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General / Re: best chip ever
« on: June 20, 2015, 08:39:26 AM »
Highly unlikely.

Good Mythical Morning Episode 34
Best Chips Ever
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-0Z06CyRw-E

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General / best chip ever
« on: June 19, 2015, 02:19:11 PM »
http://espressif.com/en/products/esp8266/
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ESP8266
ESP8266 is a highly integrated chip designed for the needs of a new connected world. It offers a complete and self-contained WiFi networking solution, allowing it to either host the application or to offload all WiFi networking functions from another application processor.
ESP8266 has powerful on-board processing and storage capabilities that allow it to be integrated with the sensors and other application specific devices through its GPIOs with minimal development up-front and minimal loading during runtime. Its high degree of on-chip integration allows for minimal external circuitry, and the entire solution, including front-end module, is designed to occupy minimal PCB area.

Features
SDIO 2.0, SPI, UART
32-pin QFN package
Integrated RF switch, balun, 24dBm PA, DCXO, and PMU
Integrated RISC processor, on-chip memory and external memory interfaces
Integrated MAC/baseband processors
Quality of Service management
I2S interface for high fidelity audio applications
On-chip low-dropout linear regulators for all internal supplies
Proprietary spurious-free clock generation architecture
Integrated WEP, TKIP, AES, and WAPI engines

https://nurdspace.nl/ESP8266

https://nurdspace.nl/images/e/e0/ESP8266_Specifications_English.pdf

These are the ones I am playing with

https://www.adafruit.com/product/2471

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General / Re: It's time for another Jew thread
« on: June 16, 2015, 05:50:44 PM »
OMG...my 6yo son told his karate class he is jewish. WTF?

 I had to have my wife do damage control. I need to hide the menorah and the matzos.

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General / Re: Drama in the Free State
« on: June 16, 2015, 05:41:51 PM »
http://jesusisthewaythetruththelife.com/node/2

Kat Kanning was born again.
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My Testimony - Coming out of the Darkness

Seems that mostly my whole life has been darkness. I was a happy enough kid, but then I started having sex and things just got all messed up. There were all the tragic breakups, ripping my heart apart from loving someone then being separated from him. Then at 17, I got pregnant. I didnít want to mess up my college plans, so I had an abortion. Boy, I wish Iíd known then what I know now. I wish Iíd known how messed up my life would be over killing my baby.

The depression and desperation started sometime soon after that. I basically slept with most anyone whoíd have me. Iíd be in a relationship with someone and then be wondering why it wasnít making me happy. So then Iíd go on to the next relationship in hopes that person would love me enough to make me happy. Somehow, I never found a man who could do that for me.

I married. That still wasnít enough. So I talked my husband into an open marriage, and I continued my search. Looking back on this time is so horrible. I broke up at least one marriage with my sleeping around, and didnít even care at the time. I kept on until one of the men I was sleeping with molested my daughter. It took that to wake me up.

After a long hideous trial, the guy was sent to jail, and I left my husband and moved to Texas. I stayed away from men for a long time (or a long time for me). After we moved to New Hampshire, I started dating a little, but then something good happened to me.

My mother had been praying for a husband for me, and I think her prayers were answered. I was drawn to Russell online, so we started talking and decided to marry. He flew to NH and we married that day. Russell is a Christian, and I was an atheist, so it was a strange match at first. Maybe itís not so strange now.

Every once in a while Russell would mention abortion and I would cringe inside. He didnít know that Iíd aborted a child. I didnít tell him. Gradually, I came to see that I was wrong about that Ďblob of tissueí Iíd rid myself of, that it had been a child Iíd murdered. Even an atheist can see that murder is wrong. I didnít have any way out of the guilt, though, there was no way to undo the wrong Iíd done.

Russell explained to me something Iíd not known before. Sex bonds a man and woman together for life. Thereís even a chemical basis for this, Iíve recently found out. I was really messing with things by sleeping around so much.

Things were much better with Russell. I wasnít desperate to sleep around, but was still tempted occasionally. He couldnít have been more loving, but I still wasnít exactly happy.

Then one time Russell was hauled away to jail, taken right out of his work. I was so sad over that - there didnít seem to be any hope that heíd ever really be able to work. I missed him terribly. I was listening to a lot of Alex Jones at the time, and the state of the world seemed also so hopeless. It seemed like all the bad people in the world were taking control and wanting to enslave or kill all the rest of us. I came to a point where I said our only hope was for God to save us. I asked Him for forgiveness for all the terrible things Iíd done in my life.

I didnít see much change at the time, but not long after that our roommate asked me what had change, since I seemed happier.

