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Comment: Re:workshop (Score 1) 208

Look you ignorant cunt I've already fucking told you how she acquired the games on her account.

You're either being deliberating obtuse or you're so fucking stupid you don't belong on Slashdot. Now fuck off and stop wasting my fucking time.

Fuck me, how do you even get fucking dressed in the morning.

Comment: Re:No, he's not (Score 1) 161

by Cederic (#49512697) Attached to: Assange Talk Spurs UK Judges To Boycott Legal Conference

Do you have any evidence at all that the extradition request received by the UK was not received through the appropriate channels, with the appropriate sign-off from the authorised Swedish signatories?

Just that, if the request was received in accordance with the agreed protocol then it's valid, and must be treated as such.

Whether or not the Swedes behaved correctly prior to following those protocols is not something the UK can determine, and extraditing Assange does not prevent him from contesting Swedish process to get his case dismissed there.

Arresting Assange for breach of his bail conditions and extraditing him would not constitute an illegal arrest in the UK. Now fuck off you ignorant cunt.

Comment: Re:Judicial rules? (Score 2) 161

by Cederic (#49512639) Attached to: Assange Talk Spurs UK Judges To Boycott Legal Conference

Well fuck you and your total disregard for a fair trial.

Assange is in breach of bail conditions that are not considered excessively onerous, undue or demeaning. He's broken the law by failing to comply with those conditions.

It would compromise his right to a fair trial were he to speak beforehand with a judge that might preside over it. It would also compromise the public's right to a fair trial.

Comment: Re: The UK Government Are Massively Out Of Touch (Score 2) 161

by Cederic (#49512549) Attached to: Assange Talk Spurs UK Judges To Boycott Legal Conference

He's breached bail conditions in the UK. That makes him a fugitive from justice in the UK.

Whether he's committed a crime in another country is totally fucking irrelevant.

The judges can't listen to him because it would compromise their integrity - the absolute fucking opposite reason of your alleged moral corruption.

This isn't even fucking complicated, you're just skipping past the obvious in a blind frenzy to defend Assange.

Comment: Don't divide 200m by 224 (Score 5, Funny) 442

by Cederic (#49512207) Attached to: George Lucas Building Low-Income Housing Next Door To Millionaires

Don't forget the houses need support infrastructure - roads, sewerage, utilities, but also 224 homes will need a community hall, a couple of shops, a decent pub, a medical centre and/or dentist and (given this is America) at least seven churches.

Only a portion of the spend will go on houses.

Comment: Re:workshop (Score 1) 208

Because the game bought in Wal-Mart includes features such as "Access to community updates" and "play with your friends".

When a game forces you to use Steam if you want to play it, and requires Steam for specific features mentioned on the box, I don't think it's unreasonable to expect to be able to access those features through Steam with no further expenditure.

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