Internet dating fara

TOTUL DESPRE PLAYERELE PENTRU CHROMECAST (EVERYTHING ABOUT CHROMECAST PLAYERS)

2020.06.21 18:34 nelumunteanu92ktu TOTUL DESPRE PLAYERELE PENTRU CHROMECAST (EVERYTHING ABOUT CHROMECAST PLAYERS)

TOTUL DESPRE PLAYERE PENTRU CHROMECAST (text in Romanian) Acestea sunt cele mai bune playere video Windows (si Mac OS) pentru Chromecast: -Airflow -Soda Player -Videostream pentru Chromecast -VLC 1. Airflow: -Hardware-accelerated transcoding -Suporta 4K -Subtitrare automată de la OpenSubtitles -5.1 sunet surround Din păcate, cel mai bun software pentru a reda videoclipuri este un program plătit. Dar AIRFLOW merită fiecare bănuț. Ce îl face superior aplicațiilor gratuite? Încercați proba gratuită și veți afla. Performanța este aspectul principal, deoarece Airflow acceptă transcodarea accelerată de hardware. De asemenea, are suport audio 5.1 canale pentru sunet surround. Airflow include un control complex asupra subtitrărilor și își amintește listele de redare și ultimele poziții. Airflow este o aplicație superbă. Este una din listă care „chiar isi face treaba”. Din cate am intales din alte surse, dacă aveți un Chromecast Ultra pentru videoclipuri 4K, puteți vedea diferența de performanță pe formate native de fișier Chromecast, neacceptate, precum MKV. De fapt, pe procesoarele Intel Skylake sau ulterioare, Airflow are o transcodare hardware mai rapidă. Varianta gratuita de proba este o modalitate bună de a vă da seama dacă doriți să plătiți pentru aceasta aplicatie. Cu acesta, puteți viziona până la 20 de minute de videoclip fara pauza. După ati realizat că acesta este cel mai bun, plătește 19 USD și folosește-l. Aplicatia a ajuns la "update 3". Am achizitionat varianta Premium dar va pot spune ca sunt ceva probleme in cazul materilelor video 1080p, cred ca din cauza ca folosesc varianta Chromecast 2... Poate cu Chromecast Ultra 4k situatia se schimba. Aplicatia a ajuns la "update 3" Aplicatia merge pe Windows si Mac OS Site oficial: https://airflowapp.com 2. Soda Player -Hardware-accelerated transcoding -Suporta 4K -Subtitrare automată de la Open Subtitles. Obțineți automat subtitrări potrivite în limba dvs. -5.1 și 7.1 sunet surround -Suport pentru linck-uri Ace Stream -Suport petru B. T. Redare aproape instant functie de viteza de NET -Suport pe pentru toate formatele si codec-urile -Suport pentru Chromecast dar si pentru Apple TV Este o aplicatie care m-a uimit!. Isi face treaba foarte bine si pe laptopuri sau PC-uri mai vechi. Daca pe un ACER 7736 ZG (8 ani) folosind aplicatia AIRFLOW procesorul lucreaza intre 60 si 80 % in cazul aplicatiei SODA PLAYER procesorul lucreaza sub 20%, aproape la fel ca un player audio!!!. Desi aplicatia nu are un playlist propriuzis, dar daca selectati initial materialele video si le trageti (drag & drop) pe interfata player-ului, se va forma un playlist din care puteti selecta ce material doriti sa urmariti in caz contrar vor rula la rand. Lag aproape nesesizabil. Aplicatia are si alte obtiuni pe are va las sa le descoperiti singuri, doar va fac cunoscut ca ruleaza perfect aplicatia sopcast in urma seterii corespunzatoare a acesteia din urma si o puteti folosii si ca player pe laptop unde imaginea apare instantaneu cand trageti materialele video spre deosebire de alte playere. NU suporta formate audio(. Mp3,. Wav,.. Etc.) Aplicatia merge pe Win. Si Mac OS Site oficial download: www.sodaplayer.com/ 3. VIDEOSTREM pentru Chromecast Aplicație gratuită cu telecomandă pe Android și iOS... Nu există liste de redare sau „redarea automată a videoclipului următor” în versiunea gratuită. VideoStream este cea mai veche aplicație care a rulat videoclipuri cu succes și cu ușurință. Este încă destul de buna și este singura cu o telecomandă gratuită pentru telefoane mobile. Aplicația poate chiar sincroniza un folder de videoclipuri de pe computer, controlând totul de la telefon. Acestea fiind spuse, Google Assistant acționează ca o telecomandă deja pentru redarea de bază: redare / pauză, retrocedare și avansare rapida. Pentru telefonul mobil aplicatia o instalati din Magazin Play. VideoStream a pornit ca o aplicație Chrome, dar Google a retras rularea aplicatiei pentru Windows. Așadar, va trebui să descărcați programul nativ. Puteti rula un clip fara a a putea sa va faceti liste de redare. Multe funcții importante sunt în versiunea plătită, inclusiv liste de redare, setări suplimentare de subtitrare și redarea automată a următorului videoclip. Premium VideoStream costă 1,49 USD pe lună, 14,99 USD pe an sau 34,99 USD pentru licența de viață. Poate reda atat formate video cat si audio. Personal NU sunt foarte incantat de aplicatie cu toate ca am achizitionat varianta Premium lifetime. Suporta formate audio. Aplicatia merge pe Win si Mac OS Site oficial download: getvideostream.com 4.VLC O aplicatie la care trebuie aduse imbunatatiri. Nu are suport pentru subtitrari. Suporta formate audio. Pentru a ridica materialul video pe Chromecast se procedeaza astfel… CLICK... Playback>Renderer> denumire Chromecast... https://www.videolan.org APLICATII TV OFICIALE PENTRU CHROMECAST IN ROMANIA Aplicatia DIGI ONLINE ce apartine RCS-RDS, prin actualizarea din 29.01.2019 vine cu noutati pe care nu putem decat sa le apreciem, mai precis, pe langa o noua interfata are si suport pentru Chromecast. Acum se pot urmarii 56 programe TV(calitate SD) direct pe televizoare prin intermediul acestui dispozitiv produs de cei de la Google. Aplicatia functioneaza perfect pe toate cele 3 modele Chromecast capabile sa redea imagini HD precum si pe modelul 4K. Digi Online se poate instala pe telefoanele mobile sau tabletele ce folosesc sistemul de operare Android sau pe laptop instaland intr-o partitie a hardului (care sa aiba in jur de 30GB ) REMIX OS, un sistem Android care poate rula in mod dual cu Windows-ul sau Linux-ul. Si inca ceva... Este necesar sa va faceti un cont pe platforma lor si sa va logati. Pe un cont pot sa mearga simulta 2 dispozitive. Nu cunosc daca Digi Online are suport pe IOS... Dar poate un utilizator de telefoane IOS ne poate ajuta... Pentru IPTV va recomand aplicatia IPTV (Alexander Sofronov)... La setari debifati "internal video player" si selectati VLC, aplicatie care are suport pentru Chromecast si este stabila... DIGI Online este o aplicatie de 5 stele care include canale de sport, stiri, tematice, filme, lifestyle, muzica, pentru copii, generale si externe dar si programe radio. CHROMECAST DIRECT DE PE TELEFONUL MOBIL PRIN HOTSPOT Acum Chromecast-ul se poate seta sa functioneze independent de o retea wireless locala ce provine de la un router. Acest lucru nu este precizat in nici un tutorial video si in nici in review de pe site-uri, dar am descoperit aceasta facand incercari in ultimul timp. Precizez ca am mai facut aceste incercari in trecut dar fara rezultat. Singura idee ce nu am avut-o in vedere era aceea ca, facand HOTSPOT cu tableta (tel mobil), incercam sa fac setarea Chromecast-ului tot cu o tableta (tel. Mobil) si nu cu PC-ul (laptop-ul). Deci care sunt pasii care trebuie urmati pentru a face ca Chromecast-ul sa functioneze direct de pe tel. Mobil (tableta) si de pe laptop. 1. Se conecteaza tel. Pe date mobile.. 2. Se face HOTSPOT (cu parola sau fara parola in functie de situatie).. 3. Se conecteza laptopul la HOTSPOT-ul telefonului (tabletei).. 4. Se intra pe www.google.com/intl/ro/chromecast/setup/ 5. Se apasa pe “configurarea chromecastului” si se face configurarea.. Dupa configurare se pot folosii materialele video sau audio ce urmeaza a fii urmarite atat de pe tel. Mobil cat si de pe laptop atata timp cat este conectat hotspot-ul pe tel. Mobil. NOTA: laptopul trebuie conectat la wifi-ul pe HOTSPOT-ul telefonului (tabletei) cand se face configurarea (Atentie.. Wifi-ul tel (tabletei). Are o denumire sau daca nu, se poate alege o denumire la preferinta). NOTA: Telefonul mobil se poate conecta direct la Chromecast cu conditia ca la setarea Hotspot-ului sa punem aceeasi denumire ca a routerului si aceeasi parola ca a aceestuia si sa nu uitam sa deconectam routerul(daca suntem in aceeasi locatie cu el)... Precizare: Uneori calitatea imaginii pe date mobile poate sa fie usor mai putin calitativa decat in situatia in care Chromecast-ul foloseste date de la un router conectat la o retea de internet fixa si aceasta se datoreste faptului ca viteza pe date mobile este mai mica si exista si riscul de pierdere de pachete unde distanta fata de antena terestra a operatorului este mai mare si semnalul devine instabil... Iar dispozitivul inteligent se adapteaza conditiilor si pentru a nu bloca imaginea periodic prefera s-o redea la o calitate inferioara. Acolo unde semnalul este corespunzator nu sunt probleme.. In felul acesta se poate folosi Chromecast-ul oriunde plecati in vacanta sau delegatii fara sa mai depindeti de reteaua locala WIFI a hotelului sau locatiei unde va aflati. Revin cu o noua sugestie... Legat de prima parte a review-lui... In cazul ca doriti sa pastrati setarile Chromecast -lui fara a le reconfigura de fiecare data cand plecati in delegatii sau concedii va sugerez sa setati doar Hotspotul telefonului mobil (sau tabletei) pastrand atat user-ul cat si parola router-ului pe care il folositi stabil acasa... atat de simplu ! ...garantat va merge ! In afara de Digi ONLINE, pentru abonatii AKTA s-a lansat si o aplicatie pentru canale TV din grila lor de programe cu aceeasi denumire care are suport pentru Chromecast... Totul este sa va faceti cont cu care sa va logati in aplicatie. Contine momentan 33 canale... APLICATII Pentru cei ce inca nu au aflat, aplicatia VLC atat pentru mobil cat si pentru sistemul de operare Windows a venit cu suport pentru Chromecast. Asa cum ne-au obisnuit cei de la VLC au facut un lucru asa cum trebuie, foarte stabil capabil sa redea majoritatea formatelor atat audio cat si video precum si a canalelor TV (IPTV) din format. M3u Daca aveti un fisier cu canale TV in format. Txt nu ramane decat sa-l redenumiti in. M3u. Procedura e simpla pentru conectare la Chromecast (in cazul sistemului de operare Windows)... Click... VLCPlaybachRenderer>>si sub Local trebuie sa apara denumirea Chromecast-ului dvs in dreptul unei benzi portocalii pe care dati click... OK... Daca nu aveti nimic in lista VLC-lui nu se va intampla nimic (VLC-ul pare ca nu se conecteaza)... Dar daca accesati o fila din lista sau pur si simplu o trageti pe icoana VLC-ului si aproape instantaneu o sa puteti urmarii materialul audio sau video pe ecranul TV-ului. In cazul Android apare automat sigla specifica pentru streaming a Chromecast-ului. Pentru Android puteti folosi cu rezultate destul de bune aplicatia IPTV Pro pentru TV. O alta aplicatie foarte buna similara cu VLC-ul (doar pentru video) este Airflow care se poate descarca de pe https://airflow. App/ pentru o suma modica (free merge doar in reprize de 20 min).
Pentru cei ce intampina greutati cu aplicatia Digionline se impun cateva precizari.Trebuie sa aveti abonament la RCS-RDS cablu, si cu codul de abonat si adresa de mail sa va faceti un cont pe site-ul digionline.ro... Odata facut contul descarcati aplicatia din Magazin Play si va logati folosind username si parola. Intrati in aplicatie si dati click pe un canal TV... Dupa ce apare imaginea dati 2 click-uri rapid unul dupa altul pe imagine... Trebuie sa apara sigla caractristica chromecast undeva jos in stanga ecranului telefonului (tabletei) si la mijlocul ecranului denumirea Chromecast-ului dvs. Pe care dati click iar imaginea se va muta pe TV. Evident atat Chromecastul cat si telefonul trebuie sa fie conectate pe acelasi router sau pe acelasi hotspot asa cum am aratat mai sus (situatie in care sigla chromecast poate uneori sa apara cu o intarziere ceva mai mare). Si inca o treaba foarte importanta de care trebuie sa tineti cont... Trebuie sa va actualizati la zi aplicatia Digionline verificand in Magazin Play daca aveti ultima versiune. Si ORANGE ROMANIA are o aplicatie cu suport pentru CHROMECAST ce va permite urmarirea unor canale TV din grila lor FREE dar si o gama extinsa de canale in conditiile ce le gasiti pe site-ul lor oficial… accesati https://tvgo.orange.ro/
submitted by nelumunteanu92ktu to u/nelumunteanu92ktu [link] [comments]


2020.06.11 01:56 OpinieAB2 QUIZ: Ce tip de rodditor tanar, frumos si liber esti?

Disclaimer: nu sunt nici finantat de BOR, rusi, eXtReMa dReApTa, etc.
Daca va simtiti ofensati, pm me si aratati-mi pe papusa unde v-a atins postarea.
Fiecare chestie valoreaza 1 punct. Rezultatele sunt la final. Am folosit persoana a III-a pentru ca pula mea, nu stiu.
Profil complet al tanarului frumos, liber si progresist.

1. Aspect fizic:


2. Personalitate/social:

3. Convingeri politice:

4. Geopolitica:

5. Religie:

6. Stiinta/scepticism:

7. Educatie:

8. Finante/loc de munca:


0-20: CETATEAN MODEL - Felicitari! Probabil ca urasti SUA, Rusia, China si UE. Vrei ca Romania sa isi vada de dreptul la autodeterminare si sa se puna la punct cu o noua clasa politica. Probabil vrei sa fie taiate subventii, ajutoarele sociale luate cu susta si vrei sa ajunga la parnaie toti dementii care au futut tara. Ti se rupe de ce se intampla "afara" si in ciuda faptului ca nu aderi la ideile nationaliste, iti iubesti tara si vrei sa fii acasa, cu oamenii tai, fara a fi obligat sa ii stergi la cur pe altii. Ai o viziune neutra asupra lumii si nu vrei sa tragi concluzii pe baza mizeriilor regurgitate de catre toti "formatorii de opinie" (adica somerii) de pe Facebook. Stii ca tot ceea ce e pe social media e cancer propagandist. Salivacii, respiracii si trogloditii vor spune ca esti fanatic nationalist, dar nu te intereseaza, pentru ca tu oricum esti patriotul suprem, nu un nationalist. Esti un exemplu de urmat!
21-40: CETATEAN CU CONFLICTE INTERNE - In ciuda faptului ca suferi de niste biasuri emotionale, inca exista speranta. Citeste o carte de istorie, formeaza-ti singur opiniile pe baza realitatii in care traim si nu pe baza realitatii alternative care este prezentata online de catre agentiile de presa, formatori de opinie, etc. Esti pe drumul cel bun.
41-70: SALIVAC VESTIC - Iti place tot ceea ce-ti ofera Vestul. Urmaresti trusturi "apolitice" si ai impresia ca o tara ca afara e ceva bun. Ignori statisticile cand sunt in defavoarea opiniilor tale. Consideri ca romanii sunt inapoiati din varii motive care nu coincid cu tine ideologic. Iti place sa te faci remarcat pe internet cu opinii caustice si te simti protejat in spatele tastaturii. Crezi neironic ca exista extrema dreapta. Uiti ca in Franta oamenii de culoare incendiaza masini de Anul Nou, pentru ca "asa e traditia lor" si pui botul cand presa iti explica ca ar avea vreo conotatie istorica importanta, nicidecum nu e comportament primitiv.
71-100: RESPIRAC PROGRESIST - Esti la prima faza a evolutiei catre Noul Om. Iti place sa consumi. Toata viata ta inseamna sa mergi sa lucrezi, cariera, consum si cat mai mult entertainment. Consideri ca granitele, imbogatirea culturala si spirituala sunt snobisme si gasesti pseudointelectualisme pentru a justifica stilul tau de viata anost si plin de nihilism. Singurul lucru care iti ofera vreun scop e lustruirea penisului taurului care va veni la noapte la sotia ta, in speranta ca-ti va cumpara un Nintendo Switch.
101+: TROGLODIT DRONAT - Noul Om. Ascensiune. Viitor. Felicitari. Viata ta e o depresie continua. Depresie, anxietate, probleme de sanatate, parade, mancare proasta. Esti cu sanatatea la pamant, din punct de vedere moral esti praf. Iti place iluzia pe care ti-o hranesti in VR, alaturi de alti oameni care nu mai vor sa iasa din casa, de la locul de munca. Ai o viata lejera de drona si nu mai ai nevoie de nimic. Sotia iti va fi fututa, mancarea iti va fi adusa, totul va fi bine. Nu ti s-a mai sculat de la Marea Reforma Europeana, dar nu conteaza. Ai salvat vieti de culoare carora nu le pasa de tara pe care tu cu cei de la Demos le-ati lasat-o. Rata criminalitatii e la cote alarmante, dar ai facut dreptate online. Natalitatea e praf, dar ai vrut oricum diversitate. Rata divorturilor e 99%, dar nu conteaza, pentru ca oricum nu ai vrut o familie. Relativism moral. Totul e permis. Cineva de pe Vice a incercat s-o ia in cur cu un instrument nou, ca sa nu trebuiasca s-o faci tu, dar stii ca vrei s-o faci...
submitted by OpinieAB2 to WeAreGoingToHellRO [link] [comments]


2020.04.04 10:58 ciobycosmin88 Ce este tehnologia de date 5G!

Oricat de moderna ni s-ar parea acum tehnologia 4G, cu viteza ei generoasa de transfer a datelor, viitorul bate deja la usa si aduce performante covarsitoare. Odata iesita din faza de testare, tehnologia 5G va revolutiona nu doar experienta oferita de smartphone, ci fiecare proces al vietii de zi cu zi care presupune folosirea echipamentelor conectate la internet.

Ce este si ce aduce in plus tehnologia 5G

A cincea generatie a tehnologiei retelelor celulare fara fir este o noua modalitate de transmitere a datelor catre si intre terminalele mobile, al carei standard de functionare prevede viteze de pana la 20 de gigabiti pe secunda, o valoare cu pana la 20 de ori mai mare decat cea oferita in prezent de operatorii GSM.
Cu o tehnologie de comunicatii noua, o interfata radio complet modernizata si o arhitectura de retea regandita de la zero, 5G este o solutie cu o eficienta incomparabila fata de arhaicul 3G sau fata de inca actualul 4G. Iata avantajele imediate ale adoptarii tehnologiei 5G:

Viteza mare de transfer si de acces

Exista multi parametri care exemplifica foarte bine avantajele tehnologiei 5G, dar unul dintre cele mai elocvente este capacitatea de a descarca un film HD in cel mult un minut. Cu o rata de download de pana la 1GB pe secunda, odata cu renuntarea la tandemul cu retelele 4G LTE, descarcarea fisierelor multimedia ar putea deveni aproape instantanee.
📷

Catalizatorul ideal pentru Internet of Things

Interconectarea a cat mai multor device-uri nu mai este de mult o ipoteza optimista. Casele inteligente sunt o tentatie tot mai mare pentru cei carora le place sa combine confortul cu performanta. Datorita capacitatii de pana la 1.000 de dispozitive conectate simultan, de la telefoane pana la electrocasnice si automobile, tehnologia 5G promite miliarde de dispozitive bransate la retea, numai pana in 2020, potrivit unui studiu al Institutului Inginerilor Electrotehnisti si Electronisti din New Jersey, Statele Unite ale Americii.

Latenta radical mai mica

Cu o conexiune atat de puternica la retea, este firesc ca tehnologia 5G sa ofere rapiditate chiar si in momentele in care actualul 4G ar genera clasicul „lag”. Datele de la emitator la receptor se vor transfera cu o viteza mult superioara, aspect care va fi cu atat mai benefic in cazul tehnologiilor autonome inglobate in automobile, care necesita un rulaj de date foarte vast.

Care sunt diferentele dintre 4G si 5G

Tehnologia 5G va opera cu frecvente radio cuprinse intre 30GHz și 300GHz. Spre deosebire de aceasta, tehnologia 4G folosește frecvente sub 6GHz. Momentele de latenta de pana la cateva secunde, pe care le experimentam ocazional pe gadgeturile compatibile cu 4G, vor fi amintire, odata cu adoptarea tehnologiei 5G. Aceasta va duce la intarzieri de sub o milisecunda, in conditii ideale.
Cu alte cuvinte, pe 5G vei experimenta un feedback cu o rapiditate majorata cu pana la 120% fata de 4G, in momentele de varf de sarcina. In privinta vitezei de acces la internet, standardul ideal oferit de tehnologia 4G este de 1Gbps, cu o valoare reala de aproximativ 250Mbps. Dupa trecerea la 5G, viteza va trece la o valoare de 10Gbps, cu un potential ideal de 50Gbps.

De cand va fi disponibil 5G

Testele de retea au fost deja demarate atat in Europa, cat si in Romania, iar stabilitatea conexiunii si viabilitatea tehnologiei 5G au fost deja dovedite. Cu toate acestea, clientii operatorilor GSM mai trebuie sa astepte pana in anul 2020, cand echipamentele instalate in punctele-cheie ale tarii noastre vor functiona in parametri optimi.
📷

Care vor fi costurile pentru utilizator

Cu siguranta te numeri printre cei care abia asteapta sa isi conecteze telefonul la o boxa wireless, avand promisiunea unui streaming fara cusur, indiferent de locul in care se afla. Tehnologia 5G te va tine in priza cu o fluenta nemaiintalnita a datelor. Chiar daca, la inceput, un telefon compatibil cu noua tehnologie va costa cu pana la 300 de euro mai mult decat cele actuale, costurile de exploatare ale retelei, pe care se estimeaza ca le vor suporta companiile GSM, ar putea fi de cateva ori mai mici. Aceasta este o buna premisa pentru abonamente mai accesibile si pentru extraoptiuni cu pachete de date incomparabil mai generoase decat in prezent.

Telefoane care suporta tehnologia 5G

Prima jumatate a acestui an va fi marcata de prezentarea primelor telefoane compatibile cu tehnologia 5G. Desi niciun producator nu a anuntat inca denumirile comerciale si nici nu a publicat imagini ale modelelor aflate in pregatire, se stie foarte bine lista brandurilor care vor sparge gheata: Nokia, OnePlus, LG, Apple, Huawei si Samsung.
Beneficiile pe care le va aduce tehnologia 5G pot parea promitatoare pe hartie, dar, odata ce o vom experimenta personal, vom simti pe deplin intregul ei potential.
submitted by ciobycosmin88 to u/ciobycosmin88 [link] [comments]


2019.06.09 04:06 GauntYeti This sub is for any kind of conspiracy, right?

