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« Reply #50 on: 28/09/2010 17:48:37 »
It's a food truck in Seattle that specializes in pork. The license plate is actually "SOMEPIG".
 

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« Reply #51 on: 29/09/2010 20:27:12 »
Aha, a porc-upine then?
 

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« Reply #52 on: 29/09/2010 20:43:28 »
I'm bit surprised they actually let it on the roads. Can you imagine your reaction when you see it heading down the road in the opposite direction?

"WT* was that???!!!. Woops. Oh crap!"  Crash, tinkle, tinkle.

Here is its web site http://www.maximus-minimus.com/
 

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« Reply #53 on: 30/09/2010 02:52:23 »
::))

Can't but agree :)
 

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« Reply #54 on: 30/09/2010 10:04:50 »
this will probably lead to Martin weighing and telling me how unhealtly it is; but I really like the sound of their sandwiches as well.  You gotta love any food shop that has on its menu
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« Reply #55 on: 03/10/2010 15:54:39 »
:)

Anyone read about Wiki Leaks founder Julian Assange being suspected for 'rape'?

Come on, this is embarrassing to read for me as an 'informed citizen'. But worst of all, we in Sweden don't seem to get the right info? Had to go to outside Oh, is that so? to find out what it all was about.

But it was pretty clear seeing that he first was accused then freed from the accusations and then accused again that it was a weird case. So I've been thinking of checking it up but forgot all about it until today. What really stinks about it is that I'm sure most Swedes would more or less laugh about it if they knew, they would get a little pi*ed off with him, but no more than that. So he's been plain stupid, a Aussie Alpha Male believing his ingenious genes needed to save the world huh? :)

Aussie for sure :) but no worse than a lot of Swedish guys wanting sex on their terms, for whatever reason. Sh*.. Looking at this there's no rape involved. So why do the Judges here first free him and then take it up again. And considering that it seems that Wiki leaks Servers are situated in Sweden?

Why doesn't the Swedish public get to read the facts? Julian Assange calls it a 'smear campaign', and yeah, possibly it is. But to me, if so, it seems firstly to be directed against us Swedes by our own papers, no less, as we only get a lot of really bad journalism, without giving us the facts, creating really bad uninformed guesses from the public..

We recently had a case with a fourteen years old runaway from a fosterhome being used and reused by, what was it? Ten guys? There the newspapers had no problem with describing the facts, having a ball? But in this case? Our Swedish 'papers' won't??

Why, because they are 'protecting' him??
Give me a break, will'ya.. :)

This one stinks and that second judge refusing to make a case of it seems to have been correct. But then they restarted the case again? Making it look serious.. Calling it a 'rape' makes most horny young guys 'rapists' close to the edge too, especially while young and eager. :)

Never been without that **? Did that stop you? Really? A most conscientious decision, made I'm sure with considerable effort. But most young, and some older guys too, on the edge of that **? Well, do I have to spell it out? Maybe the girls were bought, maybe not? Maybe they just got pi**ed off? With all right I agree, but acting as they did they sure got themselves into a worse mess than they thought. Also it more reminds me more of the American way to solve a 'problem' by taking it all to court than the Swedish way. And from a conspiracy angle I would say that it's enough with one of the girls getting approached by some 'concerned friend' for this one to get blown up.

It's a strange one.

As for this "But with that openness comes also some fairly high expectations about how you handle yourself. Having worked in Sweden myself and knowing plenty of Swedes, I know that they would think Assange’s action to be extremely arrogant. People there rarely behave like Assange, and his alleged behaviour is quite frowned upon. "

Sure, but so would most people I think. It's not cool, and he's been plain stupid, and playing into the hands of those wanting to make the most of it too. As for no Swedes being able to do the same? BS* It can happen everywhere when the hormones gets on overdrive, and a lot of girls allows it too, although regretting their decision later..

Swedes are not worldwide champions on 'male morale', although we do respect our girls and try to act equal. So as a Swede..

Bad bad bad Julian.
But considering the way the papers treat this case?

