Friday, June 29, 2012

I WANT JUST ONE OBAMA DRONE TO REFUTE ME ON THIS ON THE MERITS.

http://www.getbig.com/boards/index.php?PHPSESSID=f043dcc4d128d410ad842a017ed752d7&topic=429844.0 Apple lobbies obama and the congress to force people to buy an ipad as part of an "education law" or face a tax penalty - legal Ruger lobbies Romney to force Americans to buy firearms under 'anti-Crime" law or face a tax - legal Chevy wants to recoup its losses from the bailout by forcing us to buy a volt or face a tax - legal Solyndra lobbies obama to force americans to buy its solar panels under new "Environmental Law" or face a tax - legal NYSC lobbies Romney to force people to buy gym memberships under new "Anti-Obesity" law or face a tax - legal Monsanto lobbies Obama to force american to buy tomatos, salads, etc under new "Safe Food" law or face a tax - legal Trek lobbies the congress and president to force people to by a mountain bike as part of "anti-obesity" law or face a tax - legal Valvoline lobbies president and congress to mandate proof of oil changes in your car every 4,000 miles as part of "transportation law" or face a tax - legal American Standard lobbies president and congress to by new toilet bowl w new tech as part of "safe water" act or face a tax - legal DO YOU PEOPLE GET IT YET?

Public school system and MSM has conditioned most people into pure stupidity and obedience. Just at those on this board cheering this on. They are slaves and lemmings.

http://www.getbig.com/boards/index.php?PHPSESSID=f043dcc4d128d410ad842a017ed752d7&topic=429844.0

end the fed!! punch bernanke and al keynesian thieves in the dong!

Re: Urban Youths Storm Detroit Gas Station; Store Clerk Brutally Beaten

Re: Urban Youths Storm Detroit Gas Station; Store Clerk Brutally Beaten « Reply #4 on: June 21, 2012, 11:50:56 AM http://www.getbig.com/boards/index.php?PHPSESSID=f043dcc4d128d410ad842a017ed752d7&topic=429205.0 Hey, at least this fella is honest. Lol@the reporter trying to be politically correct and racially sensitive during the interview. Lets face it, neighborhoods that are predominantly black are usually shitholes. Race baiters can wail all they want and claim it's the fault of 'The System' or the white man keeping the black man down, but I call bullshit. Until a larger percentage of blacks adopt what you could call 'white' values and more fully embrace and meld into our 'white' society, this issue will not go away. The US needs fewer Ron Artests running around and more BayGBM's.

let everyone buy guns store owner beaten

http://www.getbig.com/boards/index.php?PHPSESSID=f043dcc4d128d410ad842a017ed752d7&topic=429205.0

the usa need no advice from failed eocnomies of europe or those who wish to ape them

remember einstein was a fraud who took ideas from people seeking to patent them in typical political craphead way

remember usa is #1 in medical and 10x the success in econmoic production of any european state

remember the brits lost both world wars to germany and were bailed out by usa

free market lets producer come to market with non producer, gov crap steals for non producer

Burke: "All that is required for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing."

why produce when fucker tax away your creations?

(1:54:23 PM) heycomedy: taxing rent would be awesome (1:54:45 PM) heycomedy: I never knew until last few years there was economic system outside capitalism or communism (1:54:49 PM) heycomedy: geoism (1:54:53 PM) heycomedy: single tax on land (1:55:01 PM) heycomedy: tax rent so idle landowners screwed (1:55:04 PM) heycomedy: charge 800 rent? (1:55:09 PM) heycomedy: ok 800 tax a month

(1:54:23 PM) heycomedy: taxing rent would be awesome (1:54:45 PM) heycomedy: I never knew until last few years there was economic system outside capitalism or communism (1:54:49 PM) heycomedy: geoism (1:54:53 PM) heycomedy: single tax on land (1:55:01 PM) heycomedy: tax rent so idle landowners screwed (1:55:04 PM) heycomedy: charge 800 rent? (1:55:09 PM) heycomedy: ok 800 tax a month

(1:49:47 PM) JT: dang u hadn't been back there for awhile then! (1:49:56 PM) heycomedy: :) (1:50:00 PM) JT: that was kinda epic night. even tho not chicks around just awesome fun drunkedness (1:52:36 PM) heycomedy: I think to get welfare women should have to give handjobs (1:52:41 PM) heycomedy: same for student loans (1:52:46 PM) heycomedy: 1$ handjobs (1:52:53 PM) JT: lol (1:52:54 PM) heycomedy: outa work? no problem (1:52:59 PM) heycomedy: u can make 40$ cash a day (1:53:10 PM) heycomedy: 5 an hour fulltime (1:53:14 PM) heycomedy: 20min per (1:53:33 PM) heycomedy: would reorganize society a little

(1:49:47 PM) JT: dang u hadn't been back there for awhile then! (1:49:56 PM) heycomedy: :) (1:50:00 PM) JT: that was kinda epic night. even tho not chicks around just awesome fun drunkedness (1:52:36 PM) heycomedy: I think to get welfare women should have to give handjobs (1:52:41 PM) heycomedy: same for student loans (1:52:46 PM) heycomedy: 1$ handjobs (1:52:53 PM) JT: lol (1:52:54 PM) heycomedy: outa work? no problem (1:52:59 PM) heycomedy: u can make 40$ cash a day (1:53:10 PM) heycomedy: 5 an hour fulltime (1:53:14 PM) heycomedy: 20min per (1:53:33 PM) heycomedy: would reorganize society a little

guy remember steroids=all pro sports power no brown athletes not better, and yes le bron handed title by nba refs marketing committe

jordan sqh kobe lebron jsut steroiders, any white guy on bit of juice do as well or better with same # shots, probly more, hek bird wiped his ass with jordan for 10 years without roids

wiggs on getbig is the ugly brown guy driving geo metro and only gets fatties

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Sen. Paul to Newsmax: Obamacare Remains Unconstitutional, Despite SCOTUS Ruling Thursday, 28 Jun 2012 05:51 PM

http://www.newsmax.com/TheWire/paul-obamacare-unconstitutional-ruling/2012/06/28/id/443909

But Gingrich said he was hopeful that Democratic senators facing elections in November will put pressure on Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to put the issue to a vote this summer. The GOP-controlled House has already scheduled a vote for the second week of July. “You’ll see pressure in the Senate,” he said. “You’ll see Sen. Reid on behalf of the Democrats trying to block a vote in the Senate.

http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/gingrich-repeal-healthcare-obama/2012/06/28/id/443843

Gingrich: Obamacare Repeal 'Defining Issue of Fall Campaign'

http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/gingrich-repeal-healthcare-obama/2012/06/28/id/443843

learn haskell and get very rich solving cool problems

http://www.learnyouahaskell.com/

fordism and the assembly line might be best inventions

plack middleware and dancer

19:36] I think with most deploys a front end reverse proxy like nginx is used for static content, but some application frameworks like dancer also support including static stuff [19:37] == Raugturi [~Raugturi@unaffiliated/raugturi] has quit [Quit: WeeChat 0.3.7] [19:37] == hemanth [~hemanth@182.71.223.66] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] [19:38] == hemanth [~hemanth@182.71.223.66] has joined #perl [19:39] dancer yeah I heard that is very nice [19:39] trying to outdo catalyst [19:39] eh [19:39] we do static files [19:39] but generally we don't recommend it [19:39] I work @ ruby rails shop [19:39] its nice it seems but eats RAM [19:39] like mofo [19:40] not because dancer can't handle it, but because you shouldn't be putting your assets on the webapp layer, going through all the stack [19:40] let memcached handle them? [19:40] or varnish? [19:40] instead you should either be putting them on your varnish (cache server), your nginx (reverse-proxy) or in a plack middleware [19:40] or mogileFS? [19:40] in plaq middleware? [19:40] == Jayefuu [~Jayefuu@96.26.101.103] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] [19:40] and dancer supports middlewares fully [19:40] why there? [19:40] yes [19:40] there's a nice one that handles assets nicely [19:41] https://metacpan.org/module/Plack::Middleware::Assets [19:41] concatenates, minifies, has expires [19:41] this helps quite a bit [19:41] == zellio [~zellio@rrcs-72-43-96-54.nyc.biz.rr.com] has joined #perl [19:41] rails supports that too, but you have to go through the stack with your request [19:42] the plack middleware handles it before dancer (or whatever other framework you're using) [19:42] also, it's above the framework, so you can switch frameworks and it will still work seamlessly [19:42] also, it's 5:40am and i think i should probably go to sleep [19:42] no shit [19:42] nice [19:42] yeah [19:42] can it call to mogileFS? [19:43] and in dancer you can set up middlewares already in the config and it loads automatically [19:43] wat u think of ha proxy v perlbal

happstack talking smak 10,000s of simultaneous connections for network servers!!!!

http://www.happstack.com/C/ViewPage/5

government spending in ineffient and makes insider weasils rich who get all contracts for work and land and building to 'help poor' what laod fo shit all med prices must go up or whatever prices to compensate for making idiot friend of gov guy rich wow so in your face

alternatives to python perl ruby php

smalltalk scheme common lisp haskell erlang aolserver tcl ada and aws

companies are still uner utilizing cpus, I go on a dozen vms and all load avg 0.20, yet have doznens mroe vms, seems retarded

Haskell code is only 2-3 times slower than C and Fortran, and 10x faster than languages like PHP, Ruby, and Python.

http://www.happstack.com/C/ViewPage/5

20 Allen, Ray SG 6-5 206 36 16 Connecticut $10,000,000 overpaid

Garnett, Kevin FC/C 6-11 253 36 17 None $21,247,044 overpaid

we have the technology! the politics is what is needing reform! end all non engineering or med school! let rest be private passtimes they should be!

why doesn't obama care build new hospitals and commodify health products instead of hiring army of IRS wankers?

democrats are fucking up health care like they do everything else

some economists think GDP should not include government expenditures

Obama administration diverts $500M to IRS to implement healthcare reform law

http://thehill.com/blogs/healthwatch/health-reform-implementation/220475-white-house-has-diverted-500m-to-irs-to-implement-health-law

fuck you john roberts you harvard communist fuck the superem court how in hell they uphold obama care mandating buy insurance? this is communism through insurance and unconstitutional

The "death" of the tea party has been greatly exaggerated. Five-term Rep. John Sullivan (R-OK) was defeated last night by Jim Bridenstine, a conservative with strong support from local tea party activists. It was the first time in 18 years an incumbent Congressman in Oklahoma had been defeated in a primary.

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/06/27/tea-party-claims-another-gop-incumbent

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie vowed Tuesday to “kick [Democrats’] rear ends from one end of the state to the other” after they refused to include a 10 percent across-the-board income tax cut in the state budget.

Christie Plans Brawl With Democrats on NJ Budget Wednesday, 27 Jun 2012 12:29 PM By Sandy Fitzgerald Share: More . . . A A | Email Us | Print | Forward Article 0 inShare New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie vowed Tuesday to “kick [Democrats’] rear ends from one end of the state to the other” after they refused to include a 10 percent across-the-board income tax cut in the state budget. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Christie made the threat at a town hall meeting, where he also said, “This is the fight we’re going to have all summer. And if they think I’m going to forget this, they’ve got another think coming. I’ve got a long memory.” Christie accused the state’s Democratic lawmakers of lying to state residents about wanting to cut taxes, and he singled out Senate Budget Committee Chairman Paul Sarlo for special attention. The governor called Sarlo “one arrogant SOB” for building a $183 million surplus into the budget to offset a possible cut in property taxes if state revenues grow as predicted by Christie’s office. In response, Sarlo called it “a badge of honor” to be lambasted by Christie, but he declined to resort to name-calling. He said Democrats were trying to be fiscally responsible at a time when the economy is still shaky. The Inquirer also reported that Democratic Senate President Stephen Sweeney said if Christie’s revenue estimates do hold true, Democrats would approve a tax cut for state residents. © 2012 Newsmax. All rights reserved. Read more on Newsmax.com: Christie Plans Brawl With Democrats on NJ Budget Important: Do You Support Pres. Obama's Re-Election? Vote Here Now!

private all schools, and end all governmetn money to universities

Christie Considering Veto of weak sauce Measure Curbing Tenure for Teachers

Christie Considering Veto of Measure Curbing Tenure for Teachers Wednesday, 27 Jun 2012 04:32 PM Share: More . . . A A | Email Us | Print | Forward Article 0 inShare New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said he may veto a bill weakening teacher-tenure protections that won unanimous approval in the Democratic-controlled Legislature because it doesn’t go far enough. The bill, sponsored by Senator Teresa Ruiz, a Democrat from Newark who leads the education committee, would allow public school districts to strip educators of tenure if they are deemed ineffective in two consecutive performance reviews. It also would lengthen to four years from three the time it would take to earn tenure. Christie, a first-term Republican, said he opposes a provision in the bill that would preserve “last-in, first- out,” a protection that requires districts firing multiple teachers to base their selection on seniority, rather than on performance. “The question is whether there’s enough good things in there for me to sign it,” Christie, 49, said yesterday during a town-hall meeting in Brick. “I’ve got to make that decision, or whether I’ll veto it. That’s the real question, either way, whether I sign it or not.” Christie has been pushing for an overhaul of public education since January 2011. He had sought an end to seniority in his plan, which also includes proposals to institute merit pay and offer vouchers to students from poor families. The governor has battled with the New Jersey Education Association, the state’s largest teachers union, over his proposals. The union supported the tenure legislation once an end to the seniority rule was removed. The bill “addresses the concerns of tenure critics while maintaining fairness for teachers and protecting public schools,” Barbara Keshishian, president of the union, said in a statement on the union’s website. Read more on Newsmax.com: Christie Considering Veto of Measure Curbing Tenure for Teachers Important: Do You Support Pres. Obama's Re-Election? Vote Here Now!

