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Comment: The Alliance of Artists should lose this suit (Score 5, Insightful) 317

by FudRucker (#47565047) Attached to: Ford, GM Sued Over Vehicles' Ability To Rip CD Music To Hard Drive
they already bought the Music CD so the owner of these CD ripping automobiles are not stealing the music, and they are not capable of sharing those ripped CDs on the internet, it is just making it easier and safer for the driver because they can pay more attention to driving and not fumbling around with a CD collection while driving

Comment: TSA = the USA's Gestapo (Score 1, Interesting) 702

by FudRucker (#47398577) Attached to: TSA Prohibits Taking Discharged Electronic Devices Onto Planes
they are killing the airline industry, soon nobody will want to fly, years ago before 9/11/2001, once a year i used to fly to miami to spend a week at southbeach or to galveston and rent a motorcycle to ride around on padre island for a week , now i wont go near an airport anymore because i dont want those nazis putting their filthy hands on my body and i dont want to be xrayed with their death machines, so now i just spend my vacation week at home where it is nice and boring, - thanks US Govt you fucking nazis

Comment: Re:He could have researched a bit harder. (Score 1) 215

by FudRucker (#47333165) Attached to: Exploiting Wildcards On Linux/Unix
To turn off wildcard expansion permanently: Utilize the ânoglobeâ(TM) option. To set the ânoglobeâ(TM) option, please execute the below command at the BASH shell: bash-prompt#>set -o noglobe; More often, the requirement is to turn off Path name expansion. This is especially useful if a wildcard is part of an argument to a program. Use set â"f in such cases. Execute âset â"fâ(TM) as below bash-prompt#>set â"f; To reset the wildcard expansion property of the BASH Shell, execute âset +fâ(TM).

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