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Comment: Re:Ukraine's borders were changed by use of force (Score 1) 262

by TangoMargarine (#46758505) Attached to: Is Crimea In Russia? Internet Companies Have Different Answers

If they had a free and clear referendum with no intimidation and *actually* 100% voter turnout, I'd abide by their decision. The anti-Russian people also boycotted the vote somewhat from what I heard...which makes all this shadow-casting rather silly, as you said, if they were doing so voluntarily.

Comment: Re:u wot m8 (Score 1) 558

by TangoMargarine (#46757935) Attached to: Microsoft Confirms It Is Dropping Windows 8.1 Support

LMDE is a bad example; it's the bleeding-edge version of Mint. I can't even remember the last time apt-get upgrade (update is actually the command that fetches the package list) screwed me on mainstream Ubuntu or Mint.

In other news, Windows users don't like Gentoo either (although that's a hyperbolic comparison).

actively uses Raspbian, Puppy Linux, Linux Mint DE, and Ubuntu.

You get the same apt-get screwage in Ubuntu and normal Mint? Did you accidentally put a curse on your computer or something?

Unless if this is all a lie and you're just shilling, which I kind of have to consider because of your ACness and the improbability of all your statements being simultaneously true.
(computer expert) ^ (knows Unix tools) ^ (apt-get doesn't work anywhere)

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