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

switch to firebird or postgresql from mysql ASAP and never ever use oracle or db2, hek cehck out zodb and magma

end public school -- all teachers do better as programmers or something productive all kids smarter without commy brainwashing

end all union pensions

cut gov spending back to reagan levels as a start

end capital gains taxes, why tax me when i am investing post tax $$?? if I spent on hookers no tax

awesome issue for Romney: stop taxing the internet!!!!!

let it be known obama allowed taxing the internet!!!!

end the fed and end pub school and unemployment

bus pass $40 all month, of course 2 hour to work n back but nice book read 2 hour lol

why is geo metro not ressurected? 58 mile per gallon not too shabby!!!!

hold feet to fire anyone who votes AGAINST auditing the FED WED!!! 28june2012

setup incentives to do more with less AKA freedom and all get wealthier

tax things you dont want AKA consumption AKA www.fairtax.org fairtax replaces IRS no more filing

republicans make everyone richer while dems make all poorer by hurting achievement

fed is quite unconstituional and didn't some banker say round turn of century let me print money and you can vote all you want?

not mastrubating seems to make your eyes atract to asses of women more, I lfeel like a hawk, and of course some blue eyed french gal in spandex stretching her quads as I wait for brekfast lil round ass sticking out very fun, I sure innocent right?

Sunday, June 24, 2012

wokout an hour a day min calisthenics cuz its all about the body and $$$

fed operation twist more treason, fed is robbing citizen blind and so few should never be able to take that much ownership by photocopying million dollar bills

Michelle Obama is a really ugly moron.

archlinux won admin award as #1 os in world

1 more stable than redhat debian and solaris combined 2 all binary install and binaries up to date 3 kernel is a package so you always have latest debugged code 4 free! 5 softraid 10 unlike zfs does not eat ram used by busy apps 6 residerFS jfs xfs etc all available 7 most app complie more easily than on bsd or solaris since they are made on linux admin award 4 years running title holder www.archlinux.org

here is a 10 folks and no jen aniston is not, jenny is 3

http://www.youporn.com/watch/7775625/shyla-gets-fucked-and-dominated/?from=categ

Friday, June 22, 2012

destroying another commy in comedy rant lolz

(9:07:25 PM) The topic for ##freebsd is: Welcome to ##FreeBSD || 8.1 sysret fix to be rereleased | Latest Security Advisories 2012-06-12 || 9.1-RELEASE is late Summer || RTFM: http://freebsd.org/handbook || off-topic #not-##FreeBSD || For advocacy join #freebsd-advocacy || grats to t_j (9:07:47 PM) chaotic_good: so netbsd performance > freebsd now? (9:08:16 PM) frogs: caesius: what does file show the program as? sometimes i've seen people have to run "brandelf" on linux programs for various reason, maybe they need it (9:08:38 PM) frogs: caesius: it might also be opening it from a shell script of similar that gets natively executed and not redirected (9:11:06 PM) chaotic_good: http://www.feyrer.de/NetBSD/bx/blosxom.cgi/index.front?-tags=benchmark (9:11:10 PM) chaotic_good: WOW (9:12:30 PM) frogs: chaotic_good: freebsd was fast in comparison to some other os in the past, no longer true (9:12:34 PM) nezZario: ehhh i don't see that (9:13:11 PM) frogs: chaotic_good: on average, freebsd syscalls are six times slower than linux (9:13:21 PM) nezZario: which is :( (9:13:51 PM) nezZario: i'm a diehard netbsd fan,.. but i can't fathom netbsd being faster than freebsd on general benchmarks .. if it's true though, it's true (9:13:55 PM) frogs: other oses have had people working on improving speed, but we have not even enough people to keep up with software/hardware changes (9:14:49 PM) nezZario: that's painful, .. I love *bsd in general (9:15:13 PM) nezZario: not so much in love for openbsd. but, it's not bad. some serious diehard folks workin over there (9:17:02 PM) bambanx left the room (quit: Quit: Saliendo). (9:17:29 PM) mobilegamelabs [~anonymous@unaffiliated/mgl] entered the room. (9:17:42 PM) chaotic_good: I think solaris sucks ass (9:17:51 PM) chaotic_good: and deadrat n u-bung-2 (9:17:57 PM) chaotic_good: bsd and archlinux (9:18:15 PM) nezZario: chaotic_good: you like arch as a bsd user? (9:18:41 PM) chaotic_good: if linux then arch (9:18:44 PM) chaotic_good: its most stable (9:19:06 PM) nezZario: when it has to be linux, i seem to lean towards debian as imho it's the only linux with a sane pkg manager. but in all honesty I don't know crap about arch .. just never seen bsd people mention it before (9:20:43 PM) haroldp: So a disk died in my zpool. They are all labeled with gpart. I assume I need to do the gpart create/add/label dance before I 'zpool replace' it? (9:23:30 PM) chaotic_good: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZO0QN47oIgI&list=PL0DB26CEA7E35FB2C&index=23&feature=plpp_video (9:23:36 PM) chaotic_good: no (9:23:40 PM) chaotic_good: debian is a great evil (9:23:47 PM) chaotic_good: more evil than democrat party (9:23:54 PM) chaotic_good: debian is like redhat (9:24:04 PM) chaotic_good: excep even more random (9:24:15 PM) chaotic_good: arch has all the fun and most stable code (9:24:47 PM) illuminated: well I wouldn't say the Democrat party is evil (9:24:50 PM) cacho left the room. (9:25:08 PM) illuminated: they're the lesser evil of the 2 major parties (9:26:25 PM) illuminated: the republicans, if left to their own devices, would have us living like the people in indonesia (9:26:32 PM) chaotic_good: greater you mean (9:26:36 PM) illuminated: a country ruled by corporations without worker rights (9:26:38 PM) chaotic_good: republicans want everyone to be rich (9:26:46 PM) chaotic_good: dems want everyone to be poor (9:26:59 PM) illuminated: no republicans kiss the ass of the rich so they'll line their own pockets (9:27:18 PM) chaotic_good: no the repubs want everyone to be rich (9:27:22 PM) chaotic_good: to mvoe up (9:27:25 PM) illuminated: republicans just kiss the rich's ass so some of the rich's money will trickle down into their own pockets. That's their idea of trickle down economics (9:27:53 PM) illuminated: this isn't the channel to get into this (9:28:08 PM) illuminated: meet me in another channel and we'll talk about it if you're interested (9:28:21 PM) illuminated: just pick the channel and we can talk about it (9:29:04 PM) nezZario: #arguingontheinternetispointless (9:29:54 PM) illuminated: but I fail to see how a party that wants to provide food stamps for poor people who couldn't otherwise provide food for themselves or their families and paying for it by taxing businesses and rich people is 'evil' (9:29:58 PM) illuminated: seems humanitarian to me (9:30:53 PM) illuminated: if you starve to death, you're definately not going anywhere (9:31:00 PM) illuminated: whether it be up or farther down (9:32:14 PM) chaotic_good: capitalism is humanitarian since it gets rid of laofers and infaltion caused by gov overspending (9:32:22 PM) chaotic_good: eveyone gets rich and had price of producing (9:32:29 PM) illuminated: not all poor people are loafers (9:32:38 PM) chaotic_good: trickle down communism never worked and never will (9:32:38 PM) illuminated: maybe you should work a minimum wage job and see what it's like (9:32:45 PM) chaotic_good: oh yes they are in usa (9:32:53 PM) chaotic_good: why would I ? (9:33:00 PM) qoreQ: there's good and bad things about both parties (9:33:00 PM) chaotic_good: I make 10x min wage (9:33:01 PM) illuminated: to see what it's like for poor people (9:33:05 PM) chaotic_good: I did when young (9:33:08 PM) qoreQ: but why talk about it in a freebsd channel? (9:33:10 PM) chaotic_good: the poor are lazy in usa (9:33:20 PM) erkin left the room (quit: Quit: Ouch! Got SIGABRT, dying...). (9:33:24 PM) illuminated: the poor work harder than the rich (9:33:31 PM) illuminated: they're far from lazy (9:33:40 PM) chaotic_good: in real consittiional world in usa no public school and police and fire private 0 pensions for anyone and 0 $$ to univeristies (9:33:44 PM) chaotic_good: no one leaofsing (9:33:47 PM) chaotic_good: loafin (9:33:53 PM) anub|s [~secrets@c-76-102-92-228.hsd1.ca.comcast.net] entered the room. (9:33:55 PM) chaotic_good: everyone be massively richer (9:34:00 PM) chaotic_good: massively mroe innovation na tek (9:34:10 PM) chaotic_good: free software is ultimate software capitalism (9:34:19 PM) chaotic_good: add value to existing capital and sel all u can (9:34:20 PM) chaotic_good: awesome (9:34:30 PM) chaotic_good: th epoor dont work much at all (9:34:32 PM) chaotic_good: thats why poor (9:34:38 PM) chaotic_good: all actin is not productive labor (9:34:43 PM) chaotic_good: there is the nuke to nuke marx (9:34:47 PM) illuminated: wouldn't be innovation because most of the 'innovators' families couldn't afford to send their children to school so the innovators wouldn't have an education and there'd be no innovation, but as a right-winger I wouldn't expect you to understand that concept (9:34:47 PM) anub|s: is there any impacts to putting MAXCPU=64? (9:35:06 PM) chaotic_good: exactly (9:35:09 PM) chaotic_good: inovation by millions (9:35:13 PM) chaotic_good: many more small biz (9:35:18 PM) chaotic_good: no gov enforced mopnop (9:35:22 PM) jhell: that is pretty far from understanding the ramification of this extremely complicated subject. (9:35:24 PM) illuminated: no because people would be illiterate (9:35:27 PM) chaotic_good: no wankers liek ellison getn all bank$$$ (9:35:42 PM) chaotic_good: sshoot larry ellison!!! (9:35:43 PM) chaotic_good: :) (9:35:49 PM) chaotic_good: end all foriegn aid (9:35:52 PM) chaotic_good: including israel (9:35:53 PM) jhell: far beyond ##FreeBSD (9:36:02 PM) illuminated: i know i wanna take this somewhere else (9:36:03 PM) chaotic_good: I love netbsd (9:36:07 PM) chaotic_good: I love freebsd (9:36:10 PM) chaotic_good: openbsd not bad (9:36:13 PM) jhell: SFW (9:36:14 PM) illuminated: i told him to pick a channel and I'd talk about this (9:36:21 PM) chaotic_good: ok (9:36:32 PM) chaotic_good: join communism (9:36:32 PM) jhell: how about #SFW ! (9:36:37 PM) chaotic_good: I shall fix your miseducation (9:36:39 PM) chaotic_good: further (9:36:49 PM) jhell: thats funny (9:36:56 PM) illuminated: yeah quite (9:37:03 PM) chaotic_good: rachel maddow arrgant confident miseducated type (9:37:04 PM) jhell: should be enlightening to ssay the least (9:37:05 PM) chaotic_good: dumb as rock (9:37:08 PM) jhell: lol (9:37:09 PM) chaotic_good: but confident shes right (9:37:15 PM) chaotic_good: until she has to get edge of her own bs (9:37:16 PM) chaotic_good: lol (9:37:24 PM) chaotic_good: move 20 homeless into mrachel maddows house!! (9:37:32 PM) jhell: any relation to n3td3v ? (9:37:33 PM) chaotic_good: move 20 homeless into rachel maddows house!! (9:37:34 PM) chaotic_good: lol (9:37:38 PM) chaotic_good: im laughing sooo hard (9:37:56 PM) illuminated: I can't debate someone who's brainwashed (9:38:04 PM) chaotic_good: you are miseducated and brainwashed (9:38:13 PM) jhell: chaotic_good, take it somewhere else (9:38:14 PM) chaotic_good: you have confident belief in economics thats are wrong (9:38:23 PM) chaotic_good: I said join communism channel (9:38:25 PM) chaotic_good: im there (9:38:27 PM) chaotic_good: waiting (9:41:29 PM) itaylor57 left the room (quit: Quit: Leaving). (9:44:26 PM) illuminated: just as a I thought (9:44:28 PM) illuminated: a retard (9:44:33 PM) chaotic_good: you are insane retard (9:44:34 PM) chaotic_good: lol (9:44:37 PM) chaotic_good: and very dumb (9:44:42 PM) chaotic_good: cracked liek nut under rpessure (9:44:43 PM) chaotic_good: lol (9:44:49 PM) chaotic_good: im laughing my ass of at you (9:44:52 PM) chaotic_good: you cant argue (9:44:55 PM) chaotic_good: gota call named (9:45:00 PM) ***haroldp blinks (9:45:00 PM) chaotic_good: lllolll (9:45:02 PM) illuminated: the very interent you're using was developed with funds from the US government paid for by taxes so stfu (9:45:12 PM) chaotic_good: funds went where? (9:45:19 PM) chaotic_good: to a corporation (9:45:22 PM) chaotic_good: bell labs (9:45:25 PM) illuminated: the BSD operating system was developed at UC Berkley with government money from tax dollars (9:45:27 PM) chaotic_good: where production got DONE (9:45:28 PM) illuminated: you're such an idiot (9:45:32 PM) chaotic_good: remember bill clinton was a moron (9:45:46 PM) chaotic_good: he had huge lazuie faire unregualted new amrket come into being in his time called the internet (9:45:55 PM) chaotic_good: and rest was republcain congress (9:45:58 PM) chaotic_good: WHEW weeeee (9:46:01 PM) ***haroldp blinks (9:46:05 PM) chaotic_good: ron ragan best economy since 1800s (9:46:07 PM) chaotic_good: yep (9:46:17 PM) chaotic_good: fdr prolonged great depession 12 years (9:46:21 PM) chaotic_good: no bailouts done in 1 (9:46:29 PM) chaotic_good: liek obama tard (9:46:32 PM) chaotic_good: yes (9:46:36 PM) blakkheim: t_j Dianora anyone want to do something about this (9:46:37 PM) chaotic_good: ragan was best growth ince 1800s (9:46:42 PM) chaotic_good: no clintons economy was not better (9:46:46 PM) chaotic_good: yes capitalism makes ll rich (9:46:53 PM) illuminated: and where are you from? (9:46:55 PM) chaotic_good: yes republicans want everyne to be rich (9:46:59 PM) chaotic_good: dems want everyone poor illoomn8 illuminated (9:47:14 PM) chaotic_good: its sad miseducated morons like illuminated cant get kindergarden concepts straight (9:47:23 PM) illuminated: where are you from? (9:47:26 PM) haroldp: I don't know if it should be lower, or higher, exactly... (9:47:33 PM) chaotic_good: remember fascism was left wing (9:47:38 PM) haroldp: but someone's medication needs an adjustment. (9:47:39 PM) chaotic_good: big governemtn running business (9:47:50 PM) chaotic_good: captialism is way otu from nazi/cmmy/facists/socailsit sillynes (9:48:05 PM) illuminated: where are you from? (9:48:11 PM) chaotic_good: there was an econmoics system tried in 19th century and faield miserably: socialism (9:48:19 PM) chaotic_good: as it did in every other centry (9:48:21 PM) chaotic_good: :) (9:48:27 PM) chaotic_good: usa (9:48:27 PM) jhell: chaotic_good, as said before... take it somewhere else (9:48:39 PM) chaotic_good: jhell: tell him too (9:48:47 PM) haroldp: wait. who was socialist in the 19th century? (9:48:55 PM) illuminated: he's an idiot (9:49:01 PM) jhell: both of you two. soemone has to step up and be the bigger brother or sister... (9:49:04 PM) chaotic_good: nah u are (9:49:07 PM) illuminated: he's brainwashed by the republicans there's no hope for him best to let it go (9:49:10 PM) chaotic_good: no you are (9:49:13 PM) chaotic_good: I am genius (9:49:23 PM) chaotic_good: you are miseducated wanker (9:49:28 PM) haroldp: s/genius/high/ (9:49:34 PM) jhell: lol (9:49:49 PM) haroldp: seriously... (9:49:58 PM) haroldp: <-- free market libertarian (9:50:07 PM) haroldp: but you are high, and acting like an ass. (9:50:09 PM) jhell: o gfl (9:50:15 PM) haroldp: take that shit somewhere else (9:50:32 PM) chaotic_good: objectivist anti israel polytheist <<< who respect single tax ideas of henry george, and genius football n baketball stud (9:50:37 PM) haroldp: ah (9:50:42 PM) jhell: ------------- END OF SUBJECT HERE ----------------------- (9:50:45 PM) haroldp: "objectivist" (9:50:50 PM) haroldp: that explains it (9:50:55 PM) chaotic_good: < not a communist pussy (9:51:20 PM) haroldp: == Rand cultist (9:51:58 PM) illuminated: well I'm a Democrat but that didn't stop me from putting a knife through an Iraqi's throat when I was there (9:52:01 PM) chaotic_good: read aryn rand book capitalism th eunknown ideal (9:52:04 PM) chaotic_good: its 100% corrrect (9:52:08 PM) chaotic_good: except for pro israel stuff (9:52:11 PM) chaotic_good: its spot on (9:52:37 PM) chaotic_good: the anti capitalist mentality by von mises good too (9:52:57 PM) chaotic_good: I vote republican and for ron paul and voted for arnodl and ross perot (9:53:00 PM) chaotic_good: oh yeahhhh!! (9:53:12 PM) chaotic_good: im not a bedweeting socialsit wanker (9:53:30 PM) chaotic_good: objectivist (9:53:31 PM) chaotic_good: yeah (9:53:36 PM) chaotic_good: do yourself a favor (9:53:46 PM) chaotic_good: actually be intellectual and read ayn rand book (9:53:52 PM) chaotic_good: the decide for yourself (9:54:08 PM) chaotic_good: look at DMV vs wal mart (9:54:35 PM) chaotic_good: home schooled kids 25% better in school than government grip schools (9:54:45 PM) chaotic_good: hek 1600 SATS nonstop by home schoolers (9:54:45 PM) illuminated: with the use of incorrect grammar and spelling disabilities I'd guess you were some hillbilly from Tennessee or some place like that that's never read Rand or read anything because it's too 'difficult' for you to get through, and I doubt you make 10x minimum wage. (9:54:52 PM) chaotic_good: yeah typing is pelbian skill (9:55:00 PM) chaotic_good: and Im laughing so much at you who cares (9:55:13 PM) chaotic_good: pedantic detail is not being intellectual (9:55:18 PM) chaotic_good: when will dems get that? (9:55:26 PM) chaotic_good: most educated people vote republican (9:55:34 PM) chaotic_good: most engineer and scientists (9:55:36 PM) illuminated: actually, most educated people are liberal (9:55:39 PM) chaotic_good: most MBA and businessmen (9:55:42 PM) chaotic_good: msot CEO (9:55:52 PM) chaotic_good: most people who produce something (9:55:56 PM) chaotic_good: leeches vot democrat

