Can you please show an example of indentation that's not "guido's way" and would not be accepted by Python?
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If you think that's bad, take a look at the people who are currently in charge of US health care.
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Isn't it extremely slow?
1990's called, they want IE's find dialog back.
Who do you think works for the corporations? Answer: The taxpayers.
That's the wrong question. The right question is who owns the corporations. And that's not the taxpayers. At least not substantially.
Also, do you think mining is going to be a nonprofit organization? They'll pay taxes to the government.
Corporations, especially large ones, find ways to avoid paying most of the taxes they should.
This is great news because this could help wipe out Afghanistan's poverty, the actual biggest obstacle to a functioning government.
You are naive.
By better security model, do you mean:
User clicks "Please do X".
Computer pops up asking: "User, is it really you who clicked 'do X'?"
I find UAC ridiculous.
What's the problem with trademark laws?
You realize that even if the patent system makes no distinction between software and hardware patents, it still makes sense to yell about software patents, because giving patents on software is fucking stupid?
Sounds horrible to those of us who don't regularly support users
I guess if you have "apt" installing a VNC client is not so bad, so I'm not sure I appreciate the advantages that much...
In 1967, Arab armies were holding offensive formations next to Israeli borders, so Israel had to build up a reserve force for defense.
Israel's economy couldn't sustain holding the reserves for so long, so eventually Israel decided it had to either call of the reserves (and risk being defenseless against the coming Arab attack) or perform a preemptive strike.
The Israeli high court is truly a beacon of democracy and considered relatively left-wing inside Israel.
It has quite a bit of opposition inside Israel.
In my opinion as an Israeli, it is often hated in Israel for upholding Israel's actual law (including those about preserving human dignity) even when it contradicts the right-wingers goals or sometimes even the interests of the Israeli state.
Easy to say that, you won't be having to face "I told you so"
With this attitude, anyone wanting to keep their privacy and basic rights is pretty much stuck at home -- with a tin foil hat.
Photosynthesis extracts a whole lot more of the sun's energy per square meter than our best solar panels..