User information for Chris Odgaard

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Chris Odgaard
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TiVo
Apr 21, 2003, 11:49
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TiVo Apr 21, 2003, 11:49
Apr 21, 2003, 11:49
 
This Canadian wants a TiVo so badly it hurts.
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Re: HALES?
Apr 17, 2003, 12:16
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Re: HALES? Apr 17, 2003, 12:16
Apr 17, 2003, 12:16
 
Wow... I read that ebay description and at first just thought, "too bad this guy doesn't understand communication theory"... then he started talking about compressing MASS using his algorithm. Er...

At first I thought that the item description had been created by one of those automatated 'jargonator' programs. But you ought to check out the dude's website. We're talking world-class kook.

This web page is to link to my main web page at http://www.evidence-timeline.com to show profo of the illegal use of time for teh purposes of altering the human and animal genome, to show crimes against all men, to show proof of a coup d'etat in the USA, to show the reasons behind the realtime cenorship of my entire lifelihood, using lies of actions of law, military and justice as the excuse for it
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Re: scsi temp
Apr 16, 2003, 11:44
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Re: scsi temp Apr 16, 2003, 11:44
Apr 16, 2003, 11:44
 
Blue, a 15.000 SCSI drives runs 41c with active cooling (5 inch box around the drive with 2 fans blowing air over it)

without cooling I get 60 easly.... scary

Methinks that it Blue's case, the evil high-pitched scream of death coming from the SCSI drive was probably a failing bearing, which would create a lot of friction and heat. It would be interesting to see just how hot the drive could get (and still function).
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Re: Drive Utility
Apr 15, 2003, 16:07
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Re: Drive Utility Apr 15, 2003, 16:07
Apr 15, 2003, 16:07
 
Norton Ghost
PowerQuest Drive Image
PowerQuest Partition Magic

These would all do what you require.
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LOTD
Apr 14, 2003, 12:34
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LOTD Apr 14, 2003, 12:34
Apr 14, 2003, 12:34
 
WTH? With the apparent lack of material for todays link I'm wondering why the link I submitted isn't there?

I guess I'll submit it here:

Iraqi information minister gets too popular

http://www.cnn.com/2003/TECH/internet/04/12/offbeat.minister.site.ap/index.html
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Re: Here;s an idea... Stop using email
Apr 12, 2003, 11:59
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Re: Here;s an idea... Stop using email Apr 12, 2003, 11:59
Apr 12, 2003, 11:59
 
redink1, What are you on crack? nobody does that. That's what makes spam work, it is cheap. Making humans to do that would defeat the purpose.

Actually, some companies DO do this. There was an article on it some time back. (I think it was in Wired)
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Re: Jesus H. Christ, SNOW??!?!?!
Apr 8, 2003, 18:59
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Re: Jesus H. Christ, SNOW??!?!?! Apr 8, 2003, 18:59
Apr 8, 2003, 18:59
 
All I said was Canadian beer sucks

Geeze. That would be like going to the US and telling the border guard that Saddam really wasn't that bad a guy...

Do you ENJOY cavity searches or something?
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Re: Mouse
Apr 2, 2003, 12:47
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Re: Mouse Apr 2, 2003, 12:47
Apr 2, 2003, 12:47
 
I gotta say - I don't get cordless mice and keyboards. Both are never more than 3 feet away from the humming box sitting under my desk. I suppose there might be a few specialized uses for these things but I doubt their practicallity for most of us.

Don't get me wrong - I'm as big a gadget freak as they come but this one escapes me.

I'm right there with ya pal. The minimal convenience that I would get from a cordless mouse/keyboard is completely negated by the ever-present worry that sometime, during the mother-of-all-fragfests, my batteries would crap out rendering me helpless fragbait.
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Re: RE: NT4.0 too flawed to fix
Mar 28, 2003, 22:47
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Re: RE: NT4.0 too flawed to fix Mar 28, 2003, 22:47
Mar 28, 2003, 22:47
 
They're not making any money on NT4 now as it is...
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Re: RE: NT4.0 too flawed to fix
Mar 28, 2003, 18:40
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Re: RE: NT4.0 too flawed to fix Mar 28, 2003, 18:40
Mar 28, 2003, 18:40
 
how many years old is NT4 anyways? Doesn't successful IT have to be kept up to date to get the most benefits

As a backend OS, NT4 rocks. It's solid, stable and runs like a dream even on the old Pentium I systems. Consider it the Linux of the Windows world, except that you don't have to be a rocket scientist to figure out how to set it up.

They should make a law that if you aren't going to support your old software anymore, then you should make it open source so that people can fix it themselves. That's fair.
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RE: NT4.0 too flawed to fix
Mar 28, 2003, 11:54
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RE: NT4.0 too flawed to fix Mar 28, 2003, 11:54
Mar 28, 2003, 11:54
 
On a note related to the above? ;)

Don't you know it...

