> And the git bullshit.
Yeah, we never needed this new-fangled version control bullshit in my day. We just email our code changes around the office. Like men.
Real men print them out and send them via inter-office mail. That way they can be read while leaning back in your leather chair, drinking scotch and smoking a pipe.
Just dumping waste energy into methanol production doesn't seem to be a viable way to sequester carbon to me.
Well I'd prefer a non-toxic solid so we could just re-bury it. Calcium Carbonate or something along those lines.
That is patently false.
Well, the polling doesn't agree with you: http://www.realclearpolitics.c...
Obviously we won't know for sure till after the election, but based on the overall trend for the last few cycles I think it's likely.
Sounds great, only taking them out of the hands of the military is essentially the same as letting them go.
Not necessarily, depends on who you give them to. More importantly though, why are we not killing them if they're a threat? Or why are we holding them if they're not?
The fancy is indeed no other than a mode of memory emancipated from the order of space and time. -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge