Now at least we have a tool to tell them apart.
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Sorry for the infamous car metaphor but I think, for once it is appropriate.
By Your logic, in the beginning of automotive era (let's say around 1900) one could have said "most people aren't fit to drive a car". And in fact this sentence was most certainly true then given what the experience of driving one was.
But now in some countries lack of driving license is a sentence to a miserable live (compared to other representatives of the same society).
Could it be that today programming tools just aren't mature enough?
OTOH one could argue that if we need to improve coding experience as much as the driving experience has improved in a century then it would not be coding anymore.
Well, maybe, but then, in order to make it happen a critical mass of users is required and that will be achieved by rising more coders.
I second that and would also emphase that many gadgets are made unfixable on purpose: glued in such a way that they would break if You try to open them, outside screws with non conventional head types. These are not cost reduction measures but rather anti-tamper protections.
And now he is bombing his own cities killing his own civilians
The other awfully clear thing: If You are any nation around the word and you happen to be involved in US interests, regardless of ethnic groups on your territory, you have an even bigger problem.
Wow, pentagon has people on Slashdot. Cool!
More to come I'm afraid...
Then You might be interested in investigating the history of this region : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R...
My point is: Russian speaking people of east Ukraine have graves of their grand-parents on this land.
Abolishing their language and telling them to leave if they are not happy about that seem a tad excessive so there is no surprise that they decided to fight for their independence from Kiev.
By all means feel free to ignore my posts, I'm certainly not interested to have a flame war or any other sort of interaction with the likes of You.
Agreed, in order for the analogy to be complete, Ukrainian Russians should further oppress local populations with the military support from their country of origin to the point where locals are can no longer be of any treat to them.
Hm, that's an interesting suggestion.
Then what about people in US move back wherever they came from and leave the continent to the ethnic groups that were cleared out ?
No problem, they do move to the country where they want to stay. They are just taking the land with them
Forging evidence of and publicly lie about mass-destruction weapons in order to make a case to invade a country...
Yep, lots of fun, thank You.
Got 3912 but I'm really confused by the "Alphabetical" level , I could craft a regex to discriminate both set that scores at 262, however I suppose it is considered cheating since I do not implement any underlying "principle" here because I cant recognize it. Any clues of what was the intent of this level?