move 20 homeless into rachel maddows house!!

republican make everyonie rich and dems claim to what hialrious claiming of un earned good

demcorats obsessed with reinventing hsitory in commy paradigm and itll never work

nothign mroe barf puke than democrat scifi, never project commy high brow enviro cuntery or racism bs or as if a commy is more educated than a straight talking billionaire self made american

goto womans place to fuck then bolt

europe is a socialist nazi shtihole with tons of rules that stangle anyone accomplishing anything and making equality and mediocrity more important than achievement and exceptional work, fuck off eurodummies and your economies totally suck ass because of that

netbsd kick ass performance

http://www.feyrer.de/NetBSD/bx/blosxom.cgi/index.front?-tags=benchmark

netsky 2 look like a pack of jew fags

give dev box wih 64M ram and say make ur shit work fast homy

gently scratch those balls u hot lil pro as u stroke it with oil!! oh yeahea!!

hiring pro for oily handjobs cost same $100 as drinks but get to squirt n save time to play more vidgames!

write movies oh yeah everything is D&D, instead fo 1 or 3 D&D elements put 100 into movie

magic gods demons planar travel gods fighting golems cyclopses giants elves dwarves faery folk moving trees giant lizards dinosaurs goblins lizard men cthulhu gods wre wolves wights sons of yudkuss mind flayers rakshasas beholders evil priests necromancers summoners alchemists dungeons dragons giant bugs giant spiders anthropomorphic animals psionics fighting monks pirates ninjas assassins thieves guilds trolls orgres endless forests endless jungles skeletons skelton knights mummies orcs duergar rocs chimearae griffins ghols fetch oriental demons flying carpets genii rune swords artifical hand from alien being with powers ancient artifacts books of forbidden knowledge mauls death knights

end college end public school, up reaseach institutes with specific goals

who led the NFL in rushing in 1975? Franco Harris? orrrrr MY PENIS??

stop thinkin and follow the rules!! secret of trend trading

governemtn spending should not be considered part of gdp, thats a commy outlook

clinton ez to nuke: new unregulated lazie fiare industry inveneted during his time: the internet!!!! he was just riding along

yeah work or starve, yep get a job ro start a biz but no handouts for you wiz!!

obama wrong clintoin wrong regan right dem congress udner reagan wrong keynes wrong benanke wrong, schiff right austrain school right ayn rand right except welfare israel

women think they never wrong but are wrong about everything so tell them often

congress ak the house does the spending not senate or president u fuckhead democrats

legal precedent can be swept away any time by constition

all laws aside from the constitution can be ripped up any time, and all gov contracts good until next chage of office

 do 1 set of pushup squat situp leg lift dip chinup to exhaustion
 daily
and run 100 yards

dont let your penis be monopolized!!!

dont let your penis be monopolized!!!

norecrutiers.com oh yeah

remove the obama tak hikes, remove the obama mega health tax, remove the dodd fafnk tax plan on wall st

secret is out: date multiple women same time, takes away all leverage, nerver mary or kid, get vasacctomy, live alone

kill these NBA refs Officials: Dan Crawford, Monty McCutchen, Derrick Stafford

refs hand le bronda a nba title what a fucked nba we have and fucked world, bring back 80s, 2010s suck ass

Thursday, June 21, 2012

le bron and wade on roids as is westbrook etc all nba nfl roids juiced to gills sicne mid teens

republicans want everyone to be rich and do as they please

capitalism tits and prosperity!!!! polytheism!!! anubis crom and poseidon!! imagine world where 0 disability 0 handouts and 0 gov paid school fire police!! everyone producing every one rich free trade low low gov spending

Tariffs, quotas and other import restrictions protect the business of the rich at the expense of high cost of living for the poor. Their intent is to deprive you of the right to choose, and to force you to buy the high-priced inferior products of politically favored companies. — Alan Burris, A Liberty Primer

car pool lane bad idea and los angeles politicians are dooshebags for expanding it on 405 etc fucktards shoul do reverse and remove it all over, how about build double decker freeway instead?

Why do we tolerate speed limits? lawsuits for subjective ideas like race? banks getting free money? fed printing money and stealing trillions? handouts raped from wallets fof taxper and consumer in form of steep prices?

obama is a demagogue 1 : a leader who makes use of popular prejudices and false claims and promises in order to gain power 2 : a leader championing the cause of the common people in ancient times

obama could be the worst president ever, especially the mental damage done fighting the ideas of freedom and integrity

remember republicans want everyone to be productive and rich, while democrat simply want to rob some and give tiny hadnouts to others that soon run dry or cause megainflation making everything expensive

comedy rant about how SAN ZFS virtualization are scams and better off with software raid on a backblaze pod and software load balancing to name based virtual hosts and SSI SSL if needed

(10:36:42 AM) heycomedy: boycotting might not work!! (10:36:53 AM) neo_bi_rex: nice (10:37:03 AM) heycomedy: too much beiber out there! (10:37:20 AM) heycomedy: rm -rf /beiber* (10:37:29 AM) heycomedy: rm -rf /kobe* (10:37:39 AM) heycomedy: rm -rf /lebronda* (10:39:27 AM) heycomedy: led-s all over now when I am driving to work (10:39:34 AM) heycomedy: esp audi (10:41:49 AM) neo_bi_rex: yeah audi is kinda the pioneer of the led headlights (10:42:07 AM) heycomedy: one had lil arched eyebrow look (10:42:12 AM) heycomedy: lol (10:42:25 AM) neo_bi_rex: like a unibrow? (10:42:25 AM) neo_bi_rex: lol (10:42:48 AM) heycomedy: like seagull (10:56:31 AM) heycomedy: netappp!! (10:59:28 AM) neo_bi_rex: APPS! (10:59:30 AM) neo_bi_rex: ON THE NET! (11:03:05 AM) heycomedy: harder to use the linux softraid (11:03:12 AM) heycomedy: than (11:03:18 AM) heycomedy: webex! (11:03:26 AM) heycomedy: get java 7! (11:03:29 AM) heycomedy: lol (11:03:31 AM) heycomedy: chaos (11:04:27 AM) neo_bi_rex: ya but linux softraid is local disk (11:04:32 AM) neo_bi_rex: doesn't really do the same thing (11:06:26 AM) heycomedy: what do you think netapp is inside? (11:06:28 AM) heycomedy: but softriad (11:07:24 AM) neo_bi_rex: not regular softraid tho (11:07:34 AM) neo_bi_rex: i'm sure if you could duplicate it everyone and their mother would (11:07:43 AM) neo_bi_rex: not to mention deduplication (11:07:45 AM) neo_bi_rex: and thin provisioning (11:07:54 AM) neo_bi_rex: not really things you can do with linux softraid (11:08:47 AM) heycomedy: obvouisly (11:08:53 AM) neo_bi_rex: that's not to mention all the other little things (11:09:01 AM) neo_bi_rex: so how does it compare? (11:25:45 AM) heycomedy: netapp is good learning how to manage (11:25:51 AM) heycomedy: mogileFS!!! for the win!! (11:39:58 AM) heycomedy: simplicity (11:40:06 AM) heycomedy: DBA not making mess (11:40:12 AM) heycomedy: making dev db small so just for dev (11:40:17 AM) heycomedy: be smarer (11:40:19 AM) heycomedy: smarter (11:40:30 AM) heycomedy: and lvm snapshots huge compared to mysql dump | pgipz2 (11:40:37 AM) heycomedy: so if sapce is problem, which it is here (11:40:43 AM) heycomedy: better to optimize for space not time (11:40:49 AM) heycomedy: people too hung up on snapshots (11:41:03 AM) heycomedy: like enterprise mentality idiots (11:41:11 AM) heycomedy: if its not snapshots zfs and dedup its no good (11:41:13 AM) heycomedy: fuckign foolls (11:41:24 AM) heycomedy: introduce insane compleity thats not that impressive (11:41:29 AM) heycomedy: when u can optimize for sapce instead (11:41:34 AM) heycomedy: Im not impressed at all (11:41:40 AM) heycomedy: yet wingnuts thnk its snazzy (11:41:44 AM) heycomedy: same as zfs and snapshot (11:41:45 AM) heycomedy: zzz (12:28:53 PM) heycomedy: http://blog.backblaze.com/2011/07/20/petabytes-on-a-budget-v2-0revealing-more-secrets/ (12:28:55 PM) heycomedy: STAR TERK (12:29:05 PM) heycomedy: TREK EVEN (12:29:11 PM) heycomedy: enterprise bullshti artists!!! (12:29:21 PM) heycomedy: end SAN and virtualization!! (12:29:23 PM) heycomedy: end the fed!!! (12:29:27 PM) heycomedy: end the IRS!! (12:32:00 PM) heycomedy: ww.fairtax.org!! (12:32:06 PM) heycomedy: www.fairtax.org (12:32:12 PM) heycomedy: tax consumption not production (12:32:13 PM) heycomedy: !!! (12:33:27 PM) heycomedy: http://harmful.cat-v.org/software/ruby/ (12:35:21 PM) heycomedy: file server!!!! (12:35:24 PM) heycomedy: files!!!1 (12:35:30 PM) heycomedy: ata over ethernet!!! (12:35:42 PM) heycomedy: childs play (12:35:58 PM) heycomedy: redo everything in c!!! (12:36:01 PM) heycomedy: k+R!!

