJ's does not disappoint at all.
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Not sure where all these reviews are coming from. The place is great, the price is not awesome but comparable. EDIT: I lowered one star, due to the fact that some maintenance issues have come up. We had to have six or seven maintenance requests on our washer/dryer combo before they finally replaced it. Also, we recently called in an A/C unit that was pouring water on to the floor (filled a sauce pan in a few minutes). We called in an order a week ago - so far as I know, nobody has shown up. I wish they'd fix the hot tub and heat the upper pool, but those are the only real complaints I have about this place, and our roommates are on their second contract at this complex.
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