Saturday, May 30, 2009

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"Dish Network":

I keep seeing the same commercial for many months about Dish Network. Sometimes Dish Network has a few different commercials. They claim to have more affordable programming.

Do they?

It depends on what types of programming that you like to watch. DirecTV, Dish Network's competitor, offers different channels for different prices.

Dish Network has offered programming for less than $10.00 USD !!
To clarify this, they only offer this lowered amount of payment for a few months.

And let's look at all the mail that people get from these services. They also provide ads in the newspapers and the magazines. Do that and you can easily compare the programming offered.

Dish Network has "America's Top 100", and "America's Top 200", etc. I think this is Dish Network's opinions, not America's. FOX News Channel is offered on "America's Top 200", the second level of programming, not the first level like DirecTV advertises. If you count that the majority of America voted for Barack Obama, then FOX News Channel would literally fall into "America's Top 200".

Fox News is a news coverage that "asks questions". They ask all kinds of questions to anybody, even if the questions are unpopular to ask. I myself have watched news coverage in 2008 and know that many news sources such as CBS and NBC are very repetitive and quickly and conveniently gloss over any of Barack Obama's controversies. CBS News's Katie Couric interviewed "Joe The Plumber" a person who has the modified nickname of "Average Joe", and Joe The Plumber has had plans to begin his own business. To be fair, He was only an employee and did not have a license to do this. He could have gotten one. The point of him wanting to start a business is to express that an Obama administration would make things difficult for businesses. Joe The Plumber could not finish because Katie Couric said they were out of time and then said that they would still have a Live Broadcast on the web. It is interesting that he got to say what he thinks of a McCain administration and right when he mentions Obama's name, he is interrupted by Katie Couric.

Also Fox News has very limited programming for its stations in favor of a 24 hour network that must have a cable or satellite subscription service. SOME of the FOX stations have extensive local news coverage as a substitute. Unfortunately, FOX News has had lower ratings when compared with other stations that provide more national news on their stations, because

FOX News still has limited availability.

And Dish Network has FOX News Channel, the best place to find FOX News, on America's Top 200. This makes FOX News Channel have less availability than the other Cable/Satellite news stations!! MSNBC has NBC, which means that NBC News is widely available at all times and in all areas. CNN has several networks, none of which is available over the air. It does have a Live Stream online. CNN is offered on America's Top 100. This means that FOX News has limited availability even compared to CNN!!

With Dish Network, people thinking that they are paying more, are actually getting less, not the SAME service as DirecTV. And if they want to see FOX News more, then they will have to PAY MORE.

I wonder what other channels on Dish Network can be found for less each month with DirecTV.

Not Done Yet:

PENDING.

Not Done Yet.

Pending...

Monday, May 18, 2009

ACLU:

Because Freedom Can't Protect Itself.

and neither can the ACLU!!

I have a ban FOR EVER on campus housing. I cannot apply for work there, or apply to reside there. I do not want to do that, nor do I want to attend college anymore. I still do not want to have these false accusations on my permanent academic record. I also have "temporary" bans on the rest of the campus and for enrollment.

I still think that part of what happened to me were a political reasons, one agenda was to make sure I was homeless. If I wanted to appeal, and this is of course being forced off campus, then I have to have a working telephone number. I did not. Another reason that I am banned is because I was set up. That "masked" person must have framed me, and I of course do not have any proof. They do not have proof either, but the administrators do have the power of tyranny. They can decide what punishments to use on whoever they want to, for whatever they did or did not do. This is wrong, and a much better and actual discipline policy should be started. Doesn't this sound like something that would interest the ACLU? Don't they have priority to represent cases that can also help others as a result?

I guess not.

I never was interested in the ACLU to send my complaint, because they do not have email. They also do not have a telephone number, and instead, a menu, and eventually an automated message saying... to leave a message.

Because they have limited staff and are unable to answer calls.

So they might as well not even have the phone number.

Ruling that out, all that is left is regular mail. The type that has rising postage costs and the possibility of a shortened delivery week. The risks of the mail getting lost. The SLOWEST way to deliver things, unless you want to deliver things to them in person and travel on foot for example.

