Saturday, February 26, 2005

Important Firefox Update

A friend of mine that I work with wrote this up yesterday afternoon:
The Mozilla Foundation released on Thursday an update to the Firefox Web browser to fix several vulnerabilities, including one that would allow domain spoofing.

The open-source project released Firefox 1.0.1 to fix, among other bugs, a vulnerability in the Internationalized Domain Names (IDN), a standard for handling special character sets in domain names that lets companies register domain names that appear to be the same in different languages. The IDN vulnerability allowed an attacker to create a fake Web site on a
non-Microsoft browser in order to pull off a phishing scam. A spoofed link would seem to be a legitimate URL in the address bar of affected browsers. But instead of taking the victim to the trusted site, the link would lead to a phony Web site with a domain rendered as the same address under the IDN process.
 A special thanks to "Gumby@FA" for this overview. The update can be found here.


Friday, February 25, 2005

What is This World Coming To?

What is this world coming to when you take a BDU blouse to the cleaners and they sow your Airborne badge on backwards and it looks like the thing was balled up for a week after they "starched" it? Good God, people! If you don't know how to do something, ASK or look around. It isn't like the Rangers are only a few miles down the road or anything. Not to mention you can find most of this stuff online. *sigh*



Thursday, February 24, 2005

Why I Blog

I've been asked several times why I blog. With this post, I hope to answer your question.

Yes, I would blog even if no one else ever read what I write. Taking the time to sit here and write out my beliefs not only makes me question & justify what I believe with logic and fact, but it also sharpens my critical thinking skills. Every now and then we need to take inventory of what we really believe and why, just to make sure nothing too weird sneaks in under the radar. I find that this is an effective method of doing such. I'm not writing to please anyone. I'm not writing to become popular or for recognition. I'm writing for me and for my own pleasure. If someone else happens to stumble into my little round corner of cyber-space and they learn something from what they've read here, I'm glad they learned something. Blogging has almost become a sport to me. A sport in that I like to see how effectively and clearly I can convey my own ideas and also point out inconsistencies in the arguments and beliefs of others. Since I enjoy debates, that makes it all the easier.


Wednesday, February 23, 2005

I Love Debates

So no kidding, there I was... My political science professor set up this message board for the class to discuss "stuff" that we cover in class and ask questions... your average message board stuff.

"Girl I" had this to say:
I think this is a pretty typical scenerio of most americans. However, I for one would be willing to give up the government help if it meant the government would be out of our daily lives. i feel like the government has invaded its citizens lives with the promise of more help that in the long run just ends up costing us more money by raising taxes.

The professor jumped in with the simple question of "What would you be willing to give up?".

"Girl II" had this to say:
How can anyone say they are willing to give up the government? You would not be in this college, have good quality food and medical drugs, and order in our nation with out the in put of the government. I hate that they seem to hide things from us, butt a little to far into our lives sometimes, and make some laws that i do not agree to but the majority of what they do for everyone in this country is worth it. i will say the government is stupid and that i hate most politicans but i would rather have all of it then live in a world with out it.


I had this to say:
"Girl II",

I find it funny that you only used one sentence to "defend" government while the rest of the time you were talking about things that the government does that you don't like. The problem that exists with the modern day federal government is that it has over-stepped its bounds. Show me where in the Constitution the government was to be made in charge of deciding what medicines come out on our markets. Don't you think people should be responsible enough to take care of that for themselves? Where does it say the federal government is supposed to take care of people (social security, welfare, Medicare)? The government has zero jurisdiction in these areas.

Why do you think we would not have quality food if the government was not involved? Now we're getting into the regulation of economics. Wouldn't you agree that if a certain company's food was bad, people wouldn't buy it? The market would correct itself.

*A note about economics, remember that the colonists used the limitation of their trade as one of the reasons for their break from England.

What order would our nation lack if the (I assume federal) government wasn't as large as it is?

The reason most people do not vote for and believe in the downsizing of the federal government (ie: the Midwestern Voter) is simple. They put their personal comforts before the principles upon which our government system was founded. Who, in their right mind, is going to turn down a cheaper education, as you pointed out? But now we're back at where does the federal government find the authority to do such things?

