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Comment: Re:Just tell them (Score 0) 1218

Yes, because me advising to do something, which leaves the agency to act upon it with you, is totally the same as threatening to kill you, which leaves you with no agency at all.

Really, the mouthbreathing stupidity on display is shocking. With friends like these, Sarkeesian's critics may as well give up.

Comment: Re:Just tell them (Score 0) 1218

Yes, completely warranted. The piece of shit that apologises for rape and death threats would improve the human race by committing suicide. Now, since you seem to lack completely in empathy and self-reflection, I just know this will just whizz over your empty head, but so be it.

And there is a big difference between advising suicide and actually threatening death and murder, but again, seeing as that you are a victim-blaming piece of shit rape apologist, I don't think the distinction is clear to you; the lack of brain cells may have something to do with this.


Comment: Re:Federal vs. local decision (Re:I like...) (Score 1) 611

by mvdwege (#47769547) Attached to: U.S. Senator: All Cops Should Wear Cameras

the injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere

That's not the winning argument you think it is. Even across the Atlantic I know enough of US Constitutional history and law to know that this is in fact a driver for expanding Federal power. The prime example? Fourteenth Amendment.

I agree with mrex here: you show an abominably bad understanding of US history.

Comment: Re:It's one frigging process (Score 1) 810

by mvdwege (#47759949) Attached to: Choose Your Side On the Linux Divide

It already does that.

However, one shortcoming (at least in version 204, which is old already) is that it couldn't always gracefully deal with the conflicting dependencies you may find in some initscript combinations. I've seen situations in my first trials of systemd where systemd crapped out on a circular dependency, and because that meant a target became unavailable, all other services that would have come up on that target failed too.

I now run 208 on my trial systems, and that works a lot better. The only thing I am currently missing from my old setup is wildcard substitution in automount maps. Since I haven't configured systemd automount unit files, this still gets handled by autofs, and things work just fine.

Comment: Re:I'm open to it (Score 1) 810

by mvdwege (#47759907) Attached to: Choose Your Side On the Linux Divide

Apache stores all its logs and configuration, as well as much of its data in text files. It has one function and one function only, to reply to HTTP requests.

So I take it you want to take out mod_rewrite, mod_cgi and mod_php too? Because in your stated opinion, rewriting requests and running interpreters are not in Apache's remit.

Computers are not intelligent. They only think they are.