16 months later, I immediately sent my complaint to the ACLU. I mailed it to them a few months ago. One reason I loathed mailing is because at the time I did not have a printer, up to date software, etc. I do now, but since I did not then, I neatly wrote them what happened. A lot happened, so it took a few pages. I also thought since they think email is unsecure, that my handwriting a letter would make them think that the message is more secure and more genuine. It does not matter because I could care less what they think. I think that their shunning of email addresses and online forms is just terrible. I picked OCR because of their online form, and because it makes sense to notify OCR, because it is with the U.S. Department of EDUCATION, which manages EDUCATIONal facilities. If you can see the word EDUCATION in both of those phrases, then you can easily see that it makes sense to notify OCR. OCR has VERY limited categories of discrimination. ACLU does not. It has MUCH more categories, which includes Due Process, and Student Rights And Academic Freedom.

Well!!

The Student Rights And Academic Freedom category is very obvious. Surely ACLU can help... I will click on "Get Help".

There is a form to PRINT, not send. I asked a friend to print it for me, and I included a copy of the terrible letter the university gave to me, and my detailed hand written attachment.

I sent it in the regular mail because I could not send it online, with email, or by calling their phone.

I mailed it and still have not received a response. I called their automated number and still nothing.

And I didn't get any help.

I also called another Human Rights organization. They called back and they just said "get a lawyer" "start looking down the yellow pages".

These organizations must be just as corrupt as the facilities that are cruel to people.

So to review this very bad organization, it is unfortunate that nobody wants to help me. It is unfortunate that it is so easy to discriminate against somebody and so difficult for the victims to defend themselves. It is also ridiculous to have filing limitations and even worse to not have online forms and email. And even a limited telephone line!! If you want ACLU to help, perhaps you should consider what happened to me and that the ACLU did not even answer my complaint.

Because Freedom Can't Protect Itself.

and neither can the ACLU!!

I have a ban FOR EVER on campus housing. I cannot apply for work there, or apply to reside there. I do not want to do that, nor do I want to attend college anymore. I still do not want to have these false accusations on my permanent academic record. I also have "temporary" bans on the rest of the campus and for enrollment.

I still think that part of what happened to me were a political reasons, one agenda was to make sure I was homeless. If I wanted to appeal, and this is of course being forced off campus, then I have to have a working telephone number. I did not. Another reason that I am banned is because I was set up. That "masked" person must have framed me, and I of course do not have any proof. They do not have proof either, but the administrators do have the power of tyranny. They can decide what punishments to use on whoever they want to, for whatever they did or did not do. This is wrong, and a much better and actual discipline policy should be started. Doesn't this sound like something that would interest the ACLU? Don't they have priority to represent cases that can also help others as a result?

I guess not.

I never was interested in the ACLU to send my complaint, because they do not have email. They also do not have a telephone number, and instead, a menu, and eventually an automated message saying... to leave a message.

Because they have limited staff and are unable to answer calls.

So they might as well not even have the phone number.

Ruling that out, all that is left is regular mail. The type that has rising postage costs and the possibility of a shortened delivery week. The risks of the mail getting lost. The SLOWEST way to deliver things, unless you want to deliver things to them in person and travel on foot for example.

16 months later, I immediately sent my complaint to the ACLU. I mailed it to them a few months ago. One reason I loathed mailing is because at the time I did not have a printer, up to date software, etc. I do now, but since I did not then, I neatly wrote them what happened. A lot happened, so it took a few pages. I also thought since they think email is unsecure, that my handwriting a letter would make them think that the message is more secure and more genuine. It does not matter because I could care less what they think. I think that their shunning of email addresses and online forms is just terrible. I picked OCR because of their online form, and because it makes sense to notify OCR, because it is with the U.S. Department of EDUCATION, which manages EDUCATIONal facilities. If you can see the word EDUCATION in both of those phrases, then you can easily see that it makes sense to notify OCR. OCR has VERY limited categories of discrimination. ACLU does not. It has MUCH more categories, which includes Due Process, and Student Rights And Academic Freedom.

