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1  Getbig Alternative Boards / Relationship Talk, Questions, Pictures & More! (18+) / Re: Sex Board...... Random Pic Thread on: March 12, 2014, 02:21:42 AM

For Red Head Lovers
Is it sick and wrong to want to see her with red hairy armpits?
2  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / Re: The Senate-CIA Blowup Threatens a Constitutional Crisis on: March 12, 2014, 01:59:22 AM
Snowden accuses Senate Intelligence Committee chair of hypocrisy

Only hours after United States Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-California) lashed out at the Central Intelligence Agency for allegedly spying on congressional committee members, former government contractor Edward Snowden accused her of hypocrisy.

Sen. Feinstein — the chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee — made headlines early Tuesday morning by calling out the CIA on the floor of Congress. Committee member staffers were unknowingly monitored by the CIA while investigating the agency’s use of enhanced interrogation techniques, Feinstein said, potentially violating the Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution and a presidential order barring the CIA from domestic spying.

By early afternoon, NBC News had acquired a statement authored by Mr. Snowden, a former National Security Agency contractor who has been accused of espionage for disclosing sensitive documents pertaining to US government’s vast surveillance operations.

“It's clear the CIA was trying to play 'keep away' with documents relevant to an investigation by their overseers in Congress, and that's a serious constitutional concern,” Snowden told NBC News. “But it's equally if not more concerning that we're seeing another 'Merkel Effect,' where an elected official does not care at all that the rights of millions of ordinary citizens are violated by our spies, but suddenly it's a scandal when a politician finds out the same thing happens to them."

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well, that's kinda a good point lol... oops...
3  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / Re: The Senate-CIA Blowup Threatens a Constitutional Crisis on: March 11, 2014, 11:04:48 PM
This shit is getting way bigger than Watergate imo and Feinstein is a fucking klutz at best being the one to release/voice these problems...  If anything her stupid mouth downplays the real seriousness of it.
4  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / Re: Rudy on Putin: "THAT'S what you call a leader..." on: March 06, 2014, 05:30:52 AM
Last time I checked, Putin was elected.  It's common practice on the part of the West to refer to Putin as a dictator to try invalidate his position in office.  I guess the elections in the West are completely free of any fraud?  Florida anyone?  If Putin is a dictator, what do you call "Mr. Executive Order", Barrack Obama?  The man who brought you the National Defense Authorization Act.
And fucking priceless is McCain meeting with freaking actual Nazis in Ukraine, people who actually have met with and commemorate the old generation of German Nazis and those same "Neo" Nazis playing a major part in what just went down at our behest but Putin is the one we're comparing to Hitler lolololol....  Fucking Bigtime... LOLOLOLOL... WTF....?? ??
5  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / Re: Everything Obama goes nears turns to S#$$% on: March 03, 2014, 08:58:37 PM
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6  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / Re: NSA spying on cell phone apps and gathering data - more lies from Obama on: January 28, 2014, 08:31:06 AM
Citizens actually believe the government xares about rhem and has their best interesrs in mind.

No one pays attention to all the horrible things that governments (inclusing our own) have done to their citizens.....

hell, someone posted a story on the G and O about how the US government intentionally poisoned alcohol during prohibition to try and deter people from drinking, which resulted in thousands of innocent civilians dying..... and they knew it, and kept doing it, all because they 'didnt want the citizens to drink'.

If theyre willing to kill their own citizens to deter drinking, imagine what theyre willing to do for more serious agendas.....
The worst part is that people think all the worst shit happened decades ago and it just absolutely can't happen now.  That shit is the most dangerous thinking imaginable.  When they know everything, right down to your dna and what that means, it's really bad.  If not today, absolutely tomorrow.
7  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / Re: NSA spying on cell phone apps and gathering data - more lies from Obama on: January 28, 2014, 07:38:20 AM
And what about all of the genetic info they have been collecting on everybody?  Nobody has been mentioning that?

