Tuesday, October 31, 2017

CLP - Vanity Card #566 - Chuck Lorre Productions

CLP - Vanity Card #566 - Chuck Lorre Productions

Oct 23, 2017 - CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #566. I just turned sixty-five. It is, by any measure, an advanced age. It is not the new fifty-five, or the new ...


I just turned sixty-five. It is, by any measure, an advanced age. It is not the new fifty-five, or the new sixty. It is just old. And it has forced me to do some serious soulsearching, to ask myself a tough and vaguely frightening question: How will I know when it's time to quit? What signal, mental or physical, should I look for that tells me it's time to stop writing sitcoms? After much careful thought, the answer came to me. The day I sit on the toilet and my balls hit the water, I'm done.
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I started to think about this like an engineer or builder would which might be funny in itself to you.

How big is your toilet seat? Some are very small which would put you higher if you are a certain sized rear end.

another factor is how big is your toilet and what is the distance from the top of the toilet seat that you sit on to the water? The longer the distance to the water the less likely you will feel the cold late at night.

So, in the end you could be: depending upon all these factors, be experiencing this at almost any age depending upon the size of the toilet seat and the height of the toilet and the distance between the toilet seat and the water. 

So, you could experience this at age 20 on some toilets or at age 90 or never on other toilets. It all depends upon various things including your genetics.

You might think this is funny or not but it's actually the truth from an engineering standpoint.

So, if you sometimes scream for no reason in the middle of the night maybe you should start with a 4 to 5 inch tall toilet seat to begin with in your bathroom?

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What is a Bot? and how did it steal the election from Clinton?

If you have enough money to do this you can get a bot that takes the place of people. So, you can pretend real people visited an article (which usually is fake). This is one of the ways Russians used fake articles and pretending millions of people visited them. They started by Bots visiting these articles from one or more computers to give the effect that actual people visited these fake articles. Once they did this they could incite violence through riots etc. through these fake articles because people saw the number of (supposed people) who had visited these articles but were really Bots masqueraded as people and mostly not real people. (At least in the beginning of the fake Viral Articles and videos that caused violence, riots and bad votes in the election. The Russians and other countries do this all over the world to create chaos or any outcome they want to create. 

If you know this is happening then there is more chance that you can do something about it to protect yourselves and others from harm. There is also more chance you can protect your own governments from malicious harm too.

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Internet bot - Wikipedia

An Internet bot, also known as web robot, WWW robot or simply bot, is a software application that runs automated tasks (scripts) over the Internet. Typically, bots perform tasks that are both simple and structurally repetitive, at a much higher rate than would be possible for a human alone.
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What is a bot? - CNET

May 5, 2016 - You've probably heard about bots a lot lately, how they are here to make our lives easier and replace apps. Bots made a splash at Facebook's ...

Internet bot

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An Internet bot, also known as web robot, WWW robot or simply bot, is a software application that runs automated tasks (scripts) over the Internet.[1] Typically, bots perform tasks that are both simple and structurally repetitive, at a much higher rate than would be possible for a human alone. The largest use of bots is in web spidering (web crawler), in which an automated script fetches, analyzes and files information from web servers at many times the speed of a human. More than half of all web traffic is made up of bots.[2]
Efforts by servers hosting websites to counteract bots vary. Servers may choose to outline rules on the behaviour of internet bots by implementing a robots.txt file: this file is simply text stating the rules governing a bot's behaviour on that server. Any bot interacting with (or 'spidering') any server that does not follow these rules should, in theory, be denied access to, or removed from, the affected website. If the only rule implementation by a server is a posted text file with no associated program/software/app, then adhering to those rules is entirely voluntary – in reality there is no way to enforce those rules, or even to ensure that a bot's creator or implementer acknowledges, or even reads, the robots.txt file contents. Some bots are "good" – e.g. search engine spiders – while others can be used to launch malicious and harsh attacks. For example, in political campaigns.[2]


IM and IRC

Some bots communicate with other users of Internet-based services, via instant messaging (IM), Internet Relay Chat (IRC), or another web interface such as Facebook Bots and Twitterbots. These chatterbots may allow people to ask questions in plain English and then formulate a proper response. These bots can often handle many tasks, including reporting weather, zip-code information, sports scores, converting currency or other units, etc.[citation needed] Others are used for entertainment, such as SmarterChild on AOL Instant Messenger and MSN Messenger.
An additional role of IRC bots may be to lurk in the background of a conversation channel, commenting on certain phrases uttered by the participants (based on pattern matching). This is sometimes used as a help service for new users, or for censorship of profanity.

Commercial purposes

There has been a great deal of controversy about the use of bots in an automated trading function. Auction website eBay has been to court in an attempt to suppress a third-party company from using bots to traverse their site looking for bargains; this approach backfired on eBay and attracted the attention of further bots. The United Kingdom-based bet exchange Betfair saw such a large amount of traffic coming from bots they launched a WebService API aimed at bot programmers through which Betfair can actively manage bot interactions.
Bot farms are known to be used in online app stores, like the Apple App Store and Google Play, to manipulate positions[3] or to increase positive ratings/reviews.[4]