Well!!

The Student Rights And Academic Freedom category is very obvious. Surely ACLU can help... I will click on "Get Help".

There is a form to PRINT, not send. I asked a friend to print it for me, and I included a copy of the terrible letter the university gave to me, and my detailed hand written attachment.

I sent it in the regular mail because I could not send it online, with email, or by calling their phone.

I mailed it and still have not received a response. I called their automated number and still nothing.

And I didn't get any help.

I also called another Human Rights organization. They called back and they just said "get a lawyer" "start looking down the yellow pages".

These organizations must be just as corrupt as the facilities that are cruel to people.

So to review this very bad organization, it is unfortunate that nobody wants to help me. It is unfortunate that it is so easy to discriminate against somebody and so difficult for the victims to defend themselves. It is also ridiculous to have filing limitations and even worse to not have online forms and email. And even a limited telephone line!! If you want ACLU to help, perhaps you should consider what happened to me and that the ACLU did not even answer my complaint.

OCR:

I am writing a review about the OCR.

OCR stands for Office for Civil Rights.

And mine were violated when right before I was supposed to attend college. It happened all summer and even before that. I have false accusations on my permanent academic record and a permanent ban on campus housing. I have temporary bans on enrollment and "trespassing" on campus.

And because of that, I have decided to NEVER enroll anyplace and the place that banned me is the last place I will enroll, despite their "temporary" ban on enrollment. I do not want to enroll there EVER because of what the administrators did to me, and I don't want to enroll anyplace else because OCR is with the U.S. Department Of Education because of what OCR did to me.

What all did OCR do?

They have an online form to send, so I sent it. It was almost "too late" also. But I sent it because I refuse to believe that when people are cruel to others in any way, the victims must be forced to accept it. Having a limit to file complaints is ridiculous. They also have limited categories.

This means that OCR is responsible for enforcing certain laws for educational facilities that receive specific government funding.

And if, in other words, a facility did not violate a contract, then there is nothing that can be done by OCR.

They did open two complaints, quickly closed one because of claiming they did not have authority to investigate, and 16 months of stalling before closing the other investigation. I am sure that the educational facility that I "alleged" what happened to me did quite a bit of the stalling. I am very shocked that after a few more months of stalling, OCR concluded that even when they had 4 attorneys and several teams of investigators look over the file, which they said was enormous (which I believe), when the Facility's responses and actual basis for banning me are all full of holes,

there weren't any contracts violated. OCR only seems to care about government funding contracts, and not Human Rights And Civil Liberties. And when you look at that way, nothing was done wrong in that area because Facility does not have a specific discipline policy and what punishments to place, which I have called the power of tyranny.

If OCR does not have authority, then who does?! I bet whoever has authority, also has filing limits.

I am disappointed with OCR.

I am also disappointed with the entire department of education, because they must approve of people's rights being violated if all they have is the limited OCR.

Schools that are cruel to ANYBODY should be closed, because schools should not have to be cruel and violate people's rights. They should do more than watch those that are too young to watch themselves and keep watching them until they are old enough to work. They should not make students believe that not attending college is an unpopular choice. They should teach students everything, make sure the students do not cheat, make sure the students understand and learn, and to make students behave so none of the other students are bothered and distracted, and they should teach other morals and ethics.

I guess nobody cares about morals, ethics, and education...especially The U.S. Department Of Education since they do not seem to care about what happened to me, and I bet others also. If they did, they would have a complaint and investigation system better than OCR..

...which is not literally about Civil Rights and the violations of rights,
It is about whether or not contracts have been violated that involve government funding.

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Thursday, January 22, 2009

"Rigid Air Ships":

If you know about hot-air balloons, you probably heard of Rigid Air Ships ("Blimps") which were very common in the 19th century. And then The Hindenburg was filled with Hydrogen, which it wasn't supposed to, and it crashed and exploded.

And now The Rigid Air Ship has disappeared in favor of planes. One reason is because they are Jet Planes which isn't something that was ever developed in Blimps.