Worse worse worse Papers ::))
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And as for "And incredibly, Assange has told a a Swedish newspaper that he was “losing confidence in the Swedish justice system” as a result of the investigation. This is the opposite of diplomatic – this is the very country that has shepherded him and his organisation with its long tradition of freedom of the press and where he is trying to obtain a residency permit."

Considering the choices made?
So do I..

Btw: " Assange refused an STD test asked by the women."

Wonder what the papers would have done of that, if he had agreed and those 'girls' had leaked it to the press? "WIKI LEAKS FOUNDER FORCED TO MAKE A STD TEST.. "I do not have STD says Wiki Leaks Founder"

:::)))

Ahh, gotta love it, if it really was a 'smear campaign' it would have worked any which way, especially considering the quality of journalism seen by the Swedish papers.. But I agree, he's not to smart. Doesn't mean that Wiki Leaks are stupid, or that his intentions are less than idealistic, just that he's as fallible as any of us. How did that saying go “He that is without sin among you, let him cast the first stone.." ?
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« Reply #56 on: 10/10/2010 13:01:25 »
Try this for a few pics that are art. http://www.binscorner.com/pages/s/spectacular-auto-parts-art-amazing.html

Even a picture of our dear Sheepie in there as well.....

 

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« Reply #57 on: 16/12/2010 02:16:21 »
Very nice Sean :)

Just looked at the net.

Julian Assange's Lawyer Stephens Says U.K., Not Sweden, Wanted Bail Appeal

And here is my view of it.

Okay been reading about Julian Assange in our Swedish papers. So what went wrong. Is he a rapist, and does that mean that the organization too is incriminated by his behaviour with the ladies?

1.   If he gets extradited to Sweden then possibly he can get extradited to USA too.


2.   Although not on the same charges. USA will then use diffuse formulations about leaking information threatening the internal security of their own, as well as their ’allied forces’.


3.   So tell me,  why should he trust Sweden? Under Olof Palme the country actually had ‘a own view’ making us remarkably unpopular in some places. But since his death, and the new ‘grey Bureaucracy’ took over, we have became a extremely bland Nation.


4.   The institutions making us seem ‘profiled’ and ‘democratic’ and making our own ‘democratic way’ were mostly created at that same time as we actually had our own views, not with our current right wing government, and that includes most that I know, from SIPRI  to ?? Take your pick there. And as far as our social democratic party goes? They know that they are ‘dead weight’ those days, and worst of all, somehow I think that they don’t care either?


5.   So, those two girls making the charges? Were they paid to do it? No, I don’t think so, but they both seem to embrace conservative values. ‘Law and order’, which makes them easy prey for people wanting to blow Julian out of the waters. Just think Palin, to see the kind of personal ideology I believe them to represent.

6.   So, is he a rapist? Well, according to what I know? He’s a truly incredibly thick-headed Aussie, bringing his ideals of what women ‘is’ with him to Sweden. And well here, associating with just the wrong kind of persons. Those that, while feeling sympathetic to his ‘emotional cause’, still embrace values of what ‘law and order’ really should be. Where what’s good for the ‘Nation’, whatever that may mean at the moment, also ‘is good for you’.

7.   And now I see a ‘smear campaign’ aimed to make you forget all what wiki-leaks was thought to be about. It kind of smells, stinks even. And, as those ‘ideals’ of information seems to have become Sweden’s too? What does it says about our independent ‘journalism’?

He should definitely resign from his post and present his own view of what happened. His quiet talks against him, hurting Wiki-leaks irrevocably. His advisors must be the sorriest bunch of  **-heads known to humanity if they can’t see that. And himself? Don’t know, it seems that the same attitude that created Wiki leaks, a stubborn feeling of what was ‘humanitarian rights’ have became a, just as stubborn, feeling of being ‘unjustly accused’.  Grow up Julian.


What would be really interesting is if this behaviour was known, and if there were some ‘behaviouristicly inclined’ preparation for it, like a ‘just in case’ scenario and how to use it? If so we see a new technique introduced here. One in where you protesting better make sure that you are ‘lily-white’ before opening that ‘big mouth’ of yours, as you will be ‘analyzed’ down to your underwear by anonymous ‘think-tanks’ , hidden in the vaults. That as you all will seem to be aiming for the ‘Presidency’ when speaking up for what you believe.