Trump, Vote Rigging and the Series of Suspicious Deaths

Intro
The Ukrainian presidential elections in 2004 where mired in corruption and violence, the country was on fire. The pro European opposition candidate narrowly lost to the pro Russia oligarch Victor Yanukovych whose overthrow in 2015 led to the bloody conflict in Ukraine and and a new cold war between Russia and the West.
What's been overlooked is how there are some familiar some of these faces are in the Republican campaigns of 2004,2008 and 2016.
Helping Yanukovych's Presidential campaign where some major GOP linked groups, these included:
3eDC: a lobbying firm run Paul Manafort and Roger Stone. The pair have engaged in number of shady ventures over the years involving lobbying and political consulting. Stone was a key figure in the Watergate scandal.
New Media Communications:: run by CEO Mike Connell, who was accused of rigging GOP elections
Integrated Web Strategy:: another Connell affiliated company that works with Chamber of Commerce Institute of Legal Reform, which has been found by courts to have engaged in illegal election manipulations
Campaign Solutions:: run by Mike Connell's wife, Becki Donatelli
Airnet Group:, parent company of Smartech Corporation, owned by Jeff Averbeck, which was employed by Mike Connell in the controversial diversion of the state of Ohio's official vote prior to certification of a contested majority favoring George Bush over Democratic opponent John Kerry.
Dynology Corp:, which has a heavily military client list: "a majority of our staff hold security clearances that allow access to Secret and Top Secret classified government information."
U.S 2004 Presidential election
In December 2008 IT expert Mike Connell was killed in a plane Crash in Akron Ohio days before he was due to testify in lawsuit into vote rigging.
His notes,phone and laptop have never been recovered.
The nature of the assistance given to GOP's operative during the time is also suspicious the Bush white house used a private email server (sound familiar?) and private email addresses for the president and other senior Republicans millions of these emails where lost before
More recently allegations have surfaced about the way the voting machines Ohio where set up and their apparently lax security which could have led to vote counts being altered.
New Media communications also IT support for the Bush and McCain campaigns.
Connell's wife owns Donatelli group which also was also linked to voting controversies in Florida 2004 election to do with election machine software effecting the vote counts. Florida was/is a key swing state, which Bush won by a very small margin that year despite exit polls showing wins for Kerry.
Roger Stone helped spread a false rumour that elections officials in Florida where interfering with the vote recountprompting protesters to storm the offices where the recount was taking place. Stone had been sent to Florida on the express orders of senior Republicans.
CBS (2008):
Beginning as a political campaign worker and congressional staffer, Connell became a key Republican media consultant who developed Internet strategies for the 2000 and 2004 Bush-Cheney campaigns. He was founder and CEO of Cleveland-based New Media Communications, which built Web sites for President Bush and former presidential nominee John McCain, according to the company's Web site. He was also chief IT consultant for Karl Rove.
Connell's ties to the Bush family extend back to working on campaigns for George H.W. Bush and former Fla. Governor Jeb Bush, for whom he built the campaign site jeb.org. In 1999 he told the Cleveland magazine Inside Business, "I'm loyal to my network, I'm loyal to my friends, and I'm loyal to the Bush family."
He was also quoted as saying, when asked to predict the Internet's role in the upcoming presidential race, "There are things we will be doing on Election Day that haven't even been dreamt of yet."
The rise of the Republican Party in Washington in the '90s, and especially after the 2000 election, meant that Connell's network of connections was expanding as well. Having worked with Ohio Congressman Bob Ney and Governor Bob Taft, Connell's IT skills were sought after for the campaigns and Congressional sites for dozens of GOP candidates and officeholders. The New Media Communications Web site (now turned off, with a memorial to Connell in its place) boasted, "New Media's client list reads like a 'Who's Who' of Republican politics."
In 2000, Connell co-founded with his wife Heather GovTech Solutions to pursue government contracts.
GovTech's clients for databases, content management systems and other services included the White House, the Energy Department, several Republican-led Congressional committees and a few dozen congressional members' Web sites.
The Center for Public Integrity reported that in 2002 and 2004, the General Services Administration allowed federal agencies to purchase services directly from GovTech without a full bidding process.
In 2004 Connell helped form an online advertising firm called Connell Donatelli, which administered the Web site for Swift Boat Veterans for Truth, a 527 developed to attack Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry.
Connell's central role in building the IT infrastructure of the White House and his association with Karl Rove has brought him into the controversy surrounding missing White House e-mails relating to the firing of U.S. Attorneys and other topics, and the fate of e-mail communications sent by Rove and other administration staffers which were sent via a Republican Party Web site, gwb43.com, rather than through a whitehouse.gov address.
Connell built the gwb43.com site, which shares mail servers with GovTech.
Connell's Internet expertise also led him to be subpoenaed earlier this year to testify in an Ohio federal court regarding alleged voter fraud in the 2004 election. Despite exit polls showing a lead by Democratic nominee John Kerry of more than 4 percent, Mr. Bush won the state's vote by 2.5 percent, along with its crucial electoral votes.
Much has been written about problems at the polls in Ohio that year, where voters in many (predominantly Democratic) precincts were forced to wait hours because of a shortage of working voting machines. A lawsuit being pursued by attorney Clifford Arneback seeks to answer questions about this and other ballot problems. [For example, in Franklin County Mr. Bush received 4,258 votes in a precinct where only 638 voters cast ballots.]
Questions have also been raised about how votes from Ohio counties were tabulated. Computer expert Stephen Spoonamore, a Republican who works in detecting fraud in network architecture and protecting computer infrastructures, has testified that the Ohio election returns he saw were indicative of a "KingPin Attack," in which a computer is inserted into the communications flow of an IT system, with the intent to change data as it passes to its destination.
It was later learned that Ohio Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell's office had routed Internet traffic from county election offices through out-of-state servers based at SMARTech in Chattanooga, Tenn. SMARTech hosts dozens of GOP Web domains.
Last month, U.S. Judge Soloman Oliver refused Connell's request to quash a subpoena connected to the lawsuit, King Lincoln Bronzeville Neighborhood Association v. Blackwell, and demanded his testimony relating to his IT work.
In [a previous] his deposition given in November, Connell denied any knowledge of vote rigging.
The Ukraine connection
Sydney Morning Herald (2004):
Pens filled with disappearing ink. Hospital patients forced to vote in exchange for treatment. Students instructed to show their ballots to professors.
These are just some of the tricks used to skew Ukraine's disputed presidential election, observers say.
As the Supreme Court grappled for a third day today with the country's spiralling election crisis, legal experts, election monitors, and politicians said it could take weeks to unravel the knot of irregularities.
The Central Election Commission declared Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich the winner of the November 21 runoff for the presidency with a margin of 3 per cent - or some 880,000 votes - ahead of the top opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko.
International observers noted numerous election flaws and described them as blatantly counter to Ukrainian laws and international standards. Those allegations are the basis of the case the opposition has presented to the Supreme Court asking it to name Yushchenko the winner.
The examples filed to the Supreme Court focus on eight eastern and southern regions with more than 15 million votes, almost half of the total cast in the runoff.
Yushchenko's lawyers and observers pointed to turnout figures that exceeded 127 per cent in some precincts. Observers mainly attributed this to pro-Yanukovich activists who travelled across the country and voted many times as absentees.
"You can achieve 127 per cent ... if you have several well-organised groups to travel around," said Peter Novotny, the head of the 1,000-strong observer mission of the European Network of Election Monitors, who described the vote as "an outright fraud."
Prison officials were reported to have forced inmates to vote for the government candidate. One Western observer who spoke on condition of anonymity said some hospital patients were told to vote for a specific candidate if they wanted treatment.
Students said they were stripped of their right to a secret ballot, or face the loss of privileges.
"We had to, or we could have lost our rooms on campus" said Serhiy, a student from Yanukovich's eastern stronghold of Donetsk, who only gave his first name for fear of reprisals.
Ukraine's opposition has produced transcripts of telephone conversations between pro-Yanukovich officials, allegedly taped by Ukraine's Security Service, that purportedly document vote-rigging. One exchange, published on the Ukrayinska Pravda Web site, went like this:
Official 1: "Why is the voting rate in the Donetsk and Dnepropetrovsk regions so low?"
Official 2: "We're increasing it now."
Official 1: "Don't drag things out."
In the Ukrainian election similar allegations where made with regards to vote rigging where made when tapes where released of Yanjkoich discussing tampering with ballots
The opposition leader at the time called the election 'rigged'.
Suspicions where aroused when exit polls and final vote tallies turned widely different the same issue that alarmed voters in the U.S the same year.
Bloomberg (2017):
Jim Slattery arrived at the Stalin-era presidential headquarters in Kiev, Ukraine, with an unusual gift for the nation’s strongman leader: a bust of Abraham Lincoln.
What Slattery didn’t know was that another American operative was helping the president defend the imprisonment of Yulia Tymoshenko, an act widely condemned in the Western world.
His name: Paul Manafort, future presidential campaign manager for Donald Trump. Today, Manafort sits at the center of the concentric circles of worry and suspicion over what President Trump has called “this Russia thing.” What began with questions about Moscow’s meddling in the 2016 U.S. election has Democrats, and even some Republicans, now warning of Trump’s Watergate.
Until recently, Manafort had receded into the background as the uproar over Trump’s firing of his national security adviser, Michael Flynn, and then the FBI director, James Comey, began to shake the White House.
But the Manafort story—a tale of pro-Russia players, political tradecraft and cunning financial maneuvers—has never gone away. The reason, in a word, is money. Manafort, who less than a year ago was playing a central role in the Trump campaign, made millions of dollars over a decade promoting Kremlin-friendly interests in Ukraine and beyond. No other Trump associate has profited as handsomely from ties to Russia-linked businessmen and politicians.
In the decade before he worked for Trump, Manafort’s efforts did for Moscow what its finest political minds had failed to do: help get a pro-Russian candidate installed in Kiev. It culminated in Russia’s annexation of Crimea, the revival of Cold War tensions, Western sanctions on Russia’s energy and banking sectors and Russia’s campaign to get those sanctions removed.
Manafort, 68, had claimed Yanukovych was the one Ukrainian who could lead his country closer to the West at a pace Putin could stand, according to Dan Fried, a former U.S. assistant secretary of state for the region which includes Ukraine. But that proved false.
Manafort, who denies any contact with Russian government officials, never registered as a lobbyist for a foreign government for his Ukrainian work. His spokesman said Manafort had “received formal guidance recently from the authorities” on registering under the Foreign Agents Registration Act for some of his work, none of which, he contended, was for the Russian government.
Ukrainian prosecutors are investigating what they call a “criminal organization” set up by Yanukovych via bribes and theft of state assets before he fled to Moscow after the killing of more than 100 protesters in 2014, and they are looking at what role Manafort may have played in the suspected scheme. They’ve repeatedly asked the FBI for help to question Manafort as part of their inquiry into a New York law firm in connection to a report that largely defended the Tymoshenko prosecution.
“We’re waiting for a response,” says Serhiy Gorbatyuk, Ukraine’s head of special prosecutions, his desk piled high with papers.
For Manafort—who resigned from the Trump campaign after six months amid reports of his work in Ukraine—ties to pro-Russian politicians go back to 2005. He played a key role in transforming Yanukovych, who was convicted in his youth of robbery and assault, into a popular candidate who clinched the presidency in 2010.
“Manafort raised very sensitive issues to spin Yanukovych more effectively,” says Serhiy Leshchenko, a member of the Ukrainian parliament. “He used damaging techniques to divide Ukrainian society and help Putin to achieve a simple goal.”
Manafort, who speaks neither Russian nor Ukrainian, developed a close working relationship with Yanukovych, discussing—through an interpreter—politics and strategy during sauna sessions and tennis matches at the opulent Mezhyhirya palace, according to a person who worked on Yanukovych’s election campaigns.
In the five-year period from 2007 to 2012, Manafort was paid at least $12.7 million, according to a handwritten Party of Regions ledger found later in its head office. Ukraine’s anti-corruption bureau and the FBI are investigating whether the ledger reflected any illegal payments to Manafort and to others. Manafort’s spokesman says that after being paid he had many expenses and so the payment figure does not represent profit. One payment to Manafort on the ledger matches an invoice he signed in 2009 to sell $750,000 of computers to a Belize-registered company called Neocom Systems Ltd., according to documents obtained by Leshchenko from Manafort’s Kiev office.
Belize is investigating. Doug Singh, who runs International Corporate Services (ICS), which registered Neocom in 2007, says he’s received multiple requests for records from Belize’s Financial Intelligence Unit, which investigates money laundering. Belize authorities declined further comment. Evgeniy Kaseev, listed as a director of Neocom, couldn’t be reached for comment. Manafort’s spokesman disputed the authenticity of the invoice and said Manafort is unfamiliar with it.
Manafort’s contacts with pro-Russian politicians go beyond Yanukovych and the Party of Regions. Viktor Medvedchuk said he met Manafort in 2014. Medvedchuk is so close to the Kremlin that Putin is godfather to his daughter and he is under U.S. sanctions because of his role in the conflict in eastern Ukraine. In a written response to questions, he said of Manafort that he was “the best, both among foreign and domestic political consultants. The events of the past year in the United States have only strengthened my opinion.” He said he had not had contact with Manafort since then. Manafort’s spokesman confirmed the 2014 meeting but said he didn’t recall interacting with Medvedchuk directly.
Even after Russia annexed Crimea in 2014 and Yanukovych fled to Russia, Manafort returned to Ukraine 17 times, earning at least $1 million to help reelect pro-Russia politicians, according to a party official who worked with him. Manafort’s spokesman declined to comment on that payment.
The idea of working in Ukraine first came to Manafort in 2004 from Oleg Deripaska, a Russian billionaire who controls aluminum producer Rusal, according to a person familiar with the situation. Ukraine was in the throes of the Orange Revolution—protests over allegations of electoral fraud in Yanukovych’s November 2004 victory. The Supreme Court ordered a new election. Manafort’s then-partner, Rick Davis, went to Kiev and concluded it was too late to help. Yanukovych’s pro-Western rival Viktor Yushchenko won.
Manafort Timeline:
March 2006 - Helps Party of Regions win parliamentary elections, paving the way for Viktor Yanukovych to become prime minister.
January 2010 - Helps Yanukovych win the presidency.
October 2011 - Former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko is jailed.
November 2013 - Yanukovych terminates negotiations with the EU over Ukraine’s association agreement, sparking widespread protests.
February 2014 - More than 100 protesters are shot in Kiev’s Independence Square. Soon after, Yanukovych flees to Moscow.
March 2014 - Putin annexes Crimea. The EU and U.S. impose travel bans and asset freezes on Russian and Ukrainian officials.
October 2014 - Advises the Opposition Bloc in snap parliamentary elections, and it wins 10 percent of the vote.
April 2016 - Joins Trump’s presidential campaign. Resigns six months later.
April/May 2017 - U.S. investigators demand Manafort’s bank records. The Senate requests details of his contact with Russian officials. Manhattan prosecutors probe his real estate transactions.
Manafort arrived in 2005 to advise Ukraine’s richest man, billionaire Rinat Akhmetov, who was worried his business interests might be seized by President Yushchenko. That same year, Davis Manafort Partners Inc. registered a company in Moscow at an address used by more than 80 other firms. It’s unclear whether the company actually functioned, and Manafort’s spokesman said no such office was opened. While working in Ukraine, Manafort earned millions from a side private equity fund with Deripaska, according to a lawsuit by Deripaska, who is suing Manafort in the Cayman Islands over the soured business partnership. Deripaska declined to comment.
Akhmetov, then a major financial backer of the Party of Regions, asked Manafort to help Yanukovych’s 2006 parliamentary election campaign. Manafort hired as many as 40 top-flight U.S. campaign workers, some of whom later worked on the Trump campaign, including Tim Unes, who organized Trump’s rallies, and Rick Gates.
Crucial to the strategy—and new to Ukraine—was research from focus groups and better polling to drive messaging. Among the issues: the rights of Russian-speakers and opposition to Ukraine’s joining NATO.
“He was going for visceral issues and an emotional reaction,” says Kateryna Yushchenko, the American-born wife of former President Viktor Yushchenko and a onetime State Department and White House official. “When I confronted his people about it, they said, ‘That’s politics.’ I said this isn’t like gun rights or abortion. Here it could lead to war.”
Even though he hired Manafort, Yanukovych retained Russian advisers from Moscow, including Vyacheslav Nikonov, a member of Putin’s United Russia faction, and Sergei Glazyev, Putin’s current adviser on Ukraine, according to Taras Chornovil, a top Party of Regions official until 2008. A spokesman for Glazyev confirmed he advised Yanukovych from 2004 to 2009 but didn’t consult with Manafort.
The Party of Regions emerged from the 2006 election with the largest number of seats in parliament; Yanukovych became prime minister. His victory was short-lived, however. His political struggle with President Yushchenko resulted in elections a year later. This time Manafort ran a cookie-cutter campaign. In one ad, a Party of Regions poster showed what was purportedly a smiling blonde Ukrainian girl holding a bright yellow umbrella under the slogan “Stability and Prosperity.” In reality, Manafort’s advisers had plucked a stock photograph of an American girl.
His party did well but Yanukovych was pushed into opposition after Tymoshenko cobbled together a ruling coalition. In 2008, then-President Yushchenko announced a campaign for eventual Ukrainian membership in NATO. To exploit widespread opposition to NATO, Manafort’s team brought a truck to the parliament filled with anti-NATO balloons and instructed parliamentarians to each take one into the chamber.
Ukraine’s hope of joining NATO ended with its 2010 presidential election. With Manafort guiding him, Yanukovych won narrowly. Manafort prepared Yanukovych’s first visit as head of state to Washington that April. He advised Yanukovych to give up Ukraine’s remaining stock of highly enriched uranium, according to a person close to the situation. Ukraine had given up its nuclear weapons in 1994 and there was little sacrifice involved in yielding the uranium. But it helped Yanukovych clinch a major prize: a photo of him beaming alongside President Barack Obama.
Manafort was closely involved in recruiting the firm of Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLC on behalf of the Ukrainian Justice Ministry to write a lengthy report on Tymoshenko’s prosecution. He met with Justice Minister Oleksandr Lavrynovych to go over the contract with Skadden and emailed with Skadden partner Greg Craig, according to documents uncovered by Ukrainian prosecutors. The ministry agreed to pay Skadden a mere $12,000, just below the threshold requiring it to go to a public tender. But much more money was to come to Skadden.
Manafort was prepping the Party of Regions for another parliamentary election in October 2012, bringing in Tony Fabrizio, who would later become the Trump campaign’s chief pollster. International monitors said the elections were marked by the abuse of state resources and lack of transparency in party financing.
Manafort advised Yanukovych to push ahead with an association agreement with the EU. But the EU insisted he release Tymoshenko, while Putin pressured him to abandon the deal. In November 2013, Yanukovych terminated negotiations with the EU. The move triggered widespread protests.
Months after Russia annexed Crimea, Manafort returned to Ukraine to advise the pro-Russian anti-NATO party, now known as the Opposition Bloc, for the 2014 parliamentary elections, again bringing Fabrizio on board. Nestor Shufrych, one of the party leaders, says Manafort pushed for them to be the voice of Russians in the east. Shufrych thought they had no chance but they got nearly 10 percent, with 29 seats. Manafort personally approved the list of candidates, according to another party official.
Shufrych says the party paid Manafort roughly $1 million. The two celebrated over a bottle of cognac at Manafort’s Kiev office.
The new disclosures are required under a law that was passed to combat Nazi propaganda during World War II, known as the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA). The disclosure requirements are more stringent than domestic lobbying forms and include more information, including details like itemized meetings and phone calls.
Also in the filing is a flyer that the firm distributed, touting reforms to the voting process in Ukraine to make it more "free, fair and transparent." For example, one new rule increased the vote threshold a party is required to have before they could be admitted to parliament from 3 percent to 5 percent. Another nixed the option to "vote against all" on the ballot.
During the contract with Mercury, Manafort also attended meetings with Paula Dobriansky, a former State Department official during the Bush administration, a senior fellow at Harvard’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, and Nadia Diuk, a vice president at the National Endowment for Democracy.
The disclosures also detail all the other contacts Mercury made on behalf of the Centre, including reaching out to dozens of news outlets and meeting with government officials, staffers and lawmakers on Capitol Hill, think tanks and nonprofit organizations.
The documents also bring to light details first uncovered by The Associated Press last August about what Manafort did to influence U.S. policy toward Ukraine and Russia.
His relationships with pro-Russia figures and work in the Trump campaign have been central to the controversy swirling around accusations that Russia meddled in the U.S. presidential election in Trump’s favor.
Similar filings by Manafort could be forthcoming, his spokesman told The Hill earlier this month.
Even before the 2016 elections, Manafort “has been in discussions with federal authorities about the advisability of registering under FARA for some of his past political work,” said spokesman Jason Maloni.
“Mr. Manafort received formal guidance recently from the authorities and he is taking appropriate steps in response to the guidance.”
Violating FARA is considered a felony, though only a handful of prosecutions have been pursued since the law's formation. It is considered a compliance-based statute, so even filling out registration paperwork late can get firms and individuals out of trouble with the Justice Department. FARA is more broad than the LDA, and covers consulting and public relations efforts, in addition to traditional lobbying.
Mercury and the Podesta Group had been registered for the Centre under the Lobbying Disclosure Act, which dictates domestic lobbying disclosure. The two firms made a total of $2.2 million during the two years of work.
Both firms had signed statements from the Centre, saying that it received no funds or support from a foreign government or party — something lawyers advised the firms would preclude them from registering under FARA.
However, following a series of AP reports that included details about how Manafort and his associate Rick Gates directed strategy while operating as advisers for the Party of Regions, the firms have decided to register with the Justice Department retroactively.
U.S 2016 Presidential election
Trumps Key campaign staff Cater Page ,Paul Manafort and Roger Stone had an huge impact on Trump's political campaign in both it's message,strategy and day to day operating it's very likely these three had a key impact in shifting the GOP's position on Russian sanctions and the Ukraine crisis.
The Washington Post (2017):
A 2004 article at Slate details the allegations against Yanukovych, including stuffing ballot boxes and use of police to intimidate Yushchenko supporters. The rampant fraud led to a series of protests dubbed the Orange Revolution -- and a second ballot, which Yushchenko won.
At some point over the next two years, Yanukovych hired an American consultant to help the Party of Regions in the parliamentary elections. A cable released by Wikileaks noted the addition to Yanukovych's team.
Enjoying a lead in the polls since the fall 2005 Orange team split, ex-PM Yanukovych's Party of Regions is working to change its image from that of a haven for mobsters into that of a legitimate political party. Tapping the deep pockets of Donetsk clan godfather Rinat Akhmetov, Regions has hired veteran K street political help for its "extreme makeover" effort. According to the Internet news site Glavred.info, Davis, Manafort & Freedman is among the political consultants that have been hired to do the nipping and tucking.
Davis, Manafort & Freedman was, as you'd expect, Paul Manafort's firm.
Business Insider (2017):
Before the GOP's national security committee meeting last July, Trump had said multiple times that he thought the West should respond more forcefully to Russian aggression.
He gave a speech in Ukraine in September 2015, at the Yalta European Strategy Annual Meeting, where he said "our president is not strong and he is not doing what he should be doing for the Ukraine." He mentioned that he thought Europe should be "leading some of the charge" against Russia's aggression, too.
But his tone on Ukraine and Crimea appeared to shift after he hired Manafort to manage his campaign in April 2016, as Politico's Michael Crowley has reported.
At the end of July, for instance, Trump told ABC that "the people of Crimea, from what I've heard, would rather be with Russia than where they were. And you have to look at that, also." Days earlier, he had told reporters that he "would be looking at" the possibility of lifting sanctions against Russia for its annexation of Crimea.
Manafort served as a top adviser to a pro-Russian political party in Ukraine from 2004 to 2012, and he helped the Russia-friendly strongman Viktor Yanukovych win the Ukrainian presidency in 2010.
Yanukovych was ousted on corruption charges in 2014 and fled to Russia under the protection of the Kremlin.
Secret ledgers uncovered by an anti-corruption centre in Kiev and obtained by The New York Times revealed that Yanukovych's political party, the pro-Russia Party of Regions, earmarked $12.7 million in undisclosed cash payments to Manafort for his work from 2007 to 2012.
Manafort has denied ever having collected the earmarked payments. But the unverified dossier on which top US leaders have been briefed alleges that Yanukovych "confided directly to Putin that he authorized kickback payments to Manafort," who "had been commercially active in Ukraine right up to the time (in March 2016) when he joined campaign team."
Quartz (2016):
In early May 2016, the Missouri state legislature submitted a bill to the governor requiring that citizens must show photo ID in order to vote. Democrats staged an all-night filibuster opposing the measure, noting that it could potentially disenfranchise over 220,000 voters who who lack proper ID. Missouri attorney Steve Harman noted the bill would most likely affect black Missourians—11% of the population—and that it echoed the political aims of Jim Crow. As is true in most states, there has never been a case of voter fraud in Missouri history, leading many legislators to question the true intent of the law.
Missouri is known as “the bellwether state,” having voted for the winning candidate in all but one presidential election between 1904 and 2008. Obama lost the state in both elections, but in 2008, he lost by a mere 3903 votes. Imagine what that result would have looked like had 220,000 voters—among them his black Democratic base—been unable to cast their ballots.
In swing states like Missouri, voter ID laws that disenfranchise non-white voters could potentially influence the outcome of national elections. In this case, purple states like Missouri may in the future turn blazing red.
Missouri’s law will not be passed in time to impact the 2016 race. But it is part of a growing trend of states that have passed or moved toward restrictive voter ID laws as America’s population grows increasingly diverse. In 2016, 17 states will have new voting restrictions in place for the first time in a presidential election: Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
Of these states, Arizona, Georgia, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia, and Wisconsin have been identified as swing states. Others are newly ambiguous: Texas, a state that has voted Republican since 1980, is now less of a sure bet. After GOP frontrunner Donald Trump proclaimed Mexicans “rapists” in the summer of 2015, applications for citizenship and voter registration among Texan Latino immigrants soared, and polls have shown a tight race. But will the new voters be able to cast their ballots? Under current regulations, an estimated 771,300 Texan Latinos, many of them recent immigrants, lack the required ID.
Buzzfeed (2017):
The dead man was Scot Young. The one-time multimillionaire and fixer to the world’s super-rich had been telling friends, family, and the police for years that he was being targeted by a team of Russian hitmen – ever since his fortune vanished overnight in a mysterious Moscow property deal. He was the ninth in a circle of friends and business associates to die in suspicious circumstances. But when the police entered his penthouse that night, they didn’t even dust for fingerprints. They declared his death a suicide on the spot and closed the case.
A two-year investigation by BuzzFeed News has now uncovered explosive evidence pointing to Russia that the police overlooked. A massive trove of documents, phone records, and secret recordings shows Young was part of a circle of nine men, including the exiled oligarch Boris Berezovsky, who all died suspiciously on British soil after making powerful enemies in Russia. The files reveal that Young lived in the shadow of the Russian security services and mafia groups after fronting for Berezovsky.
Scott Young is one of 14 people suspected of being assassinated on the orders of the Russian state on U.K soil.
CNN (2017):
The brazen daytime slaying of a Russian politician outside a Ukrainian hotel this week brings to eight the number of high-profile Russians who have died over the past five months since the US presidential election on November 8.
Steele dossier allegations:
The Steel dossier shed new light on the Trump-Russia controversy much of this has been corroborated.
Page 4:
Dossier claims Paul Manafort & Carter Page were colluding w/Russians.
Dossier claims Wikileaks is a front for the Kremlin.
Dossier claims Russia had moles within the Dem Party.
Page 9:
Dossier claims that Russia has krompat on Trump in addition to material on Clinton.
Dossier claims Cater Page held secret meetings on sanctions.
independent.ie (2017):
An ex-KGB chief suspected of helping the former MI6 spy Christopher Steele to compile his dossier on Donald Trump may have been murdered by the Kremlin and his death covered up, it's been claimed. Oleg Erovinkin, a former general in the KGB and its successor the FSB, was found dead in the back of his car in Moscow on December 26 in mysterious circumstances. Mr Erovinkin was a key aide to Igor Sechin, a former deputy prime minister and now head of Rosneft, the state-owned oil company, who is repeatedly named in the dossier.
He has been described as a key liaison between Mr Sechin and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Mr Steele wrote in an intelligence report dated July 19, 2016, he had a source close to Mr Sechin, who had disclosed alleged links between Mr Trump's supporters and Moscow. The death of Mr Erovinkin has prompted speculation it is linked to Mr Steele's explosive dossier, which was made public earlier this month.
Talking Points Memo (2017)
Congress is investigating whether any private voter information allegedly stolen by Russian hackers was passed to or used by the Trump campaign, Time reported Thursday.
Ken Menzel, general counsel of the Illinois State Board of Elections, told Time that 90,000 state voter records were obtained through cyberattacks on their system, 90 percent of which contained drivers license numbers and a quarter of which contained the last four digits of voters’ Social Security numbers. Two anonymous sources close to congressional investigations into Russia’s election interference say lawmakers want to know if any of this stolen data eventually ended up in the hands of Trump’s team.
Time did not specify which of the five congressional committees looking into Russian interference in the election is investigating this specific thread.
This report is the latest indication that Russia’s cyberattacks on the United States’ electoral infrastructure, which include efforts to delete or alter voter data in Illinois and targeted attacks on election systems in 21 states, are becoming a focus of congressional and federal probes into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/congress-investigating-trump-team-used-voter-information-stolen-russians
Conclusions:
The issues that come up again and again are:
The real question is how far does the Russia-Trump web spread? And has this plan been a long time in the making?
submitted by GauntYeti to conspiracy [link] [comments]


