Sagacious Himself — brevity in circumlocution: never blague — suffering genius

June 30, 2009

75642 elysiam fields

Filed under: bookmarkified — Sagacious Himself @ 12:07 am


June 28, 2009

new gmail account creation requires SMS validation — to create email instead

Filed under: All Your Base — Sagacious Himself @ 8:41 pm

gmail goes back to closed invitation

there is no way I am giving my mobile number to google.. no way.  I use gmail for disposable email and 419’ing.

means I’ll be abandoning gmail completely in favor of yahoo.

June 26, 2009

PX-850SA a great 6x burner

Filed under: Hardwares — Sagacious Himself @ 11:04 pm



SPA2102 configuration wizard

Filed under: bookmarkified — Sagacious Himself @ 9:53 pm

SPA2102 config wizard

NoCostConference freudian slip: without clients

Filed under: spam — Sagacious Himself @ 1:33 pm

other free conference calls

How safe are our email address in our contacts?  Will they be sold or made available to others?

We at NoCostConference value your privacy and our relationship with out clients.  We will never sell or share your email address with anyone.


June 24, 2009

Cisco ASA 5505 vs Juniper SSG 5

Filed under: bookmarkified — Sagacious Himself @ 12:31 pm


Cisco ASA 5505 vs Juniper SSG 5 – intial config differences

June 22, 2009

flawl3ss = feces

Filed under: liberate media — Sagacious Himself @ 1:00 pm

blutardray recodes by cretins

June 21, 2009

yahoo disposable email addresses

Filed under: bookmarkified — Sagacious Himself @ 2:45 pm

How do Yahoo! AddressGuard’s disposable email addresses work?

Getting Started With AddressGuard

yahoo disposable email addresses

detect virtual machine

Filed under: bookmarkified — Sagacious Himself @ 11:01 am

Click to access ThwartingVMDetection_Liston_Skoudis.pdf

detect virtual machine

June 20, 2009

less opendns

Filed under: bookmarkified — Sagacious Himself @ 12:02 pm

edit: see also Pirate bay P2P DNS, dot-p2p

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IAX2: S100-FX

Filed under: CIO — Sagacious Himself @ 10:18 am


June 19, 2009

Contraception: the ‘common ground’ that devastates family life

Filed under: Faith_,Intellect,moralphobia — Sagacious Himself @ 5:31 pm

And if contraception became widely accepted, Pope Paul asked:

Who will blame a government which… resorts to the same measures that are regarded as lawful by married people …? Who will prevent public authorities from favoring those contraceptive methods which they consider more effective? Should they regard this as necessary, they may even impose their use on everyone.

June 16, 2009

PX-880SA : Sanyo inside allegedly

Filed under: Hardwares — Sagacious Himself @ 9:45 am

Plextor PX-880SA promised to be authentic plextor gear



edit: plextor FALSEHOOD … a PLDS production with plextor proprietary firmware

June 12, 2009

rhymes that might have irritated you on long bus field trips, too

Filed under: category euthanized — Sagacious Himself @ 4:34 am

one bright day in the middle of the night
two dead boys got up to fight
back to back they faced each other
drew their swords and shot each other

a deaf policeman heard the noise
came and shot the two dead boys

ask the blind man he saw it too

— number nine

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June 11, 2009

on the alleged “science” of psychology

Filed under: Intellect,scientifical — Sagacious Himself @ 8:15 am

the practiced art of psychology is brain damaging

There is a relationship between the mind and the brain, but this relationship is almost completely unknown and not understood. The same is true for any chemical reactions or events that occur concurrent with imagination, thoughts or feelings. There is some relationship, but it is poorly understood. In fact, the entire framework of the relationship is poorly conceived. Modern “scientific” fields, since they haven’t been able to study or detect these things with the physical senses or laboratory measuring devices have taken a drastic leap and declared that these things therefore don’t exist. They have therefore asserted that these things don’t deserve recognition, and should be ignored in any “legitimate” study of man, the mind, and human behavior. John Watson, a typical behavioral psychologist had this to say:

The extent to which most of us are shot through with a savage background is almost unbelievable…. One example of such a religious concept is that every individual has a soul which is separate and distinct from the body…. No one has ever touched a soul, or seen one in a test tube, or has in any way come into relationship with it as he has with the other objects of his daily experience ….