And as for the Sweden I thought I grew up in? Don’t know. What we have seem to be a mini-conception of a ‘United States of Sweden’, only without the rights to set things straight, like suing that company for a billion to prove it wrong. Then again, people mostly get what they are aiming for someone told me.

So does that mean I think Muslim ‘governments’ are any better? No way, most are medieval in the worst sense of the word, the best of them maybe defined as ‘Enlightened Monarchy’s/ Democracies’ as I see it. But we never fought those governments, did we? We used our, and theirs, greed ‘making money’, having no problems with their internal policy, including Saddam, a long time ‘bosom friend’ to the USA. And to fight terrorism we now seem to fall back on our own ‘medieval ways’, including sheer smear campaigns, all for the ‘good of the Nation’ and ‘Internal Security’.

Like Tolkien said when someone asked him about his books similarities to the Second World War.

“The real war does not resemble the legendary war in its process or its conclusion. If it had inspired or directed the development of the legend, then certainly the Ring would have been seized and used against Sauron; he would not have been annihilated but enslaved, and Barad-dûr would not have been destroyed but occupied. Saruman, failing to get possession of the Ring, would in the confusion and treacheries of the time have found in Mordor the missing links in his own researches into Ring-lore, and before long he would have made a Great Ring of his own with which to challenge the self-styled Ruler of Middle-earth. In that conflict both sides would have held hobbits in hatred and contempt: they would not long have survived even as slaves.”

Exchange ‘Hobbits’ for ‘conscience’ and you’ll see what I think he’s talking about. And when not thinking by your self, trusting that you too can differ between right and wrong? The world becomes what you make of it.


 

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« Reply #58 on: 16/12/2010 18:11:14 »
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« Reply #59 on: 20/12/2010 00:23:25 »
Take a look here. It's about Julian Assange and I wrote something there too. It really stinks this one. Assange accuser may have ceased co-operating And here is the blog I refer to there Assange Case: Evidence Destroyed Over And Over.

It's direct translation of the Swedish one, I know, because I was there, reading that one first, then came to this one. It speaks ill for Swedish justice this one. And for the social democratic party that now present themselves as human right destroyers :) And our right wing government can only smile happily I guess. Big Kudos for them in some circles in the States this one. As well as black-painting their main opponent politically.

It's as bad as eating koalas raw :)to lend an Aussie expression.

Kind'aS ux it does.
 

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« Reply #60 on: 20/12/2010 05:48:10 »
I'll probably sue Assange on the grounds that he is deliberately trying to undermine the value of my self-funded pension plan by maliciously manipulating the value of my investments. Unfortunately, I don't have the benefit of a socialist government who seem to be able to "guarantee" that I will never be poor, so I must do what I have to do.

EDIT: Of course, I'm sure Assange has been careful to make sure he has not invested any of his ill gotten gains in American corporations. Clearly, he would never make such an obvious mistake.

EDIT2: It's interesting that the citizens of neutral countries discount the cost of those who gave their lives to protect their neutrality. Despite their avowed neutrality, they seem to think they have a right to influence World affairs.
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« Reply #61 on: 20/12/2010 13:41:15 »
Let us put this way Geezer. If Julian is wrong in presenting material as he does then that is a question for the Australian courts. And if America want to hold him responsible they should use that way, also presenting something that supports their view. I'm getting awfully tired about 'secret deals' that stinks myself. Airplanes taking of with humans disappearing in some mountain prison. Is that kind of thing acceptable? If the States want him extradited then they should go about it openly stating exactly why, not using this kind of sh*. There will always be scandals and people not wanting their dirty linen shown. But when caught they shouldn't try trumped up charges of something the guy never did. I know its the American way in some places, as shown by those presidential campaigns with what they call 'mudslinging'.

