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In response to: Yarr

George W. Bush [Visitor]
If this is a top-15, you've definetely missed mininova.org and thepiratebay.org!
PermalinkPermalink 07/02/07 @ 00:28

In response to: Slouching towards...slouching

Paul [Visitor]
Jesus christ, I've been looking all over for you. Remember the IRC? Illuminati? It's me, man! Is it ok that I use this comment space as a venue to catch up? I can't find a link to your actual email anywhere on this thing. Thanks a lot. And your home page is on acid or something.

I live in NYC, btw the way. You still play the piano and have tons of sex?

Write back,
Paul
PermalinkPermalink 12/14/06 @ 12:19

In response to: The last bad habit ... that I want to give up

gloria [Visitor]
thanks.
PermalinkPermalink 09/11/06 @ 02:45

In response to: Some people would disagree with this

Bradster [Visitor]
We have the same arguments. The earth is warming in cycles. People are contributing. But the earth is warming anyway. repeat. often.
PermalinkPermalink 07/29/06 @ 12:56

In response to: Origin of traffic sign design

sammy [Visitor]
Dude, Thats soooo kooool about the road signs and The Treasury Dept. --Rt66 all the way to Cali, see ya threre ;^)
PermalinkPermalink 04/22/06 @ 22:24

In response to: Haikus

molly [Visitor]
p.s. you don't have a very work-friendly website.. with all the animated gifs. ;)
PermalinkPermalink 12/07/05 @ 17:23

In response to: Haikus

molly [Visitor]
how technical/mathematical of you :p

in focusing on the specs, you missed the most important part. there's no imagery of nature.. no imagery whatsoever, really.

are you trying to say that you have something against poetry?
PermalinkPermalink 12/07/05 @ 17:22

In response to: I most heartily agree

Dave [Visitor]
Permissive. Unless you're getting an abortion or want to move here from Mexico. That shit's WRONG man! =]
PermalinkPermalink 11/24/05 @ 10:22

In response to: I most heartily agree

jkister [Visitor]
You are a

Social Liberal
(63% permissive)


and an...

Economic Conservative
(76% permissive)


You are best described as a:


Libertarian


You exhibit a very well-developed sense of Right and Wrong and believe in economic fairness. loc:
PermalinkPermalink 11/22/05 @ 04:17

In response to: Political Leanings

david [Visitor]
The guy in the middle is Ted Nugent
PermalinkPermalink 11/21/05 @ 23:49

In response to: A movie to put on the list

smoon [Visitor]
It must be a guy thing.
PermalinkPermalink 12/21/04 @ 22:45

In response to: Setting library search paths in Unix

dave [Visitor]
If you're using the correct version of solaris, you can eliminate ld_library_path this way:

to make /usr/local/lib a standard library path:

crle -c /var/ld/ld.config -l /usr/lib:/usr/lib/secure:/usr/local/lib [enter]
PermalinkPermalink 12/17/04 @ 15:37

In response to: Tripwire

dave [Visitor]
actually it's:

twprint -m r --twrfile /usr/local/lib/tripwire/report/.twr
PermalinkPermalink 12/17/04 @ 13:21

In response to: setting up djb

dave [Visitor]
PermalinkPermalink 12/16/04 @ 00:02

In response to: Why the facts don't matter to the Republicans (or to the Democrats)

Angry Joe [Visitor]
Blah Blah Stupid Democrats Stupid Republicans.
Vote Libertarian you ninnie sheeps of the fascist teat of america!
PermalinkPermalink 11/16/04 @ 08:46

In response to: The Talking Cure

david [Visitor]
http://www.usyd.edu.au/hps/staff/hans/HPSC3010/3010.html

history of psychiatry
PermalinkPermalink 08/14/04 @ 13:03

In response to: Builtin Security for Solaris

dave [Visitor]
audit -t shuts down the service
PermalinkPermalink 08/04/04 @ 08:00

In response to: Tripwire

David [Visitor]
And here's how to print a tripwire report:

twprint -m r --twrfile /var/lib/tripwire/report/.twr
PermalinkPermalink 07/31/04 @ 12:03

In response to: Those who know not and know not that they know not

suze [Visitor]
Absolutely!
PermalinkPermalink 06/22/04 @ 15:25

In response to: My Great Great Great Grandfather

Richard L. Edwards [Visitor]
My Father's name is Robert W. Edwards who was son of Robert L. Edwards who lived in Vineland. I was born in the UP and lived in Iron River untill college. We now live on the east coast. I would like to hear from you.