Those greedy bastards at Microsoft are beginning to regret the fact that they made NT4 so damn good, that many of thier corporate customers (read: cash cows) refuse to upgrade it. Especialy considering that an upgrade to WinXP most likely means a whole new batch of PC's to boot!(ahahah, get it?)
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Re: Anybody read this yet?
Mar 28, 2003, 01:52
Re: Anybody read this yet? Mar 28, 2003, 01:52
Mar 28, 2003, 01:52
 
Well, without going into a lot of tedious detail: A lot of the 'references' are simply credits to the source of the various photographs included with the article. Others refer to books about particular pieces of military hardware that the author mentions in his story. It's likely he simply consulted them to retrieve the little factoids that he's included in the piece to make it sound more legitimate. (Such as the specificatons of various pieces of military hardware)

Have a closer look at the references and see what they 'refer' to.
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Re: Anybody read this yet?
Mar 27, 2003, 22:02
Re: Anybody read this yet? Mar 27, 2003, 22:02
Mar 27, 2003, 22:02
 
I've read it, and it's bunk.

Sure there are lots of important-looking references, however the way in which these references have been used is highly questionable.

I'm sorry, Babar, but I have to go with KaRRiLLioN on this: "it still seems to me that it's more of a conspiracy theorist's wet dream rather than what really happened".
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Re: The real Last Word
Mar 27, 2003, 11:33
Re: The real Last Word Mar 27, 2003, 11:33
Mar 27, 2003, 11:33
 
I'd just like to point out that the use of 9/11 as a justification for a war against Iraq is sketchy at best. To my knowledge the US has never produced any evidence linking the events of 9/11 with the government of Iraq.

The Coalition's official reason for this war is the liberation of the Iraqi people, and the end of Saddam Hussein's regime. Nowhere in there does it say anything about revenge.
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Re: The UN is usless
Mar 23, 2003, 13:09
Re: The UN is usless Mar 23, 2003, 13:09
Mar 23, 2003, 13:09
 
First, a warning to people on the site: Some of the posted links contain VERY distrurbing images. You may want to skip the links.

Second, to the author (or poster, rather) I don't see any point to your post other to shock and horrify readers of this site. You've added nothing constructive to the discussion by doing this, nor does any of the posted material support a pro-American position.

YOU make ME sick by posting graphic depictions of human tragedy for your own sick gratification.
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Re: Interesting Read
Mar 23, 2003, 02:03
Re: Interesting Read Mar 23, 2003, 02:03
Mar 23, 2003, 02:03
 
Great idea! Lets attack North Korea and guarantee ourselves a nuclear showdown.

I don't want to drag this thread too far off topic, but since the Korea thing has been raised I was wondering if anyone else out there finds the whole situation extremely disturbing?

I mean, here we have a delusional psychopath who is CONVINCED that the US intends to lauch a pre-emptive nuclear strike against him (despite a complete lack of any evidence or precedent for such an action on the US's part.) Yet the US's solution to this problem is to move a carrier and a bunch of B1 and B52 aircraft to positions within striking distance, all the while claiming that they are there strictly for the purpose of training exercises.

Could the US possibly be any MORE provocative? It's almost as if they're trying to force Korea into making a move.

HELLO!?! We're talking about nuclear freakin' weapons.
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Re: Interesting Read
Mar 22, 2003, 13:15
Re: Interesting Read Mar 22, 2003, 13:15
Mar 22, 2003, 13:15
 
Hi folks, not much of a regular poster here, but here's a link to an interesting article that might clear up why US doesn't have the support it could get from the international community. It raises very valid points; hope you get to read it.

The link is: http://www.msnbc.com/news/885222.asp

I second Greenish's suggestion that people (on either side of this issue) read the article he linked to. It's a little taxing on those with video game induced attention-span deficits (myself included) but it does contain some excellent information.
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Re: roflmao
Mar 21, 2003, 10:34
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Re: roflmao Mar 21, 2003, 10:34
Mar 21, 2003, 10:34
 
Wouldn't it be better to place Prime with a logistics unit? That way he could turn into a truck and...
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RE: New Chinese chips pose threat to Int
Mar 21, 2003, 10:26
3.
RE: New Chinese chips pose threat to Int Mar 21, 2003, 10:26
Mar 21, 2003, 10:26
 
Hi, me again.

Did anyone else suspect that this story is BS?

Long March? That's the name of thier space rockets.

Also: a 128-bit chip that is pin-compatible with a P4? Is that even technically possible? Legally?
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RE: Cisco heads home with Linksys buy
Mar 21, 2003, 10:23
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RE: Cisco heads home with Linksys buy Mar 21, 2003, 10:23
Mar 21, 2003, 10:23
 
Hmm. I hope they don't go messing with Linksys too much. Linksys was one of the forerunner companies to bring high-speed networking into the home at a reasonable price. I love my blue-box.
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