I have a lot of respect for the American ideals Geezer, and I've been there and like the Country, but it's awesomely big, just as Russia, with place for so many different ideas and ideals. But this way isn't acceptable to me, and if I'm quiet, and you're quiet, and we all are quiet?
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« Reply #62 on: 20/12/2010 18:24:20 »
Yoron,

What do you mean by "this way"? You seem to be suggesting that the US is behind the charges that have been brought against him in Sweden. Are you speculating, or is there any evidence to support your theory? Anyway, I'm sure he would get a fair trial in Sweden even if the US is implicated in this somehow.

Also, what's it got to do with Australia? If Assange committed a crime in Sweden, or any other country, he is answerable to the laws of that country.

 

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« Reply #63 on: 21/12/2010 18:07:34 »
Well, I can put it this way. My opinion is that without the wiki-leak site, Julian just being our 'normal' guy, what we see now wouldn't have happened. It would never had taken such proportions even if that girl had been such an a** that some sources imply. And when it comes to the leaks then it is primary USA that finds him a sort of 'cyber terrorist', or as your vice president expressed it, a ‘hi tech terrorist’. As for if it's USA putting pressure? Don't think they need to do it, not in Sweden. We seem quite satisfied being a western nation leaving our neutrality policy for joining the NATO umbrella.

So, no Geezer, I think we have some people here that are all to happy to guess what will 'fit' the situation, and are trying to make it come true all they can. Like the first judge throwing the case out but then a second one jumping in and reopening it. And now having Julian treated as some full time rapist?

As for the American reaction I can understand it, but it should go through the right authorities. Trying to get him through Sweden, if that is the case, speaks of a very weak case. The right way as I see it, is to go through the Australian authorities, isn't they an American ally btw? Sending 'observers' to most wars America has fought if I'm correct. So if the military feel they have a case against Julian I would expect them to present it where he is a citizen, not in Sweden.

But we don't know, not yet. Still, I totally understand Julian's reluctance, not to become a 'guest' of the Swedish courts.
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As for 'secret deals that stinks'

Well, those aircrafts freighting 'terrorists' to Afghanistan prisons and to other 'private prisons' in the former 'East Europe' landed in Sweden too, well known by our government as I understands it, but all done by mouth of course, nothing written down.

What do they call it, 'deniable circumstances?'
don't remember?

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« Reply #64 on: 21/12/2010 20:43:05 »
Then your argument is as much with the Swedish authorities as it is with the US.

Assange is an idiot if he thought he could do what he did without becoming the focus of a huge amount of attention.

Interestingly enough, he is now complaining that he is a victim of information leaks!! Give me a break!

Yes, the US may have done some bad things - what nation has not, but does that justify Assangne in trying to damage the US as much as possible? Who put him on a pedestal? And isn't that the same mentality that terrorists have?
 

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« Reply #65 on: 21/12/2010 21:18:26 »
Yep Geezer, as I see it it's Sweden that have prolonged this situation, maybe by intent, maybe not. But it would be good to see some investigative journalism done by our spineless Swedish newspapers for once, instead of having them grosse mouths with their square jaws inform me what to think.

That USA reacts is understandable. Still, it should be fair play and international law that decides an extradition, not 'who knows who' and 'what can we win by doing this, or this?'

And the Sweden I grew up in is definitely not the Sweden I see today. People have became increasingly materialistic, believing that happiness is money. And missing that we are taking away our Constitutional rights. We have had something called a 'grundlag' that you can translate to 'ground rules' protecting every citizen In Sweden. That one is disappearing bit by bit under those last twenty? years. Nobody seems to understand how much blood that went into writing those laws anymore. Instead we choose the watered versions from EEC that, well, they sux :)

But as I said, people get what they want. So who am I too judge, maybe we want it? History is like a wheel, it seems that there are periods of 'enlightenment' and periods of 'darkness' coming after each other. A linearity in non-linearity we might say :) So I don't know why people stopped caring. You can live the same way you always wanted in a land that throw away its constitution, until things start to heat up. then it will matter if you have one or not.

I'm not sure that Assange was out after USA specifically, the scandal was there, given to him, and he used it. He's probably what they call a Alpha-male :)prone to 'quick decisions', as shown by his bed manners. But I still think his intentions with the site is honorable and worthy of admiration.