The behaviorist asks: Why don’t we make what we can observe the real field of psychology? Let us limit ourselves to things that can be observed, and formulate laws concerning only those things. Now what can we observe? We can observe behavior – what the organism does or says. And let us point out at once: that saying is doing – that is, behaving. . . – John Watson, behaviorist

Strangely, the study of the mind has come into the peculiar position of being a study that denies the mind! That’s like biology denying the existence of biological organisms, but going on pretending to still be the science of biological organisms while actually dealing with something else entirely. A subject can’t exist if it denies the very basis of its own existence by definition. That is the state of modern western psychology and psychiatry. Mmmm? They can’t and shouldn’t exist, but they do. The entire structure of these subjects as they currently exist is a sham. ‘free’ toolbars and regsitry abuse

Filed under: DARPA — Sagacious Himself @ 1:43 am


Click to access ToolbarSetupInApplication.pdf


REGISTRYEDITOR: function() {
EBWindows_CT[account].WindowsShellExecute(‘regedit.exe’, null, true);

pop3 but no imap4 support?  😦

fun license tidbits

Conduit retains the exclusive right: (i) to determine which Toolbar Components, Hosted Toolbar Pages or tools will be available for the use of Publisher in the Environment; (ii)  to add or remove the Toolbar Components or other tools from the Environment or change the settings and/or appearance of the Environment at any given time, without prior notice to Publisher; and (iii) dynamically update the Environment and/or Toolbar Components and/or Toolbar software versions, without prior notice to Publisher.


medical news until it’s now

Filed under: Healthy — Sagacious Himself @ 12:36 am

sounds like Reuters…

more than 400 news stories in just two days reported that a study had found conclusive evidence that fast food makes children stupid and lowers their school tests scores. How many journalists do you think actually went to the original source and read the study?


How can we be so sure?

Because there is no published study in a peer-reviewed journal. There was no ability for educational or health professionals, let alone a journalist, to examine the research and its methodology, data and interpretations.

How much money does it take to buy your child’s educational curriculum?


That’s all it took to get curriculum standards for our nation’s schools published, as well as policies “to fight childhood obesity and promote healthy eating and physical activity” developed and mandated in schools by State Boards of Education… without any sound evidence that they are effective or safe.

June 10, 2009

rhymes that might have irritated you on long bus field trips, too

Filed under: all these — Sagacious Himself @ 6:12 pm

Miss Annie had a steamboat
the steamboat had a bell
Miss Annie went to Heaven
the steamboat went to
give me number nine.
If you disconnect me
I’ll kick your fat
the ‘frigerator
there was a piece of glass.
Mary sat upon it
and broke her big fat
me no more questions
I’ll tell you no more lies.
Tell that to your mother
the day before she dies.


June 9, 2009

psychiatrists, snake oil salesmen in essence, admit ineffectiveness of antidepressants for most of their patients… so close to admitting their non-science is as pointless

Filed under: All Your Base — Sagacious Himself @ 11:15 am

placebo effective at treating vast majority of depression patients

why do so many insist on refering to this quackery as science or even medicine?

stellarium more free than planetarium

Filed under: DARPA,Download — Sagacious Himself @ 10:02 am

a free open source planetarium for your computer. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what you see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope.
It is being used in planetarium projectors. Just set your coordinates and go.

yay stellarium

I’m still waiting for something that will print charts onto transparencies to be held at arm’s length to map the sky by eye

will BobSpam spam me?

Filed under: DARPA — Sagacious Himself @ 8:52 am

let’s find out

setup a virgin hotmail-, aim-, or mail account — each offers free POP3 access.   gmail is still evil.

singup for BobSpam 30 day trial:

login to webmail account a few times a month… for a few months and see how much mail past initial contact with bobspam I receive…

adsweep, the other adblock for chrome: yet another reminder to download adblocking technology missing from googe browser

Filed under: DARPA,Download,Geeky goodness — Sagacious Himself @ 8:11 am

first:  STOP using chrome.   No, this is not about firefox.  This is about privacy.

Use Chromium… a particular build of Chromium.  Chrome is a build of Chromium; it’s all about the information harvesting.  Iron is a build of Chromium.

