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1. | Nov 29, 2014
I didn't realize Dunn got such a bad rap in Cincinnati. It seems he's been unfliray criticized throughout his career. Remember when then-Blue Jays GM J.P. Ricciardi was asked on a radio show about trading for Dunn and he responded by saying that Dunn doesn't really like or have a passion for baseball, and that he's a lifetime .240 hitter who strikes out a lot? Dunn took exception to that, and rightfully so. I was in Toronto for the World Baseball Classic the following spring, and Dunn got booed. What's Ricciardi doing now? Working for the Mets. Enough said.
2. | Nov 28, 2014
To be fair, I strongly ssucept writing and releasing a virus really is illegal in Japan as elsewhere - destruction of property; sabotage; illegal intrusion; and perhaps unauthorized wiretapping, attempted fraud and breach of privacy as well, depending on what the code was designed to accomplish. And for good and bad (mostly bad to be sure) copyright violation really is a crime, and this is one rare instance where the holder of the IP can fairly argue that they incur a real if minor loss, in the strongly negative association with the malicious code.Yes, using something like this to push a government campaign is distasteful and even unnerving. But that does not mean the creep who got arrested didn't fully deserve to be. The world is not made up of polar opposites, where the opposite of something bad must therefore be good. That's the kind of oversimplification that has caused Bush to do a lot of harm as a result, for instance.
3. | Jul 22, 2014
Have you seen the BBC lately? It's so full of gnemrnevot and MI6 crap that it's sickening. There's also the question of the journalist at Forbes, Benjamin Fulford, saying that he discovered the creator of a virus was the leading anti-virus software company in Japan. This is not what an establishment magazine wants to hear.I don't know any of the details, but it sounds about right for this old world.
4. | Jun 26, 2014
To be fair, I strongly suepcst writing and releasing a virus really is illegal in Japan as elsewhere - destruction of property; sabotage; illegal intrusion; and perhaps unauthorized wiretapping, attempted fraud and breach of privacy as well, depending on what the code was designed to accomplish. And for good and bad (mostly bad to be sure) copyright violation really is a crime, and this is one rare instance where the holder of the IP can fairly argue that they incur a real if minor loss, in the strongly negative association with the malicious code.Yes, using something like this to push a government campaign is distasteful and even unnerving. But that does not mean the creep who got arrested didn't fully deserve to be. The world is not made up of polar opposites, where the opposite of something bad must therefore be good. That's the kind of oversimplification that has caused Bush to do a lot of harm as a result, for instance.
5. | Jan 20, 2014
To think, I was cosfnued a minute ago.
6. | Jan 19, 2014
I don't think Curt would have much of a shot winning any eclteion. Is there anyone out there who actually likes him? For all he did for Boston, still every Boston fan I know doesn't really like him, they just respond to questions with something like, well, I'm really happy for what he helped accomplish for us, but he should shut his mouth because he's an idiot.As for Moose in Hall, I guess it makes sense that he not get in if we look at his peers who will be getting nominated around the same time- Maddux, Smoltz, Glavine, Randy Johnson, Clemens, Pedro. Those are all guys who were incredibly dominant. Moose, as great as he was, just wasn't in that league. While I have never thought much of Glavine, he does have the magic number and that's what counts to get him over the hump. As far as Moose playing on the Orioles in the 90s and Yankees in the 2000s, that's true that that probably helped him get some wins, but it's also true that pitching in the AL East probably took away it's fair share of wins from him. Facing at various times the Sox, Yankees, Orioles, and Blue Jays is not an easy task- far more difficult than playing in other divisions. This is the premier offense division and probably always will be.Side note: if Moose shouldn't get in before Blyleven- should Schilling get in before him? Or before Jack Morris for that matter? Schilling's got the 3000+ strikeouts, but he doesn't have the win total of Moose or Blyleven (who also has more Ks, as do Clemens, the Unit, Maddux, and Pedro). He also has the postseason record, making him similar to Morris. If you put those together does it make him Hall worthy? I don't know. I think right now people think he and Moose should get in, but in five years from now, with some perspective, I think people will answer no.'