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Comment: Re:the solution: (Score -1, Troll) 472

by GameboyRMH (#48037781) Attached to: The $1,200 DIY Gunsmithing Machine


But in the mind of libertarian nutball Cody Wilson, lawmakers will just say "Welp, he beat us, time to pack up and go home, I'll see if I can charter an APC for us since it's gonna be like Somalia out there. This is the worst day since the basic theoretical disproof and repeated cracks of DRM made us give up on digital copyright issues."

Comment: BS sense is tingling! (Score 1) 89

by GameboyRMH (#48037657) Attached to: China Worried About Terrorist Pigeons

My BS meter is immediately going off because:

- It's a story about how crazy the Chinese government is, this topic is prime BS news breeding ground
- It's a little too good to be true
- Many sources have deleted the news, current source is "Agencies."

I fully expect to get the full story in the next BS news roundup.

Comment: Don't trust pirate sites? (Score 1) 298

Then you really won't like legal media which includes DRM which will make the user experience vastly more frustrating than it would be for a pirate, and/or online authentication servers that usually go down at some point in the future, rendering your purchase useless.

Comment: Re:Being a south-american myself (Score 1) 208

by GameboyRMH (#48001843) Attached to: Drones Reveal Widespread Tax Evasion In Argentina

Yep in these parts, most of the rich have government "connections."

Recently had a similar incident with illegally imported cars. Quickly forgotten about. People kept cars illegally discounted by a greater amount than an average Joe's annual salary around here.

My dad works for a guy who isn't *physically* hiding anything on his property, but has hidden all the money spent to build it in a hilarious shell game. And yes he has government "connections." And a sweet little guest house for his motorcycle.

Disobedience: The silver lining to the cloud of servitude. -- Ambrose Bierce