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Comment: Re:What a bunch of Wuss (Score 1) 540

by Archangel Michael (#47706977) Attached to: Munich Reverses Course, May Ditch Linux For Microsoft

He obviously didn't ever hear or read about Normandy. Or about the German disaster at the outskirts of Moscow the previous winter. Germany made the classic blunder of believing they were invincible (or at least acting like it) based on Hitler's Ideology of German superiority.

Additionally, he doesn't realize that the US was pretty much the only people fighting on two fronts at the same time, Europe and Pacific. Now, I don't know if he's looked at the globe lately, but Pacific was a pretty big theater. And the Japanese were tough fighters, often fighting until the last man had fallen, something rarely seen in warfare.

Comment: Re:Time for medicare for all in the usa (Score 1) 152

by DigiShaman (#47704803) Attached to: Why Chinese Hackers Would Want US Hospital Patient Data

You must be oblivious to the amount of debt and inflation around you. That, and el presidente is about to enable millions of illegal immigrants the ability to work on the cheap and vote themselves "free" shit. Oh, and that throws the entire black community under the bus whom are already competing for jobs of the same ability. Meanwhile, they send over a net 20+ billion in wealth (per year) from the US compounding the hemorrhaging effect on the economy.

What can't go on forever won't go on forever.

Comment: Re:What a bunch of Wuss (Score 1) 540

by Archangel Michael (#47703257) Attached to: Munich Reverses Course, May Ditch Linux For Microsoft

To be fair, the US had to cross an ocean, and Britain wasn't much help for much of the war. Russia wasn't much of a force either, except for the best Army unit they had called ... Winter.

The US took time to build up forces in Britain and once we decided to invade Normandy, and secured that landing, it was all but over for the Nazi's.

That, and you forgot that Germany also had Italy in its axis as well. Not quite the lopsided fight you portrayed.

Comment: Re:How many years could he be charged with? (Score 1) 288

by Shakrai (#47698613) Attached to: WikiLeaks' Assange Hopes To Exit London Embassy "Soon"

Because Assange has said that if Britain and Sweden would put forth a good-faith promise not to extradite him he would happily travel to Sweden to face the molestation charges.

Which Government on this planet is willing to negotiate with accused criminals in order to bring them to trial? It doesn't happen, not in Democracies or Dictatorships. The most you might get is "I'll surrender at the station tomorrow morning so you don't have to haul me out of my house in handcuffs." but even that isn't a sure thing.

Comment: Re:Defeats the purpose (Score 1) 229

Email is not a Documentation system. It just isn't. Documentation should be centralized and pointed to for newbies and veterans returning from Vacation/Holiday alike. While it MIGHT suffice for such out of convenience, it really starts to show as documentation ages and people come and go organizationally.

Biology is the only science in which multiplication means the same thing as division.