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    Yesterday, 05:02 PM Full article on link.
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    Yesterday, 11:03 AM If the NSA wasnt the only alphabet soup agency that listened to us, they would have figured that out long ago! Make no mistake, the TSA is NOT there to keep you safe. It exists only to facilitate absolute control over your movement.
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    Yesterday, 04:27 AM If the NSA wasnt the only alphabet soup agency that listened to us, they would have figured that out long ago! Make no mistake, the TSA is NOT there to keep you safe. It exists only to facilitate absolute control over your movement.
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    07-22-2016, 03:48 PM
    Dig deeper. A small group of dominant men are in charge of both the Govt and the Media, but there is one more group that is equally as dangerous and powerful, the Banks. The dominant men control the world with three types of influence, Belief which comes from the Media, Violence which comes from the Govt, and Money which comes from the Banks. These three systems work well to prevent individuals that may be a part of each of the respective 3 systems from gaining too much power. Violence is reigned in by Money and Belief, Belief is reigned in by Money and Violence, and Money is reigned in by Violence and Belief. Control all three systems and you control the world. Literally. Belief. Money. Violence. These three systems are practically never heard of in the spotlight together. Even this poll gets it partially right by pointing out two of the three, but missed a big one. Money and the power of Banks can do just as much damage to any nation as either a standing army or propaganda. When you see all three systems at the same time, the big picture is revealed.
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    07-21-2016, 04:34 PM
    Dogs do think, but mostly, I believe they just accept they "dont get" how we do some of the stuff we do. What they think about is what concerns them. Can you do something "magic" about the thorn in my paw? Would you do something about my food dish being empty? If you really want to understand the mind of a dog, observe a human child of about 4 years old. What interests them? What do they wonder about? Human kids dont really care about money or voting or politics, but they are fascinated by cartoons and interactive games. Makes me wonder if dogs would ever ask "Master, why is the sky blue?", followed by "Why?", "Why?", "Why?", "Why?", "Why?", etc...
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    07-21-2016, 04:29 PM
    Thanks! Using a HOSTS file is very easy. Using a custom DNS Server, not so much, but, being local, its even faster than OpenDNS or other DNS servers with very few hops. Of course, DNS can also be used against you. Why do you think Google provides a bunch of DNS servers? Solution: use your own, or at least an Ad Blocking DNS, which are getting harder to find, but not impossible.
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    07-21-2016, 01:49 AM
    I use a HOSTS file and a custom DNS server on my computer so I get ads maybe once or twice and thats it. The nice thing about a HOSTS file is it blocks ads on all programs at the same time, so no need to use different browsers. Now with games and other programs all being ad stream sources, HOSTS files work for those also as it works on the connection level, not program level.
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    07-20-2016, 01:41 AM
    Peace sells, but who's buying?
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    07-20-2016, 01:31 AM
    Was the Parakeet okay?
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    07-17-2016, 03:09 PM I. Am. So. Surprised.
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    07-17-2016, 03:03 PM Full article on link. Source links not copied from article. --- Let me ask you guys something...
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    07-17-2016, 01:57 AM
    Welcome to Amerika, comrade, where communism is alive and well. Maybe not thriving, but then again, no society ever truly thrives in a communistic government.
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    07-15-2016, 06:54 AM
    Im not a bitcoin supporter, other than for the concept of anonymous currency, which I highly doubt it actually is. Aside from that, I do believe bitcoin to be just as dangerous as any fiat currency. Should bitcoin ever actually take off, the issuance of bitcoins would be controlled by a central bank, and those IDs would eliminate privacy instead of securing anonymity. If there was ever such a thing as gold backed bitcoin, that may be a better option, but first, we need to return to a Gold Standard or any Honest Money System.
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    07-14-2016, 03:28 PM
    Dogs seem to prefer to poop while facing north when they do not fully recognize their current location. They also do this so they can "update their smell map" of their environment. The bigger problem is when the shit sticks to the dogs fur. One time, my dog was taking a shit and a rabbit came up to my dog and asked "hey dog, do you ever have problems with shit sticking to your fur"? My dog said "yes, sometimes, like right now". The rabbit replied "well, I dont, ha ha"! My dog promptly picked up the rabbit, wiped his ass with the rabbit, and went along his way.
