Open thread Jan. 17, 2014 Dan Crawford | January 17, 2015 9:44 am Tags: open thread Comments (10) | Digg Facebook Twitter |
Okay Michael I bit. And it turned into a great video of one of my favorite songs so kudos to you.
That said blind links are the Devil’s Work. I mean it could have been ‘Puppies!!! Squee!!!” or a link to an ISIS beheading. Instead of a nice (if hot) blast from the past.
Missed the lack of a title on a link while concentrating on heat.
I played this and it got stuck at 0.02; minutes of course not F or C.
I would suggest an updated flash player or in other words, better information.
Though Flash is in general the Devil’s Work 2.0. Shockwave Flash crashes every browser on both my PC and Mac on a regular basis. And yes I have tried the suggested solutions to enable/unable the alternate installations. This not only doesn’t seem to work, it should be unnecessary.
Believe it or not; Shockwave Flash, whatever it is (has something to do with Earthcam which I use a lot of) just delayed me getting to this blog several times with its stupid pop up (it went lulu or something).
INSERTED INTO MY LATEST SPAM (linked below):
A wilder card? States could conceivably pass legislation that would allow the federal RICO statute to be applied to “consultants” conspiring with management to deny workers the use of the federally prescribed right to vote to certify a union — by firing any and all union proselytizers. Currently this economically ruinous extortion may not be considered a criminal offense. It does violate administrative law rules and if employers are found guilty they must pay (a relatively small) compensation to the worker for lost time (not a penalty).
If a state makes this deprivation of the most core human economic — and political — rights into a state crime, then, the federal RICO statute could be applied to perpetrators within that state. Their crime fits under “extortion” for purposes of such a statute (it’s just possible it already fits today). The feds used RICO to chase the mob out of our unions — time for RICO to chase the union busting mob out.
this reminds me, it’s been over a year since i deleted flash cookies (anti spyware doesnt touch them)
Course, my comment had nothing to do with flash.