Time went on, and I started trying to learn about God and the Bible. It took a long time before I admitted to anyone, even Russell, what had happened -- maybe 6 months later. After I told Russell, things began to really change with me. I started reading the Bible like a madwoman. Things that once seemed OK to me before were now uncomfortable. I learned that God gave us laws for how we should live in order to keep us safe, like a good parent sets down rules for their child. When we break those rules, that is sin. God canít be in the presence of sin, so the penalty for sin is death and weíre sent to hell to be kept separate from God. But God loves his creation and wants us with him, so he gives us lots of chances to repent and be with Him. Blood sacrifice can cover sin, but only a perfect sacrifice can remove it. So God sent his son to earth to be that perfect sacrifice and let him die in pain and shame on the cross to pay the price for our sins - for my sin, so that we wouldnít have to pay the price of eternal damnation. I learned that any of my sins, even telling a lie, would have been enough to damn me. Lucky for me God woke me up and let me see the truth. The Bible says that to unbelievers, this whole story seems to be just foolishness. I certainly saw it that way before. God has to reach out to unbelievers for them to understand. Iím very thankful he did in my case.

So a while back, soon after I told Russell Iíd become a Christian, I prayed and asked God what I should do in his service. The next night I had a dream. I was like that gal, Casey Anthony on trial for killing her little girl. I was on the witness stand saying that I wasnít guilty of killing my little girl, but I was guilty of killing my unborn child. And I knew in the dream I was supposed to use this huge public platform, being on TV, to suggest to women that itís not good to kill our children, unborn or otherwise.

When I woke I was in quite a tizzy over it. Telling people what Iíd done was the last thing in the world I wanted to do. I fasted for several days and finally got up the nerve to tell Russell what Iíd done. I was so afraid heíd leave me. I need not have been afraid. He just held me as I cried and told him.

Iíve since started working at a crisis pregnancy center. Ladies come in for free pregnancy tests, and I try and give then a little information about abortion, sex, marriage, God. Iíve learned that most women who have abortions experience depression and many have self-destructive behaviors they engage in over it. It certainly was so in my case.

(Also from Alex Jones Iíve learned that the world system being set up loves abortion, genocide, eugenics. Obamaís Science Czar Eric Holdren wrote a book promoting eugenics - forced sterilization, forced abortions. http://www.prisonplanet.com/obama-science-advisor-called-for-planetary-r...)

The other day I was searching for something on the forum, and came across one of my old posts. I was shocked. I donít talk that way any more. I donít think that way any more.

I have a peace now that I havenít had since childhood, or maybe never before. I was so driven and unhappy before. I was a slave to sin. All the sex was an obsession I couldnít let go of. Once I got it in my head I wanted to sleep with someone, well, I kept at it until I succeeded. It was miserable being so desperate for love. I guess the peace I have now is from the love of God and the forgiveness of my past evil. My whole world has turned around so much, itís hard to even explain. Itís easier to forgive what others do to me, since Iíve been forgiven of so much. Itís easier to be compassionate when such compassion has been shown to me. Iíve been freed from the domination of sin. Iíve truly come out of the darkness and into the light.

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Episodes & Show Prep / Re: Mark
« on: June 08, 2015, 04:32:00 PM »
I thought Mark did his time in Florida state prison system.

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I still have three. If you are a mmj patient visiting Maine, I could donate them to you.

http://drgreenthumb.com

It is on the expensive side. $150 for 6 feminized seeds shipped.

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I know my back and insomnia could get me a card in Cali, but they don't give a hoot about that in the East Coast requirements.
Anyone who wants a card in Maine can get one. Worst case it takes 6 months.

There are even walk in clinics now.

http://bangordailynews.com/2015/05/15/business/walk-in-medical-marijuana-certification-clinics-now-operating-in-maine/

To my knowledge, the furthest East that has any reasonable laws is Michigan.
http://bangordailynews.com/2014/07/08/news/state/new-report-calls-maines-medical-marijuana-program-the-nations-best/

This is East Coast Sour Diesel...26% THC. It will bust a nut in your eye.


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General / Re: Ian is banging a 16 year old.
« on: June 01, 2015, 09:40:29 AM »
On the plus side, she gets into porcfest for free.

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General / Re: Dating Rant
« on: June 01, 2015, 09:37:31 AM »
But she doesn't help herself when she can't list a single hobby besides baking.

What's wrong with baking?

Sounds like my dream girl.  420! woooooooo!

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The Rubber Room - Not Safe for Work / Re: Pants
« on: June 01, 2015, 09:31:42 AM »
After years of research I have settled on 5.11 pants.

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General / Re: Free Keene Battle Rap 5/31/15 @ The Docks
« on: June 01, 2015, 05:28:00 AM »
You should go to find these guys in Portland, ME.



Two people got shot there a week ago. Something like 7-11 people in the studio, but no description of the suspects. Was it you?

http://www.thenewstribune.com/2015/05/26/3809419/2-hurt-in-shooting-at-portland.html

http://www.pressherald.com/2015/05/26/portland-studio-owner-says-shooting-victim-wasnt-targeted/

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General / Re: Forums simplified.
« on: May 25, 2015, 02:11:43 PM »

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General / Re: Forums simplified.
« on: May 22, 2015, 07:42:45 PM »
I wish I had something to say. Numbers don't lie.


