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Giving ourselves a nickname will only encourage immature users to stick around. I am against this completely.
I use it as a tool to block others in unsecured places. My ip is never my real ip so the fact that it shows on server logs doesn't bother me.
- Lulzsec member using hidemyass
There's the problem. If you are participating in large scale illegal activities online you should assume any VPN can betray you.
It's pretty stable now. The only problems I've had are if you leave it on while surfing it can tend to block sites you frequent. It's more for specifically going to bad neighborhoods on the internet if that makes sense. Leave it off when you're just browsing normally.
- The pre-cooler technology is the key. It allows the incoming airstream to be cooled from over 1000 degrees C to minus 150 C in less than 1/100th of a second without any frost blockage.
I'm trying to wrap my head around how this is possible.
Considering no score is kept and choosing to share a post just places it into the feed of others that have chosen to follow you, I don't see the 'ego petting' you're referring to. The concept of hubski is fairly simple; follow people who post things you like. The ignore option ensures you don't have to be barraged with people/tags/posts you don't find appealing. I think the layout of hubski is far superior to other sites as it basically stops memes and group-think before it can ever take off limiting the site to just whatever you personally find interesting whether it be technology or space.
I have never had any problems as the software constantly updates its database every time you use it from iblocklist.com. iblocklist is an up to the minute list of all known blacklisted ip's. Also you can manually add any ip's to the block if desired. If you torrent, the program is very effective as it blocks all known law enforcement agencies.
I'm a firearm owner that thinks homosexual marriage is fine and socialism isn't fascism. I don't think the government should ban certain firearms but I'm all for better background screens that prevent mentally unstable persons from buying them legally. Just another reason why the two party system is flawed. No argument can really be separated as polar opposites and doing so breeds irrational, over-zealous fanaticism. It leaves us with two sides of a divided people unwilling to compromise on even the most basic issues that should not even be issues to begin with.
- Pistols can of course still be used to commit crime but it's harder to commit mass murder with one.
- Cho used two firearms during the attacks: a .22-caliber Walther P22 semi-automatic handgun and a 9 mm semi-automatic Glock 19 handgun.
33 dead and 23 injured.
So....it's me isn't it?
- especially someone who admits to awful behavior elsewhere and doesn't want that following them around
It isn't so much as that I want a fresh start as it is I want to be able to preserve one of the few sites that I still learn from.