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Ryan M. Dupée
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Master of many trades yet the greatest challenge is mastery of myself.
Master of many trades yet the greatest challenge is mastery of myself.

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I think one of the neatest things about rejecting the concept of the state, at least for me, was how it forces me to continually think about how to solve problems that arise. So often, when society is plagued by some recurring issue or ideological strife, you’ll hear this common harmony of people go “the government should really do something about this,” “there should be a law,” etc. When you view the state as a legitimate entity, one that is financially capable, or has the force to to take care of whatever issues you may have, the responsibility is off your shoulders. As individuals, Voluntaryists.. though, we don’t really have that luxury. We see something that we find wrong, and we have to ask ourselves “what can I do to fix this?”. And furthermore we have to ask ourselves how we can fix it without impeding on anyone else’s existence. We recognize that our worlds are uniquely the responsibility of ourselves, of our chosen communities. We are the ones who shape them, who form their boundaries of morality, and give ourselves the freedom to continually do so. In some ways we have to fight against our own apathy, our procrastination, our fears. It’s worth it though, to me, to feel that I am in complete control of my actions and morals, to know that I at least tried to shape the world around me in a positive way.
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Old news Revisited:
The United States government placed an unknown number of Central American migrant children into the custody of human traffickers after neglecting to run the most basic checks on these so-called “caregivers,” according to a Senate report released on Thursday.

In the fall of 2013, tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors traveled to the U.S. southern border, in flight from poverty and gang violence in Central America. At least six of those children were eventually resettled on an egg farm in Marion, Ohio, where their sponsors forced them to work 12 hours a day under threats of death. Local law enforcement uncovered the operation last year, prompting the Senate’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations to open an inquiry into the federal government’s handling of migrants.

“It is intolerable that human trafficking — modern-day slavery — could occur in our own backyard,” Senator Rob Portman, Republican of Ohio and the chairman of the subcommittee, told the New York Times. “But what makes the Marion cases even more alarming is that a U.S. government agency was responsible for delivering some of the victims into the hands of their abusers.”
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Be active. Take on responsibility. Work for the things you believe in. If you do not, you are surrendering your fate to others.
~​ ​Abdul Kalam


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I aim to misbehave.

Google's Leaked internal Video on Mass Behavior Modification.
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Weird things in the sky.
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Extracting a private key from a hardware device using power analysis with a cheap 'scope.

Hardware wallets are devices used exclusively to store the highly sensitive cryptographic information that authenticates cryptocurrency transactions. They are useful if one is worried about the compromise of a general purpose computer leading to the loss…
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