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  • Comparison almost always comes from a place of insecurity and fear, not of deficiency or mal-intent.

    Mike Robbins: Avoid the Trap of Comparing Yourself to Others

  • Tech Fragments reports on Homeland Security's Future Attribute Screening Technology (FAST), which will screen people for "mal-intent" as they walk past checkpoints.

    Boing Boing

  • Home Security's security checkpoint measure "mal-intent" characteristics

    Boing Boing

  • "We are running at about 78% accuracy on mal-intent detection, and 80% on deception."

    Boing Boing

  • Arthur Smith says: "The only way our honest "sceptic" friends can maintain their belief system is to also believe in the corruption, mal-intent or incompetence of all those scientists who have been pointing out the real serious problems with our fossil carbon emissions."

    Rabett Run

  • The only way our honest "sceptic" friends can maintain their belief system is to also believe in the corruption, mal-intent or incompetence of all those scientists who have been pointing out the real serious problems with our fossil carbon emissions.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • Maybe they were misled by the tot mom, but I just find it very difficult to -- to assume mal-intent on the Anthony family.

    CNN Transcript Jan 9, 2009

  • But in the best of circumstances, most governmental efforts of this kind in Pakistan's history have been marked by either incompetence or mal-intent, or both.

    Shuja Nawaz: Will We Ever Know Who Killed Benazir Bhutto?

  • I'm sorry but in some ways not surprised to see many people including Russ still viewing Nate as a victim in all this, and blaming Nate's difficulties not on his own poor choices but rather on the mal-intent of numerous others, "the group" as Russ calls us, including the landowners and Dr. Bob.

    Honesty is the best policy

  • At about this point administration mouthings stopped referring to the actual constitution of weapons as a threat and our rhetorical gun-sights turned on Iran's "potential access" to "knowledge" or "capabilities" that might indicate or allow for mal-intent.

    Of Retroactive Warning Signs and Preemptive Strikes

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