2019.01.24 22:54 gold_rush_doom [Rant/Appreciation] Romania are printre cele mai bune legi pro-consumatori din europa

EDIT: le-am scris pe Facebook unde au relații cu clienții non-stop și mi-au anulat abonamentul de tot și mi-au creditat contul cu banii de abonament. Rămâne să văd dacă doar pentru luna asta sau pentru toate 4 luni.
Si asta e printre putinele legi bune in Romania.
Sunt in Germania si ceea ce fac companiile aici aproape ca ar fi numite tepe.
Vodafone mi-a stricat seara si posibil vacanta urmatoare cu o mostra de tupeu sau rea vointa sau nu stiu cum sa-i zic. In iunie am cerut sa-mi inchei contractul de telefonie mobila cu ei cu 3 luni in avans cum e obiceiul la ei. N-am crezut niciodata ca se poate intampla ceea ce s-a intamplat. M-am dus pe site unde au sectiunea Mobilfunk Vertrag Kundigen, adica incheiere contract telefonie mobila. Eu pe contract aveam "2 numere" dar incheiate impreuna, practic un sim de voce si unul de date pentru tableta. Pe site mi s-a cerut numarul de telefon. Cred ca v-ati prins de aici ce s-a intamplat.
A venit Octombrie, mi s-a "anulat" contractul si mi-am incheiat unul nou cu ei, pentru ca doar astfel si doar doar astfel puteam beneficia de o oferta buna. Daca prelungeam o sugeam incredibil si plateam in continuare 50e pentru 3gb. Revenind, am prins o oferta cu 13gb de date la... 50e + 20e pentru telefon lunar. Iar pentru primele 3 luni nu platesc nimic. Au venit facturile pe Octombrie, Noiembrie si Decembrie cu facturi de 20e lunar. Am crezut ca e doar telefonul ca doar nu-s prosti astia sa platesc doar 420e pentru un telefon de 700e.
A venit ziua de plata in Ianuarie si mi-au luat in 2 transe 70e si 20e. Am zis ca-s prosti si mi-au tarifat telefonul de 2 ori. Ma uit pe cont si imi apare doar factura de 20e. Aici imi dau seama ca era factura pentru sim-ul de date.
Am sunat la ei si evident ca mi-au explicat ca la ei la Vodafone cand inchizi un contract, trebuie sa inchizi fiecare numar.
Eu am ramas prost si nu mi-a venit sa cred cum poti sa spui ca inchizi un contract fara sa inchizi un contract. Practic ei doar au modificat contractul scotand unul din servicii.
In Romania asa ceva s-ar numi modificare de contract si ar fi obligati sa-mi trimita o copie a noului contract in 24h. Ceea ce foarte ciudat pentru ca divizia lor de Internet prin cablu mi-au trimis o modificare de contract pe email cand mi-am adaugat o optiune noua prin serviciul lor online.
submitted by gold_rush_doom to Romania [link] [comments]


2018.02.22 09:15 dreammanalishi Dear FBI, the evidence that proved the Uranium One scandal leads to evidence that proves other criminal conspiracies that are equivalent or worse than the crimes in your recent indictments.

Dear FBI,
Mr. Ruben Vardanyan, who President Putin appointed, is the Russian you are looking for. The evidence is incontrovertible, publicly available and easy to understand.
This man is part of a network of transactions, where money originating from the Kremlin made it through a variety of revenue streams that is factually collusion, treason, misprision of treason and Voorhees Act violations.
The American people have seen many, many people hanged for less.
They spent money used to influence social media, the news on TV and have reached into a variety of other media to influence public opinion during the election. They have manufactured news and committed a variety of crimes that reach all the way to human trafficking and forced labor.
Mr. Ruben Vardanyan's wikipedia page doesn't mention Putin, at this time, I don't think (which I find curious, don't you?) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruben_Vardanyan_(businessman), but the world knows he works for Putin and has a long list of businesses and NGOs he is the board or CEO of.
former CEO and controlling shareholder of Troika Dialog
Previously, he served on the boards of directors of Russian Venture Company (2011-2012), and Joule Unlimited, Inc. (U.S.), a pioneer in the production of liquid fuel from solar energy (2010-2017).
Now, we all know, in this day and age, what that means. They are money laundering. Do we have any proof? Of course, the Panama Papers say it all and the ICIJ has proven to have reliable information.
[On a side note, I have a question about their affiliations, because I encountered a number of "shill" accounts that seemed tied to Scientology. Is there any connection? Maybe Bohemian Grove? It is possible they were trying to lead me on a "conspiracy theory" goose chase. If you put that you work for the ICIJ on say... Facebook... could you think of any reason a number of people would try to anonymously ask you about either of those organizations?]
For years there have been reports – mainly from whistleblowers – about Putin’s secret wealth. A few offshore companies, a palace and a mega yacht have all been said to belong to the Russian leader. Various news organizations have also noted how the people around Putin have become rich. Yet a detailed picture of the hidden financial affairs of Putin’s circle has remained elusive.
The records reveal what until now has mostly been the stuff of rumor: how Putin’s cronies secretly conduct their business. The law firm’s internal files show how minions and proxies created structures to hide and move the secret wealth. The records include email correspondence, bank account forms, loan agreements, share transactions and passport scans. Dates, cash amounts and contract terms are detailed.
https://www.icij.org/investigations/panama-papers/20160403-putin-russia-offshore-network/
http://archive.is/tP4SL
There is so much information over at the ICIJ, that I am not going to go over all of it. But I will show you one picture, so that you know what we are talking about.
http://i.imgur.com/TZrYgtb.png
This is what it looks like when you do a search. You can simply go to https://offshoreleaks.icij.org/ and type in a company name to see how it starts to connect.
Putin adviser Ruben Vardanyan was board chair and principal owner of the bank that ran Avtoinvest, a big shareholder in Kamaz. In 2008, Vardanyan wanted to consolidate a majority hold on Kamaz, according to press reports, but he needed help. The government of the Russian Republic of Tatarstan held a significant portion of the shares of the company; it had to be persuaded to sell.
As part of the deal, Roldugin’s company obtained a potential say over all aspects of the operation of Kamaz such as “approval of the business plan and budget” and approval over which foreign corporations would be able to invest in the company, if Avtoinvest got its majority.
Roldugin’s company paid $1.5 million for the option and potential rights.
In return, the agreement found in the Mossack Fonseca files spelled out that Roldugin’s company was expected to lobby for the “project,” which was described as getting Avtoinvest its majority.
By late April 2008, Tartarstan entered into an agreement to sell its shares to Avtoinvest, at below market price, according to press reports.
Point being, Mr. Vardanyan is not just an adviser of Putin, they are actively working together to make Putin's friend rich. So, when he is on the board of Joule Unlimited, with John Podesta, shouldn't we all be concerned that Putin has a common agenda of Podesta, who is getting paid a lot of money by him?
Especially when it also shows that John Podesta is actively manipulating the news, behind the scenes, along with other DNC operatives, like Donna Brazile? Have you looked into how much money has come into the DNC directly from Putin's pocket?
This is fact. Putin is paying into the DNC and there is clear evidence that mainstream media outlets cooperate with them. Putin is doing this through Ruben Vardanyan, in the case of John Podesta and The Podesta Group.
My understanding is that Tony Podesta resigned from the Podesta Group as well, but are they still shareholders? Like Mr. Vardanyan, who is no longer CEO of Troika Dialog, but is still a major shareholder?
Let's quickly review the evidence behind what I just said...
This is John Podesta's email that explain exactly how he is hiding money from Joule Unlimited... Russian Money. It is going to his daughter's company, Leonidio LLC.
https://wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/emailid/4635
I dug back further and confirm that the original terms were for a 4 year vesting schedule of which John was ¾ vested (this reflects what John actually exercised – i.e. 75,000 out of 100,000 options). The 4 year schedule is reflected in the “offer” letter which our previous CEO sent to John and John signed and sent back. It is also reflected in the Board minutes where John’s grant was approved. Please see the attachments for reference. The good news is that I think John understands these options to be 4 year vesting and that his exercise of 75,000 shares is correct.
This happened January 6, 2014, where John seemed ready to vest most of his shares via approval of Ruben Vardanyan. Curious to know when he got the other 25,000? Me too.
Is any of this reported anywhere? Because, if not, that would be a violation of the Voorhees Act, wouldn't it?
The Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) was enacted in 1938. FARA is a disclosure statute that requires persons acting as agents of foreign principals in a political or quasi-political capacity to make periodic public disclosure of their relationship with the foreign principal, as well as activities, receipts and disbursements in support of those activities. Disclosure of the required information facilitates evaluation by the government and the American people of the statements and activities of such persons in light of their function as foreign agents. The FARA Registration Unit of the Counterintelligence and Export Control Section (CES) in the National Security Division (NSD) is responsible for the administration and enforcement of the Act.
You can find a few Podesta entities just by searching for Podesta, like Podesta Associates, Heather Podesta & Partners and the Podesta Group. This seems like a lot of avenues to get money from, as well, don't you think? Kind of like the Russians?
Here is what the Podesta emails reveal about their attitude, when it comes to foreign registered agents...
 From:[email protected] To: [email protected] CC: [email protected], [email protected] Date: 2015-04-17 01:38 Subject: Re: Foreign registered agents Take the money!! 
This is the list of media outlets that the emails revealed were colluding with Podesta. Were all these interactions disclosed?
https://i.imgur.com/nVleVkv.jpg
Is it true that this document was filed the same time that Manafort was arrested?
https://www.fara.gov/docs/5926-Exhibit-AB-20160122-71.pdf
Didn't he also just "Take the money!!"?
The Daily Caller knows this is the truth, too.
http://dailycaller.com/2017/11/05/tony-podesta-lobbied-for-russias-uranium-one-and-did-not-file-as-a-foreign-agent/
Tony Podesta’s lobbying firm, the Podesta Group, represented the Russian-owned company Uranium One during former President Barack Obama’s administration and did not register under the Foreign Agents Registration Act, The Daily Caller News Foundation has determined.
And this is where it starts to get really dicey, because the Clintons are going to Kazakhstan to secure uranium rights for a South African company where the mines are using forced slave labor and require human trafficking networks from Mongolia to provide them with their slaves.
The problem is, Frank Giustra bought Uranium One and then named his own Canadian company Uranium One, then sold THAT to Rosatom. I don't think enough people are aware of that.
Media Matters and the New YOrk Times were already running interference on these issues as early as 2008. They had been setting up this for for a long time, securing up uranium all over the world for RUBEN VARDANYAN AND ROSATOM.
THE CLINTONS HAVE BEEN WORKING FOR RUBEN VARDANYAN FOR YEARS.
This has been a massive concentration of wealth where mining rights are being sucked up by a massive, corrupt machine. The closer you look, the worse it gets.
Bill Clinton pardoned Marc Rich of Glencore. They have been on the radar, for years, for utilizing slave labor. Even a CEO was recently arrested for this crime. All those years ago, guess who worked the case... JAMES COMEY!. I think they've been working together for a long time.
https://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/michael-w-chapman/timeline-uranium-exec-gave-313-million-clinton-foundation
https://www.rferl.org/a/kazatomprom-nuclear-corruption-kazakhstan-arrests/25316850.html
http://www.world-nuclear-news.org/C-Kazatomprom-CEO-dies-suddenly-aged-44-27031501.html
http://www.intellinews.com/kazatomprom-corruption-probe-engulfs-head-canada-s-uranium-one-500014614/?archive=bne
http://money.cnn.com/2013/06/26/investing/marc-rich/index.html
Before the pardon, Rich's wife made a series of donations to support Democratic Party causes. Critics suggested that the donations and the pardon were connected.
With Glencore's connection to human trafficking and known human traffickers , isn't it problematic that they are paying into the DNC for political favors? Isn't this much of the same? Hasn't this always been illegal?
It is certainly obvious and there is no questioning it is happening and the entire world is wondering WHY AREN'T YOU DOING ANYTHING ABOUT IT!?
We see the news and we see the Internet and we are increasingly aware how bad the situation is with paid propaganda. The Clintons, involved in scandal after scandal are getting away with it because of people like Ruben Vardanyan, Vladimir Putin, John Podesta and YOU.
And it seems that the FBI or the corrupt influences within the FBI have unfarily manipulated the news and ARE ACTIVELY MANIPULATING THE NEWS because there is story after story using the tone of constipated anxiety about Trump and Russia, but they never mention these ties.
The following emails explain that they are going to take foreign money during the primaries and just gloss over FARA requirements. They are actively ignoring FARA requirements across the board. https://wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/emailid/44934
How much worse could Trump really be than this? In order to get closer, he would have to have obviously exchanged tens of millions of dollars with Putin, himself.
So... from the American people who are aware that this is all going on, we want to know...
What is the FBI going to do about blatant and obvious corruption?
Why is the DNC allowed to use the news and astroturf the Internet using DARVO tactics on both sides?
This situation is completely insane and if a kid can dig up this evidence in an evening of surfing the Internet, why are you so far behind in this investigation? We all knew Andrew McCabe's wife was taking money from this corrupt money supply for over a year and you let him stay. Bruce Ohr. Bill Priestap. IS EVERYONE COMPROMISED OVER THERE?
We all know there is an email where Hillary references leverage over Bernie Sanders. Isn't that illegal? Racketeering? Intimidation? Isn't she essentially acting like Putin's goon in order to steal the primaries?
The American people need to go back to being anti-war and pro-transparency. We are demanding that lobbyists don't drag us into proxy conflicts using our intelligence and military apparatus that are seemingly often for corporate interests or for the interest of black budgets.
The intelligence community in the US is participating in the trafficking of drugs, guns and, now it seems, people.
This has to stop. At this stage, it is like the FBI needs to be dismantled because the intelligence community has turned on the Constitution and on the American people and it has the nerve to tell us in the news that we should find a lot of ways to think that torturing our own people is okay.
We are told that we need to give up privacy and security for good sounding reasons, but the result is that it empowers you to sell more drugs, more guns and trade in more of our flesh.
And is bad as the intelligence community has treated the American people...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unethical_human_experimentation_in_the_United_States
https://i.imgur.com/wGfSk3Q.jpg
Several significant operational techniques were developed in this theater, including extensive research into sexual blackmail, surveillance technology, and the possible use of mind-altering drugs in field operations.[130]
Several of the children who Cameron experimented on were sexually abused, in at least one case by several men. One of the children was filmed numerous times performing sexual acts with high-ranking federal government officials, in a scheme set up by Cameron and other MKULTRA researchers, to blackmail the officials to ensure further funding for the experiments.
What the intelligence community has done to the world is the blackest stain on mankind in human history.
The picture tells the whole story.
Dear FBI, we demand an explanation.
https://i.imgur.com/fDhwEYB.png
https://www.politico.com/story/2017/04/paul-manafort-lobbying-ukraine-podesta-group-237163
http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/experts-say-manafort-charges-under-foreign-agents-law-could-spell-trouble-for-mike-flynn-tony-podesta/article/2638985
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-08-20/fbi-probing-firm-belonging-clinton-campaign-chairmans-brother-ties-ukraine-corruptio
http://hawaiipublicradio.org/post/mueller-investigation-brings-down-top-democratic-lobbyist
https://news.populiarno.com/2017/10/23/mueller-now-investigating-democratic-lobbyist-tony-podesta/
http://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article/russias-best-known-investment-banker-ruben-vardanian-on-building-trust-in-a-fast-moving-world/
https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/role-of-hillary-clintons-brother-in-haiti-gold-mine-raises-eyebrows/2015/03/20/c8b6e3bc-cc05-11e4-a2a7-9517a3a70506_story.html
https://www.verite.org/the-nexus-of-illegal-gold-mining-and-human-trafficking-report/
http://yournewswire.com/russia-john-podesta/
https://i.imgur.com/9Er0Vkr.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/skcUjjc.jpg
http://archive.is/EHyjP
https://i.imgur.com/BZzyMxK.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/7lhWbXM.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/CYOwMto.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/gA1zWSF.png
https://i.imgur.com/EMmNPhT.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/XKs1BIR.png
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3038621/More-2-MILLION-Hillary-Clinton-s-Twitter-followers-fake-never-tweet.html
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/hillary-clinton-has-more-than-a-million-fake-127692268434.html
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astroturfing
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Mockingbird
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Earnest_Voice
http://freebeacon.com/politics/hacked-emails-reveal-hundreds-donors-cap-media-matters/
https://i.imgur.com/nZp7Lkz.jpg
This is why the shills are working less and less and this is why the people who know the truth won't let it go. Stop gaslighting America and start giving explanations that make sense.
submitted by dreammanalishi to conspiracy [link] [comments]


2017.10.11 00:21 911bodysnatchers322 Transcript of George Webb Video Series Part 174: "Hillary's Leakers, Hackers, and Henchmen" [@Georgwebb / #HRCRatlne]

