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Monday, July 05, 2004

 

Accidentally discovered website of the Day

This site is original. The images are worth visiting the site to see.


http://originaldo.com/

http://originaldo.com/swapshots/

 

The Real Slim Cheney Shows How You Rule



I'll make them an offer they can't refuse.




Cheney tells the American public "I got your back."
Cheney channels Bob Hope's arrogance.


"He's got the whole world in his hands...he's got the whole world in his hands..."


I got the whole world..in my hands...got the whole world..in my hands!

 

Stargate - Atlantis - Richard Dean Anderson

I like Richard Dean Anderson and wanted to give his website a plug since the SCI FI channel is plugging their new StarGate Atlantis.

I guess one reason I like Richard Dean Anderson is that over the years, people have said I "look like that MACGYVER guy". Well, once I started getting that a lot, I started watching him a bit, and over the years, I've been struck what a great sense of humor he has, and what an "average" guy he seems like. Anyway, I like the parts he plays, and in watching his interviews on SciFi...he seems like a cool guy...so..if you get a chance...check out:

http://www.rdanderson.com

 

Parodies...gotta love 'em

One of my favorites...great work guys!
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"A pizza delivery guy would be better than Bush"

On Lou Dobbs program on CNN, we saw an interview with Hal Rippy. In the last election he voted for Bush. Now, he sees he made a big mistake.

Hal Rippy of Saunders Thread Company of North Carolina says
anyone would be better than Bush, in fact, per Rippy,

"A pizza delivery guy would be better than Bush."


Charles SAUNDERS,owner, says that workers are losing their jobs as a result of policies coming from Washington and their only hope is through using the ballot box.

 

High-tech hood put on Mequon suspect

"Mequon - A man died in Mequon police custody Saturday after an officer placed a high-tech protective hood over the man's head to shield the officer from saliva, the lead investigator on the case said Tuesday.

Matthew Sheridan


Photo/File
Matthew Sheridan, 20, died Saturday.


Recent Coverage

6/20/04: Suspect's death while in custody under review
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The officer believed that the device was a "spit bag," said Lt. Dean Roberts of the Ozaukee County Sheriff's Department. A "spit bag" is a restraint used to contain bodily fluids.

"The hood turned out not to be a spit bag. It actually was called a SURVIVAIR Quick2000 escape hood respirator," Roberts said.

Whether the hood, which protects against chemical and biological agents, caused or contributed to 20-year-old Matthew Sheridan's death was not known Tuesday.

The federal government has purchased thousands of the SURVIVAIR Quick2000 masks, which cover the head and neck, since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

Richard Sustello, vice president of strategic marketing for Bacou-Dalloz, the parent company of SURVIVAIR, said Tuesday that someone "obviously misused" the escape hood.

The device is "clearly marked" for use to escape from hazardous chemical or biological environments, Sustello said. "I really don't understand how it could be confused with a spit bag."

Sustello said that warnings with the escape hood clearly state that "misuse can cause death or serious injury." He noted that the hood has an airtight rubber seal around the neck.

The device has filters, a mouthpiece and nose clip designed to prevent nasal breathing. If it's used incorrectly, the user would not be breathing fresh air, Sustello said.

An autopsy was conducted Sunday on Sheridan, of Mequon, but so far the results are inconclusive, Roberts said. Authorities are awaiting the results of toxicology tests.

No preliminary cause of death has been released. Roberts, Ozaukee County Coroner John Holicek and other officials would not say whether Sheridan suffocated.

Meanwhile, a Mequon police officer has been placed on administrative leave in connection with the incident. Mequon Police Chief E. Doyle Barker said the move is standard procedure.

The name of the officer was not being released on Tuesday.

Mequon police have declined comment about the case. Barker requested that the Sheriff's Department conduct the investigation into Sheridan's death."
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What!??? They didn't taser the dead body?

 

Power grid inquiry reportedly

"DALLAS -- The Texas Department of Public Safety is investigating new allegations of self-dealing by former security officials at the organization that oversees Texas' electric power network, The Dallas Morning News reported Sunday.

