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Quote: Originally Posted by Manton No, I am making an informed judgement based on your posts. I think you're too far to the right to even see the center.
Quote: Originally Posted by Manton So what? maxnharry considers himself a centrist when he is plainly not Have you added arbiter of centrism to your list of duties? Does my disdain of Sarah P disqualify me from being a centrist?
I know the source will be a problem for some, but its a good article with some sensible changes that we should make to our airport security system. http://motherjones.com/mojo/2010/11/...ecurity-system
Quote: Originally Posted by Star I am PM and recently got the Prince2 certification. Certification gives you a framework to operate under when managing a project but if that is all you are relying on then you are in trouble. In a Project Management role you will find all sorts of people, interests, hidden agendas, knives and daggers and things that come out of the blue. In some respect it is like herding cats! Prince2 and PMBOK will not teach you how...
Quote: Originally Posted by passingtime The article is correct. You would need Siemens help to fix infected systems since it requires a new version of their code even if you fix the associated Windows PCs so Siemens would know what the infection numbers are. It is likely that western nuclear plants wouldn't be affected because of strict access rules but India, Pakistan, Iran, and North Korea may well be lax. The Stuxnet worm will be interesting in the...
Especially since it provides psquiatric care. Have lived for the last two years in the European workers paradise, they seem to like it, but it's not for me. You can see how it discourages some people from working hard and really raises the prices of most everything. It also promotes an substantial underground economy that really is in the best interest of no one.
Quote: Originally Posted by haganah That guy is by far the biggest idiot on CE right now. "On Saturday, Muslim and Arab American leaders in Oregon and southwest Washington condemned the attack in a joint statement, calling it "inexcusable and without any justification in Islam or authentic Muslim tradition."" The Muslim and Arab community is condemning this and this mouth breather is trying to come up with excuses - he is part of the idiotic left that...
Quote: Originally Posted by z7f9q All right, but this is based on false assumptions. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-11388018 Siemens may very well have had no direct involvement with the nuclear plants, but this story from Reuters places some part of Siemens doing business in Iran until January of this year. So I am not sure that they left 30 years ago. http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSLDE60Q13020100127
Quote: Originally Posted by StephenHero How much of the struggle in Iraq was from asymmetrical warfare deficiencies versus nation-building deficiencies re: troop training and organization from Iraq? Somebody had to have been responsible for the strategic blunders and I'm under the impression that Bush was deferring to Rumsfeld and Cheney in the development of the longer term plan there. How off the mark is that perception? Asymmetrical warfare...
Quote: Originally Posted by 83glt http://www.cnn.com/2010/CRIME/11/27/...b.plot/?hpt=T1 Entrapment? Did this guy really intend to carry this through from the beginning? Or was it the involvement of authorities that led him this far? Isn't this what happened with those guys in Canada that were planning to behead the Prime Minister? Entrapment? That seems a little far fetched. Interesting that the article referred to a car bomb as a WMD. ...
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