Thursday, June 25, 2015

Warm your triggers

Thank the founders for the second amendment. Guns are not for hunting but putting down oppressive government officials.

Scalia put forth how wrong the decision of the SCOTUS decision on the ACA was in regards to reimbursements. Basically SCOTUS invented a new intention even though the word of law and initial intentions were noting of the sort.

Two insanely bad things happened today. Both violate the contract between the government and the people.

First, the law was not enforced as written.

Second, the decision bypassed the power of Congress and their responsibility of the purse strings by passing funding for this illegal contraption to other non-elected bodies.

Slide your finger from safe guard to the trigger.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Hillary Roundup

Hillary Clinton For President of Lesbians 2016

Can You Survive 4 Minutes of Hillary?

Hillary’s War Against Women In Effect For 2016

Hillary Clinton's Campaign Manager Steps Forward! Explains 'Strategy'

Hillary Clinton is a damn LIAR and her logo sucks

Hillary Clinton Election Video Cold Open

Carly Fiorina says Hillary Clinton is waging war on women

Hill No We Won't Go! Hillary's in and Ready to be Ready

The Media's Hillary Clinton Obsession

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Thursday, March 19, 2015

FAA Jerks

The concept of private drones and drones for commerce is a really exciting and popular idea. So if the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) approves a company to use drones; that's got to be great and a lot of social points with the people. In fact here is their front headline for today plus screen capture.
Amazon Gets Experimental Airworthiness Certificate

However, if you read the article you will realize that the decision is nothing more than a headline banner ingratiation for the public.

The details are the excrement of the bowels.

From the page:
The UAS must always remain within visual line-of-sight of the pilot and observer. The pilot actually flying the aircraft must have at least a private pilot’s certificate and current medical certification.
So the FAA rules just completely screws the green movement. If the drone needs to remain in line-of-sight then the controller ( not pilot, there is no pilot ) then they need to follow in a vehicle. And who is this observer? Is the FAA imposing more people to deliver a package than the USPS ( United States Post Office )?

So the more people to deliver a package the more energy needed the less green it is. FAA conspiracy.

And how does piloting a plane translate to a drone? Why is an old technology being applied to a new technology? Don't we need a new standard?

What is the observer? This seems to be an excessive requirement. How many of you do your job and there is someone who's job is to watch you?

How does piloting a plane help piloting a drone? Should we not need a video game expert instead?

What is up with the medical certification? Do you need medical certification to play a video game? No.

Is flying a drone more like flying a plane or more like playing a video game?

If you say a plane you're an idiot.

Monday, March 16, 2015

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

A Chinese Expat's View on Common Core

Well, maybe not an expat but an escapee.

The government's self insertion into student loans for college has also been very damaging distorting college costs. The promotion that everyone should go to college is equally damaging.

Our society is being diverted from the value of trade schools. The schools that make the workers that keep the world working.

Many people in their early teens have figured out their path. Eighteen is too old an age to make a person stay in school. By sixteen many of us knew what we wanted to do.

Decentralize education and let the states run it.

Teacher's Union is looking out for the interest of teachers, not students; otherwise it would be called the Student Union.

Monday, March 2, 2015

Multicultural or Racist Emojis

Let's inject race into Emojis! What could go wrong?

In a most bizarre rambling video DNews has ever done they talk about injecting race into a non-race sensitive communication to celebrate multiculturalism to make race less significant. What what? Racialising a neuter technology makes it less racist?

This will provide so much food for the trolls they will bloat our data streams.

Now the wrong person using the wrong emoji can be called racist.

We live in such a comfort zone we are designing ways to detect racism in the way you type. We are demanding you all be sheeple less be called racist or sexist.

I'll say it. I'm racist if it means I'm okay if I'm white. I don't really care what race you are but I'm okay with being white. Racism seems to now mean you can't like being white.

I'm also a male and I am good with that. And somehow that make me sexist in the trill chatter of today's language.