Investigators are trying to determine the roles played by three managers in at least two firms that were hired to handle computer and physical security at the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, a government official with knowledge of the investigation told the newspaper.

The two firms involved are Cyberensics Corp. and ECT Global Solutions Inc.

During an investigation that began with an internal inquiry, police discovered payments from the two contractors to two of the three ERCOT officials, the newspaper reported. The government official said investigators are looking into whether employees committed theft or laundered ERCOT funds.

State regulators also are concerned that Texas' electricity network could have been jeopardized because the investigation centers around security and technology contracts.

No charges have been filed.

ERCOT, which has a $133 million annual budget, is funded by a surcharge levied on the state's utility companies, which they pass on to customers.

ERCOT chief executive Tom Noel has said he has no reason to believe the contracting arrangements had compromised the grid operator's systems. Noel is retiring from his post and will be succeeded by Thomas Schrader, who said he was not familiar with the most recent developments.

ERCOT spokeswoman Heather Tindall told The Associated Press on Sunday that the DPS has asked the company not to comment.

The council had at least $2.5 million in contracts with ECT and Cyberensics, contractors that are linked to the three managers at the heart of the inquiry -- Christopher Allen Douglas, Carlos Luquis and James Christopher Uranga -- the newspaper reported.

Douglas, 46, was senior manager for data warehouse and security. Luquis, 36, managed physical security, and Uranga, 36, served as director of corporate security and information technology operations. All recently left ERCOT.

Douglas declined to comment to the newspaper. Uranga and Luquis did not respond to telephone messages.

Police discovered financial records showing payments to Uranga, Douglas and another ERCOT insider from ECT, Cyberensics and another recently dismissed ERCOT contractor. The official told the newspaper that no payments have been found to Luquis but that many bank records have yet to be obtained.

The three men formed ECT in 1999 and named themselves directors, according to state corporation records. The company was dissolved in November 2000 for failing to update reports, but, in March 2003, a month after Uranga joined ERCOT, the company was revived.

The name listed on the reinstatement documents was Matthew Nelson, who is listed as vice president for business operations and who served with Uranga and Luquis in the Navy. Nelson eventually was installed in place of the three ERCOT managers as the contractor's sole director.

ERCOT later hired ECT to assess its security, and Luquis was named the lead worker on the project. Luquis was hired at ERCOT by last July after he completed the contract work, and ECT has since been dissolved.

Nelson declined to comment to the newspaper.

Meanwhile, in the spring of 2003, Cyberensics was incorporated by Bobby Joe Greer, a former classmate and co-worker of Uranga's. In a statement to his former employer, Greer said Uranga contacted him and asked him to set up the company.

Cyberensics landed a contract with ERCOT soon after it was incorporated. The contractor netted about $1.3 million during its one-year existence, Greer said.

Greer's former boss, Mike Mayeux, said Greer told him that Douglas and Luquis were partners in Cyberensics. Greer also said he signed company checks prepared by Douglas, Mayeux said.

Greer declined to comment, as did his attorney, A. Scot Chase.

Within weeks of launching Cyberensics, Greer began hiring employees. Some workers said they got jobs inside ERCOT facilities after just a phone interview, without undergoing the usual background checks.

Former Cyberensics employee Jeremy Molnar said ERCOT staffers weren't expecting him when he arrived for his first day. He also said Greer kept hiring employees even though the existing ones had little work to do.

The employees made recommendations to Uranga about bolstering security, but the ideas "just didn't go anywhere," Molnar said.

"I'd write up detailed reports, and they'd just get blown off," he said.

ERCOT has said employee complaints and questions from a vendor sparked the company's internal inquiry. In April, the Cyberensics employees and an undetermined number of contractors were fired. A week later, Cyberensics was dissolved, state records show.

DPS investigators have interviewed 50 witnesses since their investigation began. Last month, a Williamson County grand jury subpoenaed the notes of the ERCOT lawyer who conducted the internal inquiry that sparked the investigation.