I don't think its that (some) people want to give up the government all together, but rather they want to reform it to resemble the one described in the Constitution, unlike today's.


So "Girl II" replies:
It is true I only used one sentence to defend it because my true feelings toward the government does not include trust. But thinking about it and what it does for me shows me that I depend on it more than I would like to so I must accept it. I probably could not survive with out it and doubt many other people could either considering something as simple as drinking water from another country makes us sick due to our water filtration system in the US. The constitution says nothing about medication but if I am correct it also says nothing about inspecting our food that we eat. The constitution doesn't say a lot like it says nothing about having to provide 13 years of education for the citizens, health care, test to make sure your heath care professionals have the knowledge to take care of you, take care of the roads we use everyday, or anything else we take for granteeded. The constitution is not specific enough to be law it was written to be a guide line for future generations and not a do or die thing.
If a private industraty took care of inspecting the food we eat everyday it would be simple for them to jack up the prices for this service and without this service we cold easily get old food or food crawling with parasites such as tape worm (infected meat), and Trichinella spiralis (pork). Don’t say that if these foods are cooked properly there will be no problem because who said that food has to be cooked a certain way? Who put the laws in that foods must have ingredients label and a nutrition label? Who makes sure the medication that we take has been tested and is safe for people to take and put side affect labels on the drugs? It is true states can do all of that but each state would have different regulations and standards for everything and for now it seems to me the best idea is to have a set of rules, standards and regulations that are more centralized to take care of all of it like maybe the FDA. But why should we? It isn’t in the constitution. The problems that is with the meat can not always be seen, smelled, or tasted by the consumer. We simply buy it in belief it is a good piece of meat. The consumer can’t always tell if their drug is any good. The drug company can just say it is what they want to say it is.
It is true that the colonist broke away from Great Britain for limitations on trade but what is the government limiting on us? The trade with Cuba? No matter how much a dislike the federal government I would be horrified if something happened to it. The reason it has grown is because we as a nation have grown.
Ok. Let’s say that the government is way too big and we all agree that it is what can be done. What will be taken away, what will suffer to make it smaller? Education? Healthcare? DOT? FDA? FBI? NSA? CIA? Law enforcement? Grants? So to reform our “unconstitutional” government what must happen? What will be changed and what must be changed?
A small central government was tried and failed in a manor of years. I learn my history so not to repeat it and right now is not the time in our nation’s history to repeat it a failed experiment.
I want to restate that the constitution is a guide line for our government. It must be interpreted and used as we need it today. How can people over 200 years ago know what we need today to stay strong as a nation?
"Girl II"

To which I blew her out of the water with:
If the food they provided for us was too high priced or was not of good quality, don't you think someone would come along and open up a new company that did provide food of a higher quality and at a better price? It is all about competition for consumers in a free market.

If the FDA was a private organization, I wouldn't have a problem with it. For example, the National Consumers' League that was founded in 1898 "...sponsored a "white label" campaign in which manufacturers who met safety and sanitary standards could put NCL labels on their food and clothing."

Again, I do not see any provision or right for the government to dictate what, where and how I educate my children (if I had any). Why am I, the parent, removed from the decision making process of what I think is important for my son or daughter to learn? I have no problem with schools. They are a great institution. I have a problem when the government steps in and dictates what a school must and must not teach. The public school system is failing (rather, has failed). Just go sit in the mall and look around for 5 minutes if you don't believe me. Pumping more money into the public grade, middle, high school systems is like rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic. The boat is going down, trying to pretty it up isn't going to help.

As for what should be changed: That's a summary. The question of what will "suffer" is incorrect. We have become so accustomed to some services that we cannot imagine a world without them. To bring government to the proper size, you cannot simply eliminate one aspect; it would require a total rebuilding of the system.

The small central government that failed many years ago was conceived under the Articles of Confederation and it was also conceived during a time of complete distrust for government.

"How can people over 200 years ago know what we need today to stay strong as a nation?"

Because what we need is based on principles, not emotional reaction to today's issues. Methods should be altered, but principles must never be compromised.


P.S. - This is fun. Thanks "Dr. Professor-Teacher-Man"!

