It's time for a new tea party,
and this time derivatives securities are getting the soak. CNBC's Rick Santelli, reporting from the Chicago trading floor, wants to know if you're willing to pay for your neighbour's mortgage
. He suggests a national referendum
to let Americans vote on the $275 billion dollar foreclosure prevention plan. The markets have already cast their vote.
posted on Feb-19-09 at 1:38 PM
Greenlighters are an emerging underground movement
of sexually promiscuous teenagers, including bisexual, homosexual, and heterosexual members. Members of this movement wear a green polo shirt with the collar up, indicating that they are open to pretty much any sexual adventure. When someone comes up to them and puts the collar down, they are "collared" and will go with that person and do whatever sexual act they ask. Transfer of money is not usually involved. Some parent groups are starting to get involved - urging parents to go through their kids clothes and confiscate green shirts and polos. Supposedly this has been going on since mid-2004 and may be related to the "chavs" in Britain somehow.
posted on Jul-2-05 at 7:56 PM
I'm sure this isn't news to anybody
, but Judge Colleen has decided that the Seattlement
stands as originally crafted. Of course, the States can always appeal. Has Microsoft won? Has the consumer lost? Discuss.
posted on Nov-1-02 at 2:43 PM
Map-making for fun and profit
! How would you
like to be born on Buttlickin Ave
? Is this for real? Or Someone messing with yahoo's map software? Inquiring minds want to know!
posted on Oct-16-02 at 10:39 AM
Tamyra Gray eliminated!
Wow, what an upset. I'm embarrassed to admin that I watch this show, but I do watch it. You should have seen the look on the judges faces when she was voted off - total shock. Word on the street is, people are using software to war-dial the voting system
and vote for Nikki McKibbin. Is this Fox's fault for not securing their voting system, or is it just part of today's new Internet paradigm?
posted on Aug-21-02 at 7:08 PM
This new RIAA lawsuit
really frosts my cookies
! I can't believe the Recording Industry Ass. of America
has the balls to think they can censor the Internet, but they contend that "As a matter of fact, copyright itself was written into the Constitution before the Framers ever even got to the first 10 amendments."
Therefore, the RIAA reserves for itself the right to determine which Internet websites you may view. Please discuss.
posted on Aug-17-02 at 10:03 AM
The Business Software Alliance
is now running new radio ads in the Chicago Area (on 101.1 FM and other channels) saying, "Is your boss riding you hard all day? Want to get your boss back? Call the BSA and tell us your boss is pirating software!" Is this extortion
or a necessary wake-up call?
posted on Jun-13-02 at 8:35 AM
was the schlock movie of the week tonight on the Pax network... featuring an intelligent virus spread by - wait for it - MP3 Files. How much do you suppose the RIAA pay for that gem?
posted on Apr-26-02 at 8:45 PM
The RIAA is at it again,
this time there are supposedly plans to DDoS people who are sharing "illegal" files. Via The Register and ZDnet.
posted on Oct-18-01 at 9:58 PM
The RIAA wants to hack your computer
) The RIAA tried to attach a rider to the anti-terrorism bill currently in Congress that would have allowed them to hack anyone's computer without consequence. One more reason why the RIAA is evil.
posted on Oct-15-01 at 9:22 AM
This sad chronicle
was just emailed to be by a friend. I found it interesting reading the day-by-day account of the horrible ordeal this kid is going through. Cancer is a terrible thing :(
posted on Jul-14-01 at 8:17 AM
joins the AYBABTU bandwagon
with this article:
Congress Adds 'All Your Base Are Belong To Us' Amendment To Bankruptcy Bill
WASHINGTON, DC-- Seeking to increase fiscal accountability among citizens who have no chance to survive make their time, the House of Representatives added an "All Your Base Are Belong To Us" amendment Monday to H.R. 333, the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2001. "What you say!!!" shouted the bill's sponsor, Rep. George Gekas (R-PA), following the amendment's approval. "This bill will not only make debt-ridden Americans more accountable, but it has the added benefit of taking off every 'zig' for great justice." Opponents of the amendment protested that it would potentially set up U.S. the bomb.
posted on Mar-21-01 at 6:05 AM