If you have a few minutes or 40 to spare.
Check out this show about Ancient Aliens and their influence on Nazi Germany.
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Thursday, December 9, 2010
After mulling over the ongoings on the interwebs regarding wikileaks and the subsequent attacks performed on certain sites in efforts to help the organizations owner.
I ask you this, What if wikileaks is a US government (CIA or other) front used as a premise to introduce the true censorship of the internet?
What if they knew the counter attacks would happen as they are right now, to make a case to bill makers in Washington to finally censor the freedoms we enjoy on teh interbutts?
Still don't believe me?
Read CIA, Mossad and Soros behind Wikileaks
Posted by Telia Tuli at 12:23 AM
Saturday, December 4, 2010
Justin Bieber has groupies where you'd least expect them.
An army of Brazilian cops raided the Rio headquarters of one of the country's most notorious drug gangs, The Guardian newspaper of Britain reported.
Among the items they found in a mansion belonging to a kingpin known as Pezao were 10 tons of pot, an arsenal of assault rifles and a missile.
The cops also found a mural on a wall depicting the teen heartthrob.
Apparently, in addition to Pezao being one of the top traffickers, he's also one of the top Bieber fans.
Read More HERE
Posted by Telia Tuli at 7:12 AM
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
In the first case of its kind, a man from Southern California is set to go on trial Tuesday on criminal charges of circumventing digital rights management (DRM) by modifying Microsoft's Xbox 360 console.
Twenty-eight-year old Matthew Crippen faces two counts of violating the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and could face a maximum of three years in prison if convicted.
The Cal State Fullerton liberal arts student is accused of installing chips on Xbox 360 consoles that allowed people to run pirated DVDs and other unofficial content.
In a potentially devastating decision, a federal judge ruled last week that Crippen could not claim "fair use" as a defense for modifying a gaming console.
Crippen's attorneys had hoped to claim that installing a mod chip in a gaming console was no different than "jailbreaking" an iPhone, since both devices share many of the same basic functions.
Read More HERE
UPDATE: Looks like a smart judge did the right thing. Check link to read more.
Posted by Telia Tuli at 1:07 PM