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Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby Guest » Fri Sep 15, 2017 8:42 am

Did you guys see the cover story for the latest edition of PC Magazine? This man looks familiar...
http://ru.pcmag.com/korpusa/34358/feature/istoriia-stola-kompiutera-badvolf-rasskazannaia-ego-konstruk
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Boris@Vikileaks

Re: Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby Boris@Vikileaks » Fri Sep 15, 2017 2:51 pm

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Hello Comrade Mark,

This is a great promotion. You've become quite a celebrity in Russia, and @ Vikileaks.
Because of your success in fighting for truth, and saving lives here in Russia, Putin want more American here.

Putin has set up incentives for "Good" Americans who enjoy The Bill of Rights, to move here where they can be free to work hard, and make families. You here short time, and everyone knows you.
You've inspired many.

https://www.csmonitor.com/World/2016/11 ... an-citizen

Keep up the good work.
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Guest

Re: Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby Guest » Fri Sep 15, 2017 4:17 pm

Guest wrote:Did you guys see the cover story for the latest edition of PC Magazine? This man looks familiar...
http://ru.pcmag.com/korpusa/34358/feature/istoriia-stola-kompiutera-badvolf-rasskazannaia-ego-konstruk

You go, Duggie Howza! You got a lot of support and respect here at PBSO. Most of the guys here privately back you and are glad you stuck it to Gauger and his FOGs. Keep up the great work!
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Guest

Re: Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby Guest » Fri Sep 15, 2017 4:24 pm

Notice he wrote "privately" which means no one has your back here at PBSO. They are a bunch of cowards behind a keyboard. MD you are on your own.
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D/S D1

Re: Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby D/S D1 » Fri Sep 15, 2017 8:18 pm

Guest wrote:Notice he wrote "privately" which means no one has your back here at PBSO. They are a bunch of cowards behind a keyboard. MD you are on your own.


Not true.
Mark, You give us all hope and encouragement to change things.
Much of whats posted is very informative. I'd say 70+ approve of PBSOTalk.ru.
They're trying hard to find the posters and arrest them for free speech.
So I stay low. But, thankfully, I have a voice about the way things are managed around here, without being punished.

Thank you.

D/S D1
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Guest

Re: Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby Guest » Fri Sep 15, 2017 9:09 pm

LOL
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Guest

Re: Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby Guest » Fri Sep 15, 2017 9:22 pm

There is an arrest warrant for Mark Dougan. He is not a coward. He went against the system but was alone. Not a single one of you backed him. If he had backing maybe things would be different. The only thing you do is flex your muscles behind a keyboard. In other words you bitch and complain but do NOTHING to change things or make things better. Don't make yourself feel better by telling MD you stand behind him. You are a liar

Get out from behind your keyboard and do something. Get some balls or borrow them from your sister
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Guest

Re: Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby Guest » Fri Sep 15, 2017 9:42 pm

We have not killed anyone in months. PBSOTalk.ru Saves Lives.
Hence, PBSOTalk.ru is a Public Safety site, and serves as a utility for sworn officers.
This fucking suggestion box never worked like this. All here watching their steps, after the FOG departure.
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Guest

Re: Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby Guest » Fri Sep 15, 2017 10:56 pm

This is true. Its been quiet. Thank you PBSOTalk.ru.
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Guest

Re: Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby Guest » Fri Sep 15, 2017 10:59 pm

Guest wrote:There is an arrest warrant for Mark Dougan. He is not a coward. He went against the system but was alone. Not a single one of you backed him. If he had backing maybe things would be different. The only thing you do is flex your muscles behind a keyboard. In other words you bitch and complain but do NOTHING to change things or make things better. Don't make yourself feel better by telling MD you stand behind him. You are a liar

Get out from behind your keyboard and do something. Get some balls or borrow them from your sister


There is an arrest warrant for Mark Dougan? Up-load.
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БадВольф

Re: Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby БадВольф » Wed Sep 20, 2017 7:29 pm

Who wants the baddest computer desk in the world? The computer is literally integrated into the desk.
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Guest

Re: Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby Guest » Thu Sep 21, 2017 1:22 am

БадВольф wrote:Who wants the baddest computer desk in the world? The computer is literally integrated into the desk.
Image
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Specs ?
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БадВольф

Re: Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby БадВольф » Thu Sep 21, 2017 2:15 am

Guest wrote:Specs ?


48" wide, 28" deep and 31" high. It is made with 1.5mm steel (14 gauge) steel. it weighs about 140 lbs... not really portable, but it's rock solid and doesn't move when you shake it. I know... I have conducted several tests regarding this aspect of the durability and stability. The tests were very scientific, and I have accounted for very diverse variables; blonde, brunette, tall, short; I just haven't tested it with any weights greater than 55 kilos. :lol:

The specs on this particular table and components:
Motherboard: Asus Zenith Extreme X399 motherboard - Link to Mobo
Processor: AMD 1950X Threadripper (totally new and WHOLLY BAD ASS) - Link to Threadripper
Video Card: ASUS RX580 Strix - Link to Video Card
Ram: 32GB Corsair Extreme DDR4 - Link to DDR4
Storage: Kingston KC1000 480gb M.2 drive - Link to M.2 Drive
Power Supply: Corsair HX860 - Link to Power Supply
Water Cooler: Corsair Hydro H115i 280mm - link to Cooler
Fans: Thermaltake Ring - Link to Fans

Of course, the case is by BadVolf. Designed in Solidworks, laser cut steel and acrylic, and each desk is custom painted to the customers exacting specification. This one is WarWolf grey.
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Guest

Re: Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby Guest » Thu Sep 21, 2017 8:28 am

Similar items have been available for a while...old news
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Julio

Re: Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby Julio » Sun Oct 01, 2017 9:57 pm

It is nice. Certainly has enough storage.
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Lemons to Lemon Aid

Legal Tech. Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby Lemons to Lemon Aid » Wed Oct 25, 2017 1:34 pm

Dear MD,

Can you please start a legal research and support service for Pro Se Litigants?
It would be profitable, and your computer / investigative skills can be used to make a real difference here.

