Well in that case it's a good thing they're not giving money to a company founded by Hitler or anything. (Hint: companies are not evil. No company in existence can actually have that moniker applied to them - they are at best amoral, probably even ethically impaired. But evil most definitely is far too hyperbolic).
Maybe they already did sudo su -
Actually, the tax liability cannot continue after you renounce citizenship, as you are no longer a citizen and therefore not bound by the laws of your original country - you are only required to follow your country of citizenship's, and the country of residence.
What's wrong with the OpenSSH code? Are you foolishly conflating OpenSSH and OpenSSL, and claiming that de Raadt is somehow responsible for OpenSSL?
What are you rambling about? OpenSSL is not produced by the OpenBSD Foundation, it's produced by the OpenSSL foundation, a completely separate entity for which OpenBSD has no involvement at all. Sounds like you just saw the word "Open" and assumed they were connected... hint: they're not - an de Raadt has precisely no responsibility for whatever happens with the OpenSSL base tree.
Or it's a recessive gene, which does not have a 100% inheritance rate.
You have first-hand experience of having an autistic child. You do not have first-hand experience of vaccines causing autism, because there is no scientific evidence proving that this is possible, and there is literally an entire planet of evidence that it is not.
Hence it is, and remains, irrelevant that you have an autistic child - unfortunate though that may be.
Actually Verisign is a company that runs the root DNS for
You're thinking of Symantec.
Actually, I think you'll find that 99% of what their job related software would be masses of custom software which won't even run in Linux (or anything bar Windows, and you're lucky if it works in Windows 7).
Point taken and agreed. Apologies. Historically this has been the hallmark of the Linux crowd - though I admit it has grown up a bit and there's actually quite a few people who espouse Linux based on facts and objective benefits nowadays rather than religious drivel like the old days. (For what it's worth, I like Linux. Upgrading the OS in 5 minutes and without a reboot is actually somewhat refreshing when my desktop at home takes 2 hours and reboots twice to do the same thing).
No, it hasn't. No votes were "bought". They lobbied for people to vote the way they wanted, just like anyone else would in that position (whether you or I agree with it or not).
And you're pretty much proving my and the GP's point quite soundly when you continue to spout that rubbish.
Truth be told, if they're anything like our tax department they likely need internet access to investigate potential tax fraud (i.e. someone claiming social security and running a business selling things on eBay). Something which literally requires the internet.
The USPS? You mean the organisation that would be completely self-sustaining if they weren't bound by law to account for the lifetime costs of pensions for their entire workforce in their annual budget rather than as they go? Something no other employer in existence has to?
There is no citation. It's just typical anti-Microsoft bullshit from someone who's still stuck in 1980.
Frankly the pro-Linux crowd does itself no favours with this sort of shit.