And nobody will, because everybody will think of The Hindenburg when they think of a Blimp.

Nobody wants to develop it any further even though The Tinanic, which was a giant water ship, that crashed. And people still sail on the water. But not Blimps.

And how much safer is a plane? Haven't you read about the numerous plane crashes?! They happen all the time, and people think that planes are safer than blimps.

And this is something to protest about. Every time a plane crashes, I will post the article and of course complain about it, and eventually I will count all of the articles and prove that planes aren't as safe as people think they are.

Think about it!!

Blimps FLOAT. They are "lighter than air". And Planes use A LOT of energy just to stay in the air.

Have anything to say about this???? Then let me know...
Posted by In-Correct at 10:52 PM

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

"Is Myspace Really Necessary??, Part Two.":

"The link you are trying to visit has been disabled.

You have reached a link that is no longer in service. That means the link was very naughty, and, much like head lice, had to be eliminated before it spread.

You may be asking yourself, 'Hey, what was it about that link that got it in trouble?' An excellent question! Usually, it's one of the following reasons:

- The link was spam! No one likes spammers, and we don't like their links.

- You almost got phished! There are people out there who want to steal your MySpace password. They want to log in as you and send spam, harass your friends, change your profile, and generally run amok. Phishing pages are usually designed to look like MySpace to trick you. Other sites may also ask for your MySpace login information to customize your profile, insert videos or slide shows, track visitors, or any number of other things.Don't make it easy for them. ONLY USE YOUR MYSPACE LOGIN INFO ON WWW.MYSPACE.COM!!

- Viruses are not fun! Neither is adware, spyware, or malware. We cut the links to places that are known sources of infection.

If you really did want to check out some spam, viruses, or phishing pages, we're really sorry to have interrupted. We're sure you can find it elsewhere. There's plenty on the Internet "

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And now for the complaining!! =]

So, what is with it...did you not even finish your sentences, you evil myspace website?! The only thing that I added to the statement above the tildes was quotation Marks. Whoever wrote that did in fact forget to put a period, suggesting that they didn't finish their own error message!!

And yet again, Myspace has error messages. This time they promoted themselves from the popular yet infamous "Sorry! An unexpected error has occured. This error ..." etc. to this extremely annoying new one. It has been around for a while, at least since 2008.

What is wrong with this statement???????? Very simple...The link that I clicked on WAS NOT TO SPAM!! If anybody wants to customize their pages (and trust me, they certainly do) and they want to, for example, replace the contact table with their own links, these links will eventually be disabled and labeled as spam and categorized with head lice.

So whatever link you post on your page, you hopelessly addicted myspace users, it will eventually lead to that error message that I pasted...proving that you've wasted your time on Myspace...Why would you add content that would eventually be disabled anyways?!

The link very much couldn't have been naughty, spam, viruses etc. It could have just been an ordinary link. How much do I care about myspace's problems?? Not much, only enough to point them out. It just gives me one more reason of many to not get on Myspace.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

"Ban Crime":

Not Finished Yet...

"Education ... In SCHOOL?!":

You either believe or are encouraged to believe that whenever you go to school, you are to get an education. You must learn things, both useful and knowledgeable, and also how to interact with others and remembering morals and ethics.

And if you ever think about this, is this even possible in a school??

And has it ever been??

If somebody says that schools are worse than before, they are "in-correct", because many older adults, including teachers, say that they did not take as many classes as students do now. Their math skills are vague as a result. However, if they DID have more math classes when they were in school, it would have probably been faded by now.

And lets go back more generations. Many students graduated elementary school, and when they became very young teenagers they worked and could not finish school.

And generations before that, school was privately taught and also held in schoolhouses, where there are small schools with about 26 students spanning 14 years...all in the same class together...or at least that is according to Laura Ingalls Wilder, biographer of "Little House On The Prairie".