backblaze jbos on rois 67T under 10k LOVE IT woohoo netflix copies with flixapod! storage pod!!

http://blog.backblaze.com/category/storage-pod/

obama is a commy moron 9 trillriion debt in 3 years wow thats more than 8 trillion all rest of usa history!!! WOW

Obama proven a communist by papers

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/report-new-documents-show-obama-was-a-member-of-the-far-left-new-party/

Holder Will Lose Executive Privilege Fight

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/06/20/Holder-will-lose-exec-priv-claim

BOOM: House Committee Holds Holder in Contempt

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/06/20/BOOM-Contempt-order-for-Holder

Scott Walker Seeks Efficient Higher Ed with 'Flexible Degree' Program

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/06/19/Mr-Fix-It-Scott-Walker-Seeks-To-Make-Higher-Education-More-Efficient-With-Flexible-Degree-Program

john kerry is still a moron, In 2010, Sen. John Kerry (D-MA) tried to pass sweeping cap and trade legislation that dealt with climate change and failed. Now, Kerry’s throwing a fit. and wow his daughter alexis a minger

In 2010, Sen. John Kerry (D-MA) tried to pass sweeping cap and trade legislation that dealt with climate change and failed. Now, Kerry’s throwing a fit. http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/06/19/Hissy-Fit-John-Kerry-Says-Global-Warming-Skeptics-Are-Disgraceful

holder dumbest and worst attourney general of all time

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/06/20/DOJ-Retracts-Holder-s-Inadvertent-False-Statement-to-Congress

The Imperial President Strikes Again

Print Article Send a Tip by Ben Shapiro 20 Jun 2012 102 post a comment President Obama’s improper exercise of executive privilege today to protect Attorney General Eric Holder on Fast and Furious is the latest frightening entry in a week-long pattern of presidential centralization of power. Remember when the left labeled George W. Bush an incipient dictator? Well, President Obama’s actions this week make Bush look like a piker by comparison. First, Obama unilaterally declared that he would not enforce immigration law against certain illegal immigrants. While the action was likely illegal, nobody has the standing sue Obama over his action, as Ken Klukowski pointed out last week. Nonetheless, it was a window into Obama’s mind: he believes he has the ability to run the country on his own, without the distraction of Constitutional wrangling. It’s why he felt free to attack the Supreme Court in his State of the Union Address in 2010; it’s why he has routinely stated that he would “go it alone” if Congress didn’t fulfill his dictates. When Nixon refused to spend moneys allocated to states by Congress, the Supreme Court batted him down; when Obama refuses to enforce basic immigration law, the media cheers him. Second, Obama and his flunkies in the press reacted with utter outrage when a reporter dared to interrupt him to ask a question about his immigration policy. Obama, who has not taken press questions regularly – and didn’t take any during the immigration speech – told the reporter that he wanted him to wait until he was done speaking. But, as Matt Negrin of ABC News, an Obama-backing outlet, reported, “The rest of the press corps waited, as Obama asked. When he was done, the reporters shouted their questions. Obama turned his back, and walked inside the White House. That’s par for the course for Obama, who rarely takes questions from the press pool that follows him almost futilely to his staged events.” This is how Obama rolls. And then he gets his friends to call people who shout questions at him racists. Third, Obama came out yesterday and said it was inappropriate for Mitt Romney to criticize him on foreign policy. “I would point out that we have one president at a time and one administration at a time,” Obama said. “And I think traditionally the notion has been that America’s political differences end at the water’s edge.” Perhaps that was true at some point in the past. It certainly wasn’t true when Obama wasn’t president, and spent most of his waking moments bashing President Bush’s foreign policy. Try this on for size, from 2007: We've had enough of a misguided war in Iraq that never should have been fought -- a war that needs to end. We've had enough of Presidents who put tough talk ahead of real diplomacy. And we've had enough of politicians who put power over principle, of a government in Washington that shuts you out, and of presidents who don't hold themselves accountable. Does that sound like politics stopping at the water’s edge? Or how about Obama’s 2008 campaign, during which he traveled the globe apologizing for Bush and deeming himself a “citizen of the world”? Fourth, President Obama’s campaign has decided that all private opponents must be outed and shamed. That’s why his campaign put out an email once again targeting private donors and urging Obama backers to say “Hell no” to the First Amendment. And finally, there’s Obama’s invocation of executive privilege on Fast and Furious. President Obama is not a monarch. He is not an emperor. But He Who Must Not Be Questioned has crafted an imperial presidency for himself that would make Richard Nixon green with envy.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

fed is treason, every day stealing billions from citizens

http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/06/20/2859940/fed-extends-twist-bond-program.html

tom brady for president!

kurt warner for VP next to romney

the chaos and competition and invetion of market will always beat central planning, mainly do to getting out of the way of human enginuity, law not chaos is evil and stifling! be chaotic good!

short guide to rsync and screen

fuck the man page you say?
$ screen
$ rsync -avPz user@box44:/home/beer /home
$ [ctl a] d
$ [now back outside screen]
$ screen -ls
 blah string123
$ screen -r string123
4 [back in screen seeing rysnc go go go]


if want rsync file IN folder
$ midir /home/beer
$ rsync -avPz user@box44:/home/beer/ /beer/

Gary Oldman Kindly Requests That Athletes Stop Trying to Act

http://www.slashfilm.com/lol-gary-oldman-kindly-athletes-stop-acting/?utm_source=Movie+Magic&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+slashfilm+%28%2FFilm%29

