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klystriig 14 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 26, 2015 12:10 PM Member since: Jan 26, 2012
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  • Reply to

    MSFT should buy Blackberry

    by fukarwechief Jul 20, 2015 8:19 AM
    klystriig klystriig Aug 26, 2015 12:10 PM Flag

    Buffoon. This slowly dying micro-Nortel is now down to $6.66
    Again. And, oops, now even lower

  • Reply to

    Yeah, Obama did tech Constitutional Law

    by sjodreygil Aug 20, 2015 9:03 AM
    klystriig klystriig Aug 20, 2015 2:35 PM Flag

    "doesn't make me a professor even if some spinning idiots thought of me as one"

    You seriously said that?
    After decades of your daydreaming loving posts about yourself, you now daydream others daydream about you?

    and you call Obama the narcissist.

  • Reply to

    Poor obama need to get ome rest

    by agolferbogie10 Aug 18, 2015 5:17 PM
    klystriig klystriig Aug 18, 2015 6:24 PM Flag

    You are a lying piece of #$%$. Just because you cruise along on your Medicare does not mean others don't matter. And 17 Million have gained insurance.

    "Last December, the administration announced that Obamacare programs to improve hospital safety have resulted in 50,000 fewer preventable deaths since 2010. Because good news on Obamacare travels very slowly, the report didn't get a lot of attention. Not until President Obama included that news in his speech marking the fifth anniversary of Obamacare's signing. That warranted enough attention for the Washington Post's fact checker to get around to fact checking, and it turns out that, yeah, it's true, and in fact, might be actually understated."

  • Reply to

    Trump still a birther

    by whatsupwlththat Aug 18, 2015 10:20 AM
    klystriig klystriig Aug 18, 2015 11:12 AM Flag

    Trump is the Hawcreek of the Republican candidates

  • klystriig klystriig Aug 14, 2015 2:25 PM Flag

    Republican SOP.

    1898, the Navy let a coal fire get out of control and blew up the battleship Maine.
    In Cuba.

    So naturally, Republican president McKinley...invades the Philippines.

  • Reply to

    Bernie was wrong when he said this.

    by mysterious_poster May 31, 2015 2:24 PM
    klystriig klystriig Aug 13, 2015 8:08 PM Flag

    "I am convinced there is only one way to eliminate these grave evils, namely through the establishment of a socialist economy, accompanied by an educational system which would be oriented toward social goals. In such an economy, the means of production are owned by society itself and are utilized in a planned fashion. A planned economy, which adjusts production to the needs of the community, would distribute the work to be done among all those able to work and would guarantee a livelihood to every man, woman, and child. The education of the individual, in addition to promoting his own innate abilities, would attempt to develop in him a sense of responsibility for his fellow men in place of the glorification of power and success in our present society."

    - Albert Einstein

  • Reply to

    WMD's found yet? Anybody?

    by celtic70737 Aug 10, 2015 12:37 PM
    klystriig klystriig Aug 10, 2015 5:32 PM Flag

    in trillions...
    " It was $10.626 trillion on President Bush's last day in office, which coincided with President Obama's first day."

    10.6 is larger than half of 18.

    22 has been added to household wealth, so we are at least 4 ahead.

  • Reply to

    Paid bashers are working hard these days

    by trungkimthu Aug 5, 2015 4:42 PM
    klystriig klystriig Aug 6, 2015 2:38 PM Flag

    Is this good?

    "Americans are still waiting for a resolution to the controversy that erupted when it was discovered that the National Security Agency was spying on everyone’s telephones – lawsuits still are pending and Congress is working on making changes to the law.

    Now they’re learning that while the NSA was collecting telephone data, the newest version of the ubiquitous Windows software, version 10, is watching everything that’s on their computer.

    “From the moment an account is created, Microsoft begins watching. The company saves customers’ basic information – name, contact details, passwords, demographic data and credit card specifics,” explains a new report from the online Newsweek.

    “But it also digs a bit deeper,” the report says.

    “Other information Microsoft saves includes Bing search queries and conversations with the new digital personal assistant Cortana; contents of private communications such as email; websites and apps visited (including features accessed and length of time used); and contents of private folders,” the warning explains.

    “Furthermore, ‘your typed and handwritten words’ are collected.’”

  • klystriig klystriig Aug 6, 2015 2:31 PM Flag

    Either you lie, or you know more than IBM:

    "In March 2012, version 3.3 of the Linux kernel was released (followed in by version 3.4 in May). In addition to a plethora of small features and bug fixes, several important changes have arrived with these releases, including the merging of the Google Android project; merging of the Open vSwitch; several networking improvements (including the teaming network device); and a variety of file system, memory management, and virtualization updates."