  • >>>CONT
    • And then I get them to that embassy
    • Is Otay driving people around in the REO speedwagon know you need an REO speedwagon to drive people to the to the UAE embassy
    • This is why they burn the embassy down in February is because of they are because of all the girls going there and getting dumbo dropped
    • He's the one running the Dumbo drop operations he said so not me! His email said so
    • This is my warning to Jaquaya: you don't realize you think you're sleeping with Otay, you think you're sleeping with Imran Awan
    • You think you're in love
    • the story ends badly--the story ends badly
    • When you're no longer needed, when you're no longer attractive, it ends very poorly let's just say that
    • There's a lot of missing girls in Washington in Washington DC
    • So I'll skip this, just to say that the way that this story was broken open to begin with the first hundred and sixty days was through persistence
    • It was day 300 before I ever asked for a dime on patreon
    • So I don't know how I'm selling timeshares
    • But anyway by following the forensic evidence is what breaks the story open not necessarily just the testimony of the individuals
    • The metadata here got the testimony of the individuals--very powerful and compelling testimony and we have two of those now Sprayer and Hawkshead
    • We need more for sprayer more for sprayer
    • So that's why I start following the metadata for this is for the American innovations
    • two one six three six three three eight one seven seven by following where that's moved around the last 17 years over the 17 times over the last 13 years, may give us a clue as to what is happening with these different homes
    • Maybe we can trace the different homes and match them up with the IP addresses
    • That's what we haven't done yet but what I would like to do
    • Again, people who have seen the movie the infiltrator
    • And that now they've seen American-Made people are coming back and saying oh my god the last five minutes blue might and blew me away it changed my life by seeing this last five minutes
    • Because they realized everything I've been saying here is true
    • It's only been now brought to the screen by Tom Cruise
    • So watch that
    • Now you're gonna see drugs drugs are part of this
    • You've seen all the metadata but until you actually see it I think on the big screen, people don't really believe it's true
    • What I'm saying is these are plays
    • These are teams running the plays
    • And it's a game
    • And it really is happening
    • So you have to believe it when you see it when you see all the evidence you have to believe it
    • It really is happening real CIA really is bringing in drugs and really sending weapons the other direction
    • This is Awan-contra (Iran contra) times a hundred okay
    • Again, car parts going to Punjab I think you're gonna find
    • Everybody wants me to take the yellow blob off
    • I'm not try to concentrate so much in the individual orders as I am the...
    • If you go to you can go to this is Exim trade info you can go and do import genius as well if you want to get this information directly
    • And finally we've got people like Boyce maybe boyce maybe not Boyce but the chief of detectives in New York saying this
    • This is thomas paine's saying that there's pay-to-play child exploitation sex crimes money laundering and pay to play
    • At some point you have to believe it at some point you have to look at people what they say you have to look at the metadata you have to look at the totality of the informations
    • I think one my brother wanted to say totality of circumstances here
    • Totality of evidence and see the overwhelming evidence here that they're running underground operation under grounds or under grounds or railroads they call them
    • They're running railroads all over Northern Virginia and all levels for all different levels
    • You've got the top for the UAE for the sheiks and the Senators
    • You've got the next layer down for the-- Congressmen
    • You have the next layer down for the people doing procurement the generals...and even the people at the running the gate at Fort Belvoir get compromised
    • So it is a total layer attack against everyone in Washington to compromise everyone in Washington
    • And at some point you have to see people ordering equipment
    • People staffing the staff
    • People doing the electronic expertise
    • People stealing the cars people moving the weapons in one direction
    • Moving the drugs in the other direction at some point you have to open your mind to the possibility that this is happening
  • Day 346.3. Jaquaya Last Seen at Sprayer on August 2011, Khalid Jan 2009 - YouTube
    • This is Day 345 I had a really good day today spending it with Macduff and driving while around Washington DC and looking at different oh wee towards some Masonic sites
    • And we talked a lot about his his father and his kind of fight against the CIA
    • We talked about the fort hunt agreement
    • This isn't too well known but the fort hunt agreement was an agreement between Reinhardt Galen kind of the spymaster of the Nazis and Allen Dulles who was running the CIA
    • Of course in a kind of a brotherly domination of foreign policy with his brother John Foster Dulles running the State Department
    • So anyway it was just a very good day talking about--just the different control mechanisms the CIA uses a gang-counter-gang to create conflict between two groups in order to--get the money basically
    • So and again, this is the guy who Kennedy assigned to break the CIA into a thousand pieces
    • So plus obviously John's a lawyer as well
    • So he gave me a lot of great legal advice
    • One of them being that you can take a case directly to the Supreme Court you don't need to wait to go through all the appeal process, because the Supreme Court has original jurisdiction for certain cases
    • Certain cases of national importance you can go directly to the Supreme Court and save a lot of time
    • So that is also an option
    • Qe also talked about the grand jury option in Maryland
    • In Maryland you can swear out of warrant and then present it to a commissioner and then the Commissioner makes a decision
    • So we talked a lot about a lot of different legal options
    • Of course we want to let the October 5th the next date in the Imran saga play out before we make any more legal moves
    • Again, no advice there but we were just kind of talking about blue sky things and it was it was interesting
    • Now this is something I've had pinned to my truthleaks for quite some time
    • These four different four different representatives a Frankel Theodor Deutsch, Debbie Wasserman Schultz and then Frederica Wilson all along kind of this Gold Coast in Florida with---this is where all the murders have been:
    • The Beranton Whisenant murders and also in all the--the lawsuits with the Democratic National Committee
    • A lot of the immigration lawyers dying down here...so this is a very troublesome spot
    • This is also where Imran has this car importing business and this rice importing business and Miami...at Jacksonville
    • So a lot of action going on here
    • What I'm saying here is that it might not just be a spy ring in Congress
    • It may be a spy ring and unfortunately the Awan-contra piece to this would be drugs and arms drugs and arms
    • Because usually the spy ring is put in for a good reason that's to protect drugs and arms trade narco-terrorism whatever we want to call it
    • Narco destabilization narco funding of operations
    • So one of the other things that came out of the research this morning was again, there's two key witnesses to keep material witnesses ao far in the case
    • Obviously that's gonna be-- Andre Taggart you broke the case open and then Laurel open the case up more as a second witness against--
    • Andre mainly testified kind of against Imran but then Laurel testified and I possibly identified Rao Abbas
    • Again, we haven't after a month we have no one that has seen them in the Congress
    • No one has seen Ramo boss Rao Abbas in the Congress but still one illigal illegal login happening per hour
    • Now here is Jacquizz Jaquayla's brother Khalid
    • Again, we're trying to identify more people in either Sprayer home or the Hawkshead home that knew Imran Awan
    • So that's all I'm trying to do nearest find out who knew Imran Awan we have several different services that say that that Jaquaylya--is brother was here at the sprayer address at the end of 2008
    • Now that would have been when Obama had already won the reelection
    • So we don't know if those things are related at all we don't know if there's any overlap with Imran Awan, but it's worth following up with Jaquayla to see if she knows in rona 1 it's worth following up with Khalid if they know Imran Awan.
    • All I'm asking for is that they come forward do a little piece on one of the YouTube channels out there and and move forward
    • So I published a couple of little excerpts from the the intercept
    • Just for people who haven't read the article August 30th 2017--now 30 days old
    • Now didn't get any publicity because it was over the Labor Day weekend but here it is--the Abu Dhabi women were brought to the apartment
    • This is by the Ambassador now by the Ambassador pick the one you want
    • So the idea of a kept woman here in in in Washington DC may not be so far-fetched
    • Had several women come forward saying oh by the way I did get married in in Iraq or in UAE and this is exactly the the harem mentality
    • This is what I called it this is exactly what happens
    • And I want to finish off by saying I do videos during the day a lot what do I call working videos and they're basically small scientific experiments etc small things of the day for people who really want to follow on the shoulder of the reporter
    • And then I delete them because I don't want to be going to ten different videos to get comments
    • I'm more want quickly five or six quick feedback comments for people who want to be on the shoulder of the reporter
    • So a lot of times I'll do delete a video within one hour of doing it
    • Especially if I get the answer I'm looking for in the video there's no sense in asking that to all the future people
    • And making all the future people who watch the video
    • It's better just to say the answer in the next video that's the idea keep rolling forward
    • So I delete the video if I get the answer I just say the answer in the next video
    • {{ 911bs: and it saves his transcriber from pulling his hair out with too many videos--by him waiting till the end of the day to know what to transcribe ;) }}
    • So I kind of broken that tradition at one time to kind of answer there's a lot of internet attacks...and even by your own family members!
    • And so I had gone I had heard someone had told me that another internet personality had linked to an unflattering video of mine
    • I went to the channel I saw this person's picture
    • I figured--it was that person in this case being Jason had linked to it
    • And I very quickly commented on it
    • It was in one of the working videos it was only up about an hour
    • But I want to say that Jason called me and said hey I didn't do that
    • So I take him at his word and I would retract that he ever linked to an unflattering video
    • That's it for today thanks
    • {{ 911bs: keep in mind that linking isn't always endorsement but informing you that 'this exists..you should know about it' }}
  • Day 347.1. News You Wait For Versus News You Drive - YouTube
    • Day 247 tragic events in Las Vegas
    • And the thing I don't like about typical CNN coverage or mainstream media is it's kind of like the peepee dossier or this reality winner thing
    • It's just you just have to wait for the drip drip drip you feel like you've been--struck dumb you're dumb struck by this news
    • There's nothing you can do you just have to wait for details to come out
    • And the reason why I prefer this type of interactive news that we do is it immediately lets you start working theories about what potentially happened
    • I look at motive motive motive--you're gonna hear all kinds of details that have nothing to do with motive or all sorts of strange weird motives being assigned to one lone gunman
    • It's much much more likely that this is a state-run operation
    • Because look at the history of state-run operations in the past and the numbers of people they kill
    • It's very unusual for one old guy to kill 50 people just very difficult
    • So all I'm saying is an alternative looking at the alternative you can immediately begin working a theories to try to solve the case
    • Now here if you're not familiar with it this is the article from the Intercept came out called the diplomatic underground came out exactly thirty days ago
    • August 30th it was put out over the Labor Day weekend
    • So it didn't get much coverage but it was talking about how Oteiba the foreign the the ambassador to United Nations from the UAE first of all how he was going around to all these strip clubs scouting for girls
    • And then it also talking about him going to Las Vegas that's the tie-in here and doing this thing called Dumbo dropping, which was drug raping these teens
    • And he was having him sign this form called a Dumbo drop form or a Dumbo form which is basically saying "I give consent to the UAE to gang rape me with with the whole cricket team or the whole soccer team or whatever"
    • So if you haven't read the article you can look at it
    • Intercept diplomatic underground August the 30th
    • Now the problem is is now this article has come out
    • And the girls are gonna start asking each other questions women in Las Vegas are asking themselves a question "did you ever sign a form when you went to that party over at the UAE that the UAE threw?"
    • You remember that party I wonder if that was us and then they start coordinating the dates
    • Now I'm not saying that's what happened here, but when the victims-list does come out I do want to go back and look at the Dumbo drop dates
    • And correlate to see if those girls did go to those Dumbo drop parties
    • Again, you can have the theory that oh it's just the one person and oh--the getaway car went that way so let's take all the--resources in the opposite direction sort of like the John Wilkes Booth escape out of Washington--that no he went that away and then one bridge was left open
    • But it makes a lot more sense that this is a clean up operation to me to me it just it just screams clean up but most people--wait for the CNN and MSM--version of events
    • {{ 911bs: Byegone thinks it's an arms-deal gone bad, and that the buyers did the shooting after killing the seller Paddock. Theory holds water TBH }}
    • But there's gonna be one room and what I've said before is they're just in one room where there was one it's one entry one exit no way out
    • And there's a shooting pen and that's going to be where the most of the injuries are gonna happen
    • And then later you go out into the audience general audience and you fire randomly as a cover
    • But you're gonna invite those girls from these demo trap parties to that excuse me to that to that suite
    • So here if you hadn't seen the article this is them taking this is them Otay and a couple of other his accomplice and that I don't know if that's Andrew Karsen or not sure looks like him--I'm not saying that's a Wasserman
    • But anyway they're taking girls from here in DC excuse me to to New York for a Dumbo drop--humpty dumpty they call it
    • Humpty dumpty foundation
    • Again, I didn't burn down the embassy in february of this year to get rid of DNA evidence
    • You may say that it was just a terrible thing that happened
    • I say they were burning DNA
    • Again, this is the harem attitude toword women
    • So this is why I like our news better
    • You can look at actual real people with real names and then ask those same questions if you in research
    • And we now have jaquail in that house at Sprayer until November 2014 until it's sold the Hina Alvi
    • Now for some reason the Washington Post wants to say it was sold five months later--it wasn't
    • It was sold in November 2014
    • And then we have Jaquaya living there till April moving from there when it gets sold when he gets sold to Hina Alvi from Ken Jeniak
    • We have her moving from from sprayer house right before Laurel gets in there really from November 2014 to April 2016
    • Supposedly she lives this other address
    • Now she's also arrested for speeding and her last post--this is Jacquaya--the last post is on the 19th of June
    • And it really appears that that's where she goes from being a free woman into this kind of kept woman
    • Maybe she was a kept woman in here
    • But this is where she's trying to get away on the 20th
    • Anyway she doesn't post again, till mid September, which is very odd for a person a young person and beautiful young person who's 24 who's got a thousand friends on Facebook
    • It just it just doesn't make sense to me that that a woman's wouldn't be posting more often than this
    • Again, if you take the harem mentality that women are chattel, then you you have to look at what is really happening with the
    • Remember Imran has the beating incident in 2015 and he has the beating incident in 2016
    • So we don't know if those correlate with these dates or not
    • We don't we've never seen any of the people from Luke Rosiak has quoted these people
    • But he's never shown a picture of Gilani
    • He's never shown a picture of Salaam or whatever her name is supposed to be
    • Or Sadiq no pictures
    • Again, a very bad sign
    • The picture of the witness that supposedly said Rao Abbas
    • No picture--the Cristal Champagne Charisse Peppingion
    • So and I'm sorry we're still loading here
    • So I was gonna talk about Ken Jeniak here
    • We'll introduce him in the next video
    • The person who sold this house in November 2014
    • He was actually dead five years earlier so it's going to be as widow that sells it
    • He's going to be involved in medical sales
    • Again, he's an expert for selling medical into the medical industry for the VA hospital systems
    • He worked for the Army for many years and Army procurement
    • It doesn't look good when you then add to the fact that there's a Loretta Hendrix at this same address that ends up going to a VA hospital in Chicago and goes to a VA hospital by Mayo Clinic in Minnesota
    • We'll develop that in the next story
    • But I just wanted to comment on how in this form of news you can actually start doing something and being active and trying to solve a crime
    • Even in stories where you're waiting for information
    • Even stories where you're waiting for information like this story
    • If we don't solve the the first crime that the crime that occurred today at 1:11 in the morning
    • We can at least work on solving this crime which was the Dumbo dropping
    • That's it for this morning
  • Day 347.2. Spy Ring in Congress Can't Be Helpful in Preventing Shootings - YouTube
    • Day 347 here at the Capitol
    • Obviously a very somber day--flags at half-mast
    • I'm in wearing black in mourning for the victims of Las Vegas
    • But I think now's the time to take what we've seen and then trace the roots trace the roots back to how these things happen
    • And otherwise it just keeps happening
    • What's the sense in that? It doesn't make any sense to keep doing the same mistakes
    • We still--if we have for instance an illegal login every hour--you're gonna expose all the people in Congress and all their families on an hourly basis with an illegal login
    • Why would you not want to publish the IG report today?
    • You build security from the center out
    • You protect your most critical assets and you build out everyone ask my brother security expert--you build security from the center out
    • You start there
    • You don't rush off and say well we need more agents in Las Vegas
    • You start there with the illegal logins
    • We've uncovered now I announced last Friday with the DHS report a potential drug ring inside DHS
    • Two key employees Nadia Amon and Vicar Amad--several fake names several fake employees a potential DHS drug ring now
    • A spy ring in Congress
    • Drug ring at DHS
    • That can't be good for the future in terms of security leaks
    • We don't know we don't have any information about Las Vegas yet
    • But that can't be helpful a spy ring in Congress cannot be helpful
    • Potential drug ring at DHS cannot be helpful
    • The Dumbo drops--no investigation of the Dumbo drops by the ambassadors coming and going out of this building
    • This isn't a fun playground for ambassadors
    • Washington DC is not a fun playground for people with diplomatic passports
    • We need to send a message that says "hey wait a minute this whole Dumbo drop thing has got to stop. The UAE embassy is not a playground for people of the royal family"
    • Looking at the situation
    • Now people have asked me what take on this?
    • No information has come in yet I think that's valuable
    • But if it was me I'd look at 39 to 35 that's gonna be owned by Walil I believe Walile is I think he's married to the daughter of King Saud
    • So I think I think Wally ole owns 39 to 35 39 to 35th floor
    • If it was me I'd be looking at women being rushed out of there down the stairwell
    • Down the stairwell breaking heels dropping their shoes etc in a mad race and a mad scramble down
    • You always want people to go down into a pen you always want them to go down into a pen
    • This is like Delphi Delphis or Delphi the shooting at delft are the double of Garroting at Delphi this is like Evansdale
    • Always down you always want people to go down into a shooting pen
    • And then I would say at the bottom of the staircase after and tired
    • You want him going down and tired
    • And I would say at the bottom of the staircase there I would I would say would probably be the shooting pen
    • Our Joe Napoli was there with his wife I hope he's Ok
    • If Joe was closer to the stairwell that would be very interesting to know
    • Cameras on that that wherever that corner where that guy was on 32 << video cuts off >>
  • Day 347.3. Benghazi Trial Day One - YouTube
    • Day 347 just got out of the Benghazi trial
    • The testimony was pretty riveting
    • The testimony was from a diplomatic security service DSS that's called or DS
    • From the last person that was with Ambassador Stephenson and Shawn Smith that IT guy that died those two guys that died
    • And he was there the last--seconds of those guys lives and
    • So hearing that testimony was pretty was pretty amazing
    • I will say this though: I don't know how hard the prosecution or excuse me the defense is going to defend
    • The guy who they've picked to be that kind of the the guy who was going to get hung with this
    • This thing is guiding Khatallah
    • He really looks just like a cab driver that got picked out of a lineup really
    • But I'm sure he was kind of maybe swept up in the energy of the night
    • And somehow on a grainy camera they've identified one guy
    • So the Khattala is the guy
    • He's an old guy big beard...and he's defending himself
    • But this testimony by this diplomatic services guy was really the the hit of the day that big exciting testimony of the day
    • And I have to tell you just in looking at his name is Wicklund. Scot Wicklund
    • Just looking at the testimony there's holes
    • And I don't know how tough the defense wants to go at it
    • But the defense can cross-examine this and slice it like a Ginsu knife
    • First the guy looks out the he's in the safehouse with the two guys with Stevens and Shawn Smith
    • And he can count all the 40 40 to 60 guys coming in they've got ak-47s or Fla's which is another type of automatic weapon
    • And the lights are on good visibility all of a sudden he's telling--last rites to Christopher Stevens and Scott Smith
    • All of sudden immediately the visibility goes to where I can't see a hand in front of his face
    • He even puts a light to his I can't see the light
    • He's crawling out of this safe-haven little safehouse 24 feet eight meters to this bathroom which has an escape window
    • And all of a sudden he loses them
    • Somehow loses ambassador Stevens somehow loses Shawn Smith
    • Then makes multiple entries to try to sound it out yell find them
    • Somehow gets the window open
    • Now the window assembly has a very three different locks and three different assemblies and pins and different cranks...so him not being able to reach and find the ambassador...around him or yell because the smoke is so thick
    • But then being able to go to this very complicated set of series of three different assemblies to be able to open the window, just doesn't wash
    • So and then he's back in the he's in and out of the house
    • Again, he can't even see a light held up to his eye
    • So I don't know if the defense wants to go after this or the defense just kind of wants to lay back and let this cabdriver go and take the hit take the wrap
    • But this was not a well orchestrated testimony today
    • I have to say this was not well done by the prosecution
    • Very poor you left gaping wide holes for trucks to be driven through on this
    • Especially with the visibility
    • {{ 911bs: unreported flashbang? }}
    • And we just I just talked about Macduff about this about cross-examination what the eye can see then how somebody processes it
    • And then how somebody relates it to the court Wicklund did a good job relating it to the court
    • He did a good job of relating his state of mind what was going through his mind but the eye the the what he could see part completely failed
    • The the house collapsed this was an F for the prosecution today
  • Day 348.1. Guess I Wasn't Speculating - SAR Reports For Pak Money Xfers - YouTube
    • This is Day 348 and it has been a busy busy morning
    • So this article came out yesterday with Luke Rosiak talking about how this uber driver in Rana Wan was sending money to Pakistan to this guy this other one guy in Pakistan
    • Now he was really sending money to his uncle or his other relative called Pir Mohammad Shah
    • But this is the guy that they say they sent the money to
    • Interestingly enough we have more metadata hundreds of pages hundreds of pages hundreds of pages of SAR reports
    • The SAR like--the Nicholas the Czar only this is the SAR SAR SAR as a suspicious activity report
    • Piles piles piles piles piles of suspicious activity report
    • Funny how the prosecution didn't mention the piles of suspicious activity reports sending the money
    • Now Steve Gao and the lawyer says you don't understand how Real Estate's purchased in Pakistan
    • And you don't understand how you have to pay drug lords in Pakistan in the military
    • So you just I'm not gonna explain it to you---that's a almost a direct quote
    • So here is the situation now that we've got
    • More metadata piles of SAR reports piles of SAR reports we're gonna have to figure out something--like a tower of Babylon or something that uses the word SAR--I'm gonna have to come up with a moniker nickname for the piles of paper of the SAR paper
    • But anyway there's hundreds they're going to be hundreds of transfers
    • Now hundreds of transfers to the Pakistani military
    • I say it's Pir Mohammad Shah which is I said about two hundred days ago 150 days ago I said it was Pir Mohammad Shah since he was on Imran Ron's Facebook
    • The guy who runs the SSP right here I said it was a CIA cutout 150 days ago
    • I think I'm gonna be right of course that was speculation that was speculation
    • Now remember this remember this if I'm gonna jump back
    • But we're gonna just remember that Kenneth more Moorman here is gonna be living at that Sprayer house
    • So we're gonna have to figure out how we get Kenneth Moorman and this wife Imelda Falar into the into the house
    • This is kind of almost like a Three's Company house here
    • If they figure out the timeline of that house we're going to come back to that
    • So anyway--some other speculation I said about the three members of the CAO being threatened
    • Well first of all this is the lawyer this is how Imran bragged how he could have people tortured in Pakistan
    • And he bragged got the three CAO employees in the House cafeteria
    • And that's kind of that was borne out by Luke's reporting
    • What's great is when you say these truths and then people come out and confirm them
    • It's a lot easier than people coming out and saying it because all they're saying is hey well--that one thing it's really true
    • So the and we'll continue to do that every day here
    • Again, he recounted a fellow Democratic House IT aid on a condition of anonymity recounted the conversation between Imran and three house colleagues in the House cafeteria
    • He seemed to relish about the ability to have people harassed and tortured in Pakistan
    • Not just harassed but also tortured
    • {{ 911bs: "install another linksys and I'll have you raped in jail in faisalabad--don't do it!" }}
    • So Pir Mohammed shopped here Mohammed shop here Mohammed Shah just remember you heard it here first
    • Then they guess what he was also sending IT equipment to Pakistan
    • Now I'm the one who said this was exactly the same operation that they ran in the Indian House of Representatives in the Indiana House of Representatives with the box with the breakout box with all the SIM chips 3000 SIM chips
    • They're sending it to pack ISI they're setting it to Lahore, so they can doctor and dope the phones and bring them back and give them to our house representatives
    • There's the iPhones so now we're gonna tie this CDW orders all the CDW orders
    • Now on the Pakistani express on them on the Pakistani express
    • They're all going to Pakistan then they're all coming back
    • So Imran's not doing the work as as I mentioned I thought they were being it was being done by Haseeb Rana, but apparently they're actually going to Pakistan which is makes it more like the India operation almost exactly
    • We're going to get back to all the stuff happening here but I believe there's two models that have were killed in the 58 that are gonna be interesting
    • I'm not saying they were Dumbo dropped
    • But it is interesting that oh tayba it is interesting that Oteiba had the Dumbo drop in 2014 at the Mandalay Bay Hotel
    • And now he owns a 50 million dollar condo or a 50 million dollar beach house in Malibu and that there's two models from LA that are there they're in the death list
    • I should say it's gonna be eight
    • But we'll see if that that comes out
    • The key question will be had they ever gone did they go to the Dumbo drop 2014 event in Vegas?
    • And did they ever go to beach house in Malibu
    • So we're gonna find that out the GES model and the other gal talks Tonks and Angela Gomez and then Tonks
    • Turns out there's another Tonks that actually knows Jeffrey Epstein
    • So I don't know if there's a relative relation there or not with Tonks it's like Tonka truck tnk but its tym KS not Aton KS Tonks I didn't see how young and beautiful those young ladies were and how tragic their early death is
    • So here we're going to go back to the Sprayer house
    • And I'm sorry I'm jumping around but this is just kind of summarizing my Twitter activity this morning
    • You could see here that clearly the house was sold in November 2014
    • Why would the Washington Post want to say it was is a it was in April of 2015?
    • Clearly wrong clearly Shawn Boburg is wrong
    • Clearly I was right this was in November 2014 right after about a month after Jaquayla had her baby
    • Now I'll go into what a kiss and kill is and a kiss no pill is
    • Those CIA ops did a little bit if people want me to
    • I'm not saying jacket jaquail was a kiss and kill I'm not saying Jaquayla was a kiss no pill
    • I'm just saying that that those are standard CIA ops
    • Here's Otaiba with 66 million from Malaysia
    • I've always said that the money the Clinton Foundation money the six billion was in Malaysia
    • This is the kickback of 66 million
    • Here's Otay with more models
    • Well anyway you can see Otay doesn't always look like a diplomat and ambassador to the United Nations alright not to the United States excuse me
    • There's fara filings here that we can talk about for the Dubai aerospace company that I've tweeted out this morning
    • You talk about how they gave the most amount of money in Congress for pay-to-play weapons deals at 10 million
    • We'll get there, but these are just proof points that I think people that just came out today this morning
    • So far the--John Podesta Center for American Progress
    • Who knew that John Podesta was working with Otay? Gosh that's just a surprise
    • Anyway you're gonna see how all these things are kind of coming together now and here we go
    • Looks like there's six billion dollars been discovered in Malaysia
    • with connection to Hotei huh I'm not saying that's drug laundering money I'm not saying that's drug laundering money
    • There's the 50 million dollar Malibu estate for Otay
    • I'm not saying that was all them all the models were Dumbo dropped in in Vegas but I'm saying a couple were
    • So anyway this article is good for just kind of trusting under or confirming a lot of the things that I've already reported which is good
    • Again, Luke still won't publish the picture of Gilani, won't publish the picture of Abid, won't publish the picture of Jamal, won't publish the picture of any of the witnesses
    • I'm telling you the key to this case is publishing their pictures because then people can figure out the false identities
    • Critical Luke critical
    • {{ 911bs: luke's a spook. a limited hang-tight. just like luke from wac. the ill-luke-minati }}
    • So anyway that's the morning report that's just it real quick kiss and kill is where you you get a very pretty girl usually a stripper strung out on heroin
    • Then she's coming to you for heroin you say hey it'd be great if you married this guy over here just for a while
    • Then after--usually that guy has a business that you want to take over after he marries you break up the marriage if he's married
    • Live in the same house sometimes you do the baby sometimes you don't do the baby
    • But then the guy dies of cancer you cancer the guy or some other thing it's an old CIA thing and that's kiss and kill then you get the business
    • Then unfortunately what the model doesn't realize or the stripper doesn't realize is that they died a couple years later
    • And the CIA guy gets everything and kiss no pill is the softer form of that, where you just get married and get half the assets
    • Usually when you do that for a doctor or somebody who's got long term earning potential rather than a business that can be taken over
    • So that's kiss-and-kill and kiss-no-pill
submitted by 911bodysnatchers322 to TruthLeaks [link] [comments]


