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Comment: Re:Obviously (Score 3, Insightful) 281

by nitehawk214 (#49361001) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: What Makes Some Code Particularly Good?

The door wings both ways though. Sometimes six-months-ago-me is a pretty cool guy.

Like that time I was searching for an answer to a problem on Stack Overflow. At first I thought "Ha, what a coincidence, the top rated answerer has the same name as me." It was not a coincidence... it was me.

Comment: Re:One-sided relationship (Score 4, Insightful) 133

by nitehawk214 (#49329521) Attached to: Chinese CA Issues Certificates To Impersonate Google

Because American voters can't see past the end of their noses. If congress enacted laws that increased prices on their Wallmart goods, they would be voted out so fast. Coupled with this the fact that the lobbies of corporations want to keep the status quo that keeps them rich.

Comment: Re: Idiot Parents (Score 1) 569

Of course the mom would say things like this, it is natural. Though I would like to say that any parent that raises a kid that does stuff like this probably did not have good parentage.

What I do have an issue with is that someone thought it was newsworthy enough to include in the article. Who cares what his parents think? I want to know what the evidence is, and I want to know why more people like this are not being locked up.

Perhaps if he did smoke, drink and have tattoos he would have not done this, because he would have a life.

I am a computer. I am dumber than any human and smarter than any administrator.