It's in the high '60's in Denver today. The outside beckons. Here's a thread for you.
Make a new
ARCATA, Calif. (AP) - This small coastal city is dipping its small toe into national politics once again.
For the second year, the Arcata City Council passed a resolution demanding the impeachment or resignation of President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney, citing violations of international and constitutional law.
The resolution passed Wednesday with a split vote, 3-2.
Sounds to me that it's a movie a little loose with the facts and shouldn't be seen as historical in nature.
Well, confining ourselves to the present tense, we know the reptiles DID and HAVE, just pathetic.
So if the dems promised to do no harm in rigging elections it would be ok?
Hugh Thompson Jnr, a former US military helicopter pilot who helped stop one of the most infamous massacres of the Vietnam War has died, aged 62.
Mr Thompson and his crew came upon US troops killing civilians at the village of My Lai on 16 March 1968.
He put his helicopter down between the soldiers and villagers, ordering his men to shoot their fellow Americans if they attacked the civilians.
"There was no way I could turn my back on them," he later said of the victims.
the blog world has the feel right now that the punk rock scene of the late 70's had, and for much the same reasons... Enjoy the blogs while you can. These are the salad days.
An old and wise friend gave me some sage advice recently, â€śBe kind,â€ť he said, â€śeveryone you meet is fighting a battle.â€ť
We identify several problems
including unauthorized privilege escalation, incorrect use of cryptography, vulnerabilities to network
threats, and poor software development processes. We show that voters, without any insider privileges,
can cast unlimited votes without being detected by any mechanisms within the voting terminal software.
Furthermore, we show that even the most serious of our outsider attacks could have been discovered
and executed without access to the source code. In the face of such attacks, the usual worries about
insider threats are not the only concerns; outsiders can do the damage. That said, we demonstrate that
the insider threat is also quite considerable, showing that not only can an insider, such as a poll worker,
modify the votes, but that insiders can also violate voter privacy and match votes with the voters who
cast them. We conclude that this voting system is unsuitable for use in a general election.