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    07-14-2016, 03:19 PM
    I dont think Trump is really an "outsider". He just represents a different set of "insiders", which is a threat to the current set of "insiders".
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    07-14-2016, 03:16 PM
    Don't take it personally. They need to make sure all their private prisons have at least a 90% occupancy rate, which is part of their contract. You've just been randomly volunteered to be considered for prison duty, kinda like serving jury duty. *taps into camera when PokeGo is on to see if you removed the DO NOT REMOVE tag on your mattress*
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    07-14-2016, 01:54 AM
    I think you missed the point. The FBI / CIA is using your poke data to turn you into a criminal.
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    07-13-2016, 08:51 PM
    Not sure. I think most people are uninterested in things we are mostly morally neutral on. Criminals definitely do not care who their actions harm, whether its a small time thief or corrupt politician. At the top is when I think the objective standards start kicking in, and are used against us. For most normal people, I think the reasonable standard is just a matter of treating others as we want to be treated ourselves. --- I have to grab this post from Suzanimal for this thread:
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    07-13-2016, 07:08 PM
    I'll try to elaborate on the "difference between Right and Wrong is Subjective". A man pulls a gun out. Whether that is right or wrong depends on who is pulling a gun on who. If it is a cop pulling a gun in defense of a civilian being attacked, most people would consider that to be the "right" thing to do. Flip the coin. The person pulling the gun is a robber demanding money from a store clerk or some gang banger, then it is considered to be in the wrong. Here is another one. Being christian. In the US, since Christian is the most common religion here, it is considered to be the "right" religion. But Christianity in Muslim countries and territories is considered to be the "wrong" religion. Likewise, there are quite a few people in the US that would consider Muslim to be the "wrong" religion. Another decent example could be Jews in Nazi Germany. Another example, probably far more important than the other two because people dont even give a passing interest. Do you eat steak? Here, a-okay. In Hindu countries, very very wrong and exceptionally offensive. Try something else that most people would not even pay attention to. Brushing your teeth. Excluding bad breath, most people dont pay attention to such an action since it is not considered to be illegal or immoral. But that kind of data is worth a ton to Dental Insurance companies who will use that data to fine anyone that does not brush their teeth exactly in a prescribed manner. Purposefully subjective interpretation biased by incentive of increasing profits or reducing payouts. Taken a step further, Dental Insurance Carriers will soon demand any effort to hide your Brushing activities and Dental Hygiene habits from them is evidence that you are putting their financial profits at risk. Another example, also equally important because it is not behaviorally based is Genetics. Are you brown? Youre more likely to be a criminal. Do you have a genetic predisposition to have Diabetes or Heart Disease? That is not something a person has any control over what so ever, but because of the increased risk factor to Insurance Providers, that information will be used to increase your premiums and deny coverage.
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    07-13-2016, 05:35 PM
    Dave Chappelle: Fuck It (Stinky's Song)
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    07-13-2016, 05:26 PM
    Maybe they killed off the Hulk because those movies did not fare quite as well at the box office? Basically, make us money or we will kill off your character?
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    07-13-2016, 05:22 PM
    /agree When putting a collar on a dogs neck, we dont want the dogs to be afraid of the collar, although it is also used for control of the dog. The dog is allowed some time to get used to wearing their new collars. When the ability to choose to protect ones privacy has been fully eliminated, then they will use their total invasion of privacy to yank hard on our collars we let them put around our necks. If they had instead offered "Free Government Camera In Your House", then immediately came down on those early takers for everything they said and did, word would spread and most people would reject surveillance if given a choice. The choice needs to be first eliminated, then privacy depopularized, then finally when total surveillance is in place, that is when we finally see the nightmarish orwellian consequences of the end of privacy. - "You critiziced the President and must be punished." - "You supported the legalization of pot and must be punished." - "You read news stories online that show a pattern of extremist behavior." - "You eat too much bacon and are therefore a risk to the profit margins of your insurance provider."
