From Slashdot: Easy Remote Access

February 7, 2005

Someone on slashdot asked about the best way to get remote access to your home pc. Stinkydog answered:

I have my family connect their Windows machines directly to the Internet and to not bother with those pesky security updates. Within an hour, the internet installs all the remote access tools I need. Ftp servers, irc bots and keystroke loggers are just some of the handy tools that come through this way. I have to go, I just got an email about Snow White and I can’t wait to check out the attachment.


If Bush had not invaded Iraq

October 20, 2004

From SunnyBlog via TrinPundit, a possible Kerry campaign speech:

There can be no doubt of Saddams ties to our terrorist enemies. We know that in 1998, after bin Laden issued his public fatwa against the United States, two al Queda members went to Iraq where they met with Iraqi intelligence. Within weeks, an Iraqi delegation traveled to Afghanistan to meet with bin Laden and extend to him safe haven in Iraq. Bin Laden remained with the Talaban, but the invitation from Saddam was always there. Al-Zarqawi has long received refuge in Iraq. The terrorist Forouk Hijazi is known to train his forces there. Abu Nidal has safe haven in Baghdad as he plots murders. Abu Abbas, who planned the hijacking of the Achille Lauro, lives in safety in Iraq. And at Salman Pack, just south of Baghdad, terrorists train using the fuselage of a commercial jet airline. The trail of evidence revealing Saddam Husseins ties to terrorists is self-evident to all but those in the White House.

Christopher Hitchens is a GREAT writer

June 22, 2004

Reviewing Michael Moore’s recent work of propganda:

To describe this film as dishonest and demagogic would almost be to promote those terms to the level of respectability. To describe this film as a piece of crap would be to run the risk of a discourse that would never again rise above the excremental. To describe it as an exercise in facile crowd-pleasing would be too obvious. Fahrenheit 9/11 is a sinister exercise in moral frivolity, crudely disguised as an exercise in seriousness. It is also a spectacle of abject political cowardice masking itself as a demonstration of “dissenting” bravery.

If you want to see Michael Moore devastated, read the whole thing. I just loved this paragraph.

The Real Hussein

April 21, 2003

If you know Eminem, Just go there. If you don’t, go there anyway.