Iron Chromium is what you REALLY WANT: , click American flag, software, iron, download, click, wait brief seconds at 144 Mbits/sec, run setup, clickity click, run Iron.  Enjoy the same experience as Chrome without the Faustian hand-off to google.


which itself ironically has banner ads (the site and not the product).


ads mostly gone.  sure, it’s nowhere near as awesome as the tools for Firefox* but it’s certainly MUCH better than the unmaintained, adblock format based on a FanBoy blocklist Iron Chromium offers in its native adblock engine with SRware’s adblock.ini …  AdSweep is a big help … though I am CONFIDENT SRware will patch up their native adblock engine and integrate it with the context menu (for easy right click on ANY ad / annoyance for quick blocking across sessions)

compare Iron Chromium to Chrome Chromium


Iron Chromium portable — the only stable portable version of Chromium


SUBSTANTIAL difference between Iron’s adblock.ini and AdSweepers extension / user script

AdSweep HIDES ads with CSS

adblock.ini BLOCKS ads with pixie dust


AdSweep does NOT enhance your privacy.   While the current incarnation of Firefox and greasemonkey and AdSweep rely on the page completely loading, unlike Chromium, future versions of Greasemonkey alledgedly will be able to act pre-render of the page.  yay!




AdBlock Plus
AdBlock Plus Element Hiding Helper
Remove It Permanently
Yet Another Remove It Permanently
RefControl – default set to Forge



Filed under: bookmarkified — Sagacious Himself @ 4:47 am

“emergency” broadcast system test interrupts newt gingrich speech on C-Span

Filed under: category euthanized — Sagacious Himself @ 2:52 am

Cannot imagine that happenning when Greatleader is speaking…

voight calls for end of obama opression on C-Span monday night

Filed under: category euthanized — Sagacious Himself @ 1:35 am

later .. ~ “the same people who brought us the DMV now want to build cars”

June 8, 2009

obamessiah, greatleader, eerily uses PAST tense when refering to greatness of America

Filed under: Gross Politix,Knowledge,Marxism — Sagacious Himself @ 2:59 pm

Obama: America WAS great???

^^ surely the racists who occupy executive offices of the land will not apply black studies, “the evilness of whiteness“, to the hostname of the President’s home on the interweb: ?



obamessiah, greatleader, spake:

“The United States has been one of the greatest sources of progress that the world has ever known.”

HAS been?   Is- and continues to be THE greatest source of liberty defense.  Yes, greatleader’s Marxism shines through in his use of “progress” in a weak communist linkage attempt to shedding of blood… forsooth, greatleader!

“We were born out of revolution against an empire.  We were founded upon the ideal that all are created equal, and we have shed blood and struggled for centuries to give meaning to those words — within our borders, and around the world.  We are shaped by every culture, drawn from every end of the Earth, and dedicated to a simple concept:  E pluribus unum — ‘Out of many, one.'”


Crafty greatleader avoids mention of the First Mover, source of our rights in alluded to by ‘ideals’.  Excellent no discussion of rights, their source, or inalienability!   He also attempts to be ‘gender neutral’, if only his father had been gender neutered before entering fatherhood, by not-saying “all men are created”.

Good show, greatleader, defer to the greater irrationals by not only not correctly quoting the original language of the founding fathers, but also for not-giving meaning to your words in a self referential style by using ‘give meaning’.     Your double speak is very progressive!

You may be trying to dedicate your racist, seperatist self- and sycophants to ‘E pluribus unum’, but that much like your entire ideology HAS been- and continues to fail entirely.

He does eventually mention ‘rights’ but in the most creative context.  It is a similar context to Islam being essential in our founding:

“I also know that Islam has always been a part of America’s story. …  And since our founding, American Muslims have enriched the United States.”


“Moreover, freedom in America is indivisible from the freedom to practice one’s religion.”


Really, do explain that, greatleader!


“That’s why the United States government has gone to court to protect the right of women and girls to wear the hijab and to punish those who would deny it.”


Please do update us, obamessiah, on your understanding of the baseless “separation of church and state”!


