Sitting is killing us. Or wait, maybe it’s standing. Yes, standing can be unhealthy, too. That’s according to the designers of the “chairless chair,” a half-stand, half-sit piece of furniture that will make life less terrible for workers who carry out long shifts on their feet. By taking weight off the joints and lower back, Swiss industrial design house Noonee contends that the chairless chair will decrease fatigue and increase productivity.
i want power armor
Do NOT Think Your Vote Does Not Count!
Not Voting Lets Them Win!
voting is an act of aggression.
no matter how you vote someone will be oppressed.
//This began the rise of Aperture Science.
…. Coat a house in this.
Ballistics tests when?
where can i get this shit?
Living is dangerous
Defend what you believe in, protect what you love. Armed Pacifism saves lives.
~ Pastor Decanus James
As it should be.
trust no one that would place throat under hell of law and order.
Waiting for the day when all women of the world has the right of a choice. The right to their own bodies.
they already do, rights cannot be given or taken away.
rights must be asserted regardless.
live in such a way that your very existence is an act of rebellion.
An employee working for the television show “Cops” was shot and killed by police in Omaha, Nebraska, as they responded to an armed robbery at a local restaurant. The suspected burglar was also killed.
Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer said “Cops” crew member Bryce Dion, 38, was shot once when a shootout broke open between law enforcement and a suspected robber. Dion was one of the TV show’s workers accompanying police when they arrived at a Wendy’s fast-food restaurant, where the suspect reportedly fired on police.
The suspect, 32-year-old Cortez Washington was in possession of an airsoft gun as the situation unfolded. According to local WCVB News, witnesses and officers believed the gun – which looks real but only fires plastic pellets – was a legitimate weapon. When police struck Washington, he attempted to escape the restaurant, and police continued firing in his direction.
if i remember correctly the first person ever shot on cops was a cameraman.
Flexin on dese hos and also bein safe. Thanks.
All I’m saying is that if you keep sheep in a pen their whole lives, they never have to know what a wolf looks like, or how to fight it.
A sheep could never know how to fight a wolf even if it wanted to. Because it’s a sheep.
Birds born in cages do not know they can fly.
actually they do, my mom raised birds for a while, they are very aware of their wings and feel the need to stretch and use them as we do with our legs.
As the acting cybersecurity chief of a federal agency, Timothy DeFoggi should have been well versed in the digital footprints users leave behind online when they visit web sites and download images.
But DeFoggi—convicted today in Maryland on three child porn charges including conspiracy to solicit and distribute child porn—must have believed his use of the Tor anonymizing network shielded him from federal investigators.
He’s the sixth suspect to make this mistake in Operation Torpedo, an FBI operation that targeted three Tor-based child porn sites and that used controversial methods to unmask anonymized users.
But DeFoggi’s conviction is perhaps more surprising than others owing to the fact that he worked at one time as the acting cybersecurity director of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. DeFoggi worked for the department from 2008 until January this year. A department official told Business Insider that DeFoggi worked in the office of the assistant secretary for administration as lead IT specialist but a government budget document for the department from this year (.pdf) identifies a Tim DeFoggi as head of OS IT security operations, reporting to the department’s chief information security officer.
The porn sites he’s accused of using—including one called PedoBook—were hosted on servers in Nebraska and run by Aaron McGrath, who has already been convicted for his role in the sites. The sites operated as Tor hidden services—sites that have special .onion URLs and that cannot normally be traced to the physical location where they are hosted.