No,not really.LOLZ! However my computer did die,and I almost did too! Had a heart attack,Dr’s put a stint in it. While I was in the hospital they also found cancer on one of my Kidneys.I go in next month to have it removed.Lucky they caught it early.No Chemo and they only need to take out half of my kidney. On the bright side,my son bought me a computer for fathers day! So I’m BACK!!!! For now. LOLZ!
A couple in Sanford, Fla., is afraid for their lives after people posted their home address on Twitter and said it was that of George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch captain who shot dead Trayvon Martin.
The mistake reportedly has forced David and Elaine McClain, a couple in their 70s whose home is about four miles from where Martin was shot, to flee to a hotel.
Among those retweeting the couple’s address was film director Spike Lee, who has nearly 250,000 followers on Twitter.
Sometimes there are people you randomly follow because they tumbl well and their life story just opens your heart to them. Sometimes those awesome people have the scariest life circumstances, and are thus forced into a corner on how they play the game of life. And sometimes you end up losing them. Even though we’re not friends, I’ll miss it…
Security company IID (Internet Identity) believes that half of all Fortune 500 companies and more than two dozen major government entities in the US are still currently infected with the worm as of early 2012. Unless they take the proper steps to eradicate the Trojan from their systems, millions of users worldwide will be left hog-tied, helplessly attempting to navigate to nonexistent servers and, in effect, without the Web.
Occupy DC’s Kevin Zeese published a piece telling Van Jones, Democratic bold name, to back off and stop co-opting Occupy Wall Street. Zeese opens by calling Jones a “false leader.” He writes:
The corporate media is anointing a false leader of the Occupy Movement in Van Jones of Rebuild the Dream.
The former Obama administration official, who received a golden parachute at Princeton and the Democratic think tank Center for American Progress when he left the administration, is doing what Democrats always do—see the energy of an independent movement, race to the front, then lead it down a dead end and essentially destroy it. Jones is doing the dirty work of a Democratic operative and while he and other Dem front groups pretend to support Occupiers, their real mission is to co-opt it…
Before he ran to the front of the Occupy Movement, Jones’ Rebuild the Dream had been saying that its first task was to elect Democrats. Now he is claiming there will be 2000 “99% candidates” in 2012. These Democrats will be re-branded as part of the 99% movement. Democrats will now be re-labeled and marketed as part of the 99% movement. Republican operatives did the same thing to the Tea Party… At Occupy Washington, DC, we recognize that putting our time, energy and resources into elections will not produce the change we want to see. What we need to do right now is build a dynamic movement supported by independent media that stands in stark contrast to both corporate-bought-and-paid-for parties.
“The former Army intelligence analyst suspected of leaking classified and sensitive documents to WikiLeaks will finally get a public hearing next month, more than 18 months after he was first arrested.
Bradley Manning will have an Article 32 hearing beginning on Dec. 16 at Fort Meade in Maryland. The hearing, which is expected to last five days, is a military procedure similar to a grand jury hearing, whereby prosecutors will lay out their evidence before a judge who will determine if the case is sufficiently strong for the young private to be court-martialed.
The Army has filed 22 counts against Manning, including a capital charge of aiding the enemy, for which the government said it would not seek the death penalty. Other charges include five counts of theft of public property or records, two counts of computer fraud, eight counts of transmitting defense information in violation of the Espionage Act, and one count of wrongfully causing intelligence to be published on the internet knowing it would be accessible to the enemy.
If convicted of all charges, Manning faces a maximum punishment of life in prison, the Army said in a press release.
The hearing will be open to the media and public, except for points in the proceedings where classified information may be discussed. Fort Meade, where the hearing will occur, is the home of the U.S. National Security Agency.
The hearing represents the first time that the defense has an opportunity to hear the government’s entire case against Manning. Both the prosecution and defense will be able to call witnesses to the hearing and cross-examine them, according to a blog post by Manning’s attorney, David E. Coombs. The defense will also receive copies of the criminal investigation files and witness statements.”~Read more: Wired
File formal complaint against UC Davis police officer here: (pdf)
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Reporting a Crime or Accident UC Davis Police Non-Emergency Service (530) 752-1727
UC Office of the President Mark G. Yudof University of California 1111 Franklin St., 12th Floor Oakland, CA 94607 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor at the university, Nathan Brown, wrote an “open letter” calling on Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi to resign. The entire letter boldly condemns the Chancellor for permitting riot police to handle students as police did. (source)
His boss, UCD Police Chief Annette Spicuzza, told the Davis Enterprise that she’s “very proud” of her officers. “I don’t believe any of our officers were hurt,” she says, “and I hope none of the students were injured.” (source)
California Penal Code Section 12403.7 (a) (8) (g) Any person who uses tear gas or tear gas weapons except in self-defense is guilty of a public offense and is punishable byimprisonment in a state prison for 16 months, or two or three years or in a county jail not to exceed one year or by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000), or by both the fine and imprisonment, except that, if the use is against a peace officer, as defined in Chapter 4.5 (commencing with Section 830) of Title 3 of Part 2, engaged in the performance of his or her official duties and the person committing the offense knows or reasonably should know that the victim is a peace officer, the offense is punishable by imprisonment in a state prison for 16 months or two or three years or by a fine of one thousand dollars ($1,000), or by both the fine and imprisonment.
I’ve smoked dope, chewed rope, danced, French romanced, fucked, farted, fought, shot the moon and drove big trucks. I’ve been to Janesville Maine, Spain, Spokane and Fort Wayne, seen three world fairs, been around the world twice, looked danger in the face and seen goats fuck in the marketplace, but I ain’t never seen no shit like the shit that goes on around this place.