2017.09.13 20:18 displaylenovo49 display lenovo

Display-uri smartphone
Daca veti lua in calcul achizitionarea unui ecran Meizu veti avea posibilitatea de a inlocui display-ul smartphone-ului pe care il detineti si nu va mai trebui sa optati pentru achizitionarea unui smarphone nou. Acesta este de fapt si motivul pentru care multe persoane iau in calcul aceasta varianta de achizitie, deoarece nu vor mai trebui sa inlocuiasca smartphone-ul pe care il detin. Companiile specializate in acest domeniu va pot pune mereu la dispozitie produse si servicii special create pentru dumneavoastra. Insa, in momentul in care veti decide sa colaborati cu o companie din acest domeniu, este foarte important sa tineti cont de necesitatile si cerintele pe care le aveti. In cazul in care veti face acest lucru atunci veti avea ocazia de a primi exact ceea ce doriti si sa va bucurati in perioada urmatoare de utilizarea unui smartphone ce nu va mai lasa de dorit din punct de vedere al calitatii. In vederea achizitionarii unui display pentru al inlocui pe cel defect, este necesar sa va asigurati mai intai ca veti beneficia de calitatea dorita. Apoi, trebuie sa va ganditi si la pretul de achizitie, deoarece nu mereu un pret mai mic inseamna si calitate. Avand aceste aspecte in vedere, veti lua cu siguranta decizia potrivita in vederea inlocuirii unui ecran pentru smartphone.
Colaboreaza acum cu GSmarket
Compania americana Cisco Systems detine marca inregistrata pentru iPhone si vinde o linie de telefoane sub numele (brand-ul) Linksys; problema nu a fost complet rezolvata pana la momentul anuntului lui Jobs. Modelul iPhone 4 a inceput sa fie vandut in Europa la 24 iunie 2010. Acesta s-a vandut in peste 50 de milioane de exemplare, fiind unul dintre cele mai bine vandute telefoane din lume.iPhone 6s este primul smartphone care introduce in premiera mondiala functia Multi-Touch, schimband pentru totdeauna modul in care experimentam tehnologia. Cea mai populara camera din lume este acum mai performanta ca niciodata. Echipata cu 12 megapixeli si tehnologie iSight, camera surprinde intotdeauna instantanee detaliate si inregistreaza videoclipuri la calitate 4K, adica de 4 ori rezolutia unui videoclip FullHD 1080p. Dupa lansarea celui mai nou smartphone Apple, majoritatea publicatiilor au pus accent pe caracteristicile noi pe care acesta le aduce comparativ cu versiunea anterioara. iPhone 6s este, potrivit Apple, cel mai bun iPhone pe care compania l-a lansat vreodata, ceea ce e normal, fiind noul varf de gama. insa, comparat cu competitia, terminalul nu impresioneaza. Sunt inca multe caracteristici tehnice inovatoare, foarte utile, care ii lipsesc. iOS are nevoie, ce-i drept, de mai putin RAM pentru a functiona bine, dar sunt aplicatii, precum browserele de internet (ex. Google Chrome), pentru care 1 GB este prea putin. O baterie cu autonomie mai buna. Multe terminale Android trec de o zi de utilizare intr-un regim de utilizare moderata, dar utilizatorii de iPhone de abia ajung la trei sferturi de zi cu o incarcare completa. in conditiile in care nu dispune de functie de incarcare rapida, iPhone ar trebui sa aiba o baterie cu capacitate de cel putin 2.600 mAh. iPhone 6s are o baterie de 1.810 mAh. viziteaza
click aici , display HTC , display Lenovo Reparatii display Xiaomi
Este indicat sa optati pentru un display Alcatel in cazul in care aveti probleme legate de unele defectiuni aparute la nivelul display-ului. Este mult mai avantajos sa optati pentru aceasta varianta de inlocuire a display-ului in loc sa achizitionati un display nou. In primul rand va trebui sa platiti un pret mult mai mic, decat in situatiile in care veti dori sa achizitionati un smartphone nou. Avand in vedere aceste informatii, este indicat sa optati pentru inlocuirea unui display. In momentul in care veti dori sa achizitionati un display pentru smartphone, este indicat sa va asigurati ca decizia luata este cea mai potrivita. Nu este foarte dificil sa faceti acest lucru, mai ales daca ne gandim la faptul ca exista multe companii ce pot oferi produse de calitate in acest domeniu. Optand pentru colaborarea cu aceste companii veti avea ocazia de a va bucura mereu de produse de o calitate superioara la preturi foarte avantajose. Daca veti dori sa achizitionati un display pentru smartphone, atunci este indicat sa va informati in legatura cu pretul si calitatea. Spunem acest lucru deoarece pana la urma, dumneavoastra sunteti cel care platiti si doriti cu siguranta produse de o calitate superioara ce nu vor lasa de dorit in ceea ce priveste pretul. Avand aceste chestiuni in vedere veti lua cu siguranta decizia potrivita in ceea ce priveste achizitionarea.
Produse si servicii de calitate pentru inlocuire display
Asa cum poate ati ghicit deja, noul iPhone 6 Plus de 5.5 inci nu este tocmai un telefon mic, insa, Apple sustine ca, atunci cand vine vorba de convingerea utilizatorului in privinta gradului de utilizare, iPhone-urile sunt perfecte pentru utilizarea intr-o singura mana. Pentru majoritatea interfetelor si aplicatiilor iOS, navigarea este localizata in partea superioara a ecranului, astfel incat nu exista nicio cheie la baza asa cum gasim la Android sau la telefoanele Windows. Acest lucru nu a reprezentat o problema pe iPhone-urile de 3.5 si 4 inci deoarece dimensiunea lor compacta insemna ca se putea ajunge la oricare din cele patru colturi fara prea mari probleme. Undeva pe la inceputul acestui an, un oficial Samsung a recunoscut ca anteriorul varf de gama Samsung Galaxy S4 nu a fost atat de interesant pe cat si-ar fi dorit piata, acesta fiind prea apropiat de modelul anterior Galaxy S III si dezamagind cumparatorii care si-ar fi dorit ceva nou.
Cum schimb un display Lenovo
Sticla este de asemenea excelent realizata, fiind usor curbata la margini. Degetul aluneca mult mai bine decat in trecut pe suprafata noului iPhone 6, iar imbinarea dintre sticla si aluminiu este aproape insesizabila. in afara de ceea ce am spus deja despre noul iOS 8 in review, am putut testa functia reachability, care coboara continutul din partea de sus a ecranului la un nivel accesibil cu degetul mare al mainii. Aceasta functie este valabila la nivel de sistem de operare, ceea ce inseamna ca este disponibila in toate aplicatiile. Accesarea sa se face cu doua atingeri succesive pe suprafata butonului Home. Astfel, in ciuda ecranelor mai mari, autonomia va fi mai buna, insa istoria ne-a aratat ca o autonomie de zi este tot la ce poate spera un posesor de iPhone. Co-procesorul M8 este prezent si in acest smartphone. Acesta are rolul de a lucra impreuna cu aplicatiile pentru fitness pentru a oferi date cat mai precise utilizatorilor. Mai exact, noile iPhone 6 vor putea face diferenta automat intre alergat si pedalat. Coprocesorul calculeaza si altitudinea. mai mult
http://www.gsmarket.ro/207-display-meizu
Apple a echipat noul iPhone cu o camera principala de 8 MP, cu mult sub cea mai buna camera existenta azi pe un smartphone (Nokia Lumia 1020 cu un senzor de 41 MP) si una frontala de 1.2 MP, suficient de buna pentru apeluri video sau selfie-uri. Filmeaza la o rezolutie de 1080 pixeli la 60 fps sau 720 pixeli la 240 fps, iar in caz de necesitate puteti cauta informatii si despre Lumia. IPhone 6 Plus este echipat cu un procesor dual-core Cyclone la 1,4 GHz, si un procesor grafic quad-core PowerVR GX6450. Desi ofera o performanta foarte buna, unitatea GPU este optimizata pentru un consum mai mic de energie, in defavoarea calitatii grafice. Desi iPhone 6 Plus a fost denumit de multi fani Apple cel mai bun smartphone, telefonul nu este impresionant fata de alte telefoane echivalente ale altor producatori. Insa cine doreste sa-si cumpere un iPhone si nu este deranjat de dimensiunea telefonului, cu siguranta varianta Plus este alegerea perfecta.
Optand pentru un ecran HTC achizitionat de la o companie specializata in acest domeniu veti avea ocazia de a beneficia mereu de o calitate superioara, la preturi foarte avantajoase. Acest aspect este foarte important in cazul in care veti dori sa va asigurati de faptul ca veti face o investitie eficienta in produsele de acest tip, iar in perioada urmatoare puteti beneficia de un ecran nou si de un smartphone pe care il puteti utiliza mereu in cele mai bune conditii. Este foarte important sa va asigurati si de faptul ca veti utiliza un smartphone in conditii optime, deoarece numai in aceste conditii va veti bucura de o functionare impecabila pentru mai mult timp. Insa in cazul in care aveti probleme legate de defectiuni aparute la nivelul ecranului, atunci este indicat sa optati pentru colaborarea cu o companie specializata in acest domeniu ce va poate oferi produse de calitate la un pret avantajos. Persoanele ce au colaborat cu companiile specializate in acest domeniu al inlocuirii ecranelor pentru smartphone sunt pe deplin multumite de ceea ce au primit. Acest lucru s-a intamplat in principal ca urmare a faptului ca nu au mai fost nevoite sa opteze pentru achizitionarea unor smartphone-uri noi, deoarece prin inlocuirea ecranului au reusit sa se bucure din nou de functionarea impecabila a smartphone-ului.
submitted by displaylenovo49 to Telephony [link] [comments]


2017.08.04 07:54 archdevil1 Firme de telefonie/TV/etc - va rasplatim pentru fidelitate cu un alt abonament

in urma cu 2 luni ma suna orange, o gagica care vorbea foarte repede si ma pupa in cur foarte suav si umed, din domnul archdevil1 nu m-a scos. cineva a petrecut ceva timp sa le faca speachul, si posibil la simpletons sa ii dea pe spate cu asta.
am trecut peste asta, si am asteptat de curiozitate sa vad daca zice ca imi baga si un abonament pe gat, pe scurt tot discursul ei a fost ceva de genul:
pentru ca sunteti in retea de X ani, domnule achdevil, ne-am hotarat sa va rasplatim aceata fidelitate de care ati dat dovada, overindu-va gratuit, o tableta performanta, cu X procesor, Y nuclee, Z frecventa, A memorie, B memorie interna, WiFi si bluetooth, impreuna cu serviciile necesare pentru ca dumneavoastra sa o puteti folosi eficient si oriunde
am intrerupt domnisoara putin sa nu se oboseasa prea tare, am intrebat "deci imi oferiti un abonament da?" ... "pai nuuu, ca noi va overim o tableta performanta absolut gratuit pentru a va rasplati fidelitatea in retea, care vine impreuna cu un abonament de internet cu date [...]", nu ma intereseaza un alt abonament si o tableta gratuita, bye bye
ieri ma suna RDS-RCS, alta gagica, speach standard de callcenter
buna ziua, am placerea dea vorbi cu domul archdevil1? pentru a va rasplati fidelitatea si pentru ca aveti din partea RCS-RDS internet si televiziune si telefonie fixa, vrem sa va oferim gratuit un smartphone performant cu X procesor, Y nuclee, Z frecventa, A memorie, B memorie interna, WiFi si bluetooth, care va fi trimis gratuit prin curier la adresa dumneavoastra, impreuna cu un pachet necesar pentru a fi folosit eficient cum vi se pare asta domnule archdevil1?.
evident ca iar am intrebat direct pe tanti daca imi baga pe gat un abonament dar fara sa zica asa, ea a confirmat, i-am zis nu multumesc si mult succes sa gaseasca fraierii pe care ii cauta.
ce plm e cu strategia asta de cacat? cum plm e valabil sa prostesti un om imbracand un abonament in asa de mult bullshit incat e posibil sa nu inteleaga omul ca se alege cu o obligatie pe 2 ani. si de ce se poate incheia un contract prin acord telefonic? in momentul in care singura validare a fost "da, eu sunt" (care ironic, eu nu sunt titularul abonamentului, doar e nr meu de contract ca eu folosesc netul cel mai des si eu am sunat la support cand au fost probleme).
/rant
prin ce loophole legal pot ei sa iti faca un abonament doar din intrebarea "cum vi se pare oferta" interesanta, "ati dori sa beneficiati de asa o oferta?" da, asa la modul teoretic, dar nimic explicit "vezi ca tocmai te incaltam fraiere, semnezi pe 2 ani, esti sigur ca ai de unde?", astia nu ar trebui sa se asigure ca si bancile ca ai de unde sa le si platesti obligatia aia pe urmatorii 2 ani? nu ii intereseaza asta sau se bazeaza pe firme de recuperare si executare silita?
TL;DR firmele de telefonie te pestesc si mint mai rau ca tiganii in targ, cum plm e legala strategia asta?
submitted by archdevil1 to Romania [link] [comments]


2017.07.30 09:04 YellowMerigold [Ajutor] Am facut cost suplimentar 50 euro roaming la digi mobil RDS

Salut roditori,
tl;dr: Am condus in judetul Maramures aproape de granita cu Ucraina. Digi-ul a intrat in Roaming cu Ucraina unde traficul de date este de 13.45 Euro/Mbyte. Deoarece conduceam masina nu am observat mesajele de schimbare roaming si in cateva minute am facut cost suplimentar de 50 euro, limita pentru pachetul basic de altfel. Limita asta este nesimitit de mare si urmeaza sa sun la relatii cu clientii unde sa le comunic situatia dar nu stiu daca am sanse sa se remedieze. Eu consider ca atata timp cat am fost pe teritoriul Romaniei ei ar trebui fie sa imi ofere traficul de date cum trebuie (deci fara Roaming) fie sa nu ofere acoperire in loc sa sara la un provider de dincolo de granita. S-a intamplat sa fiu la volan si nu am observat la timp, roamingul il am tot timpul activat deoarece prin restul tarilor din UE este abia vreo 0.0017 euro/Mbyte si recent am avut nevoie de el activat. A mai fost cineva intr-o situatie asemanatoare? Totul va depinde de amabilitatea celor de la RDS sau am vreun element de partea mea in toata treaba asta?
Detalii:
Dupa cum zice titlul m-am trezit astazi cu un cost suplimentar de 50 de euro la digi mobil si dupa cateva minute de cotrobăit prin telefon am gasit si motivul: in data de 23 Iulie am avut o drumetie cu masina prin Maramures si am trecut aproape de granita cu Ucraina, prin Teceu Mic.
La acel moment am primit un mesaj de la InfoDigi la ora 14:57 despre Tarife Roaming in Ucraina, mesaj ce la ora respectiva nu l-am vazut deoarece eram la volan. Dupa cateva minute am primit de la 22600 un mesaj la ora 15:03 "Stimate abonat, va atentionam ca ati consumat 80% din traficul pe care il aveti la dispozitie pentru navigarea pe internet in roaming. RCS & RDS" iar la 15:04 "Stimate abonat, ati consumat traficul in valoare de 50 euro. Pentru suplimentare cu inca 50 de euro trimiteti un singur SMS fara continut la 710. Echipa Digi". Cu alte cuvinte in putin peste 5 minute telefonul a facut schimb de date de vreo 3 Mbyte in zona respectiva taxati la pretul de Roaming in Ucraina.
Faptele de mai sus le-am descoperit azi uitandu-ma prin istoricul de mesaje, iar toata saptamana asta am uitat de mesajele de mai sus si cum factura RDS o platesc la final de luna am verificat abia astazi situatia costurilor si am observat costul suplimentar. Am sa sun la ei in curand, dar ma tem ca o sa imi spuna faptul ca Roamingul este responsabilitatea abonatului, adica daca si-l activeaza sau nu din telefon. E o situatie foarte neplacuta, 50 de euro este mult, platesc 3 facturi digi cu banii aia.
-2 august edit-
Dupa ce am vorbit cu inca doi agenti de la relatii cu clientii, am facut sesizare online din contul digi, in care le-am explicat situatia, le-am aratat ca pe website la acoperire orasul respectiv are semnal Excelent, iar pe ANCOM in documentul cu risc de roaming orasul are risc de roaming scazut.
Am mentionat in sesizarea din digicare ca intentionez sa fac o plangere la ANCP si ANCOM. Am primit raspuns aseara la sesizare:
http://imgur.com/a/cbaUs
submitted by YellowMerigold to Romania [link] [comments]


2017.06.23 15:39 Tyrion_Baelish_Varys MEGATHREAD IX: Chronological Summary of Events Since Comey Firing May 9th 2017 - present

