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Thank you Apple.

You are making me love my decision to switch to all Apple products a few months ago even more.

http://www.apple.com/customer-letter/

And that makes 2 bugs I've found on Citibank's website over the past 10+ years. Neither were serious (just minor functionality bugs - no security impact, just possible end-user confusion/frustration), but it does make me wonder what else I'd find if I were serious and really applying my QA skills to their website.

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America is disgusting.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2015/05/11/how-the-dea-took-a-young-mans-life-savings-without-ever-charging-him-of-a-crime/

There's also a good John Oliver bit on civil forfeiture that is very enlightening. I encourage people to watch it who want to know how deep this shit hole goes.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kEpZWGgJks

Goddamnit YouTube! Why are you discontinuing collections? It was one of the best new features you introduced last year. So close to abandoning all things Google...

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Damn American education is fucked up. So different from what I remember.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6lyURyVz7k

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God America is so fucked up. And what's even more surprising is that in "intelligent" forums, I see more people defending he Wall Streeters than the teachers. Question, you expect the world from teachers but don't compensate them as such. You uphold teachers to the strictest of standards and judge them with increasingly harsh rules. And yet you don't treat them with the respect that comes with such a difficult job. Is there any wonder why teachers just up and leave the profession or try to cheat the system? This is not a low end job by the standards Americans set, and yet the treatment and perception is that it is. How many levels of fucked up must there be before people ask themselves, "Wait, maybe we done fucked up. Not the teachers (who are wrong in what they did, but no where near deserving of those punishments)."

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/answer-sheet/wp/2015/04/23/jon-stewart-cheating-teachers-go-to-jail-cheating-wall-streeters-dont-whats-up-with-that/

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You must watch this to the end. Hilarious but also crazy informative of the current state of surveillance in the USA.
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