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Comment: Re:What a non excuse (Score 1) 127

by dave420 (#48479453) Attached to: Ubisoft Apologizes For Assassin's Creed
You appear to be one of the same. You are confusing fundamentalism with moderatism, and then wrapping that up in a nice generalisation which betrays your utter lack of rationality when it comes to people who look different to you. If you are not simply trolling, you are a terrible human being, and your parents and society failed you. The last line shows that you really do like to substitute empirical fact with your own warped ideas of the world, which explains a lot.

Comment: Re:What a non excuse (Score 1) 127

by dave420 (#48479437) Attached to: Ubisoft Apologizes For Assassin's Creed
I'm simply highlighting that what this guy says should be taken with a pinch of salt as he's not even rational enough to understand that a loud minority does not speak for nearly 2 billion people. Thinking about it, I couldn't give a rat's ass about votes. I've got karma to burn, and I can think of no better way to spend it than showing people that muppets like this exist, and that they are drenched in hate to the point they can't even think rationally. Whatevs, yeah?

Comment: Re:I don't recall such interest in gerrymandering (Score 1) 210

by dave420 (#48479377) Attached to: Mathematicians Study Effects of Gerrymandering On 2012 Election
So you think the media just gloms on to the democrats because they like blue? Because that (or some equally shallow reason) is what would have to happen for zraider to not be implying there are differences in the parties. And your sig is cute! Kawaiiii desuuu!

Comment: Re:I don't recall such interest in gerrymandering (Score 1) 210

by dave420 (#48479359) Attached to: Mathematicians Study Effects of Gerrymandering On 2012 Election
Yes, you are generalizing, but then using that generalization to tar and feather entire, varied sections of society. You can pretend that it's "levity", but it's demonstrably just lazy thinking. Oh, and calling out moronic behaviour and attitudes isn't hateful, just honest. It might seem hateful to have one's bullshit called out, but that hate lies squarely in the brain of the bullshit peddler.

Comment: Re:PR works well? Where? (Score 1) 210

by dave420 (#48478925) Attached to: Mathematicians Study Effects of Gerrymandering On 2012 Election
No, the US is in precisely the same situation - from the perspective of a citizen, if the federal government were to disappear, they'd still have their state government. It's not like someone in Iowa is suddenly also represented by the Florida government because the federal government can't get its shit together.

Comment: Re:Who doesn't (Score 1) 10

by Marxist Hacker 42 (#48478879) Attached to: x is bad for x?

Ron Wyden I see as giving in quite quickly. He ran on the idea of being a Hatfield type conservative, bucking the party that endorsed him, and then morphed into yet another party hack after he was elected, paying back those who pay for his campaigns.

Same with Rand Paul, he's just got a different set of donors than most Republicans, which can appear to be solid beliefs when they really aren't.

The flip side of corporate political campaigns, is that good businessmen don't spend money without a significant return on investment, for anything.

Comment: Re:I don't recall such interest in gerrymandering (Score 0) 210

by dave420 (#48478809) Attached to: Mathematicians Study Effects of Gerrymandering On 2012 Election

And you're the real moron if you think there is anything but fluffy differences between the Democrats or the Republicans. You're also a staggeringly insane moron if you want to make such sweeping generalizations, which only demonstrate you're either not interested (or incapable) of learning what's actually happening in the disparate group you're generalizing.

Grow up, the future begs you.

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