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Apple Rejects App That Tracks Drone Strikes

“It seemed like a simple enough idea for an iPhone app: Send users a pop-up notice whenever a flying robots kills someone in one of America’s many undeclared wars. But Apple keeps blocking the Drones+ program from its App Store — and therefore, from iPhones everywhere. The Cupertino company says the content is “objectionable and crude,” according to Apple’s latest rejection letter." In other words, It shows Truth in an empire of lies.
http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2012/08/drone-app/



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Apple are a bunch of Big

Apple are a bunch of Big Government Communists, especially since M$ bought in to it for $300 Million in the early 2000's. Apple is M$'s controlled opposition; and they both suck -just like the ReBloodlicans and DemoCrypts.

Old School Song

From playing fields to killing fields: just one small step of madness.
Officer training, uniform, boys together shower together.
Rank and file can be just fine but that's not what we're here for.
So, sign upon the dotted line, be commissioned, Hell for leather.

How we sang that old school song, from Pirates of Penzance.
Foemen bearing steel, we slapped our chests and raised our voices.
No mad poets we, or painters twee but young men with a yearning
To flex our might for all that's right when face with moral choices.

Wrapped in the old school song, we fly our colours high.
Bravo! The old school song! Harsh reality, by and by.

Dad delivered us from the Hun and we reflect his selfless deed
On this desert plain of conflict where special forces, choppers need.
Fly-boy coming to collect you, lift you up and then protect you.
Be this gung or be this ho, may glorious battle resurrect you.

Wrapped in the old school song, we fly our colours high.
Bravo! The old school song! Harsh reality, by and by.

To my Liberal Trolls:
"Really Don't mind if you sit this one out. Your words but a whisper, your deafness a shout. I may make you feel, but I can't make you think."
Ian Anderson 1972