In the meantime, "Girl I" said (according to threading in response to "Dr. Professor-Teacher-Man's" comment):
Let me clarify myself. I did not say that there should be no government, nor did I say that I hated the government. However, the government has managed to invade our daily lives, with out us realizing it. we (myself included) just assume it is natural or okay. We have according to The Declaration of Independence have certain rights has human beings guarented to us by our creater Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. That whenever any form of government becomes destructive to these ends, it is the Right of the peolple to alter or abolish it, and to institute new government. I would like to ask this question "What form of Government do you think we are supposed to have?" Benjamin Franklin was asked by a man when leaving Indepedence Hall "What form of government have you ( the constructers of the Declaration of Independence) given us?" he replied" we have given you (the citizens) a Republic if you can keep it. but those who would trade their freemdom for security deserve nethier one.

Then "Girl II" piped up:
in what way has the government invaded our privacy may i ask?

Does anyone else hear the artillery whistling in on this comment?

And I said:
The Patriot Act is a great place to start! Declaring legislation regarding homosexual marriages is another decent starter.

Benjamin Franklin was very correct in his answer. Thank you for bringing that up, "Girl II".


UPDATE 23FEB @ 1923:
I must also send a thank you to the ever-vigilant WanderingMind for locating the two following links.

I've since added the following:
In my last post, I said, "To bring government to the proper size, you cannot simply eliminate one aspect; it would require a total rebuilding of the system." Well, I found what I was thinking of when I said that. See the following links. Though these two links were written over ten years ago, they still hold true.


UPDATE II 24FEB @ 2025:

With no reply from "Girl II", I decided to pour a little more gasoline into the mix:
And from this week's article:

"Rep. Jo Ann Emerson (R-Mo.), an Appropriations Committee member, gave voice to the GOP's internal opposition in a Jan. 24 form letter to concerned constituents. The letter undercuts the heart of Bush's proposal.

"I cannot support any plan to allow workers to place any portion of their Social Security taxes in risky investments, especially those that depend upon the stock market to appreciate in value," she said in the letter, obtained by the Web log Talking Points Memo. "It remains my opinion that Social Security reform is not necessary at all if Congress would seriously address Medicare reform, balance the budget, erase the trade deficit, and make pension reform a real priority.""

Who is the government to dictate what I do with my money? If you'd like more examples, I've got a few ready to go.


Debates Rule.

Debate on, my people. Debate on.


Sunday, February 20, 2005

On The Way!

As promised earlier, I'll try to have the "Best of My Round Box" section up by the end of this week.


Evil Girl-Penguins

I was scanning over Vox's site, which I haven't done for a while, and I ran across a post about how L(esbian)G(ay)B(isexual)T(ransgender) groups were protesting a German zoo's attempt to get some penguins to reproduce.

Gay groups had earlier protested against "the organised and forced harassment through female seductresses" in an open letter to Bremerhaven's Mayor Joerg Schulz.

If they can be seduced, does that mean they aren't really gay? Because if they are seduced, that means there is some type of attraction that the seductress is preying on. But if queers "are just born that way", then how is this seducing possible? Since I'm straight & I was "just born that way", not matter what kind of guy you want in front of me, 'we ain't going nowhere'. Why? Because there is no foundation of attraction to exploit! I hope you clearly see how absurd such an argument would be and is, that female penguins are "seducing" the gay male penguins.


There is NO First Amendment Here!

If I hear one more person complain about there not being First Amendment rights when referring to online activities, I'm going to pop a cork. Check this out, paratard. When someone makes a comment on my site, I have the power to censor whatever I want. When you subscribe to an online game, you will almost always agree to a Code of Conduct that you will abide by which, in some cases, makes mention of appropriate language to be used on their servers. If you chose not to hold up your end of the agreement, you can expect your service to be terminated or some type of restriction to be placed on you.

Now, since you obviously need remedial American Government courses, I'll try to give you a head start. Hold on tight, this will stretch your intellectual capacity. The Constitution (and Amendments) apply to the government, not businesses or individuals. The First Amendment (should) protects your right to say anything you wish without penalty from the government. It does not guarantee that you can anything you want at anytime, anywhere. It simply removes government censorship.