Sincerely,
Richard Edwards
office phone 410-822-8335, home 410-476-3861
PermalinkPermalink 06/13/04 @ 18:58

In response to: IP Filter 4.1.2

George Carey [Visitor]
thanks for cleaning up the makefile, worked like a champ
PermalinkPermalink 06/10/04 @ 00:59

In response to: How to live longer

DAvid [Visitor]
From the movie Casablanca:

Ugarte: You detest me, don't you?
Rick: If I gave you any thought, I probably would.
PermalinkPermalink 06/07/04 @ 22:07

In response to: Untie their hands? Watchoo talking about Robert Novak

Pfft [Visitor]
PFFT!
PermalinkPermalink 06/03/04 @ 10:13

In response to: How to live longer

Babba Booey [Visitor]
What silly things people do because they lack self confidence.


Write a blog?

Hide from achievement?

Censor the IP addresses of dissenters?

Your mercury argument is still bullshit.

Bush's proposal actually moves closer to a solution.

PermalinkPermalink 05/28/04 @ 18:13

In response to: Setting library search paths in Unix

dave [Visitor]
setting compiler flags prior to configure:

export LDFLAGS='-L/var/qmail/vpopmail/lib -L/usr/local/BerkeleyDB.4.1/lib'

export CPPFLAGS='-I/usr/local/BerkeleyDB.4.1/include -I/usr/local/ssl/include'

PermalinkPermalink 05/27/04 @ 14:15

In response to: Setting library search paths in Unix

dave [Visitor]
For Apache:

Libraries have been installed in:
/usr/local/apache2/lib

If you ever happen to want to link against installed libraries
in a given directory, LIBDIR, you must either use libtool, and
specify the full pathname of the library, or use the `-LLIBDIR'
flag during linking and do at least one of the following:
- add LIBDIR to the `LD_LIBRARY_PATH' environment variable
during execution
- use the `-RLIBDIR' linker flag

See any operating system documentation about shared libraries for
more information, such as the ld(1) and ld.so(8) manual pages.
PermalinkPermalink 05/26/04 @ 01:43

In response to: It's Madison Time!!!1!

Tater [Visitor]
But what the hell is he talking about?
PermalinkPermalink 05/15/04 @ 14:20

In response to: It's Madison Time!!!1!

Jakebert [Visitor]
I'm pretty sure this tune was featured in John Waters' retroflick, Hairspray.
PermalinkPermalink 05/15/04 @ 12:05

In response to: Flowpoint

David [Visitor]
More information:

ATA 186

192.168.254.12

MAC:
0x01 0x00 0x0b 0x46 0xE8 0x9C 0x24
DECIMAL:
1 0 11 70 232 156 36


ATA186-H6.0|V3.1.0|B040211A

PermalinkPermalink 05/10/04 @ 23:24

In response to: The most beautiful woman in the world

just another outlaw [Visitor]
fascinating! like her line: "Any girl can be glamorous," Lamarr once said. "All you have to do is stand still and look stupid."
PermalinkPermalink 05/05/04 @ 10:55

In response to: Happy Tax Day

ekvin [Visitor]
I got them with 12 hours to spare, and only $450 coming my way... you see that? If I had followed suze's lead, I would have DOUBLED my return!
PermalinkPermalink 04/15/04 @ 13:50

In response to: Foreign influence (?) in the courts

suze [Visitor]
but we do reference foreign courts already
PermalinkPermalink 04/15/04 @ 13:44

In response to: Happy Tax Day

suze [Visitor]
gotta em in with 14 hours to spare!! and a 900$ check comin my way.
PermalinkPermalink 04/15/04 @ 13:39