I am also going to point out that I was not required to read this book (and I never have; I've only seen the television version) but I wish that it was one that I could have read. Of course not only does the author generally have to be dead (and have been dead for many years) at least one of the main characters has to end up dying unfortunately. And who wants to read about that?! I also believe that there is more to literature and writing and composition than William Shakespeare. That is stereotyping literature just like Classical Music has been stereotyped. My advice is never listen to Mozakovskthoven. Mozakovskthoven is a word I made up that combines Mozart, Tchaikovsky (possibly in-correct spelling that I could care less about), and Beethoven. Those three are like the Big 3 of classical music composers that are played most often leading most of the world to believe that this is all of the classical music, and all classical music sounds like that...when there are many more types of classical music and composers to give credit to. There are other authors also. What about the authors of Hilary & Jackie? Oh, wait. That is a biography. And I guess that would also make Little House On The Prairie disqualified as a literature topic. Charlotte's Web?? This book, involving mostly animals, and Not anthropomorphic animals, has been labeled as a kid's book. Oh, and let's not forget the often included illustrations. And another thing about Hilary & Jackie, it is about a musician, which is something that most schools seem to be shielding from students. They think "band" "class" is a full orchestra. Enough with talking about band. I will gripe about that in another post. The "Famous Classic Tales" Collection would be a nice choice of literature to use. Oh dear, it looks like they have all been adapted into animation.

And so now we have school classes everywhere, up to 12th grade!! But how much difference has there been since going to high school was less common?? I think not much has, because the quality of education has decreased at the end of 6th grade anyways. Everything before that is very important sounding and should be expanded on in grades 7 and up.

And what about the dangers of school!! In the history of United States schools, there has been many deaths occuring in schools. There have been students killing one another. This includes hand held lethal weapons and also explosives. Whatever would cause students to do this?! One "reason" is "self defense", which would be disasterous if students are able to carry-on their weapons, or whatever that proposal is. (and that might have passed some places, but I don't know exactly where or even if it has...it just gives me one more reason of many to avoid schools at all times!! I would rather not get shot at or even almost get shot at!!) And another "cause" for "self defense" is homophobic homophobes suffering from severe homophobia killing their fellow classmates "in self defense" "because they are a gay". or because they are "gay", (meaning that the homophobe has defined the person as "odd" and labeled the person or people, as "gay"). There are S.W.A.T. Teams, security, squads, police, more police, "resourse officers", Truancy Officers,... one time have shot in self defense as well. There have also been events, though rare, where school administrators "demolish" their schools. And the result of all this violence and deaths in schools is in addition to violence and deaths (both victims and shooters), there are injuries, there are frightened students, adults, and faculty, all of which turn against each other. Students claim to be afraid of another student or group of students to make the entire student body fears the student or students. And in schools there is also bullying, both by other students, and even by teachers. Sometimes students and teachers get involved in romantic relationships or at least dirty relationships. And sometimes students do the same thing with each other. Sometimes drugs can be found at school. If any are in lockers, sometimes it is planted by enemies and the innocent victims get punished while the bullies are never suspected. Some students don't go to school. They may find it difficult, or it is just fun for them to not attend school, especially if they are recorded as present when they are not.

And in schools there are Career Days, where representatives of companies speak with groups of students. All students must sign up for some groups. And if one or a few wishes to skip, all they have to do is sign up as the names of other students, so they can not get counted absent for the groups and the unsuspecting students do get counted absent because they are unable to be in the locations two or more full schedules specify them to be.

So what are the Career options, seriously??????? They are in fact ENDLESS. Of course much of high school is aimed aimlessly (VERY ironic) towards even more school. This school pretty much requires tuitions, and other expensive expenses, and you think that the colleges are mature and do not behave like stereotypical 8th grade students. And there are scholarships available--Lots of them!! Apply Now!! How do you do this?? Like I said at the beginning of this paragraph, sometimes schools and subjects aim towards college (or whatever more school beyond high school is called) AIMLESSLY. It is possible, so try not to get confused. It's okay to be confused, especially if the high schools being unclear about how to go to more school is very very confusing.

And what else?? Oh yes, there is joining the variety of Military!! Be Strong!! (or whatever nonsense their slogan is) What do you want to do?? If you still haven't figured out yet, may we suggest you sign up for this service. Take your time. Your social studies assignments can wait.