Thursday, February 17, 2005

Crispy's Tech Tips II

As a prerequisite, please read my October "Crispy's Tech Tips" post first.

In addition to the programs I mentioned in that post, there are a few revisions.

Firewalls & AntiVirus: I am now running Trend Micro's PC cillin Internet Security. After reading some reviews, I decided to look for a new firewall. I gave Outpost's firewall a try and was thoroughly dissatisfied. I gave PC cillin a try next & have been using it since. As a result of switching over to PC cillin, I had to get rid of AntiVir because PC cillin is a firewall & antivirus program all in one. I still recommend AntiVir for users who have a separate firewall program.

General Software - Please add to your lists Webroot's (the makers of Windows Washer) Spy Sweeper. This program is nothing short of amazing. It does such a thorough job that I put it in my "Must Have" list. Well worth the $29.95.


Wednesday, February 16, 2005

US-CERT ST05-004 -- Avoiding Copyright Infringement



Tuesday, February 15, 2005

U.S. Withdraws Ambassador From Syria

Which of you good little history students can tell me the first thing that happens when we go to war with another country? That's right! We bring our ambassador home.

Barry Schweid from AP has the story.

The United States has recalled its ambassador to Syria amid rising tensions over the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri of Lebanon.

Before departing, U.S. Ambassador Margaret Scobey delivered a stern note, called a demarche in diplomatic parlance, to the Syrian government, said an official who discussed the situation only on grounds of anonymity.

State Department spokesman Richard Boucher, announcing the move, said it reflected the Bush administration's "profound outrage" over Hariri's assassination.

Boucher did not accuse Syria of being involved in the bombing Monday in Beirut. "I have been careful to say we do not know who committed the murder at this time," he said.

White House spokesman Scott McClellan, apparently referring to the note Scobey delivered to the Syrian foreign ministry, said the United States has "made it clear to Syria that we expect Syria to act in accordance with the United Nations Security Council resolution calling for the withdrawal of all foreign forces and the disbanding of militias,"

Also, McClellan said, "we also made it clear to Sryia that we want them to use their influence to prevent the kind of terrorist attack that took place yesterday from happening."

Blah blah blah. Let's put on our conspiracy thinking caps and entertain a few ideas, folks. Let's say, let's just say, that this bombing was conducted by US forces (not necessarily military). If so, this gives us the perfect cover of removing our diplomat under the cover of "you can't keep the area safe" and doesn't rise any other questions. Before the Syrians can even begin a thinking exercise such as this, SOF are operating within their borders in preparation for the fight by reconning out targets, conducting minor raids, etc.

Don't think such an idea is possible? Let me refer you to Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Desert Storm/Desert Shield & God only knows what else.

Now, I had thought that I would have been commissioned by the time we went to Syria. I was kinda looking forward to starting my collection of sand from there, but I'm starting to think I might miss out on Syria (at least this time around).

May God's Protection rest upon the shoulders of our operators.


Isa. 6:8

Monday, February 14, 2005

Happy Singles' Awareness Day!

Here are some various links that I've uncovered over the day...

CD over at Semi-Intelligent Thoughts with a great comment from one of his readers.

Be My Anti-Valentine - Good collection of pictures. Haven't navigated elsewhere (yet?).

Anti-Valentine Spectacular
- The only thing about this link is that some of these people seem to be really disturbed that they aren't part of the "festivities". Kinda makes you wonder... some more.

Cupid Must Die/Zoe's Valentine's Day Tips - I like #6 the best.

Valentine's Day Can Bite Me - My... Eyes... Hurt...

And last but not least:

In my mailbox today (my physical one, not my E-box), I found an invitation to an Alpha Gamma Delta Crush Party. Yay; I'm thrilled.

I've yet to decide if I'm going since I'm not much of a "modern" dancer (totally random gyrations of the upper & lower portions of one's body against, in most cases, a stranger's upper & lower [mostly lower] portions of the body). I'd rather a person simply walk up to me clear out of the blue and talk to me than get an invitation in my mail from someone I don't know. When you think about it, that's kinda creepy - a random invitation from a complete stranger. Then again, I might go simply because I was invited and someone took to the time to research who I was. Time to ponder.


