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Choctaw 1 point ago +1 / -0

iirc, there can be up to $500K involved to train a single SEAL through BUDS and then combat training, then its quite a lot to maintain them throughout their time while serving. This dipwad expects them to pay that back? I highly doubt there is anyway to enforce this.

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Choctaw 0 points ago +1 / -1

sleeper accounts are not worth talking to

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Choctaw 3 points ago +3 / -0

@ u/Bedminster Hah, I was thinking that same exact thing when I was reading that, glad others are too!!

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Choctaw 3 points ago +3 / -0

we just have toxic masculinity, apparently that is bad enough

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Choctaw 3 points ago +3 / -0

She has a good youtube channel, she's rather funny and insightful at times

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Choctaw 3 points ago +3 / -0

LW took a swipe at her on Telegram last week.

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Choctaw 12 points ago +12 / -0

Don't forget property tax, that is an insidious way to steal property from the rightful homeowner/landowner

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Choctaw -1 points ago +1 / -2

Soo many sleeper accounts in one thread.....amazing. I've read the read paper twice, I am not seeing anything out of the ordinary aside from having Shadegg as the special master. Unless someone wants to point out what the issue is.

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Choctaw 5 points ago +5 / -0

They use the same logic as the fake meat with the "blood" they use to make the fake meat bleed like real meat, there are fetal cells in that but not enough to trigger an FDA warning. In other words they have a quantified number of cells that split the difference between "this amount counts and this amount doesn't"

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Choctaw 6 points ago +6 / -0

@ u/JonathanE Well now, this is twice today I find myself agreeing with you

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Choctaw 4 points ago +4 / -0

You can accomplish that by reading lefty blogs, lefty news sources, lefty books, lefty interviews on their media outlets. Going to reddit is casting pearls before swine, there is no need to try and have a discussion with the "top minds".

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Choctaw 6 points ago +6 / -0

I agree that this was a white hat operation. The BGP affected DNS which is why we can't open the security door locks.....really?? who runs internal DNS exposed to the world?? What company doesn't run their own internal DNS, and infrastructure? Also based on reports I've heard, not every place had doors that locked people out, it seems as though that was here in the US. BGP isn't something that is adjusted manually all the time, once it it set, you tend to leave it alone. It would be like changing your phone number, you change that and no one can get ahold of you.

@ u/JonathanE Your initial post was spot on. I will add one thing, piss on change request groups made of non-technical people, talk about holding up fixes, upgrades, and replacements....argh.

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Choctaw 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don't buy the "explnation" of the redditor, the post came across more like a contrived explanation that sounds right to non-IT people. EVERY place I have worked it, including smaller places had some sort of out of band network to connect to hardware on the IP network in the event something happened. I find the credibility highly dubious to be quite honest. For example, a financial place I worked for, every single network engineer had access to the routers/switches in the data center. If FB has segregation where network engineers require a sysadmin to unlock the access to hardware, there is something more going on to require that level of security. Getting past the man trap, pin keypad, and retina scan is one thing, it's not like you haven't been logged 3 times in 3 places getting into the data center, requiring a baby sitter to access routers is a whole different level of paranoid.

Also before anyone says the BGP messed up the DNS that is why the doors/security didn't work. What happened to the the interior network DNS, you are going to tell me they didn't architect the external and internal separately?

I suspect in reality this was an announcement to FB and others. Keep eyes open.

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Choctaw 2 points ago +2 / -0

tempted to downvote for suggesting nano but I won't 🤣

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Choctaw 0 points ago +1 / -1

Something certainly doesn't add up about this story, it comes across as pure distraction. How is the whole continent going to follow what SA does, name one time that Egypt gave a rats ass about SA, or how about the oil floating countries of ghana and nigeria -- are they now going to not sell to china b/c of what SA does? When has morocco cared about white farmers being murdered in SA or zimbabwe? Do Somalis even know SA exists?

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