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Sadly, I know that that the store shown is actually in NE, not SE, as stated in the video.
They suspect pulmonary embolism plus heart attack
How old is your neighbor?
Someone explain Katt Williams to me.
Louder, poor man's Chris Rock is how I've always interpreted him. Enjoyable in small doses.
"And I try to har-mo-nize with songs the lonesome sparrow sings...
There are no kings inside the Gates of Eden."
Hilarious if you watch one act.
Recycles material... terribly. All of his specials are the same- not sure why they even market them as being different.
I think he freaked out a few years ago- went nuts, got naked, walked into a hotel he wasn't staying at, got arrested. Haven't heard much since, but I stopped being a 17 year old black kid when I was 25. I'm no longer the authority on these things.
That is just an awesome sentence.
Didn't know him but 40ish from what I could glean, maybe younger
My first experience with Katt Williams was when I was dominating the streets of Liberty City under the alias Niko Bellic. I'd take ladies to the comedy club, grab a drink or two, and then go home and bone.
But then I moved onto Ricky Gervais and haven't looked back.
I was wondering because I've seen a few of his specials, and I've cracked a laugh maybe a couple times. My black friends (I have black friends) basically think I'm racist because I don't like him or Kevin Hart, and they swear by them. I just want to be sure I'm not turning into an OWG prematurely.
lol, one of the few bits of his I like is the one that he does in GTA. I thought I was insane for laughing at stand-up comedy on a video game.
Those whacky penguins, just like in Madagascar.
Accounts of unusual sexual activities among penguins, observed a century ago by a member of Captain Scotts polar team, are finally being published
FUCK TICKETMASTER AND TICKETBROKERS.
I am an expert at getting tickets. No chance all tickets for Book of Mormon were gone within 10 seconds today
just wait for the movie.
Does Chik-fil-A not understand that by closing on Sunday, it makes me despise religion?
Here is an article about it.
The recently discovered computer worm Flame could have been created only by "world-class" cryptographers, say experts in the field who have discovered that the malware uses a previously unseen cryptographic attack.
Flame installs itself on a target computer by hijacking the Windows Update system. Normal updates are signed with a digital certificate that verifies their origin, but Flame's creators were able to fake their own certificate.
Such certificates are signed by a hash algorithm that converts any digital data into a short sequence of characters. It isn't possible to recover the original data from this sequence, but it can be used to verify it, allowing the hash sequence to act as a virtual "signature". Crucially, it should be very difficult to discover two pieces of data that convert to the same hash sequence - otherwise someone can perform a "collision attack", generating a spoof hash sequence without knowing the original data.
That's exactly what Flame's authors have done, though it isn't the first time the feat has been achieved. In 2008 cryptographer Mark Stevens and colleagues showed that the oft-used MD5 hash algorithm is vulnerable to collision attacks - a feat that required 200 PlayStation 3 consoles to crunch through the numbers to find a match.
Now Stevens and others have analysed Flame's code and discovered it uses a previously unseen variant of the attack, probably developed before his research was published, allowing the attackers to calculate the exact hash sequence used by Microsoft's update system.
"The results have shown that not our published chosen-prefix collision attack was used, but an entirely new and unknown variant," says Stevens. "This has led to our conclusion that the design of Flame is partly based on world-class cryptanalysis."
Whoever designed Flame, they are now trying to cover their tracks. Antivirus firm Symantec says that computers infected with Flame have received a "suicide" update module designed to completely remove the worm. It appears that this module was created on 9 May, just a few weeks before the malware became publicly known.
Well, at least the dead guy didn't sit up and try to eat your face, so I guess you dodged a bullet there also.
So for all you workers out there, I have a question. How much do you really work during the day? I'm interning this summer in my first real desk job and it seems like all I do at my cubicle is browse the internet and wait for hours for people to email me back about data I need so that I can actually do my work. Is this always the case? Like in an eight hour day I feel like only 1.5-2 hours of it is actually spent being productive
That's about right for me for my entire career. I mean, I'll have fits of activity here or there but that's pretty typical. I would literally go insane if I had entered the workforce before the invention of the Internet. I have no idea what I would do.
Drink and smoke cigarettes.
“Route 1, where everybody meets.” ~Nick Faust #5
I'd also probably sexually harass the secretarial pool and run over someone's foot with a riding lawn mower.
Technically, it was someone from the secretarial pool who was driving the mower.
You are on the high side of the productivity time for most days.
It really sucks the soul out of you after a few years. Why do you think we have suque-board olympics?
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