Tuesday, 27 January 2015

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amanfromMars 1 Tue 27 Jan 09:34 …… having a phish and trailing some chum on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2015/01/26/idf_unit_820_gchq_tech_incubator_analysis/
AI and AAA Troubling Leading Question ..... ?:-)
You might be able to take the person out of GCHQ but could you take GCHQ out of the person?
Personally I wouldn't touch an ex-GCHQ startup with a bargepole. …. nematode
The same should not be true of GCHQ, nematode, if they are to have chance/hope at all of providing intelligence lead and leads in order to remotely anonymously command and virtually autonomously control both
the creative and destructive cyberspace and timely informed domains, for IT is that which supplies the realities perceived of existence and lives lived in an animal kingdom.
GCHQ should be courting and showering those with everything that their beaux tell
and assure them and ensure is certainly needed and highly desirable.
However, such is something of an enigmatic Catch 22 dilemma for one party, and titanic zeroday vulnerability exploit opportunity for the other party, for the failure of one to make an enduring satisfying and exciting approach to the other reveals intelligence and common mutually beneficial positively reinforcing intent is missing, and that fact can be used to devastating effect.
Indeed, in deed it may also be the positions of the one and the other can be reversed to suggest that an enigmatic Catch 22 dilemma may also presume to sour and divert the course of an attractive intelligence asset ……. although such would certainly be just the forlorn hope of that which be exposed and revealed as being catastrophically intellectually challenged and realistically effectively defenceless to considerably smart attack vectors/state services/non-state agents/renegade pirate rogues/right royal knights.
And a good fit for a Nigel? …….. http://kimerasystems.com/corp2/
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amanfromMars 1 Tue 27 Jan 11:38 [1501271138] …saying more in perverse praise of the obvious result of cronyism on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2015/01/26/idf_unit_820_gchq_tech_incubator_analysis/
Re: Inbred?
Inbred? The other problem is the security requirements for GCHQ. You can't have lived abroad for more than six months in the last ten years, you can't have anything other than pure bred British relatives etc. etc. Then you have the civil service mentality on top of that - I guess that they are remakably 'inbred'. Also the Israelis work all the time that they have, another quality the civil service lacks. …. ZSn
Such leads to incestuous perversions and Frankenstein like abominations, ZSn, which lead no one anywhere sensible and sensitive and believable. And that is practically useless in this day and age.
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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

hi all,

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are they twins?

Serge C said...

Vivaldi adds to the volume (-: