that was your reflection in the toilet bowl.
i'd advise you to stand further back but then, like all short horns, you'd just "pee pee" on your feet and/or the floor.
only because toe jam is more accurate and more important than wally or his alleged opinion.
oh, you needed a sarcasm tag in order to understand that? (-;
closing the border is as stupid as putting a 45% tariff on goods from china. it will hurt us more than it will the mexicans or the chinese.
it's only a stupid question because it gives credence to a stupid idea.
that would be great! no food coming in would raise grocery prices. we really need that!
you are not following him at all.
sb == steve ballmer, not shorefish boot.
"T9000 Backdoor Malware Targets Skype Users, Records Conversations"
"The trojan, named T9000, is an evolution of an older backdoor called T5000, spotted in the wild in 2013 and 2014 targeting human rights activists, the automotive industry, and governments in the Asia-Pacific region.
This time around, Palo Alto Networks researchers say T9000 has been spotted inside spear phishing emails received by US organizations, but that it is versatile enough to be used against any target the attacker wants to compromise.
The malware is infecting computers via malicious RTF files that exploit the CVE-2012-1856 and CVE-2015-1641 vulnerabilities to get a foothold on the user's PC."
an active x control vulnerability from 4 years ago and an ms word bug from last year and the chinese criminal gangs can record all your conversations and steal any of your files they want. another example of using more than one old vulnerability to crack the o.s. seems to be a trend. X-D
how many machines do you think have had skype pushed to them? whether they wanted it or not? surely not 3 billion ...
that is true only if you are "All the Muslims".
you can't tell me "what" because you don't know "what", as your flapping fingers robustly demonstrate. (-;
did you think i was a corporation? X-D
did you think that article one which establishes the houses of congress as legislative bodies has _anything_ to do with privacy? X-D X-D X-D
do you still? X-D X-D X-D
you could make better use of your time by exposing more of your ignorance ...
... and then listening when people point it out.
never give down -- cuz you don't know what up is.
that's not what article one specifies at all.
and it only applies to the government, not to what private corporations do.
you should go occupy a bird sanctuary ...
the fact that you can't tell is isignifictant here. X-D
first clue -- he didn't say "Why do you think, dumb#$%$?" that's a completely different question. you responded as if he was calling you that name and not asking why you "think dumb #$%$".
so, the correct question isn't "Who is the dumb #$%$?" it is, 'what is the "dumb #$%$?"' [that i think] and the answer is, as always, the stuff you post here.
now get busy, there's a new set of goal posts to be moved!
they already have a social web site. do you think they will do better by buying someone else's?
shooting the messenger may seem like it is a great idea until you wake up and realize he was on your side. X-D
are you touting the benefits of being skinny and disingenuous?
yeah, he's obviously wrong when, in the same article, he says:
"So where does that leave Windows Phone users, and where should they go? iOS or Android?
The truth is that it doesn't really matter, because whichever path you choose gives you access to a whole raft of Microsoft tools and services (no, iOS and Android don't restrict you to using Apple or Google services). Office, OneDrive, Skype, along with a whole array of MSN services, are accessible for both iOS and Android. And Microsoft is adding to this all the time, its latest acquisition being SwiftKey (which, ironically, was never available for Windows Phone). I've used many of these apps, and Microsoft has done a wonderful job of bringing its products and services to the Apple and Google ecosystems. The Office suite of apps is particularly respectable, and beats pretty much everything else on offer for either iOS or Android."
good to see you are no longer fooled by the reorgs and things like the relabeling of lots of cloud accounts from promotional offers to revenue even though the account holders have not changed the way they use those accounts. that will have to be covered up [again] down the road.
looks like your prediction about the market being more objective was correct but that the results were the opposite of what you expected.
adrian kingsley-hughes article here:
"The question every Windows Phone owner needs to ask: "Do I switch to Android or iOS?"
true-black screen, machined polymer body, zeiss optics, microsd slot; they should sell like hotcakes.