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Comment: Re:Museums? (Score 1) 44

by Sarius64 (#49475695) Attached to: Turing Manuscript Sells For $1 Million
Do you even read what you write?

You can be sure that in the 20 years preceding putting it up for auction, it was either photographed or photocopied, or more likely, both.

How does that convey that it occurred? RTFA or not, you're just being an ass for effect. I read the article again and it doesn't reflect what you wish. There's one photo of one page with no intention for more to be digitized. Maybe you can take the Zantac before making things up in the next post.

Comment: Re:Next President (Score 1) 676

by Sarius64 (#49466797) Attached to: Hillary Clinton Declares 2016 Democratic Presidential Bid
Thankfully, American culture is built to combat that problem. A majority of the Armed Forces are common people that have been paid less than dirt, and inspired through nationalism to protect the homeland. Good luck on an elite revolt. People want to live here for a reason. Still scratching my head at what the hell a libertarian extremist is? Does that mean the person really really wants to guarantee your liberty? Sounds pretty good to me.

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