“And I believe that America holds within her the truth that regardless of race, religion, or station in life, all of us share common aspirations — to live in peace and security; to get an education and to work with dignity; to love our families, our communities, and our God.  These things we share.  This is the hope of all humanity.”


‘Dignity’, but no mention of Life or Liberty?  ‘Peace and security’, but no mention of pursuit of happiness? ‘Truth’, what is that truth?  ‘Get an education’, but no mention of how or the lessons of history?  ‘Get’, as if a right?   ‘Love’, but no mention virtue, sacrifice, or personal responsibility?  ‘Regardless of race’ and ‘all humanity’, yet you continue to refer to yourself as ‘African American’?


What about terrorism?  Your attempt at lofty wordsmithery at one point compares the impact of one effect to all but limit terrorism to a small area with a small impact:

“For we have learned from recent experience that when a financial system weakens in one country, prosperity is hurt everywhere. … When violent extremists operate in one stretch of mountains, people are endangered across an ocean.   … That is the responsibility we have to one another as human beings.”


‘That’?   Literally, what is THAT that?

“And this is a difficult responsibility to embrace.”

Now it’s a ‘this’?

“subjugating one another in pursuit of their own interests… such attitudes are self-defeating”

Akin to inflicting medical costs upon all instead of assuming responsibility for one’s own expenses?

“Our problems must be dealt with through partnership; our progress must be shared.”

Shared cost?  Or America continuing to foot the bill via debt to the world thereby financially subjegating ALL Americans to the will of the world.  Brilliant scheme, greatleader, globalized socialism!


“We must face these tensions squarely.”


Will you resolve the mutually exclusive positions of Islam (destroy Western Civilization) with  Western Civilization (defend the God given right to free exercise of liberty)?



“In Ankara, I made clear that America is not — and never will be — at war with Islam.”


Ahh the great defense of pure pacifism in WWI/II French/Italian style.  That worked out so well for them!  Walk softly and never touch sticks.


uh, oh, liberalists; greatleader further undermines your baseless cries of “Bush lied”.  You could never CITE ‘the bush lie’ verbatim, but now you must sit quietly and list:

“But let us be clear:  Al Qaeda killed nearly 3,000 people on [9/11]….  al Qaeda chose to ruthlessly murder these people, claimed credit for the attack, and even now states their determination to kill on a massive scale.  They have affiliates in many countries and are trying to expand their reach.  These are not opinions to be debated; these are facts to be dealt with.”


“I believe that the Iraqi people are ultimately better off without the tyranny of Saddam Hussein …. Today, America has a dual responsibility:  to help Iraq forge a better future — and to leave Iraq to Iraqis.  .. we pursue no bases, and no claim on their territory or resources.  Iraq’s sovereignty is its own.”


Iraq’s sovereignty was won, like that of much of the now E.U., with the BLOOD OF AMERICANS via AMERICAN armed forces.  Iraq’s sovereignty was NOT won with finger wagging, speeches, or sternly worded letters — this route had been tried for two decades by the feckless “united” nations.

Our war against fascism in Iraq was not monetarily free either.  To walk away without expectation of compensation is continued American FOLLY.  Freedom is not free though greatleader finds greatleader free to quote Jefferson without mention of the Tree of Liberty.


“So America will defend itself, respectful of the sovereignty of nations and the rule of law.”


Obamessiah errantly tries to link sovereignty with rule of [international] law axiomatically.  “International law” is a gross misnomer at best!


“On the other hand, it is also undeniable that the Palestinian people — Muslims and Christians — have suffered in pursuit of a homeland.”


Sovereignty is won through force of will through bloodshed.  Israel has established their sovereignty.

Suffering is not to be avoided, per se, greatleader.  Palestine has a state of their own.  They will not usurp Israel, nor succeed in destroying it as is their aspiration.


“For decades then, there has been a stalemate:  two peoples with legitimate aspirations, each with a painful history that makes compromise elusive.”


The annihilation of Israel is NOT a legitimate aspiration!! Our greatleader loves to take on mutually contradictory positions while embracing each as equally true in every respect.

We look forward to greatleader removing electronic voting and returning to the ever simple to master: poking a hole in paper


America does not presume to know what is best for everyone, just as we would not presume to pick the outcome of a peaceful election.”


