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  • 10 hours ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    I'm number 90 on the hold list at my local library, which sucks, but anyways this book just seems like a blueprint for how never to run a campaign. My take from watching it all unfold was she didn't think she needed a reason, she was a Clinton, an insider to the party and it was her turn after she took a backseat to Obama. The same way Obama took the SUPERdelegates in 2008 she took them in 2016 and became the candidate nobody thought could lose against Donald all while watching her avoid reporters, not really answer questions and give stiff speeches all while her team refused to campaign in "safe" states that turned out not to be safe... it was all just mind boggling.

  • 11 hours ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    The good news for this guy is that the astronomical cost of running line is at least doubled in Alaska so he doesn't have to worry so much about gigabit speeds killing him off quickly like it did in the lower 48. I miss going to the video store, it was a different experience, I don't miss late fee's and needing to get dressed to go get a movie though.

  • 11 hours ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    Among the allegations, Schlussel claims that while at an appearance in Detroit which they both attended, Hannity invited her back to his hotel.

    Schlussel says that after she turned down his advances, she was not invited back on his program.

    I don't know why it would be that absurd of a thing. If I ask you out or to bed and you say no, chances are it's going to be awkward and I don't want to be around you anymore. In her case she is a pundit invited to be on the show, he no longer wanted to invite her because it would be awkward, I don't see where it was wrong in this case. O'Reilly had a horrible track record that included millions in payouts.

    The only way you can construe it as absolutely wrong is if he said, sleep with me or you're done on my show.

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  • 2 days ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    The biggest problem I see with this is that I do almost all of my grandmother's shopping and I would no longer be able to use her debit card if this happens widespread. I also am not a fan of giving large companies my biometric data.

  • 2 days ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    A lot like department stores, in this day there is no real need for there to be a store on every corner, let alone at higher prices.

  • 2 days ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    I love these things, it's a lot like Western culture says no don't eat that dog or cat, it's disgusting, and yet it's acceptable to many cultures, the same can be said for goats and other animals. You could also point to pigs and cows. Culture, it's a hell of a thing. I'm almost willing to bet "civilized" people only quit eating each other in some time of plague.

  • 2 days ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    This feels a lot like when they announced a study showed that people enjoyed movies and television shows if they knew how things happen before seeing it.

  • 2 days ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    The fact that 99% of people don't experience problems means that satisfaction will remain relatively high and it's highly suspect they don't say how they will judge satisfaction of customers.

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  • 2 days ago
    Current Event NinjaKlaus

    uTorrent will Shift To The Web, Add Content Streaming

    Popular BitTorrent client uTorrent is being actively worked on, with BitTorrent creator Bram Cohen saying that it will also make the jump to the web, adding content streaming.

  • 7 days ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    Was there any question if they would be? They have more money than 99.99% of people, they can buy out any competition, weather any storm and pay for any law they want to.

  • 9 days ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    The popularity and the fact nobody could keep it in stock probably gave Nintendo a kick in the pants this was a bad idea, this would cannibalize their virtual console sales of older titles that were included on the device, and since they tie the purchase to the console for VC titles, they would rather you buy all those games again on your Switch, like you did for your Wii U and Wii.

  • 12 days ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    I imagine this is the same idea as CBS, CBS doesn't really care about running a streamer, they just need that leverage on Netflix and Amazon, take our deal or we'll put it on our on system exclusively.

    The capitalist in me says this is good for NBC, they own all these cable stations and it'll make the content available with no windows, the pragmatist says that this is just another step to keeping the young on cable by having two hundred streamers... this time owned by your ISP and all without net neutrality... hello Netflix overage charges.

  • 2 weeks ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    “Conceptually, you could get data about your health, you could get data about your whereabouts, how often you're working, how long you're working, if you're taking toilet breaks and things like that.”

    This is the big company dream, tracking the worker drones like cattle!

  • 2 weeks ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    So uh, yeah we didn't think we'd get caught doing this, apparently not, uh... we don't need this info anymore. /s

    It's only a matter of time, no matter your party preference, it's a scary world out there, watch out. VPN while you can, Tor as best you can, hide while you think you can... bwahaha

  • 2 weeks ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    Everybody gets a streaming service, the cable of the future, where the price climbs and climbs and climbs... Netflix is already up to something like 12 a month from 7, Hulu is up to 10 or so from free, CBS is pulling things to put on their own streamer, cable tv channels are starting things like this yahoo thing, meaning they'll pay to keep things off Netflix or Hulu for longer... it's become the cable industry.

  • 2 weeks ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    I forget there are even more bitcoins to mine, something like 4-5 million left people, good hunting!

    Yeah, I guess if you would be guaranteed to find a few of the bitcoins it'd be worth your time and effort, but I don't know how long it takes to mine one.

  • 2 weeks ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    Remember this is the same group of people that didn't bother to run anything in Wisconsin and Michigan because they were "in the bag." They seem to be lost on the best way to run things, you try and win every seat, you give a little to every seat, there is no such things as an unwinnable seat unless you don't try for it.

  • 2 weeks ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    It’s an absurd amount of graphics power with the price to match: $1,200, available from Nvidia directly.

    Yeah, that's a bit steep Bob, I'll either need to sell a kidney or win the lottery before I get a computer that can run this thing, I hope it comes with water cooling features, you'll need a water cooled computer to really use this thing.

    Limit 2 per customer

    Seriously, this is going to be a problem for people? Who needs more than one of them? I guess for multiple monitors.

  • 2 weeks ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    While this is one of the story headlines on that website, it leads to a dead link, there is no story here.

    As for the filibuster, in the new Washington how is killing it breaking the system any more than it already is? We now have a Congress that does everything on party lines, that means without this regular majority instead of super majority world nothing is ever getting done, if you think oh but the Repubs are going to kill us, rest assured they think the same about you, now though when you come back to power and you will they have set the bar so low that you can do whatever you want in return.

  • 2 weeks ago
    Current Event NinjaKlaus

    Ubuntu Unity is dead: Desktop will switch back to GNOME next year

    Ubuntu phones and tablets also dead, but the desktop, server, and cloud live on.

  • 2 weeks ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    Sound bias is definitely an interesting thought on this and very believable.

  • 2 weeks ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    I wish we still had all our old records my parents had collected in the '70s and '80s, who knew one day they'd be "cool" and valuable. Personally, when I was little I always preferred my parent's albums to cassettes, they have their own sound that digital and the like don't replicate. Then we went CD and forgot about it.

    If it weren't for the cost of a good player I'd gladly switch to albums, their cost is a bit steep but nostalgia says it's my favorite sounding music, it may not be what I remember though in reality.

  • 3 weeks ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    Based on GDOT's track record this could take a year to complete, it's a clusterhuck and they are very lucky this week is Spring Break because that means fewer people on the roads. Already the surface streets have seen a huge increase in traffic and the perimeter bypass 285 has seen something like a 50% increase in just one day, what happens when the work week starts, it's going to be horrible.

  • 3 weeks ago
    Comment NinjaKlaus

    My cans I throw in the recycle bucket only if I think about it because we pay by the pound here and it's not worth it, so they go into the trash recycler where the trash company gets the benefit, if they were going to pay me per can I'd recycle the hell out of them.