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Post Wed Nov 14, 2012 3:57 pm

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.npr.org/2012/11/13/164981433/legalizing-and-regulating-pot-a-growth-industry

"So in Colorado, the medical marijuana growers have to have 24-hour video of their operations, and that video is accessible by the state at any time — they can tap into it. And they all have these badges, and they had to go through background checks to get these badges. So there's an attempt to keep black market money out of it ... in Colorado, you're unlikely to see a situation where a dispensary is, in fact, just a front for a Mexican cartel. And then they had this additional rule, which is pretty revolutionary — it's called a 70-30 rule, where 70 percent of all the marijuana that each store sells, they have to grow themselves. ... That goes a long way to eliminating the introduction of black market weed. ... Stores aren't just buying all their weed from Mexican cartels
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Post Wed Nov 14, 2012 4:12 pm

Re: Morning links

In Colorado they are making plains now for 14mo from now full legalization with stores that sell to any adult.
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Post Wed Nov 14, 2012 4:32 pm

fake tradition

http://newsfeed.time.com/2012/11/13/key ... on-stolen/

have famously locked up of the Tower of London every night without fail for the last 700 years, in a traditional exchange known as the Ceremony of the Keys. But somehow in the

Read more: http://newsfeed.time.com/2012/11/13/key ... z2CDQBZ5Ds

Thats bunk, Cromwell didn't have any bfeeders

Much of the traditions are a show for the tourists, invented in the 20th century.
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Post Wed Nov 14, 2012 4:41 pm

Re:Dilbert war

The OSS manual provides numerous techniques under the title “General Interference with Organizations and Production”:

When possible, refer all matters to committees for “further study and consideration.” Attempt to make the committees as large as possible- never less than five
Bring up irrelevant issues as frequently as possible
Haggle over precise wordings of communications, minutes, resolutions
In making work assignments, always sign out the unimportant jobs first. See that the important jobs are assigned to inefficient workers of poor machines
Insist on perfect work in relatively unimportant products; send back for refinishing those which have the least flaw. Approve other defective parts whose flaws are not visible to the naked eye
To lower morale and with it, production, be pleasant to inefficient workers; give them undeserved promotions. Discriminate against efficient workers; complain unjustly about their work
Hold conferences when there is more critical work to be done
Multiply the procedures and clearances involved in issuing instructions, pay checks, and so on. See that three people have to approve everything where one would do.
Spread disturbing rumors that sound like inside dope.


This is from the wikipedia under Sabotage as a tactic in War.
it just seems like a dilbert cartoon.
the final advice OSS sent to occupied countries, "Act Stupid"
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Post Wed Nov 14, 2012 5:00 pm

Re: Morning links

FBI agents have hauled computers and other stuff out of Paula Broadwells house,
As "POTENTIAL" evidence, meaning that their search warrant should have been a warrant for a fishing expedition. They did not specify what gun or knife they were looking for they just wanted everything they could carry out and will hold it for years or forever, as a type of administrative punishment for being investigated.
Most of this stuff is not evidence by any stretch and they know it.
If the local authorities come with a warrant, it specifies the exact evidence to be searched for and where they reasonably can search, in the house and curtilage (look that up on wikipedia) if they are looking for a shotgun they have no reason to look in any place too small for one to exist in.
This however is a political case about threatening emails. I don't know what the penalty is for threatening emails but I personally do not make theats and regard people who do as impotent and angry, except authorities, when they make threats they can ruin lives to show people "because we can"
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Post Thu Nov 15, 2012 3:26 pm

Re: Morning links

A page from the Ninpiden, showing a tool for breaking locks

Ok that is the caption, it from the ninja article in wikipedia and the drawing didn't copy and Paste though it was all blued.
just wiki 'ninja' and find the drawing.
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Post Thu Nov 15, 2012 4:53 pm