Will I ever return to school?? Never... I would have to pay for classes. I have lost my scholarships. Oh well. I have learned that since all my friends have not enrolled there (or they did and transferred someplace else --and better-- a year later) that the world is a much bigger place and there are many schools. And one school is not better than the rest (and in my opinion this also includes sports teams) and since everybody went everyplace except for my enemies, which are all at the same school still together of course, I do not want to go there...or anywhere... I can relate to that movie "Accepted". I am more likely to start my own "teaching school" slash institute of technology then attend another school.

And be careful when you go to school. Surely you can defend yourself if you get framed as a result of people setting you up. (Think about Star Trek VI) But if not, then don't count on appealing. Appealing for what?? So a student jury (which would have been the same bullies and they could convienently vote "guilty") could do the same thing that whatever administrators did?! And look very very VERY carefully. There are sneaky schools out there that do have a student conduct policy, but do not have a policy about how to issue a punishment. They also don't investigate complaints. Somebody that just can't stand you might complain to an administrator, and they will just take their word for it and issue a punishment, and pick whichever punishment they feel like giving to you, whether or not it is harsher than punishments to those actually caught actually doing actual bad things. And they can still get away with it... because they are not discriminating you against disibility, age, origin, nationality, ethnicity, gender, or anything else. "Student Rights And Academic Freedom", etc. might not be considered discrimination to some people. Despite obviously violating your civil rights, it may not be considered discrimination and they can still get away with it. There is nothing else to do except to write about it (though anonymously) and caution every person wishing to enroll or reenroll in school, to check over and over again, the ethics and the rules about the school. Ask them. Pester them. And if you are not satisfied, complain...to them, and to everybody... Perhaps your school, whichever one you pick, will reconsider being so unjustly harsh to any further students.

So what will I do?? I think I am doing perfectly okay. I am commenting that school did not teach me the word "anthropomorphic" (although possibly misspelled...Yes...I am in fact too lazy to look up the spellings of words) . And that is a very good example. I also didn't learn about many other things in school... like TV. Much of it is nonsense. Perhaps in another blog I will start posting my favorite TV shows (and also you can look on the orble and imdb and squidoo and knol and tvrage sites for information and comments on my favorite shows, stars, channels, producers, etc). Because not all TV is brainwashing... same with music. A Lot of it is sneakingly educational. And there are many many other things that you should learn in school that you probably aren't learning...not in school anyways. Oh. And be sure to watch out for that High Fructose Corn Syrup.

I am also going to tell you this: Most of these facts I have not witnessed myself. I only have read news articles over the years and internet. Perhaps none of these terrible things happen at school. Perhaps Not. And perhaps the facts being real would make "21 Jumpstreet" and "Degrassi: The Next Generation" both be given a TV-Y rating. But perhaps not. I fear that even though I did not witness the facts that I have posted (except for the students turning against each other & discrimination and not being able to defend myself and the bullies got away with framing me ......and also feeling that I do in fact learn much more outside of school than in school, because of lack of instruction, discipline, morals, ethics, etc.) and I have not been to every school in the United States Of America, or any place else on the giant globe called Planet Earth, I have not met every teacher, student, and everybody else, ...This means that I am unable to speak for and everything bad that occurs in school that shouldn't have ever occured. If you don't agree with this blog post (and all my others on this blog), then you don't have to. But if you are in school and feel that it is a waste of time because nobody seems to care, including teachers, and you are struggling and perhaps failing in school despite you've been trying your best, and you know how to succeed in The World already and believe that school is unnecessary and there isn't anything else to do except quit school entirely, (and you have thought this BEFORE you read my post), then you probably should, because if schools really can be this bad, then this means that school and going to school is meaningless until ALL schools (EVERY One Of Them) have all their issues worked out (safety, health, and building codes, adequate technology and supplies, education and instruction, guidance, discipline, goals, values, ethics, and morals) because until then it looks like school has been defeating its own purpose.