    And ZDNet:
    "Android has always been Linux, but for years the Android project went its own way and its code wasn't merged back into the main Linux tree. Now, much sooner than Linus Torvalds, Linux's founder and lead developer, had expected, Android has officially merged back into Linux's mainline.

    The fork between Android and Linux all began in the fall of 2010, "Google engineer Patrick Brady stated that Android is not Linux" That was never actually the case. Android has always been Linux at heart. "

    And Cnet:
    " Linux and Android are two closely linked open-source projects, but they've been as notable for how distant they are from each other--until yesterday.

    That's when Linus Torvalds, leader of the Linux kernel project, released a version of the operating system core that bridges between the two worlds. Version 3.3 of the Linux kernel is the beginning of the end of isolation between these two projects. "

    P.S. -
    We really did land on the moon.

  • klystriig klystriig Jul 23, 2015 3:34 PM Flag

    The appropriate name for Merkey is Heemaneh

  • I remember when the banking crowd moved in on internet growth. Watched it, very depressed. Started selling piles of hype. Today it is the US economy, actual earnings. The way things are supposed to be. Of course those outraged at the level of melanin in the White house will insist it must be horrible.

    They should die off in less than a generation now, so there is that.

    " The Nasdaq 100 hit its highest level since the tech bubble in March 2000, with Netflix, eBay, Stericycle and Micron jumping nearly 3 percent or more. The Nasdaq Composite surpassed its tech bubble high earlier this year.

    "I think earnings continue to be the swing factor," said Terry Sandven, chief equity strategist at U.S.Bank Wealth Management. "I know it's early but I sense that the delta is to the upside." "

  • klystriig klystriig Jul 14, 2015 4:19 PM Flag

    So, you despise talk of spreading the wealth....I suppose you believe that money is going into the wrong pockets.

    Since Obama has profited American pockets by $35.5T since Q1-2009, then on average every American has gained about $1M. Since you complain, you must have gained much more than that average. Congratulations. I'm not complaining myself.

  • Reply to

    What happened to Benghazi? Focus is on Clinton

    by cyberooze Jul 14, 2015 9:44 AM
    klystriig klystriig Jul 14, 2015 2:37 PM Flag

    Just more from the clown circus.

    "WASHINGTON (AP) — Members of Congress who are demanding Hillary Rodham Clinton’s emails are largely exempt from such scrutiny themselves.

    Congress makes its own rules, and has never subjected itself to open records laws that force agencies such as the State Department to maintain records and turn them over to the public when asked.

    There’s also no requirement for members of Congress to use official email accounts, or to retain, archive or store their emails, while in office or after. That’s in contrast to the White House and the rest of the executive branch. Official emails there are supposed to be retained, though the controversy over Clinton’s use of a personal email account while secretary of state has exposed vague and inconsistent requirements from one agency to another.

    But if the rules at federal agencies are unclear, at least there are rules. On Capitol Hill, there are almost none. That means that the same House Republicans who are subpoenaing Clinton’s emails as part of their inquiry into the Benghazi, Libya, attacks are not required to retain emails of their own for future inspection by anyone."

    “Members of Congress can burn everything when they’re finished if they want,” said John Wonderlich, policy director at the Sunlight Foundation, which advocates for government transparency. “They have discretion.”

  • klystriig klystriig Jul 10, 2015 2:23 PM Flag

    Only you are debunked. And totally without facts.

    From the factcheck site, this year:
    "Republicans say the average family health insurance premium has increased by $4,154 under President Obama. That’s right — and it’s a much slower rate of growth than under President George W. Bush. In fact, employer-sponsored premiums have been growing at moderate rates for the past few years.

    This is a prime example of what we call a “true, but” claim: an assertion that’s technically correct, but changes in meaning or significance once it’s put in context or fully explained.

    The Republican National Committee took to Twitter before Obama gave his State of the Union address to spread this statistic: “Under Obama, Average Family Premiums Have Increased $4,154.” Two days later, Rep. Barbara Comstock tweeted the same stat, and the RNC lists it, along with other premium numbers, in a State of the Union “fact check.”

    The average employer-sponsored family premium has gone up by $4,154 under Obama, from 2008, before he took office, to 2014, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation’s annual employer survey conducted with the Health Research & Educational Trust. The catch? That’s relatively slow growth for premiums. The RNC may cast it as bad news, but it’s an improvement compared with the growth in premiums before Obama took office.

    Under Bush, the average family premiums (including both what employers and employees pay) went up $4,677 in his last six years in office, from 2002 to 2008, an increase of 58 percent. That $4,154 growth under Obama is a 33 percent increase. If we look at Bush’s first six years, the discrepancy gets even bigger: From 2000, the year before Bush was first inaugurated, to 2006, the average family premium went up $5,042, or an increase of 78 percent. (See Exhibit 1.11 on page 31 of the KFF report for these numbers.)"

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