Introduction to Thoughtful Programming and the Forth Philosophy Michael Misamore

Introduction to Thoughtful Programming and the Forth Philosophy Michael Misamore Copyright 2002 This document may be freely distributed so long as it is reproduced in its entirety without modificatons. To the reader: constructive criticism and commentary is welcome! Introduction to Thoughtful Programming What is "good programming practice"? Why do most modern developers look to object orientation, polymorphism, scripting technologies, ultra-high level languages, component architectures, and libraries for "good" programming solutions? Are they good in the sense of end user speed? Certainly not. The modern programmer is more likely to sacrifice significant amounts of runtime processing power for a shorter development cycle. Are they good in the sense of complexity? Also obviously not; these new technologies are among the most complex solutions to seemingly simple problems ever created. Is abstraction a good thing? Computer science teachers would certainly say yes: they help the programmer get his or her work done faster by effectively providing snap-together components and a layer of glue called the "programming language". So some major trends in modern software development come to the forefront almost immediately: the tendency to sacrifice end user speed and complexity for ease and speed of development, and the increasing tendency to use abstraction to avoid the details of actual problem solving. In fact it seems that all one needs is a "general idea" of how to start solving a problem before one sits down to code. This is certainly the view of most computer science students. This is also the view of businesses in the increasingly information-driven economy of the United States. They believe that software should be developed and shipped as quickly as possible to make it to the market on time. If this involves cutting corners in terms of runtime speed, code complexity, size, system requirements, or bug testing, it is considered a sacrifice which can be remedied after the product ships. After all, the business has a bottom line, and if the code works, marketing is perfectly willing to sell it to people. Now, it is doubtful that many programmers, perhaps after some hard thought, would consider this kind of software beautiful. It is certainly suboptimal in many aspects already mentioned, there are certainly sections of code which could be rewritten or done away with, perhaps it was written in a scripting language when it should have been written in a lower level language, etc. And let's not forget the hundreds or thousands of bugs that still lie in the code because the deadline was hit. This is not the kind of code that a programmer would be proud to admit to writing. Perhaps there are some things to be proud of in the technologies used in the product itself. "I designed a new class hierarchy which makes much more sense than the previous one" or "our new reusable component architecture makes communicating over the net a snap!" or other similar responses are probably common. But are these architectures actually necessary? What has the programmer actually accomplished besides creating new layers of complexity atop the previous layers? Certainly it is possible to accomplish these tasks without abstract architectures and garbage collectors and network layers and applications programming interfaces and maybe even operating systems? What victory, then, may be claimed here? A victory over complexity? No, since this new technology just adds complexity to the machine. More likely this was a victory for ease of programming. This was a victory for the programmer rather than the end user. This was a case of the programmer being a little greedy, wasting the time of thousands or millions so that he can waste a little less time of his own. So in fact there is very little to be aesthetically proud of in the development of commercial software as it is currently developed, besides the fact that it gets the job done, or, at least gets the job done sometimes, in some circumstances. Programming aesthetics take a back seat to the industry's demands, and this has usually resulted in software of poorer quality than is necessary. The philosophy taught to the mainstream of computer science students emphasizes these industry goals, and asserts that these are good and "right" for use in software engineering. However, there is another school of thought, one which has been around as long as computer hackers and enthusiasts have been around, which emphasizes a very different style of programming. If taken seriously, this older set of aesthetics leads to an entirely different philosophy: the philosophy of Thoughtful Programming. More on this later. First lets discuss the problems of the more modern industry philosophy. For years now, the computer industry, largely in marketing efforts, has given the average consumer the impression that computing technology is abundant and ubiquitous [4]. Neither is really the case. Comparatively very few people in the world even own a personal computer and those who do mostly live in only the richest countries in the world. To the average person an Apple IIe or Commodore is a dream machine. This trend in marketing tends to encourage wastefulness both in the industry and at the personal level. In the latter case, good hardware and software is simply abandoned or destroyed. Computers clocked at 75 megahertz are considered so slow as to be unusable (this is due to increasingly slow software). This is of course the end result of the tendency for the industry to produce slower software (which wastes more clock cycles by definition) since the hardware is also improving at break-neck speed and, of course, old computers are considered to be disposable. Indeed, a number of new technologies have arisen to fill all of these new clock cycles, and more often than not they benefit the programmers and executives more than the public in general. These new bundling trends and technologies include object orientation and rapid application development products, both of which have no positive impact on the end user (besides, perhaps, less bugs). One only needs to look to computer boot times to see how software has actually regressed in some sense over the past twenty years [4]. Observe the old Apple computers booting in only a few seconds versus a modern Pentium class machine taking almost a minute just to bring up the simulated graphical environment. One might object at this point that the latter environment is more sophisticated and hence will naturally take more time to load, but exactly what is gained from this increased sophistication is hard to tell. It is also important to note that these new technologies which waste the resources of modern machines are also sources of lots of new problems and bugs. As every programmer probably knows, the complexity of the problems one has to deal with often increases exponentially with the size of the program being written [7]. Even in a component based architecture, unexpected interactions between the underlying components and misdocumentation of functionality lead to many headaches. Add to this the problem that the increasing complexity of computer hardware and software increases the job security of the average programmer, and hence gives the programmer an incentive to raise the amount of abstraction and abstruse methodologies to stratospheric heights [6]. Due to current programming methodologies, the average programmer has certain expectations for the types of programming tasks put to him or her. Often a programmer may be asked to effectively "glue" existing components together to implement a new application using largely already-existing code. This leads to more or less drone-like programming since writing code to combine existing pieces of code together into a larger whole usually presents no special challenges or difficulties. This leads one to wonder whether this is a result of the redundancies built into the workforce. As Chuck Moore has put it: "You can't replace the smart people, but you can replace the dumb people" [7]. The language that the programmer uses usually has a syntax which is designed to prevent the programmer from making mistakes (or otherwise the syntax seems to be thrown in more or less arbitrarily for no reason other than to stay consistent with a traditional language like C or Java). Thus on both these accounts the programmer is encouraged to think as little as possible in the actual process of programming and the task resembles more of a "gluing together" experience rather than a "building from scratch" experience. Going back to complexity and job security, the average programmer expects whichever language is employed to take months or years to learn and master. This expectation is also largely a result of the bundling technologies which were originally supposed to simplify programming. Techniques such as late-binding are used to correct problems in these existing methodologies, adding yet another layer of complexity and decreasing actual runtime performance [9]. The average programmer expects lack of communication with the hardware designer, because the predominant viewpoint is that software and hardware should be orthogonal. This is essentially the "write once, run anywhere" philosophy. Compilers are expected to write machine code for the target architecture, and almost invariably do a worse job than a good human programmer could do (the only exception being when the hardware is so phenomenally complicated that no single human could possibly take into consideration every possible optimization). Finally, the average programmer expects a huge set of "standard" libraries which simplify the task of programming, at least to the programmer. Modern high level languages, despite various sets of language features, resemble little more than glorified "wrappers" for these existing libraries [9]. All of these phenomena may be traced back to a central theme: Chuck Moore has referred to it as the User Illusion. This is the illusion that computers themselves are actually the abstractions which they implement [4]. It is the idea that computers consist of desktops, windows, files and their filesystems, operating systems, and so on. This is the paradigm Apple has taken with their Macintosh and later Microsoft with their Windows operating system. The goal of such an effort appears to be to mask the increasingly complex underlying technology with a layer of abstraction which is intended to give the user the impression that the machine is less complex than it actually is. This is believed to promote a more "user friendly" experience, where the user has an easier time operating the machine. However, as the massive amounts of technical support and user frustration seem to suggest, this may not be the case. Often support problems arise because the user has no understanding at all of how the hardware actually works and what it is designed to do, or because the complex layers of software on the machine are too hard for the lay user to understand the underlying problem. Hence it might just as easily be argued that the increasing complexity of hardware and software have resulted in more difficulty in operations of a personal computer, not less [4]. The User Illusion also has implications for how the computer is programmed, as mentioned above. Tendencies in the design of modern software may lead the programmer to believe that the only way to accomplish the task at hand requires some complex methodology, perhaps because the programmer is attempting to anticipate problems in the general design of the software. Sometimes it is the case that the software has become so complex that these problems are in fact internal to the software design itself, and have nothing at all to do with the actual problem to be solved. These are referred to by Thoughtful Programming practitioners as the "non-problems" which are to be avoided in the design [3]. The industry programmer finds these "non-problems" to be barriers to problem solving because of the orthodox methodologies he or she attempts to employ. Another set of problems has arisen because of the non-thoughtful practice of believing that the program that a programmer is working on is going to be the only program running on the machine of the end-user. If the average programmer pauses to think about it, one probably focuses all of one's attention on the aspects of the program's own runtime behaviors, and completely foregoes, even in the design of the program, the concept that perhaps this will not be the only process running on the machine. If this is the paradigm that every programmer follows in the design and implementation of new software, it is no wonder that programs are not designed to have minimal impact on system resources; after all, the programmer implicitly assumes that all system resources belong to him or her. All of this refers to the more common preemptive style multitasking in modern operating systems. Perhaps in a cooperative multitasking system the User Illusion has a less negative impact along this axis. The User Illusion is also somewhat responsible for the belief that hardware and software must be very complex in order to accomplish useful tasks. History shows us that this is not the case, and indeed most of the extra complexity arises from the aforementioned industry philosophy of patching continually instead of redesigning existing hardware and code [1]. Marketing to consumers has convinced the average customer that faster always equals better; this is largely the result of software becoming progressively slower, leading to a vicious circle. It is also (very mistakenly) believed by many that abstractions used in programming must have some actual presence in the object code which is produced. Tables of virtual methods from C++ and late binding/polymorphism again come to mind as manifestations of this development philosophy. Instead of developing the software in a way which conveniently processes abstractions at edit time in a metaprogramming framework, current software instead implements abstractions directly into the final object code, leading to slower runtime performance and larger memory footprints. This line of thinking tends to encourage pushing design time tasks to edit time, edit time tasks to compile time, and compile time tasks into runtime. That is, programmers tend to want to sit down and start coding immediately, making many mistakes which could have been avoided with a thorough design and redesign phase [3]. While programmers code, they don't tend to think when they are editing the code and hence wait for the compiler to spew out a list of errors at them, wasting additional time as the programmer switches out of the editor, gives the correct command for compilation, tries to interpret the error messages, and goes back to the editor again. It is important to note that throughout this time very little actual work is being accomplished. As mentioned before the final step is to use libraries and abstraction technologies to push what work should be done at compile time into the actual runtime of the program itself. This process obviously tends to make the program more complex than is needed and results in programs with sub-par performance. Now that considerable thought has been given to the problems in the larger school of programming philosophy, the paradigm of Thoughtful Programming arises as one possible alternative. The fundamental difference between the philosophy of the larger computer industry and that of Thoughtful Programming is that the latter school has as its goal "minimizing overall complexity" [7]. This has required efforts, on both the hardware and software fronts, by individuals such as Chuck Moore and Jeff Fox, among undoubtedly many others. Their main principles are to create faster, simpler hardware and software solutions than those which are currently available, and in fact to produce them at competitive prices. This requires a dramatic shift in the methodology used to develop new hardware and software. In the former paradigm, focus is placed on which features to put into the new design, whereas in Thoughtful Programming the emphasis is on what can possibly be removed to make the proposed solution simpler in the sense of overall complexity [4]. The latter methodology encourages development of entire solutions, not simply new software upon inadequate hardware. The hardware must be general enough to apply to a wide variety of possible applications, and yet simple enough that the average programmer can understand every important aspect of the machine's behavior. This type of deep understanding of the machine shatters the User Illusion, and is an approach which is nearly unheard of in mainstream software development for personal computers. In trying to design a solution to a programming problem, the Thoughtful Programmer starts with "a clean sheet of paper", as Chuck Moore puts it, and starts to think about the simplest possible solution to the problem at hand [7]. A very important aspect of this process is to identify the "non-problems": those assumptions about the necessary existing software technologies or methodologies needed to produce a satisfactory solution. Due to the much more direct assault on the problem the Thoughtful Programmer takes, it will be unlikely that any of these technologies are optimal for the specific problem at hand. At this point, the Thoughtful Programmer becomes a creative artist, and attempts to produce a solution which avoids solving all the non-problems standing in the way [3]. Representing the proposed solution in the least complex manner possible then becomes the priority, and for this the Thoughtful Programmer will write code, test it, try to break it, rewrite it to make it simpler and more elegant, and test it again. This cycle will repeat until the Thoughtful Programmer is aesthetically satisfied with the result [3]. In order to facilitate this process, it is useful to have a programming language which enables the programmer to design and test new ideas as rapidly as possible, ideally in an environment which allows new functionality to be tested as soon as it is written. Also, it is important for the programming language to be extensible so that it may easily be molded to suit the problem at hand. And by all means the language must be as flexible as possible; the programmer cannot be hindered by any inherent limitations in the expressive capability of the language itself. Now lets observe how a Thoughtful Programmer goes through the stages of Designing, Editing, Compiling, and Running new computing solutions. Design of the solution should take the most time to complete of any of the steps, and it is the one which must be repeated most often. Each new solution should be critically examined for possible algorithmic or structural improvements, and these improvements must be integrated and tested thoroughly to make sure that the solution is indeed optimal. Remember that the biggest algorithmic improvements come not from employing the obvious and straightforward industry methods, but instead from creatively producing solutions which uniquely fit the problem at hand. Also remember that the truly optimal solution may come through the design or use of new or different hardware. Do not be afraid to consider radically different technologies as possible options for problem solving [3]. Once a satisfying solution has been arrived at, the editing phase begins, and this is the first step in the actual coding of the software. Ideally the development software will allow for the design and testing of as many ideas as possible in a short time frame. It is also at this stage that the Thoughtful Programmer must concentrate efforts on eliminating compile time and runtime overhead through the philosophy of Early Binding. From a conventional industry standpoint, Early Binding is a bad idea because it makes the final software components more inflexible and wastes compile time because modifications need to be made to each object which requires change. These objections are moot to the Thoughtful Programmer for two reasons: first, the Thoughtful Programmer does not worry about flexibility at this stage because any such changes will usually require sacrifices in complexity and runtime performance; and second, the software that the Thoughtful Programmer tends to write is of such minimal complexity that it is easy to identify and fix any code which needs to be changed. After all, the Thoughtful Programmer is generally NOT interested in software reuse; the more immediate and important concern is that the software solution being developed right now is optimal. New and better editing technologies may help alleviate any perceived problems with Early Binding as well; Early Binding need not make actual code more difficult to read or write. Various metaframeworks may be possible which might bind code early and eliminate redundancies, all while preserving the programmer's desired level of abstraction and control over the final code produced. More work should be done in this direction. To the Thoughtful Programmer, editing is about representing