Archive for April, 2008

No! Windows Is Really Secure!

There is not a simple plug-in device that Microsoft has given to law-enforcement to crack your system wide open to gather evidence of all your wrong doing.  Oh wait, yes there is.

Microsoft != Security ???

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Censorship At Colorado State University!!!

We have got to stop this! They are threating to spot publication of a professor because of his views on global warming!  Oh wait, he does not believe in global warming.  Never mind!  Nothing to see here.  Go on about your business.

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War For Oil

After Mr. Fu stopped to fill up his tank this morning, he is thinking that a war for oil would be a good idea about now. If the Bush Administration had only listened to LT COL ROCK STARBUSTER we would not be paying more than $30 for a barrel of oil right now.

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500 Posts

According to Mr. Fu’s Wilson Fu dashboard, we have reached the 500 post mark.

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Damn Commies!

Did Gorbachev put out a contract on John Paul II?  Mr. Fu would not be surprised, the communist bastards.  At least they knew who their real enemies were.  Not like he was putting out contracts on Ted Kennedy or Jimmy Carter.

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Yet Another Reason Why CNN Sucks

They interview one of their reporters and call it news.  WTFreak is that about?  Sure Christiane Amanpour is CNN’s chief international correspondent, but that makes her a news event how?  Who gives a tinker’s dam about her opinion anyway?  So Syria and North Korea are in cahoots and she wonders if the Bush Administration is going to try to use it as a stick?  Well, duh.  And the Yankees are going to try to win the pendant this year.  Big news flash that!


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Meet Obama’s Buddies

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Lessons For Youths (Yutes?)

We were discussing the merits of self-defense with CLONE RED last night and this quote was brought up:

“Better to be judged by twelve than carried by six.”
—  Booker T. Washington

It should be noted that Mr. Washington is a model American.  Mr. Fu wishes we had more like him!

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Getting Rid Of Special Forces?

An article at looks at some planning documents from the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM). It looks like they are kicking the U.S. Army Special Forces to the curb. This is an incredibly bad idea. These guys have some very unique skills that no one else in the U.S. military has. To lose that ability will come back to bite us. The Special Forces were created for good reasons, and those factors have only increased in the last 55 years.

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A History Lesson

As Woody said on Cheers, “Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it. English and math too.”

History of the Ignorant

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What Time Is It?

Half past Mohammed?  It is not finger poppin’ time, it is Mecca facing time (MFT).

Yeah…. Right….

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The Return of SLAPSHOT, With A WTFreak? Link

Good golly, Children’s Hospital Boston is giving drugs to children to delay puberty so the children can decide whether they want a male or female body. What rough beast slouched into this hospital distributing this as a good idea? Children are going to decide what sex they want to be? This is an obvious GOOD IDEA, because children, as we know, have vast amounts of experience and huge intellects which, especially the ones approaching puberty, are not encumbered by hormones and such.

To quote Hudson, “Why don’t you put her in charge?”

Or should that have been “put him/her in charge?” Mr. Fu knew that age qualification for President was some kind of anti-youth scam!

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Chuck Berry Finally Comes Clean

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And why has he not sent any good Fu-fodder since the last Absolut incident?  But he is more deadly now, so be careful!  Congratulations to SLAPSHOT on his recent deadliness increase.  Level up!  Obviously he is too busy at the gym to hunt down juicy material on the Internet.

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A facility for quotation covers the absence of original thought.
Dorothy L. Sayers

But Mr. Fu though it was an serviceable substitute for wit.  A man should be able to trust his Maugham.

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The Scourge of DVDs

The threat to your Video Home Entertainment System!  See how there is a better, more innocent technology that is as American as apple pie.  (Linked from the accursed time wasters at Retro Thing)

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Another Time Waster

As if Fail Blog was not enough, now comes Retro Thing.

Retro Thing points to how to build your on ZX80 computer, if you lack a job, hobbies, friends, and family.

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Funny, And Sometimes Disturbing

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Cats and Engineers, A Natural Combination

Cat aspect ratios, corporal cuddling, cat yodeling, and cat static electricity, a video overview of cats from an engineering perspective:

Next Mr. Fu hopes to see their work on cats with buttered toast strapped to their backs.

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Just When You Thought She Crawled Back Into Her Hole

Former Deputy Attorney General Jamie Gorelick, famous for her firewalling intelligence between the FBI and the CIA during the Clinton Administration and as a member of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States, shows up as the lead counsel for Duke fighting the suit brought by the wrongfully accused Duke lacrosse players. And surprise, she is just making shit up as she goes, again:

On February 20, the day before this action was filed, Plaintiffs’ media advisor, Robert H. Bork, Jr., of Bork Communication Group LLC, issued a media alert informing the press that a press conference would be held the following day to announce the filing of the suit. Later that day, lead counsel for Duke, Jamie Gorelick, sent an email message to lead counsel for Plaintiffs, Charles J. Cooper, advising: “[A]ccording to our local counsel, the judges of the Middle District of North Carolina have a very strict practice forbidding lawyers from discussing their litigation with the press. I assume that your local counsel has advised you on this.” See Duke Mot., Exh. 3. Given that neither of Plaintiffs’ local counsel, both of whom are experienced North Carolina practitioners, were aware of any such practice, counsel for Plaintiffs made inquiry of other experienced litigators in this Court, including one who has an unparalleled personal familiarity with the practices and policies of the judges of the Middle District of North Carolina. None of the experienced practitioners contacted by counsel for Plaintiffs were aware of the existence of any such local practice in civil litigation, and in fact they denied the existence of any such practice. To be sure, these local practitioners confirmed the general applicability of the restrictions on extrajudicial attorney speech of Rule 3.6 of the North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct, but counsel for Plaintiffs were quite familiar, of course, with Rule 3.6, and they had no intention, of course, of violating it in any way.

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