That was not the question I asked. Are you _as_ enthusiastic?
People should be desensitized to violence. That will make them to make a conscious moral choice of not applying violence (or applying when necessary), not just avoiding violence because they are nauseated at the sight of blood.
Are you as enthusiastic about polygamy?
Speaking as a muslim, I do always condemn them.
Unfortunately, your logic is flawed, I live in North America, these people are killing muslims in their own countries. Those children that died when Taliban carried an attach on Peshawar school were all muslim's.
So its idiotic to think that these extremist will listen to me, who lives in Canada, shops in these malls and hell, condemn them every opportunity I get.
As a side note, heard an interview from a Taleban lunatic recently, you may not know, but he sounded like G.W.Bush, literally saying that you are either a Taleban or against them, which means you (me) a valid target.
So please, rest of muslim's are already with any other sane person and condemn them, vocally too. But you don't go out condemning every lunatic christian, nor will I, I have a 9-5 job, kids to look after. Medical appointments to meet and car to service. When was the last time you went to a street to protest, I never have, likely won't either. Those who understand this, I appreciate them, those who won't, I don't care.
Being a Java Developer, I am biased. Java lets you do things, large projects, deliver goods that need to be delivered. Tons of developers and extremely good set of third party libraries. Complete technology stacks from the likes of Apache and Spring.
Tomcat is one such solution, Java has such a large open source momentum behind it that I can't imagine the problems you are describing are show stoppers, else someone would have fixed them.
Last I checked, Maven had 860,000 artifacts, hard for a language to become so large if it has glaring holes. Hard for people to submit that much open source code and not fix the issues you describe.
I guess I am one of a million qualified madmen you talk off, 9 out of 10 times a stack trace tells me what the issue is, so don't blame java because you don't know how to read a error log.
Thats why I still love
you get to learn something new everyday.
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...by democracy really doesn't work too well either.
Its the best we have, but it doesn't work, more so in a polarized society.
Resources have a way of not having boundaries, radio waves, land, water... and internet.
We have already put man made boundaries on other resources, so why not internet. It is just inevitable. The sad bit is that internet is not like land or water, there is abundance of it, unfortunately we just don't know how to handle abundance.
$1000 is way too much. I can build one for $300 that can take off, take (waypoint/altitude) mission off an Android device or PC (wireless). Navigate all on its own, trigger a few relays or servos (to do what ever) come back and land. Fly time around 17-20 minutes with a payload of 500g and a total weight of say 1.5 kg.
Sir you misunderstood the article, its about how bad people abuse anything they can. Now you aren't saying guns are bad just because Al Qaeda uses them or food is bad, bad people eat food to stay alive There... cognitive dissonance resolved.
yet not a single thing from MH370 was found
Bungie called, said you were a naysayer. They also politely asked to wait for their earnings report.
The whole thing has macabre connotations, reminds me of the popular (in 90s) Russian novel "Omon Ra" - a fictitious noir account of Soviet space program, where one of the stages of preparation for the flight "To The Cosmos" was amputation of both legs - in order to fit into a small rocket...
I feel like Sheldon invited for a spaghetti and hot dogs...