==================PAST==================

# Date Range
I May 8th - May 26th
II May 27th - May 30th
III May 31st - June 4th
IV June 5th - June 7th
V June 8th - June 12th
VI June 13th - June 15th
VII June 16th - June 19th
VIII June 20th - June 22nd
  • JUNE 23RD - Putin's Interference Order, Trump on Mueller and his Tape Intention, Gowdy, and Manafort, Son-In-Law & the FBI
  • (A) PUTIN GAVE ORDER TO INTERFERE IN ELECTION TO GET TRUMP ELECTED
  • Brennan
  • Clapper
  • Comey
  • Haines
  • Kerry
  • Kislyak
  • Lynch
  • McDonough
  • Monaco
  • Obama
  • Putin
  • Rice
  • Trump
Washington Post releases an exclusive article detailing Obama's responses to Russian interference pre-election and actions taken afterwards. The entire article should be read for context and scope. The below snippets inevitably leave a lot out.
"This account of the Obama administration’s response to Russia’s interference is based on interviews with more than three dozen current and former U.S. officials in senior positions in government, including at the White House, the State, Defense and Homeland Security departments, and U.S. intelligence services. Most agreed to speak only on the condition of anonymity, citing the sensitivity of the issue."
Obama and only 3 others (Haines, Rice, McDonough) received "an intelligence bombshell, a report drawn from sourcing deep inside the Russian government that detailed Putin’s direct involvement in a cyber campaign to disrupt and discredit the U.S. presidential race."
"In political terms, Russia’s interference was the crime of the century, an unprecedented and largely successful destabilizing attack on American democracy. It was a case that took almost no time to solve, traced to the Kremlin through cyber-forensics and intelligence on Putin’s involvement. And yet, because of the divergent ways Obama and Trump have handled the matter, Moscow appears unlikely to face proportionate consequences."
In response to the report, originating in the CIA, "Brennan convened a secret task force at CIA headquarters composed of several dozen analysts and officers from the CIA, the NSA and the FBI."
After initially informing Obama, "Rice, Haines and White House homeland-security adviser Lisa Monaco convened meetings in the Situation Room to weigh the mounting evidence of Russian interference and generate options for how to respond. At first, only four senior security officials were allowed to attend: Brennan, Clapper, Lynch and Comey."
The administration floated several ideas, from "sectorwide economic sanctions and cyberattacks that would take Russian networks temporarily offline" to the espionage diplomatic compound seizure and removal of 35 spies and diplomats that was agreed upon after the election.
Prior to the election "The administration issued a series of warnings. Brennan delivered the first on Aug. 4 in a blunt phone call with Bortnikov, the director of the FSB." Warning him not to carry out any interference actions.
"On Oct. 7th, the administration offered its first public comment on Russia’s “active measures." "The statement was issued around 3:30 p.m., timed for maximum media coverage. Instead, it was quickly drowned out. At 4 p.m., The Post published a story about crude comments Trump had made about women that were captured on an "Access Hollywood" tape. Half an hour later, WikiLeaks published its first batch of emails stolen from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta."
The second warning was "on Oct. 7, the day that the Clapper-Johnson statement was released. Rice summoned Kislyak to the White House and handed him a message to relay to Putin. Then, on Oct. 31, the administration delivered a final pre-election message via a secure channel to Moscow originally created to avert a nuclear exchange."
On Jan. 6 Obama commissioned a report release that made public what the CIA had concluded in August, that "Putin and the Russian government aspired to help President-elect Trump’s election chances when possible by discrediting Secretary Clinton." A note of warning came with the report: "We assess Moscow will apply lessons learned from its Putin-ordered campaign aimed at the U.S. election to future influence efforts worldwide."
Obama's administration did manage to implant cyber-weapons in Russian infrastructure that could be triggered remotely. "The operation was described as long-term, taking months to position the implants and requiring maintenance thereafter. Under the rules of covert action, Obama’s signature was all that was necessary to set the operation in motion. U.S. intelligence agencies do not need further approval from Trump, and officials said that he would have to issue a countermanding order to stop it. The officials said that they have seen no indication that Trump has done so." "Now anything Trump does vis-á-vis Russia is subject to extra scrutiny, and anything, anyone Russian has become politically toxic. "
WASHINGTON POST - THE ATLANTIC
  • (B) - TRUMP ON MUELLER
  • Mueller
  • Trump
  • Earhardt
Trump calls Mueller's relationship with Comey very troublesome, making some fear he may take action against Mueller's oversight of the special counsel, however Trump also calls Mueller and honorable man and hopes that he come up with an honorable solution.
Earhardt: Robert Mueller, do you think he should recuse himself from the investigation? Because he is good friends with James Comey. He's hired some attorneys that were part of Hillary Clinton's foundation and have given money to President Obama and Hillary Clinton's campaign? Should he recuse himself?
Trump: Well, he's very, very good friends with Comey, which is very bothersome. But he's also — we're going to have to see. I mean we're going to have to see in terms — look, there has been no obstruction. There has been no collusion. There has been leaking by Comey. But that's been no collusion, no obstruction and virtually everybody agrees to that. So we'll have to see. I can say that the people that have been hired are all Hillary Clinton supporters. Some of them worked for Hillary Clinton. I mean the whole thing is ridiculous, if you want to know the truth, from that standpoint. But Robert Mueller is an honorable man and hopefully he'll come up with an honorable solution.
BUSINESS INSIDER - CBS - NBC - WASHINGTON POST
  • (C) - TWEET WAS MEANT TO AFFECT COMEY'S TESTIMONY
  • Trump
  • Earhardt
  • Comey (by extension)
Earhardt of Fox News interviewed Trump. Touching upon Trump's tweet about not having Comey Tapes, Earhardt said: "Big news today, you said you didn't tape James Comey? Can you explain that, why did you want him to believe that you did that?"
Trump: "Well, I didn't tape him, eh, you never know what's happening when you see that the Obama administration or perhaps, longer than that, was doing all of this unmasking and surveillance and you read all about it and I've been reading about it for the last couple of months about the seriousness of the... and the horrible situation with surveillance all over the place and you've been hearing the word 'unmasking', a word you probably never heard before. So you never know what's out there, but I didn't tape and I don't have any tape and I didn't tape, but when he found out that I -you know- that there may be tapes out there, whether it's governmental tapes or anything else, who knows? I think his story may have changed, i mean, you'll have to take a look at that, because then he'll have to tell what actually took place at the events and my story didn't change, my story was always a straight story, my story was always the truth, but you'll have to determine for yourself whether or not his story changed but I did not tape."
Earhardt: So it was a smart way to make sure he stayed honest in those hearings?
Trump: Well, it wasn't — it wasn't very stupid, I can tell you that. He was — he did admit that what I said was right. And if you look further back, before he heard about that, I think maybe he wasn't admitting that. So you'll have to do a little investigative reporting to determine that. But I don't think it will be that hard.
CBC.CA THE HILL - NY TIMES - POLITICO - REUTERS - TIME - WASHINGTON POST
  • (D) - GOWDY: NO OVERSIGHT INVESTIGATION
  • Chaffetz
  • Gowdy
Taking over for Chaffetz, who is resigning at the end of June, Gowdy states that he has no intention to pursue Russia or obstruction probes as chairman of the Oversight Committee. His argument is that his committee doesn't have the jurisdiction or proper venue.
Gowdy argues, "No. 1: It’s in the jurisdiction of Bob Mueller. And secondarily, I would think Judiciary has jurisdiction over the Department of Justice and the FBI,” he said. “To the extent that any of those memos are classified, that would be [Intelligence]. And for those that think a third committee ought to look at it, Oversight would have secondary permissive jurisdiction but it would be secondary. If I would devise an inefficient way to gather facts, I don’t know that I could devise anything better than five-minute increments alternating between Republicans and Democrats. That is not conducive to gathering facts."
POLITICO
  • (E) - FBI, MANAFORT, AND HIS SON-IN-LAW
  • Deripaska
  • Manafort
  • Yohai
The FBI "are examining financial transactions involving Manafort and his son-in-law, Jeffrey Yohai, for "real estate deals in recent years fueled by millions of dollars from Manafort."
Manafort, who was Trump's campaign chairman, "resigned last August amid reports that he had received millions of dollars in off-the-book payments for his consulting work in Ukraine." "Last August, The New York Times discovered that a pro-Russian political party in Ukraine designated $12.7 million in undisclosed cash payments for Manafort, who had advised the party and its former leader and Putin ally, Viktor Yanukovych, for nearly a decade." "Manafort’s long lobbying and consulting career has included numerous financial dealings with Russian oligarchs. One of his former employees has been investigated in Ukraine on suspicion of having ties to Russian intelligence."
During "his long-running work as a political consultant to the Russia-backed Party of Regions in Ukraine Manafort used a network of shell companies in the tax havens of Cyprus and Belize to move money around and collect payments from clients, who, in addition to the Ukrainians, included Deripaska, a Russian oligarch with whom Manafort partnered in investments."
In "text messages belonging to Andrea Manafort, one of Manafort’s two daughters, which were hacked last year and posted on a website used by Ukrainian hackers" when Yohai appeared on a reality show claiming to be able to buy 3 NYC apartments for $15 million in cash, "a friend texted Andrea Manafort, asking if her sister and Mr. Yohai really had access to that kind of money, Ms. Manafort replied, "Of course they don’t." "Her hubby is running a Ponzi scheme," Ms. Manafort wrote. "I’m sure of it."
That is what Mr. Yohai was accused of in a lawsuit filed in November by an investor in Mr. Yohai’s real estate business. The suit asserted that Mr. Yohai employed a “web of dozens of limited liability companies” to repay early investors with money from new investors to create the illusion of a “quick and large return on their investments."
Federal officials have requested Yohai's bank records and a "subpoena had been issued for records related to a $3.5 million loan obtained last August by a shell company, Summerbreeze L.L.C., linked to Manafort." Yohai and Manafort have retained the same lawyer.
NY TIMES - BUSINESS INSIDER - THE HILL
  • JUNE 24TH - Trump Admits Russian Interference, Pompeo's Half-Admission, 9/11 Equivalent, Russia's 4 Paths
  • (A) - TRUMP FINALLY ADMITS RUSSIA TRIED TO INFLUENCE ELECTION?
  • Trump
After months of denials of Russian interference and as recently as last week saying that it's an excuse by Democrats for losing the election, Trump tweets the night of June 23rd, “Just out: The Obama Administration knew far in advance of November 8th about election meddling by Russia. Did nothing about it. WHY”. On the morning of June 24th he tweets, “Since the Obama Administration was told way before the 2016 Election that the Russians were meddling, why no action? Focus on them, not T!” “This is a rare instance where the president has acknowledged what the intelligence community and bipartisan members of Congress already have, which is that Russia attempted to interfere with the presidential election.” In an interview with Fox News set to air on June 25th, Trump claims that this is the first time he hears that Obama knew about Russian interference saying, “I just heard today for the first time that Obama knew about Russia a long time before the election, and he did nothing about it.”
BUSINESS INSIDER - USA TODAY
  • (B) - CIA DIRECTOR: RUSSIA MEDDLED BUT...
  • Pompeo
In an interview with MSNBC Pompeo states that Russia meddled in the election but that it’s not as significant as every other chief of intelligence has thus far stated. Pompeo says, “I can’t talk about the details of the intelligence, but we have, the intelligence community has said, that this election was meddled with by the Russians in a way that is frankly not particularly original” … “They’ve been doing this for an awfully long time. And we are decades into the Russians trying to undermine American democracy,” he said. “So in some ways, there’s no news, but it certainly puts a heightened emphasis on our ability to figure out how to stop them.” Pompeo “said he couldn’t confirm whether Putin personally directed the plan.”
DENVER POST
  • (C) - EQUIVALENT OF POLITICAL 9/11
  • Vickers
Obama’s undersecretary of defense equates the Russian interference to 9/11. He says, “This attack is really the political equivalent of 9/11 — it is deadly, deadly serious.” … “The Russians will definitely be back, given the success they had.” "I don't see much evidence of a response [from the Trump administration]." “Vickers, who led key operations against the Soviet Union, added, "You've got to restore some measure of deterrence. You hit 'em back, punish 'em in some ways, which I don't think has been done by the last administration or this one. They are kind of on the offense, and we're not pushing back."
THE HILL - NBC NEWS
  • (D) - RUSSIA'S 4 PATHS TO MEDDLE IN THE US ELECTION
  • Flynn (by extension)
  • Kushner (by extension)
  • Manafort (by extension)
  • Page (by extension)
  • Sessions (by extension)
  • Stone (by extension)
Business Insider compiles a recap of what we know thus far about the ways Russia interfered in the election.
  • 1st “involved establishing personal contact with Americans perceived as sympathetic to Moscow — such as former Defense Intelligence Agency chief Flynn, former Trump campaign chairman Manafort, and early Trump foreign-policy adviser Carter Page — and using them as a means to further Russia's foreign-policy goals.”
“FBI and congressional probes into whether any Trump associates acted as agents of the Kremlin, wittingly or not.” Those include at least, Manafort, Flynn, Page, Kushner, Stone and Sessions.
  • 2nd “involved hacking the DNC email servers and then giving the material to WikiLeaks, which leaked the emails in batches throughout the second half of 2016.”
“In July 2016, the DNC announced that Russian hacking groups known as “Cozy Bear” and “Fancy Bear” had infiltrated its servers. They disseminated thousands of emails via hacker Guccifer 2.0, who leaked the info to Wikileaks and Nevins (Florida GOP operative) who posted some on his blog that was later brought to the attention of Roger Stone by Guccifer 2.0.
  • 3rd “was to amplify the propaganda value of the leaked emails with a disinformation campaign waged predominantly on Facebook and Twitter, in an effort to use automated bots to spread fake news and pro-Trump agitprop.”
“State-sponsored Russian news agencies like RT and Sputnik, openly backed Trump” and dissemination of fake news was also part of the effort partly via clandestinely Russian owned news sites. Additionally paid Russian internet trolls helped propagate the information and botnets. Oxford University researchers found that in Michigan “the proportion of “professional to junk news” was “roughly one-to-one,” and that “fully 46.5% of all content presented as news” about politics and the election fell under “the definition of propaganda” when unverified WikiLeaks content and Russian-origin news stories were factored in.” “The disinformation campaigns are only one "active measure" tool used by Russian intelligence to "sow discord among," and within, nations perceived as hostile to Russia.”
  • 4th “was to breach US voting systems in as many as 39 states leading up to the election, in an effort to steal registration data that officials say could be used to target and manipulate voters in future elections."
“The hackers accessed software designed to be used by poll workers on Election Day, and in at least one state accessed a campaign finance database." … “Russian hackers targeted at least 21 states’ election systems, successfully exploiting a small number of networks and stealing voter registration data”
BUSINESS INSIDER
  • JUNE 25TH - Kushner's $285 Million Deutsche Bank Loan, Kislyak Recalled?, Attacks Ads Against Mueller
  • (A) - KUSHNER'S $285 MILLION OCTOBER DEUTSCHE BANK LOAN
  • Kushner
Kushner had received a $285 million refinancing loan from the Trump family’s long-time lender, Deutsche Bank in October 2016. “The loan was delivered just before the bank - which has long been under investigation by federal and state authorities - agreed to pay a $7.2 billion U.S. penalty in December for mortgage securities fraud in its packaging of residential mortgages. The bank also paid a $425 million New York state fine in January for failing to properly track large transfers from Russia.” “Democratic members asked Deutsche Bank to disclose what it had learned in its internal review about whether Trump may have benefited from the improper Russian money transfers. The bank refused, citing U.S. privacy laws. The Democratic letter also raised the possibility that the bank had conducted a similar review of Kushner - without mentioning his name - by referring to a review of accounts "held by family members, several of whom serve as official advisers to the president."
WASHINGTON POST
  • (B) - KISLYAK RECALLED?
  • Kislyak
Reports emerge that “The US-Russia Business Council in Washington confirmed it was hosting a farewell dinner on July 11 for Kislyak” because he is being recalled to Russia while other reports state that “The Russian foreign ministry has denied the reports.” Spokeswoman for the foreign ministry stated, that “it was up to Vladimir Putin to decide whether to recall Kislyak to Moscow and appoint a successor, and that the process would take many months from the time a decision was made” stating, “The changing of an ambassador, especially to a major country, is a question of at least a year. It is all planned in advance. Especially when an ambassador has worked for a long time. No unplanned replacement of Russian ambassadors is taking place.”
CNN - THE GUARDIAN - USA TODAY
  • (C) - ATTACK ADS AGAINST MUELLER
  • Mueller
A pro-Trump group has launched attack ads against Mueller and the special counsel. The $400,000 ad is called “Witch Hunt.” Conservative favorite Tomi Lahren appears in the ad and in the ad states, “Only in Washington could a rigged game like this be called independent.” “The ad's chief complaint echoes Trump's criticism that Mueller's team has ties to Democrats, because some of the lawyers have given campaign contributions to the party.” Mueller is a registered Republican. Of the 13 current top lawyers on the special counsel, “four have donated to Democrats. One who gave the maximum donation to Trump rival Hillary Clinton also donated to Republicans.” “The group, which ran a similar attack against Comey ahead of his testimony earlier this month on Capitol Hill, has emerged as a key pro-Trump organization.”
LA TIMES
  • JUNE 26TH - Trump Accuses Obama, FBI Questioning Page, Trump-Putin G20 Meeting Plan, Nunes Recusal Affair, Deep Root Analytics Lawsuit
  • (A) - TRUMP ACCUSES OBAMA OF COLLUSION OR OBSTRUCTION
  • Obama
  • Trump
In a series of morning tweets Trump accuses Obama of either colluding with Russians or obstructing the efforts to stop their interference. He says, “The reason that President Obama did NOTHING about Russia after being notified by the CIA of meddling is that he expected Clinton would win and did not want to "rock the boat." He didn't "choke," he colluded or obstructed, and it did the Dems and Crooked Hillary no good. The real story is that President Obama did NOTHING after being informed in August about Russian meddling. With 4 months looking at Russia under a magnifying glass, they have zero "tapes" of T people colluding. There is no collusion & no obstruction. I should be given apology!” Of course the claims that Obama did nothing are patently false since, as punishment, Obama instituted sanctions in December and took 2 diplomatic compounds used for espionage along with expelling 35 Russian operatives (sanctions Trump wants to lift and compounds he wants to return). Obama also took other measures to respond, like placing remote controlled cyber weapons in Russia to be used if need be if Russian aggression continues.
THE HILL - NY TIMES - REUTERS
  • (B) – FBI QUESTIONING PAGE
  • Page
  • Sechin
“Page was questioned 5 times in March during meetings that totaled 10 hours.” Now he is being questioned again by the FBI. This is ““the most extensive known questioning of a potential suspect” in the bureau’s” investigations. “Because it is against the law for an individual to lie to FBI agents about a material issue under investigation, many lawyers recommend that their clients not sit for interviews with the bureau without an attorney present. Page said he spoke without an attorney and wasn’t concerned about the risks because he told the truth.”
In an “unverified collection of memos, now known as the Trump-Russia dossier, accusing the Trump campaign of colluding with Russia,” Page is alleged to be part of a “well-developed conspiracy of cooperation between (Trump associates) and the Russian leadership.” The dossier “alleges that Igor Sechin, the CEO of Russia's state oil company Rosneft, offered Page the brokerage of a 19% stake in the company in exchange for the lifting of US sanctions on Russia when Page was in Moscow last July.
Page “worked in Russia for several years, [and] became the focus of attention after he delivered a speech at the New Economic School in Moscow in July 2016 advocating for better relations between the U.S. and Russia” and criticized U.S. sanctions on Russia.
“The FBI obtained a secret FISA warrant — and has renewed it more than once — to monitor Page's communications last summer after he traveled to Moscow.” … The FBI’s application for the warrant, “included a lengthy declaration that laid out investigators' basis for believing that Page was an agent of the Russian government and knowingly engaged in clandestine intelligence activities on behalf of Moscow.”
“There were contacts Page had with Russian intelligence officials that he did not disclose and unanswered questions about a court case involving a Russian spy who tried to recruit him in 2013.”
BUSINESS INSIDER - THE HILL - WASHINGTON POST
  • (C) - TRUMP PUTIN MEETING
  • Trump
  • Putin
Trump is reportedly pressing for a meeting with Putin during the G20 summit in Germany next month. AP reports that “some of Trump's advisers, including officials in the State Department and on the National Security Council, are not so keen on the idea and are encouraging more restraint.” Whether the meeting will be an impromptu pull-aside as some advisers suggest, or a meeting with full media access and protocols associated with such events as Trump reportedly wants, is yet to be determined.
AP - THE HILL
  • (D) - NUNES RECUSAL AFFAIR
  • Nunes
“Nunes stepped aside from the House Russia investigation on April 6, after it was announced he was under investigation by the House ethics committee for possibly revealing classified information.” However, on June 26th he stated that he is still being “fully read-in” on the House Russia investigation but that he is staying away for now. He says, “When I temporarily stepped aside from leading the investigation, that's exactly what it means: It doesn't mean I wasn't going to be involved, it doesn't mean I wasn't going to be fully read in” … “I can do whatever I want, I'm the chairman of the committee. I voluntarily, temporarily stepped aside from leading the investigation.” … “I temporarily stepped aside, just to make sure there was no issue at all, just to give everybody assurance there was no ethical issues at all. That is not withdrawing, that is not recusing myself from an investigation.”
CNN
  • (E) – DEEP ROOT ANALYTICS LAWSUIT
  • GOP
  • RNC
Two people have filed a lawsuit against Deep Root Analytics, “the campaign consultancy that accidentally left information on 198 million Americans accessible online without protecting it with a password.” They want to turn the lawsuit into a class action suit.
THE HILL
  • JUNE 27TH - Manafort's Foreign Agent Registration, ACLU Recommendation, Sekulow's Charity Wealth, Collusion Not A Crime?
  • (A) - MANAFORT REGISTERS AS FOREIGN AGENT
  • Gates
  • Manafort
  • Rohrabacher
  • Flynn (by extension)
  • Yanukovych (by extension)
Manafort stepped down as Trump's campaign chairman last year after it was discovered that he and his business partner and Trump campaign official, Gates, "had secretly helped a "pro-Russian Ukrainian political party", 'Ukrainian Party of Regions', steer money to two Washington lobbying firms through a nonprofit." "Manafort's name had appeared in a ledger found in Kiev detailing millions of dollars in under-the-table payments from the political party." "Manafort’s work in Ukraine coincided with large real estate investments he made in the United States, some of which are being scrutinized by federal investigators."
According to newly filed disclosure reports, Manafort's firm did consulting work and made more than $17 million working as a foreign agent but was not registered as such with the Justice Department and has only recently retroactively registered. The "87-page document described the gross receipts the firm received and some details of efforts undertaken to influence U.S. policy toward Ukraine."
"Willfully failing to report under the Foreign Agent Registration Act is a felony, but the Justice Department rarely prosecutes violations." "Criminal charges for violating FARA have typically been reserved for cases involving foreign agents whose conduct ran afoul of U.S. foreign policy interests. They often come as a package of other criminal charges, like espionage."
"Jason Maloni, a Manafort spokesman, suggested that what Flynn did was worse. "[Manafort’s] work ended well before he joined Candidate Trump’s campaign," Maloni said in a statement. "Unlike Flynn, [Manafort] was not simultaneously working as a foreign agent while he was working for Trump."
Manafort advised Ukraine's former President Yanukovych, until he fled to Russia in 2014 following charges of high treason, and helped "elect the party’s candidates in national and regional elections". In the new disclosures Manafort says he gave "strategic counsel and advice to members of the Party of Regions regarding their interaction with U.S. government officials and other Western influential persons to advance the goal of greater political and economic integration between the Ukraine and the West" while working for the party from 2012 to 2014." "The filing also reveals that Manafort or Gates met in 2013 with Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.), who is considered Russia’s most reliable defender in Congress."
BOSTON GLOBE - NY TIMES - POLITICO - WASHINGTON POST
  • (B) - ACLU CALLS FOR TRANSPARENCY AS SOLUTION TO LACK OF SECURITY FOR VOTING SYSTEMS
The ACLU calls on transparency as the solution to voting system security. The article addresses the many technical hurdles that come with securing a voting system on the federal, state and local levels. "The software standards, NSA report, and general behavior surrounding the cyberattacks illustrates a catastrophic lack of understanding, testing, and oversight on the government’s part", the article states. The article calls for the "right to understand our overall election process, underlying hardware and software involved in electronic voting, where our votes and voter registrations go, who checks them, and which institutions have access to that information." "No government at any level should be relying on proprietary, closed-source software for vital critical infrastructure, especially software that they do not understand themselves." The article states that "Reality Leigh Winner didn’t breach national security, she exposed a breach in national security—one that poses a clear and present danger to us all by threatening the very foundation of our democracy."
ACLU
  • (C) - SEKULOW'S FAMILY PAID MILLIONS FROM CHARITIES THEY CONTROL
  • Sekulow
Sekulow is the chief counsel for Pat Robertson's charity, the "American Center for Law and Justice", and has "attorneys who jump into high-profile court battles over such hot-button conservative issues as religious liberties and abortion." The charity brought in around $230 million " in charitable donations from 2011 to 2015 — and millions of those dollars ended up going to the members of the Sekulow family or their companies" ($5.5 million to Sekulow family members and $23 million to their firms). In 2011 ACLJ "formalized an arrangement that first routes donations solicited in its name to" a charity entirely controlled by Sekulow, called "Christian Advocates Serving Evangelism". Because ACLJ relies on CASE "for nearly its entire budget" the Sekulow family effectively controls both charities. For over two decades "the charities have not responded to annual requests by the BBB and CharityWatch to voluntarily release financial data and to clear up inquiries that members of the public have sent to the watchdog groups." The charities are also "not accredited by the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, a financial standard-bearer for over 2,000 Christian charities nationwide."
"The composition of the board of CASE — four members of the same family, all paid — violates BBB standards calling for at least five independent board members and no more than one who receives a financial benefit from the charity." Telemarketers working for CASE, "were instructed in contracts signed by Sekulow to urge people who pleaded poverty or said they were out of work to dig deep for a 'sacrificial gift'." This occurred while questionable practices were undertaken by CASE, such as lending $245k to Sekulow's wife and forgiving around $220k of that loan. Another loan of $210k to Sekulow in 1999 was fully forgiven. In 2004 CASE wrote off around $770k it owed to Amerivision, a "firm selling telephone services where Jay Sekulow was a director." CASE also bought a $1.5 million townhouse for Sekulow's son, Jordan, who is director of CASE. A spokesman for Sekulow stated that all of these expenses have "been determined to be reasonable."
WASHINGTON POST - THE GUARDIAN
  • (D) - COLLUSION IS NOT A CRIME?
  • Bauer
  • Hannity
  • Jarrett
  • Kessler
  • Rivera
  • Podesta (by extension)
  • Zakaria (by extension)
  • Lemon (by extension)
Trump's right-wing media allies have started questioning whether collusion would even be classified as a crime.
  • Since Geraldo Rivera's appearance on Hannity's show on May 10th, where he questioned, "What is the crime?" other media personalities have come out to echo the sentiment. Rivera said, "If the Russian KGB chief is talking to Manafort and the chief says, 'You know, I've got this dirt here that says Hillary Clinton was this or that,' and Manafort says, 'Next Wednesday, why don't you release that, that'd be great for us.' That’s not — I don't know that that's a crime at all. What's the crime?"
  • "Right-wing columnist Ronald Kessler went further on May 21st, telling CNN's Zakaria, "There's no violation of law if, in fact, the campaign colluded with Russia, whatever that means."
  • On May 30th, Fox News' Gregg Jarrett said "Collusion is not a crime... You can collude all you want with a foreign government in an election. There’s no such statute."
  • On May 31st, Reagan's son, Michael, told CNN's Don Lemon, "What law? Collusion is not breaking the law," after Lemon asked, "You mean if the Trump folks colluded with the Russians, that’s not breaking the law to influence the election?"
  • On June 23rd Hannity said, "What was the collusion? That maybe somebody in the Trump campaign talked to somebody in Russia because Russia supposedly had the information that Hillary Clinton had destroyed on her server when she committed a felony and tried to cover up her crimes? Is that a crime, to say, 'Release it?' To show the truth? To show damaging information?"
  • On June 25th Fox's Brit Hume said, "collusion, while it obviously would be alarming and highly inappropriate for the Trump campaign to — of which there’s no evidence, by the way, of colluding with the Russians — it's not a crime"
However "former White House counsel Robert Bauer, said the view that collusion would not be a crime is flawed," stating, "It fails to consider the potential campaign finance violations, as suggested by the facts so far known, under existing law. These violations are criminally enforceable." "Bauer pointed to a campaign finance law that prohibits foreign nationals from providing "anything of value … in connection with" an election," saying, "The hacking of the Podesta emails, which were then transmitted to Wikileaks for posting, clearly had value."
Bauer's full statement reads: "The President and others associated with the campaign made no bones about the value to them of the purloined email communications. ... He drew on the emails in the debates with Secretary Clinton. Notably, when he was asked during the debates to acknowledge the Russian program of interference and given the opportunity to openly oppose the actions, he wouldn’t do so. He also mentioned Wikileaks 124 times in the last month of the campaign. The Russians could only have been strengthened in the conviction that their efforts were welcome and had value. That covers the evidence in plain sight."
Other legal experts noted that "numerous other laws could be implicated by collusion with any foreign government," including
  • The Logan Act, which forbids dealings by private individuals with foreign governments involved in disputes with the US
  • The Stored Communications Act, which creates Fourth Amendment-like privacy protections for email and other digital communications
  • The Espionage Act.
  • "If Americans entered into an agreement to assist illegal Russian influence operations, "it could create a conspiracy which is a federal crime."
  • "American citizens colluding with a foreign power to illegally affect an election "could constitute aiding and abetting that foreign power’s criminal campaign finance violation."
Bauer asserted, that "Ultimately, questions about whether the Trump campaign's encouragement of Russia's cyberattacks constituted a form of collusion revolve around whether Trump and his associates incorporated Moscow's meddling into their overall campaign strategy."
BUSINESS INSIDER
submitted by Tyrion_Baelish_Varys to Keep_Track [link] [comments]


