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July is Month of Twitter Bugs
Topic: Miscellaneous 1:30 pm EDT, Jul  1, 2009

July 2009 will be Month of Twitter Bugs.
This blog will be used for posting the vulnerabilities.


First up are vulns from Looks like this blog is having the desired effect so far.

July is Month of Twitter Bugs

RE: Ban Is Advised on 2 Top Pills for Pain Relief -
Topic: Miscellaneous 11:19 am EDT, Jul  1, 2009

janelane wrote:

ADELPHI, Md. — A federal advisory panel voted narrowly on Tuesday to recommend a ban on Percocet and Vicodin, two of the most popular prescription painkillers in the world, because of their effects on the liver.

This is a blow to migraine sufferers like myself, but [b]I'm sure other products will soon fill the gap left by these medicines[/b]. I just wish they had actually addressed the core problem (medicines which are a combination of acetaminophen) instead of two of the culprits.



RE: Ban Is Advised on 2 Top Pills for Pain Relief -

Topic: Miscellaneous 3:13 pm EDT, Jun 10, 2009

This study is titled 'Bank Failures and the Deposit Insurance Fund'


RE: Feeling old
Topic: Miscellaneous 10:53 pm EDT, May 13, 2009

Acidus wrote:
Pretty Hate Machine is 20 years old.

... ... [sigh] ...

I was thinking the same thing about Space Quest III the other day.

RE: Feeling old

RE: 'This Twitter thing is annoying as hell' -- Gregg Doyel at 6:01 p.m. - News, Fantasy, Video
Topic: Miscellaneous 10:55 am EDT, Apr 27, 2009

Acidus wrote:

So there's your tweet from your sweet, Lance Armstrong. He's watching the Belgium cycling race La Fleche Wallone. Does receiving that information make you feel like you're part of something? And if so, what? And why?

Am I sounding negative? Even petty? Sue me. Everybody has a limit, and I've reached mine with Twitter, which isn't just the world's fastest-growing social networking tool. It's a religion, filling the hole in regular people's regular lives.

Don't look at me like that. I'm not the neighborhood crank, kicking you kids off my lawn. I've embraced the blogging revolution, bookmarking multiple sites and visiting them every day. More than 20 million Americans write a blog, many of them for audiences approaching zero. Less than 9 percent of the blogging public makes any money at all, and only 2 out of every 100 bloggers support themselves fully. But still 20 million people do it. And I get that. It's personal expression. It's art. Doesn't matter whether it's done well or not. Art is art. So I get blogging.

Facebook and MySpace? I don't get that, unless it's for dating purposes. Horniness, I understand. The need to tell people what you're doing at various junctures of the day? And to read what other people are doing? Gregg is folding clothes ... I don't understand. And I never will. My life shouldn't be that interesting to you, and your life damn sure isn't that interesting to me.

Hear hear!

RE: 'This Twitter thing is annoying as hell' -- Gregg Doyel at 6:01 p.m. - News, Fantasy, Video

RE: YouTube - The Lonely Island (SNL) - I'm On A Boat (ft. T-Pain) - Uncensored Video (Album Version)
Topic: Miscellaneous 9:52 am EDT, Apr 24, 2009

Decius wrote:
If you enjoyed the boss video you'll like this one, although its a little less over the top.

Jason Scott played this in the Memedump at Notacon this year, got quite a crowd reaction.

RE: YouTube - The Lonely Island (SNL) - I'm On A Boat (ft. T-Pain) - Uncensored Video (Album Version)

RE: Florida Doc wins Round in Police Brutality Case
Topic: Miscellaneous 10:39 am EST, Dec 21, 2008

skullaria wrote:
"SALINAS, Calif. -- A man who was mistaken for a robber and ended up with a face broken in six places filed a lawsuit against the city and two officers on Thursday.

Ryan Favila said that on Oct. 18, 2007 he was mistaken for a car thief, thrown to the ground and then kicked in the face by Salinas police officer Michael Cupak.

Favila sustained a fractured nose and bones in his face broke in six places."

The problem, IMO, - what will cause great trouble soon, I think - is that the police almost always clear each other of brutality charges. It leaves people feeling there is no justice?

Those officers need to be held down on the ground and kicked in the face the same way, let them see how it feels. If they go through taser training and have to take a hit from a taser to know how it feels, shouldn't they be exposed to _all_ tactics they choose to use?

RE: Florida Doc wins Round in Police Brutality Case

RE: Ito En
Topic: Miscellaneous 1:55 pm EST, Dec  8, 2008

Decius wrote:

Poised as the world's leading supplier of green tea, ITO EN is dedicated to the promotion of the fine taste, traditions, and benefits of green tea.

Generally speaking, Americans are not fond of drinking unsweet tea. Although (blessfully) many restaurants in the south offer it, you're not actually supposed to drink it that way. It always comes delivered with a collection of sweetener packets and with a big spoon sticking out of the glass, and I've gotten my share of odd looks from waiters when the first thing I do is pull the spoon out and then proceed to drink the beverage au naturale.

You're supposed to drink corn syrup. Coke in some areas, Pepsi in others. In the south sweet tea is an accepted substitute and unsweet is offered merely as an accommodation to diabetics, who are expected to load the beverage up with their artificial sweetener of choice if they aren't willing to drink one of the high tech "diet" beverages the cola companies are pushing. Don't believe me? Try to buy unsweet tea in a can. Good luck with that. I really wonder what the hell diabetic people in the United States drank before artificial sweetener was invented.

The recent popularity of green tea has resulted in a number strange iced green tea beverages hitting the market here. They can't just sell iced green tea in a bottle. No way. Americans aren't going to drink that! Often these green tea concoctions are so loaded with corn syrup that they are worse for you than cola! Diet versions are offered with those same high tech sweeteners, or honey. This is not what green tea is supposed to taste like!

The reason people in Japan are healthier than you isn't because anti-oxidants in green tea have some sort of magical power. Its because for every corn syrupy cola or rat poisoned diet beverage you've slugged away in your life they have chosen to drink a natural beverage without any sweeteners. And it tastes better that way! Fortunately the company that makes a significant portion of Japan's unsweet green tea does bottle and sell their product in America. You can order cases of it off of their website, but I ran into two liter bottles at Target recently.

It tastes good, its good for you, and its got plenty of caffeine. Please pick up a bottle and keep them in business over here so I don't have to go back to trying to brew the stuff myself!

Hear hear. I've been off soda for about 5 years now. Green tea all the way.

Still, I miss Nitro Cola. It's the only "extreme" cola I found palatable.

RE: Ito En

RE: -- Obama to Review Costs of Shuttle Replacement Vehicle
Topic: Miscellaneous 11:18 pm EST, Dec  3, 2008

bucy wrote:

U.S. President-elect Barack Obama's NASA transition team is asking U.S. space agency officials to quantify how much money could be saved by canceling the Ares 1 rocket and scaling back the Orion Crew Exploration Vehicle next year.

YES! Kill the stick!

Not a fan? I thought it was a good plan to have a crew rocket and a payload rocket.

RE: -- Obama to Review Costs of Shuttle Replacement Vehicle

RE: InternetNews Realtime IT News - Nude Photos on iPhone a Wakeup Call
Topic: Miscellaneous 10:57 pm EST, Nov 24, 2008

Decius wrote:

"Photos like nude shots of someone's spouse are not the only sensitive data on a smartphone," Tom Cross, IBM X-force researcher, told

How often do you get a quote like that?

In other iPhone data confidentiality news...

RE: InternetNews Realtime IT News - Nude Photos on iPhone a Wakeup Call

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