Friday, February 11, 2005

Its Friday Today!

Hooray for two canceled classes!!

Now, to finish cleaning for the Command Inspection Program this weekend...


Thursday, February 10, 2005

Today in Brit Lit

Yep, two in one week.

So we had the "exam" on Tuesday past, which I already wrote about. Well, there was this magical gap in our class schedule for today. Most of us figured she accidentally skipped a day, since there was a page break, and did the homework assigned for the 15FEB class period. The entire class (or almost the entire class) is seated in the room, ready to go. It's 1530. Professor "Chuckles" isn't there. She never is late. So we wait, discussing what unfortunate peril may have overtaken her. 1535. The natives are getting restless. One of my fellow classmates decides to pull out the syllabus to get her office number and give a call up there, incase she had lost track of time. Upon hearing this idea, I quickly expressed my disdain for the idea by saying that if you call, you might wake her from a nap and proceeded, in my best impression of "Chuckles"' voice & personality say, "Oh, it's class time!" Well, the impression must have been pretty good because half of the class erupted in laughter. Honestly, I wasn't expecting that little blurb to receive so much positive feedback. Back to the story. Despite my advice, my classmate decided to call. Thankfully, "Chuckles" didn't answer.

Time to leave! Following two of my other classmates, I start my way out. For some reason, I decided to wait around down the hall for a few minutes. Someone decided to be real gutsy and took a stealth trip up to her office to recon it out. No "Chuckles". He went back and reported his findings, then everyone left.

Nothing annoys me more than a teacher that doesn't inform people that a class is cancelled. If you're sick, call in. If you're just canceling class, tell us. If you decided to commit suicide, leave a note or something. People that don't respect others' time annoy me.


Wednesday, February 09, 2005

Firefox Development Roadmap

Since I'm a stickler for having the newest, most up to date tech-toys, I was clicking around the Mozilla Firefox website looking for a public software development plan. I found it!

Firefox 1.1 is scheduled for a full-version release in June of this year (2005) with 1.1 PR coming in April. If you have any interest in the Firefox project, the roadmap will be a worth while read. If you're a "I just turn on my computer & do what I need to do" type of person, read it anyway. You might learn something. Included on the page is mention of the 2.0 release and some of the intended goals for that project as well.

Get Firefox!


And Marching Forth From the Woodwork They Came

I knew I would eventually hit a topic that would make people surface from the shadows of blog lurking(dom). I think I've hit it with my Vegetarian post. Feel free to jump into the pool, just no head-first diving.


Tuesday, February 08, 2005

Today in Brit Lit

So check this out. Today, we had our first "exam" in the class.


You can't test someone over British Literature, or any literature, for that matter. Using their own logic against them, Lit-Fairies say it is all based on how you decide to interpret the work that matters. Under such rules there can be no "right answer" which counter-acts the entire point of a test. Not to mention the fact that no one cares about Brit Lit. The entire concept of Liberal Arts is stupid and close-minded. Who are you to say that I'm going to "be a better person" because I'm wasted time studying a bunch of different topics? Open-minded empties have become so set in their ways that through their "open-mindedness" they've become close-minded to the option of not being a liberal artist.

I hate that class.


US-CERT SA05-039A -- Multiple Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows




09 FEB @ 1542:

Technical link added.

Box Mail: Ethics and Blogging Survey

I received this earlier today. Help 'em out, fellow bloggers! I took the

freedom to clean up some of the links in the email. Also, please excuse
the jacked up formatting. Not sure what the deal was with that.


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Multiple Critical Updates for XP

Today MS released about 10 critical (now known as "high priority") updates for Windows XP. Make sure you are up to date with your O/S patches.

Linux rules,

Monday, February 07, 2005

Assignment, make that, Target: Vegetarians

First of all, no, recent events didn't send me on this tangent. I was clicking around the Best Page in the Universe last week when I ran across several posts that demanded my attention. I should say, if you can stand a bit of cursing, these pages are usually worth the read. Maddox usually makes very logical arguments... With the common thread of vulgarity through them all.

First up, "For every animal you don't eat, I'm going to eat three."