2015.11.05 20:01 aseek Manifest Colectiv

Manifest Colectiv
Guvern
Avocatul Poporului
Mediu de afaceri
Sanatate
Educatie
Anchete
[alcatuita de Raluca Oda din cerintele care au circulat pe #strada si pe grupurile organizate pe internet]
Adunarea Constituanta:
[sursa http://www.pah.ro/unde-va-grabeati-asa-domnule-popor-roman/ ]
submitted by aseek to colectiv [link] [comments]


2014.10.16 16:00 demeyor Indicatii generale de folosire a calculatorului

INDICATII GENERALE PENTRU FOLOSIREA CORECTA A PC-ULUI
 1. Antivirusul are intotdeauna dreptate. Chiar daca da un fals pozitiv (un keygen/crack) este indicat sa evitati acel soft/joc/fisier si sa cautati o alta sursa sau versiune.Da bani pe un antivirus cu bani fie de la bitdefender, fie de kaspersky - merita dar nu te protejeaza de prostia umana. 2. Media comenturilor pozitive indica calitatea fisierului luat de pe internet. Orice faceti pe internet trebuie investigat intai, intrebati prieteni si cautati. NU experimenta prea mult pe internet ca vei suferi. 3. REDDIT este centrul internetului. Pe reddit.com exista cate ceva pentru fiecare si usor de gasit:reddit.com/hardware sau funny pe reddit.com/funny si cam asa se pot face gasi ce te intereseaza. Aici gasesti o comunitate pentru orice va intereseaza. GO THERE! 4. Odata pe an calculatorul trebuie suflat de praf, nu aspirat. Daca nu 15lei de o curatare sau esti zgarcit, mergi la o vulcanizare si il sufly acolo de la o distanta un pic mai mare ca sa nu zboare lucruri pe acolo. Atentie la sfarsit sa nu se fi deranjat sa blockeze vreun cooler. La 3 sau 4 schimbare pasta termoconductoare preferabil si sursa. 5.Daca te joci driverul la placa video trebuie sa fie la zi Intri pe siteul producatorului si il downloadezi de acolo, majoritatea vin cu un soft care poate verifica daca este actual si il poti downloada de acolo. 6. Softurile actualizate previn dureri de cap ulterioare Cele mai importante sunt antivirusul, skype, messenger si browserul cu superbul flash. Updateurile la windows sunt la fel de importante. 7. Nu da next spasmodic la orice instalezi. Stii toate acele softuri care apar brusc in pc si cum browserul se umple de bare inutile si se misca pc-ul si netul mai greu - thats why, debifeaza tot si nu da accept la nimic decat softul pe care ai ales sa il instalezi. 8. Nu esti cel mai norocos om de pe internet NU ai castigat o excursie nicaieri, NU esti utilizatorul cu numarul1000000, NU completa nici un formular daca nu vrei mail de spam, NU participa la nici o promotie de pe un site care nu il cunosti, NU esti virusat si NU ai nevoie de antivirusul lor personalizat. 9. Gandeste logic in orice faci pe net. Nu folosi date reale, pe net, tine 2 mailuri unu pentru munca serioasa si altu pentru prostii, tot ce suna prea frumos sa fie adevarat, este prea frumos sa fie adevarat. Fete frumoase care iti vorbesc cand cauti "peste" sunt fie boti(soft) sau barbati barbosi care vor date sau sa imparta virusi. Nu ai nevoie de codecuri speciale pt site-uri erotice, nu ai nevoie de soft special ca sa joci in browser. Daca primesti mailuri de la companii care ai bani sau cont de joc, nu da user si parola, nu da login din mail, daca zic ca ai probleme inchizi mailul si intri pe site-ul lor de pe net/google. 
  1. Calculatorul NU este niciodata de vina! Socuri de curent, soft cu bug-uri, praf de 3 ani ce sufoca pc-ul, virusi, lovituri in unitate (tastatura e mai ieftina, loveste acolo), windows instalat fara drivere si multe altele. Calculatorul va merge mereu la maximum de performanta atat timp cat ai grija de el. Nu te uraste, nu te place, dar face mereu tot ce poate. Totul depinde de tine
    11: Adauga la firefox, la addons: WOT(da rating la site-uir aka zice care sunt virusate) si ADBLOCK (viata pe net fara reclame)-
submitted by demeyor to Romania [link] [comments]


2014.05.25 00:08 DOTZ0R [PS2.PICKUP] SeverSmash #9 Feedback thread

For those who watched the current server smash - Woodman (EU) vs Connery (NA), you will know that i said that there will be a feedback thread afterwards. As this is a TEST season, and we want to uncover any problems we may incur now, rather than later. Especially if this event was to become something else.

Server Smash #9

Connery VS Woodman - 240 v 240

Esamir

Host - Dotz0r

Casters - Fara, Dotz0r (for some points)

Support Camera Allelujah

FunPolice Shaql (and friends)

Missed the Match - Watch it below!
[PART 1]
We are very keen to know about how people felt about the implants and the general match layout concept. How did it pan out on the ground? Was it too confusing on the twitch?
Did you even agree with our reasoning for doing the setup like we did? What did you think of using a more territory based objective instead of a lane / major facilities? I personally think this territory-scoring is probably the best format thus far. However, its not what i think - its about what YOU the community thinks. If i had my way, you'd all be rocket primary / lolpods only! (j/k)
Below are some of things we are looking for in terms of feedback, however - any feedback is also welcome!
  • Your POV on the ground - Any awesome moments or things you would have done differently? Tell us your story! - What was an epic moment, what went wrong - etc!
  • Map - Too complicated? Too confusing? Or was it ok?
  • Did you enjoy it - was there something you did not enjoy? - Including both viewers and players.
  • What do you suggest we should cover during the post-interviews? More info on outfits / servers?
  • Match time- Too short or too long? (2 hours)
  • Esamir - Another continent instead? If so What Lanes / Format?
  • Impants - What IMPACT if any, did they make on the game - What did you personally think of them?
  • Did we convey the rules to people properly? Did you have access or to the google document, or did you at least manage to read it?
  • Did you feel that, overall - we need to improve something on the administrative front?
  • Alert - We did not factor into the alert winning / being won. We may need to continue to run the clock on stream as well just incase - a good idea?
  • Website - Do people use? What would you like to see? I know it needs a dedicated "ServerSmash" Section - but what else? (We are working on a new theme - yes its too "orange). Would you prefer / know someone who knows C++ and internet wizardry who can overhaul - have a website maker / guy you would recommend? Let us know!
  • What would you LIKE to see - Objective,lanes,style,and more.
  • If you ran Server Smash - What would you do differently?
  • Where would you LIKE to see Server Smash be in
  • Thoughts and feelings about our current System - Are we too loose of a team? Are we not letting people know within enough time (Take into consideration, amount of people involved / other games) But do we need to tell you MORE information. Do we point you in the right direction? That sort of thing.
  • Who does not know what the hell i am talking about?
  • The Territorial Scoring, over other previous Game modes - thoughts/feedback/suggestions etc?
  • Does Dotz0r sound like a tard on the stream? YES OR NO!
  • Server Speeches - a good thing? Who would be good person for each server? [Radlocks Speech]
  • Questions - Let em rip.
PS - Sorry for the lack of public document this time around
Site http://ps2-pickup.enjin.com/home
Twitter: @Ps2_Pickup
DID YOU STREAM?
Let us know if you recorded or streamed the event! - Put your links in this thread!
Look forward to [Miller VS Cobalt] - Next Saturday. The document will be released sometime soon early this week!
Please - GIVE us feedback, have your say - try and help us make this a better experience. If you have any questions - ask. However, lets not start a flame war if at all possible.
We look forward to feedback. - I will try and answer as much as I can
I would also like to thank, The fun Police - under Shaql - for keeping the peace in the lawless out of bounds, i would also like to thank the players from both Connery and Woodman for participating - we hope you enjoyed it. A big thanks to Fara for casting - and last but not least - all the people behind the scenes who made this and other matches possible. - Especially the reps and Higby who yet again gave us another alert
P.S- Logo competition - Send your submissions to this thread!
[Logo Competition]
(Note, Some MS paint inside)

To keep in the know!

Join our official [Site] and [subreddit] Or follow us on [Twitter] to keep up to date on events such as ServerSmash, Pickups and Outfit Pickups and more!
Many thanks.
Dotz.
submitted by DOTZ0R to Planetside [link] [comments]


2014.05.19 13:29 DOTZ0R [PS2.PICKUP] SeverSmash #8 Feedback Thread (Miller v Matth)

For those who watched the current server smash - Miller (EU) vs Matherson (NA), you will know that i said that there will be a feedback thread afterwards. As this is a TEST season, and we want to uncover any problems we may incur now, rather than later. Especially if this event was to become something else.

Server Smash #8

Matherson VS Miller - 240 v 240

Host - Allelujah

Casters - Fara, Luperza

Support Camera RedolentBastard

FunPolice - Shaql Daninator (And others :P)

Missed the Match - Watch it below!
[PART 1]
[PART 2]
We are very keen to know about how people felt about the implants and the general match layout concept. How did it pan out on the ground? Was it too confusing on the twitch?
Did you even agree with our reasoning for doing the setup like we did? What did you think of using a more territory based objective instead of a lane / major facilities? I personally think this territory-scoring is probably the best format thus far. However, its not what i think - its about what YOU the community thinks. If i had my way, you'd all be rocket primary / lolpods only! (j/k)
Below are some of things we are looking for in terms of feedback, however - any feedback is also welcome!
  • Your POV on the ground - Any awesome moments or things you would have done differently? Tell us your story! - What was an epic moment, what went wrong - etc!
  • Map - Too complicated? Too confusing? Or was it ok?
  • Match time- Too short or too long? (2 hours)
  • Esamir - Another continent instead? If so What Lanes / Format?
  • Impants - What IMPACT if any, did they make on the game - What did you personally think of them?
  • The Casting - Fara and luperza did a fantastic job, but what else could the casters do / be doing? We have already implemented previous suggestions of having "extra" cameramen to find fights - and also some of you have suggested fleshing out the stream with "official" Server Logos. (i.e miller vs math - with a corresponding logo next to each.)
  • Did we convey the rules to people properly? Did you have access or to the google document, or did you at least manage to read it?
  • Did you feel that, overall - we need to improve something on the administrative front?
  • Steam group - Thoughts? - We already have a Staff Group - but who knows, a public one? - Do you think we would stretch our self too thin?
  • Website - Do people use? What would you like to see? I know it needs a dedicated "ServerSmash" Section - but what else? (We are working on a new theme - yes its too "orange). Would you prefer / know someone who knows C++ and internet wizardry who can overhaul - have a website maker / guy you would recommend? Let us know!
  • What would you LIKE to see - Objective,lanes,style,and more.
  • If you ran Server Smash - What would you do differently?
  • Where would you LIKE to see Server Smash be in
  • Thoughts and feelings about our current System - Are we too loose of a team? Are we not letting people know within enough time (Take into consideration, amount of people involved / other games) But do we need to tell you MORE information. Do we point you in the right direction? That sort of thing.
  • Who does not know what the hell i am talking about?
  • The Territorial Scoring, over other previous Game modes - thoughts/feedback/suggestions etc?
  • Questions - Let em rip.
Site http://ps2-pickup.enjin.com/home
Twitter: @Ps2_Pickup
DID YOU STREAM?
Let us know if you recorded or streamed the event! - Put your links in this thread!
[Footage Collection Thread]
Look forward to [Woodman VS Connery] - Next Saturday. The document will be released sometime soon early this week!
Please - GIVE us feedback, have your say - try and help us make this a better experience. If you have any questions - ask. However, lets not start a flame war if at all possible.
We look forward to feedback. - I will try and answer as much as I can
*I would also like to thank, The fun Police - under Shaql - for keeping the peace in the lawless out of bounds, i would also like to thank the players from both Miller and Matherson for participating - we hope you enjoyed it. A big thanks to Luperza and Fara for casting - and last but not least - all the people behind the scenes who made this and other matches possible. - Especially the reps and Higby.
P.S- Logo competition - Send your submissions to this thread!
[Logo Competition]
(Note, Some MS paint inside)

To keep in the know!

Join our official [Site] and [subreddit] Or follow us on [Twitter] to keep up to date on events such as ServerSmash, Pickups and Outfit Pickups and more!
Many thanks.
Dotz.
submitted by DOTZ0R to Planetside [link] [comments]


2013.10.08 23:01 tabledresser [Table] IAmA: I am Bill de Blasio, Democratic Candidate for Mayor of New York City. AMA.

Verified? (This bot cannot verify AMAs just yet)
Date: 2013-10-08
Link to submission (Has self-text)
Questions Answers
Do you have any thoughts on getting NY rents down to something sane without distorting the market? Rezoning? Added transit? Physically making new land? I am working in my secret laboratory on a new land creation machine! Just kidding. My focus is on greatly increasing the amount of affordable housing — 200,000 units over the next 10 years. I want to see much more aggressive policies in terms of how the city works with the real estate industry. We don't have a methodology for lowering rents, but we can focus on creating more affordability, and strengthening our current rent regulation laws to protect the affordable housing we now have.
As a Washington Heights resident, hailing a cab is no easy task. The addition of green outer borough cabs has been an incredibly welcome addition to the neighborhood. Previously you have opposed the city's plan for street-hail livery cabs. Do you still oppose the green cab system, or have you come around now after seeing the success? Finally, You have opposed the planned NYCFC stadium in Queens, if you could put a new stadium in the 5 boros, where would it be? Is there any chance at an additional stadium in Manhattan, either in upper manhattan or on the water? I think the notion of more street hails in the outer boroughs and upper Manhattan is correct -- what I opposed was specific elements of the legislation that would undermine the economic structure of the industry that I thought were bad policy, but i think we can take the concept of the green cabs and utilize it effectively with a different set of rules. I also, as a question of democracy, thought the mayor purposefully did an end run around the City Council to force the outcome he wanted and I believe that was unconstitutional. On the second question, my central focus, which is made clear in my platform at www.billdeblasio.com, is on expanding transit options in underserved neighborhoods in the outer boroughs, particularly through bus rapid transit. I also think a central mission as mayor will be to protect the state payroll tax that is keeping the MTA viable at this point.
On the third question, I have not heard any viable plan for a stadium in Manhattan and I don't foresee that. The only way there could be a status in Queens is if the conditions I've laid down are on complete parkland replacement and sufficient subsidies for surrounding parkland. I wouldn't be shocked if a soccer team ended up using Yankee Stadium or CitiField.
How does Dante keep the shape of his hair so perfect? Dante works conscientiously on his hair. VERY conscientiously. He does not leave the house in the morning without carefully using his pick to strike a perfect geometric balance. I witnessed with my own eyes the President of the United States evaluating Dante’s Afro up close, and even the president admitted that the Afro of his youth was not as full and perfectly proportioned. So Dante has achieved something spectacular.
Where's the best Pizza in New York? Di Fara Pizzeria in Midwood, Brooklyn. And to all the Manhattan foodies out there: it's not even close. This is clearly the best. And yes I'm from Brooklyn. PS: They use buffalo milk mozzarella, which is beloved in my grandfather's provence in Italy.
As you are no doubt aware, as it was a central message of your campaign, New York is an increasingly difficult city for middle class people to survive. While I understand the hotel tax issue, and the safety concerns, people rent private residences for short stays all over the world. Why should New York City be any different? While I wholly agree that "slumlords" and "bad actors" who are abusing the airBNB system by holding property solely to re-let on short term rentals should be stopped, do you think that normal hard working New Yorkers should be able to rent out their apartmetns when they go away on vacation, or otherwise? First of all, define the word "normal" in terms of New Yorkers. :) I appreciate the appropriately nuanced way you framed the questioned, and I'll give you an equally nuanced answer. While I appreciate the potential of the sharing economy, and I do think there's some historical precedent, the challenges posed by AirBnB today are real, in terms of safety, public tax revenue, etc. I'm just beginning to learn about the extent of these challenges, and I plan on meeting with the various stakeholders, but I really want to emphasize that the safety issue is very different when you're talking about a million visitors a year versus the much smaller reality that used to exist of people renting out their apartments individually.
Bill, congrats on winning the democratic primary and I hope you will be our next mayor. That being said I am a lifelong NYC resident, hailing from the forgotten borough of Staten Island. In what ways does your administration plan on handling the hurdles that Staten Islanders have to conquer to get to Manhattan? As you may know all other boroughs have a direct subway connection to Manhattan, while we in Staten Island are still sailing the high seas to commute to Manhattan, or paying ridiculous bus fares ($6 each way). Is it not possible in the 21st century for there to be a better way for Staten Islanders to commute? First, thanks for your support. I come from your sister borough of Brooklyn, and I've spent a lot of time on The Rock! So I really do understand your frustration. I wish I had a better answer than the free ferry service we currently provide, but I will say that we have a possibility of really improving transportation for Staten Islanders with bus rapid transit on the North Shore, and maybe even light rail on that line one day. And the very exciting possibility of linking the West Shore by light rail to New Jersey and connecting to other train lines there. So that's what I'll be focused on.
Under Bloomberg, we lost countless mom-and-pop shops, some several decades old, and we gained way too many chain stores. Where do you stand on rent regulation for small businesses, especially those that have been around a long time, and what will you do to stop the spread of chains? I have been shocked by how negative many Bloomberg policies have been towards small business. Some people think of him as a businessman mayor, but they need to understand he never owned a small business and doesn't have that perspective. From my point of view, small businesses are the ultimate grassroots job creation engine and also incredibly important to the character and strength of our neighborhoods. I considered years ago the concept of commercial rent control, and don't believe it's workable, but what we can do is end policies that hurt mom and pop stores like the constant and arbitrary fines the city government has levied and we can use zoning laws and tax policy over time to support family owned businesses. Very good example on upper west side over the last few years where changes in zoning made it harder for certain chain stores to develop and easier for mom and pop shops to survive, so that's a model I want to follow.
I consider myself a middle-class NYC resident with a combined household income of about $80,000, with my partner and I both making 40k/year. In any other city, this would be a comfortable income to live on, but in NYC I can barely afford to pay rent on a small, out of date one bedroom. Of course, I expect a higher cost of living here because of the popularity of living in NYC, but the continuously increasing costs of rent has gotten completely out of control. What are some policies you plan on installing as mayor that would make it easier to live here for middle-class residents making under 100k a year? Will I ever be able to realistically plan on having kids while living in this city? My focus is on building an extensive new supply of affordable housing which will reach families who are struggling economically. My goal is 200,000 units over 10 years, enough to house 400,000 to 500,000 New Yorkers. I also want to speed the development of more market rate rental housing in hopes that a greater supply will start to bring costs down meaningfully. So I will do everything I know how to do to help make sure that couples like you can stay in this city.
In a race where many large tech companies backed Christine Quinn because they saw her as an extension of Mayor Bloomberg (who championed growing tech/bringing tech talent to NYC), how do you plan to gain the tech community’s support? I really believe in the tech community, and think its growth potential in this city is huge. I've met with a number of folks in the community over the last few weeks and think we've found a lot of common ground. I think the City can do a lot more to facilitate the tech sector, starting with making sure we get fully wired for high-speed internet citywide as quickly as possible. So I can feel already that there's going to be a good and close working relationship between my administration and tech community if the people choose me.
In what ways would you have responded differently to OWS than how Bloomberg did? First of all, Occupy was and is an important movement focused on the inequalities we must address in our society. I spent time at the protests and came to appreciate what an impact it made. I think the Mayor could have worked with members of Occupy to find an appropriate alternate location even when it was clear that Zuccoti Park couldn't continue to be a livable space for the protesters and the community. I also think that media access in situations like this must be constant and unquestioned, and i think it was a mistake by this administration to exclude the media when the protesters were removed.
What religious beliefs do you hold and how does it influence your politics, if at all? Although my mother was raised a Catholic, she did not bring me up in the Church. I considered myself a spiritual person but unaffiliated, and I was definitely vey influenced by the liberation theology movement in Latin America. And BOY am I a fan of Pope Francis!
Hi Bill. Thanks for doing this! You have been a strong advocate for public schools. Of course, it’s not just the children leaving for charter schools, but often the best teachers, as well. How will you approach the task of keeping the best teachers invested in our public schools? I am a public school parent myself and have been for the last 14 years. That is one of the reasons I made early child hood education and after school a centerpiece of my campaign. I think these investments will encourage many talented people to choose the teaching profession and stick with it. The question of teacher retention is getting far too little attention in the public debate. I think a strategy of greater investment plus more overt respect for teachers from public officials plus increasing promotional opportunities within the school system plus more pathways for teacher training is the pathway to greater retention.
Many progressives are very concerned with your recent meetings with business elites and your self-branding as "a fiscally responsible progressive". Andrew Cuomo said similar things in his run for governor, but what we ended up with was a conservative Democrat who was incredibly hostile to labor unions in an effort to please big business. How do you reconcile your progressive alliances among those who are entirely fine with raising taxes and spending more in order to achieve a greater net social utility over recent rhetoric involving pedantic economic efficiency? The centerpiece of my campaign is my plan to tax the wealthy to fix our schools. I would tax those who make a half million or more so we can have full day pre-k and after school programs for middle school kids. I have not wavered and I will not waver on this point. I‘ve also made clear that I believe in a progressive and activist use of the tools of government to address income inequality and the affordability crisis. Of course I will meet with business leaders because the City should work with them, but I made very clear my philosophical outlook. As for fiscal matters, I believe progressives have to balance budgets and run effective governments in order to achieve the social change we seek.
Great that you're doing an AMA. Will you keep doing them once you're mayor? You betcha.
If elected, will you ever bike to work? Unfortunately not, but let me tell you a story and I'll explain why I give you that answer. In 1990, I was in Seattle with my brother Steven, and we both bought mountain bikes, and we went on an amazing bike trip through western Montana, which is a really beautiful place… best seen by bike. Then I brought my bike back to Brooklyn, and although there were a few years when the kids were younger when I used it a lot, in recent years I almost never have used my bike. That's the sad truth. So I don't think it's likely I'll be using it to get to work, although I really appreciate and admire people that do, And I want to make it easier for people who do.
I'm a 25-year old who works in the TV/film industry. Your plans for growing the industry (much less mentioning it) really stood out and it won you my vote in the primary. While the city is playing an important role in big-budget, network productions, my question for you is how would you work with the Office of Film, Broadcasting and Theatre to make producing low-budget productions in the city more accessible and easier? I think the Office of Film and TV can help make life easier for smaller productions too -- cutting red tape and making it easier for folks involved to work with the neighborhood they're filming in. So if I'm elected, I would certainly make sure the office is consistently responsive to independent productions.
What made you go into politics? Who's your influencer or someone you really admire? One of the reasons I went into politics is that I sat riveted by my television for the entire Watergate summer. And at the age of 12, watched the greatest morality play in the history of American politics unfold. It was at times depressing but in many ways also inspiring. In terms of influences or people I emulate, I always point to Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Fiorello La Guardia as examples of effective progressives who were in touch with the people they serve.
What do you like about Joe Lhota? Look, I have some serious disagreements with Joe, but I do think he is a smart and affable guy. I also appreciate his wry sense of humor.
Hi Bill, I voted for you in the primary! How will you help end the HIV/AIDS crisis, stigma, discrimination, and criminalization that help fuel its existence? Thanks for your support! I think part of the answer is to acknowledge publicly and consistently that the HIV/AIDS crisis continues, that we have to continue to innovate better public health and outreach policies. For folks living with HIV, there's more we can do to provide affordable housing, most notably implement a 30% rent cap for HASA clients. And finally, I want the city government to listen to people with HIV and AIDS in this city more, and learn from what they say about how we can better serve them.
I’m curious about your thoughts on the Bloomberg administration’s use of tax abatements and other incentives to encourage companies to stay in New York City. If elected, what would be your policy on incentives for commercial development? Would job-creation benchmarks play a role in development projects you would support with city money? I am critical of many government efforts to provide incentives in subsidies -- I think too often they turn into corporate welfare. I want a very careful and strict use of subsidies that create obstacles for disadvantaged people and affordable housing. I think too many incentive plans in the past were unenforceable and amounted to nothing more than taxpayer dollar giveaways.
Hi Mr. de Blasio. Just wanted to say thanks for proving that left-wing solutions still have a place in American political discourse! My question: What's your favorite book? Growing up, it was the Autobiography of Malcolm X, and I still love that book. More recently, i've taken great inspiration from Nothing to Fear by Adam Cohen about the New Deal, and the people who made it happen.
Mr. de Blasio - you made it very clear what practices you would like to see removed from NYPD policy. My question is - what activities should the department ADD in order to increase trust between the NYPD and the community? many thanks More focus on getting intervention policies that work with community leaders and family members to convince young people to stay away from gang life. This is both an effective crime fighting tool and way of creating real partnership between police and community.
Last updated: 2013-10-12 15:24 UTC
This post was generated by a robot! Send all complaints to epsy.
submitted by tabledresser to tabled [link] [comments]