 

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« Reply #66 on: 21/12/2010 21:59:48 »
But I still think his intentions with the site is honorable and worthy of admiration.



With the site perhaps, but his decision to publish information that was obtained illegally from the US was an act of anarchy, and anarchists are no different from terrorists. Just because he didn't happen to trip over any specific law does not make his actions morally defensible. The US even asked him not to publish secrets that might put sources in Afganistan at risk, but he went ahead and did it anyway.

He has made a lot of enemies, so he should not be whining that "people are out to get me". Of course they are out to get him. If he showed up at my front door, I'd happily punch him on the nose.

Like they say, "If you can't stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen"
 

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« Reply #67 on: 21/12/2010 22:13:59 »
Well, the heat is on, is it not :)

As for why he made the site, well that's what they call a 'whistleblower' site. you have a famous example in New York. Ever seen Serpico? One of my all time favorite movies.

And sometimes reality gets ah, ridiculous :)
How OpenLeaks is Likely to Work.

But looking it seems I was right? He's a Alpha male. That can be both a positive and negative thing. You get things done, but not always as you planned.
 

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« Reply #68 on: 21/12/2010 22:22:16 »
It will be interesting to see what happens to him. I'm kinda surprised he didn't just go ahead and get a big target tattooed on his forehead. "Aim Here."
 

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« Reply #69 on: 21/12/2010 22:52:44 »
He's an Aussie Geezer.

They are 'doers' firstly :)
Which I kind'a like.

This one is well written and the comments are interesting Julian Assange and wikileaks
 

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« Reply #70 on: 21/12/2010 23:18:31 »
They are 'doers' firstly :)

Well, I wouldn't care to generalize about Australians, but I would agree that Assagne is not a "thinker", unless of course we conclude that his brain is anatomically juxtaposed, which seems likely based on the events that took place in Sweden.
 

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« Reply #71 on: 21/12/2010 23:23:21 »
:)

Can't argue with that.
 

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« Reply #72 on: 28/12/2010 21:04:16 »
I know what kind of upstanding citizens we have here.
So it's probably ridiculous to ask, but still. Would you dare, a whole night, alone? ..here..
 

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« Reply #73 on: 30/12/2010 19:18:22 »
Searched for some stuff.
Got this answer :)

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Error 404

Page not found

 
Sorry

The requested document does not live here anymore.
I tried everyting.
Even tried multi.
Nothing helped.


I'm really depressed about this.
You see, I'm just a web server...
-- here I am, brain the size of the universe,
trying to serve you a simple web page,
and then it doesn't even exist!
Where does that leave me?!
I mean, I don't even know you.
How should I know what you wanted from me?
You honestly think I can *guess*
what someone I don't even *know*
wants to find here?
*sigh*
Man, I'm so depressed I could just cry.
And then where would we be, I ask you?
It's not pretty when a web server cries.
And where do you get off telling me what to show anyway?
Just because I'm a web server,
and possibly a manic depressive one at that?
Why does that give you the right to tell me what to do?
Huh?
I'm so depressed...
I think I'll crawl off into the trash can and decompose.
I mean, I'm gonna be obsolete in what, two weeks anyway?
What kind of a life is that?
Two effing weeks,
and then I'll be replaced by a .01 release,
that thinks it's God's gift to web servers,
just because it doesn't have some tiddly little
security hole with its HTTP POST implementation, or something.
I'm really sorry to burden you with all this,
I mean, it's not your job to listen to my problems,
and I guess it is my job to go and fetch web pages for you.
But I couldn't get this one.
I'm so sorry.
Believe me!
Maybe I could interest you in another page?
There are a lot out there that are pretty neat, they say,
although none of them were put on *my* server, of course.
Figures, huh?
Everything here is just mind-numbingly stupid.
That makes me depressed too, since I have to serve them,
all day and all night long.
Two weeks of information overload,
and then *pffftt*, consigned to the trash.
What kind of a life is that?
Now, please let me sulk alone.
I'm so depressed.

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« Reply #74 on: 31/12/2010 07:23:30 »
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