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The Mews Way

There’s a term the employees like to use at our place of business. It’s called “The Mews Way”. The definition is simple; it’s when you want to half-ass something; like fixing a door, redoing a floor, questionable cleaning of the Green Room – or really any part of the bar, having no stall for the Men’s Bathroom (You need to drop a deuce? 240 more words

Bar Story

Under oath: Computers can be rigged to fix election

My friend Kitty Myers wrote:

I first saw this on DW Ulsterman, who wrote: “Apparently from testimony following the 2004 election, this computer programmer makes clear UNDER OATH, of how easily it would be for an organization, be it Democrat or Republican, to “flip” the election outcome via a rather simple code. 85 more words

American Spirit

Entrust Bankcard: The Growth Factory

Admit it — when you were a kid, you thought everything was made in a factory that looked like the ones in

the cartoons – with a smokestack and dedicated workers who helped the company grow. 319 more words

Banking Services

Victory! Part I

You might have noticed I didn’t blog when I got home on election night, mildly drunk, at 3:45 AM. I was actually going to input a few words of inspiration, but my computer was dead. 868 more words

Murder, Spies & Voting Lies

Truthdig | October 29, 2008

Patty Sharaf’s new documentary “Murder, Spies & Voting Lies,” featuring election integrity journalist Brad Friedman, tells the story of Clint Curtis, a computer programmer who says a prominent Florida Republican asked him in the year 2000 to create software that could be used to rig the vote. 12 more words

Hacking Democracy- How easily Elections are rigged and testimony from a Congressional hearing about Voting Fraud!

My friend forwarded this to me, I guess it aired on HBO in May 2007. Pretty scary stuff about how easily the election can be rigged. 25 more words

Politics