"I can't eat meat." The four worst words to hear when you're going to a restaurant with someone. I literally cringe every time I hear those words because I know it means that we have to drive around the city for 2 hours looking for some restaurant that serves "friendly" burgers, which ironically look and taste exactly like hamburgers--which vegetarians object to eating because it's either A) gross or B) murder. If it's so gross, then why go out of your way to eat something exactly like it, [anal sphincter]? It's funny how vegetarians suddenly stop [whining] about murder as soon as you point out their fancy leather belt or shoes, or that they drive a car and use electricity which contributes to polluting the earth and contaminating everything including the precious animals that they refuse to eat.

Well I'm tired of it. So what I've decided to do is sponsor a vegetarian! It's easy and spiteful, and we all know how much fun spiting people is! I'll explain..

Second, "Guiltless grill? Is there another kind?"

I was looking over a menu in a restaurant the other day when I saw a section for vegetarians; I thought to myself "boy, I sure am glad that I'm not a meat-hating fascist" and I skipped on to the steak section (because I'll be damned if I'm going to pay $15 for an alfalfa sandwich, slice of cucumber and a scoop of cold cottage cheese), but before I turned the page something caught my eye. The heading of the vegetarian section was titled "Guiltless Grill," not because there were menu items with fewer calories and cholesterol (since there were "healthy" chicken dishes discriminated against in this section), but because none of the items used animal products. Think about that phrase for a second. What exactly does "guiltless grill" imply? So I'm supposed to feel guilty now if I eat meat? Screw you.
I'll also give you this to wet your taste buds:



A Crispy Bit of Wisdom for Today

If you are the one to initiate contact with a person of the opposite sex and there seems to be a mutual interest, don't blow the other person off for almost a week. That is kind of unnerving... Not to mention rude.


So Here We Are

So here we are. The Super Bowl's over. The State of the Union Address is old news. The vote in Iraq happened, even though the nay-sayers predicted it would never come to pass.

Here are my thoughts over these issues:

So what? None of these issues are going to change anything. Football will be played next season. Anyone can say anything. Words, especially when coming from politicians, tend to mean nothing. People are still strapping bombs around their chests and blowing up other people. The fact that people voted for something does not guarantee that the elected official will take office.

It is a funny thing, the events that we chose to focus on. The time to play the hardest is the day after the Super Bowl when you are at practice getting ready for the next season so that you can do it all again. Most 2004 Presidential Election voters crawled back under their rocks once they found out that Pres. Bush was elected. The fact of the matter is that we should be paying the most attention after the election to see if the Elected One follows through with all of the promises he made. We should have our eye on what Iraq is becoming, now that their own government is going to be taking control. Once this change over is complete, we should also butt-out of their affairs. Let them run their country as they see fit. We have provided the chance they (supposedly) wanted to live in a representative republic (NOT democracy, hippies).

So here we are. What will we do with it?


Friday, February 04, 2005


Just been one of those weeks, ya know?


Thursday, February 03, 2005

NJ Christian & Family Murdered by Muslims

Since I'm on the topic of the new lows of the Iraqi terrorists, here is another one.

In a nutshell, here is what the story revolves around:

The password-protected Arabic website, includes the kind of death threat received by Hossam Armanious, a Coptic Christian from Jersey City, N.J., who was found Jan. 14 with his wife and two daughters, bound and gagged with their throats slashed, the New York Sun reports.

Brace yourselves,

This is some seriously sick stuff. Can you honestly look me in the eyes and tell me that they mean well? That they had good intentions? No. None of your bleeding-heart ideologies can support these actions. Don't bother trying to tell me that they're "Muslim Extremists" either. In order to obtain the type and quantity of information they had/have on these Christians you need a lot of people and several connections. You don't just "stumble" across this stuff. I doubt this will be isolated incidents.


Iraqi Terrorists Strike New Low

The day of the Iraqi elections, the local terrorists decided to kidnap a 19 year old with Down Syndrome. With the "mind of a 4 year old boy", they strapped bombs around his chest & sent him out to be a suicide bomber.

Armar Mohammed, Down Syndrome boy turned into suicide bomber.

What the heck is wrong with you people?


US-CERT ST05-003 -- Securing Wireless Networks