So we will now take one of the inert communications where we exchange ideas and insert race. The sex will follow, right?

So all of this coming together equally we will find ways to pollute the exchange of nothing but ideas with our race and sex to taint the quality of the idea?

You all just freaking SUCK!

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Throttling is Good

Why the FCC is wrong

The FCC voted on their regulations for the internet and in these regulations they made throttling illegal. What is throttling? Not piping someones web traffic through their fastest equipment unless a service pays a fee to ensure the traffic goes through it.

A lot of people think it is a good idea; they don't think a company should pay to use the fast lane. This analogy has been used to which I need to point out toll roads tend to be faster because you need to pay to use them and a lot of people don't want to pay for it. Who owns tool roads/fast lanes? The government.

It's like states in which gambling is illegal but there is a state lottery. But I am going a bit off topic here.

So what is the fast lane? The latest and greatest equipment.

When something new is available does a company throw away all of their old equipment and replace everything with something new? NO! That would be stupid. A blog site does not need the fastest connection. Ads do not need the fastest connection. Are people complaining they are not getting ads loaded into webpages fast enough? Screw you Adblocker Plus! Git me dem ads NOW!

A total replacement of an infrastructure with something new means a serious chance of catastrophic failure due to the new technology basically being a beta implementation even if the product is not beta but a commercial release. Installing something new always means finding out what works and what does not and correcting for "what does not" which is "beta" in the context of implementation.

New products need to be introduced into the system gradually. The services that pay for the "fast lane" are actually funding hot new technologies that will become a standard. This is market forces.

The cost the streaming movie sites to pay for the fast lane is baked into their subscription fees. This means that the fast lane is really being paid by people using the fast lane just like a toll road. Now that the FCC has banned that that means users that don't pay for streaming movies will have to pay for that bandwidth anyways because internet providers will have to raise prices to pay for this new equipment; maybe they won't raise prices and they will just let speeds lag due to lack of upgrading. Welcome to Obamanet.

New Rules

The "new rules" mean that providers can not give any preferential treatment to providers of any content. This now means that any connection you make to any user must be randomized on the response. If you want to watch a movie will you get the fastest connection or the bare minimum your contract promises or can provide?

FCC guarantees Russian Roulette connections

I believe I have dotted the points close enough that I do not need to draw the picture, but just in case here I will draw it.

There are two endpoints in an internet connection. The user/requester and the destination/content. Point A requesting point B.

Unless I have misread the release, point B is regulated, not point A.

What does this mean? You are piped through your fastest connection you paid for and the response comes back through the next available port whether it be the latest and greatest connection or a 2600 baud modem because speed discrimination is not allowed.

Nuke the reload button

So here you sit in the brave new world of 'net neutrality.' You will hit the refresh button over and over until the traffic sniffer you installed lets you know you have secured a 'fast' connection fast enough at the lowest resolution you are willing to watch the desired video you want to see. Sometimes you get it in minutes, sometimes you wait till tomorrow. Wouldn't it be nice if you had an option to pay for immediate service?

That might come. But once it does, might the FCC quash that like they quashed content providers ensuring reliable content?

Is that government equality? Equal random chance regardless of the willingness of customers and providers to secure the fastest connection through payment options?

Laissez faire internet

Laissez faire internet is gone. Its only correction is through the legislative branch or a brutal implementation of the second amendment. We fought the revolutionary war over a tax on tea. What do you value more? The internet or tea?

Hackers Paradise

What else could a hacker ask for but unbridled bandwidth. Yeah. Net neutrality means unlimited bandwidth to hackers.

So I mentioned point A is restricted through contracts but point B must get blind access to the net.

Oh joy. Root kits will now install speed detectors to see if they have top speed connections. Net neutrality will encourage cost effective speeds in root kits.

Thank you FCC for making the most cost effective services on the net available unrestricted to hackers.