the desired solution in as simple and effective manner as possible. Hence a similar process to the Design stage should be implemented, where the fat is trimmed from the representation as much as possible [1]. This methodology also stresses the importance of willingness to redesign: if the code being edited is suboptimal as a result in a flaw in the design, the programmer should be willing to start from scratch with a new design to fix the problem. This should not be that big of a problem if the Design has been well thought out in the first place, since the programmer is already well familiar with the problem and should be aware of how to recode the small amount of code necessary to implement the new design (and this code will almost always be relatively small if an efficient representation is used). The final coded solution should be as "brutally simple" as possible, and should try to do as much work in representation as possible so that less work needs to be done at compile and runtime [1]. If the Thoughtful Programmer has done his or her job right, Compile time should be a snap. The key is to code the solution so as to compile as little as possible and to interpret as much as possible before the user actually has to run the code. If the language is simple, the compilation will be fast, and this is obviously a desirable feature to have. Numerical constants should be computed at this time, not at runtime. If there are bugs, the language should allow the programmer to quickly isolate and fix them. If a bug arises which necessitates a change in the Design, it will be necessary to go back and redesign. Again, it is desirable to redesign: a good programmer will be proud to make the code better if possible. This is what distinguishes coding as an art from coding as an industry. If the steps have been correctly followed up to this point, the code will be a solution of minimal complexity necessary to solve the problem at hand. In all likelihood, runtime performance will probably be through the roof compared to competition. Forth: A Language for Thoughtful Programming The programming language Forth sticks out for representing many of the desired features of a language which would be useful for Thoughtful Programming. Forth was invented by Charles Moore in the early 1970s and has since become popular among Thoughtful Programmers for its emphasis on simple syntax, speed, ability to function at both low and high levels of abstraction, portability, extensibility, and general ease of use in development. One of the things that makes Forth exceptionally pleasant to newcomers is the fact that the language is very easy to learn [7]. In contrast with programming languages in the larger industry arena which take months or even years to learn adequately, learning most of how to use Forth only takes about a half an hour. The syntax is brutally simple, consisting of only words and whitespace, removing barriers that in other languages tend to hinder any remaining creative spirit programmers might have [1]. Hence the language as written has as its focus semantics rather than the peculiar syntactics of other languages [2]. This also makes the language particularly flexible and extensible since the syntactical rules do not restrict, and in fact promote, the employment of entirely new languages and rules within the existing system to express solutions. As a result of the simplicity of the language itself, Forth is extremely easy to compile compared to other languages, and it is easier for the programmer to express exactly what he or she wants the machine to do. The language is ideal for programming in unison with a given machine's hardware, yet it has such a simple implementation on the machine itself that it can really be thought of as a high level version of assembly language [9]. Forth is very capable of low level programming tasks in particular because of its complete lack of restrictions on fundamental data types; in fact, there are none besides the standard "cells" and "double cells" which are basically units of raw memory. Hence the programmer is free to implement his or her own data types as freely as the machine may allow, in a syntax which is more powerful and convenient than assembly, and yet just as capable of direct communications with the hardware. Forth is so hardware friendly, in fact, that the primitives of the language itself may be implemented in micro-chips which are 1000 times less complex (in terms of transistor counts) than competitors, bridging the gap in simplicity between software and hardware. This is the Thoughtful Programmer's dream: to have hardware simple enough that it can be completely understood by a single human being, so that any software written for it can truly result in computing solutions of minimal complexity. The fact that the primitives of the Forth language may be implemented in hardware does not mean, however, that it is not an effective high level language as well. In fact, the flexibility of the language allows a Thoughtful Programmer to implement whatever layers of abstraction are necessary to solve the problem at hand [9]. Since the possible data types are unlimited, the capabilities to effectively handle problems in packet mangling, databases, filesystems, and so on are effectively infinite, and the extensibility of the syntax of the language itself allows for the most convenient representations of these structures that are possible. A Forth system as implemented in software is effectively a virtual machine. It has all the power of the Java virtual machine and more, thanks to its complete freedom of data types and lack of additional structure like objects and arrays which are provided even if the Java programmer does not really need them. Unlike Java, the Thoughtful Programmer has complete freedom in how to implement a Forth solution on the target platform, and has an inherent ability which comes from the foundations of the language itself to interact directly with the hardware. The Java virtual machine may be based on similar technology to Forth virtual machines, but the Java philosophy of implementing complex solutions on a virtual machine so that the programmer does not have to reimplement the solution for different platforms is completely against the style of Thoughtful Programming. This is not the only way in which Forth dramatically differs from Java and other modern programming languages. Forth has traditionally taken the role of the user/programmer operating environment of the machine being developed upon, and hence has built into it a notion of direct programmer interaction in the software design process. The Thoughtful Programmer demands that software ideas be able to be written and tested quickly, and that new functionality may be tested immediately for its utility in a given programming situation. No other language could be better suited for this purpose. Forth is completely interactive with the programmer, giving direct access to the compiler and interpreter, including the compiler's own behavior. The Thoughtful Programmer has to freedom to tell a Forth system when to begin compilation, how to proceed with it, and when to pause or end it. As soon as new "words" are created, their functionality may be tested immediately without switching into a different environment. Effects on arbitrary inputs may be checked as often as desired without leaving the programming environment, making debugging a snap. The freedom of Forth's syntax is sometimes criticized as allowing for code which is harder to read or maintain than in more traditional languages [9]. This criticism may be argued against for a number of reasons. First of all, as mentioned above, one of the advantages of Forth in software design is the inherent flexibility in the syntax. Such flexibility tends to lead to much simpler solutions to software problems due to the extensible nature of the language itself, and, if done right, might actually result in programs which are easier to read than their C++ and Java counterparts. This results from the unique ability of Forth to describe in words what it is doing as it does it. As for maintenance, Forth programmers tend to be Thoughtful Programmers and hence tend to write solutions which are as simple as possible using representations which are as efficient as possible. If a change needs to be made, it therefore should not be that arduous of a task, and if the change is large then the programmer should think about rewriting the system anyway. In addition, Forth, like any other programming language, may have the misfortune of having particularly bad programmers write and promote bad coding solutions. It is easy to write equally horrendous code in just about any language that one might choose; Forth does not stand alone in this department [9]. The moral to take from this is that one bad coding solution in Forth is one bad coding solution in Forth; such examples rarely serve as good indicators of the readability of the language, which itself is a highly subjective property anyway. To help combat readability problems, good Forth programmers employ "factorization": the practice of breaking a program into very small bits of code which may be coded and tested individually [7]. The idea is that new word definitions can be one or two lines long, which is much more readable than, say, a sequence of 50 consecutive words. Forth uses a stack to pass inputs and outputs between words (remember that data structure from computer science?), so all arguments are implicitly passed, making the language both easier to read and faster at runtime (than say, languages like C which must set up new stack frames for each function). And of course, there is always a need for good documentation for software, and Forth systems are no different. Each word should be individually documented for its effects on inputs and outputs, and it is good practice to keep the words simple enough that stack diagrams (comments on the structure of the stack as different words act) are not needed. Remember that simplicity in representation is one of the core aspects of the Thoughtful Programming paradigm. Another reason that Forth's simple syntax is an advantage to the Thoughtful Programmer is that doing so pushes the complexity from compile and runtime back to edit time. This is exactly the type of "pushing work backwards in time" which is advocated by Thoughtful Programmers [7]. The point is that the language itself need not be complicated to accomplish useful work. Often times the editing environment knows a lot more about the overall structure of the project, and hence it makes sense that as much important preprocessing as possible be done at the time the code is edited. One reported problem that many programmers may initially have with the Forth language is its used of reverse polish notation for arithmetic [9]. This means that the operators on arithmetic expressions appear after the operands, not between or before them, and it is the mode commonly used to evaluate arithmetic expressions on HP calculators. This type of computation is inherent to Forth because of the central role the stack plays in the language. Such expressions may appear confusing at first, but like many technologies employed for Thoughtful Programming, the purpose is to simplify operations and dispel the User Illusion. Simplification of arithmetic expressions in RPL occurs because of the lack of need to parenthesize expressions as they are written. Expressions which might normally be mathematically expressed in terms of many parentheses are instead reduced to the natural order in which a computer would actually evaluate the expression, and thus gives the programmer an upper hand by having full control over the exact order of computation. This can be especially handy when managing things like significant digits. And even if the curious industry programmer cannot get the hang of RPL notation, the Forth language provides the flexibility to implement his or her own personal arithmetic syntax, which could be infix, prefix, or any more elaborate scheme. There are doubtless many other objections from programmers who are skeptical of the Thoughtful Programming paradigm and the Forth programming language. It would be informative to the casual reader to discuss what they are here. One popular and quite general objection to these methods is that layers of abstraction are necessary because the hardware which one must implement software for is too complicated [4]. The way a good Thoughtful Programmer would probably react to this objection is to simply state that the hardware should be made simpler. After all, if the hardware is made less complicated, the programmer will have an easier time programming directly to the machine, there will not be a need to worry about pipelines, caching, and out of order execution. All said technologies are just extra layers of complexity which are added to the already tremendously complex CISC and RISC style microprocessors. Despite all objections to the contrary, the Thoughtful Programmer will probably assert that even RISC chips are much too complicated to work with; after all, it is claimed even by good programmers that C compilers for RISC code will outdo even good RISC assembly programmers. This is not at all a desirable situation for the Thoughtful Programmer: the goal is to have a machine which is simple enough for a human to understand, and RISC is not simple enough for these purposes. Custom Minimal Instruction Set Computers known as MISC microprocessors have been designed by Forth and other stack computing enthusiasts as viable candidates for truly simple computing. One of the key ideas in such designs has been to implement Forth as the machine language of the processor, and to use Forth's radically extensible nature to implement any of the more complicated operations which are necessary. The processor is the high level language and the implementation is far easier to produce than that of more complicated languages like Java. Another very common and general objection from people who may or may not understand how Thoughtful Programming works is "I would like to use method X, but Forth makes it very difficult to implement" [4]. This type of objection would probably come from someone who has been trained in the object oriented or functional programming languages before coming to consider Forth. There are a couple of points for the objector to consider. First, one has to consider whether this method is actually necessary to implement the solution. Chances are it will not be absolutely necessary, and in fact may get in the programmer's way if the programmer continues to do it "the hard way". In Forth, implementations of more advanced methods are often more difficult because Forth is closely tied to the machine and hence reflects the actual complexity that the machine will be working with. This has the positive effect of encouraging the programmer to simplify his or her solutions so that an actual machine could be efficient in implementing them. The second point is, if the programmer is interested in using, say, the object oriented approach, then the programmer is free to implement it however he or she wants [9]. The utility of good factorization in writing code should not be underrated. Breaking the problem into smaller pieces which may be individually developed and tested allows for even complex solutions to be implemented with a minimal amount of fuss. Writing any project can seem overwhelming if the programmer does not take the time to write a design which breaks things down into parts. This is abstraction put to good use: not for code reuse or isolation, but for testing the implementation piece by piece as it is built. Future Directions in Thoughtful Programming and Forth Over the past 30 years, Forth has been evolving, largely due to the continuing work of its inventor, Charles Moore. While many programmers have attempted to standardize Forth as it was practiced 20 or 30 years ago to crystallize the language to outsiders, Chuck has continued to develop new and exciting ideas in Thoughtful Programming. His new colorForth language and development environment is a reflection of his ongoing search for a more convenient coding environment for the Thoughtful Programmer. An expert Forth programmer by the name of Jeff Fox has also made new and exciting contributions to the Thoughtful Programming paradigm, especially through the design of his new aha Forth system. Some of the ideas that these individuals have been working on are quite revolutionary, and show that cutting edge Forth is smaller, cleaner, and faster than ever. Indeed, over time the language itself has had the tendency to become simpler! One new idea being tried is to completely avoid the storage of object code, and instead to compile source on the fly. This provides an obvious portability advantage in Moore's colorForth. Such an advantage is made possible through the simplicity of the implementation of the language: compilation takes no perceptible time to complete [8]. This is a result of a recent key innovation in Forth designs: to store the source code in an unconventional format. Recently these innovators have realized that Forth source code is about words, not about characters, and hence that Forth source is not ideally expressed or handled in plain ASCII format [8]. Instead, alternative representations of source based on "tokens", roughly word references with additional information appended for editing or compilation purposes, are used. This preparsed source allows for dictionary searching to be eliminated from compile time, so the laborious process of searching for ASCII strings in a word dictionary is completely eliminated from the compilation process. Compilation speedups due to this new technology have been dramatic [5]. Another recent innovation in Forth systems is due to Chuck Moore, who realized that in the simplification of source code, color could be used as a meaningful way of communication information about the behavior of the various words being displayed. By placing special information in the whitespace of the source code, Mr. Moore has been able to express his source in a simpler and easier to read format. The various colors have also been used to give words individual behaviors, eliminating much ambiguity in the behavior of how the source listings would function when compiled [8]. While Moore's colorForth was not initially designed for a wide audience, he has recently made some efforts to make it run on a wider range of personal computers than just his own systems. The outstanding efforts of Sean Pringle to bring colorForth to the masses through the Enth and Flux projects will provide a ripe test-bed for new ideas. Developments along these lines have tended to stress simplicity, avoiding the massive operating systems and BIOS systems in modern personal computers as much as possible [5]. As Forth source code has taken on completely new representations in the recent systems, more sophisticated editors have become necessary. User interfaces for these new editors are still highly experimental and under constant development. The general consensus among Thoughtful Programming enthusiasts has been to push things backwards in time in the traditional Thoughtful Programming style, performing source code compression and optimization at edit time rather than at compile time [5]. As these systems continue to develop, one might expect to see better error detection at edit time, debates about when and how to pack the source code, new optimization techniques, and a variety of different scripting technologies or different means of representing source code. Whatever the future holds, Thoughtful Programmers, likely using Forth and its descendents, will be finding new and innovative methods for minimizing complexity in computing solutions for years to come. References [1] Fox, Jeff. "Low Fat Computing". December 6, 1998. Online, Internet. Available http://www.ultratechnology.com/lowfat.htm [2] Fox, Jeff. "Forth - the LEGO of Programming Languages". November 24, 2000. Online, Internet. Available http://www.ultratechnology.com/4thlego.htm [3] Fox, Jeff. "The Forth Methodology of Charles Moore by Jeff Fox". December 9, 2001. Online, Internet. Available http://www.ultratechnology.com/method.htm [4] Fox, Jeff. "Thoughtful Programming and Forth". Online, Internet. Available http://www.ultratechnology.com/forth.htm [5] Fox, Jeff and Sean Pringle. "ENTH Flux aha Color Forth". Online, Internet. Available http://www.ultratechnology.com/enthflux.htm [6] Moore, Charles. "1x Forth". April 13, 1999. Transcript courtesy of Jeff Fox. Online, Internet. Available http://www.ultratechnology.com/1xforth.htm [7] Moore, Charles. "Moore Forth -- Chuck Moore's Comments on Forth". January 25, 2001. Transcript courtesy of Jeff Fox. Online, Internet. Available http://www.ultratechnology.com/moore4th.htm [8] Moore, Charles. "Philosophy". July 20, 2001. Online, Internet. Available http://www.colorforth.com/phil.htm [9] Various Authors. Comments from the slashdot.org story "Chuck Moore Holds Forth". September 14, 2001. Online, Internet. Available http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=01/09/11/139249

