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Comment: Re:Be Gentle With Him (Score 1) 415

by TangoMargarine (#48467787) Attached to: The Schizophrenic Programmer Who Built an OS To Talk To God

"One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter."

And I'd think the argument could be made for pederasty being a "moral" (or at least, socially accepted) form of pedophilia.

And segregation was not inherently bad, it was just that people are assholes and refused to make separate and equal things.

Comment: Re:Shyeah, right. (Score 1) 228

by TangoMargarine (#48467095) Attached to: Is LTO Tape On Its Way Out?

I shoot RAW, so 80 GB sounds hopelessly tiny to me. The portion of my photo library that I carry around on my laptop

Why?!

Yes, when you purposely try to take up as much space as humanly possible, it ends up being really big. The least you could do would be leave the raw images on your home media server and keep versions of them compressed to a halfway sane size on the laptop.

Comment: Re:So what? (Score 1) 85

by TangoMargarine (#48466985) Attached to: Firefox Will Soon Offer One-Click Buttons For Your Search Engines

Not to mention ranting about how terrible Firefox is specifically, when Pale Moon is the same browser as the ESR version, just built for 64 bits and with the old UI?

You say there's nothing wrong with Firefox except the UI, then complain that it doesn't make sense people are using a fork that keeps all the features but unfucks the UI?

Comment: Re:Uh, there's an extension for that (Score 1) 85

by TangoMargarine (#48466929) Attached to: Firefox Will Soon Offer One-Click Buttons For Your Search Engines

I don't get the big hullabaloo about who's "sponsoring" it. Is this all just about which search engine is selected by default when you install the browser? Within the first 5 minutes of using the browser I've probably changed it to Wikipedia anyway.

Although I suppose there will always be those users who never figure out the little triangle on the right side of the button means you can change it.

Comment: Re:Oh, please (Score 1) 415

by TangoMargarine (#48462509) Attached to: The Schizophrenic Programmer Who Built an OS To Talk To God

Some people are intrinsically good; and some issues are not sins [...] The idea that all are born with/into sin is a superstitious notion with absolutely no root in reality.

You believe in sin but original sin is a superstition? I would think those would kind of be in the same belief space.

I'm also under the impression that if you don't believe in salvation, you don't call it sin.

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