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Comment: Re:Why sex is deemed not "pristine"? (Score 1) 370

by Dusanyu (#42409749) Attached to: Child Gets Nintendo 3DS Full of Porn For Christmas

discovered images of naked people doing less than pristine things

Sex act by itself is a part of nature.

Without sex acts, many higher form animals have no way to procreate.

When sex itself is deemed something that's not "pristine" something is very wrong - way beyond wrong .....

Depends on the Sex, was this Dr. Naughty and the night nurses porn? Or was this Midget Bondage tentacle Porn? a couple People doing the do is one thing but BDSM, Rape or other types of porn are something else.

Comment: I will go one better (Score 1) 851

by Dusanyu (#38463504) Attached to: Do You Really Need a Smart Phone?
I save on my bill by simply not having a mobile phone. When I live my workplace i don't want to be bothered by work When I leave my home I want to get away from the phone. as far as other functionality that "Smart phones" bring If I need a map I use (wait for it) a Paper map! you can get nice State maps for free at state ran tourist info booths As far as browsing, email, calendering and all of these other features if I think I am going to need those while I am not close to my desk I grab my laptop bag I can do everything with it a smart phone can at a place with free wireless for the price of a cup of coffee and in the process have a Screen that is readable ad a useful keyboard.

Comment: Re:Not unless it changes a whole lot (Score 1) 591

by Dusanyu (#37047652) Attached to: Old Arguments May Cost Linux the Desktop
choosing mainline Ubuntu is most of your problem if you would have went with one of the smaller Ubuntu derivitives such as Linux Mint you would have had the Java plug ins working at install In the mean time Ubuntu which was at one time one of the netter desktop distributions is quickly sliding down to the bottom of the barrel in terms of hardware support and usability. I now would not wish Ubuntu on my worst enemy.

There is nothing so easy but that it becomes difficult when you do it reluctantly. -- Publius Terentius Afer (Terence)

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