Oh you never gave your genetic info?  Well you probably have already... Doesn't matter, they have what they need on you from your kid, from your parents etc... Not to mention they usually take this info from you without your consent and that's an actual fact.  Your doctor visit may have provided more than you thought...  The database on this kind of shit is huge and way beyond what the average person understands it to be.  Why does it matter?  Maybe today, nothing... maybe tomorrow, everything....
8  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / Re: NSA spying on cell phone apps and gathering data - more lies from Obama on: January 28, 2014, 07:22:46 AM
I just lol because when I mentioned 5 or so years ago that the government was doing all this shit I was gaffed off as a paranoid nutter.  

I'm actually fucking shocked that people are shocked this shit is happening lol... If you're shocked our government was doing this, WTF were you dumbasses thinking?

Q: is it wrong on every level?
A: uh, yea...

Q: What's the government going to do about it?
A: Toss them more money to fix the problem which will actually go into doing everything they are doing now plus more.  You think the problem is fixed; they get more money to dig deeper into everyone's lives.  oh yea, awesome lol....
9  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Conspiracy Theories Board / Re: Snowden conspiracy nobody has mentioned. on: January 22, 2014, 04:48:24 AM
Interesting but not likely.  Snowden also angered the entire intel community by blowing sources and exposing methods.  Not saying his whistleblowing wasn't worthwhile but the flip side is pretty damning.  A lot of work (and assets) down the toilet.
But, if what I said is true, they couldn't pass it off without taking some damage to sell it so that would be an expected expense for an operation like this.

It's just a thought, I'm not set on it as a good theory either.  Just something that hasn't been mentioned so I thought WTH...  
10  Getbig Misc Discussion Boards / Conspiracy Theories Board / Snowden conspiracy nobody has mentioned. on: January 22, 2014, 04:37:41 AM
Now stay with me for a second; what if he has been working for us the whole time?  Sounds crazy right?

He's leaked some damaging shit, or so the media has beefed it up to be with every single leak.

But most of what he has leaked is shit that regular people and entire nations kinda already assumed we were already doing and they were also doing--in other words, not news whatsoever....

So what would be the point in our supporting a Snowden type traitor?  

We're starting to see a move by government toward reforms that suggest people and nations won't be watched like they were before, people and nations that had assumed already they were watched and tracked in every way already.

So is this entire thing a move to ultimately lighten the guard of people and nations or even real terrorists under a new sense of false security in the Snowden aftermath with the "reforms" coming?

Before Snowden, maybe it was the case that everyone was so on guard they couldn't get the intel they wanted.
11  Getbig Main Boards / General Topics / Re: Tony Homo on: December 19, 2013, 04:50:54 AM
I bet the whole team would improve with a new owner. 
12  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / Barbara Walters: “We” Really Thought Obama was "the next Messiah," or Something on: December 19, 2013, 04:14:41 AM
but in all fairness, many of us would have voted for a fucking dung beetle and thought it the messiah after 8 years of Bush and the party backing him.  Republicans and Bush helped Obama get elected, "bigtime" lol.
13  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / Re: Post your favorite political music. on: November 28, 2013, 07:20:54 AM
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14  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / Re: Post your favorite political music. on: November 28, 2013, 07:13:55 AM
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15  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / Re: Dishonored Gay Marine fakes anti-gay note on check. on: November 28, 2013, 05:33:22 AM
link won't work no matter what so here's the story from the link:  

The New Jersey waitress accused of lying about receiving an anti-gay note instead of a tip has a long history of lying and is always in need of “sympathy and empathy,” according to people who know her.

In addition to likely lying about getting anti-gay insults on a recent receipt, Dayna Morales, 22, is also accused of lying about her military service and falsely telling friends that she had brain cancer and that her home was severely damaged by Superstorm Sandy.

“Every story she comes up with has a lie,” coworker Julie Howat told the Journal News.

“Any tragedy that happened, she had to be a part of it. She needed sympathy and empathy,” she added.