And greatleader also assures us he will not pursue: big government, socialism, sexualizing our youth, slaughtering our infants, free health services on demand at the cost to all via medical worker enslavement, or driving faith from government.


“Suppressing ideas never succeeds in making them go away.”


The prolitareate thanks you again, greatleader!


“there are some [like myself] who advocate for democracy only when they’re out of power [like I was last year]; once in power, they are ruthless in suppressing the rights of others [like I have been].”


Yes, greatleader, your say one thing do another policy is as astounding as you say it is.

You confound us with your magnimity:

“You must maintain your power through consent [even of dead people], not coercion [like our IRS and DEA]; you must respect the rights of minorities [like righteous white males], and participate with a spirit of tolerance [of evil] and compromise [of ethics]; you must place the interests of your people and the legitimate workings of the political process above your party [by controlling all aspects of your goverment through one party]”


Freedom for all who server greatleader!

“Islam has a proud tradition of tolerance.”

It does?  Since when?  Like in India now?  Or perhaps in the cries of Imams the world over calling for the destruction of America?



I have no problem with apostate-Muslims living in America; it is the Muslims with which I take issue.   With more self contradictory tennants than wicca, Islam cannot be lived.  Good people of which there are billions try to live a good life well when born into Islam.  They, the apostate, succeed at living life well but cannot be considered Muslim.  All men seek the good and true to the best of his capacity unless perverted by harsh external influence or self inflicted wounds seeking lesser goods in place of higher goods or worse still through habituation continue seeking those lesser goods.  — Sagacious Himself

June 7, 2009

opera 8 not so awesome

Filed under: Download — Sagacious Himself @ 9:20 pm

opera not awesome at all  .. if only opera 9 played well in pre-install


reuters massacres truth in much the same way RIAA inflicted USA law upon Sweden that prompted a parliment seat win

Filed under: all these — Sagacious Himself @ 9:09 pm

reuters slightly less inaccurate than the unAmerican fascism of RIAA/MPAA


Pirate Party captured 7.1 percent of votes in Sweden in the Europe-wide ballot, enough to give it a single seat. The party wants to deregulate copyright, abolish the patent system and reduce surveillance on the Internet.

accurate quote

“We are very strong among those under 30. They are the ones who understand the new world the best. And they have now signalled they don’t like how the big parties deal with these issues.”

NOT accurate:

The case cast a spotlight on the issue of internet file-sharing, a technique used to download movies, music and other content


reuters massacres truth in much the same way RIAA inflicted USA law upon Sweden that prompted a parliment seat win

Filed under: Gross Politix — Sagacious Himself @ 6:09 pm


<blockquote>Pirate Party captured 7.1 percent of votes in Sweden in the Europe-wide ballot, enough to give it a single seat. The party wants to deregulate copyright, abolish the patent system and reduce surveillance on the Internet.</blockquote>

accurate quote

<blockquote>”We are very strong among those under 30. They are the ones who understand the new world the best. And they have now signalled they don’t like how the big parties deal with these issues.”</blockquote>

NOT accurate:

<blockquote>The case cast a spotlight on the issue of internet file-sharing, a technique used to download movies, music and other content</blockquote>


reuters slightly less inaccurate than the unAmerican fascism of RIAA/MPAA


June 6, 2009

yahoo webmail javascript detection less reliable than expected

Filed under: category euthanized — Sagacious Himself @ 11:34 pm

… especially since it wored in a previous browser session on firefox 1.0.6 (yes, there was a good reason for legacy fox at the time)

bad karma for internet explorer 8 development team

Filed under: DARPA — Sagacious Himself @ 10:29 pm

stolen karma is bad karma

many inprivate features bear a striking resemblance to the firefox extension “karma blocker”

Though the extension is currently not being developed AFAICT, likely owing to derisive comments, one may still hope an email antispam approach will be applied to future firefox exntesions of a similar kind.

June 5, 2009

bookmarkify tweakness

Filed under: bookmarkified — Sagacious Himself @ 9:21 am

MIMO-OFDM Design using LabVIEW

Click to access 08_Wednesday_Abstracts.pdf

Click to access CanopyTradeInprogramGuidelines.pdf,21276813

Click to access topic15.pdf

MoCA and DBS Channel Stacking Switch technology

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