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oleusakid
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re: Q: p6691 - Trump comments on 60 min: answer to their “Q’s” - Unraveling ToE
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It’s a popcorn reference


Thought he was showing bare shelves, which is a real thing here. Thanks for telling me.


VoxDawg
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re: Q: p6691 - Trump comments on 60 min: answer to their “Q’s” - Unraveling ToE
Nope. We're back to normal in GA. Bought steak, TP and sanitizer wipes all on the same day, Saturday.


Shamwow
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re: Q: p6691 - Trump comments on 60 min: answer to their “Q’s” - Unraveling ToE
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Thought he was showing bare shelves, which is a real thing here. Thanks for telling me.


I initially responded with a smart*ss comment but realized you were sincere so I edited my post. Crazy that you are still dealing with bare shelves....

#EFF 2020


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Granted, our fast-talking Governor had us the first state to begin opening back up, so the trophy for second place is in the Ladies Room.


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oleusakid
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re: Q: p6691 - Trump comments on 60 min: answer to their “Q’s” - Unraveling ToE
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I initially responded with a smart*ss comment but realized you were sincere so I edited my post.


Thanks. Yeah, I'm serious. Worse in the rual areas. You can get food, but lots of empty space. Next time I'm out, will post a pic.


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Ailsa
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The only thing I could find... crane is the largest in the western hemisphere.

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LINK


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inareth
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re: Q: p6691 - Trump comments on 60 min: answer to their “Q’s” - Unraveling ToE
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Care to explain why he's wrong? or what's right?


Go back to Snowden's releases, which regardless of what you think of him, Snowden's info was accurate.

Prism data servers are everywhere, including places like Facebook … and Google. These severs have access to the databases run by these data mining companies. The databases are NOT encrypted on the corporate end.

Moreover, they have data mining servers in major backbones. Sure, they could record every single packet of data (this actually doesn't make sense to do with data storage technologies we know about), but the point is that they can record any packets they damned well please.

But it's encrypted! Everybody's using SSL! Actually, no, they're using TLS, because SSL is so fricking insecure at this point that a middle school student could crack it with the school computer lab if he knew what he was doing. But TLS! TLS is thought to be secure!

And then we learned from Snowden that the NSA had inserted back doors into most of the algorithms we used. But we stopped using them! Did we? Well, we deprecated them, and are working on phasing them out. All of them? Yes, yes, all the ones that we know about. The ones that we know about? Well, anything we could prove was compromised was deprecated and is mostly eliminated now, replaced with the stuff the government developed that we think is secure, or stuff that other people who aren't government came up with. "We think is secure"? Well, the government uses it themselves, and we have no known reason to suspect that AES is compromised. And we think the entropy generators we use that are made in hardware haven't been compromised. And we're pretty sure that the people who have proposed alternatives have also not been compromised.

But we mostly assume that we can trust Intel chips' hardware and Microsoft operating systems to communicate using US government-developed protocols and technologies to connect to and communicate with companies known to have directly given access to the government via Prism and other things who have you run intentionally obfuscated code on your computer they give you to communicate with them, and we presume that nowhere in this process anywhere has anyone placed any kind of back door to allow the government access to your data. At both ends.

That ain't paranoia, that's the reality of data security. We don't think they can do that. We know that they have already done it to specific targets, and that they can do it to anyone they choose.

Okay, so Google's compromised. So's Facebook. Don't use those, right? Except, having access to both ends of a crypto scheme means that you can learn things about the encrypted data in between. And let's say you didn't build a direct back door into the crypto that'd let you read data as it is without knowing anything about it. Does that continue to hold true once you have access to the plaintext (unencrypted data) each way in a two-way communication channel, as well as the cyphertext (coded data) actually sent over the wire? In a cryptographically strong algorithm, YES, having the data won't help you decrypt other data. But … what if the protocols have been subtly weakened? We assume that they probably have been. Fits the MO.

So without direct knowledge, we PRESUME these secure communication channels aren't. It's why data security people like multiple layers of encryption. Increases the likelihood that not even the government can get past all the layers. At least not easily.

Again, it's not something we presume they can do—it's something we know they have already done. Can they do it again. Sure. But when it comes to Google, they don't have to. Google's already given the government direct access to their databases.


bayou2
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re: Q: p6691 - Trump comments on 60 min: answer to their “Q’s” - Unraveling ToE


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A certain sandwich told me once



Those Poboys talk to me sometimes too. Mr Shrimp and Miss Ferdie especially.



... I have to go with the Roast Beef PoBoy smothered in Debris Gravy ...

yummers



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Hennigan
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Nope. We're back to normal in GA.


Still missing a lot of Kroger brand items at my store...including popcorn.


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bayou2
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But it's encrypted! Everybody's using SSL! Actually, no, they're using TLS, because SSL is so fricking insecure at this point that a middle school student could crack it with the school computer lab if he knew what he was doing. But TLS! TLS is thought to be secure!



... you think things are secure???

think again mon amie --- never
and never will be ...