The 6th. Amendment Right to Due Process has been corralled into the (local) domains of the cowardly and corrupted members of The Florida Bar, a "private org.". Florida has no right to abridge our federally protected 6th and 14th Amendments.
Please see the following order and know that ignorance is no excuse, but when you know what you're doing, they get really pissed.

Here's how the corrupted, prevent the truth from surfacing.


BY ORDER OF THE COURT: ORDERED that petitioner’s May xx, xxxx request for emergency treatment is denied. Petitioner’s request for emergency treatment is frivolous and an abuse of procedure. Petitioner has initiated numerous meritless proceedings in this Court.

""Petitioner is cautioned that further frivolous filing may result in the sanction of this Court no longer accepting petitioner’s pro se filings unless signed by a member in good standing of the Florida Bar. See May v. Barthet, 934 So. 2d 1184, 1186 (Fla. 2006)"".

As you know, the truth is "frivolous and an abuse of procedure" from the corrupt officials point of view.

Use your tech to create a well equipped staff over there, with intel from here. The elements you need, are "in place", by virtue of jurisdictions, and its a within your purview. Start a legal "referral" service and just bridge the gap. It would fit well within your vertical structure of goals, and its where the traction for meaningful change is. You'll enjoy it. There's a big market here, and no one in Russia can get hit with the 'so called", UN-Licensed Practice of Law. So, a Russian is protected from the Fl Bar, and a Pro Se, is exempt. Once the local lawyers loose work, they'll grow some balls.

There's a real need. And Russia makes it legal.
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Lemons to Lemon Aid

Re: Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby Lemons to Lemon Aid » Wed Oct 25, 2017 1:55 pm

Also, this site can increase revenues for "ethical" attorney's and experts by creating a (Shit List) with narratives and uploads.

Think about it.... Think hard...
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Guest

Re: Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby Guest » Wed Oct 25, 2017 2:27 pm

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Yuri with Fury

Re: Legal Tech. Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby Yuri with Fury » Thu Oct 26, 2017 1:55 am

Lemons to Lemon Aid wrote:Dear MD,

Can you please start a legal research and support service for Pro Se Litigants?
It would be profitable, and your computer / investigative skills can be used to make a real difference here.

The 6th. Amendment Right to Due Process has been corralled into the (local) domains of the cowardly and corrupted members of The Florida Bar, a "private org.". Florida has no right to abridge our federally protected 6th and 14th Amendments.
Please see the following order and know that ignorance is no excuse, but when you know what you're doing, they get really pissed.

Here's how the corrupted, prevent the truth from surfacing.


BY ORDER OF THE COURT: ORDERED that petitioner’s May xx, xxxx request for emergency treatment is denied. Petitioner’s request for emergency treatment is frivolous and an abuse of procedure. Petitioner has initiated numerous meritless proceedings in this Court.

""Petitioner is cautioned that further frivolous filing may result in the sanction of this Court no longer accepting petitioner’s pro se filings unless signed by a member in good standing of the Florida Bar. See May v. Barthet, 934 So. 2d 1184, 1186 (Fla. 2006)"".

As you know, the truth is "frivolous and an abuse of procedure" from the corrupt officials point of view.

Use your tech to create a well equipped staff over there, with intel from here. The elements you need, are "in place", by virtue of jurisdictions, and its a within your purview. Start a legal "referral" service and just bridge the gap. It would fit well within your vertical structure of goals, and its where the traction for meaningful change is. You'll enjoy it. There's a big market here, and no one in Russia can get hit with the 'so called", UN-Licensed Practice of Law. So, a Russian is protected from the Fl Bar, and a Pro Se, is exempt. Once the local lawyers loose work, they'll grow some balls.

There's a real need. And Russia makes it legal.


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This is good idea. We can do here.
We have Lexus / West law. We have information. We can merge law with political science from Russia.
Who needs legal help ? Who wants to run for elected office ?

10,000.00 case, for 1000.00, includes pleadings, case law, procedures, actor's profiles, and in some cases personal files. And follow-through legal support from Russia, for the home of the brave, and those who want their land to remain free.

Need case law to present to the rep. PBA lawyer, ask Yuri.

Just ask Yuri. And we will set it up with the owner of site.
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БадВольф

Re: Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby БадВольф » Mon Nov 13, 2017 5:20 pm


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Guest

Re: Cover Story for Top Technology Magazine

Postby Guest » Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:49 pm

БадВольф wrote:


The "Pem's" instead of threading for an increased bond, seems like the butt riveting used on the Grumman Aerospace products.
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