The mission was as simple as touching two wires together, the little boy was promised. The resulting blast would obliterate the American infidels – but God would spare him from the flame and shrapnel. Abdul Samat would be unharmed and free to run back to the men who had fitted his bomb vest.
No, No, No. It’s WRONG to piss on dead Taliban terrorists.
…and the few people who were attracted to the Huntsman campaign were moderate Republicans, independents, Democrats — and the media.
I realized recently that I had left Huntsman off the poll I had up of Republican Candidates. Good thing I had “other” as a choice. But no one chided me on the lapse or wrote him in. You know what that means? Jon Huntsman will be a killer trivia question in about a year from now.
“Based upon this testing an analysis, there appear to be no practical solutions or mitigations that would permit the LightSquared broadband service, as proposed, to operate in the next few months or years without significantly interfering with GPS. As a result, no additional testing is warranted at this time.”
That seems clear, now we get to see if political leverage with the Obama Red Shed (formerly known as The White House) trumps the public’s unhampered use of a key and increasingly important technology.
LightSquared’s response…This is nothing more than a thinly-veiled attempt by government agencies to protect the interests of the GPS industry who are unauthorized users infringing on spectrum licensed to LightSquared.
We are all “unauthorized users”? FU, Mr. Falcone.
Outrage over a pair of bills, the Stop Online Piracy Act in the House and the Protect Intellectual Property Act in the Senate, is building ahead of a planned protest on Wednesday in which popular websites plan to black out their front pages to raise awareness.
OK, I’m in. Once I figure out how to “black out” my front page.