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Comment: Re:And the attempt to duplicate their efforts resu (Score 2) 447

by jsepeta (#46737651) Attached to: Commenters To Dropbox CEO: Houston, We Have a Problem

When did Saddam Hussein attack America? He was a jerk, but he never attacked us even though we threatened the sovereignty of his nation by using no-flight zones which had not been approved by the UN. The US acted unilaterally against Hussein, or perhaps Bilaterally if you include the UK.

Comment: Re:And the attempt to duplicate their efforts resu (Score 3, Insightful) 447

by jsepeta (#46737647) Attached to: Commenters To Dropbox CEO: Houston, We Have a Problem

but lying to the American people to stage an invasion of Iraq, a country without ICBMs (and their inherent ability to deliver nuclear destruction to America), was not just a crime, it was a TREASONOUS act for which the architects of the Iraq War (Bush, Cheney, Rice, and Rumsfeld) should be prosecuted and then executed.

Comment: Re:Good choice (Score 0, Troll) 313

by jsepeta (#46717735) Attached to: Double Take: Condoleezza Rice As Dropbox's Newest Board Member

She's a horrible cunt who lied to America to lead us into a war that helped to bankrupt the country, both morally and economically. Gifting her a board position is as helpful to a technology company as literally sucking GWB's cock. I will be migrated off from Dropbox by the end of the day. Fuck them.

Comment: Re:Cheap (Score 1) 341

First hit on Amazon for search: "Core i3 desktop"

$479 for a computer running Windows 7 Pro

Pounds to Dollars conversion


The UK government is only willing to spend as much as 18,235 new personal computers cost. The cost of replacing those 800,000 XP-running computers is 43x higher than this budget, so sure, it saves them a lot of money up front, but they're still stuck with a bunch of shitty XP boxes. Someone should fire their CEO and CFO for making such a terribly short-sighted decision.

Comment: Re:Two approaches to improving things (Score 1) 362

by jsepeta (#46381849) Attached to: Google Funds San Francisco Bus Rides For Poor

Gentrification in Chicago made the crappy neighborhoods of Bucktown and Wicker Park more liveable in the 90's, and helped improve real estate values for Ukrainian Village in the 2000's. More tax revenues from real estate = better funding for schools, fire & police departments. What's not to like about gentrification? Poor people have to move? So fucking what. Shitty neighborhoods are now better places to live. Cabrini Green is now gone, but in place Chicago has a new high school that's very highly-ranked (Walter Payton High). I'm ok with that trade-off.

"I'm not afraid of dying, I just don't want to be there when it happens." -- Woody Allen