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Shoreline, WA, USA

Shoreline, WA, USA

Here Are Ten Things We Have Learned During The Covid Coup:

1. Our political system is hopelessly corrupt. Virtually all politicians are hopelessly corrupt. No political party can be trusted. They all can be, and have been, bought.

2. Democracy is a sham. It has been a sham for a very long time. There will never be any real democracy when money and power amount to the same thing.

3. The system will stop at nothing to hold on to its power and, if possible, increase its levels of control and exploitation. It has no scruples. No lie is too outrageous, no hypocrisy too nauseating, no human sacrifice too great.

4. So-called radical movements are usually nothing of the sort. From whatever direction they claim to attack the system, they are just pretending to do so, and serve to channel discontent in directions which are harmless to the power clique and even useful to its agendas.

5. Any “dissident” voice you have ever heard of through corporate media is probably a fake. The system does not hand out free publicity to its actual enemies.

6. Most people in our society are cowards. They will jettison all the fine values and principles which they have been loudly boasting about all their lives merely to avoid the slightest chance of public criticism, inconvenience or even minor financial loss.

7. The mainstream media is nothing but a propaganda machine for the system and those journalists who work for it have sold their sorry souls, placing their (often minimal) writing skills entirely at the disposition of Power.

8. Police are not servants of the public but servants of a powerful and extremely wealthy minority which seeks to control and exploit the public for its own narrow and greedy interests.

9. Scientists cannot be trusted. They will use the hypnotic power of their white coats and authoritative status for the benefit of whoever funds their work and lifestyle. He who pays the piper calls the tune.

10. Progress is a misleading illusion. The “progress” of increasing automisation and industrialisation does not go hand in hand with a progress in the quality of human life, but in fact will “progressively” reduce it to the point of complete extinction.
Shoreline, WA, USA

Shoreline, WA, USA

Shoreline, WA, USA
rottostein diaspora
Soros is pulling the strings in this... He wants Netanyahoo out of office. Those middle easter fucks love killing each other. The rest of the world should stay out.
@rottostein Well damn there is not much Soros and I agree on but that would be one thing.

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Only thing that surprises me about this was that the employee was female.
Shoreline, WA, USA

Shoreline, WA, USA
BR 549 ☎ friendica
I had to go back and play the one at -0:38 over and over again!

Shoreline, WA, USA

Shoreline, WA, USA
When someone sexually "transitions", they don't transition, they become an "it", sterile, incapable of reproduction, and this is WHY this movement exists, it is pushed by UN Agenda 21/2030.

Shoreline, WA, USA

Shoreline, WA, USA

Robert Dinse friendica

France

Dunno why but I seem more adept at offending French people than even Jews. I really try hard to be an equal opportunity offender.

Shoreline, WA, USA
BR 549 ☎ friendica
xD


Big Doge Crypto...

Shoreline, WA, USA

Eggable Shells

Free Trial: https://www.eskimo.com/services/free-trial/

Our standard, standard, and enterprise shells, as well as shells provided as part of a medium or large web hosting package are Eggable, which is to say that you can run Eggdrop or other non-abusive bots. By non-abusive we mean bots that are not intended to intentionally flood, takeover, or otherwise disrupt IRC channels, users, or servers.

These can be run on any of our Linux based shell servers (but not our old SunOS box, it is just too resource tight to support user daemons of any sort, it’s mainly there for nostalgia reasons).

We have a number of bots and IRC bouncers pre-installed on our shell servers and available for your use. For those who prefer to roll your own, we have a very complete suite of Linux development tools available online and available for your use.

Many shell providers come and go. Eskimo North has been around under original ownership since the formation of the CIX in Stockton in 1992 and prior to that we operated a Unix Timeshare service from 1985 so we have more than 36 years of experience providing shells (prior to 1992 they were shells on an isolated SunOS network). In 2012 we upgraded our host hardware from older UltraSparc servers to i7-6700K based systems. In August of 2015, we upgraded our router to provide lower latency and improved performance. We also added an i7-6850K server.

We are not the lowest price shell provider out there, but if you want one that has a solid backbone connection, solid servers, and staying power, as opposed to someone running an old PC on a cable modem that will be gone in a couple of months, we’re the provider for you.

If you would like a custom hostname under our domain with a dedicated IP address for that hostname on a particular shell server, we would be happy to accommodate this at no additional expense. If you would like your own domain name, then you will need either a business or personal medium or large web hosting package or a virtual domain plus standard or larger shell.

