Sneezing bullets

January 12, 2011

After getting shot in the head I suppose sneezing out the bullet would be the least of your worries.

Discharging firearms, even as a form of celebration, is a dangerous activity requiring people to exercise good judgement.


January 7, 2011

The fact that any amount of poison in food is legal is criminal. Feeding farm animals anything other than what the would normally eat should be a serious concern.

I should also mention that I don’t care how much it costs to raise a pig, cow, or chicken because I don’t really eat them regulalrly. Food should provide nourishment without polluting the body of the consumer.

I found this interesting

January 5, 2011

After you check out the link to the article take a moment to reflect. Then ask this question…If the hacker knew that his work could potentially have a damaging impact on the PS3, why did he publish it on his blog? If he doesn’t want his technique to aid piracy why was it published for all to read? I don’t see the logic.

If a person has done something that could be potentially harmful, why would they tell everyone? This fellow said, “I hate that it enables piracy.” You sir are the enabler! The ability you have to manipulate electronics is astounding, but if you know it would enable piracy why would you publish it on a blog for all to see?

This is a tough issue because on one hand users should be able to make their own games if they choose. However, if making your own game includes the knowledge of pirating others it becomes a matter of ethics, right?