2013.03.01 20:28 tabledresser [Table] I am a 26 year old NYC yellow cab driver. Ask me anything

Verified? (This bot cannot verify AMAs just yet)
Date: 2013-03-01
Link to submission (Has self-text)
Link to my post
Questions Answers
Go two questions for you: - What's the most famous guy that sat in your cab? - What's the most valuable belonging that was left behind? I've had a bunch. Tina Fey, Zach Galifanakas, Alan cumming, two main characters from gossip girl - chuck bass and blaire. And two side characters from that show as well.
Most expensive items would probably be iPad, iPhones and an slr camera. I don't know how much the camera was worth but it was old so probably not much more than an iPhone or iPad.
What's the procedure on abandoned items? Nope. I've never done that. I usually try to return it to the person. I think I've always found a way to get in touch with the person. Otherwise the procedure is to turn it into the garage or the police.
Put them in your pocket? A lot of drivers put it into their pockets. I know this fora fact and I've been a victim of this as well.
What is your stance on people having sex (including oral) in your cab? i used to date a girl from manhattan who claimed she did that all the time, but the one time we tried in a different city the guy immediately pulled over on the highway and threatened to kick us out. She almost pissed herself...just big talk on her part? I wouldn't have sex in the back of a cab. It's filthy in there. They never get cleaned. Maybe she does who knows. I doubt it. Most drivers would out an end to it. Some will take pics. I don't really care too much. I just drive through potholes
What, for you, has been the most interesting conversation you've had with a passenger? I'm wondering because my conversations with cabbies always ends up going the way of the meaning of life or something of that nature. Or maybe its just because I'm usually drunk. I've had a lot of interesting conversations and met interesting people but I don't think I can single one thing out.
I like food and restaurants a lot. And fashion. So conversations with people regarding that are always good. But these are people I normally associate with in regular life.
I picked up a pimp in the upper west side around 3 am on a weekday. He paid me 60 bucks to drive him around the Bronx so he could collect money from his girls. And he told his life story. That was pretty interesting.
Also I've picked up a lot of escorts and they're pretty open with me about their business.
I once picked up a kid who was on the phone trying to sell some handguns he was carrying in his backpack. I told the cops who were sitting around the corner from where I dropped him off. I don't know what happened after that.
Also I've had some guy invite me into his house and he made me a burger. Our convo was about burgers and he was insisting he made the best
Come on, you can't leave us hanging like that! How was the burger? It was pretty good but def not among the best in the city. If you like burgers you should check out diner in Williamsburg or dumont burger. The lamb burger at Breslin in the ace hotel is phenomenal as well.
Have you ever had passengers get it on in the back while you were driving? Yes many times. Sometimes they even ask. To which I usually just reply really? Because the cars NEVER get cleaned. They're filthy.
I've also had a girl masturbate in the backseat while her friend was very embarrassed.
I usually try to hit as many potholes when I know a blow job is going on in the back. It's always funny then you arrive at the destination and there early was not enough time for completion and the guy gets out of the car with a boner
Has New York done anything about that Spider-Man menace I keep reading about on The Daily Bugle website? No he's still out there
How often are you offered something aside from cash as payment? Strangest thing you've been offered? Not that often. Usually the only thing I've been offered is sexual favors in exchange for rides. It's happened probably 5-6 times. By both guys and girls. I haven't taken anyone up on the offer.
That being said I've been tipped in ways other than cash. Someone invited me into their family house after taking them to westchester and ordered Chinese food. He paid me extra to stay and eat with his family because he also wanted a ride back to the city with me. One night I someone gave me half a Peter Lugers steak. That same night I got another really fancy meal but I don't remember from where. I've gotten CDs from musicians. That happens all the time. And a couple of times a girls phone number
What kind of customer do you hate driving around? Ghetto customers. They usually treat you like complete shit and try to negotiate the fare down. Or anyone who does that.
Hey, thanks for doing this! Cab drivers have always been some of the easiest for me to talk to and we always have great conversations. Yes I have a few times. I've been hit. It's inevitable. I think it's happened twice. Rear ended both times. The one time the passengers were totally fine and the other time this girl hit her had against divider. She said she would be fine but I called an ambulance anyways. I always call the police. Then you have to fill out an accident report back at the garage. Usually the nights over at that point.
Have you done any special request jobs such as following a car for someone or speeding/taking an illegal route for extra cash? I've never followed anyone or done special requests. I guess out of town trips are considered special requests since they're not on the meter and significantly higher in price than what the meter would be.
What's your favorite/least favorite part of the job? Have you ever gotten into an accident while driving a passenger? Does that happen often? What do you do in that situation? Do you congregate with fellow drivers ever? Are you a minority in cab drivers being a (seems like it from your picture) white dude? Anything ever happen because of that? Favourite part is the people you meet, the places you see, you can more or less keep your own hours and you don't have to work that day if you don't feel like it. The worst part is its tiring and redundant after a while. The hours are long when you do drive. I'd rather kill myself if I knew I was going to do this forever.
I don't congregate with fellow drivers. A lot of them are pretty weird and I wouldn't really get along with any of them. Plus I think hanging out in the middle f the shift is a waste of time and money. A lot of drivers do that though
Do you use gps or do you have the roads memorized? GPS is actually not allowed by the taxi and limousine commission in New York. Though a lot of people still do use that.
At this point I have the roads mostly memorized. But if the passenger is going somewhere I don't know which is rarely the case I either just ask them and if they don't know I just use google maps on my iPhone
Weird. i thought gps would almost be an industry standard. i know in bc all the cabs ive been in have gps built into the taxi dash computer. Yeah not in New York. The computer keeps track of the routes the cab takes on each fare but that information isn't available to the driver directly. It's sent to the commission. And it doesn't provide directions either
Why don't they want you using them, it seems like it would make your job easier. I think they feel like it would cause accidents because drivers would be trying to configure them while driving. Though they aren't that helpful in the city with all the traffic. Turns and stuff come up too quickly and you always have to be shifting lanes etc.
What's the most fucked conversation you've ever herd? Some big huge ghetto chick was like you betta eat ma oussy tonight.
No haha
Well... did you? No
Anyways in the morning I grab a taxi in the rain to her place, we exchange pleasantries and swab bags, and I wait in the rain to get a taxi back to my hotel. I get in the taxi with my bag, guy asks where to, I tell him my hotel name, and he's like hell I don't know where that is. So I give him the address and he's like "cross street?" Fuck if I know man. "Get the fuck out of my cab! I ain't got time for this shit" and he kicks me out of the cab and I'm flabbergasted. I call my hotel and ask for a cross street and get the next cab and it works out. But what the fuck man? Yeah everyone uses cross streets on NYC. That being said- that guy was a dick. He shouldn't of done that and can always turn them in for behaviour like that
Are you sleepy? No.
I'm just sick laying in bed. I go to sleep usually at 5-6 am due to the driving. NYC time
Do you ever pretend that you're the new host of Cash Cab and then crush their spirits when they find out it's all a sham? I would. No but a lot of people always think they're on cash cab or something. Maybe I should
It would keep them entertained for the whole ride if you just started giving trivia and then purposely get the answers wrong. Total mind fuck. I've had friends right along and my gf used to ride along as well at times. People would get a kick out of that.
I'll be in NYC tomorrow. Can I get your personal cab number? I get a different car every time and I'm probably not driving for the next few days since I'm sick.
About how much money do you make per year if you don't mind me asking? I have heard that cab drivers actually make a decent amount of money, more than most people think. On a bad night I make about 250 for myself. On a really good night about 500. On average about 350-400. This is working a full twelve hours. And most drivers don't make this because they're either lazy or don't know what they're doing. Finding the passengers late at night is the real work.
Have you ever had to kick someone out of a cab? Yes a few times. Sometimes people are just too assholish. If they treat me like shit I'll pull over and kick them out. Or if they're too intoxicated.
One time I picked up four really ghetto people in Times Square on a Friday night. The guy sitting in the front had McDonald's and started eating as soon as we took off. His drink didn't have a straw so he took off the lid of the cup and started sipping on it. It was sloshing around and spilling everywhere. Also it started to smell like fast food and grease. I asked him to hold off until he gets home. Then he pulled the black card on me and was saying that I am only contesting due to him being black. I said no it's just that it's making me really uncomfortable and I don't want to deal with the mess. He asks me to pull over. Him and his guy friend in the back get out. The girls stay insisting they won't find another cab. It's true that ghetto people have a hard time getting a cab especially when it's busy. No one wants to deal with them. It really doesn't have much to do with the color of your skin. If you're African American and totally respectable looking it will never be a problem.
Anyways I continue on with the girls. At a red light I hear sounds of puking so I ask them if one of them has puked. She was like no everything is fine. Then I hear it again. I pull over and check out the back seat. There is like all over the floor of the backseat. So I point it out to which the girl replies that was already there when we got in. Expect her blouse is covered with vomit. At this point I'm oissed because now I have to clean this up and these people just lied to me. So I kicked them out and of course they blamed it on themselves being black. I've kicked out white people who've puked as well.
What is the best driving hour? Depends on the day. Rush hour is always good especially when you know your away around traffic. Good for making money that is. There's less traffic later in the night but the rides are much longer. And the passengers more interesting
Can you tell a story about one of those interesting ones? I once had a girl who must of been in her mid twenties. I picked up in east village and was driving to Williamsburg. This was during the weekday at about 4 am. She was on the phone with her father who was in California. She was calling because she finally narrowed down what she wanted to do in her life and had trouble deciding. A children's art therapist or a sea lion trainer. She sounded like a little kid. I thought that was really funny.
One of the more interesting stories -
I picked up a guy in TriBeCa which is pretty far downtown. At the bottom of the island. The destination was all the way to dyckman street which is at the top of the city. About a 40 dollar fare. As soon as I get there this guy bolts out the door. Now you can call the cops and file a report but there really is no point because they probably won't find him and you'll waste another hour waiting for the cops to come and get the report done etc. So I start heading back downtown. When I'm in midtown which is about 25 dollars back downtown I hear this guys iPhone start to ring in the backseat. I immediately pull over and get the phone and answer it. He's like hey man I forgot my phone in the car. I said yeah and you forgot to pay the 40 bucks for the fare. He said he'd pay me as soon as I bring him his phone back. And I said its another 25 dollars to get back up there to which he said: don't be an asshole. Yes, I'm the asshole even though he ripped me off. I just hung up on him. And turned it off because he kept calling back. He eventually canceled the phone the next day
Hi! I work for a cab company in Australia, how often do you get people evading fares and also how does the system work there? Do you get mainly people hailing you, or is there a booking dispatch system or something? Strictly street hails. There is no phone numbers or dispatch.
It happens maybe once a month on average if you drove five days a week for example
How do you give your beard such beautiful volume? Magic
Which customers are the worst/best? Depends on what you're looking for...
I usually like good interesting conversation. That's always fun. Big tippers are always good too. Usually people who work in the service industries tip better than average.
The worst kind are the ones who treat you like shit. They also don't tip well.
I once had a passenger that Wanted to go to Starbucks 4 street blocks away. The fare was about 5 bucks. He said he couldn't tip me because he was out of work at the moment. I found that amusing more than anything
What's the farthest ride you had to give? How much was your tip? I'm a New Yorker, just curious. I went to Delaware for a total of 800. I also had new haven Connecticut and bright waters Long Island in one night which I made about a thousand. That was probably my luckiest nights.
Also how do you compete with the plethora of yellows? Sometimes you don't have to compete when it's super busy like in rush hour or Friday and Saturday nights. Other times you have to be smart about it taking routes that most cabs don't take. And you also have to be aggressive in some situations and be in front of the pack
Wow, that's crazy. What's your plans after you call it quits? Find a normal job. Haha in fashion or tech startup maybe.
When does your night shift start and end? And who is the most interesting person you've come across in your cab? Btw, get well soon :D. I've had a lot of people in my cab I'd normally never meet. Like the pimp I talked about in an answer to another question and escorts and prostitutes.
But I wouldn't really ever hang out with a lot of those people.
I've met some awesome people who I've exchanged numbers with and ended up hanging out with at some point.
But I've met pretty interesting people from all over the world. I had a guy who toured with bands and photographed them. He's worked with snoop and other famous people. His stories were pretty awesome. Usually people like that are fun to talk to.
And thanks I hope I get better soon too.
Also- night shift typically starts at 5pm and you have the car for twelve hours. Technically you can quit whenever you want since you pay for just the rental up front. But I work the full twelve
1) What is the biggest tip you have ever received? 150 on a 650 dollar ride. But I've gotten a 100 bucks on a 18 dollar ride and 40-50 on a ten dollar ride .
2) What is the farthest destination you had to drive to? Farthest place was Delaware or new haven Connecticut
How is your driving record? I have 4 points
How does renting the cab for the night work? How much do you pay for it? Do you get to keep a portion of the meter fare or do you just keep the tips? You keep 100 percent of the far and tips. Renting the cab costs anywhere from 130-144 dollars per night depending on the day. Sunday - Saturday gets more expensive as you go on. You're responsible for the fuel and 50 cent per ride tax. It amounts to 200-250 usually for the night.
I know your current profession is driving a cab but I have to ask. With a beard like that, do you ever find yourself wishing you had decided to wrestle grizzly bears instead or were you always destined for piloting yellow submarines? The picture actually misleading. I have a thick stubble. It's just not very good lighting
Best pizza in nyc?? Di fara in midwood.
How do you act when celebrities get in your cab? Me personally, I would fanboy the fuck out and embarrass us both by asking for an autograph, but you're a professional, so what did you do? Just talk to them like any other human being
How much is a medallion? About 800k. I would never buy one
How do you get around town when you're not working? Motorcycle, subway, cabs, or walking
Is it frustrating to ride in another cab? No. But you do realise all the subtle things can drivers do to try to rip you off. I also am more conscious of the route cab drivers are taking
What are some ways drivers might try and rip off passengers? Usually the route they take. Plus they can change the rate to the double rate on the meter but they'll usually get caught by the tlc
Tlc ? Taxi and limousine commission of nyc.
Weirdest thing someone has done to flag you down? Moon me
I've done a fair amount of time in NYC cabs, more in Boston cabs. A large percentage of you scare the living daylights out of me ... e.g. accelerating rapidly into traffic while another cab is pulling into a lane, basically just accelerating really fast. No one likes sitting in traffic. You as the passenger pay more and the driver makes less due to opportunity cost.
Are there times you would prefer driving in silence? (aka: ppl would just shut up) Personally, I would get pretty tired of talking after awhile. Definitely. When I'm really tired or just not in the mood. It happens just like with anything else
What sorts of qualifications / prerequisites does one need to have in order to become a cab driver? Do they factor in how well you know the roads? Basically if you speak fluent English you're golden. You have to take a a 3 day course which includes geography and then a written exam. A defensive driving course and a drug test. I think that's about it
Are there any specific companies you would recommend working for? Do you "rent" the cab from your employer? Yeah you're more like a contractor. You can work whatever days you want and you basically rent te car from the cab company. Team garage a good in Long Island city or Ann's in park slope on fourth ave
Have you ever been tempted to fuck with a passenger because they were an asshole to you? Like Bill Murray in Stripes? No but I'll be an asshole to them or just kick them out of the car. That's def happened
Would you fuck a hooker if she offered it for a tip? Probably not. The ones who do that are always nasty
Have you ever been on taxi cab confessions? Nope.
On behalf of a grateful internet I think I speak for all of Reddit when I say that we thank you for your service. I'm on the corner of 44th and 8th. What the shortest route to the Brooklyn bridge? Straight down seventh avenue
Has anyone ever tried to rob you or ditch a cab? If yes what is the best story? One of the more interesting stories - I picked up a guy in TriBeCa which is pretty far downtown. At the bottom of the island. The destination was all the way to dyckman street which is at the top of the city. About a 40 dollar fare. As soon as I get there this guy bolts out the door. Now you can call the cops and file a report but there really is no point because they probably won't find him and you'll waste another hour waiting for the cops to come and get the report done etc. So I start heading back downtown. When I'm in midtown which is about 25 dollars back downtown I hear this guys iPhone start to ring in the backseat. I immediately pull over and get the phone and answer it. He's like hey man I forgot my phone in the car. I said yeah and you forgot to pay the 40 bucks for the fare. He said he'd pay me as soon as I bring him his phone back. And I said its another 25 dollars to get back up there to which he said: don't be an asshole. Yes, I'm the asshole even though he ripped me off. I just hung up on him. And turned it off because he kept calling back. He eventually canceled the phone the next day.
Also- some guy walked out on a 30 dollar fare. He was pretty drunk. I got out of the cab and demanded to be paid and he just grabbed me and started punching me in the stomach so I kicked him in the shins and he fell. I then kicked him in the stomach a few times and called the cops. They arrested him. I didn't get my money though...
What's the weirdest stuff people have forgotten in your cab ? Nothing really that weird to be honest. Mostly phones. Sometimes food. Wallets. A dress.
What is the best place to eat on Curry Hill? I see all the cabs parked along the street for lunch. They're all disgusting. I would check out masala times for cheap good clean Indian food. It's on bleecker street near 6th ave and open until 3 usually and 5 on Friday and Saturday
What do you plan on doing after you quit? Career track. Maybe something in fashion or tech. Maybe working at a start up.
If someone gets your ID# and threatens to call in and report you for some offense, real or imagined, is that scary? Or are you like, "Go for it, man. Nothing will ever come of it." This rarely happens. It's happened like twice and I don't think anything eer came of it. The tlc makes it really annoying to file a report. Once you file they send you a letter and form which you have to fill out and return and then there is a hearing scheduled to which you as the peso who filed also have to attend. So yeah it rarely happens
In DC, the worst (least attentive) drivers invariably seem to be cabbies. In your experience, is it the same in NYC? Can you speculate on why that is? There are a lot of bad cab drivers out there for sure. They never test ones driving abilities when giving taxi licenses. However the worst drivers are the ones who normally don't drive in the city. They're always trying to make turns from 3 lanes over and can never seem to get into the flow of traffic
What are the sort of things you've seen driving around NYC at night? Ever had to give statements to police etc? Nothing to do with the degree but I want to work for a startup in the tech industry or business side of fashion.
What are you planning to do afterwards? Manage to find something related to your degree? Yes accidents have happened. They're inevitable and not really that big of a deal especially when you're not at fault. The garage I rent for is responsible for providing insurance.
Ever been involved in a crash? Yeah I've seen the side of NYC no one sees. Drug dealers, pimps, prostitutes. I only ever reported to the police when I had a young passenger who was carrying around handguns in his backpack for sale. I don't care about escorts or prostitutes. Selling guns is a totally different ball game
Hav you ever been in a situation where a person says something like "follow that car!"? Or something similar? Yes this happens at times and it's usually because the party in my car is with the party in the other car. But it's really annoying to follow another yellow cab or any car for that matter due t the traffic and sheer number of yellows that look the exact same.
I once had a female Passenger who had some guy following her and I had to lose the cab behind us haha.
What are some rookie mistakes foreigners do when taking a cab in NYC? And what's your experience with Scandinavians? They keep hailing cabs and don't know how the roof light works. When it's litit means it's free and can pick you up. When the light is off it is occupied. Scandinavians are nice people
How many days per week do you work (and which days)? Do you have a routine schedule that you prefer, or do you just work whenever you feel like it? Thanks. I used to do it whenever I felt like it or needed it but these days I'm working a steady five days a week. I take Monday and Wednesday off
What you study in college? Cool beard by the way. Philosophy and psychology. Cliche I know
I'm completely ignorant about cab riding because I've never been to a big city without having a rental car. My question to you is if it's more common to sit in the back seat if I'm alone or the front? Also, is it rude to ask the route from the driver? No you're the customer so you should ask if you want.
It's more common to sit in the back. In places like Australia people sit in the front especially when there taking a cab by themselves. I've had people sit in the front and it's always been fine.
How many pedestrians have you killed so far? Just 5.
I know that due to costs, it's probably not likely, but if you could afford it would you buy your own medallion and drive your own cab? If I could buy it in cash sure I would do that and then just sell it when I wanna quit. They're pretty easy to sell. And you'd save like 800 bucks a week in rental fees.
How did you get into that line line of work? Needed money and didnt want a regular job in which I have to stick to a regular schedule. You can take off whenever you want with this job. You're your own boss.
Will you take personal Redditor cab calls? Or a text of my location, if by chance you happen to be in that area at the time. I live in Brooklyn and I have this weird complex about taking cabs late at night by myself because I trust it less than taking the subway (the whole being stuck in a car at someone else's whim + being a female thing.) But you seem like a guy I can trust as a fellow Redditor. What say you!? What time usually and from where to where
How is your back? since you work for 12hr shifts and the seats can be bad. I get a massage twice a month and do vinyasa yoga regularly. So that keeps it in check. But my back is pretty messed up every two weeks. The masseuse can always tell.
How much do you make per year? Depends on how much I drive. On average I make 350-400 a night for a twelve hour shift
What kind of vehicles do you drive? (brand + model) I work as a cab driver in Europe, and we drive Mercedes-Benz E-class saloons. Do you think this is seen as weird in the USA? I would prefer your car of choice. Mostly it's ford crown Victoria's which are terrible cars. You'll also see some Nissan and Toyota hybrid vehicles. But mostly it's the fords.
Where do whores go? Home just like the rest of em
I've heard rumors that cab drivers piss in water bottles instead of taking regular bathroom breaks. Is this true? Yes this happens all the time. I've never done it. I just go inside a bar or a Starbucks. Much easier. But I've seen and heard guys talking abor or doing it
Have bike couriers been as much of an issue/annoyance as Premium Rush would have people believe? Not really. The most annoying cyclists are the just regular cyclists. The couriers know what they're doing.
As for regular cyclists and drivers in general. They're both assholes to eachother in the most biased way possible and need to lighten up. And stop acting so entitled. Both do. That would probably prevent more accidents and be better for everyone
Are you worried about driverless cars? No. I'm not doing this for much longer anyways. I think driverless cars wood be cool.
Do you use your turn signals? Always
Last updated: 2013-03-05 19:14 UTC
This post was generated by a robot! Send all complaints to epsy.
submitted by tabledresser to tabled [link] [comments]