Friday, March 19, 2010

SFL Friday -- It Always Comes Back to the Nazis.


Well kids, it's too nice outside to be sitting in front of a computer, so I am getting ready to head east and submerge myself in something warm, delicious and inviting.

Sheesh, get your mind out of the gutter, I'm talking about the Atlantic Ocean!

Did you all see Bruce Rogow's comments on the Michelle Spence-Jones prosecution?

That's not my area of expertise, but is the bowtied one ever really wrong?

The you have the State House passing the "slip-and-fall" revision to the Owens case:
"We have been operating under the current law for eight years and what we have found simply is that the cost of defending frivolous slip and fall lawsuits have risen dramatically when compared with the same businesses operating in other states," said Rep. Rep. Gary Aubuchon, a Cape Coral Republican who sponsored the bill, which passed 110-2.
Specifically as a result of the Owens decision? Has any such data been publicly released?

I'm not a PI lawyer but that just sounds like complete bullcrap.

Meanwhile, unbelievably, Viacom has acted like a total d$%k:
For years, Viacom continuously and secretly uploaded its content to YouTube, even while publicly complaining about its presence there. It hired no fewer than 18 different marketing agencies to upload its content to the site. It deliberately "roughed up" the videos to make them look stolen or leaked. It opened YouTube accounts using phony email addresses. It even sent employees to Kinko's to upload clips from computers that couldn't be traced to Viacom. And in an effort to promote its own shows, as a matter of company policy Viacom routinely left up clips from shows that had been uploaded to YouTube by ordinary users. Executives as high up as the president of Comedy Central and the head of MTV Networks felt "very strongly" that clips from shows like The Daily Show and The Colbert Report should remain on YouTube.
Man, when Comedy Central plays dirty things are really bad.

Before I go, don't forget to get 'em while you can, that feeling should last around two years, and it really is always about the Nazis.

Have a great weekend everyone!

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

Bullcrap is putting it way too mildly. How long have you been with your latina?

Anonymous said...

I am getting ready to head east and submerge myself in something warm, delicious and inviting.

The words have been decoded.

Signed,
Agent 86

BTW, say hi to your latina Agent 99, SFL

Anonymous said...

Too funny @ 3:29.

Anonymous said...

Ditto.

Anonymous said...

That shirt is a fake, right?

Anonymous said...

6:54, the rednecks of the america manufacture those shirts in their sheds.

Anonymous said...

For the Latina--

You know I live a life of danger for the FBI
Keeping tabs on our nation on the land, on the sea, in the sky
But every single night before I go to bed
I get down on my knees and thank God
I'm a secret agent man

Secret agent man, secret agent man
They've given me a number
But they've taken away my name

I got one hell of a job to perform for the U.S. of A.
Got the responsibility of our nation's top security
But every night and day I salute the flag and say
Thank you Jesus 'cause I'm
I'm a secret agent man

Secret agent man, secret agent man
They've given me a number
But they've taken away my name

You know they got me doin' this, doin' that
And a little bit of something else
Fighting cavities of evil and safeguarding America's health
But not an afternoon passes I don't get up off my ass
Thank you God 'cause I'm
I'm a secret agent man

Secret agent man, secret agent man
They've given me a number
But they've taken away my name

RIP PETER GRAVES said...

"SFL, your mission, should you decide or choose to accept it, say hello to your Latina Cinnamon Carter. As always, should you or any of your I. M. Force be caught or killed, the Secretary will disavow any knowledge of your actions. Good luck, SFL.

This tape will self-destruct in five seconds."

Anonymous said...

Ticket Attorney Scott Hidnert in trouble with the FCC

http://www.fcc.gov/eb/FieldNotices/2003/DOC-291892A1.html

Anonymous said...

Mr. Scientology made the M.I. franchises boring

NB Great Comments

Anonymous said...

