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9/20/2014 - After 1 year at my new job I am finally taking vacation! A whole 9 days off.

Job hours have increased and I am doing my best to keep the site up to date
7-24-2014 - Getting job promotion at work with a 800 square foot office to fill my IT heart to its desire! Lucky me

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Update on TPB Website - Swedish Police raids The Pirate Bay server and take it down!
It is a bad news for The Pirate Bay lovers, as it was taken down, after the Swedish Police raided the site’s server room in Stockholm and seized several servers and other equipment. The Pirate Bay (commonly abbreviated TPB) is a website that provides magnet links (and some torrent files) to facilitate peer-to-peer file sharing using the BitTorrent protocol. The site was launched in Sweden in 2003. After the TakeDown of the website, It was off for several hours and Now, for their site lovers, they live the website with a new URL hosted under the top-level domain for Costa Rica-
Update - Be careful visiting new mirrored sites. As of now, it looks like the ISOHunt team has resurrected the piratebay site. You can visit to see.

PirateBay is the largest and most accessed torrent site on the internet. You can literally download anything you can think of for free. Beware, copyright infringement is illegal and if you are caught downloading material illegally from this site you can be punished by the law. I am in no way telling or advising you that to do so is justified. By reading this warning you agree I hold no liability to such actions you may take. Click for PirateBay. How to use torrents? Click Here

IT Tech Tips - 11/9/2014 - How to easily protect your computer from virus and malware threats.
The first step is common sense obviously. Do not go to sites that are suspicious. My next points will help with this.
Download these two free and amazing tools to keep your computer safe. AVG Anti-Virus and Spybot Search and Destroy. Both are user friendly, work just as good and even better in my opinion than paid products. We actually use these in a corporate cyber defense policy. A quick google search will get you to the official sites of these products. AVG also comes with the built-in ability to scan emails, web sites/links and can be used to scan your computer regulary for viruses. Spybot runs actively in the background and is also good for shredding files from your hard drive.

Video of the Month

Here is a great video of Lawrence Krauss, who happens to be a great Atheist and debater, destroying the arguments of a Muslim in a lively debate. Lawrence is very gifted at using logic, reason and science to show up his opponents. I hope you enjoy! Be sure to share, like and subscribe.

Images of the Month

Funny Images Of the Month

what a great spouse!
climate change?
funny post card
funny kid

hot girl with monkey

ketchup bot will rune one day

mount fuji from above

Which is larger?

Why santa is big each year

trust this printer?

it goes 20mph

my weed, fuck!

Breaking News

  • Two American citizens released from custody in North Korea returned to American soil late Saturday. A plane carrying Kenneth Bae, of Lynnwood, Wash., and Matthew Miller, of Bakersfield, Calif. arrived at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington state shortly after 9 p.m. local time. Members of Bae's family, who live near the base, met him when he landed. His mother hugged him after he got off the plane. Miller stepped off the U.S. government aircraft a short time later and was also greeted with hugs. The men's release had been secured following a secret mission by Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, who accompanied Bae and Miller back to the U.S. and was the highest-ranking American official to visit Pyongyang in over a decade.
  • There are more details out about Home Depot's recent security breach, which was worse than first thought. An investigation found that 53 million customer email addresses were taken during the breach, in addition to the compromise of 56 million credit and debit cards the company had previously disclosed. The hackers got into Home Depot's systems by stealing the username and password of a third-party vendor, the company said Thursday. A spokesman would not give any details about the vendor. The stolen username and password did not give the criminals direct access to Home Depot's payment system. But it did give the hackers access to a part of the company's network from where they could deploy malware on self-checkout systems in stores in the U.S. and Canada.