coComments by Creeva 02/12/08

February 12, 2008

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Beginner cheek puffing (www.trumpetherald.com)

Posted: 11 Feb 2008 02:14 PM CST

Creeva says:

I can say I still puff my cheeks a bit – after 16 years of playing – I think you need to address the problems this actually causes while playing more then the issue itself.

If it causes tonal or range issues or playing issues of any kind address it, if the player can work around it just fine I don’t see the problem

Canovas is an idiot (yro.slashdot.org)

Posted: 11 Feb 2008 01:15 PM CST

Creeva says:

Let’s start with his statement: “Once a man has become accustomed to child pornography or had sex with a 13-year-old, his perception of children changes,” Canovas says. “He begins to see them as sex objects instead of children.” This means that a man will always consider a woman a sex object. Why would their be a disconnect on how someone feels towards one thing they may have sex with but not another. AL so though the article states that most pedophiles develop later in life, following that same logic, what about underage teenagers that engage in sex? Do these individuals have a predisposition to be pedophiles? Everyone likes to build up the hype of pedophiles on the internet – but most studies support that it is more likely to come from a family member or someone the child knows in real life. Internet cases are still the exception and not the rule. While it is true the Internet may have found a “bonding” communal ground for these to people to meet, it’s no different then the e-mail chains or snail mail groups that operated in the past. Technology has always enabled communication and if there is something invented after the Internet, then that will be blamed for it during that time period. I’m sure, photography, the movie camera, the camcorder, and the VCR had their own vilification that they shared from this in their own time period.

TrueCrypt adds system drive encryption, OSX

port, Linux GUI (Digg)

Posted: 11 Feb 2008 10:37 AM CST

Creeva says:

Too bad Linux full disk encryption isn’t supported yet – and if you do use it thee is no way to read the drive or mount it later with a rescue CD if there is a reason the system can’t boot – I’ll wait on full disk encryption until it has a way for a rescue CD to read the data (requiring the password of course).

How Secure is YOUR wireless network (Digg)

Posted: 11 Feb 2008 10:33 AM CST

Creeva says:

buried – just an airsnort tutorial.

Flintstone’s Bike Exists ! [Pic] (Digg)

Posted: 11 Feb 2008 10:02 AM CST

Creeva says:

I wonder how much horse…er foot power those things have.

Bush’s Enemy #1: Dennis Kucinich (Digg)

Posted: 11 Feb 2008 10:00 AM CST

Creeva says:

Though I’m still a Ron Paul faithful regardless of the outcome – Kucinich held my interest the most on the democrat side since he proved you could still be in a party without having to tow the party line. If the following from the article is true Kucinich really is one of my heroes:

There is a report circulating the web that before the Nevada primary Kucinich was visited by representatives of Nancy Pelosi and the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the right wing Israeli lobby. They told him that if he would drop his campaigns to impeach Cheney and Bush, they would guarantee his re-election to the House of Representatives. Kucinich threw them out of his office.

The Rarest and Most Valuable Super Nintendo

Games (Digg)

Posted: 11 Feb 2008 09:56 AM CST

Creeva says:

I own Mario RPG, I think Dracula X, and maybe one more from that list.

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