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Comment: Re:This wasn't delayed by injustice (Score 1) 129

by Zero__Kelvin (#49802347) Attached to: A Ph.D Thesis Defense Delayed By Injustice 77 Years
I can only assume you are intentionally misdirecting the conversation. The U.S. has never declared war upon an entire nation or people, and then proceeded to target everyone including all civilians, women and children first if they can have it. Try not to be such an ass next time.

Comment: Re: Not pointless... (Score 1) 460

by Zero__Kelvin (#49797801) Attached to: D.C. Police Detonate Man's 'Suspicious' Pressure Cooker

"It's not irrational to consider a pressure cooker and propane tank parked near the US Capitol to be sufficiently unusual as to merit further investigation"

"Bomb squads don't "investigate" items that might be bombs."

Hard to believe they came from the same poster in the same thread, isn't it? It warrants further investigation! ... and ... What are you and idiot, it warrants no investigation! I't is always hilarious to watch idiots contradict themselves. Thanks for the entertainment!

Comment: Re: Not pointless... (Score 1) 460

by Zero__Kelvin (#49787331) Attached to: D.C. Police Detonate Man's 'Suspicious' Pressure Cooker

"It's not irrational to consider a pressure cooker and propane tank parked near the US Capitol to be sufficiently unusual as to merit further investigation"

Well though that may be you are missing a pretty important point. They didn't investigate; they blew the fucker up. If they had investigated the (non) story would have been: Cops see a crock pot, investigated, and determined that they were just paranoid morons and no actual explosive device was present!.

At least you have finally made clear the source of the problem here. You've read the entire story, and still have no idea what actually happened! That certainly explains all the idiotic ramblings you've spouted of late.

Comment: Re:This wasn't delayed by injustice (Score 4, Insightful) 129

by Zero__Kelvin (#49787265) Attached to: A Ph.D Thesis Defense Delayed By Injustice 77 Years
When someone starts bombing civilians we have passed pretty clearly by the "ideological" into the "corporeal". I can guarantee you if ISIS / Al Queda were sitting in their corner of the world spouting their ideology at the top of their lungs we really wouldn't care. They are fair game not because of their ideology but because they go beyond having a belief, to trying to force it upon others with violence. It is the latter, and not the former, that absolutely makes it OK to wipe them out entirely. They have literally exclaimed that they will kill us if we don't kill them first, and then acted upon it. See the difference?

Comment: Re:Just another arrogant CEO (Score 3, Insightful) 48

by Zero__Kelvin (#49787203) Attached to: Red Hat CEO Publishes Open Source Management Memoir

"Red Hat has been making a lot of peculiar decisions to replace standard Linux components, with inferior Red Hat components. Now we have systemd, ..."

Dear mentally challenged individual. It has apparently not come to your attention, but systemd is used by almost every major Linux distribution on the planet. Isn't it strange that all these companies made that same peculiar decision. Clearly they didn't consult you or they would have known that systemd is a Red Hat product!

"all out war against POSIX"

Tell us more about this war going on in your head!

"f Red Hat's propriety solutions."

Yes, Red Hats proprietary Open Source solutions! Congratulations, you just announced to the world that you have been reading Slashdot for more than a decade (See his SlashID Number for those following along) and still don't know the frigging difference between proprietary and FOSS. Bravo. I don't think I could come up with something that phenomenally stupid to say if I spent weeks at it!

Comment: Re:Paging Mark Shuttleworth (Score 1) 48

by Zero__Kelvin (#49787177) Attached to: Red Hat CEO Publishes Open Source Management Memoir
I'm not really convinced that you can completely undermine the Linux community and produce a product that lets people point at it and say to the uninformed: See that? That's Linux (i.e. Ubuntu). See, Linux is a clusterfuck mess just like Windows! and still be considered a good "netizen"

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