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Comment: Re:"If you have nothing to hide..." (Score 1) 203

When buildings and vehicles get burned and stores get looted, you rebuild the one and restock the other. When people get killed, or have their heads or spines broken, the remedy is not so easily arranged.

You seem to hold property in a markedly higher esteem than human life.

Comment: Re: Must example set of him (Score 1) 629

If you are sending in your official removal notification, that would be the Eugene Pool.


Also, too, one double click to change the smooching homos to a JPEG of the Straits of Magellan, for example, would have taken 3/5ths of a second, instead of indulging oneself in these bloody histrionics. Tell me true, the teacher also was the school drama coach, am I right?

Comment: Re:There might be hope for a decent adaptation (Score 5, Insightful) 331

by Quasimodem (#49182517) Attached to: 'The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress' Coming To the Big Screen
Robert Heinlein graduated 20th in a class of 243 Annapolis cadets and spent five years stationed on the Pacific Ocean until forced to retire in 1939 because of tuberculosis, so calling Robert Heinlein a frustrated Naval Officer wannabe is a bit contemptuous of a person who was in the process of making a success along one career path, was forced to discontinue, and made an even greater success along a totally different career path.

Any given program, when running, is obsolete.