A former classmate of Morales’ told the newspaper that you “can’t believe much of what she says.”

In what would certainly be the most egregious lie, Morales allegedly told friends that she somehow managed to survive an explosion that killed her entire platoon in Afghanistan.

A U.S. Marines spokesman confirmed that the waitress served in the Marine Corps Reserve until May 2013, but there was “no indication of combat service in Iraq or Afghanistan.”

Morales failed to “fulfill her reserve obligation,” the spokesman said.

More from the Journal News:

The explosion left her with back injuries that required surgery and a couple of months to recover, Larkin said Morales told her employer. But during her time off, Morales posted photos of herself on Facebook enjoying a trip to Florida with a girlfriend, they said.

Samantha Reidy of Pomona, who dated Morales for a month a couple of years ago, said Morales appeared to have undergone the back surgery, and sent pictures of herself in pain. But Reidy said Morales told her that she had a quick recovery that allowed her to take the trip. Morales, who stopped all contact with Reidy shortly after taking the trip to visit another girlfriend, got engaged to the other woman when she returned.

Reidy said poems penned by Morales during their courtship that she kept appeared to have matched the writing on the restaurant receipt, bringing into question whether Morales wrote the note on the receipt herself.

Morales has not been fired from the Gallop Asian Bistro in Bridgewater, N.J., however, she is not currently on the schedule to work.

16  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / Re: Congress should abolish the TSA - privatize airport screening on: November 27, 2013, 02:47:52 PM
That will just mean TSA checkpoints on a highway/interstate near you faster than they planned on doing it or maybe this was the plan all along.  They won't abolish shit; you'll just have to deal with them now every freaking time you take a road trip.
17  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / Re: Another Bush in the White House? on: November 22, 2013, 04:39:15 PM
18  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / Re: Missouri Executes Serial Killer Franklin on: November 20, 2013, 12:24:34 PM
19  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / TSA's $1 Bn 'Behavioral Detection' Program Slightly More Accurate Than Coin Flip on: November 19, 2013, 10:38:21 PM

TSA's $1 Billion 'Behavioral Detection' Program Only Slightly More Accurate Than A Coin Flip

 have yet to see a Government Accountability Office report that can't be described as "highly negative" -- at minimum. Most tend to fall somewhere between "brutal" and "scathing." This is a good thing, although I imagine any agency that is the subject of these reports strongly feels otherwise.

 Unfortunately, I'm also inclined to believe that I'll go to my grave before I see a GAO report giving its subject a thumbs up or a 3-out-of-5 star rating. This is a bad thing, because it suggests many of these agencies coast from scathing review to scathing review with minimal interest in improving things.

 The GAO's report on the TSA's Behavioral Detection program, SPOT (Screening of Passengers by Observation Techniques), is out and it's every bit as bad as the laborious lead-in above would have you believe. First off, any program that immediately conjures up this scene from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is a program that has some serious problems.

 Frank: Yeah, he probably just carved up his mother and father and he’s runnin’ away on the road.
 Dennis: That’s right.
 Mac: Could be, Frank. All I’m saying is that I’m ready for any situation. And that’s why you’re all safe as long as I’m around.
 Dennis: …Uh-huh.
 Mac: Yeah, I did an ocular pat-down and I cleared him.
 Frank: Say what?
 Dee: I’m sorry?
 Mac: I’m saying that I did an ocular assessment of the situation, garnered that he was not a security risk and I cleared him for passage.
 Dennis: What in the hell are you talking about?
 Mac: I’m talking about breaking down the security situation, clearing an individual and making it safe for passage.
The TSA has been attempting for years to up its security game. Rather than roll back questionable barn-door-closing policies, it has instead opted to increase the number of highly trained BDOs (Behavioral Detection Officers) deployed in our nation's airports. This has been slowly developing since 2007 and hasn't improved over the last half-decade. All told, nearly a billion dollars have been sunk into the program, with the end result being a scattershot system that the GAO says detects potential threats with an accuracy that is "the same or slightly better than chance."

