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Comment: Re:Who cares (Score 1) 148

by ShieldW0lf (#48442543) Attached to: Mozilla's 2013 Report: Revenue Up 1% To $314M; 90% From Google

Of course I can.

Marriage is about subsidizing the creation of the next generation of mankind. Used to be, if you couldn't get pregnant together, you could get an annulment, and the marriage was considered dissolved.

My position, and, in a democratic society which runs on consensus, I don't actually need to defend it, is that if you get married, and enjoy the privileged status that that entails at my expense, you OWE me several well adjusted children to carry society forward when I retire, and if you get divorced, you OWE me for all the benefits you enjoyed at my expense. If you are infertile, you can't get married. If you are too old to have children, you can't get married. Live with who you want, fuck who you want, but marriage is about families, and if you're not interested in making and raising one, then leave it to others.

Religion really doesn't have anything to do with it. Homosexual marriage is an outrageously, ridiculously irrational thing all by itself.

Comment: Re:Who cares (Score 1) 148

by ShieldW0lf (#48438581) Attached to: Mozilla's 2013 Report: Revenue Up 1% To $314M; 90% From Google

When they fired the guy who invented Javascript because he believes, as I do, that marriage should be between a man and a woman... yes, that was the straw that broke the camels back.

But they were involved in that Gnome Outreach Program for Women fiasco too, if you need another example, and some if not all of the SJW's who were responsible for wasting all of Gnome's resources now work at Mozilla in positions of authority.

You're welcome to try to make a case for their values being superior to mine if you like, but you'd have to be willfully blind to not know that this is happening.

Comment: Re:Who cares (Score 0) 148

by ShieldW0lf (#48438457) Attached to: Mozilla's 2013 Report: Revenue Up 1% To $314M; 90% From Google

Query: Why is it that anyone with the word "wolf" in their name is almost guaranteed to be a pencil-dicked basement dweller who blames women for his inability to interact with them? I'm genuinely curious about this phenomenon.
 
Beats me... I'm on the 7th floor with a gorgeous view of the Rocky Mountains, I had a beautiful woman share my bed last night, and my dick is slightly thicker than a can of Red Bull.

Query: How many times did you follow strange men into their basement and check out their dicks before you noticed a pattern?

Comment: Who cares (Score 1, Insightful) 148

by ShieldW0lf (#48438023) Attached to: Mozilla's 2013 Report: Revenue Up 1% To $314M; 90% From Google

Maybe if they spent more time and resources on their project and less time and resources on "gender issues", they wouldn't be circling the toilet.

Their organization been corrupted at the highest levels. It's not going to be repaired. It'll just degenerate further until the project is forked or dies with a whimper.

Comment: Re:That pretty much sums up my opinion on it as we (Score 1) 133

by ShieldW0lf (#48436161) Attached to: HTML5: It's Already Everywhere, Even In Mobile

You don't know anything about me, or how I feel.

Intelligent people tolerate the uncomfortable feeling of ignorance, while stupid people fill the gaps with whatever ridiculous crap pops into their tiny little brains.

Your refusal to acknowledge your own ignorance telegraphs the latter. Might want to do something about that.

Comment: Re:Can someone expolain what's so great about HTML (Score 4, Interesting) 133

by ShieldW0lf (#48408677) Attached to: HTML5: It's Already Everywhere, Even In Mobile

It's less secure than its predecessors, allowing you to do more with it than you could before.

That sounds like a troll, but it's not. A lot of what's billed as innovation in this sphere was thought of by many people before, but the platform was intentionally designed to make it impossible for security reasons.

Comment: This isn't a secret (Score 2) 123

by ShieldW0lf (#48408655) Attached to: Electric Shock Study Suggests We'd Rather Hurt Ourselves Than Others

1) Compose your team entirely of specialists who are focused on one small piece of the puzzle
2) Find a psychopath who will make ethical compromises in the name of efficiency that well adjusted people would consider morally reprehensible to coordinate your team
3) Keep your team from seeing the big picture so they don't revolt
4) Keep outsiders from realizing how your efficiency is achieved so they don't shun you
5) Profit!

You get bonus points for setting all this up, making yourself the recipient of the inevitable rewards, keeping yourself ignorant of the particulars and sleeping like a baby.

Comment: Re:But but but (Score 1) 55

by ShieldW0lf (#48382205) Attached to: HYREL 3-D Printers Were Developed by 3-D Printer Users (Video)

Stratasys have been making reliable rapid prototyping machines for many years, and that making another one isn't a noteworthy achievement.

The compelling thing about 3D printing is that there are open source, non patent encumbered implementations available.

Making an open source non patent encumbered 3D printer that is significantly more reliable would be newsworthy. This isn't.

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