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    07-13-2016, 04:48 PM But but but "everything is awesome" in wonderful Socialist Venezuela! The more important question is how long until the same thing happens here, when even Dr. Ron Paul stated "USA Now Disintegrating Just Like USSR"?
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    07-13-2016, 04:36 PM
    Apparently Trigglypuff Barbie is going to become more popular than Soup Kitchen Barbie. What will they think of next?
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    07-13-2016, 04:34 PM
    Someone want to answer me this? Why does Samsung now want to put Internet Connected Cameras in your fridge? Is it really for your convenience, or is it another way to collect data to judge you by? Why do we need internet connected watches that monitor our heartbeats and blood pressure? If that data were sold to someone, could they use it as a reason to jack up your insurance premiums or flat out deny you coverage for health care you may need? What is the purpose of Pokemon Go? It is not just your Camera, GPS, and Microphone they are connected to, but absolutely every shred of information in your Google Account and your entire phone that is being "voluntarily shared"? Pokemon Go is a stage of Indoctrination where a false sense of trust is created in children so that later in life, they will passively accept even the most extreme forms of surveillance that allows their owners and rulers to control every action they make. Public schools teaches children in such a way that they do not learn to think for themselves, just blindly obey and follow every order from every figure of authority. Once thinking has been shut down, they entertain children in order to prevent them from thinking about the consequences of sharing every shred of information and never concluding the long term consequences of absolute surveillance. - The difference between Right and Wrong is always Subjective. - Without Privacy, everything has the potential to be interpreted as a Crime. The children are the leaders of tomorrow, and we continue to teach them that Privacy has absolutely no value and should be something to be feared and resisted. What happens to our world when our children today take up those positions of leadership tomorrow having learned exactly what they have been taught today?
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    07-13-2016, 04:23 PM
    So much for freedom of speech. When displaying a flag is deemed offensive enough to be worth censoring, you can be guaranteed that any public display of support for your own country is soon to follow. "Made in USA" is now deemed offensive. Wearing shirts with the American Flag is equally offensive. I do not think it will be long until words such as "Freedom, Liberty, Rights, and Constitution" are all flat out banned and prohibited by law. We pass laws to prevent offending people who broke the law to get here. How ironic. We will eventually end up passing laws that restrict or even fully eliminate freedom of speech so that the general law abiding slaves do not offend the Pastafarian Religion of Spaghetti. We only afford the protections of the law to minorities when it enables more power, control, and censorship to the state and does not offer any actual protections to those minorities. We continue to purposefully misinterpret the word minority as racial and never recognize certain choices of people as being minorities. Libertarians and Constitutionalists are as much a minority group as any ethnic group. Yet, no one in our so called elected representation affords us any form of dignity or even recognition. We are considered fringe and dangerous. We are disenfranchised. The values and principles we try to support within reason are branded extremist and censored by both governments and private corporations such as Facebook and Google by their various algorithms. ... and for the record, that is NOT the Confederate Flag, that is the State of Virginia's Battle Flag.
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    07-13-2016, 04:11 PM
    I like the idea of something that gets kids to go outside and play and interact with each other and the people in their community. I do not like the idea of something that gets kids to surrender every shred of privacy so it can be sold to those who will later use this information to take more money from them while getting kids to venture forth dangerously into places that are dangerous and corporatizes every behavior and location. Send kids to parks or nearby local libraries or their friends houses, sure, but send kids to Toys R Us or McDonalds to battle some rare Pokemon and you see the real value of privacy to corporations. The power to use private locational data to manipulate kids into consumers. Todays kids are so dumb that if they had to go to the middle of a busy freeway during rush hour to get a pokemon, many would probably do it.
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by DamianTV on 03-11-2013 at 02:16 PM
(This was a post that I slightly edited to make sense by itself. The original post is here.)

Very few people are looking toward the Future when Privacy is Impossible. But if Privacy is completely gone, will a Revolution even be possible?

Google GlASS might be able to record what you do right now as a video, but this will only be the first in a long series of progressively privacy invading advancements. One of them inevitably will be Google Contact Lenses. However,

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