October 13, 2013
ROFLMAO … Hahahaha…..losers man, losers:
MSNBC President Wants ‘Investigation’ Into Fox News’ ‘Impossible’ Ratings Gain
Kicking butt, Megyn rocks …
Read the rest of this entry »
September 16, 2013
Taking the next step, get them on record …
In a joint September 13 letter issued to all CO legislators, the pro-recall groups ask:
1. Will you vote for a repeal of Colorado’s unconstitutional new gun laws in the 2014 legislative session?
2. Would you support a ballot initiative which would repeal the new gun laws?
Reflecting on the successful recall efforts, BFDF spokeswoman Jennifer Kerns said:
While we consider Tuesday’s election a significant victory, we realize that…egregious gun laws remain and we want to know where each and every Colorado legislator stands on them. It is a new day in Colorado, and constituents expect their legislators to represent the will of the people. No one is immune from the reach of the grassroots efforts which powered the [September 10] recall elections. No one.
A petition urging Colorado legislators to repeal the gun control will go live on September 16 at www.recallandrepeal.com
September 11, 2013
Marble mouth, makes a Credible Threat …
On Tuesday night after President Barack Obama’s address to the nation urging the public and Congress to back his proposal for intervention in Syria, Fox News ran a video of all the different statements from Obama and members of his administration.
The four-and-a-half minute video shows how the Obama administration evolved from the “red line” declaration back on August 20, 2012 to the president’s ambiguous address on Tuesday night. It also included other aspects of the president’s policy toward Syria including the timing of the strike, the use of diplomacy and the extent to which Syrian President Bashar al-Assad poses a threat to the United States and his Middle Eastern neighbors.
Can someone get this off my face?
And what Putin got …
And there you have it.
Or as you would tell your kids, don’t draw red lines on your face.
September 10, 2013
Puts the focus back on security …::: Apple’s Latest iPhone Puts Focus Back on Fingerprint Security
Placing a finger on a computer or smartphone has long been proposed as a way to avoid the need for passwords to authenticate users of computers and other devices. People familiar with the matter said last week that Apple will include a fingerprint scanner on the more expensive of two iPhones it is expected to unveil Tuesday at an event at its Cupertino, Calif., headquarters.
And it works equally for all computers and game consoles. But does the NSA agree, or will they just make use of that to make another loss of privacy commonplace?
So now NSA needs a place to store all those fingerprint files, for easy access, and to screen terrorists, of course. … OK by you?
Here’s what Apple is serving up in the iPhone 5:
64-bit A7 chip: The world’s first 64-bit mobile phone with over 1 billion transistors. According to Apple, it has 56–times the processing power in the new processor, which can make some apps run as much as five-times faster.
Fingerprint reader: Dubbed “Touch ID,” users can now access their devices with the in-built fingerprint reader. Embedded in the device’s home button, now a stainless steel “detection ring,” it can now read fingerprints 360-degrees at a very high resolution of 500 pixels-per-inch. It can also be used to make in-app purchases.
Complete specs-features, here …