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 Post subject: Re: Computers in prison (Advice for novice programmers threa
PostPosted: Tue May 24, 2016 4:34 am 
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There is a PC with offline wikipedia in Breivik's cell, and he is a mass murderer.

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 Post subject: Re: Computers in prison (Advice for novice programmers threa
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Solar wrote:
...and all the above would require just that "undue effort" the federal judges were talking about, payed for by taxes, so that people doing jail time can have a computer...?!?


Well, if you're feeling so humanitarian, perhaps, you should reconsider the entire practice of putting people into jail. :)


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alexfru wrote:
Solar wrote:
...and all the above would require just that "undue effort" the federal judges were talking about, payed for by taxes, so that people doing jail time can have a computer...?!?


Well, if you're feeling so humanitarian, perhaps, you should reconsider the entire practice of putting people into jail. :)


I think he meant quite the opposite. :)

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 Post subject: Re: Computers in prison (Advice for novice programmers threa
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Brendan wrote:
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alexfru wrote:
How about the computer simply disconnected from the network/internet?


Smash the screen to get shards of glass. Use the glass on the computer's power cord (or it's battery charger's power cord) to bare the wires. Now use power cord to electrocute people until the power is cut off, then switch to slashing people's throats with the shards of glass and/or strangling people with the power cord and/or using the computer as a club to bash people.

This is just what happens at my house when I lose the Internet connection. I'd hate to see what would happen in a prison.. :roll:


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 Post subject: Re: Computers in prison (Advice for novice programmers threa
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Brendan wrote:
Hi,

alexfru wrote:
How about the computer simply disconnected from the network/internet?


Smash the screen to get shards of glass. Use the glass on the computer's power cord (or it's battery charger's power cord) to bare the wires. Now use power cord to electrocute people until the power is cut off, then switch to slashing people's throats with the shards of glass and/or strangling people with the power cord and/or using the computer as a club to bash people.

This is just what happens at my house when I lose the Internet connection. I'd hate to see what would happen in a prison.. :roll:


Cheers,

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Wow, times are tough in Australia :roll:
I thought you guys had a lower crime rate than us now.

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 Post subject: Re: Computers in prison (Advice for novice programmers threa
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Luxury prisons? I've heard a few that let you get your laptop and use it without any penalties. Except you can't use Wi-Fi. Bring the intel manuals and C manuals just in case you go there.

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Luxury prisons? I've heard a few that let you get your laptop and use it without any penalties. Except you can't use Wi-Fi. Bring the intel manuals and C manuals just in case you go there.


Have a look at some prisons in Scandinavia, you're in for a shock :lol:

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