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION ENFORCEMENT BUREAU SOUTH CENTRAL REGION Miami Office P.O. Box 520617 Miami, FL 33152 June 29, 2009 Scott Hidnert Miami, FL NOTICE OF UNAUTHORIZED OPERATION AND INTERFERENCE TO LICENSED RADIO STATIONS Case Number: EB-09-MA-0101 Document Number: W200932600058 On June 15, 2009, the Miami Office received a complaint from the Miami-Dade County Police Department ("MDPD") regarding interference to a frequency used by MDPD police officers. Agents from the Miami Office confirmed by direction finding techniques that radio signals on 867.0625 MHz were emanating from 720 NW 103rd St. Miami, FL. The agents from this office confirmed that these radio signals emanating from a cell phone jamming device were interfering with MDPD communications. During the inspection of the equipment, you admitted to owning and operating the cell phone jamming device. Upon completion of the inspection, you voluntarily relinquished the equipment to the MDPD officers. Persons operating or using radio transmitters must be licensed or authorized by the FCC, pursuant to Section 301 of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended. In addition, radio transmitting equipment must comply with FCC rules. Section 333 of the Act prohibits willful or malicious interference with any radio communications of any station licensed or authorized by or under the Act or operated by the United States Government. In addition, Section 302(b) of the Act, and Section 2.803(a) of the Commission's rules, prohibit the manufacture, importation, marketing, sale or operation of devices deliberately designed to jam or disrupt wireless communications. The Commission has issued two Public Notices specifically stating that the sale and use of transmitters designed to prevent, jam or interfere with the operation of cellular and personal communications service ("PCS") telephones is unlawful. Section 303(n) of the Act also authorizes agents of the Commission to inspect all radio installations to determine compliance with Commission rules. The operation of the device utilized by you constitutes a violation of Sections 333, 302(b), and 301 of the Act, as described above. Such operation may subject you to substantial monetary forfeitures, in rem arrest action against the offending radio equipment, and criminal sanctions including imprisonment. Because unauthorized operation creates a danger of interference to important radio communications services, and may subject the operator to severe penalties, this notice emphasizes the importance of complying strictly with these legal requirements. UNAUTHORIZED OPERATION OF THIS RADIO STATION MUST NOT RESUME. You may respond with any information you believe relevant to this warning within (10) days from the date of this warning. Your response should be sent to the address in the letterhead and reference the listed case number. Under the Privacy Act of 1974, we are informing you that the Commission's staff will use all relevant material information before it to determine what, if any

Anonymous said...

, enforcement action is required to ensure your compliance with FCC Rules. This will include any information that you disclose in your reply. You may contact this office if you have any questions. Michael Mattern Resident Agent Miami Office Attachments: Excerpts from the Communications Act of 1934, As Amended Enforcement Bureau, "Inspection Fact Sheet", March 2005 47 U.S.C. S: 301. The only exception to this licensing requirement is for certain transmitters using or operating at a power level that complies with the standards established in Part 15 of the Commission's rules. 47 C.F.R. S:S: 15.1 et seq. 47 C.F.R. Part 2, Subpart J. 47 U.S.C. S: 333. 47 U.S.C. S: 302a(b); 47 C.F.R. S: 2.803(a). See Office of Engineering and Technology and Compliance and Information Bureau Warn Against the Manufacture, Importation, Marketing or Operation of Transmitters Designed to Prevent or Otherwise Interfere with Cellular Radio Communications. DA 99-2150, released October 12, 1999; Sale or Use of Transmitters Designed to Prevent, Jam or Interfere with Cell Phone Communications is Prohibited in the United States. DA 05-1776, released June 27, 2005. 47 U.S.C. S: 303(n). 47 U.S.C. S:S: 301, 302a(b), 333. See 47 U.S.C. S:S: 401, 501, 503, 510. 5 U.S.C. S: 552a(e)(3).

Anonymous said...

@7:49, Johnny Rivers' version, better.

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Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

MISHIGAS!

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

@3:11--Mel Brooks would be proud.

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Anonymous said...

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Kissimee Kid said...

If Bruce Rogow were a good lawyer; Gore would be a retired president.