In response to: Administration's response to Clarke

TheJakebert [Visitor]
According to a new report, President Bush's official campaign is selling clothing made in Burma - a country whose goods Bush banned for sale in the U.S. because of their awful human rights, narcotics and sex trafficking record. According to Newsday, "the merchandise sold on www.georgewbushstore.com includes a $49.95 fleece pullover, embroidered with the Bush-Cheney '04 logo and bearing a label stating it was made in Burma, now Myanmar."1

Howard Stern: Sure you hate him but you gotta love him
PermalinkPermalink 03/23/04 @ 19:51

In response to: Flowpoint

David [Visitor]
More information for working with DHCP on the Flowpoint:

To set an IP to a particular machine, convert the MAC address to decimel and add a "1" in the front.

So, 00:00:86:53:d6:cf becomes:

1 0 0 134 83 214 207

Then -- do this:

dhcp set valueoption ip.ip.ip.ip 61 1 0 0 134 83 214 207
save all

Also -- the first enabled IP will go. to disable an IP that's not desired but is being chosen by the machine, type: dhcp disable ip.ip.ip.ip
PermalinkPermalink 03/21/04 @ 22:58

In response to: More on RPC (remote scripting) with Javascript and Iframes

jason [Visitor]
that's cool
I think i can use this in my online spreadsheet
PermalinkPermalink 03/10/04 @ 10:55

In response to: Apache error

David [Visitor]
One more detail:

In Solaris 8 you might also have to enable ipv6. This is accomplished by:

touch /etc/hostname6.hme0
reboot
PermalinkPermalink 03/10/04 @ 00:30

In response to: Energy Policy versus Environmental Policy

David [Visitor]
Oops -- did I say 5 years that the Bush administration proposed pushing back mercury regulation -- I meant 11. The bush admin has proposed delaying mercury regulation from 2007 to 2018.

Please don't even TRY to suggest that the Bush administration pushes environmental policies, because it's simply not the case. That'd be almost as silly as suggesting that Sen. Joseph McCarthy was a reasonable person. Oh wait...
PermalinkPermalink 03/08/04 @ 23:06

In response to: Energy Policy versus Environmental Policy

David [Visitor]
The Bush Administration did not propose the mercury standards. It proposed gutting them. They were due to kick in at 2007. The Bush admin has pushed that back 5 years. The end result is several more million metric tons of mercury. How do I know? Besides the ny times, which reported it correctly, I spoke with my Aunt and Brother, both environmental engineers.

As for mortality rates -- we'll leave it to the actuaries to determine the levels of increased morbidity and mortality. But it's just a matter of degree. Mercury and radiation are both poisons. Make sure you don't feed your new baby any tuna -- too much mercury.

And as for the NY Times, I dunno, Ed. Perhaps you should stick with something else not so complicated. :-)
PermalinkPermalink 03/08/04 @ 22:27

In response to: Energy Policy versus Environmental Policy

Ed [Visitor]
If the "energy interests" had truly won, there would be new Nuke plants being constructed...much higher margin.

Reducing the limits on mercury emissions (if that's really what happened) is not a victory for the "energy interests."

BTW...there is NO comparison between mercury and exposing mass numbers of people to radiation.

Incidentally, the Mercury emission limits were propsed BY the Bush administration...for the first time ever. The proposed limit was lowered because there is no known technology available to reduce it to the level Bush wanted.

Again David, you've been had because you trust the Times for your "facts."
PermalinkPermalink 03/07/04 @ 18:21

In response to: Higgledy Piggledy

David [Visitor]
There are tons of higgledy piggledy sites. I'm not familiar with any more Beethoven ones other than the one you've mentioned.
PermalinkPermalink 03/05/04 @ 22:53

In response to: Higgledy Piggledy

Carolyn [Visitor]
I am looking for the source of a poem similar to this that I learned way back in the 1960s from an article in Life magazine. As I recall, there were other versions too. The one I remember was:
Higgledy-piggledy Ludwig van Beethoven
Scornful of cheer and of hearing forlorn
Spitefully hissing sat writing unplayable
Pianiss-iss-imo notes for the horn.
Any help you might have would be appreciated
PermalinkPermalink 01/22/04 @ 02:05

In response to: Now this is good and scary

ed [Visitor]
Frank,

I agree...if the facts are true what happened is horrible.