Malicious purposes

Another, more malicious use of bots is the coordination and operation of an automated attack on networked computers, such as a denial-of-service attack by a botnet. Internet bots can also be used to commit click fraud and more recently have seen usage around MMORPG games as computer game bots.[citation needed] A spambot is an internet bot that attempts to spam large amounts of content on the Internet, usually adding advertising links. More than 94.2% of websites have experienced a bot attack.[2]
  • There are malicious bots (and botnets) of the following types:
  1. Spambots that harvest email addresses from contact or guestbook pages
  2. Downloader programs that suck bandwidth by downloading entire websites
  3. Website scrapers that grab the content of websites and re-use it without permission on automatically generated doorway pages
  4. Viruses and worms
  5. DDoS attacks
  6. Botnets, zombie computers, etc.
  • Bots are also used to buy up good seats for concerts, particularly by ticket brokers who resell the tickets.[5] Bots are employed against entertainment event-ticketing sites. The bots are used by ticket brokers to unfairly obtain the best seats for themselves while depriving the general public of also having a chance to obtain the good seats. The bot runs through the purchase process and obtains better seats by pulling as many seats back as it can.
  • Bots are often used in Massively Multiplayer Online Roleplaying Games to farm for resources that would otherwise take significant time or effort to obtain; this is a concern for most online in-game economies.[citation needed]
  • Bots are also used to increase views for YouTube videos.
  • Bots are used to increase traffic counts on analytics reporting to extract money from advertisers. A study by comScore found that 54 percent of display ads shown in thousands of campaigns between May 2012 and February 2013 never appeared in front of a human being.[6]
  • in 2012, reporter Percy von Lipinski reported that he discovered millions of bot or botted or pinged views at CNN iReport. CNN iReport quietly removed millions of views from the account of so-called superstar iReporter Chris Morrow.[7] It is not known if the ad revenue received by CNN from the fake views was ever returned to the advertisers.
  • Bots may be used on internet forums to automatically post inflammatory or nonsensical posts to disrupt the forum and anger users.
The most widely used anti-bot technique is the use of CAPTCHA, which is a form of Turing test used to distinguish between a human user and a less-sophisticated AI-powered bot, by the use of graphically-encoded human-readable text. Examples of providers include Recaptcha, and commercial companies such as Minteye, Solve Media, and NuCaptcha. Captchas, however, are not foolproof in preventing bots as they can often be circumvented by computer character recognition, security holes, and even by outsourcing captcha solving to cheap laborers.

See also


  • Dunham, Ken; Melnick, Jim (2008). Malicious Bots: An Inside Look into the Cyber-Criminal Underground of the Internet. CRC Press. ISBN 9781420069068.
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  • Zeifman, Igal. "Bot Traffic Report 2016". Incapsula. Retrieved 1 February 2017.

  • "Touch Arcade Forum Discussion on fraud in the Top 25 Free Ranking".

  • "App Store fake reviews: Here’s how they encourage your favourite developers to cheat". Electricpig.

  • Safruti, Ido. "Why Detecting Bot Attacks Is Becoming More Difficult". DARKReading.

  • Holiday, Ryan. "Fake Traffic Means Real Paydays". BetaBeat.

  • Tech companies reveal sweeping scale of Russian influence at Senate hearing


    Compassion is necessary for your long term survival

    If you are not compassionate to yourselves you cannot have integrity with yourselves. If you cannot have both compassion and integrity with yourselves you will tend to self destruct either directly or indirectly.

    If you are not compassionate to others they will tend to harm or injure you in various ways or even kill you. So, here again your compassion of others may very well save your life one day or save you from a maiming injury.

    However, it is also compassionate to remove yourselves from others who are violent and harmful whenever you can and survive it. In this you are being compassionate to yourselves by saving your own life and being compassionate to those harming you so they won't have even more karma against them from the harm they cause to you.

    Because most people reading this have very good karma and to harm any of them including myself might be 100 to 1000 times worse than harming the average person karma wise.

    The more good someone is able to do in any lifetime the more bad karma comes from harming that person or killing that  person.

    So, once again, Compassion is necessary to learn even to make it to 20 or 30 years of age anywhere on earth.

    However, we are NOT talking about idiot compassion that often gets people killed.

    You must be intelligent about your compassionate acts towards yourselves and others.

    It must be wise right mindful compassion that is as efficient as you can make it to be beneficial to yourselves and all mankind and the whole universe in the past, present and future.

    However, we all have to start somewhere.

    By God's Grace

    This is what KIm Jong Un plans to do over pacific Ocean too!

    This is what Kim Jong Un plans to do over the pacific ocean. By the way the little dots on the ocean are retired U.S. destroyers and battleships. This is a huge thing!

    NOTE: if you look carefully one or more ships are vertical up the side of this blast.



    177 Rare Historical Photos

    Testing of a hydrogen bomb

    The nuclear testing at Bikini Atoll program was a series of 23 nuclear devices detonated by the United States between 1946 to 1958. i.imgur.com_BeLl1e8

    If Trump's Goose is cooked? What Next?

    I think the only useful comparison would be Nixon and how all that turned out. HOwever, Nixon was only guilty of the Watergate Break in and was then pardoned by President Ford, (his vice president) who became president when Nixon had to resign.

    IF Trump's Goose is cooked likely Pence would also pardon Trump (if he isn't also embroiled somehow in this conspiracy against the U.S. government like Trump likely will be too).

    So, I think people both Republican and Democrat need to think about what comes next after Trump?

    Because our nation still has to go on just like we did when Nixon resigned then.

    Tuesday "Halloween" October 31st 2017: "Trick or Treat?" most read articles at this site in last 24 hours

    My thought this Halloween is Mueller is saying "Trick or Treat" to Trump which is ominous in itself in a variety of ways internationally. Because China, Russia and the U.S. are like Elephants in a barn and when the elephants go wild like now, mice (smaller countries) sometimes end or change because they get stepped on in these bigger fights.