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Comment Re:I knew it was going to be bad. (Score 1) 359 359

Worse, he's now started posting bullshit trying to pretend he's being downmodded by people supporting adblock.

Not only is he stupid enough to spam slashdot, he's stupid enough not to realise that spam gets modded down.

It really has made this whole article a fucking waste of time from a comments front. Slashdot editors really need to blacklist his IP - maybe using their hosts file.

Comment Re:Now I won't feel guilty about using Adblock (Score 1) 359 359

I don't need to prove him wrong. His constant spamming shows that he lacks morals, business ethics or consideration for other people, and that means his software is getting nowhere fucking near my PC.

He's a twat and his spam is obnoxious, irritating and (due to the point above) totally irrelevant. I can't and don't trust him or his software.

Comment Re:the most moronic subject matter on slashdot (Score 1) 339 339

it means they introduce programming to younger kids. you imagine kids chained in a classroom with their eyes propped open forced to watch bubble sort algorithms?

is learning music "forcing culturally objectionable content on our children"?

is learning math "forced march into the voodoo underlying antireligious science and anti free market economics?"

so i repeat: where the fuck do you low iq conspiracy theory morons come from?

it's actually a serious question. i have a serious difficulty understanding how a functioning human being can arrive at the deranged socially retarded concept you put forth in your comment. i'm 100% serious

Comment the most moronic subject matter on slashdot (Score 2) 339 339

can we stop with this nonsense please? it is similar to idiots who oppose teaching all kids programming

restricting access to developing a skillset which just builds on abstract reasoning is a joke, nothing more. it's as if lots of people making lots of programs somehow hurts good programs and good programmers. how? can someone define me how that works? there has to be a formal logical fallacy for what this low iq idea suggests. it's like saying gays getting married somehow hurts heterosexual marriage. and we see how well that mental diarrhea has persuaded

lots of people trying programming only hurts mediocre programmers. the only kind of people who take this nonissue seriously. it's popularity on slashdot therefore does not bode very well for the readership of this website

meanwhile, i welcome anyone who wants to try programming and i wish them well. it can be fun, it can be infuriating. and if in your quest you wind up being more skilled and hired to replaced than the kind of weak mouth breather who wants to somehow magically limit the pursuit of programming to some of kind of bullshit guild, this a surefire win

Comment Re:And another sign of privilege (Score 1) 298 298

You're demonstrating that my use of the word cunt is very appropriate, and also backing up my point about people throwing the word privilege around to push an indefensible agenda.

You still haven't answered my initial questions, because you want to demonize me for challenging you instead of setting out your arguments. It's quite comical.

Comment Re:And another sign of privilege (Score 2) 298 298

Using the word 'privilege' is a troll in itself.

What the fuck _is_ privilege? What the fuck do you know about the person to whom you used it as a slur? How the fuck is being surprised that a class of musicians don't prioritise their art any form of fucking alleged privilege anyway?

You were trolling, and flaming the person to whom you responded. The bit that I'm amazed at is that you got any insightful mods.

Like punning, programming is a play on words.