The Texas Public Utility Commission plans to hire independent auditors to examine the Taylor-based grid operator's security systems, finances and management controls. ERCOT has begun background checks on all contract workers."
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Hmmmm...wonder what was going on?

 

Lawmakers Attack Violent Video Games

"By NICK WADHAMS
Associated Press Writer

NEW YORK — The video game industry seems to delight in pushing the envelope — and the bounds of good taste — with ever-gorier content. That has put it under renewed attack from legislators and activists who claim some titles must be kept out of kids' hands, though courts have repeatedly granted games First Amendment protections.

The opponents cite new research that they say suggests strong links between violent games and aggressive behavior. They are disturbed by games' cultural ubiquity and the always-improving technology that makes virtual gore more realistic than ever.

"Pediatricians and psychologists have been warning us that violent video games are harmful to children," said Mary Lou Dickerson, a Democratic legislator in Washington state who wrote a law now being challenged in federal court — banning the sale of some violent games to kids. "I'm optimistic that the courts will heed their warnings."
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Look...how does having a lunatic for a president , sending thousands of men and women to foreign lands and training them to kill an enemy without hesitation affect them. How about the training of troops at Abu Ghraib, or at least, instruction of them to sexually abuse and dehumanize prisoners...how does that affect them as people when they come home and get jobs as cops...how about that.

Not everyone who plays first person shooter games becomes a killer.
There are no foolproof, non-flawed studies that have drawn a direct, causal relationship between video game content and violent actions perpetrated by the players in future situations have been done.

I personally never was a game player, but, I object to this dumping on video games. People kill other people for a lot of reasons, and one BIG reason people go kill other people, is when they claim they have been bullied, picked on, and victimized by those people in school or on the job. Bullying was apparently the reason the Trenchcoat mafia kids that did the murders at Columbine, given by the murderers before the event. The reason multiple murders done at a workplace by a man that had worked there, were also claimed to be the result of him being bullied and picked on.

Bullying, being picked on, and feeling victimized, day after day, generates a violent, seething rage in people that does not simply go away.

So, instead of wasting money stigmatizing video games, how about a study on the link between bullying behavior, abusive behavior by co-workers and fellow students , and violent retaliation by those who feel they were victimized. That would be FAR more useful than this politically based nonsense.

 

Colo. Writer Won't Be Charged for Stalking

"BROOMFIELD, Colo. — A reporter who published an account of being raped as a child and said he once considered killing his alleged attacker will not be charged with stalking the man, prosecutors said.

David Holthouse, 33, whose account was published in the Denver alternative weekly Westword, was arrested on suspicion of stalking on May 29, allegedly because he had asked a friend to watch the alleged rapist's home.

Prosecutor Steve Bernard said the alleged attacker did not want to press charges.

In the May 13 Westword story, Holthouse described being raped at knifepoint at age 7 in 1978 by the teenage son of a family acquaintance. Holthouse wrote that he bought a gun and planned to kill the man but changed his mind after his parents found out about the assault.

Holthouse said his mother sent letters to the alleged rapist's neighbors warning them of the man's past. Fearing retaliation against his parents, Holthouse said he asked a friend to watch the man."
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"so it goes"

 

Mexico Troops Interrupt Funeral of Marine

"By WILL WEISSERT
Associated Press Writer

U.S. Marines perform honors during the funeral of 22-year-old U.S. Marine Juan Lopez, in his hometown of San Luis de la Paz in central Mexico, Sunday, July 4, 2004. Lopez emigrated to United States as a teenager, joined the U.S. Marines and was killed in an ambush in Iraq on June 21. .(AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)


SAN LUIS DE LA PAZ, Mexico — Mexican soldiers carrying automatic weapons interrupted the Independence Day funeral of a U.S. Marine and demanded that the Marine honor guard give up ceremonial replicas of rifles they carried. The move drew an angry reaction from the U.S. Ambassador."
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This pisses me off. I am outraged. This will not stand.

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