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Comment: Re:It changes when the 'wrong' people do it. (Score 1) 18

by fustakrakich (#49605793) Attached to: When did Net Neutrality change?

No, it's a function of organizational behavior.

Only of the confrontational kind, which politics definitely is, documented every day on the TV and here on Slashdot :-), otherwise it's categorically untrue and merely scapegoating. There are plenty people that can actually work happily together without any such nonsense. It pretty much boils down to being aware of and controlling one's ego and ambition to avoid what is similar to the *not invented here* syndrome.

Comment: It changes when the 'wrong' people do it. (Score 1) 18

by fustakrakich (#49588363) Attached to: When did Net Neutrality change?

That's the nature of all things political. The same was true for 'Obamacare'. The same is true for the wars.

And the Catholic church, please. Those 'nice monks' were quite the fantasy. Those that did/do exist, never get very far in the Vatican. Today's bigotry is a mere vestige of the Inquisition.

Comment: Re:Technology allows (Score 1) 630

by fustakrakich (#49586503) Attached to: Disney Replaces Longtime IT Staff With H-1B Workers

Over half of what we produce goes straight to the landfill (in one fashion or another). The 'sacrifice' angle is bullshit. There is no need to submit to any authority that demands it. If they demand that we cut the waste and contamination, then that is different. But to ration is intolerable and inhuman.

The fancy is indeed no other than a mode of memory emancipated from the order of space and time. -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge

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