"su" was replaced for almost use by "sudo" shortly after its first release in 1999
I think you meant to say that it was replaced for most uses. What's great about sudo is that nothing happened to su. It's still there, and still works like you expect it to. systemd, on the other hand...
Plus, if you let them spout on Facebook, they're easy as hell to keep track of. A simple regexp can do it.
A show shouldn't need 40 episodes to hit its stride.
Don't blame the network, blame the writers for taking so long to get to the point.
No, I mean, I would have shitcanned it much sooner
If I were in his shoes, I'd do the math and figure out that deleting any Nazi FB pages and telling them to fuck off was good for business. I would ALSO tell the german government to go fuck themselves, since the freedom of speech is not negotiable.
What's your next guess, shithead?
I stand for the freedom of speech, and that necessarily includes speech that I find disgusting, whether it's nazis lying about the holocaust, or wannabe nazis like you trying to rationalize censorship.
Yes, they are. Get over yourself.
We Germans will not accept that the victims are further humiliated by the denial of the holocaust.
Speaking as one of the people that the Nazis would have killed if they'd had the chance: fuck you. You don't honor the victims of the holocaust by outlawing any kind of speech. When nazis lie about their crimes, you speak up and report the truth.
If we (the U.S.) had any sense we'd do the same thing with the KKK and symbols of the Confederacy
So, you're claiming that overruling the first amendment is a "sensible" thing to do? Maybe it's just as sensible to forcibly shut YOU up, since you're obviously hostile to our tradition of free speech, you un-American traitor. By your own "logic", you have no grounds to object.
Germany still has Nazis, they just don't get to display the swastika or deny the holocaust. Maybe these measures inhibit their recruiting, maybe they don't.
if FB wants to remove it, that's their prerogative. If you don't want to see it, you can quit using FB, and that's your prerogative, too. Forcing FB or anyone else to remove anything just because you don't want to see it, is NOT your prerogative.
I would personally kill any German that I come across
I'm sure all the Germans are trembling in their boots now that Internet Tough Guy is on their case.
I currently run Ubuntu 14.04, and see where part of systemd has already begun its encroachment on what *had* been a great Linux distro. My only actual full-on experience so far with systemd is trying to get Virtualbox guest additions installed on a CentOS7 vm... I've installed those additions countless times since I started using VBox, and I think I could almost do the install in my sleep.. Not so with CentOS7.. systemd bitches loudly with strange "errors" and when it tells me to use journalctl to see what the error was, there *is* no error.. But still the additions don't install... I'm soooooo NOT looking forward to the next LTS out of Ubuntu, which I'm told will be infested with this systemd crap... Guess its time to dust off the old Slackware DVD and get acquainted with Pat again... GO FUCK YOURSELF, POETTERING.....
Maybe. My thought has always been that if fusion is close enough to get ballpark figures, we can build the necessary infrastructure and much of the housing in parallel with fusion development. Because the energy distribution will impose novel demands on the grid, it's going to require a major rethink on communications protocols, over-generation procedures, action plans on what to do if lines are taken out.
With fusion, especially, it's expensive at best to learn after the fact. Much better to get all the learning done in the decade until working fusion.
With all that in place, the ramp time until fusion is fully online at a sensible price will be greatly reduced.
Parallelize, don't serialize. Only shredded wheat should be cerealized.
The road to ruin is always in good repair, and the travellers pay the expense of it. -- Josh Billings