Category Archives: Surveilance

What Good Is A Freakin’ Password If It’s Not Private?

Outside the street’s on fire in a real death waltz
Between flesh and what’s fantasy
And the poets down here don’t write nothing at all,
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The Revoltion Starts … Now

Under Bill C-51, this song could be considered illegal, banned from Canadian airwaves, and have Steve Earle put no the no-fly list, if he isn’t on it already for the drug conviction. P.S. if you’re into videos there a blue word … Continue reading

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Call For Posts For Which It Is Highly Unliky You Will Ever Get Paid

I started this blog back when I was on the street, in the Mission computer lab.  Well, not actually ON the street, but close enough.  It has always been a solo thing.  An episodic journal of life in the low … Continue reading

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16 Year-Old’s School Project Earns An A✚ — And A Visit From The FBI

This beautifully produced clip is from a video project that 16 year-old Jesse Hallman did for his high school American Government class.  Ironically, his documentary on the dangers of state interference and the suppression of democratic rights earned him a … Continue reading

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Maryland Cops Use Surveillance Cameras to Surveil … Surveillance Cameras

Apparently unfamiliar with the mathematical concept of exponential growth, nor aware of how pyramid schemes got the name, Maryland Sheriff, Major, Chief (or some other important Police thingy), Robert V. Liberati got pissed off at people beating up his traffic … Continue reading

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