 There are 99 pages full of investigative info and proposed remedies in the report, but most of what's wrong with the program is handled up front.

 Four years after the rollout, a Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) was assembled to test the program's accuracy by comparing SPOT's hit rate with randomly selected passengers. But any hopes of this test providing an accurate reflection of the program's efficacy was completely undermined by the TSA's refusal to share any pertinent data with the TAC.
According to the TAC report, TAC members received briefings from the contractor that described the study plans and results, but because of TSA’s security concerns, TAC members did not receive detailed information about the contents of the SPOT referral report, the individual indicators used in the SPOT program, the validation study data, or the final report containing complete details of the SPOT validation study results. The TAC report noted that several TAC members felt that these restrictions hampered their ability to perform their assigned tasks.
In other words, the TSA was so "concerned" about security that it prevented a committee tasked with evaluating its security program from performing its duties. And, obviously, the overriding concern was for the TSA's security, not the passengers' security. The stymied TAC still produced a report, but considering the number of limitations it was subjected to, its findings were relatively meaningless.

 The Behavioral Detection program was supposed to be the cutting edge of airport security, turning the agency into a smarter, more responsive security force. But instead of applying any sort of scientifically proven methods, the agency leaned heavily on BDO hunches. (This has been observed in other DHS agencies as well. The DHS notably stated in its Civil Liberties Assessment that CBP agent hunches should supersede any civil liberties concerns when it comes to searching electronics at the borders.)

 The GAO has the following to say about the "science" behind the SPOT program.
Peer-reviewed, published research does not support whether the use of nonverbal behavioral indicators by human observers can accurately identify deception. Our review of meta-analyses and other studies related to detecting deception conducted over the past 60 years, and interviews with experts in the field, question the use of behavior observation techniques, that is, human observation unaided by technology, as a means for reliably detecting deception. The meta-analyses, or reviews that synthesize the findings of other studies, we reviewed collectively included research from more than 400 separate studies on detecting deception, and found that the ability of human observers to accurately identify deceptive behavior based on behavioral cues or indicators is the same as or slightly better than chance (54 percent).

20  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / Re: Another Bush in the White House? on: November 19, 2013, 08:57:02 PM
21  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / Man with ‘assault rifle’ brings pistol-packing 12-year-old son to PDX airport on: November 05, 2013, 07:30:18 AM
A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.

end of story...

hope that helps...
22  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / Re: ObamaCare already collapsing based on early enrollee data. on: November 05, 2013, 07:00:18 AM
Sorry - ill get it.  Basically - the estimates are proving all wrong and young people are refusing to sign up and sicker older people are signing up in higher than expected numbers and many to Medicaid. 

Collapse coming. 
no that's good, don't go breaking their stupid copyright laws over it.
23  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / Re: ObamaCare already collapsing based on early enrollee data. on: November 05, 2013, 06:52:55 AM
I guess you have to be a subscriber to read the story?
24  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / Re: Obamacare Website Cost Taxpayers $634 Million, Faces Months of Glitches on: November 05, 2013, 06:27:33 AM
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LMFAO!!!!   Ha ha ha ha ha
oh cool... Andy Warhol is still alive...
25  Getbig Main Boards / Politics and Political Issues Board / Re: Obamacare Website Cost Taxpayers $634 Million, Faces Months of Glitches on: November 05, 2013, 06:05:54 AM
I agree.  Stunning that anybody who has either worked in govt, visited the DMV, VA, etc...  would think they are capable of handling this.

yea seriously...  This is the way our government does it:

Obama:  I won now what?

Jerkoff under Obama: I dunno... we tell someone under us to make it happen.

Obama:  Make it so number 1!

It gets passed down... and the same conversation happens at a lower level and on and on until nobody gives a shit and nobody is sure who to blame for it not happening right.  fucking lol but totally true...
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