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Comment: Not a big deal... (Score 5, Informative) 335

by I'mJVC (#31365488) Attached to: Venezuela Bans Hostile Videogames and Toys

The way things are developing right now in Venezuela, in a couple months we'll have no electricity to power our violent video games anyway.

It's another violation of our rights, but it'll have to take the back seat while we deal with the hijacked supreme court, the lack of separation of powers, 12000+ violent deaths a year, the constants attacks on freedom on speech and the money unlawfully gifted by Chavez to foreign countries while lobbying for its revolution and the 21'st century socialism, and estimated over 50 billion dollars.

This could be called my two cents, but being in Venezuela I can't exchange local to foreign currency freely, another right violation that's 6 years old and counting.

Most public domain software is free, at least at first glance.

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