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"Children, maybe four feet tall, dressed in summer clothes, running from an explosion, don’t fit the description of Hamas fighters, either."

Tyler Hicks, a Times photographer, describes the scene on a beach in Gaza after four boys were killed by Israeli bombs. (via satans-advocate)

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Started putting together a ‘electronic warfare’ kit.

A few of the more gadget related things that I have been carrying in a more organized way. Just started tossing in things that would be useful, more to come as I think on it. Need to grab a field notes for making notes and sketches, maybe print out and laminate useful terminal commands till I get them down. Anyway, it’s a start. Suggestions?

Nice. Here’s a list of command line tricks: (via redteamsblog)

USB stick with at a minimum TOR Browser, preferably the latest version of TAILS so you can boot from the stick and use the computer with out leaving a footprint.

Kali Linux on another stick is great for forensics and pentest tools.

Also worth keeping a hidden encrypted stash of important docs on one of them. Scans of passport, driving license, insurance etc. are talking about showing how to make a fire&forget SOS USB stick…

Just my $0.02 worth.

The usual digital tools. Of course.


ive seen the kind of ignorance that pervades this country, like id ever fucking lay down my life for a collective group of garbage

fucking talk about ‘defending freedom’ while the same people you’d be off ‘fighting to defend the freedom’ of are daily voting their own liberty away

all the foreign interventionist policy in the world couldn’t hope to fix a populace willingly giving away its freedom

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What’s in your Incog?

Ugh. That is *really* sweet. I just bought a long gun bag.



The phrase “words to live by” gets thrown around often these days, but these are absolutely words to live by.

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Happy 1 (Martian) Year Anniversary Mars Curiosity!

Today NASA’s Mars Curiosity rover will complete a Martian year — 687 Earth days on the Red Planet. Below are some of Curiosity’s accomplishments in Year 1 as compiled by NASA.

  • In August 2012, Curiosity discovered an ancient riverbed at its landing site. Nearby, at an area known as Yellowknife Bay, the mission met its main goal of determining whether the Martian Gale Crater ever was habitable for simple life forms. The answer, a historic “yes,” came from two mudstone slabs that the rover sampled with its drill. Analysis of these samples revealed the site was once a lakebed with mild water, the essential elemental ingredients for life, and a type of chemical energy source used by some microbes on Earth. If Mars had living organisms, this would have been a good home for them. 

  • Assessed natural radiation levels both during the flight to Mars and on the Martian surface provides guidance for designing the protection needed for human missions to Mars.

  • Measured heavy-versus-light variants of elements in the Martian atmosphere indicate that much of Mars’ early atmosphere disappeared by processes favoring loss of lighter atoms, such as from the top of the atmosphere. Other measurements found that the atmosphere holds very little, if any, methane, a gas that can be produced biologically.

  • Made first determinations of the age of a rock on Mars and how long a rock has been exposed to harmful radiation provide prospects for learning when water flowed and for assessing degradation rates of organic compounds in rocks and soils.


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