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

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4os is the first Operating System written completely in Forth ForthOS is a complete, standalone operating system for the PC.

http://web.archive.org/web/19991022233047/www.itvc.com/Technology/4os.htm http://www.forthos.org/ 4os is the first Operating System written completely in Forth What do you mean by complete? How can I get a copy? What services are available? Why Forth? 4os is a complete networked information appliance operating system All the system services needed for a networked device have been implemented. The network stack is complete and written in ANS standard Forth (IP/UDP/TCP/SLIP/PPP/DNS/TFTP). 4os is only available from The iTV Corporation Currently 4os is only available as part of iTvc's Internet products. Individuals interested in licensing the operating system separately should contact us. 4os provides extensive services to the application developer System has task, memory management, objects and structs, display device, keyboard and remote control devices, flash file system, windowing, font, user interface widgets, and exception handling services. 4os was implemented in Forth because it requires less from the processor and product A complete Internet system (OS, live Forth system, network stack, flash file system, GIF and JPEG decoder, fonts, network support applications, email and browser customer applications) requires less than 1/2 megabyte of program memory. With boot compression (comes standard, takes about 1 second) that system fits in a 128Kbyte ROM.

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a forth wiki oow!!

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Keynes rich guy put there to stop the truth economics was showing.

awesome fixng the eocnomy and eliminating illegals and non producers rant end all handouts fed pub school unioins medicare medicair end all handouts oh yey yah

(10:42:13 AM) mr_ratburegr_1_cent_1_dozen_handjobs: :) (10:44:37 AM) darrth: u rat!!! (10:44:43 AM) darrth: learn programming with linux (10:44:45 AM) darrth: make some $$ (10:44:51 AM) darrth: im start a corporate empire (10:44:55 AM) darrth: or learn accounting better (10:44:59 AM) darrth: need tax minimization!! (10:45:01 AM) darrth: go go og go (10:45:09 AM) mr_ratburegr_1_cent_1_dozen_handjobs: im learning investing and finance (10:45:18 AM) mr_ratburegr_1_cent_1_dozen_handjobs: its way more important (10:45:37 AM) mr_ratburegr_1_cent_1_dozen_handjobs: dont worry about taxes (10:45:52 AM) mr_ratburegr_1_cent_1_dozen_handjobs: use those meathead cpa's (10:47:51 AM) darrth: rat rat (10:47:54 AM) darrth: start a fund (10:47:55 AM) darrth: rat fund (10:46:18 AM) mr_ratburegr_1_cent_1_dozen_handjobs: let cpa's figure out tax scenario (10:46:23 AM) mr_ratburegr_1_cent_1_dozen_handjobs: lol (10:46:31 AM) mr_ratburegr_1_cent_1_dozen_handjobs: the weasel rat hedge fund (10:46:50 AM) mr_ratburegr_1_cent_1_dozen_handjobs: main holdings: weasels, rats etc.... (10:50:28 AM) darrth: vermin control cehemical companies (10:50:33 AM) darrth: farming products (10:50:38 AM) darrth: rat beeding methods (10:49:07 AM) mr_ratburegr_1_cent_1_dozen_handjobs: lol (10:49:50 AM) mr_ratburegr_1_cent_1_dozen_handjobs: investment analysis or fund management can be very lucrative (10:51:50 AM) darrth: yeah got clients? (10:51:55 AM) darrth: CEO fun too (10:51:58 AM) darrth: if can ge the job (10:52:00 AM) darrth: u rat burger (10:51:30 AM) mr_ratburegr_1_cent_1_dozen_handjobs: starting own business is the only way to go (10:55:23 AM) darrth: rat rat (10:55:26 AM) darrth: boss others around (10:55:30 AM) darrth: delegate everything (10:55:38 AM) darrth: let them grow an impress u and hire appretices (10:55:42 AM) darrth: apprentices!! (10:55:44 AM) darrth: u rat god (10:55:53 AM) darrth: gota know all stuff about the biz (10:55:55 AM) darrth: u rat (10:55:59 AM) darrth: waht loada shit (10:56:02 AM) darrth: hire those who know stuff (10:56:04 AM) darrth: u jsut own (10:56:09 AM) darrth: and decide who gets paid what (10:56:10 AM) darrth: u rat (10:56:12 AM) darrth: rat ra tra t (10:56:27 AM) darrth: rat a tat tat (10:54:53 AM) mr_ratburegr_1_cent_1_dozen_handjobs: true, very true (10:56:39 AM) darrth: I never ehsitate to put a niga on his back (10:56:49 AM) darrth: boot all nig n jooz (10:55:11 AM) mr_ratburegr_1_cent_1_dozen_handjobs: learn as u go (10:57:21 AM) darrth: rat rat (10:57:23 AM) darrth: start an empire (10:57:29 AM) darrth: empire!! (10:57:34 AM) darrth: i wana my own raido show to talk shit on dems (10:57:40 AM) darrth: I want allilegall out today (10:57:47 AM) darrth: charge emxico or wherever 100k per for jet ride (10:57:50 AM) darrth: and rsecurity (10:57:59 AM) darrth: end all hadnouts (10:58:03 AM) darrth: end mediacre medicair (10:58:06 AM) darrth: medicaird (10:58:12 AM) darrth: tthats 73% gdp (10:58:18 AM) darrth: then end irs (10:58:21 AM) darrth: www.fairtax.org (10:58:36 AM) darrth: tax consumption not production (10:58:41 AM) darrth: austrian school eocnomics is eocnomics (10:58:45 AM) darrth: end all money to schools (10:58:49 AM) darrth: endall public school (11:00:51 AM) mr_ratburegr_1_cent_1_dozen_handjobs: lol (11:03:31 AM) darrth: end all unoions (11:03:35 AM) darrth: imaginer no lazy wankers (11:03:39 AM) darrth: a lazy wanker is bad 2x (11:03:50 AM) darrth: 1 he not produce 2 he et moeny taken from thsoe who do (11:03:55 AM) darrth: do remove him (11:03:58 AM) darrth: and get 2 people wins (11:02:58 AM) mr_ratburegr_1_cent_1_dozen_handjobs: lol (11:05:07 AM) darrth: there are millions of people on disability and on welfare (11:05:11 AM) darrth: millions (11:05:16 AM) darrth: imagine if they all programming (11:03:39 AM) mr_ratburegr_1_cent_1_dozen_handjobs: was that austrian economist your favorite? (11:05:22 AM) darrth: or manufacturing

Monday, June 18, 2012

fixing economy by taxing rent and ending all handouts in and outside usa

(3:00:48 PM) darthiack: 1 cent one dozen handjobs (3:00:51 PM) darthiack: end disability (2:59:12 PM) mr_rat_1_cent_1_dozen_handjobs: lol (3:00:54 PM) darthiack: end all handouts (3:00:58 PM) darthiack: dont pay people sit idle (3:01:01 PM) darthiack: tax rent (3:01:04 PM) darthiack: no more idle landlord (3:01:09 PM) darthiack: only production shoudl make u money (3:01:13 PM) darthiack: mass produce housing (3:01:16 PM) darthiack: nuclear power (3:01:22 PM) darthiack: private bus n trains (3:01:26 PM) darthiack: replace lawyers with software (3:01:31 PM) darthiack: no suing for bs (3:01:37 PM) darthiack: no racial group handouts (3:01:44 PM) darthiack: no $4 to foriegn country including israel

backblaze and mogileFS be mean combo

http://blog.backblaze.com/2009/09/01/petabytes-on-a-budget-how-to-build-cheap-cloud-storage/ but drop the raid 6 x3 for mogileFS http://code.google.com/p/mogilefs/ MogileFS is our open source distributed filesystem. Its properties and features include: Application level -- no special kernel modules required. No single point of failure -- all three components of a MogileFS setup (storage nodes, trackers, and the tracker's database(s)) can be run on multiple machines, so there's no single point of failure. (you can run trackers on the same machines as storage nodes, too, so you don't need 4 machines...) A minimum of 2 machines is recommended. Automatic file replication -- files, based on their "class", are automatically replicated between enough different storage nodes as to satisfy the minimum replica count as requested by their class. For instance, for a photo hosting site you can make original JPEGs have a minimum replica count of 3, but thumbnails and scaled versions only have a replica count of 1 or 2. If you lose the only copy of a thumbnail, the application can just rebuild it. In this way, MogileFS (without RAID) can save money on disks that would otherwise be storing multiple copies of data unnecessarily. "Better than RAID" -- in a non-SAN RAID setup, the disks are redundant, but the host isn't. If you lose the entire machine, the files are inaccessible. MogileFS replicates the files between devices which are on different hosts, so files are always available. Flat Namespace -- Files are identified by named keys in a flat, global namespace. You can create as many namespaces as you'd like, so multiple applications with potentially conflicting keys can run on the same MogileFS installation. Shared-Nothing -- MogileFS doesn't depend on a pricey SAN with shared disks. Every machine maintains its own local disks. No RAID required -- Local disks on MogileFS storage nodes can be in a RAID, or not. It's cheaper not to, as RAID doesn't buy you any safety that MogileFS doesn't already provide. Local filesystem agnostic -- Local disks on MogileFS storage nodes can be formatted with your filesystem of choice (ext3, XFS, etc..). MogileFS does its own internal directory hashing so it doesn't hit filesystem limits such as "max files per directory" or "max directories per directory". Use what you're comfortable with.

alert to hollywood rhianna is ugs stop putting on screen shes a minging homly

how to build cheap storage pods the backblaze way

http://blog.backblaze.com/2009/09/01/petabytes-on-a-budget-how-to-build-cheap-cloud-storage/

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le bronda being given a championship by refs, boycott the NBA!!, best team not winning!!

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Friday, June 8, 2012

rim is not done yet 02:09 < chaotic_good> cmon now 02:09 < leku> RIP 02:09 < chaotic_good> what rim needs to do is hire charles moore and put a greenarray chip into it

rim is not done yet 02:09 < chaotic_good> cmon now 02:09 < leku> RIP 02:09 < chaotic_good> what rim needs to do is hire charles moore and put a greenarray chip into it

> the giving of money to governmtn jobs types who produce nothing is the anchor on society 02:07 < chaotic_good> anchor on business 02:07 < chaotic_good> end it and liek reagan get awesome growth 02:07 < chaotic_good> just cut cost of government 02:07 < chaotic_good> and let economy alone 02:07 < chaotic_good> get insane growth and poor rich 02:07 < chaotic_good> simple 02:08 < chaotic_good> canada is in great shape 02:08 < chaotic_good> they got rida debt in 5 years 02:08 -!- df [~df@legion.hack.my] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 02:08 -!- mfridh [~freenode@pdpc/supporter/active/roksteady] has joined ##freebsd 02:08 < chaotic_good> now they might have lost some on mortgage bets 02:08 -!- tvm [~tvm@85.93.121.30] has joined ##freebsd 02:08 < chaotic_good> but nowhere near leveraged liek usa 02:08 < chaotic_good> or england france spain 02:08 < chaotic_good> france is ready to defautl after spain 02:08 < chaotic_good> no oen calls out the keyensians 02:08 < chaotic_good> lol 02:08 < chaotic_good> overspending doesnt work

> the giving of money to governmtn jobs types who produce nothing is the anchor on society 02:07 < chaotic_good> anchor on business 02:07 < chaotic_good> end it and liek reagan get awesome growth 02:07 < chaotic_good> just cut cost of government 02:07 < chaotic_good> and let economy alone 02:07 < chaotic_good> get insane growth and poor rich 02:07 < chaotic_good> simple 02:08 < chaotic_good> canada is in great shape 02:08 < chaotic_good> they got rida debt in 5 years 02:08 -!- df [~df@legion.hack.my] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 02:08 -!- mfridh [~freenode@pdpc/supporter/active/roksteady] has joined ##freebsd 02:08 < chaotic_good> now they might have lost some on mortgage bets 02:08 -!- tvm [~tvm@85.93.121.30] has joined ##freebsd 02:08 < chaotic_good> but nowhere near leveraged liek usa 02:08 < chaotic_good> or england france spain 02:08 < chaotic_good> france is ready to defautl after spain 02:08 < chaotic_good> no oen calls out the keyensians 02:08 < chaotic_good> lol 02:08 < chaotic_good> overspending doesnt work

legalizing prositution and making unions illegal are wins

legalizing prositution and making unions illegal are wins

the simple idea of 0 handouts would fix economy immediatly 02:01 < chaotic_good> I should consult to mitt 02:01 < chaotic_good> be his druid 02:01 < chaotic_good> his rasputin 02:01 < leku> his gimp 02:01 < chaotic_good> austerity is what is needed 02:02 < chaotic_good> no no not gimp 02:02 < jsoft> leku: Yeah but Ron Paul is just nice and to the point. He really addresses the key points of why the country is dieing 02:02 < jsoft> And sticks to it 02:02 < chaotic_good> more like pimp 02:02 < chaotic_good> round up the hotties 02:02 < chaotic_good> if u get rida unions 02:02 < chaotic_good> get rida tax paid school 02:02 -!- ikonia [~irc@unaffiliated/ikonia] has quit [Ping timeout: 265 seconds] 02:02 < chaotic_good> get rida most lawyers and replace with software 02:02 < chaotic_good> allow people to insure coopratively without profit 02:03 < chaotic_good> end rules n regualtions 02:03 < chaotic_good> get cheaper goods 02:03 < chaotic_good> thats the key 02:03 < chaotic_good> stop the fed 02:03 < leku> marco rubio is the future 02:03 < peetaur> chaotic_good: for a glimpse of the effects that your pro-handjob policy would have, please watch the film Idiocracy 02:03 < chaotic_good> end infaltion 02:03 < leku> he won't waste his time this go-around 02:03 < chaotic_good> and instea dof each itnerest group getn handout we all get massivly chepaer goods 02:03 < leku> either marco rubio or the other dude from WI 02:03 < chaotic_good> and become massivly rich since dolalr buys more 02:03 < leku> the junior senator i think 02:03 < chaotic_good> and innovation soars

the simple idea of 0 handouts would fix economy immediatly 02:01 < chaotic_good> I should consult to mitt 02:01 < chaotic_good> be his druid 02:01 < chaotic_good> his rasputin 02:01 < leku> his gimp 02:01 < chaotic_good> austerity is what is needed 02:02 < chaotic_good> no no not gimp 02:02 < jsoft> leku: Yeah but Ron Paul is just nice and to the point. He really addresses the key points of why the country is dieing 02:02 < jsoft> And sticks to it 02:02 < chaotic_good> more like pimp 02:02 < chaotic_good> round up the hotties 02:02 < chaotic_good> if u get rida unions 02:02 < chaotic_good> get rida tax paid school 02:02 -!- ikonia [~irc@unaffiliated/ikonia] has quit [Ping timeout: 265 seconds] 02:02 < chaotic_good> get rida most lawyers and replace with software 02:02 < chaotic_good> allow people to insure coopratively without profit 02:03 < chaotic_good> end rules n regualtions 02:03 < chaotic_good> get cheaper goods 02:03 < chaotic_good> thats the key 02:03 < chaotic_good> stop the fed 02:03 < leku> marco rubio is the future 02:03 < peetaur> chaotic_good: for a glimpse of the effects that your pro-handjob policy would have, please watch the film Idiocracy 02:03 < chaotic_good> end infaltion 02:03 < leku> he won't waste his time this go-around 02:03 < chaotic_good> and instea dof each itnerest group getn handout we all get massivly chepaer goods 02:03 < leku> either marco rubio or the other dude from WI 02:03 < chaotic_good> and become massivly rich since dolalr buys more 02:03 < leku> the junior senator i think 02:03 < chaotic_good> and innovation soars

I love it 01:59 < leku> how many letters have you written to your peepz about s.25/hr.25? 01:59 < chaotic_good> but the single tax of henry george on land replacing all other taxes is cool too 01:59 < chaotic_good> 4 01:59 < leku> well done 01:59 < chaotic_good> i am a member of I think 2 tea parties 02:00 < chaotic_good> an objectivist whos anti israel and oil war, and pro ron paul, and polytheistic, free market for gods and handjobs!!