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mad props

http://www.businessweek.com/news/2012-02-04/hacker-group-anonymous-intercepted-u-s-call-over-investigation.html

Hacker Group Anonymous Intercepted U.S. Call Over Investigation

Feb. 4 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. government said the online hacker group Anonymous intercepted a telephone call between FBI agents and U.K. authorities involving a joint investigation of the group.

Members of the hacker-activist group obtained details on a Jan. 17 conference call, including dial-in information, and posted a recording of it on Google Inc.ís YouTube website and other Internet sites, according to messages posted on Twitter accounts associated with Anonymous members.

Barrett Brown, an informal spokesman for Anonymous, said that in an unrelated attack a team of hackers had also stolen more than two yearsí worth of e-mails and attachments relating to the 2005 Haditha massacre, in which 24 Iraqi civilians died. He said the e-mails would be posted shortly on a file-sharing site accessible by the public.

The phone recording suggests a significant security breach of Federal Bureau of Investigation protocols, according to E.J. Hilbert, a former agent in the bureauís cyber security division. Hilbert said the recording suggests federal investigators werenít identifying everyone on the call as they dialed in.

ďIt sounds like somebody screwed up -- itís as simple as that,Ē said Hilbert, now a partner at Kroll Inc., the New York- based security firm.

Infiltration Efforts

The 16-minute call detailed confidential aspects of the investigation into Anonymous by the FBI and U.K. law enforcement. It included information on efforts to infiltrate the group through means including informers.

ďThe information was intended for law enforcement officers only and was illegally obtained,Ē Jenny Shearer, a spokeswoman for the FBIís cyber division, said in an e-mail yesterday confirming the breach. ďA criminal investigation is under way to identify and hold accountable those responsible.Ē

She didnít dispute or confirm the authenticity of the recording posted on YouTube.

Calls to the Metropolitan Police in London werenít immediately answered.

The hackers who recorded the law enforcement call were also involved in stealing the e-mails from the computer servers of Puckett & Faraj, the law firm that represented Staff Sergeant Frank Wuterich, one of the marines accused in actions related to the deaths of Iraqi civilians, Brown said.

Law Firm Website

A person who answered the phone at Puckett & Farajís offices in Alexandria, Virginia, said the firm had no comment beyond confirming that its website was down. The person declined to give her name.

ďThe guys who did this are the best we have,Ē Brown said, referring to the Anonymous members who stole the e-mails and intercepted the FBI call.

Brown said the e-mails, which go back as far as 2009, may contain evidence and undisclosed details about the Haditha incident, as well as other cases the firm has worked on.

Wuterich, who wonít serve jail time, took responsibility for the deaths during a sentencing hearing in January. His sentence, handed down in a military court, included a reduction in pay and a demotion, and may have motivated the attack by Anonymous, according to several Twitter posts on accounts associated with the group.

Disclosures on Call

Among the potentially serious disclosures in the call, U.K. investigators revealed that they know the identity of two top Anonymous members and they are temporarily delaying new charges and another round of arrests at the request of the FBI.

ďWeíve got our prosecutorial counsel making an application in chambers without the defense knowing, to seek a way to try and factor some time,Ē one of the U.K. investigators can be heard saying on the recording of the call posted on YouTube.

The agents can also be heard discussing an Anonymous member who goes by the nickname TehWongZ, who they said is a 15-year- old boy arrested just before Christmas. Investigators said the teenager had confessed to hacking the Manchester Credit Union.

A Metropolitan Police official on the recording said TehWongZ is also linked to the hack of a gaming site, including the theft of the names, logins and credit-card numbers of 32,000 users. The FBI agents said the intrusion was under investigation by the FBI in Baltimore. The youth admitted to his acts, the U.K. officials said on the call.

ďLooks like heís cleaning the slate now that heís come to the notice of police,Ē one of the officials can be heard saying. ďI suspect a smack from mom or dad is behind it all.Ē

Some Twitter accounts of the infiltration said Anonymous broke into the e-mail accounts of investigators to gain the call-in details.

ďThe FBI might be curious how weíre able to continuously read their internal comms for some time now,Ē an Anonymous member posted on an account linked to the group.

Hilbert said the agents also may have been re-using the same line and pass code for conference calls with investigative partners.

ďIf anybody should be checking whoís on their calls, it should be the government -- especially these guys,Ē he said.

--Editors: Andrew Dunn, David E. Rovella

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General / Is Dalebert a pedophile?
« on: January 27, 2012, 09:28:39 PM »
He has said he is attracted to young boys like Justin Beiber.

I'm sure some people would call him a pedo.

What do you think?

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