Most of the sources I've found have contradictory information.

By assuming the US govt is guilty without knowing the facts, you are guilty of which you accuse.

All you have are assumptions you make and hearsay.
PermalinkPermalink 01/19/04 @ 08:46

In response to: Now this is good and scary

frank [Visitor]
Let's assume then, that 1) the Canadians DID give him that information 2) he DID draft-doge, 3) Syria DIDN'T torture him.

Now. What the HELL is the US doing sending someone who 1) isn't wanted in US 2) has valid canadian passport to syria where it's known that they DO torture people? What was the US expecting to happen? And lastly, since when does the US routinely send anyone to axis-of-evil countries with no extradition treaties, especially for something as dubious as draft dodging. And if he WAS guilty of draft dodging, why wasn't he charged, and convicted based on that account? Is 10 months the penalty for draft dodging in Syria? Is Canada tracking draft dodgers for Syria? Based on reasonable knowledge of what goes on in Syria, it is simply inexcusable that the US did what it did. It used to be innocent before proven guilty (including persons of Arab descent.
PermalinkPermalink 01/16/04 @ 20:55

In response to: Now this is good and scary

ed [Visitor]
David,

IF true...this is horrible. I did a quick search this morning and it appears the "facts" are a bit muddy. Some interesting data points:

1. He was arrested based in part on info given to the US by the Canadian govt. http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/wp-dyn?pagename=article&node=&contentId=A63365-2003Nov19&notFound=true

2. He was wanted in Syria for draft dodging.

3. Syria is denying the torture.

PermalinkPermalink 01/15/04 @ 08:29

In response to: You can already see the seeds

Jinxx [Visitor]
young David, resplendent in his cutoff jeans and muscle shirt, lean, powerful, tall, every girls dream, wrenching on his motorcycle(symbol of virility and independence)
PermalinkPermalink 01/13/04 @ 00:00

In response to: Apache error

David [Visitor]
well, by damn, that did work -- shows where RTFM will get you
PermalinkPermalink 01/08/04 @ 08:52

In response to: Take this McJob and...

ed [Visitor]
Yes...I read your blogs...not sure why, but I find them interesting at times...sorta like looking at a car accident. I was responding to your parenthetic not your definition.
PermalinkPermalink 12/10/03 @ 21:06

In response to: Apache error

John Harrison [Visitor]
I saw what you wrote here and tried adding this to the bottom of /etc/hosts instead:

# The following lines are desirable for IPv6 capable hosts
# (added automatically by netbase upgrade)

::1 ip6-localhost ip6-loopback
fe00::0 ip6-localnet
ff00::0 ip6-mcastprefix
ff02::1 ip6-allnodes
ff02::2 ip6-allrouters
ff02::3 ip6-allhosts

That fixed it too, and was a lot quicker and easier than recompiling apache... :o)

If you look at: http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.0/new_features_2_0.html
it says:
IPv6 Support
On systems where IPv6 is supported by the underlying Apache Portable Runtime library, Apache gets IPv6 listening sockets by default. Additionally, the Listen, NameVirtualHost, and VirtualHost directives support IPv6 numeric address strings (e.g., "Listen [fe80::1]:8080").

So I would say by the looks of it that Apache is trying to bind to localhost via IPv6 - and can't resolve it, once you tell it where to connect to it's happy :o)

Very cool blog BTW :o)
PermalinkPermalink 12/09/03 @ 13:32

In response to: Take this McJob and...

david [Visitor]
I found myself touched, realizing such an esteemed audience continues to read my blog. Feelings of honor aside, I do need to point out to my audience that he made a mistake: the definition of McJob doesn't mention anything about a person in a McJob, although one could reasonably infer that someone who remains in a McJob is satisfied with the level of the job. So this implies another kind of character from someone who leaves a McJob.

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