I love it 01:59 < leku> how many letters have you written to your peepz about s.25/hr.25? 01:59 < chaotic_good> but the single tax of henry george on land replacing all other taxes is cool too 01:59 < chaotic_good> 4 01:59 < leku> well done 01:59 < chaotic_good> i am a member of I think 2 tea parties 02:00 < chaotic_good> an objectivist whos anti israel and oil war, and pro ron paul, and polytheistic, free market for gods and handjobs!!

why fight when can blow a load cheap?

why fight when can blow a load cheap?

> in fact denying handjobs is how get all this violence 01:57 < jsoft> chaotic_good: I really somehow dont think that matters 01:57 < leku> 01:57 < chaotic_good> criminals should be made to give handjobs by dozen each day 01:57 < chaotic_good> or not get food 01:57 < peetaur> You are transitioning from "obnoxious and childish" to "troll" 01:57 < chaotic_good> any criminal not tuff aftre 10 days no food 01:57 < jsoft> chaotic_good: the people at the top who order such wars are already getting plenty-o-jobs. They just want more money, power, etc.

> in fact denying handjobs is how get all this violence 01:57 < jsoft> chaotic_good: I really somehow dont think that matters 01:57 < leku> 01:57 < chaotic_good> criminals should be made to give handjobs by dozen each day 01:57 < chaotic_good> or not get food 01:57 < peetaur> You are transitioning from "obnoxious and childish" to "troll" 01:57 < chaotic_good> any criminal not tuff aftre 10 days no food 01:57 < jsoft> chaotic_good: the people at the top who order such wars are already getting plenty-o-jobs. They just want more money, power, etc.

I mean who would goto war when u can have 4 handjobs at home? for 4$?

I mean who would goto war when u can have 4 handjobs at home? for 4$?

I think handjob parlours if opened all arund, would end war, and all welfare coudl take form fo 1$ of welfare per handjbo performed 01:55 < chaotic_good> clients bring own lube 01:55 < leku> mongoDB in heroku is a good example of SaaS 01:55 < jsoft> war? 01:56 < chaotic_good> men only buy fancy cars to get laid anyhow [01:56] [chaotic_good(+i)] [2:freenode/##freebsd(+cnrt)] [Act: 1

I think handjob parlours if opened all arund, would end war, and all welfare coudl take form fo 1$ of welfare per handjbo performed 01:55 < chaotic_good> clients bring own lube 01:55 < leku> mongoDB in heroku is a good example of SaaS 01:55 < jsoft> war? 01:56 < chaotic_good> men only buy fancy cars to get laid anyhow [01:56] [chaotic_good(+i)] [2:freenode/##freebsd(+cnrt)] [Act: 1

one of these days hitler will climb out of his immortality thule tomb and set things straight lol

cloud is defined liek keneyeian economics and democrat policies: intentions are stated, but results are large $$ losses with little production

many shemales look hotter than many women

volleyball is a fag sport

everything is dungeons and dragons, but they pick 1 or 2 of 500 cool things and make whole movie from 1 or 2, imagine if they used 30 or 50

" ... the seventh wave of Thrall stumbled and climbed over the slippery, piled dead and Mazzarin saw The Watcher with them and at last knew the number of his days."

" ... the seventh wave of Thrall stumbled and climbed over the slippery, piled dead and Mazzarin saw The Watcher with them and at last knew the number of his days."

single tax single tax, originally a tax upon land values proposed as the sole source of government revenues, intended to replace all existing taxes. The term itself and the modern single-tax movement originated with the publication of the American economist Henry George’s Progress and Poverty in 1879. The proposal gained substantial support in subsequent decades and then gradually declined in popular appeal. Advocates argued that since land is a fixed resource, the economic rent is a product of the growth of the economy and not of individual effort; therefore society would be justified in recovering it to support the costs of

single tax single tax, originally a tax upon land values proposed as the sole source of government revenues, intended to replace all existing taxes. The term itself and the modern single-tax movement originated with the publication of the American economist Henry George’s Progress and Poverty in 1879. The proposal gained substantial support in subsequent decades and then gradually declined in popular appeal. Advocates argued that since land is a fixed resource, the economic rent is a product of the growth of the economy and not of individual effort; therefore society would be justified in recovering it to support the costs of

Thursday, June 7, 2012

jews just stealing land expanding israel, funny when obama said israel stay to 67 border they went nuts

http://www.newsmaxworld.com/global_talk/israel_west_bank/2012/06/07/455152.html

lower gov spending measn less money going toward producing nothing, so prices end up down, costs dwon, taxes down, production up, and economic grwoth follwos, this is obviops to any non commy non keynesian whos mind has been blocked by bs

le bron is overrated, cal charges and reach ins and he foul out and he cant really shoot or pass, just takes million shots liek kobe, why do people think this spells talent? nba suckin hard

NBA so fixed its a joke? Celtics lose on home hourt and le bron has 45? seriously? they musta called nothing on heat whole game

iron pelets in manetic accelerator pipe gun be awesome death daeling weapon

schools should foster competition, and no one pass unless get 100% and master x subset of knowledge

le bron or wade get no ref bailout calls they get nowhere, since if 80s styel if u ram defender, u got make shot no whistle, they not very good, which is way NBA should be, no kobe diaper bailouts, go in drive? make ur shot, unless obvously hit by defender hand then yeah foul

school mostly paid for by government, why wouldn't academics want more government spending? its bad for everyone and produces little though, and causes inflation

fed does nothing but cause infaltion and make problem bigger and push it a bit down the road, perfect for politician who are gone or claim things improveing, like a creditcard bill

http://blogs.wsj.com/marketbeat/2012/06/06/drumbeats-getting-louder-the-fed-must-save-the-world/?mod=yahoo_hs

hary reid is a hunk of shit whos giving tons of stolen money stolen from taxpayers to rich land developer friend

pakistan impounding US military equipment: uh pakistan first you hide bin laden now this? lets end all aid and go in and get our stuff

http://news.yahoo.com/millions-dollars-u-gear-combat-ieds-wasted-pakistan-152538169--abc-news-topstories.html

haskell shell scripting

http://donsbot.wordpress.com/2010/08/17/practical-haskell/

minxy

http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature=endscreen&v=57gb1OZGcLk

big boobs happy funy oriental cook, why this not on TV? TV sucks now adaays?!! have more cool show!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iC9aZklCzmg&feature=relmfu

Tifa Goes Camping and cooks Curry Fried Rice

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2u4UgwYcdI&feature=autoplay&list=SP59FA720E921F863C&playnext=2

Miss Hannah Minx as Elvira - PET CEMETERY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfQfhfLHlDg&feature=fvwrel

subcontinuations!

http://www.cs.indiana.edu/~dyb/pubs/LaSC-7-1-pp83-110-abstract.html

Why Haskell matters

http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Why_Haskell_matters

Zipper-based file server/OS

http://lambda-the-ultimate.org/node/1036

disband israel, it is a stolen country and massive usa welfare money wasted should be taken out of there and sold off to get $$ back, chare hollywood and all jew lawyers

“Absolutely” it’s a validation, declared Scott in an exclusive interview on Wednesday. “What we know now is that if you run on a campaign of fiscal responsibility, making your state a business-friendly state, reducing taxes, reducing regulations, putting people in place that are going to be pro-business — because that’s where jobs get created, by businesses, then the public’s going to support you.”

http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/wisconsin-walker-scott-election/2012/06/06/id/441433

the fed an bailouts are destroying economy giving money to those who dont earn it end the fed kill bernanke

awesome Nation's Unions Lost Big in the Wisconsin Showdown

http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/Recall-Unions-walker-win/2012/06/06/id/441449

WHO: STD Superbug Crisis Is Real

http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/std-superbug-antibiotics/2012/06/06/id/441466

Florida’s Scott: Wisconsin Is Validation of My Policies

http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/wisconsin-walker-scott-election/2012/06/06/id/441433

Obama Re-Election Map Shaken by Walker Victory

http://www.newsmax.com/Politics/obama-reaction-wisconsin-recall/2012/06/06/id/441442

'Parallel What We Did' to Win, Walker Tells Romney

http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/walker-romney-wisconsin-recall/2012/06/06/id/441460

Walker Urges Romney to Define What He Stands For

http://www.newsmax.com/Headline/walker-recall-wisconsin-romney/2012/06/06/id/441462

Scott Walker Begs Off Potential VP Talk Wednesday, 06 Jun 2012 06:53 PM By By David Patten and Kathleen Walter

http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/walker-romney-vicepresident-prospects/2012/06/06/id/441457

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

obama skips D-DAY celebration

http://www.whitehousedossier.com/2012/06/06/obama-scheduled-commemorate-dday/

note to couric you are a 2 of 10 yukkkkkk!! lol nasty slag thinks shes hot!! lol musta sucked some serious old guy cock to get on tv

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DCEw82Os5E&feature=related

NBA so obviously fixed with thunder beating spurs with 31 ft to spurs 18, win by 8 +13FT

http://msn.foxsports.com/nba/boxscore?gameId=2012060625

FUCK YAHHH!!!!  ALL DEMOCRATS SAYING RACE CLOSE AND ITS A FUCKIN LANDSLIDE!!!! LOL LOL LOL FK U DEMOCRATS!!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5a9bkF70kY&feature=related

Gov. Scott Walker's Recall Victory Speech!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5a9bkF70kY&feature=related

democrat pres said SCott Walker race close and HUGE SLAM DUNK IN DEMOCRATS FACES!!! LANDSLIDE!!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCyh1n_i7i8

Americans for Prosperity Believes in A Better Wisconsin

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYGE2cmLGZQ&feature=youtu.be

objectivism and ayn rand are view of avg american

rat faced commy bimbo caty couric needs a bitch slap

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

fuck yeah scott walker won FUCK YEAH

all the people who got 550m for solyandra should be charged by government to get the money back

all the people who got 550m for solyandra should be charged by government to get the money back

there will be no 100b global warming fund and charge all individuals who try n steal from taxpyers for it

cancel all contracts!! this is what individual and governmetn should do!! no gov contract is valid once power changes hands!! eliminate 99% laws! repalce lawyers with software!

emily blunt is/never was anywhere near hot a 3 of 10

hollywood: rhiana is ugs stop putting her on tv radio

oracle again being pieces of shit, no gov money should be spent on oracle or microsoft garbage or IBM, freebsd archlinux netbsd openbsd are just fine as are perl python php ruby tcl lisp haskell smalltalk scheme erlang etc for software development

http://news.dice.com/2012/06/04/developers-win-oracle-google-trial/

Fund, the author of the forthcoming “Who’s Counting, How Fraudsters and Bureaucrats Put Your Vote at Risk,” a new book that will be released next month, said that Walker’s national standing has benefitted from all of the publicity surrounding the recall.

http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/fund-obama-wisconsin-recall/2012/06/04/id/441181

Sunday, June 3, 2012

remeber all gov contracts are void after next election regardless of paper dates

end all union pensions today 3june2012 0 them out

end all bargaining laws and all laws regarding unios such taht government and biz can ignore unions toatlly, and remember all union contracts are void after next election

“When you’re asked a question like, ‘would you take a 10-to-1 deal,’ that’s like being asked what color unicorn you like,” Norquist said. “He’s not from D.C. Everyone in D.C. has been asked this question and they know the answer is: we don’t need to raise taxes, we need to cut spending.”

http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/norquist-jeb-bush-tax/2012/06/03/id/441050

“One of the guys who most famously got taken in was [Jeb Bush’s] dad … At the end of the day, the tax increases were real and none of the promised spending cuts happened,” Norquist said, according to Politico. “He ended up endorsing the policy that ended his father’s presidency.”

http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/norquist-jeb-bush-tax/2012/06/03/id/441050

capitalists are liberals and democrats are communists

if miami is handed nba title by refs, I will no longer watch NBA and be convinced its fixed, kobe in 2010 over celtics was almsot enuf but this will seal it, best team doesnt win

Ann Coulter Beats Up Matt Lauer

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DssGcg3Bn3A&feature=related

stop screen going blank freebsd

vim /etc/defaults/rc.conf, search for 'blanktime'

jack vance awesome

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Vance#Tschai

poor webber gets 24 shots to duncans 36

http://www.usatoday.com/sports/scores101/101102/101102326.htm

shipping now union pension overpriced 4 dolalrs for tiny book fuck this shit

end the womens nba wnba very bad idea very very boring

wild laker won in 80 and got worthy xt year lik celtics winning in 80 and getting jordan next season

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1ff4LD9VkE&feature=related

5 reach in fouls by lakers not called as fouls in first 5 min lol fakers

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1ff4LD9VkE&feature=related

nah jordan only dunks on big guys who are far from the play or jumping late parish etc used to reject hsi as nonstop and in 80 shit he rejet liek 3 4 times in row and crowsd love the get that shti outa ehre defnese only in pussified democrat 90s did his shit fly with kobe style bailout calls ruining nba so we have pussified version we watch today

http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature=endscreen&v=EtGEFlofuzk

7.5 % airline tax scary and obama care taxes home sales 4% wtf?

inflation is how government steals capitalisms gains and charges the poor

ass mass production capitalism minimizses costs the good are cheaper and more plentiful until taxes steal from all by raising prices on all good by printing money without producing anything and paying people for not poducing and or handouts and or paying them too much too produce too little