Archive For The “Technology” Category

New Stealth Helicopter

By | May 6, 2011

The latest talk on the bin Laden raid has been a supposedly new stealth helicopter that was use by the Navy Seals during the raid. While it is not all that surprising in many respects that we may have a new stealth helicopter. The surprising thing is that it has been kept a secret until […]

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Disturbing off label marketing by Pfizer

By | April 8, 2010

Disturbing what Pfizer did with Bextra, now on American Greed. Sales representatives got financial incentives to push the drug for off label uses: tropical getaways, seats at sporting events, expensive wine, etc all based on marketing. All for a drug that didn’t solve pain any better, but just had extra risk like heart attack, stroke, […]

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Cops ask for Guns and get a SAM launcher; oops Anti tank weapon casing

By | August 21, 2007

This is a picture of, what was assumed to be, a SAM launcher. A SAM (acronym meaning surface to air missile) is as its name implies a SAM is designed to shot down airplanes. Of course the police and CNN seemed to have wrongly identified it as a SAM launcher initially, and as far as […]

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Can Anyone Challenge Wikipedia?

By | March 26, 2007

We all know of the world’s greatest source of information, Wikipedia. Students begin (and sometimes end) all research on Wikipedia. Any one with a medical disorder goes to the site to get their prognoses. If you want to know what a Billiken is you go to Wikipedia. (Go search what a Billiken is anyway, it […]

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Viacom versus YouTube

By | March 17, 2007

Many concerns have been raised pertaining to the free flowing nature of information and content in the modern industrial age. Besides the burgeoning identity theft industry, major questions have been raised over the legality of copyrighted content on the Internet. Specifically, the media giant YouTube has been targeted for its blind spot towards copyrighted shows. […]

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Cell tower or Water tower? The dilemma of where to put new cellular towers (part 2)

By | March 13, 2007

Is this a picture of a cellular tower or a water tower. You guessed it; it is both a cell tower and a water tower. As many of you may remember I put up a picture of a cell tower off the Mass Pike back in August, that was made to look like a tree. […]

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Time Magazine person of the year is you!

By | December 20, 2006

You heard right You are indeed time Magazine’s Person of the Year. Now that you know you may be wondering how you are Time Magazine’s Person of The Year. This year time decided that no one person had the greatest influence upon society, although they acknowledged all these influential people such as President Bush, Vice […]

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Bam, Right Through The Screen!

By | December 16, 2006

Modern video games have come under tremendous critisism over the past few years for promoting violence, immoral conduct, and degenerate children. Games like Grand Theft Auto and Halo on the PS2 and X-Box feature fictonal characters murdering and dismembering their enemies with an evil passion. However all of this violence and dangerous behavior stays on […]

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Corney Sunglasses, or Rather Sunglassey Corn

By | September 30, 2006

Scientist say that corn based fuel products may propell our cars in the future. Well, now Wal-Mart believes corn based eye wear will propell our vision into the future. In an tactic I call, hippie fishing, Wal-Mart has stocked 100% eco-friendly sunglasses. These glasses are hip, stylish, and full of crap, in the recycled variety […]

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The dilemma of where to put new cellular towers

By | August 29, 2006

Can you spot the cellular tower in the picture below? I’ll give you a clue; it doesn’t look like you average cell tower. It is camouflaged, as a tree. Apparently people don’t want to look at the ugly cell towers so someone decided to make it look even uglier by attempting to make it look […]

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