Some of the IRC bots we provide pre-installed include:

Eggdrop
An Advanced IRC Robot
Fedmsg-irc
Fedora Messaging Infrastructure System – IRC Bot
Gozerbot
IRC and Jabber bot written in Python
Ibid
Easily extensible Python IM bot for IRC, Jabber, SILC, campfire, etc.
Iroffer
IRC file distribution bot
Jirc
An IRC to Jabber bridge bot
Json Bot
A framework for building bots for IRC, XMPP, and the web.
Kgb Bot
A collaborative bot for IRC
Lambdabot
A development tool and advanced IRC bot
Nadoka
IRC logger, monitor, and proxy bot in ruby.
Piespy
IRC bot to visualize social networks
Plum
IRC proxy, stationing, login, and bot program.
Rbot
IRC bot written in ruby
Rss2irc
IRC bot that watches an rss/atom feed and relays it to a channel

Most shells give you ssh access, as do we, but we also give you a full remote desktop including sound. Included are a number of text and some very nice graphical IRC clients.

While you can still use bnc, sbnc, or znc bouncers as a way to obscure your IP address from potential abuse, an alternative is to connect to our shells using x2go and then run an IRC client on our shells.

We are not at present allowing IRC servers onto our shells. This may be possible in the future if our client base becomes sufficient to cover the cost of the bandwidth demands and necessary protective measures. We are the original founders of NewNet and have run IRC servers here in the past.
Shoreline, WA, USA

Shoreline, WA, USA

Shoreline, WA, USA

Remote Desktop - Linux Shell

Sign up for a free trial: https://www.eskimo.com/services/free-trial/

Shell is a command line interface to an operating system. Most shell providers offer a simple text only interface via ssh, telnet, or rlogin. With some of these providers it may be possible to execute X commands and redirect them to your display. While this allows you to use graphical commands, it is a tedious process.

While Eskimo North does provide traditional shell access, we go much further offering full remote desktop access with sound. This is like having a monitor, keyboard, mouse, and speakers plugged right into our servers and it is available from anywhere in the world. With a reasonably decent broadband connection, full motion video and high quality audio is possible.

Four popular remote desktop protocols are supported. All of these are tunnelled through ssh to provide encryption to protect your sensitive data and to prevent snooping on your activities or intercepting your login authentication credentials.

Guacamole Web Based Access
On our website under Web Apps, Desktop or Terminal Access, or by going directly to https://www.eskimo.com/guacamole/, login with “public” for the login and password. Then choose the server and whether you want a terminal or desktop and then login with your login and password. This allows you to access a terminal session or full remote desktop session from any HTML5 compliant web browser.

X2Go
X2Go is by far the preferable protocol to use. There are two clients that work with X2Go, the X2Go client, and PyHoca, a python client. The X2Go client is easy to configure with a simple graphical configuration interface. It tunnels all data through an SSH connection by default so there is little chance of accidentally establishing an unencrypted session and exposing critical data. It is the only remote desktop that supports sound well. It does an excellent job of eliminating X round-trip delays and it also compresses data very efficiently. It is the only remote desktop protocol that is sufficiently robust and efficient to make full motion video and audio work reasonably well over a cable modem connection. X2Go is available for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS/X based computers. For linux computers, it is usually included with your distribution. Try yum install x2go-client or apt-get install x2go-client.

VNC
VNC is an old X-forwarding protocol. The VNC servers we have here are configured to tunnel through ssh in order to provide a secure encrypted session. Consequently, you will either need a client that provides ssh tunnelling such as Chicken VNC (not to be confused with Chicken of the VNC which does not provide this functionality) or you will need to setup an ssh tunnel manually. VNC does not do such a good job of eliminating X round-trip delays nor does it compress as effeciently as X2Go or NX. However, VNC is available for more platforms and if you have an older computer this may be the best option.

RDP
RDP or Remote Desktop Protocol is the protocol used by Windows for remote desktop access. If you have a Windows machine, you most likely already have RDP built in so it is a quick way to get a remote desktop up and running. The performance of RDP is really not adequate for full motion video and it also lacks audio and remote printing.
Shoreline, WA, USA

Shoreline, WA, USA
Ted diaspora
Bankers, no doubt

Shoreline, WA, USA

Shoreline, WA, USA
herve_02 diaspora
ok, "you" inject things into babies and WE have to prove that's a problem. Shouldn't be 'YOU' proving there is no problem ?

"None of the Constitutional Amendments are Absolute" - Joe Biden

Shoreline, WA, USA

Shoreline, WA, USA

Shoreline, WA, USA

Shoreline, WA, USA
Vee McMillen diaspora
They are very good at it.

Shoreline, WA, USA

Shoreline, WA, USA

Robert Dinse friendica
Writing, "Research Agenda 2030", on rocks, and throwing them through windows; honestly hadn't occurred to me.

Shoreline, WA, USA

Shoreline, WA, USA
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Zox - Goodnight

"You have to leave the ground to learn to fly..." I like this song.
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YouTube: Zox - Goodnight (SideOneDummy)

Shoreline, WA, USA

Shoreline, WA, USA

Shoreline, WA, USA

Shoreline, WA, USA
BR 549 ☎ friendica
right, it should have been three.

Shoreline, WA, USA

Shoreline, WA, USA
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