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spyfall, the surveilance state brings down worlds #1 spook. and the charge, the full lewinsky...
we need a #1 spy that is humorless and as celibate as a bishop. Sexless, unforgiving, do you want a player reading your emails,
they used a shared password Gmail account and left messages in the draft file for the other to pick up, they didn't encrypt? would encryption automaticly put this in the que for breaking it out at NSA?
they read the drafts, and didn't delete them...nice goin spooks. maybe its true like in the movies that spies are leonard decaprio running around the middle east with a cell phone constantly in his hand, john mcafee might even be smart enough not to do that.
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Post Thu Nov 15, 2012 5:17 pm

Re: Morning links

turns out that jill kelley had a friend in the fbi
most cat fights on the internet get ignored by fbi
but this cat knew an fbi agent, who reported it up and was not put on the case, now being called the shirtless fbi agent, and rumored to be investigated himself because he was too close to the investigation.

This is the most interesting case since Vicente zambada niebla

www.prisonplanet.com/top-mexican-drug-l ... ocaine-f...
Apr 27, 2011 – Jesus Vicente Zambada Niebla was “logistical coordinator” for narco-gang behind purchase of CIA torture jet that wrecked with four tons of cocaine ... The plane was purchased by Niebla's Sinaloa drug-traffick
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Post Fri Nov 16, 2012 4:19 am

Re: Morning links

rai wrote:.npr.org/2012/11/13/164981433/legalizing-and-regulating-pot-a-growth-industry

"So in Colorado, the medical marijuana growers have to have 24-hour video of their operations, and that video is accessible by the state at any time — they can tap into it. And they all have these badges, and they had to go through background checks to get these badges. So there's an attempt to keep black market money out of it ... in Colorado, you're unlikely to see a situation where a dispensary is, in fact, just a front for a Mexican cartel. And then they had this additional rule, which is pretty revolutionary — it's called a 70-30 rule, where 70 percent of all the marijuana that each store sells, they have to grow themselves. ... That goes a long way to eliminating the introduction of black market weed. ... Stores aren't just buying all their weed from Mexican cartels


Ya know, it's funny was just talking in chat about the mexican cartels and the legalization of pot the other night. I agree that it is unlikely for stores in CO to be a front for them especially with the 70/30 rule. I think that the best plan for a legalization is to do it in states further away from Mexico first and slowly work closer and closer to slowly curtail their income so that as the states with (full) legalization get closer and closer they won't be able to fund as much of an attack on US citizens, stores, etc... Which I suspect if it was made fully legal in all states today we'd have one hell of a blood bath going on in the southwest.

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Post Fri Nov 16, 2012 4:55 am

Re: Re:Dilbert war

Rai,

It does not sound like a dilbert cartoon... It sounds like the U.S. government!

Gordon

rai wrote:The OSS manual provides numerous techniques under the title “General Interference with Organizations and Production”:

When possible, refer all matters to committees for “further study and consideration.” Attempt to make the committees as large as possible- never less than five
Bring up irrelevant issues as frequently as possible
Haggle over precise wordings of communications, minutes, resolutions
In making work assignments, always sign out the unimportant jobs first. See that the important jobs are assigned to inefficient workers of poor machines
Insist on perfect work in relatively unimportant products; send back for refinishing those which have the least flaw. Approve other defective parts whose flaws are not visible to the naked eye
To lower morale and with it, production, be pleasant to inefficient workers; give them undeserved promotions. Discriminate against efficient workers; complain unjustly about their work
Hold conferences when there is more critical work to be done
Multiply the procedures and clearances involved in issuing instructions, pay checks, and so on. See that three people have to approve everything where one would do.
Spread disturbing rumors that sound like inside dope.


This is from the wikipedia under Sabotage as a tactic in War.
it just seems like a dilbert cartoon.
the final advice OSS sent to occupied countries, "Act Stupid"
Just when you think you've learned it all, that is when you find you haven't learned anything yet.

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