NewbombII
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re: Q: p6691 - Trump comments on 60 min: answer to their “Q’s” - Unraveling ToE
In another part of Georgia no Lysol/Clorox wipes or Lysol or equivalent spray to be found.


RichardS
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re: Q: p6691 - Trump comments on 60 min: answer to their “Q’s” - Unraveling ToE
I wonder if all these election fraud stories are just the start of an avalanche. If the good guys know everything, they could stop these all over the country to the point people couldn't deny them. Sometimes you can't tell people, you have to show them.


inareth
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re: Q: p6691 - Trump comments on 60 min: answer to their “Q’s” - Unraveling ToE
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Based on what information from Q?


Q has told us multiple times that timetables have shifted. Sometimes forward, sometimes back. He told us the major declas was coming soon, then imminently, then told us C before D. Coats got in the way. Enemy actions shift timetables. You can predict the enemy's likely actions, but you cannot know for certain what they will do. So you plan for contingencies. This Trump has done. Had he not, they've have taken Trump out long before now, and there wouldn't have been a whole lot to be done about it.

Of course it may be even more complex than that.

Q told us to trust Sessions over and over. But then it looked like faith in Sessions was misplaced … until recently, that is. Now it's looking like maybe he took one for the team.

We were told to trust Huber, but Huber dropped the ball. Did he? Or was that on purpose? Or … was Durham picking up Huber's investigation a contingency? Any of those things is acceptable and shows planning and/or adaptation. (This is one of about three things that makes Sessions look like he did what he was supposed to be doing.)

But we've been told time again, as I said, that timetables have moved, and in both directions. We're still waiting for the big drop that was going to blow the lid off of all of this. And if Q never said it was going to happen back in 2018, his posts certainly suggested it was imminent.

Of course, the nice thing about it is that you can always look at this stuff and say, "it happened exactly the way it was supposed to", y'know, unless the other side wins.

I'll say it again: DO NOT ASSUME the other side is just sitting there picking their noses. They're fighting back, and occasionally they're even scoring a minor victory. It's a credit to Trump and his people that the victories have been minor and pretty easily shrugged off. We are in the fight of our lives, but so are they. And they've done terrible things they need to conceal…


NewbombII
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re: Q: p6691 - Trump comments on 60 min: answer to their “Q’s” - Unraveling ToE
Some one needs to bring the non Q paedophile meme to the main board with an article about California lowering penalties for underage sex.


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inareth
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re: Q: p6691 - Trump comments on 60 min: answer to their “Q’s” - Unraveling ToE
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Correct. and data for drafts would not be sent over such a connection. Only emails themselves would be.


Data center replication, those drafts are geo-redundant. They are going to at least one data center outside of the United States.


That's true too, but you don't even have to go that far to refute the claim that "only emails are sent". Open your phone with the Gmail app and write a draft. Now open the Gmail website. Draft appears. How? Because the draft was sent to Google, if not to anyone else.

No intelligence assets are required to give Google a warrant for those drafts, nor to watch the account for similar activity.

But the intelligence assets exist, so those wouldn't even be necessary to get the data. You theoretically need the warrant to make it legal, but FISA is a two-way street.


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Spaceman Spiff
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re: Q: p6691 - Trump comments on 60 min: answer to their “Q’s” - Unraveling ToE
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n another part of Georgia no Lysol/Clorox wipes or Lysol or equivalent spray to be found.



Down here near Savannah it’s all over
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Holderofthehorns
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re: Q: p6691 - Trump comments on 60 min: answer to their “Q’s” - Unraveling ToE
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Data center replication, those drafts are geo-redundant. They are going to at least one data center outside of the United States.


Google was bragging 8 years ago that they had a dozen replicated data centers around the globe. No way they are going to lose data. Netflix show about Google.

ETA: I could be off with the year. "Around 2012". How's that?
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Holderofthehorns
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re: Q: p6691 - Trump comments on 60 min: answer to their “Q’s” - Unraveling ToE
I asked Google.

Where are Google Data Centers Located?

Google lists eight data center locations in the U.S., one in South America, four in Europe and two in Asia. Its cloud sites, however, are expanding, and Google’s cloud map shows many points of presence worldwide. The company also has many caching sites in colocation facilities throughout the world, whose locations it does not share.

LINK


boomtown143
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re: Q: p6691 - Trump comments on 60 min: answer to their “Q’s” - Unraveling ToE
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Charlie Savage
@charlie_savage
Strzok's lawyer wrote to Judge Sullivan in the Flynn case, saying someone modified handwritten notes by his client that DOJ gave to Flynn's legal team & they submitted to the court - adding dates, including a wrong one. Shades of the Clinesmith case?


https://mobile.twitter.com/charlie_savage/status/1310713517612437504


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Holderofthehorns
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re: Q: p6691 - Trump comments on 60 min: answer to their “Q’s” - Unraveling ToE
Facebook 2 years ago:
12 data center campuses
The social network now has 12 data center campuses around the globe, including nine in the U.S. and three in international markets. Facebook has nearly 15 million square feet of data center space completed or under construction, with several million more feet in the planning stages.
Mar 19, 2018


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