Not sure what is going on…with all the elevated terror warnings my city and the Metra seem to think that putting six police officers at my train station to hand out ticketsto riders that run in front of the gates when they are down is a good idea. Sure, the Metra has a responsibility to educate the riders and community on the dangers of crossing in front of trains, but six police officers? Today marks the third day of us, at one stop, looking at six officers talk and stand around while the terrorists are out there!! Why aren’t they looking for suspicious people with suspicious packages? What? What was that? Oh…yes…the terrorists are not causing problems…but how convenient for the people in power to hold the threat over our head. I just thought of a great joke…what is the difference between our VP and Mr Bin Laden? Our VP has a heart condition. (they both hide out in caves, we know exactly where they are at all times, they are both paid by US money, and both are making millions off of the terror threat) I love our country, do not get me wrong, but it does not mean I have to love every administration, and free speech gives me the right to talk about it.
Well it is WWDC time and Apple has released information about my friend and your’s Mac OS X Server, the new improved version. We finally get mobile home directories, I am really excited about that, but then Apple talks about “Certificate management”….gee I wonder if you can rename the cert files (when you serve more […]
This weekend I saw Michael Moore’s latest film Fahrenheit 9/11. I cannot remember a movie that struck so many emotions in a long time. The first few scenes caused tears to run down my face, later I was so frustrated I felt like I had a responsibility to my country to stand up and fight…to […]