Whats with people who expect privacy in a public place? If you're on a cell phone in public please keep in mind that other people are around and can note everything you say. I've heard a man give his social security number to someone (idiot) while in line at Target, another giving graphic details of her masectomy, and another lady telling her girlfriend about cheating on h
Due to Facebook's shady policies on privacy I am joining others in canceling my account on May 31st. What vexes me is all the people who belly ache about how awful Facebook is, but will continue using the service anyway. I'm showing my displeasure by telling Mark Zuckerman to shove his service right up his anal cavity!
It kills me when you join a nationally syndicated survey site that wants your undying loyalty and honesty when answering a bunch of stupid questions for multimillion dollar companies who pay them a pretty penny to hear your opinion and then when you reach your cash out threshold and request your money it takes another fifty years to get it.
A most amusing event recently, the UN announced that now they have some evidence that Iran might be trying to develop a nuclear weapon. And this was considered to be pretty big news. Of course, we on the Right have been talking about this since about 2002.
I have spent the last couple of days ay the TED conference away from the hurly burly of the political world discussing and listening to speeches about innovation. The sound bite was: We need innovation and we need speed and greed for good as opposed to the approach that Greed is good.