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justme's most recent comments:
- On 6 Mar 2014
False Flag! Kiev Government Murdered Its Own Supporters,
Correction: Estoniation FM (Foreign Minister), not PM, made the statements.
Now, the fact that police and demonstrators were shot at with the same type ammunition proves exactly NOTHING. Do I really need to spell this out? There are many common types of ammunition, and no reason to believe that only certain groups of people have access to certain rifles and ammunition.
Type of ammunition neither supprts not detracts from any particular theory at this point.
- On 6 Mar 2014
Obama warns Russia of 'costs' in Ukraine,
Last night on PBS, Henry Kissinger was interviewed by Charlie Rose. I'm not a big fan of Kissinger in general, but what he said about Ukraine made a lof of sense. There is no video available yet. Tere might be vdeo later.
Kissinger said Ukraine should be democratic and independent, that the 2014 revolution has NOT been democratic, that Ukraine should not be part of NATO, that Crimea should be autonomous (as it has been), and that the Russians should get an indefinite lease on their Navy base in Crimea.
He used the expression "the Finnish model", which means that Ukraine should emulate post-WW2 Finland, which oriented towards the west but adopted a non-confrontational non-NATO military stance toward Russia.
Except for the added insight and subtlety of using the Finnish model, these are exactly my thoughts on Ukraine.
Now we have both Henry Kissinger and Stephen Cohen being voices of reason. I hope Kerry and Obama are listening carefully.
- On 4 Mar 2014
Windows XP diehards arent going quietly,
Instead of hidden beneath several layers of links to other control panels, where you must click another link to another control pan
My experience with Win7 is different: I use the search box also to find control panels, by entering phrases such as "disk manager" or "device manager" or "power" (settings) or "printer".
Was it not XP that used to have many different ways of ending up in the same control panel, so that you would never be sure which control panel you were actually in? Especially for networking and networking devices I seem to recall it was a nightmare. Or maybe that was Windows 2000. I forget. Anyway, Win7 control panel seems more predictable and cleanly hierarchical than what I have seen before. No clickety-clacking around to find the "right" control panel.